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The project aims to build a knowledge platform for Norway to facilitate production and value creation from plant based protein-rich resources to future food products. This will be done by integrate knowledge on crops, composition of the raw materials, technologies, nutrition and health, environmental impacts in food production as well as consumer and market issues as illustrated in the figure above.

FoodProFuture

FoodProFuture Newsletter 2

FoodProFuture: Innovative and sustainable exploitation of plant proteins in future foods

FoodProFuture WP 5

The plant protein trend in Norway: Market overview and future perspectives

There is increasing global awareness about the unwanted negative environmental effects of livestock production, as well as possible negative health effects of animal-based food compared with plant-based foods. This awareness can explain the increased sales of plant protein products such as meat analogues, which is observed in many countries. At the same time, surveys show that a growing number of people refrain totally or partially from the consumption of meat or animal based products, as either vegans, vegetarians or meat reducers.

Report No25/2018  (Published April 2018)

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Biotown- den grønne uka!

Bioøkonomi og grønn næringsutvikling stod i fokus under arrangementet Biotown  - den grønne uka i Hamar 7-9 november.

FoodProFuture

FoodProFuture Newsletter 1

FoodProFuture: Innovative and sustainable exploitation of plant proteins in future foods

Antje Gonera intervjuet av Daglivarehandelen

Forbrukere og planter styrer fremtiden

Seniorforsker Antje Gonera ved Nofima forteller om forbruker drevet innovasjon i siste utgave av Dagligvarehandelen

Pea Seedlings

Planteproteiner viser muskler: Innovasjon innen bruk av planteproteiner – FoodProFuture

Seniorforsker innovasjon Antje Gonera ved Nofima holdt innlegg på NIBIO konferansen 14.02.2018.

Pea plants in field with pods

Erter og åkerbønner er god agronomi

I dag dyrkes belgvekstene erter og åkerbønner i begrenset omfang i Norge, og brukes hovedsakelig til dyrefôr. Forskerne mener potensialet er langt større, både i vekstskifte for å øke kornavlingene og som et alternativ til importerte proteiner.

Kursdeltakerne lærer blant annet å lage tofu curry og blomkål-paktora.

Blod, bønner og Bill Gates

Les intervju med Olav Fjeld Kraugerud i www.infinitummovement.no: Blod, bønner og Bill Gates.

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

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