VeggiEAT latest news – video

The project team would like to showcase the latest video of the project, a result from a secondment between Bournemouth University and Institut Paul Bocuse and Bonduelle. The video was developed by Carmen Martins (Bournemouth Univeristy) with the collaboration of Dr Jeff Bray (Bournemouth University).    

VeggiEAT: Championing Vegetable Consumption Throughout Europe

Once again, VeggiEAT project has it’s impact recognized on the news, this time on Nutrition Impact. Many congratulations to all the team. VeggiEAT aims to develop a European platform for vegetable intake that takes into account consumer behavior and environment before making recommendations to both governments and vegetable manufacturers and suppliers. These recommendations will involve… Read more »

Tourism and Hospitality Department @BU


BU project team is happy to announce the launch of the first newsletter from Tourism and Hospitality Department @BU, showcasing the best of research, events, students, partnerships and EU projects. Professor Heather Hartwell is featured in this newsletter showcasing VeggiEAT project. Read more here: Tourism and Hospitality Department – Newsletter Nº.1  

Recruitment – Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

Bournemouth University, Faculty of Management seeks to appoint a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, for a fixed term period of one year on a full time basis, to be based in an EU funded project VeggiEAT. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a PhD to advance their academic career by joining a vibrant research-led Department… Read more »

Expo Milano 2015 – “Be a researcher for a day”

“Be a researcher for a day” was an outreach event organised by the European Commission. For two days (19-20 September), 14 Researchers brought science closer to the public running workshops targeting children aged between 6 and 12 y. Those researchers have all benefited at some point in their career of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, the… Read more »

A lovely VeggiHeart!

The VeggiEAT project joined Bournemouth University  – Research Photography Competition – as part of a dissemination event. We would like to congratulate the winners and all the participants for the lovely pictures and BU for the opportunity to showcase VeggiEAT research. Here some pictures:   VeggiEAT: a lovely VeggiHeart! Only one in ten children and… Read more »

VeggiEAT: Welcome to a celebration of the best of BU – Annual Review 2014

VeggiEAT: discovering the recipe for good health VeggiEAT Pan-European project has been acknowledge by Bournemouth University through the 2014 Annual Review. The academic, BU’s Dr Heather Hartwell is leading a cross-European project to encourage people to eat more vegetables and to enjoy them too. The student, Sarah Price says “Having the opportunity to help with… Read more »

ESRC – VeggiEAT – are you a supertaster?

The ESRC event – “VeggiEAT – are you a supertaster?” was a success. The research team was able to collect some good data on Peas and Sweet Corn. This event occur during the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences on the 3rd of November at the Winton Arts & Media College. This workshop involved the children… Read more »

VeggiEAT – International Outreach

VeggiEat researchers has been busy presenting VeggiEat during the summer of 2014. Although VeggiEat is a EU project, its outreach will go beyond the borders of Europe. Already within the first year of the project, there has been significant notice in what this project might bring to both academia and to the foodservice business.  … Read more »

How to promote the use of vegetables in youth and seniors?

VeggiEat is on the news in France, please check the link: