MOre VEggies than sweets ‐ MOVE Tuesday July 4th 2017. 14:00‐16:00 AAU Copenhagen, Campus Sydhavn The main goal of VeggiEAT (www.veggieat.eu) is to increase knowledge and understanding of the determinants of vegetable acceptability (liking), consumption/intake, through sensory characteristics and aspects of the eating environment across all age groups and institutional settings. For the first time… Read more »
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The key to eating five fruit and veg a day might just be to make them more tasty
The project team is delighted to share that the VeggiEAT project was featured on The Conversation . Pea tart might be the key to winning hearts and minds in the war against poor nutrition. We are deluged with advice and guidance about what we should eat and in what volumes, but still adults and children alike struggle… Read more »
Nutrition Society Summer Conference 2016
Professor Katherine Appleton attended the 2016, Nutrition Society Summer Conference presenting a poster on VeggiEAT research: Systematic review of published interventions aiming to increase vegetable intakes.
Short communication: Preferences for canned and frozen vegetables among adolescents
VeggiEat is a 4 year EU funded project among four countries (Denmark, France, Italy and United Kingdom) encouraging a more sustainable diet based on vegetables. The study addresses the main question of what are the determinants of vegetable acceptability and intake particularly within a public sector foodservice setting, such as school and elder care homes…. Read more »
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).