The 36th EFFoST International Conference 2022 was hosted by University College Dublin and supported by an independent scientific committee. EFFoST2022 was held in the city of Dublin, Ireland from 7-9 November 2022.
Healthy and sustainable food systems must be achieved as a matter of urgency to improve human health and the health of the planet. Ensuring that healthy eating equates to sustainable eating requires the collaboration of many stakeholders across the food chain. EFFoST 2022 aims to assemble a range of experts to articulate the challenges and advance our knowledge of how to produce and process healthy sustainable foods and mobilise citizens to make sustainable dietary choices.
The 36th EFFoST International Conference will explore the theme: Shaping the Production of Sustainable, Healthy Foods for the Future. This is further examined in the below-mentioned sub-themes and topics that highlight the expertise of our conference host, University College Dublin.
Abstracts were invited on the following topics.
Green Food Processing to meet Future Food Production needs
Appealing Foods to underpin a Sustainable Healthy Diet for Citizens
The Circular Economy across the Food Chain
Each year the European Federation of Food Science and Technology (EFFoST) organises this prestigious academic food science and technology conference. Join world-renowned researchers, scientists, policy makers, professionals and students from multidisciplinary food-related fields to share the latest developments and create new partnerships.
EFFoST2022 delegates have access to the photos, presentations, abstract book and conference booklet when they login to the EFFoST website.
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