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04 Apr 2017

3 Foodtech projets for Vitagora in 2016

Three new innovation projects under the theme of FoodTech were added to Vitagora's project portfolio in 2016: Store Connect, Wise, et Foodintech.   STORE CONNECT Data used to optimise client in-store experience   The project Store Connect has the goal of drastically improving customer experience inside brick and mortar stores, thanks to the use of smartphones and sensors for localising and creating tailored interactions.   This project w…

02 May 2016

A bread to fight against elderly malnutrition

A little loaf of bread, baptised “G-Nutrition” has caused quite a stir in among elderly care professionals. This bread is the result of a long development process aiming to meet the nutritional needs of the elderly, as well as being perfectly adapted to the taste preferences and eating abilities.   This bread was developed within a flagship Vitagora project, mobilising a number of industry actors and demonstrating the cluster’s ability to devel…

13 Oct 2015

Is fat our 6th taste?

Can one actually talk about the taste of fat? The findings of the most recent research by the team of Professor Philippe Besnard, who heads the NUTox (Physiology of Nutrition and Toxicology) team at the Lipids Nutrition Cancer Joint Research Unit, suggest that while the texture and smell of lipids are responsible for oral detection, taste is also involved in human and rodents’ spontaneous preference for fats.   Philippe Besnard has a long histo…

21 Jul 2015

Microorganisms and food - 3 leading research units

Using microorganisms (bacteria, yeast, fungi) to transform food staples such as wheat, milk or fruit into bread, beer, cheese or wine, is an age old human practice. But a better understanding of microbial ecosystems and mechanisms has progressively allowed us to control, industrialise and optimise the production of these foods. The research carried out by scientists in three world-class units - PAM, MICALIS Institute and URTAL – illustrates the t…

30 Jan 2015

Plant proteins: 3 Vitagora projects develop food industry applications for pulses

Pulses represent an important source of plant protein for animal and human food as well as fixing nitrogen for better soil health. In a context where the yields of other crops are stagnating (rapeseed, wheat, barley etc.) and can lead notably to soil exhaustion, pulses are appearing to be a promising alternative.   For this reason, Vitagora is helping a number of R&D projects to emerge These projects address the critical issue of plant pro…

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