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June 13th, 2005

Danish groups work together in nanofood development

Abstract:
A number of Danish companies and scientific institutions are joining forces in a new research centre aimed at research and development within the field of healthy and safe foods. The objective of the Nanofood Consortium, which was presented to the public at a conference at Aarhus University last week, is to promote partnerships between the food industry and public research and thus contribute to the development of healthier, safer and more nutritious food products.

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