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Public-Private Partnership Funds Nine Food Research Projects In U.K.

September 18, 2010: 11:33 PM EST

A public-private partnership of three British research councils and 13 food and drink companies is awarding $6.2 million for nine new university research projects designed to uncover links between diet and health. The Institute of Food Research will participate in two of the projects. The research will look into topics such as cutting fat content in food, enriching foods with bioactive compounds including omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants, and boosting the fiber content of white bread. All projects funded by the partnership, known as the Diet and Health Research Industry Club (DRINC), are run independently at universities and research institutes with a goal of producing publicly-available findings that will be useful to the food industry.

"New research projects aimed at improving diet and health", News release, the Institute of Food Research, September 18, 2010, © The Institute of Food Research
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