Better Food for All: Innovation for improved nutrition
Funding Available: Share of £20 million
Who is eligible to apply: Any UK registered business
Opening date: 11.01.2023 End date: 29.03.2023
The aim of this competition is to support UK registered businesses in the development of innovative solutions to address significant nutrition challenges.
Your project must have the potential to impact the nutritional quality of food and drink products consumed by the UK population.
Your project can focus on:
- enhancing food quality: innovative technologies and processes to improve the nutritional quality of foods and ingredients
- functional foods: foods with specific health benefits
- stratified nutrition: products aimed at particular demographics or groups
- fortified and biofortified foods: including processed foods, convenience foods and raw materials produced at farm level
- plant-based and alternative proteins: alternative protein sources for healthier and more sustainable diets, and processes that are accepted by consumers to incorporate these alternative protein sources into food products
- preservation, packaging and storage technologies: to increase shelf life including for healthy convenient foods and nutritious perishable foods
Your project’s innovations must :
- be sustainable in the context of environmental challenges such as climate change and resource scarcity
- minimise negative effects such as pollution, food loss and waste
This competition is split into 3 strands: early-, mid- and late-stage.
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