SATIN will develop foods that satisfy the appetite
European partners in the University’s £6million EU Framework 7 project – SATIN – SATiety INnovation –came to Liverpool to mark the launch of the project.
Over 35 delegates from 9 European countries, including leading research institutes and companies (large, medium and small) who specialise in novel food formulation and production, came to the city to take part in a two day work programme aimed at taking the project forward.
Professor Jason Halford, from the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society and Co-ordinator of the SATIN consortium, said: “It was great to bring all of the partners in the SATIN project from across Europe to Liverpool to kickstart the project. SATIN is a five-year multidisciplinary project which brings together European research expertise and industrial know-how to develop novel food products for European consumers through processing innovation that will enhance satiety and help achieve a balanced diet. For SATIN to achieve its objectives, partners will need to work collaboratively, meet up regularly, share information and communicate effectively.”
Further information about the SATIN project is available at the website: http://www.satin-satiety.eu/
A Youtube channel is being set up which will feature interviews with members of the SATIN consortium talking about the different elements to the project.
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