Combining Technologies to achieve significant binary Reductions in Sodium, Fat and Sugar content in everyday foods whilst optimizing their nutritional Quality

TeRiFiQ in brief

Start date: 01/01/2012
Duration: 48 months

Theme: KBBE.2011.2.3-05
[Processed foods with a lower salt, fat and sugar content]
Scheme: Collaborative Project
(small or medium-scale focussed research project targeted to SMEs)
Budget: 2.99 M €
Funder: EU 7th Framework Programme (FP7)
Partners: 17 organisations
(10 SMEs)
TeRiFiQ General Presentation

Websites of Interest

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WHO's WHO in ....

International and European food safety and nutrition?


Eufic - The European Food Information Council

IFIC - International Food Information Council Foundation

Nutrition Australia

Partner Websites

See the Consortium Page


TeRiFiQ Final Conference, 27th October 2015 at Milan EXPO, Italy. Presentations are online

Project results in a nutshell: TeRiFiQ Infosheets, available in English and many other languages

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme
for research, technological development and demonstration