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

Interlinking of WorkPackages

TeRiFiQ combines the following approaches:
  • An experimental approach based on process changes to achieve these binary reductions (via WP1 to WP4),
  • An experimental approach to studying the impact of process change on food product structure (via WP1 to WP4) and at the same time optimising nutritional quality and safety of the reformulated products,
  • An experimental approach characterizing the flavour release and perception of reformulated products to ensure full consumer acceptability (via WP5),
  • An applied technological approach bridging the more experimental research and industry to enable the application and validation of the product reformulations at industrial level (via WP6) whilst at the same time ensuring the economic feasibility for all actors concerned (consumers and food industry).

To ensure the impact at EU level of both the scientific results and new process technologies a strong outreach and dissemination programme will be carried out through WP7 involving all partners and food federations from throughout Europe (SPES). WP8 (project management) will ensure the timely implementation and quality outputs of the TeRiFiQ workplan presented below.


The Workpackage (WP) interdependencies is shown schematically below



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