WholEUGrain is a EU-funded project launched in November 2019 with Beneficiaries from four countries (DK, RO, SI, and Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The aim of the project is to facilitate and gain experience of the Danish best practice model for whole grain partnerships in other countries.
Overall, the objectives are to promote a good health through healthy diets, prevent noncommunicable diseases, reduce inequalities regarding access to healthy foods, and establish supportive environments for healthy lifestyle by developing country-wide whole grain public-private partnerships.
This event explored the benefits of a pan-European partnership on whole grains to enhance citizens’ health, discussed whole grains and cancer prevention, and whole grains as part of sustainability diets as well as the legal and social aspects of food labelling.
Wholegrain products are rich in fibre, an essential element of a balanced diet. However, not all wholegrain products are healthy, and we need to check whether products are also low in sugar, fat, and salt as well as containing wholegrain.
Organised by WholEUGrain, a European Action on Whole grain Partnerships.
The Agenda is available here.
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