[Implanteus Lectures] 16 novembre 2022 : Que dit la science des aliments de la tendance clean label ? par Nicolas BORDENAVE

Implanteus propose pour sa troisième année, un cycle de conférences en ligne & en présentiel.

Voici le lien pour suivre les conférences :
https://bbb.univ-avignon.fr/b/fay-vdw-wco

La première conférence aura lieu :

Mercredi 16 novembre à 14h30 (en ligne, heure de Paris)
Que dit la science des aliments de la tendance clean label ?

Par Nicolas BORDENAVE
Professeur à l’université d’Ottawa, Faculté des sciences de la santé

Abstract:
Consumers must make quick decisions regarding their food choices while ensuring their food will be safe and healthy. However, complex and conflicting information makes this task difficult, and they tend to resort to heuristics such as “clean label”. In this presentation, we will explore the origins and motivations of the clean label trend, and we will analyze it through the lens of current food and nutrition sciences to understand whether it delivers effectively what consumers expect of it.

 

Nicolas Bordenave is Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa, in Canada. His research aims to understand the molecular interactions between macronutrients and phytonutrients in food systems. His lab explores how such interactions affect the respective nutritional properties of both macro and phytonutrients. In particular, he is interested in how interactions between phenolic compounds and polysaccharides (starch or dietary fibres) affect glycemic response and phenolic bioavailability in cereal, fruit, and vegetable-based food systems.

He is also actively involved with the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) as a member of the Board of Directors of IFT. Prior to joining the University of Ottawa, Nicolas held various research positions at PepsiCo’s R&D centers in Chicago and Leicester (UK).

 

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