Three Questions: Meet Dr James Suckling

Three Questions: Meet Dr James Suckling

James, it’s great to meet with you. Please tell us about your work and your role in the SWEET project. I work in the Centre for Environment and Sustainability, at the University of Surrey in the UK. My role within the SWEET Project is to understand the sustainability...
Gender equality in the H2020 SWEET Project

Gender equality in the H2020 SWEET Project

The SWEET Consortium is pleased to introduce you to colleague and project partner Heleen Claringbould from Corepage. Heleen, tell us about Corepage. Corepage stands for Consult and Research in Participation and Gender. It is a bureau, involved in different...
June 2020 news bulletin

June 2020 news bulletin

SWEET, a European Commission Horizon 2020 funded project, is supported by a consortium of 29 pan-European research, consumer and industry partners, who will develop and review evidence on long term benefits and potential risks involved in switching over to sweeteners...
SWEET Project Update: May 2020

SWEET Project Update: May 2020

Summary:  context and overall objectives of the project The SWEET project has been designed to i) identify and address the barriers and facilitators to the use of sweeteners and sweetness enhancers (S&SEs) and ii) examine the risks and benefits of using S&SEs...