FrieslandCampina Institute provides nutrition and health professionals with scientific information and practical tools on a wide variety of nutrition and health topics. Starting today, the FrieslandCampina Institute will also be present in Belgium and the United Kingdom.
The FrieslandCampina Institute stimulates the exchange of knowledge with the aim of better nutrition for all. With its expert knowledge of dairy and international network, the FrieslandCampina Institute participates with nutrition and health professionals to improve the health and well-being of people worldwide. It provides professionals with scientific information and practical tools, such as videos, publications and booklets. Our information and tools can be found and downloaded free of charge via the FrieslandCampina Institute website in Belgium (www.frieslandcampinainstitute.be) and the United Kingdom (www.frieslandcampinainstitute.co.uk).
As a natural source of nutrients, milk contributes to a healthy diet throughout all stages of life. The FrieslandCampina Institute believes that disseminating more science-based information on the role of dairy in our diets, will improve the nutritional status of people worldwide. How? By spreading knowledge on dairy, nutrition and health topics, stimulating scientific debates and actively engaging with the nutrition and health professionals all over the world.
FrieslandCampina Institute benefits from an international staff of approximately 600 FrieslandCampina research and development experts across the world, developing new insights concerning the relationship between milk or dairy products and nutrition and health. The FrieslandCampina Institute was founded in 2001 in the Netherlands. Since then we have spread our wings internationally and today we are active in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.
Do you want to meet us and find out what we have to offer? We are looking forward to meeting you in our FrieslandCampina Institute booth at the EFAD Conference in Rotterdam (the Netherlands) on 29 and 30 September 2017, ‘Het Voedings- en Gezondheidscongres in Brussels (Belgium) on 18 and 19 November and/or the ISENC Conference in Newcastle (the United Kingdom) on 19-21 December 2017.