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The food system after covid-19. Future of a proper and healthy nutrition.

WEBINAR set up by
FOSAN – Fondazione per lo studio degli alimenti e della nutrizione umana e AGRO CAMERA – Azienda Speciale CCIAA Roma

On the economic, technological and social plan, in a very short time, significant changes have taken place and they have greatly influenced the nutritional habits of the population. What changes have occurred? What impact have these changes had on human health? In this webinar we want to offer an illustrative perspective on the topic, highlighting the need for innovation from a nutritional point of view for the promotion of human well-being in the context of the current fourth industrial revolution.


Francesca Giarè, CREA - The fourth industrial revolution and the change in eating habits

Tiziana Stallone, ENPAB - Impulse consumption between psychology and food science

Marta Antonelli, Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition Foundation - Climate change and change in eating habits

Laura Rossi, CREA - The change in eating habits during the pandemic


Friday 11 December

From 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm CET

Event on
The food system after covid-19. Future of a proper and healthy nutrition.

Francesca Giarè

Senior researcher at CREA - Agricultural Policies and Bioeconomy Center.

Gianandrea Rizzi (moderatore)

Research activities' coordinator, FOSAN – Foundation for food and nutrition studies, Rome.

Laura Rossi

Senior researcher at CREA – Food and nutrition.

Tiziana Stallone

Adjunct Professor of Nutritional Counseling in the master's degree course in Human Nutrition Science and lecturer in the II level master in Personalized Nutrition: Molecular and Genetic Bases and in the Master of Psychobiology of Eating Behavior at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" .

Marta Antonelli

Research director at the Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition. Research Manager of the EU funded project Su-Eatable Life (2018-2021) Senior Research Associate at the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (MCCC).

Category Talk · Type Talk