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European Union Initiative Aims To Develop Healthy Foods With Less Salt, Sugar, And Fat

July 31, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
PLEASURE, a European Union-funded project, seeks to develop new food processing technologies that would reduce sugar, salt, and fat content of ready-to-eat meals without using additives. Biozoon Food Innovations owner Matthias Kück, coordinator of the project, said the initiative focuses on different food groups, such as sausages, mozzarella, and pizza dough. Project scientists are studying various possible options, including a biotechnological procedure, with patent pending, which involves the use of enzymatic and fermentation processes to reduce sugar in apple juice.
"Junk-free pizza, engineered to please taste buds", Cordis, July 31, 2013, © Cordis
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