Why Nutrition Consultants Cooperative?
NCC assists authorities, NGO’s and food industry for realising healthy and sustainable foods to better dietary habits, resulting in health gain.
Competencies and expertise
Among the competencies and expertise of the participating experts are food innovation, food legislation, consumer behaviour, multi-stakeholder research, and public education.
Experience in 8 domains in nutrition
Our team covers 8 main domains of nutrition research and development.
We work according to the principles that are reflected in nationally and internationally accepted guidelines.
We translate state-of-the-art science in effective communication messages.
Whether it’s the development, approval procedure, or market preparation of novel food ingredients, we cover it.
We offer support in the development of food that’s specially designed for the dietary management of specific diseases.
Developing health claim strategy, assisting with regulatory affairs or in communication, it is our core business.
Facilitate you in preparing for the future: feeding the increasing world population in a secure, healthy and sustainable way.
NCC is your partner to keep track of newest developments in nutrition and health.
Developing and marketing of food concepts with the right balance between convenience and nutritional values.
Articles about our expertise
An approach to evaluate and improve the combination of nutritional and sustainability qualities of your food portfolio
The Nutrition Consultants Cooperative and CE Delft want to help food companies to improve both the nutritional as well as the ecological aspects of their food portfolio. Analyzing both aspects together offers clear advantages to
Nudges on the unconscious for better nutrition
Nudging uses the environment to change behavior and works through unconscious decisions of consumers. A recent meta-analysis has compared the effects of different nudges and show promising results.
Sports nutrition: individual customization
Advice on sports nutrition is now firmly anchored in science. General guidelines on sports nutrition improve when the advice considers such things as the athlete's personal characteristics and training schedule, as well as the type of sport.