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Food and health

Sustainably produced food with health benefits to be the first choice of consumers. This is the vision for Örebro University’s Food and Health profile. In other words, food that tastes good, is healthy and has been produced in a sustainable way that consumers can afford and want to buy.

PAN Sweden and a plate of food.

PAN Sweden

A research centre is set to study the entire chain – from food production to people’s wellbeing – when it comes to proteins of plant origin.

Two women with the microscope.

Making healthy eating easier

The goal is to find biomarkers to identify which diet is just right for the individual. New research profile awarded SEK 48 million by the Knowledge Foundation.

Victor Alves.

Improved flavour of vegetables

Örebro researcher Victor Castro-Alves examines how we, by using UV light, can improve the flavour of greenhouse herbs and vegetables.

The international board.

Ensure research benefits society

Five experts from five countries with extensive experience. That is the new international advisory board linked to Food and health.