ABOUT THE TOPIC
Ever thought about business in personal healthcare and nutrition and possible collaboration? This summary provides a concise insight into a research collaboration connecting several businesses from German and Dutch market in the personal nutrition ecosystem and Wageningen University.
ABOUT THE COLLABORATION
Businesses are keen to work with each other and share their expertise in the nutrition branch. Especially by engaging in this collaboration. The foremost aim of this collaboration is to create durable innovation and excellent development, so customers better-personalized health aids and nutrition products.’ These innovations motivate to make optimized choices in innovating their future products.
“This collaboration should provide more access to new, personalized nutrition products”
ABOUT THE BENEFITS
The personalized healthcare and nutrition branch requires specific expertise. The collaboration comes with many advantages. Firstly, companies have the opportunity to combine their expertise and specific knowledge. Secondly, companies can work closely together to bring personalized solution available on the market. Thirdly, this collaboration provides the possibility of a rapid increase of compelling results for (future) customers.
ABOUT THE OUTCOME
The coming years, the focus lays in share knowledge, technology and insights with their research collaboration business. Because in the end, this collaboration should provide more access to new and personalized nutrition products for the public.
ABOUT THE RESEARCH
With BASF joining this research, the focus lays on creating an ecosystem to drive the progress of health and nutrition product innovation. The consortium takes an integrated approach that includes a value chain where business can work together to design tailored, scientifically based marketable resolutions. The end aim of increasing a more innovated ecosystem for personalized nutrition that is easily accessible to customers.
ABOUT THE PARTNERS
The partners in this article include BASF, TNO Institute, Wageningen University and the research consortium for Personalized Nutrition and Health industry.
The original article was published on March 27, 2018.
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