ESSRG is leading the TRUE policy work package. In this blogpost the research behind the policy recommendations is explained. A Delphi process was carried out to explore future policy scenarios for legumes in Europe.
As part of a student project for WP3: Nutrition and product development at Universidade Católica Portuguesa, a children's cookbook with legume recipes was created by TRUE student assistant Eva Lingemann. The book can help to familiarize consumers with the diversity and child friendliness of legumes and legume dishes
Bread and cereals have been the symbol of nutrition for the world's population for many centuries. This also applies to legumes like for example peas, beans or lentils. Thanks to the progressive development of technology, it is now possible to combine the best of both worlds by processing the legumes into flour and then working them into a dough, thus producing a tasty and qualitatively improved bread.
Interviews with members of the Intercontinental Scientific Advisory Board (ISAB) of the TRUE project: The members introduce themselves, they state why they think the TRUE project is crucial at this time and describe the innovative approach of it and they talk about examples for transition paths.