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The Challenge publishes a quarterly newsletter and when appropriate updates on research and opportunities to participate in workshops, forums and research

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The Knowledge is the Challenge resource hub to support the high-value foods sector, whether in research or industry. The Knowledge is the place to find the Scanning the Horizon reports and other Challenge commissioned research on market intelligence, regulatory regimes and patent landscapes

Welcome to High-Value Nutrition

High-Value Nutrition is the New Zealand National Science Challenge with the mission to grow the science excellence and knowledge New Zealand needs to create and deliver food to the world that people choose to stay healthy and well.

Registration is now open for our major conference Foodomics 2019

 

A Systems Nutrition approach

The Challenge brings together multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional teams with a systems-level view on the networks in the human body, our environment and society. The research is the basis for the development and delivery of validated high-value foods for health and well-being Learn more about our science.

Introducing the High-Value Nutrition National Science Challenge

Vision Mātauranga

Our Vision Mātauranga strategy guides research investment to align with mātauranga/ knowledge and supports Māori innovation  and opportunities to develop and deliver high-value foods for health and wellbeing. Read more…

Updates and events

Funding opportunities for innovative New Zealand food and beverage research

Funding opportunities for innovative New Zealand food and beverage research

The High-Value Nutrition (HVN) National Science Challenge Ko Ngā Ka Whai Painga will be releasing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the HVN Contestable Fund in mid-2019. HVN secured $53.2M funding in 2018 to deliver its Strategic Plan for Tranche 2 (2019 – 2024) and continue its mission to develop high-value foods with validated health benefits to drive economic growth by working in partnership with the New Zealand Food and Beverage (F&B) industry and world-leading researchers in food innovation.  
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