A list of partners
EFAD supports the WHO "European Food and Nutrition Action Plan 2015-2020" and the WHO "Charter on Counteracting Obesity". WHO is active in many areas relating to Nutrition
About ICDA The International Confederation of Dietetic Associations (ICDA) is an organization of national associations of Dietitians-Nutritionists.
The Platform was established in March 2005. The aim of the Platform is to provide a common forum at European level for all interested actors willing to enter into voluntary, yet binding and verifiable commitments that could help to halt and reverse current obesity trends.
The European Commission has suggested an enhanced cooperation in the R&D area in Europe to address major societal challenges, the Joint Programming Initiative: A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life.
The scientific and technological mission of PROMISS is to conduct ground breaking research to contribute to the prevention of malnutrition in community-dwelling older adults and to support active and healthy ageing.
The European Nutrition for Health Alliance (ENHA) was established to raise awareness of the importance and urgency of malnutrition and appropriate nutritional care as well as to build an agenda for action at the European and member state level.
The European Forum for Primary Care intends to improve equity in health care and the health of the population of Europe by strengthening Primary Care
EUFIC - The European Food Information Council, is a non-profit organisation, established in 1995, which stands up for science-based information on food and health.
Most of EFSA’s work is undertaken in response to requests for scientific advice from the European Commission, the European Parliament and EU Member States. Members of the Stakeholder Forum provide strategic input to EFSA’s work plans and future priorities on an annual basis. The themes and topics of each annual forum are suggested by registered stakeholders and by the priority areas identified by EFSA. The Stakeholder Bureau will advise EFSA on stakeholder engagement and dialogue on civil society’s concerns regarding health, the environment, food production and other issues in the Authority’s remit. It will also help shape the agenda of the Stakeholder Forum.
ESPEN is dedicated to all issues relevant to the field of clinical nutrition and metabolism. The aims of ESPEN are to encourage the rapid diffusion of knowledge and its application in the field of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition or, more broadly, Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. EFAD is represented in the “GLIM Validation study group”.
The European Ageing Network (E.A.N.) groups more than 10.000 care providers across the European continent. It is their vision and mission to improve the quality of life for older persons and support them in making each day a better day for by providing high quality housing, services and care.
EASO represents the European obesity community The leading voice of obesity science, medicine and community in Europe, we represent scientists, obesity specialists, physicians, health care practitioners, public health practitioners and patients. Established in 1986, EASO is a federation of professional membership associations from 34 countries.
The European Public Health Association, or EUPHA in short, is an umbrella organisation for public health associations and institutes in Europe. EUPHA was founded in 1992 by 15 members (12 countries). EUPHA now has 80 members from 47 countries. EUPHA is an international, multidisciplinary, scientific organisation, bringing together around 23’000 public health experts for professional exchange and collaboration throughout Europe. We encourage a multi-disciplinary approach to public health.
The C O D E X A L I M E N T A R I U S international food standards, guidelines and codes of practice contribute to the safety, quality and fairness of this international food trade. Consumers can trust the safety and quality of the food products they buy and importers can trust that the food they ordered will be in accordance with their specifications.