Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet

Future Food

SLU Future Food focuses on Swedish food production and food in a wide sense, both animal and vegetable products. Several aspects are covered, from soil use and primary production to processing, consumption and residual products.


Det finns 127 sidor som är taggade med SLU Future Food:

Could insects as a feed alternative change deforestation rates?

According to a master thesis by Douglas Hunter substitution of soybean meal with insects in the European poultry industry could reduce land-use up to 99 percent. Many colleagues at SLU have expressed

Forskaren Camilla Eriksson om självförsörjning(2)

Forskaren Camilla Eriksson om självförsörjning(2)

Miljöpartiet vill satsa en halv miljard kronor på ökad matsäkerhet och självförsörjning, enligt en debattartikel i Svenska dagbladet 7 juli och ett utspel under söndagen den 8 juli som avslutade

Forskaren Camilla Eriksson om självförsörjning

Forskaren Camilla Eriksson om självförsörjning

Miljöpartiet vill satsa en halv miljard kronor på ökad matsäkerhet och självförsörjning, enligt en debattartikel i Svenska dagbladet 7 juli och ett utspel under söndagen den 8 juli som avslutade

Fish breeding

Fish breeding

Faster growth and altered seasonality will have implications on feeding management Abstract The Swedish breeding program for Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus L.) has been running for 30 years and

Cross-disciplinary Science for a Sustainable Food System - What's in it for me?

Cross-disciplinary Science for a Sustainable Food System - What's in it for me?

Pernilla.Johnsson@slu.se An opportunity to learn more about cross-disciplinary science. What is it? Why should we engage in it? Why is it so difficult? There will also be panel discussions for

Cross-disciplinary Science for a Sustainable Food System - What's in it for me?

Cross-disciplinary Science for a Sustainable Food System - What's in it for me?

Pernilla.Johnsson@slu.se An opportunity to learn more about cross-disciplinary science. What is it? Why should we engage in it? Why is it so difficult? There will also be panel discussions for

Fish breeding

Fish breeding

Faster growth and altered seasonality will have implications on feeding management Abstract The Swedish breeding program for Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus L.) has been running for 30 years and

A more sustainable food future with the help of art, design and gastronomy

What can more traditional research entities learn from the design, arts and gastronomy communities about promoting and facilitating food system change and a transition to a more sustainable food

Regulations Affect our Choice of Genetically Modified Food

Results from recent research at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) show that policy context affects consumer acceptance of genetically modified food. In Europe, there is a rather

Could insects as a feed alternative change deforestation rates?

According to a master thesis by Douglas Hunter substitution of soybean meal with insects in the European poultry industry could reduce land-use up to 99 percent. Many colleagues at SLU have expressed

Food for crisis and war - food resilience for a new time - 1:15 pm

Food for crisis and war - food resilience for a new time - 1:15 pm

Food for crisis and war - food resilience for a new time - 1:15 pm rebecca.rikner@slu.se The Defense Committee proposes that 700 million SEK should be spent on restoring Sweden's food resilience

Fake or facts about food? 4 pm

Fake or facts about food? 4 pm

Fake or facts about food? 4 pm rebecca.rikner@slu.se We zoom in on the discussion about fake news, food myths and questioning of established knowledge in the food area. Who can you trust? How can