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User-documented food consumption data from publicly available apps: an analysis of opportunities and challenges for nutrition research

Richfields partners Marcus Maringer , Pieter van’t Veer , Naomi Klepacz , Muriel C. D. Verain , Anne Normann , Suzanne Ekman , Lada Timotijevic , Monique M. Raats and Anouk Geelen have recently published a new paper in the Nutrition Journal. The need for a better understanding of food consumption behaviour within its behavioural [...]

Designing a research infrastructure on dietary intake and its determinants

Richfields partners M.J. Bogaardt , K. Zimmermann, P. Finglas and P. van’t Veer have recently published a new paper in the Journal Nutrition Bulletin. This paper delves into research on dietary intake and its determinants and their role in responding to the current epidemic of diet‐related non‐communicable chronic diseases. In order to respond to this [...]

RICHFIELDS paper: NutriNet: A deep learning food and drink image recognition system for dietary assessment

RICHFIELDS partners have published a new scientific paper. Automatic food image recognition systems are alleviating the process of food-intake estimation and dietary assessment. However, due to the nature of food images, their recognition is a particularly challenging task, which is why traditional approaches in the field have achieved a low classification accuracy. We present a [...]

RICHFIELDS paper: A new semi-automatic system for classifying and describing foods according to FoodEx2

RICHFIELDS partners have published a new scientific paper. The paper introduces a new semi-automatic system for classifying and describing foods according to FoodEx2 (the European Food Safety Authority's standardized food classification and description system). Read the full paper (open-access!): Eftimov, T.; Korošec, P.; Koroušić Seljak, B. StandFood: Standardization of Foods Using a Semi-Automatic System for [...]

What’s RICHFIELDS been up to?

In RICHFIELDS first project newsletter (November 2016) you can hear about activities carried out by the consortium, such as: evaluating new innovative tools for collecting food consumption and lifestyle data, the potential of enriching food consumption data using consumer generated data, exploring the definition of end-user, investigating the use of a pocket-size, wireless kitchen scale, [...]

RICHFIELDS paper: Linked data sharing to foster consumer based science enabled by RICHFIELDS

RICHFIELDS paper "Linked Data Sharing to Foster Consumer Based Science Enabled by RICHFIELDS", presented at the conference Measuring Behavior 2016, Dublin, Ireland. This paper gives an overview of the RICHFIELDS project. RICHFIELDS aims at designing a RI on consumer behaviour and food intake, with a Consumer Data Platform, that is to a large extent based [...]

RICHFIELDS paper: Measuring food choice and consumption behaviour with real, fake or virtual food realities

RICHFIELDS paper "Measuring Food Choice and Consumption Behaviour with Real, Fake or Virtual Food Realities – a Comparative Approach from the RICHFIELDS Program", presented at the conference Measuring Behavior 2016, Dublin, Ireland. The aim of this paper is to give an overview of selected food labs and discuss the options they present for consumer research. [...]

RICHFIELDS poster at 40th Dutch Epidemiology Conference

On 16th of June 2016 Marcus Maringer (photographed, left) and Anouk Geelen from Wageningen University (WP7) presented their preliminary findings regarding their overview and evaluation of new, innovative and publicly accessible tools for collecting food consumption and associated lifestyle data at the 40th Dutch Epidemiology Conference, the WEON. The conference was organised by Wageningen University [...]

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RICHFIELDS wins Best Paper Award at Measuring Behavior 2016!

RICHFIELDS paper "The Potential of Enriching Food Consumption Data by use of Consumer Generated Data: a case from RICHFIELDS", won an award at the Measuring Behavior 2016 conference, 25-27 May, in Dublin, Ireland. Click here to download the submitted paper.     Authors, Jos van den Puttelaar (left) and Muriel Verain (right) - from Wageningen Economic Research, [...]