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1608, 2021

Designing a research infrastructure (RI) on food behaviour and health: Balancing user needs, business model, governance mechanisms and technology

RICHFIELDS partners have published some of the final results of the project in the scientific journal Trends in Food Science & Technology. Click here to read the publication. Highlights of the publication: There is a [...]

1610, 2018

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 [...]

2108, 2018

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 [...]

1809, 2017

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 [...]

1809, 2017

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 [...]

1503, 2017

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 [...]