SNF Swedish Nutrition Foundation

SNF is a non-profit organisation promoting research within the field of nutrition and its practical implementation.

SNF conveys research information to a broad target group, e.g. via journals (Nordisk Nutrition and Food & Nutrition Research), conferences and consultations. SNF has long experience of the use of nutrition and health claims and allots grants to PhD-students >>

Nordic Nutrition Conference 2016 NNC2016.2

“Bridging nutrition sciences for health in the Nordic Countries”
Gothenburg 20-22 June 2016 >>


Nordisk NutritionNordisk Nutrition

Nordisk Nutrition is an information magazine publishing scientifically based information about food and health (in Swedish). >>

Food & Nutrition ResearchFood & Nutrition

Food & Nutrition Research is an international peer-reviewed Open Access journal published by Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Swedish Nutrition Foundation.
As one of the first Open Access journals in its field, Food & Nutrition Research offers an important forum for researchers to exchange the latest results from research on human nutrition broadly and food-related nutrition in particular. >>

Nutrition and health claimshalsopastaenden-logo

In Sweden the possibility to use health claims in the labelling and marketing of foods was introduced in 1990, when the Food Sector’s Code of Practice was established. Since 1 July 2007 a EU-Regulation (no 1924/2006) on nutrition and health claims applies in all EU member states. SNF and the principals of the former Swedish Code of Practice, the Swedish Food Federation and the Swedish Food Retailers Federation, maintained a “support programme” to help actors within the Swedish food sector to apply the Regulation in a practice. The support programme was terminated in December 2014, but SNF continues the work on nutrition and health claims, focusing on nutritional and scientific aspects. www.hälsopåstå >>


SNF Swedish Nutrition Foundation
Ideon Science Park 223 70 Lund
Telefon 046-286 2282 817600-7063
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