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Thank you for joining us over the last four Weeks where we’ve looked at the reasons for food processing, its history and benefits. We’ve introduced you to some of the widespread techniques for making our food safe, nutritious and last longer and we’ve explored some of the innovative developments that are helping to make processes more sustainable and result in better tasting products. We finished by outlining the steps the EU takes to ensure our food is safe to eat and reflected on our perceptions of what processing means. We hope you’ve enjoyed finding out how your food is made.

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If you’ve enjoyed this EIT Food course, you may like to join Farm to Fork: Sustainable Food Production in a Changing Environment which starts on 15th June. You can see the full list of EIT Food courses here.

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