Healthy and Affordable Proteins for the African Market (HAPFAM)

PROJECT IS COMPLETED
Project period: 2014 - 2018

The aim of HAPFAM is to enable development of sustainable, healthy and affordable foods based on a combination of protein from milk and plants, thereby creating a new and competitive business in Africa for the Danish food industry

The project introduces new business areas for the dairy industry, and adds value to the plant production that has previously been used mainly for feed.

The aim of HAPFAM is to enable development of sustainable, healthy and affordable foods based on a combination of proteins from milk and plants.

We hypothesise that partly replacing milk protein with plant protein gives a cheaper, equally healthy product with which the growth rate can be maintained.

 

 

 

 

 

Funded by:

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HAPFAM received a five year funding from Innovation Fund Denmark

Funding:

Total budget: DKK 19,982,417 

FOOD grant: DKK 9,094,000

Project: Healthy and Affordable Proteins for the African Market (HAPFAM)
Period:  January 2014 - December 2018

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Contact

Foto af Birthe P. Møller JespersenBirthe P. Møller Jespersen
Associate Professor
Coordinator
Ingredient and Dairy Technology

Foto af Henriette HansenHenriette Hansen 
Senior Adviser 
Administrative Coordinator
FOOD Administration