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Scientists are transforming crooked carrots and other types of fruit and veggies that often go to waste to new and exciting food products. Photo: Janne Hansen

2015.10.21 | Food

From food waste to food delicacies

Denmark’s enormous food waste can be reduced by a more efficient use of the raw materials. Scientists from Aarhus University are involved in a project that examines how waste from the production of fruit and vegetables can be converted into new types of delicacies.

Although it appeared that respondents were generally not overly willing to buy the enriched products, the researchers found that milk was the product that the consumers thought was most suitable for enrichment with vitamin D. Photo: Colourbox

2015.10.26 | Food

Divided opinions on vitamin D enrichment

A new study from Aarhus University shows that Danes generally accept food products enriched with vitamin D, but when in the supermarket Danes prefer food products which are not fortified with vitamin D.

The field of agricultural sciences encompasses a wide range of subjects related to how humans use and develop natural resources for their benefit. Photo: Anders Trærup

2015.10.12 | DCA

Aarhus University’s agricultural science research among world elite

The food and agricultural science research carried out at Aarhus University is among the best in the world. It ranks as number nine on the U.S. News Best Global Universities ranking and is thus the best university in Denmark.

Carl-Otto Ottosen has more than 30 years’ research experience and as per 1 October 2015 he has been appointed professor at the Department of Food Science at Aarhus University. Photo: Jesper Rais

2015.10.23 | Food

New professor at the Department of Food Science

From 1 October Carl-Otto Ottosen has been appointed professor at the Department of Food Science at Aarhus University.

2015.10.12 | Food

Aarhus University’s agricultural science research among world elite

The food and agricultural science research carried out at Aarhus University is among the best in the world. It ranks as number nine on the U.S. News Best Global Universities ranking and is thus the best university in Denmark.