Children’s Taste – Final seminar
The Children’s Taste project is coming to an end. We are excited about all the activities and results on children’s taste preferences, taste sensitivity and method development, and we want to share them with you.
|Dato:||29. november 2017|
|Sted:||Nofima, Osloveien 1, 1430 Ås|
The main objective of the Children’s taste project is to establish research-based knowledge on the mechanisms of taste development in children, in the perspective of increasing the consumption of healthy foods based on Norwegian ingredients or products.The presentations will be held in English and mainly by project participants. INRA has collaborated on the project as expert discussion partners, hosted our PhD student for a visiting period, and hosted one of our project meetings as well as organized a seminar in Dijon, France.
Please use this link for registration, NOK 500,- per person. Registration – External participant
Registration deadline: Nov, 22nd.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Ås for a nice project ending!
09:00 Registration and coffee
09:30 Welcome, Valérie Almli and Margrethe Hersleth, Nofima
Valérie Almli, Nofima. The Children’s Taste project: overview
Sophie Nicklaus, INRA. The role of sensory pleasure in driving eating behaviour in infants and children
Session 1: Children 4-6 year olds
Frida Vennerød, Nofima/UiO. Developments in taste sensitivity and preferences for the basic tastes between the ages of 4 and 6 years old
Ingunn Berget, Nofima. Parental influence on sweetness preferences
Julie Aass, Nofima/HiOA. Testing of new eating utensils prototypes in a kindergarten setting
13:00-13:20 Nanna Lien, UiO. Intervention in Norwegian Kindergartens – some results from the BRA-study
Session 2: Children 7-9 year olds
Paula Varela, Nofima. Check-all-that-apply testing with children: bread and smoothie studies
Gry Aletta Bjørlykke, Kavli. Children’s preferences for sweetness, texture, flavor and packaging modifications in high protein yoghurts
Session 3: Summing up the Children’s Taste project
Gunn Helene Arsky, Bama and Tone Eikrem Nyvold, Orkla Industry experiences and learnings from the Children’s taste project
Ida Synnøve Grini, Nofima. A guide to children’s taste experience and diet
Paula Varela, Nofima. Future research: The EDULIA project
Valerie Almli, Nofima. Concluding remarks
Nina Solheim Flæte, Research Council of Norway.