The final results has been reported to EU

The consortium has now reported the final results to EU. There are two overall reports, one publishable summary report and one core report. Parts of these reports are reviewed on this web site.

New web page

The Funcfood web page has moved and is now avalible on the new adress



Recent publications by the FUNCFOOD participants

The FUNCFOOD project has, so far, resulted in the following scientific publications:


1. Combating age realted diseases. Jenssen, D. Public Service Review EU, issue 20.

2. Structural requirements for mutation formation from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon dihydrodiol epoxides in their interaction with food chemopreventive compounds. Lagerqvist A, HÃ¥kansson D, Frank H, Seidel A and Jenssen [...]

Human studies – ethical permissions are approved

Human studies have to be conducted during the last experimental step of FUNCFOOD project. Since 1st of January 2004, a law has been in force which deals with vetting the ethics of research that involves humans. It encompasses research involving living persons, but it also covers such areas as research on the deceased, biological material [...]

The 1st period scientific and financial report are delivered

The first period scientific and financial report cover the period 01.02.2010-30.07.2011. Both parts are mandatory to be delivered to EU and have successfully been reported. The public part of the scientific report is available below.

Scientific periodic report – Publishable summary

The progress meeting held in Pondicherry, India, 08.02.2011

The Progress Meeting of the FUNCFOOD project was held at the GRT Sunway hotel, Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu, India Feb. 8, 2011. This meeting summarized a progress achieved by the European and Indian beneficiaries. A general discussion was conducted regarding the transport of samples, student exchange, work packages including collaborative work within and outside the work [...]

Kick-off meeting held in Stockholm, Sweden, 13-16 June 2010

The kick-off meeting of this project was placed in Stockholm between 13th and 16th of June, 2010. At the meeting more than 16 candidate food constituents were discussed and decided to be tested for their protection against diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer.