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Our “project” groups :

Workgroups are often the result of our themed commissions, and may be created to meet a specific need expressed by our members (in industry or research) and to work together to solve a mutual problem. 5 groups are currently coordinated by the cluster or its sector manager.

“Baked Goods” workgroup

Managed by the Pays de Loire Area Manager and the PAO (Pôle Agronomique Ouest), this workgroup was formed in 2008 and brings together members of industry and the research community in the baked goods sector. The group works on various issues: nutritional profiles, new contaminants, energy savings in ovens, glycemic index, and aroma quality, etc.
> Contact: Viviane Kerlidou & Stéphan Rouverand

“Senior Health” workgroup

Managed by CRITT Santé Bretagne (in partnership with Rennes Chamber of Commerce), this workgroup includes over 50 stakeholders from industry and research as “Seniors” is a major target for innovation in the food and equipment industries.
> Contact: Hélène Le Pocher

“Vegetable Byproducts” workgroup

Managed by Vegenov in partnership with CBB Development, this workgroup is made up of over 30 producers, businesses, ingredient producers, and green extraction companies, etc.
> Contact:Serge Mabeau and Gaëlle Leroy

Biomarkers in Human Nutrition Project Group

This inter-cluster workgroup is jointly managed by CRITT Santé Bretagne and the NSL (Nutrition, Health, Longevity) cluster. Formed in 2011, the workgroup carries out state of the art actions in the health sector (intestinal and immunity, weight control, satiety, anti-oxidants, cardiovascular, cognitive function, etc.) as well as facilitating new collaborative projects between members of the two clusters.
> Contact: Hélène Le Pocher and Pôle NSL

Basse-Normandie Seafood workgroup

Jointly managed with Pôle Mer Bretagne, this workgroup was formed in December 2010. Its aim is to manage the sector through a series of annual meetings that propose areas of research for its members that are related to their business.
> Contact: Emmanuelle Leflemme and Pôle Mer

Special themes* may be put forward by these workgroups, which are sources of new Valorial certified projects!

*Exploratory research that provides the latest news on scientific developments, regulations, financial issues, and technology on a range of subjects and themes identified during the specific Commissions.