More than ever, society asks for sustainable and healthy - yet affordable - food. We are working together with our clients by leading the way, clarifying complex processes, engaging stakeholders and providing a clear and insightful presentation of the progress made. All this driven by our mission and vision and our passion for fair food.
To enable the transition to more sustainable and healthy foods, new products and ingredients are needed, such as plant-based proteins. It is however not easy to get these new products on the market. They often require to comply with a myriad of complex legislation, like the EU Novel Foods legislation. In addition, communicating on health benefits of foods is a challenge on its own, involving regulatory, scientific as well as communication expertise.
For the transition to sustainable, healthy and fair food systems, cooperation is needed between food processing companies, retail and out-of-home, farmers, governments and societal organisations. We support these parties in strategy development, communication and finding support with societal stakeholders. For example by organising stakeholder events, engaging governments and politicians and setting up platforms for companies, such as the Smart Food Alliance and the Taskforce Gezond Uit (Healthy Day Out).
At Schuttelaar & Partners, a team of nutritionists, food technologists, communication - and organisational - experts is there to help you overcome the challenges on the way to sustainable, healthy and fair food.
Smart Food Alliance
The Smart Food Alliance was founded on our initiative. The alliance was set up to connect medium-sized agri-food companies so that they can independently and jointly take steps towards a healthy, circular and climate-neutral food system. We are building a community of medium-sized agri-food companies throughout the chain. Together we are working on the realisation of a healthy, circular and climate-neutral food system.
Want to know more?
Suzanne van der Pijll
Call 070 318 44 44 or send Suzanne an email.