Our international collaborators
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University of Lincoln, UK
Associate Professor of Food Insights and Sustainability, Wayne Martindale, is actively researching sustainability in food product development and food system connectivity, using complementary approaches to the DELTA Model. Wayne has also contributed to the SNI Thoughts for Food.
Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands
Professor of Dairy Science & Technology, Thom Huppertz, uses the DELTA Model as part of postgraduate sustainable food based dietary guidelines teaching. Thom also supervises research on mineral bioavailability and protein quality, the results of which will inform this aspect of the DELTA Model’s development.
Monash University, Australia
Professor Louise Bennett and Dr Margaret Murray are researchers and academics in food science and nutrition at Monash University. They use the DELTA Model for teaching about sustainability in the Advanced Food Chemistry and Advanced Food Nutrition and Health modules in the Master of Food Science and Agribusiness at Monash University.
University of São Paulo, Brazil
Flavia Mori Sarti is a Professor in Economics and Public Policy and participates in research on Complex Systems Modeling and Nutrition in Public Health. Flavia works with SNI on research examining global trade of nutrients and its implications for nutrition and health, especially its relevance in public policies for health promotion and disease prevention.
Our team at the Riddet Institute
Professor Warren McNabb leads the SNi program at the Riddet Institute. The core team comprises Adjunct Professor in Sustainable Nutrition Jeremy Hill, Honorary Industry Fellow Dr Andrew Fletcher, and Dr Nick Smith, but with many important contributions from across the Institute.