Research findings by our Unilever Science and Technology Future Health and Wellness team at Hive and various collaborators on a range of topics have shed some interesting light on important areas like consumers’ long-term acceptance of plant-based meat, our emotional connection to it and the whole question around adequate nutrient intake in comparison to diets with animal meat. Get the lowdown.
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Announcing a new public-private partnership led by the Wageningen University & Research.
Proudly boasting the world’s highest sustainability rating for buildings
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