Integrated Modelling; Social Life Cycle Assessment; Life Cycle Assessment; Sector Level; Food Consumption Patterns; Healthy Diets; Economic Impact Assessment
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van Selm Benjamin, Frehner Anita, de Boer Imke J. M., van Hal Ollie, Hijbeek Renske, van Ittersum Martin K., Talsma Elise F., Lesschen Jan Peter, Hendriks Chantal M. J., Herrero Mario, van Zanten Hannah H. E. (2022), Circularity in animal production requires a change in the EAT-Lancet diet in Europe, in Nature Food
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Frehner A., Zanten H.H.E. Van, Schader C., Boer I.J.M. De, Pestoni G., Rohrmann S., Muller A. (2021), How food choices link sociodemographic and lifestyle factors with sustainability impacts, in Journal of Cleaner Production
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Kopainsky Birgit, Frehner Anita, Müller Adrian (2020), Sustainable and healthy diets: Synergies and trade‐offs in Switzerland, in Systems Research and Behavioral Science
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Frehner A., Muller A., Schader C., De Boer I.J.M., Van Zanten H.H.E. (2020), Methodological choices drive differences in environmentally-friendly dietary solutions, in Global Food Security
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Krieger Jean Philippe, Pestoni Giulia, Cabaset Sophie, Brombach Christine, Sych Janice, Schader Christian, Faeh David, Rohrmann Sabine (2018), Dietary patterns and their sociodemographic and lifestyle determinants in Switzerland: Results from the national nutrition survey menuCH, in Nutrients
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Krieger Jean Philippe, Cabaset Sophie, Pestoni Giulia, Rohrmann Sabine, Faeh David, Egger Matthias, Spoerri Adrian, Zwahlen Marcel, Puhan Milo, Bopp Matthias, Künzli Nino, Oris Michel, Bochud Murielle (2018), Dietary patterns are associated with cardiovascular and cancer mortality among Swiss adults in a census-linked cohort, in Nutrients
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The goal of the NFP69 is to investigate how sustainable food systems with healthy diets and environmental friendly, socially acceptable and economic viable food production can be promoted. The focus of the second phase lies on the integration of several topics within food systems by larger collaborative research projects. The project we propose looks at the intersection of diets, sustainable food systems and healthy nutrition. More specifically, we examine how healthy diets support or contradict with sustainability in the Swiss food system. In terms of sustainability, we consider economic, environmental, social and health-related impacts of agricultural production, processing, retailing and consumption arising in Switzerland as well as in countries where imported foods are sourced from. For this purpose, we build an integrated model that combines, harmonizes and extends existing food system models developed by project partners. The model allows for an integrated assessment of the diet-sustainability-health interrelationships in the Swiss food system and for the identification of possible options and specific challenges for action towards more sustainable food systems and healthy diets. Based on the outcomes of the model-based analyses, we develop recommendations for consumers and policy makers.Project partners are: Research Institute of Organic Agriculture, Flury&Giuliani, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Uni Zürich, Rütter&Partner and Treeze.