Baltic environment, food and health:
from habits to awareness.

Data acquisition, management and analysis

Focus: Data regeneration, building up metadata, databanks and a modelling tool for steering the food choices


Planned results: Feasibility study for public use, the consumer awareness report, the mutual database and the paths to the database, the food choice model, awarding process, response report and impact scenario report.


Overview of WP content: Mapping the baseline situation and factors influencing food, mapping critical points, constraints and bottlenecks; data regeneration, planning of data matrices, paths to databases, modelling choice tools and assessment of the process.


Responsible partner: University of Tartu

Data acquisition, management and analysis