The rediclaim programme of work will be conducted through six Work Packages (WPs)

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Work Package 1: Stakeholder engagement and dissemination

Brings together a community of interested stakeholders (e.g. industry, regulatory bodies, clinical trial specialists, scientists, health professionals and civil society) to reflect on project findings at key stages of the project. It will also promote the use of project results by the stakeholders by:

Work Package 2: Establish the regulatory frameworks for 'reduction of disease risk' claims on food and drinks

Develops the ground work for the project by establishing the regulatory frameworks for health and nutrition claims and their interaction with the research activities and related developments supported within this area. The objective

Work Package 3: Explore the interaction between health claim legislation and health research and/or innovation in the food chain

Determines the extent to, and the way in which health claim legislation is related to research-based innovation in the food chain by:

Work Package 4: Ascertain the interaction between health claim legislation and the claim substantiation process associated with 'reduction of disease risk' claims

Ascertains the interaction between health claim legislation and the claim substantiation process associated with 'reduction of disease risk' claims and to explore possibilities to improve the process of scientific substantiations of health claims through:

Work Package 5: Nutrition economic models for food constituents associated with 'reduction of disease risk' claims

Uses newly developed nutrition economic modelling methods to calculate the potential health and economic impact of 'reduction in disease risk' claims on the general population by establishing the:

Work Package 6: Project management

Ensures effective technical coordination and project management is implemented and sustained to successfully complete all aspects of the proposal.

rediclaim © Copyright Rediclaim, 2015 This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration (Contract n° FP7-603036)