A European Action on Whole Grain partnerships
The European Action on Whole Grain Partnership aims to transfer Danish experiences with a national Whole Grain Partnership to other European countries, mainly the countries involved in the project – but also by involving other countries and stakeholders, aimed to increase the population's whole grain consumption. The overall objectives are:
- promote good health through healthy diets
- prevent diseases
- reduce inequalities
- establish supportive environments for healthy lifestyles by developing country-based whole grain public/private partnerships
The project runs for three years, starting from November 2019.
The WholEUGrain project partners are from four countries: Denmark, Romania, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
WholEUGrain receives funding from the European Union’s 3rd Health Programme (grant agreement number 874482).
EUPHA is contracted to conduct the external evaluation of the project.
Project website: https://www.gzs.si/wholeugrain