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Goodman Fielder's two and half-year relationship with the Riddet Institute has led to the filing of three patents; one for a baking product with enhanced health properties and the other two for dai
The development of a stable delivery system for key health enhancing properties could soon be applied to general foodstuffs thanks to the efforts of a team of scientists from the Riddet Institute.<
The Riddet Institute has a strong history of collaboration with Zespri Group Ltd and this continues with a new PhD student joining the Institute to continue its research into kiwifruit.
PhD opportunity available 14 October 2014
The Riddet Institute is offering an exciting opportunity for a PhD candidate in 2015.
Dr Abby Thompson, Food Innovation Manager, has been successful in her application for $180,000 over two years as part of the Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund through the Ministry of Business,
Massey University Vice-Chancellor Steve Maharey recently announced the appointment of a new chairman of the Riddet Institute, Dr Kevin Marshall, replacing Dr Jim Watson.
The Riddet Institute has a key role in supporting the personal and professional development of the next generation of food and nutrition scientists for positions in both academia and industry.&nbsp
The latest issue of the Riddet Institute's half-yearly newsletter is now available. 
A recent paper by Dr Carlos Montoya and colleagues was selected as the focus of the front cover of The Journal of Nutrition.
The Riddet Institute is part of an exciting and wide-ranging collaboration with the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA), one of Europ
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