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  • Carraresi, L., Berg, S., Bröring, S. (2018). Emerging value chains within the bio-economy: structural changes in the case of phosphate. Journal of Cleaner Production, 183: 87-101. Link
  • Baum, C. M., Gross, C. (2017): Developing behavior-informed strategies for climate and sustainability policy.Journal of Bioeconomics Special Issue “Transition to Sustainable Economy” 19(1)53-95.
  • Borge, L., Bröring, S. (2017): Exploring effectiveness of technology transfer in interdisciplinary settings- The case of the bioeconomyCreativity and Innovation Management Journal.
  • Bröring, S., Wensing, J. (2017): Functional Ingredients: Market Research. (forthcoming), in: Kirk-Othmer encyclopedia of chemical technology.
  • Butkowski, O., Pakseresht, A., Lagerkvist, C., Bröring, S. (2017): Debunking the Myth of General Consumer Rejection of Green Genetic Engineering: Empirical Evidence from Germany.International Journal of Consumer Studies.
  • Berg, S., Kircher, M., Preschitschek, N., Bröring, S., Schurr, U. (2017): Die Bioökonomie als Kreislauf und Verbundsystem, in: Pietzsch, J Bioökonomie für Einsteiger141-160Springer Spektrum.
  • Bröring, S., Baum, C. M., Butkowski, O., Kircher, M. (2017): Kriterien für den Erfolg der Bioökonomie., in: In J. Pietszch (Ed.), Bioökonomie für Einsteiger161-177Springer Spektrum.
  • Tiso, T., Thies, S., Müller, M., Tsvetanova, L., Carraresi, L., Bröring, S., Jaeger, K.-E., Blank, L. M. (2017): Rhamnolipids: Production, Performance, and Application, in Consequences of Microbial Interactions with Hydrocarbons, Oils, and Lipids: Production of Fuels and Chemicals (Edited by Sang Yup Lee)1-37Springer International PublishingLink.
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The Nutrition and Health Claims Regulation (EC) 1924/2006: Impact on Innovation


The Nutrition and Health Claims Regulation (EC) 1924/2006 lays down harmonized EU rules for use of nutrition and health claims in foodstuffs. As a pre-market approval, all claims need to be scientifically substantiated and verified by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). Among others one of the objectives of the regulation is to foster innovation in the European food sector.

The University of Bonn is currently doing an empirical study which analyses the impact of the EU nutrition and health claim regulation (NHCR) on innovation in the food sector. With this purpose, all European Union food sector stakeholders are asked to give an input by completing an online survey.

Complete information regarding the survey can be accessed until September 15th at:

Our survey is completely anonymous and is used only for academic purposes. The questionnaire requires not more than 10-15 minutes. If you would like receive the results of the study once completed, please send an email to

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