Healthy Food Satisfaction Studies
Welcome to the website of the SENSWELL project: Sensory food satisfaction in promoting healthy and sustainable eating behaviour.
The project focuses on how sensory properties of foods and the eating environment can be utilised to reduce food intake and at the same time provide high feelings of well-being both during and after the ingestion of a food or a meal.
The project is hosted by University of Copenhagen in Denmark and is a collaboration between the major sensory research groups in Denmark (DTU and AU), university partners in Europe and a consortium of major food companies.
The project is financially supported by Danish Council for Strategic Research and runs from 2011 to 2015.