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Prof. Peter van Bladeren

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Nestlé Research Center
Phone: +41 **********  
Email: p***@***.com
Local Address:  United Kingdom
Nestle SA
Ave. Nestlé 55
Vevey , 1800

Company Description: Nestle Cote d'Ivoire SA is an Ivory Coast-based company engaged in the food processing sector. The Company is headquartered in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. (Source: PRESS)

Employment History

  • Head
    Nestle SA
  • Executive and Chairman
  • Vice President
    Nestlé Science & Research
  • Head
    Nestlé Science & Research

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • PhD
51 Total References
Web References
ILSI - Leadership and Supporting Companies, 13 Oct 2015 [cached]
Peter van Bladeren, PhD Nestlé Research Centre
Second International Nutrigenomics Symposium: “Diet, Genomics and Health” | Nestlé Global, 30 Sept 2011 [cached]
NUTRIGENOMICS SYMPOSIUM: Peter Van Bladeren, Director Nestlé Research Center, Lausanne addresses participants at the opening ceremony of the "INMEGEN-Nestlé International Symposium on Nutrigenomics
Nutrigenomics is paving the way for finding new biomarkers that will ultimately help consumers to optimize their diets for Nutrition, Health and Wellness", informed Peter Van Bladeren, Director of the Nestlé Research Center.
The Second International Nutrigenomics Symposium: "Diet, Genomics and Health" will be inaugurated by Salomon Chertorivski Woldenberg, Minister of Health in Mexico, Xavier Soberon Maneiro, Director of INMEGEN, Juan Carlos Marroquin Cuesta, CEO of Nestlé Mexico, and Peter Van Bladeren, Director of the Nestlé Research Center.
The programme was announced by Junichi ... [cached]
The programme was announced by Junichi Hamada, President of the University of Tokyo, and Peter van Bladeren, Head of Nestlé Science and Research and will begin on 1 June 2009.
Scientists at the Nestlé Research Center and their partner institutions hope to expand this information for future studies exploring the connection between genetics, metabolism and taste perception.
“The collaboration between Nestlé Research and leading worldwide brain institutes will open a new dimension in sensory research, allowing Nestlé to provide a broad range of choices to meet personal taste and nutrition preferences,” said Peter van Bladeren, Head of Nestlé Science and Research. The research findings will be used by Nestlé to develop food and beverage applications that satisfy specific consumer preferences that meet individual nutritional needs.
Researchers will study the correlations between lifestyle habits, body composition measurements and metabolic data to better understand the biological drivers of individuals’ metabolism and health. “Through this collaboration with GE we have the opportunity to use cutting-edge diagnostic tools to increase our understanding of how nutrition and lifestyle choices impact body composition and metabolic health,” said Prof. Peter van Bladeren, Head of Nestlé Science and Research. “With this knowledge, Nestlé can continue to deliver science-based nutritional products to improve and enhance the quality of peoples’ lives.” The results will provide direction for the development of non-invasive, rapid, precise and accurate assessment tools for clinicians to evaluate the impact of nutritional interventions on metabolic status and overall health.
Peter van Bladeren (Chairman of ... [cached]
Peter van Bladeren (Chairman of the ETP Board) accompanied by Frieda Brepoels (Member of the European Parliament) and Jürgen Lucas (DG Research, European Commission) welcomed members to launch the IAP.
Professor Peter van Bladeren (Chairman of the ETP Board) and Mr Jan Maat, (Chairman of the ETP Operational Committee) outlined how "The good links established between other ETPs during the development of the SRA and IAP, will ensure that the knowledge-based bio-economics of the EU Framework Programme (7) can combine to address effectively the serious challenge of global competition that Europe currently faces".
"The level of enthusiasm and interest ..., 14 Sept 2007 [cached]
"The level of enthusiasm and interest from all stakeholders of the ETP 'Food for Life' has continued to increase, and this is reflected in the outstanding attendance at this year's conference," Peter van Bladeren, a Nestl, executive and chairman of the ETP board, stated at the meeting.
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