News & Events

December 12, 2022

NARO 2nd International Symposium on Food and Health


Global Food Security and Human Health – Towards Transforming Food System with Advanced Technology


Periodic Table of Food Initiative (PTFI)



December 9, 2022

ICN, Tokyo


International Congress of Nutrition (ICN), Tokyo, Japan


INFOODS symposium on the critical role of food composition data in nutrition


December 5, 2022

USDA's New Nutrition Research Initiative Launch


Launch of USDA’s New Nutrition Research Initiative – ASCEND for Better Health

Event Title:

Lightning talk on the Periodic Table of Food Initiative.


October 10-11, 2022



Fundación Iberoamericana de Nutrición (FINUT), Mexico, 2022


The Periodic Table of Food Initiative in Latin America: Collaborations for a healthy and sustainable diet









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July 2022

Global Launch Event: Unlocking Food Composition to Revolutionize Food Systems for Human and Planetary Health

Vision for Food and Health

Chef’s Perspective: Secret Ingredients for Health and Sustainability

Data-Driven Applications to Revolutionize Food Systems

Applying Foodomics to Revolutionize Food Systems

June 29, 2022

ILSI Symposium


ILSI 2022 Annual Meeting, Brussels


The revolution of the omics sciences

June 29, 2022

ANH Academy


7th Annual Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (ANH) Academy Week


Periodic Table of Food Initiative: Unlocking Food Composition to Revolutionize Human and Planetary Health









June 8, 2022



American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS), June 2022


Periodic Table of Food Initiative: Engaging the Mass Spectrometry Community in the Development of a Democratized Foodomics Technology Platform


PTFI-ASMS-workshop flyer

June 7, 2022

The map of food: why we need a world atlas of what we eat


Author: Nancy Brown, Chief Executive Officer, American Heart Association. Published on the World Economic Forum website

Thus far in the 21st century, we’ve come to take for granted feats such as delivering items to remote locations via drone, and the even more extreme delivery of tourists into space. What once seemed possible only in comic books seems to become closer to reality every day. Yet at the same time, problems that have plagued humankind throughout history are getting worse. The list starts with the most basic need of all: Food.

Oct 21, 2021

What's on Our Plate?

August 2021

PTFI Technology Update