The British Nutrition Foundation
is a British registered charity
According to its entry in the Charity Commission's register, the aims of the British Nutrition Foundation are:
- to advance the education of the public, and those involved in the training and education of others, in nutrition; and
- to advance the study of and research into nutrition for the public benefit, and to disseminate and publish the useful results of such research.
The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) is a not-for-profit charity. BNF exists to deliver authoritative, evidence-based information on food and nutrition in the context of health.
The BNF's core team consists of nutrition scientists and education experts who are passionate about communicating accurate and accessible nutrition messages, which serve to educate and ultimately enable people to make informed diet and lifestyle choices. The team is led by Director General, Professor Judy Buttriss, a highly experienced nutrition scientist.
BNF is independent and impartial. It is a valuable source of credible and accurate information and its work is governed by independent expert science. BNF does not endorse brands, products or services.
BNF's income comes from contracts and donations from government, the European Commission, the food industry and other charities.
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