Nutrition Partnerships

We believe in the power of collaborative partnerships and memberships. They're pivotal for solving complex nutrition research problems and providing collective points of view on emerging areas of nutrition research for health and well-being. We partner with a range of universities, consortia and organizations whose nutrition research programs are focused on investigating food ingredients and their health benefits.

Global scope

We're corporate members of several global science and nutrition organizations. Our memberships help us maintain a dialogue and collaboration with the global nutrition community and make us aware of the emerging nutrition issues, challenges and solutions. We invite you to learn more about them:

International Life Science Institute (ILSI)
ILSI is a scientific nonprofit with 15 country-specific or regional branches. ILSI was incorporated in 1978 and has worked over 30 years to achieve their mission of providing science which improves human health, well-being and protects the environment. Current focus areas: promotion of nutrition and health, food and water safety, toxicology and risk assessment and sustainable agriculture and nutrition security. Click here to explore the ILSI website.

Healthgrain forum
HEALTHGRAIN FORUM is a global network of 49 members spanning 19 countries, with Mondelēz International as one of its founding members. The association was founded in 2010 after the completion of the EU funded HEALTHGRAIN research program. HEALTHGRAIN FORUM aims to promote research and communication focusing on healthy cereal foods. Mondelēz International participated in the initial research program, “Exploiting Bioactivity of European Cereal Grains for Improved Nutrition and Health Benefits” until its completion. Click here to explore the HEALTHGRAIN FORUM website.

Whole Grains Council
Whole Grains Council is a nonprofit organization founded in 2003 with more than 360 members. It is engaged in consumer-focused advocacy efforts for promoting better health through increased whole grain consumption. The group is focused on encouraging food manufacturers to make delicious products containing whole grains, educating consumers about the benefits of whole grains and helping them find and identify whole grain containing products and encouraging accurate communications about whole grains. Click here to explore the Whole Grains Council website.