24 oct. 2013
Two KLV-members won second prize with Quinoa chocolate milk
Three food technology students from Wageningen University have been awarded a prize worth € 4,000 in Cologne for their entry in the EcoTrophelia, a European competition for students of food technology.
Randi Phinney, Nicolas Tsisios and Mi-jung Kim were awarded second prize for their food creation: chocolate milk made from the products of quinoa processing. They developed a chocolate milk drink on the basis of the quinoa plant, which can be easily and sustainably produced by local people in South-America.
The quinoa drink had already won the Dutch pre-selection competition organised earlier this year by the Top consortium for Knowledge and Innovation in Agri & Food (TKI Agri & Food).
Randi from Canada and Mi-jung from South Korea are KLV members. KLV congratulates them with this excellent achievement!
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