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Mipromer

 

Gramme

 

Memospore

 

Na- K+ SVP

 

Sporemer

Adheresist

 

MG BVP

 

Sefro

 

Bacillus

 

Clostrilait

Biofilm

 

Info Nut

 

Prince

 

Foame

 

Campyvol

Aide DLUO

 

Challenge-test
improvement

 

ID-Tag

 

Sym'Previus

 

Qanti

   

Embostra

     

Board

   

Mipromer

 
    Title: Controlling the spoilage flora to increase the use-by-date of the smoked salmon and the shrimp
    Objectives: The Mipromer project intends to develop new methods aimed at the seafood products preservation. Mimpromer aims to ease the stock control while preserving the microbial quality of the products in question.
    Beginning: 2009
    Duration: 2 years
    Coordinator: INITIAA
    Partners: Ifremer, Marine Harvest, Capitaine Houat, Biocéane
    Total cost: € 755,000
    Funding € 300,329 from the competitiveness Cluster Valorial
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Gramme

 
    Title: Benefits and risks associated with Gram negative bacteria within cheese microbial communities
    Objectives: The aim of the project is to develop an approach to help in evaluating the benefits and risks associated with Gram negative bacteria within cheese microbial communities. Pure cultures and reconstituted cheese microbial consortia will be studied to characterise the benefits and risks associated with the expression of sensory- and sanitary-related functions of these bacteria.
    Beginning: January 2008
    Duration: 3 years
    Coordinator: Marie-Christine Montel, INRA
    Partners: INRA, Université de Caen Basse-Normandie, VetAgroSup, Institut Pasteur, ADRIA Normandie, ADRIA Développement, AERIAL, Pôle fromager AOP Massif-central, Graindorge
    Total cost: € 1.245,000
    Funding € 504,000 from the ANR
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MEMOSPORE

 
    Title: Origin of the variability of the properties of bacterial endospores and consequences for survival and growth in the food chain
    Objectives: The objectives of the project are to quantify the induced variability through a predictive microbiology approach and to determine the origin (structure and properties of the different spore fractions, in particular of the proteins of the sporal coats) of those variable behaviours induced by the sporulation environment.
    Beginning: January 2008
    Duration: 3 years
    Coordinator: Frédéric CARLIN, UMR 408 INRA-UAPV
    Partners: LUBEM, UBO, ADRIA Développement, ADRIA Normandie, ADRO Ouest, BBA, Pall GeneSystem, CECAB d’aucy
    Total cost: € 1.000,000
    Funding € 398,000 from the ANR/PNRA
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Na- K+ SVP

 
    Title: Formulation of the low sodium products
    Objectives: The objective of this project involves finding a natural substitute to salt in hams and salmons. This project aims to develop new references low in sodium for smoked salmon, cooked pork ham, pâtés and mousses by formulating, for each matrix, a specifically appropriate substitute solution to the sodium.
    Beginning: 15 December 2010
    ADRIA's role:

-Technological coordinator
-Production pilot testing (meats)
-Validating from microbiological to analytical stability (physico-chemical, nutritional…)
-Technical support for industrial transfer
-Development of the predictive tool

    Coordinator: Nutrionix
    Partners: Meralliance, A2PIA, Madrange, ADRIA Développement
    Total cost: € 522,205
    Funding € 243,470 from the competitiveness cluster Valorial. 25% to ADRIA Développement and 2 other companies
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Sporemer

 
    Title: Development of a procedure enabling to evaluate the heat-resistance of spore forming bacteria within a formulation of prepared meals containing seafood products
    Objectives: This project will permit to identify the spore forming strains present in these products and their degrees of heat-resistance, in order to distinguish those which are most likely to cross the heat treatments, and to trace the source of these contaminations.
    Beginning: 16 March 2010
    ADRIA's role: Competences in the field of spoilage flora in the food industry 
    Coordinator: Wenceslas Chancerelle 
    Partners: Saveur, LUBEM, UBO
    Total cost: € 77,963
    Funding € 44,926 from the competitiveness cluster VALORIAL. 25,625 € to ADRIA
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Adheresist

 
    Title: (Micro-organism adhesion to equipment surfaces in food industry)?
    Objectives: The objectives of this project are to develop an innovative approach allowing for the determination of the surface properties of enteric viruses and bacteriophages used as models; to compare the adhesion properties of these pathogenic viruses of interest and of these models to inert and biological matrixes; to identify their resistance capabilities towards different industrial processes. 
    Beginning: January 2008
    Duration: 3 years
    Coordinator: Christophe GANTZER, Université de Nancy 1
    Partners: ANSES, ADRIA Normandie, Institut Pasteur de Lille, CHU de Dijon, Centre de Recherche Nestlé (CRN), Veolia Environnement
    Total cost: € 1.173,411
    Funding € 464,927 from the ANR
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MG BVP

 
    Title: Optimisation of the lipid profiles in the bakery, pastry and patisserie products
    Objectives: MG BVP aims to optimise the lipid profile of the bakery, pastry and patisserie products. The specifications established involve the removal of the technological trans fats and the reduction of the natural fatty acids (maximum 30% of saturated fatty acids).  It excludes the hydrogenated or inter-esterified fats.
    Beginning: December 2008
    Duration: 33 months
    Coordinator: ADRIA Normandie
    Partners: ENITIAA, CEMAGREF, La Mie Câline, Pâtisseries Gourmandes, Gaillard Pâtissier, Biscuiterie de l’Abbaye, Europe Snacks, Tartefrais, LocMaria
    Total cost: € 535,170
    Funding € 354,164 from Valorial and PAO. Co-funded by regional councils (Pays de la Loire, Bretagne, Basse-Normandie), county councils (Finistère, Ille et Vilaine) and Quimper Communauté. 47,256 €  to ADRIA
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Sefro

 
    Title: Expression and production of staphylococcal enterotoxins in cheese manufacture; quantification of toxins by a multiplex technology as a contribution to risk assessment
    Objectives: The SEFRO project aims to study the mechanisms of production of the SE (enterotoxins), during the production and the ripening of certain cheeses, to meet the need of assessment of the danger exposure, and to develop a specific, simple and reliable technique of identification and determination of all the SE incriminated in food poisoning
    Beginning: 2 January 2007
    Duration: 2 years
    Coordinator: DELACROIX-BUCHET Agnès, INRA
    Partners: INRA, AFSSA LERQAP, Université de Strasbourg, UMR GMPA, AgroParisTech, ACTILAIT, CNIEL
    Total cost: € 2.230,000
    Funding € 604,000 from the ANR
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Bacillus

 
    Title: New approaches and tools to investigate the emergence of foodborne pathogenic bacteria – The case of Bacillus cereus in heat-treated, non sterile food
    Objectives: January 2006
    Beginning: 3 years
    Coordinator: INRA
    Partners: Adria Normandie, Anses, ADRIA Développement, Crealine, INRA, Lactalis, UBO
    Funding € 894,920 from the ANR
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Clostrilait

 
    Title: Physiological and genetic study of the Clostridia present in the cheese plants and responsible for the cheese alteration
    Beginning: 15 October 2009
    ADRIA's roles:

-Microbiology of anaerobic bacteria
-Identification of anaerobic bacteria
-Study of their behaviour

    Coordinator: BBA
    Partners: ACTILAIT
    Total cost: € 257,498
    Funding € 182,565 from the competitiveness cluster VALORIAL. € 72,610 to ADRIA
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Biofilm

 
    Title: Biofilm formation on closed surfaces in egg processing industries
    Objectives:

The objectives are to study the composition of the biofilm present in industries and to reproduce their formation on laboratory pilot.

    Beginning: 10 June 2009
    Duration: 3 years
    Work Packages: Microbiology of food products
    Coordinator: ADRO Ouest
    Partners: Adria Développement, Agrocampus Ouest
    Total cost: € 259,152
    Funding € 126,764 from the competitiveness cluster Valorial. € 51,400 to ADRIA
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Info Nut

 
    Title: Impact of nutrition information on consumer behaviour
    Objectives: The objectives are to develop a practical, nutritional information, easy-to-use by the consumer.
    Beginning:

3 October 2008?

    Coordinator: ADRIA Développement
    Partners: Ansamble, Saveur SA, Filet Bleu
    Total cost: € 120,104
    Funding Regional funding of € 88,910. € 83,641 to ADRIA
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Prince

 
    Title: Innovative process of cooling poultry carcasses
    Objectives: The objective is to develop and validate an innovative project of cooling entire poultry, calibrated to assure a better safety and having a sustainable development approach with savings in energy and water consumption.
    Beginning: 18 November 2008
    Coordinator: Tilly Sabco
    Partners: FAI, AFSSA, Pôle Cristal
    Total cost: € 1.321,564
    Funding € 632,470 from the competitiveness cluster VALORIAL. € 82,934 to ADRIA
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Foame

 
    Title: Feasibility study on food products expansion thanks to a membrane process
    Objectives: The objective of the project is to build, after having studied and done technical trials, an industrial, alternative and innovative equipment of expansion.
    Beginning: 14 March 2008
    ADRIA's role: Competence in the field of technical trials of food products expansion. 
    Coordinator: AERA
    Partners: ID Fruits, Laiterie d’Armor
    Total cost: € 240,086
    Funding Regional funding of € 73,813 and € 73,754. € 64,234 to ADRIA
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Campyvol

 
    Title: Alternative methods of analysis of Campylobacter for the risk analysis and the reinforcement of the competitiveness in the French poultry chain
    Objectives: The project’s objective is to complete and develop a fast scientific method of quantification and to complete the Campylobacter analysis in the poultry field with the aim of participating in the fixation of microbiologic criterion of the hygiene.
    Beginning: 2008
    Coordinator: AES CHEMUNEX
    Partners: Doux, Arrivé, Euralis Gastronomie, LDC, Coopagri, Sanders, Savel, Unicopa, CIDEF, Fédération des industries avicoles, AFSSA, Université de Rennes, UMR-INRA
    Total cost: € 690,847
    Funding Regional funding of 55.26%, which represent € 381,788. € 49,750 to ADRIA
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Aide DLUO

Optimal Use-By-Date Help

    Title:

Application of simulation and decision making tools for the proactive assessment of the optimal use-by-date

    Objectives: The objective of this project is to develop a simulation and decision making software to get the optimal use-by-date of a product (DLUO).
    Beginning: 2008
    ADRIA's role: Competence in microbiological predictions 
    Coordinator: Pâtisserie Gourmande, Loudéac
    Partners: Gaillard Pâtisserie, Le Ster, LUBEM, UBO
    Total cost: € 312,859
    Funding Regional funding of € 164,685. € 114,200 to ADRIA
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Challege-test improvement for health risk managing

    Objectives:

-To complete and harmonize the food challenge-tests methodologies by integrating industrial variation factors with the aim of specifying the options of the food safety control held by the industries and the public authorities
-To draft argued recommendations for the implementation of the protocols of challenge-tests on food products. These recommendations will allow to adapt this expertise tool according to a food matrix and particular industrial situations
-To bring elements of response to inter-branch organisations and industrials to estimate the relevance of challenge-tests by sector

    Beginning: September 2005
    Duration: 3 years
    Coordinator: Véronique ZULIANI, IFIP
    Partners: AFSSA, FICT, ACTIA, ADEPALE, ENVA, Bonduelle, Pôle filière halieutique, Metzger, La case aux épices, CITPPM, La toque Angevine
    Funding

ACTIA (Aérial) and CASDAR?

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ID-Tag

 
    Title: Chilled chain traceability and food product shelf-life determination
    Beginning: January 2006
    Duration: 2 years
    Coordinator: Cryolog
    Partners: ADRIA Développement, Cemagref, CEA, ECP
    Funding € 472,046 from the ANR
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Sym'Previus

 
    Title: Decision making tool for microbial risk assessment
    Objectives: The objective of the SYM’PREVIUS project is to develop an expertise in food microbiology, in order to create an interactive predictive tool, designed for food sector businesses and their partners.
    Beginning: November 1999
    Coordinator: Jeanne-Marie Membré, INRA
    Partners: ADRIA, AERIAL, ARILAIT, CTSCCV, ENV, Alfort, INRA/INAPG, IP, Lille, Bongrain, Danone, Fromarsac, Pernod, Ricard, Fromageries, BEL, ACTIA, UNIR, Ministères RECHERCHE AGRICULTURE (DGAL)
    Funding € 23,000 from the Ministry of Agriculture (DGal)
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Impact of processes and formulations on the antigenicity of milk protein

 

Qanti

 
    Title: Molecular quantification of bacterial population and metabolic activities in dairy products
    Coordinator: Dominique Thuault, ADRIA Développement
    Partners: BBA, PAO, INRA-Agrocampus, ADRIA Développement
    Funding Regional Funding, Valorial and PAO
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Lactobacillus which are strictly hetero-fermentative: a component of the microbial ecosystem of cheeses to know and control

    Coordinator: Danièle SOHIER
    Funding ACTIA
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Decision making tool to assist HACCP on the microbiological hazards

    Objectives:

Integration of sporulation conditions (T° and pH) to prevent Bacillus cereus hazard in process optimization

    Coordinator: Olivier Couvert, ADRIA Développement
    Partners: ADRIA Développement, LUBEM, UBO
    Funding ACTIA, ANR, ANRT, BBA
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Impact of production and preservation processes on Campylobacter survival in the poultry industry Resistance mechanisms involved in stress adaptation

    Coordinator: Danièle SOHIER
    Funding ACTIA
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Quantitative microbiological risk in processed vegetables products

    Coordinator: Véronique HUCHET
    Funding ACTIA
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Microbial ecosystem dynamic and activity in dairy products by PCR-TTGE

    Coordinator: Danièle SOHIER
    Funding BBA
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MICROVOP

 
    Title: Predictive modelling of pathogen and spoilage micro-organisms behaviour in egg projects
    Funding Regional funding of € 48,534
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BOARD

 
    Title: Multi-parametric PCR tools to detect and identify spore-forming bacteria in foodstuffs
    Objectives:  Development of an omic biochip-like for the detection & identification of spore-forming bacteria in food
    Beginning: 2005
    Duration: 3 years
    Coordinator: Danièle SOHIER, ADRIA Développement
    Partners: BBA, ADROuest, LUBEM, GeneSystems, AgroCampus
    Funding Regional funding from the PAO
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Shelf-life predictive modelling of pastry products

    Coordinator: Véronique HUCHET
    Funding State (Region Bretagne)
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Nutrition and health: added values in pork meat products

    Coordinator: Anne-Emmanuelle LE MINOUS
    Funding State (Region Bretagne)
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IMIBIOMER

 
    Title: Microbial ecosystem dynamics of seafood products: impact on food spoilage
    Coordinator: Véronique HUCHET
    Funding Regions Bretagne and Pays de la Loire
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EMBOSTRA

 
    Title: Assessment of the technical and financial interest of the modified atmosphere packaging of easy-to-open oysters
    Duration: 18 months
    Coordinator: Cécile Vauchez, Thaëron
    Partners: THAËRON, Pack Alim, Air Liquide, Technopole Quimper-Cornouaille, Breizpack
    Total cost: € 104,000
    Funding € 52,000 from the competitiveness cluster Valorial
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