Across Europe, people lack important nutrients in their diets, which are important to health. Healthier foods are often expensive to manufacture and purchase, which can have a detrimental effect on the eating habits of those on a low income. The CHANCE project has identified a number of barriers towards healthy eating, the nutrients which are under or over consumed in those at risk-of-poverty and has developed healthy, affordable foods. Researchers also found that CHANCE products are indistinguishable from leading brand products and could compete well on the market. To find out more, read the project’s outcomes in this Food Today article, which is available online in 11 other European languages.