The Center for Health and Nutrition Research is funded by the Vitamin Case Consumer Settlement Fund, which was established using funds paid to settle the State of California's anti-trust lawsuit over price fixing by six vitamin manufacturers that controlled 80 percent of the world´s vitamin market. A major goal of the Center is to promote the health of Californians by identifying the roles of California fruits, vegetables and nuts in providing vitamins and other phytochemicals that can lower the risk of chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease. Full Summary
The Staff of the CHNR is committed to nutritional programs that further the health of all Californians. The focus of our foundation is providing research opportunities and outreach programs designed to improve health. Follow the links below to learn more about us and how we can help you.
The primary mission of the Center for Health and Nutrition (CHNR) is to enhance the ability of California researchers to investigate relationships between food components and human health and wellness. Our overall goals are accomplished through a wide variety of research, dissemination, and outreach activities. Follow the link below to view our accomplishments detailed in our progress report for 2010.