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The Cancer Nutrition Consortium works to promote and better understand the importance of food and nutrition to positive medical outcomes of cancer treatment and recovery.

Our Mission

The Cancer Nutrition Consortium recognizes the importance of food and nutrition to positive medical outcomes of cancer treatment. Our recipes and recommendations incorporate a wide range of insights. Key among them is that they can be adopted at home to make life easier for patients to achieve optimal health during cancer treatment by providing nourishing, great-tasting meals and protein shakes.

How the Consortium Started

The consortium began through a series of discussions about the issues patients face during cancer treatment, particularly difficulties getting proper nutrition. With many contributors, the initial research study was made possible with the generous support of Jeremy M. Jacobs, and the Bruce and Marsha Moskowitz Foundation.

Our Chefs

Adi Goldberg, MS
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Chef Michael Tangen
Mayo Clinic Cancer Center
Chef Tracey Taylor
The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins
Chef Orlando Ramos
New York University Langone’s Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center

CNC Seal of Approval

Thanks to research conducted by the Cancer Nutrition Consortium and our partners the “CNC Seal of approval” was created. Nutritional products displaying this seal have met the Consortium’s rigorous taste and nutritional requirements / standards.

The Cancer Nutrition Consortium, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation organized in the State of Florida. We have been approved as a tax-exempt, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) by the Internal Revenue Service.