NutriSusFood starts, a project funded by the Italian Ministry for Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies within the European JPI-HdhL funding, relating to the European Systemic “Knowledge Hub”, included in the international partnership of 42 research groups from eight European countries. The goal is to make agricultural production resilient and more sustainable, identifying future food consumption scenarios, to ensure nutritional adequacy in the various stages of life. The coordination will be of the Food and Nutrition Research Center of the Council for Research in Agriculture and Analysis of the Agricultural Economy (Crea), in collaboration with the Research Centers of Cereal and Industrial Crops, Genomics and Bioinformatics and Policies and Bioeconomy of Crea. The project will last three years and will promote new balanced food consumption models with a low environmental impact. A focus will be dedicated on population groups vulnerable to nutritional deficiencies, to propose a consumption model containing foods with higher nutritional quality.