The Global Access to Nutrition Index (ATNI) 2021 would not have been possible without the generous support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office, and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DGIS).
The Global Index 2021 was produced by the Access to Nutrition Initiative (ATNI) team, consisting of: Aline Kwizera, Aurélie Reynier, Babs Ates, Bo-Jane
Woods, David Jerome, Efi Chatzinikolaou, Elena
Schmider, Estefania Marti Malvido, Fiona Kirk, Inge
Kauer, Julia Llados i Vila, Marije Boomsma, Mark Wijne,
Martina Asquini, Nadine Nasser, Osien Kuumar, Paul
Vos, Sameea Sheikh, Will Sharp, and Yade Cosgun;
and ATNI consultants: Amanda Berhaupt-Glickstein,
Katy Cooper, Minqi Wang, and Rachel Crossley
The ATNI team drew on the expertise and advice of the
ATNI Expert Group, whose close engagement throughout
the ATNI development process has been a source of
invaluable guidance, and this report benefited greatly
from their input.
The views expressed in this report, however, do not
necessarily reflect the views of the group’s members or of
Elizabeth Dunford and Fraser Taylor of The George Institute for Global Health (The George Institute), conducted the Product Profile assessment for the 16 companies in this 2020 Index and the analysis of changes in the nutritional profile of packaged food and beverage products from 11 large companies in India over a three year period for the Access to Nutrition Initiative.
Innova Market Insights (Innova), a commercial knowledge supplier for the Food and Beverage industry, provided product composition data.
Development 73BIT, a British IT developer, set up the online data platform used to collect and process company data. It also developed automatic scoring sheets and reports that fed into the scorecards.
Kummer & Herrman
Kummer & Herrman based in the Netherlands, design for identity, website and reports.
Studio September based in the Netherlands, website development.
Ketchum, an integrated communications agency in Germany, is ATNI’s public relations partner for this index.
WRENmedia, a UK communication company did the language and copy editing of the report and scorecards.