• Assuring quality medical nutrition support for patients at home

    Don't miss ESPEN-ONCA-MNI Joint Session 2019 & listen to outstanding experts on the matter!
    2 September 2019 - ESPEN Congress - Krakow, Poland

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  • MNI Grant 2019

    The winner will be announced at ESPEN Congress 2019
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  • Home parenteral nutrition may improve patients' quality of life

    Read MNI questions & answers for more information

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  • MNI Summary Booklet Medical Nutrition

    Key facts and figures on malnutrition and value and effects of medical nutrition

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Welcome to MNI – the Medical Nutrition International Industry association

MNI – the Medical Nutrition International Industry association – is the voice of the medical nutrition industry at international level. 

We represent companies providing solutions for nutritional therapy: Oral Nutritional Supplements (ONS), Enteral Tube Feeding (enteral nutrition via the gastrointestinal tract), and Parenteral Nutrition (intravenous feeding) - as well as other actors operating in the medical nutrition market, such as ingredients and medical devices for nutritional care.

MNI works to achieve better care through better nutrition, across all ages and healthcare settings.

Factsheet on Medical Nutrition

Infographic on Disease-Related Malnutrition

Medical Nutrition Dossier & Summary Booklet

Watch our animated video on cost-effective benefits of ONS

With approximately 4000 experts expected this year, the ESPEN Congress 2019 is the natural home of the ESPEN-ONCA-MNI joint session featuring Optimal Nutritional Care for All.

Putting the patient at...

The adoption of the ISO standard 20695 is a much-needed landmark. It will provide a unique set of rules at global level for enteral feedings devices and will strengthen safety of patients.

Intravenous feeding (read “parenteral nutrition”) may be a life-saving therapy for patients with different illness conditions that cannot meet their full nutritional needs only through oral or enteral...