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  mobile phones - the new tool for food safety  

the uk food standards agency (fsa) is piloting a new, roll-with-the-times, scheme designed to alert food enforcement officers to potential food hazards while out in the field. the fsa is launching a free subscription service that will send text messages containing details of agency food hazard warnings (fhw) direct to environmental health officers' and trading standards officers' mobile phones. the text message will highlight the urgency of the warning, the product name, and details of where the full version of the food hazard warning can be found on the fsa's website. david statham, director of enforcement, said: "this pilot scheme is intended to allow greater convenience and accessibility for food enforcement officers working out in their local communities. by enabling information to be targeted direct to mobile phones, food enforcement officers will be able to respond quickly to alerts and deal with any problems on the ground." food hazard warnings alert local authorities to any problems associated with food and, in some cases, they provide details of any specific action which needs to be taken by a local authority. they are often issued in conjunction with a product withdrawal or recall by a manufacturer, retailer or distributor.


    Source :Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch     Date : 29  August   2002    Category : Food And Health


eu: upper intake limits for vitamins and minerals

in anticipation of final approval by the european parliament of the proposed directive relating to food supplements, the european union scientific committee on food (scf) has issued it's first opinions regarding the tolerable upper intake limits (ul) of vitamins and minerals. uls are the maximum level of total chronic daily intake of a nutrient judged to be unlikely to pose adverse health effects. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 29 August 2002   Category : Food And Health
online food trade to triple by 2006

signs that european industries are gaining confidence on the internet were evident this week when a new report released by forrester research projects that online trade will account for 22 per cent of all european business trade in 2006. according to the report, at the end of 2001 online trade revenues totalled €77 million, the equivalent of less than one per cent of total business trade in the eu. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 29 August 2002   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
safety in supermarkets

the importance of food safety was emphasised this week when us supermarket chain giant food announced that it has launched an internal program to focus on re-emphasising the importance of food safety by ensuring that all of its store associates sign a food safety pledge. the program incorporates the four fight bac! messages: clean; separate; cook and chill. these practices protect perishable foods and prevent food borne illness. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 29 August 2002   Category : Food And Health
soy in youth gives adult a boost

a combination of eating soy foods on a regular basis during adolescence together with a regular intake during adulthood could signficantly reduce the risk of breast cancer, according to a new study of asian-american women released this week. scientists at the keck school of medicine, university of southern california carried out a study on asian-american women who consumed soy foods on a weekly basis during their teen years and adulthood. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 29 August 2002   Category : Grains,Cereals And Oil Seeds a
stable figures for glanbia

cheese and nutrition remains a focus for irish food ingredients company glanbia but difficult international dairy markets had a negative impact on the financial year, the company confirmed in a statement this week that accompanied its interim results. "glanbia has delivered a solid performance in the first half of 2002 in what were extremely difficult international dairy markets," said john moloney, group managing director. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 29 August 2002   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
wessanen:us market under pressure

dutch food company wessanen reported sales of €1,449.5 million for the first half of 2002. net sales remained close to figures for last year's first half, while ebita decreased to €36.6 million from €43.2 million in the same period a year ago. european activities through tree of life europe produced satisfying results, although us operations were disappointing, said the company. mac zondervan, chairman of the executive board, said: "as we announced in february, the results for the first half-year have been clearly influenced by the divestment of our us dairy companies, gfi, and our participation in campari. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 29 August 2002   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
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