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News of 3 November month year 2010
dispel consumer myths around added sugars, igd
efsa says networking is key to emerging risk monitoring
scientists unlock how trans fats harm arteries
weight management 2010 - the virtual conference and expo
when regulation puts the breaks on innovation
super nutrient shown to stop cancer in its tracks
when regulation puts the brakes on innovation
leaked eu dairy reform proposals divide opinion
10 free grill’d burgers just for growing a mo??
campbell’s arnott’s arm makes fairtrade pledge
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dispel consumer myths around added sugars, igd

consumers do not understand the role of sugars in the diet, according to a new report from igd that suggests food businesses can improve the information they provide to aid understanding. reducing added sugar is part of a major drive towards offering healthier food and beverage products, and the main public health messages revolve around managing energy intake and dental health. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : Codiments,Desserts,food additi
efsa says networking is key to emerging risk monitoring

expert opinion and networking will remain a key element to gathering and analysing data of emerging risks in food and feed, according to a new report by the european food safety authority (efsa). efsa’s 15th scientific report: development and implementation of a system for the early identification of emerging risks in food and feed was issued last week and aimed to review the current situation and outline the objectives, timelines and resources needed by efsa in order to build a capacity for emerging risks identification. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
scientists unlock how trans fats harm arteries

the method by which dietary trans fats cause hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) may have been identified by a new study on mice fed a high trans fat diet. the research paper, published in the journal of nutritional biochemistry, suggests that high levels of trans fats cause atherosclerosis by reducing the responsiveness of a key protein that controls growth and differentiation in cells. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : Food And Health
weight management 2010 - the virtual conference and expo

nutraingredients-usa.com will host the first virtual conference and expo dedicated to weight management, showcasing the latest trends and strategies in weight management for the food, beverage and dietary supplements industries. the live one-day event called weight management 2010 virtual conference and expo will be taking place tomorrow, thursday november 4. the conference will cover key topics from high-profile industry personalities from nestlé, unilever, the federal trade commission, packaged facts, new-york university, université catholique de louvain and university of sussex. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : Seminars,Congresses and festiv
when regulation puts the breaks on innovation

regulations are intended to protect consumers and ensure there is scientific evidence that foods placed on the market are safe and do what they say on the label. but they can also cause an innovation go-slow – at least until the european institutions agree, there is a clear route to implementation, and all the science is in place. novel foods europe\'s novel foods regulation (ec no 258/97) was introduced in 1997 and requires any food not commonly consumed in the eu prior to may 1997 to undergo rigorous safety assessment before it can be brought to market. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : Rest
super nutrient shown to stop cancer in its tracks

the second leading cause of death in the us is a preventable disease caused by a damaging diet of processed foods and poor lifestyle choices. having seen family members and friends succumb to the disease, many people view cancer as inevitable and believe there is little they can do to protect themselves from the `big c`. our body is continually under assault from rogue cancer cells that are detected and controlled by our innate immune system. more

 Source : NaturalNews.com   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : Food And Health
when regulation puts the brakes on innovation

regulations are intended to protect consumers and ensure there is scientific evidence that foods placed on the market are safe and do what they say on the label. but they can also cause an innovation go-slow – at least until the european institutions agree, there is a clear route to implementation, and all the science is in place. novel foods europe\'s novel foods regulation (ec no 258/97) was introduced in 1997 and requires any food not commonly consumed in the eu prior to may 1997 to undergo rigorous safety assessment before it can be brought to market. more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : Rest
leaked eu dairy reform proposals divide opinion

a leak of the eu commission proposals on the future of the dairy sector has split opinion between the processing and farming arms of the industry. the commission is due to publish its proposals by the end of 2010, following on from recommendations laid out earlier in the year by the high level expert group on milk. a leaked document outlining the commission proposals has now given the industry an early indication of the likely direction the reforms will take. more

 Source : foodanddrinkeurope.com   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : Dairy Products
10 free grill’d burgers just for growing a mo??

it’s that time of year again. for the fifth year in a row grill’d - the healthy burger specialist - will be offering free burgers from 9-18 november to anyone who has raised more than $40 for movember. last year grill’d gave away 32,804 free burgers worth more than $350,000 and this year grill’d believes it will top that effort and give away more than $400,000 worth of burger goodness to mo bros and, for the first time, their mo sistas (women supporting their partners in the movember cause). more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : Food And Health
campbell’s arnott’s arm makes fairtrade pledge

arnott’s, the australian biscuit business owned by campbell soup co., has pledged to buy fairtrade cocoa from west africa.the company said it would use fairtrade cocoa that “prohibits the worst forms of child labour, ensures a fair and stable price and a fairtrade premium which is reinvested back into community projects”. arnott’s did not respond to an immediate request for further comment but stephen knapp, executive director for local fairtrade organisation fairtrade australia new zealand, said the food manufacturer’s move was a “win” for cocoa farmers in west africa. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 3 November 2010   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
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