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News of 10 December month year 2010
convincing consumer benefits are key to biotech success, dalli
germany develops rapid detection systems for food allergens
iron status may be link in degenerative diseases
leatherhead’s top food and drink trends for 2011
rapporteur’s dismay at ‘sloppy’ food info agreement
gmo canola contaminates majority of land on organic farm
italy funds regional agricultural project for four countries
general mills reduces sugar in cereals
gm canola contaminates organic farm
house folds food safety reform into budget bill
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convincing consumer benefits are key to biotech success, dalli

the biotech industry needs to convince consumers of the benefits of gm and nanotechnology and foster transparency and dialogue with the public, says health and consumer protection commissioner. speaking at an event hosted by europabio yesterday, john dalli said that industry needs to step up its efforts to deliver technologies and products that are being demanded. “innovation needs to be in tune with the broad values of society and adequately match the demands of eu citizens… “it is clear that our society will only accept biotechnologies – and in particular their new applications – when their benefits, or potential benefits, are plain for all to see, clearly expressed and readily understandable”. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Rest
germany develops rapid detection systems for food allergens

german researchers are aiming to develop rapid detection systems to identify allergenic substances in foodstuffs, according to a workshop on analytical methods for allergen detection staged in berlin this week. organised by the federal institute for risk assessment (bfr) and the federal institute for risk assessment (bfr), the workshop provided a forum to share progress on ways of detecting allergenic materials in food stuffs. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Rest
iron status may be link in degenerative diseases

eating purple fruits like blueberries and drinking green tea may help to prevent diseases including alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis and parkinson’s, according to a new review. the study, published in archives of toxicology, suggests the majority of debilitating illnesses are, in part, caused by poorly-bound iron, which may lead to the production of dangerous toxins, called hydroxyl radicals, which react with cells and tissues in the body and lead to degenerative diseases. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Food And Health
leatherhead’s top food and drink trends for 2011

ten trends will dominate the uk food and beverage industries next year, predicts leatherhead food research. it identifies the 10 trends as: reformulations and stealthy reductions, sustainability, health and wellness, riding out the recession, ever-expanding tastes, provenance, small indulgences, frozen foods, convenience and obesity. “trends such as sustainability and reformulations fit together well as it’s all part of an overarching move towards companies becoming more transparent with their consumers and fulfilling consumer demands to move back to simplicity in terms of packaging and ingredients listings,” a spokeswoman for the market intelligence department at leatherhead food research organization told foodnavigator. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Rest
rapporteur’s dismay at ‘sloppy’ food info agreement

the probability of the council of ministers and the european parliament reaching agreement over food information legislation looks slimmer than ever, indicates rapporteur renate sommer, as the ministers did not take on board many of the points meps were in favour of. the parliament voted on its first reading position in june. amongst the points that found favour was the preference for guidance daily amount (gda) style labelling instead of a colour-coded scheme. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Rest
gmo canola contaminates majority of land on organic farm

just as many in the natural health community have been saying for years, a recent report out of australia explains that genetically-modified organisms (gmo) are fully capable of spreading to and contaminating nearby non-gmo and organic crop fields. in the first case of its kind in australia, an organic farmer may sue the creator of a variety of gmo canola that has invaded his fields and contaminated at least two-thirds of them. more

 Source : NaturalNews.com   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Rest
italy funds regional agricultural project for four countries

enhancing food security in central america 10-12-2010 italy funds regional agricultural project for four countries a young woman in honduras harvesting coffee beans from a home garden. 10 december 2010, rome - an fao regional agricultural project funded by the government of italy will enable el salvador, guatemala, honduras and nicaragua to achieve higher food security levels through improvements in the commercialization of farm products, the agency announced today. more

 Source : fao.org   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Rest
general mills reduces sugar in cereals

us food manufacturer general mills has said it has reduced sugar in cereals advertised to children by an additional 8% during 2010. the big g manufacturer said it has achieved sugar reductions of 14% on cereals advertised to children since 2007, with some cereals reduced as much as 28% during the period. the company said that a year ago it committed to reduce sugar in all big g cereals advertised to children under 12 to “single-digit levels of grams of sugar per serving”. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Grains,Cereals And Oil Seeds a
gm canola contaminates organic farm

a west australian organic farmer has found genetically manipulated (gm) canola seeds contaminating nearly two thirds of his arable land. australian organic standards mandate zero tolerance for any gm so he will consider suing for financial loss, the first case of its kind in australia. steve marsh says he used test strips to identify the seeds of gm canola which have blown more than 1.5 km inside his boundary and contaminated about 220 hectares. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Rest
house folds food safety reform into budget bill

the us house of representatives has folded the food safety modernisation bill into a spending bill to fund the us government. the house passed the spending bill by a 212-206 margin on wednesday (8 december) and the senate is expected to consider it over the next few days. the food safety modernisation act will give the food and drug administration (fda) increased powers to order food recalls and increase inspections of food processing facilities. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 10 December 2010   Category : Food And Health
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