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SUBJECT: cuivre; molibdeno; produit en conserve; foods; substance nutritive minerale
POSTED TO: Food Surveillance Information Sheet (United Kingdom)
World Health Organization et al. [2002-11]
Although diet structure and activity throughout the developing world have shifted drastically over the past several decades, little is known about effective policies to influence the supply and demand for food to control the undesirable effects, such as obesity, heart disease and cancer, of those shifts. Two questions specifically need to be addressed: a) Are the traditional policy leve ...
SUBJECT: drug consumption; international food policy research institute; red meat; leisure activities; beef production
Renison, S. [11oct2007]
Alimentos funcionales, prebióticos, bióticos, simbióticos, diet, ligth, livianos, sin colesterol, con Omega 9, sin grasas trans, sin azúcar, con menos grasa, buenas y malas, la nueva generación de alimentos ;modificados; irrumpe en un mercado cada vez mas desorientado. Lo que hay que saber para no comer del plato equivocado
SUBJECT: aliment sante pour homme; low fat foods; aliment de regime; health foods; alimentos sanos
POSTED TO: El Federal (Argentina) [1668-284X]
Petyushev, N.N. et al. 
Technological scheme of dry mashed potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) production in the form of dried riced potatoes, potato flakes and potato granules was analysed. Technology of dry mashes potato production in the form of potato flakes including the following production steps was presented: washing and destining; potato peeling; first inspection for the removal of tainted tubers; trimming on the ...
SUBJECT: traitement; belarus; foods; procesamiento; produit alimentaire
POSTED TO: Kartofelevodstvo (Belarus) [0134-9740]
Determination of relationship of rheological properties and water absorbtion with Iranian Bread quality and optimization of them
Gheybi, Farzad et al. 
Food standardization is one of the first steps in waste reducing programbread as a basic food, requirs a standard. The standard of bread could have some aspects such as flour ( that be used for bread baking) that can be measured by farinograph as a usual cereal analytical instrument. This project was done to obtain the farinograph factors effecting flat bread quality and determining of factors ...
SUBJECT: lavash bread; foods; chemicophysical properties; rheological properties; iran republique islamique
Miskolci, S.,Mendelova Univ. [jul2011]
Agri-food systems in the Czech Republic are currently undergoing a profound transformation toward high-value products. Consumer preferences and willingness to pay for the food quality was evaluated. Special attention was given to the evaluation of consumer preferences for health aspects of the food. The consumers' relative preferences toward the different dimensions of a product's quality are ...
SUBJECT: consumer surveys; aliment sante pour homme; health foods; innocuite des produits alimentaires; prix
POSTED TO: Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis (Czech Republic) [1211-8516]
Williams, Melissa et al. [2006-09]
Functional foods have been the topic of considerable interest in the food and nutrition industry for years, but the term currently lacks a common definition. A practical definition adopted here includes products, in food or drink form, that influence specific functions in the body and thereby offer benefits for health, well-being, or performance beyond their regular nutritional value. Th ...
SUBJECT: table salt; advertising; allergies; sugars; market information
Bonilla-Chacín, María Eugenia et al. [2013-03]
To raise awareness among policymakers and health practitioners about unhealthy diets, this document examines dietary patterns in selected Latin American countries using household surveys. The analysis shows that a large percentage of households in the countries examined have inadequate diets. Not only are calorie intakes higher than recommended to maintain a healthy weight, but the diets are a ...
SUBJECT: lipids; sweeteners; income growth; sucrose; foods
Nutrition Interventions for the Most Vulnerable and Access to Humanitarian Supplies : Progress and Prospects
World Bank et al. [2011-06-03]
This report relates to the food security pillar of the declaration on Development by G20 Leaders of the G20 Seoul Summit. It responds to a request from Brazil, Canada, France and Japan (co-facilitators on Food Security), on behalf of the co-chairs of the G20 Development Working Group. It contributes to Food Security Pillar Action 2 - the mitigation of risk associated with food insecurity ...
SUBJECT: basic health; iodine deficiency; protein; remittances; access to food
Action Plan for the Provision of Vitamins and Minerals to the Tanzanian Population through the Enrichment of Staple Foods
World Bank [2012-01]
The United Republic of Tanzania has a severe vitamin and mineral deficiency problem. Every year deficiencies in iron, vitamin A and folic acid cost the country over US$ 518 million, around 2.65 % of the country's GDP. Beyond the economic losses, vitamin and mineral deficiencies are a significant contributor to infant mortality, with over 27,000 infant and 1,600 maternal deaths annually ...
SUBJECT: baking; iodine deficiency; vitamin b12; health sector; social marketing