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soy, fibre, and nuts important for lowering ‘bad cholesterol’

... david jenkins, research chair in nutrition and metabolism at the university of toronto, a team of researchers conducted a study from june 2007 to february 2009 ... over six months, 351 adults with high cholesterol were told at doctor visits to follow either a vegetarian diet, or a low-fat diet focusing on low-fat dairy, whole grain cereals, fruit and vegetables ... both groups increased fibre and cut back on saturated fats ... the study found that a diet of plant-based fat and protein such as soy, fibre, and nuts did better at lowering levels of ldl than a diet low in saturated fats such as low fat dairy ... those who followed diets rich in soy, nuts, and plant sterols, reduced their ldl levels by an average of 14% over the six months more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 24 August 2011   Category : Dried Foods
russia lifts final restrictions on eu fruit and veg imports

... russia today lifted import requirements for fresh fruit and vegetables from the european union imposed in the wake of the e ... coli outbreak in may that killed 46 people and sickened almost 4,000 ... the european commission welcomed the announcement and said it would learn the lessons from the outbreak that was eventually confirmed as being caused by fenugreek sprouts seeds imported from egypt into germany ... “the decision implements the political agreement reached between presidents barroso and medvedev on 10 june, elaborated with concrete implementation during my visit to moscow on 22 june,” said health and consumer policy commissioner john dalli ... that agreement provided, among other things, that the temporary certification system introduced for the imports of fresh eu vegetables would be applied up to 10 days after no new human case linked to e ... “ import ban moscow initially banned the importation of fresh fruit and vegetables from the eu on 2 june following the outbreak in germany ... the commission slammed the move as “disproportionate” and hammered out a high-level agreement eight days later to replace the ban with a temporary certification system ... coli 0104 outbreak in france, the european food safety authority (efsa) established a link between the two incidents and the fenugreek seeds from egypt ... the ec then banned the import and sale of fenugreek seeds imported from one egyptian exporter between 2009 and 2011 ... it also said that imports of some types of egyptian seeds and beans for sprouting are suspended until october 31 more

 Source : foodanddrinkeurope.com   Date : 9 August 2011   Category : food industries Economic
half portions to count towards ‘five-a-day’

... half-portions of fruit and vegetables in processed and other composite foods will count towards the target of ‘five-a-day’ under a new uk industry scheme ... members of the uk food industry, including coca-cola, greencore, heinz, innocent, pepsico, and united biscuits, in addition to the british nutrition foundation, the food and drink federation, together with supermarkets wm morrison, marks and spencer, and tesco, agreed to the new guidelines which aim to help consumers increase their intake of fruit and vegetables ... the guide, published by igd, (which can be found here ) provides a set of principles for businesses to communicate the fruit and vegetable content of composite food products that contribute half, one or more of the five portions consumers are recommended to eat or drink each day ...composite foods are an important source of fruit and vegetables in the diet ... labelling the number of portions in composite foods helps consumers increase their five-a-day intake and encourages food businesses to add more fruit and vegetables to their products,” said joanne denney-finch, igd chief executive ... denney-finch added that igd research shows that 46 per cent of shoppers expect to buy more products that contribute to their five daily portions of fruit and vegetables over the next 12 months ... “under the auspices of igd a working group consisting of nutritionists from the food industry, trade associations and ngos has agreed these guidelines which help consumers to do just that,” she said ... guidelines as part of the new voluntary code, industry members have agreed limits to the amount of sugar, salt and saturated fat allowed in a composite food labelled as contributing to your five-a-day – a move which they say will to help move consumers towards a healthier and more balanced diet more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 1 August 2011   Category : Fruits And Vegetables
food supplements left out in the cold by uk dietary survey

... supplements can help make up widespread dietary 'five-a-day' fruit and veg shortfalls professor david richardson, the scientific adviser at the uk council for responsible nutrition (crn), said food supplements could help bridge many nutritional gaps ... “eating a healthy, balanced diet is the best way to achieve appropriate intakes of vitamins and minerals,” he said ... “however, the uk ndns continues to demonstrate areas of nutritional concern, and population groups at risk include the elderly, women at various life stages, children and adolescents ... messages about the importance of a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle should continue to underpin nutrition advice given to the public, but much more could be done to give consistent advice regarding the role of food supplements so that they form part of the strategic advice for dietary intervention for vulnerable groups and can contribute beneficially to help control costs of healthcare and promote health and quality of life ... ” “suboptimal intakes and deficiencies of micronutrients such as vitamins a and d, the b vitamins folate and riboflavin, and the mineral iron are common, and in many cases the likelihood is that nutritional problems relate to multiple nutrient deficiencies and suboptimal intakes ... ” supplements support graham keen, executive director of the health food manufacturers' association (hfma) agreed, noting only one third of adults were meeting fruit and vegetable five-a-day targets – much less for children ... “this new survey by the department of health confirms what we have been saying all along, that basic guidelines, such as consuming adequate levels of fruit and vegetables every day, are being ignored by the majority of the population,” he said ... ” richardson added that while the doh survey and recommendations did little to promote supplements use, the position was far from unanimous ... “the uk government and health professionals already recognise the need for the use of food supplements in certain targeted population groups,” he said more

 Source : foodanddrinkeurope.com   Date : 25 July 2011   Category : Food And Health
uk food industry welcomes doh dietary survey findings

... the uk food and drink federation (fdf) has welcomed a nutrition and dietary habits survey published this week by the uk government which found positive shifts in key areas including trans-fat consumption levels ... the report that found adult eating habits in areas like fruit and vegetables were much healthier than those of children, recorded trans-fat consumption among all age groups as 0 ... responding, uk food and drink federation (fdf) director of food safety and science, barbara gallani, said:“the survey shows there are now very low level of trans fats in our diets, less than half of the government’s recommendations, which clearly indicates how effectively the industry has responded to this public health requirement by voluntarily reformulating products ... ” “it is also positive to note that average fruit and vegetable consumption is approaching five portions a day and we look forward to working with the government in the next phase of the responsibility deal to help make it even easier for consumers to eat more fruit and vegetables ... 2 portions of fruit and vegetables per day and older adults (4 ... that meant 30% of adults and 37% of older adults met the five-a-day recommendation ... 1 portions, and only 13% meeting the target, while girls of the same age consumed 2 ... "younger children's eating habits are improving, with parents taking positive steps to give their kids a healthier diet with fewer sweets, fizzy drinks, chocolate, and also switching them to high-fibre cereals ... comparing this survey with the previous survey in 1997, younger children (age 4-10) appear to be switching to high-fibre breakfast cereals from non-high-fibre cereals, eating more fruit and vegetables, and less confectionery and soft drinks more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 22 July 2011   Category : Food And Health
ec backs fruit and vegetables with media campaign in wake of 'e-coli crisis'

... the european commission is today launching a multimedia campaign as part of its €210m compensation package to support beleaguered european fruit and vegetables growers, processors and retailers still reeling from the 'e-coli crisis' ... ec ups ante to defend european fruits and vegetables after the e ... coli 104 h4 outbreaks killed 48 people in germany and sickened about 4000, with a host of culprits from cucumbers to tomatoes named before egyptian fenugreek sprouts were fingered as the most likely source and subsequently banned in the european union’s 27 member states ... the ec campaign includes an av package that will be published this afternoon and include supportive comments from ec commissioner dacian ciolos as well as comments from traders and farmers and background information ... a print press campaign promoting the healthiness and safety of european fruit and vegetables will get a staggered launch in the 27 member states over the next three days ... “in recent weeks, this crisis forced farmers to dispose of perfectly safe vegetables left to rot by concerned consumers,” the ec said ... however the solution can only come from consumers re-introducing fruits and vegetables into their daily diet more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 19 July 2011   Category : Food And Health
foodpro 2011 even larger than anticipated

... as the biggest and most complete exhibition yet, more than 320 foodpro exhibitors will fill five halls of the sydney convention and exhibition centre, darling harbour, equating to more than 22,000 square metres ... “since its inception in the 1960s, foodpro has become the most influential and comprehensive food manufacturing event in the australasian region, and is much anticipated by the food and beverage processing industry ... “visitors recognise foodpro as an invaluable opportunity to view the latest showcase of products and ideas from the cream of the food manufacturing business suppliers ... extraordinarily cost effective, it enables exhibitors and attendees alike to make face-to-face contact while appreciating the full breadth of their respective industry sectors,” he said ... foodpro 2011 has assembled the most concentrated convergence of the industry’s most powerful ideas and product showcases including newest food manufacturing industry trends as well as the latest in food and beverage processing machinery, services, technical products, ingredients, flavourings, additives, food safety, micro-biology and testing equipment, packaging, handling, storage, transport, plant equipment, hygiene, water and waste systems, and much more ... this paramount exhibition presents equipment and inspiration to cater to industries from meat and dairy to confectionery and baking, seafood to fruit and vegetables, beverage, soft drink and juice, even the brewing, wine and spirit industries ... foodpro 2011 will be co-located with the 44th annual australian institute of food science and technology (aifst) conference which will be concerned with how food science and technology, including food production and processing, influences food choices more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 28 June 2011   Category : Rest
eu farmers seek further compensation following e. coli outbreak

... the federation on tuesday (21 june) welcomed mep calls to increase funds for eu fruit and vegetable producers hit by the e ... coli crisis under the proposed eu compensation package and called for the commission and farm minsters to act quickly ... “fruit and vegetable growers have suffered greatly during this crisis, with losses estimated at eur400m per week ... we sent a letter to committee chairman paolo de castro outlining our demands and calling for producers to be 100% compensated for their losses ... if other products have been affected and producers can prove this, they should also be compensated ... ” the federation is also calling for promotional measures to be activated immediately, before autumn, as it is currently the height of the season for fruit and vegetables, and it is “vital to act now to restore consumer confidence” ... “the timing of this crisis could not be worse for producers and if the eu does not act now, losses will be devastating, causing more growers to go out of business,” emphasised pessonen more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 23 June 2011   Category : food industries Economic
just-food's research round-up

... this week's batch of reports includes a two-part look at commodities and in particular the factors behind the volatility in prices and forecasts for the years ahead ... elsewhere, the reports include a look at the top 100 confectionery companies worldwide, the use of omega-3 in food and drinks sold in the us and a swot analysis of uk retailer sainsbury's ... agricultural commodities - part 1: general operating environmentthis first part of this report investigates the general operating environment underpinning price movements and volatility ... how do factors including population, energy consumption, currency volatility and government policy impact agricultural commodities prices, and what lessons can be learnt? agricultural commodities – part 2: present performance and future prospectsthe second part of this report examines present and future prices for key food inputs like wheat, corn, rice, cocoa, sugar, soy and milk ... what, if anything, can the industry do to mitigate potentially catastrophic price volatility for food inputs? top 100 confectionery companies (global)using a unique method of analysis, each of the global top 100 confectionary companies is individually assessed and ranked against each other and compared to industry averages ... omega-3 foods and beverages in the us, 3rd editionaccording to this report, three factors indicate that another boom for omega-3-enhanced products is on the horizon: 1) an ongoing release of scientific studies supporting the health benefits of consuming omega-3, 2) innovative product introductions, and 3) strong consumer awareness and demand ... j sainsbury plc - swot analysisthis swot analysis examines the company’s key business structure and operations, history and products, and provides summary analysis of its key revenue lines and strategy ... top 100 consumer food manufacturers (global)using a unique method of analysis, each of the global top 100 consumer food manufacturers is individually assessed and ranked against each other and compared to industry averages more

 Source : just-food.com   Date : 20 June 2011   Category : Rest
city malnutrition drops as more affordable fruit and vegetables available

... an fao urban horticulture programme in the five main cities of the democratic republic of congo has taken a bite out of chronic malnutrition levels in urban areas and created a surplus with a market value of over $400 million ... the programme, started as a response to mass urban migration following a five-year conflict in the eastern drc, now assists local urban growers to produce 330 000 tons of vegetables annually ... less than 10 percent of the vegetables produced by the project are consumed by beneficiaries ... the remainder, constituting more than 250 000 tons of produce, is sold in urban markets and supermarkets, for up to $4 a kilo for the major vegetables produced: tomatoes, sweet peppers and onions ... 5 million people live in the five cities concerned -- kinshasa, lubumbashi, mbanza-ngungu, kisangani and likasi -- out of the drc's total population of around 68 million ... 4 million fao urban horticulture programme, financed by belgium and implemented by the ministry of rural development since 2000 with strong support from municipal committees, translate to around 28 ... 6 kilos of vegetables a year per city-dweller ... "this programme has increased per capita daily intake of micronutrients: different types of greens, tomatoes, potatoes, carrots and other vegetables, and as such is enormous help in the fight against malnutrition, especially amongst children and breast-feeding women in cities," said remi nono-womdim, fao agricultural officer ... 60 000 jobsas well as food, the programme has also helped provide employment and income for 16 000 small-scale market gardeners, all linked in to the programme and to 60 000 people more that form the links in the horticulture chain from field to table ... the fao project in the drc is a flagship model of how to help cities grow their own nutrients and micro-nutrients to keep pace with growing demand ... with the fastest growing cities situated in the developing world, vegetable growing in towns, cities, suburbs and shanty towns is essential to improving nutrition and food security in poor countries more

 Source : fao.org   Date : 10 June 2011   Category : Fruits And Vegetables
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