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The purpose of this White Paper is to set out an integrated EU approach to contribute to reducing ill health due to poor nutrition, overweight and obesity. The Paper builds on recent initiatives undertaken by the Commission in particular the EU Platform for Action on Diet, Physical Activity and Health 1 and the Green Paper "Promoting healthy diets and physical activity: a European dimension for the prevention of overweight, obesity and chronic diseases" 2 . The last three decades have seen the levels of overweight and obesity 3 in the EU population rise dramatically, particularly among children, where the estimated prevalence of overweight was 30% in 2006. This is indicative of a worsening trend of poor diets and low physical activity levels across the EU population which can be expected to increase future levels of a number of chronic conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, stroke, certain cancers, musculo-skeletal disorders and even a range of mental health conditions. In the long term, this will result in a negative impact on life expectancy in the EU, and a reduced quality of life for many.

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The primary role of the extensive and complex modern food legislation is to protect the consumer. Providing a framework for industry and enabling free trade are secondary aims. In the EU the 2006 Regulation on nutrition and health claims made on foods was adopted in December 2006. This Regulation defines detailed lists of permitted claims with precise conditions, requires foods making claims to meet specific nutrient profiles and requires the submission of a dossier for approval of new health claims. Nutrient profiles and an initial list of existing health claims will not be agreed until January 2009 and January 2010 respectively. The uncertainty about profiles and the initial list of claims as well as the prescriptive nature of the Regulation will have a major impact, some negative but some positive, on food innovation. Worldwide legislation on nutrition and health claims continues to develop. The current paper also provides an outline of some other key pieces of European legislation that affect food innovation. However, currently, all this legislation remains in development and up-to-date information can be sought from the reference material provided.
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2008 822 2013-11-04 18:02:24
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Green Paper
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2005 636 2013-11-05 10:00:05
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Answer to questions commonly asked about oils

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2009 2144 2013-11-04 14:35:24
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Examples of Food Reformulation in UK

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2009 1273 2013-11-04 14:53:32
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Context Dietary sodium is positively associated with blood pressure, and ecological and animal studies both have suggested that high dietary sodium intake increases stroke mortality. Objective To examine the risk of cardiovascular disease associated with dietary sodium intake in overweight and nonoverweight persons. Design Prospective cohort study.
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Reformulierte Lebensmittel nachgefragt Jahressymposium der ICC ‐ Austria
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2012 882 2014-04-04 00:31:25
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Mit einer Reduktion der Salzzugabe bei Brot und Gebäck leisten die heimischen Bäcker einen wesentlichen Beitrag zur Verringerung des überhöhten Salzkonsums in Österreich und unterstützen somit die Vermeidung von Herz-Kreislaufkrankheiten.
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2011 494 2014-04-04 00:35:27
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Historie und Hintergrund Regelungen in anderen Staaten Verordnungstext und Erläuterungen Ausblick
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2009 504 2014-04-04 00:39:52
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Dieses Papier entstand auf Basis einer Zusammenfassung der Aussagen des internationalen Expertentreffens1 „Die gesundheitliche Bedeutung der Fettqualität in der Ernährung“, Barcelona, Spanien, 1. - 2. Februar 2009 und wurde im Rahmen eines von der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Ernährung initiierten Expertentreffensi am 27. März 2009 an österreichische Verhältnisse angepasst.
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2009 514 2014-04-04 01:04:40
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Frühstücksprodukte können - von vielen Konsumenten häufig unzureichend nur wahrgenommen – deutliche Gehalte an Zucker und Fett aufweisen. Mit dieser Erhebung soll untersucht werden, womit Konsumenten diesbezüglich zu rechnen haben.
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2011 1244 2014-04-04 01:07:17
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Trans-Fettsäuren sind Lebensmittelbestandteile, die natürlich im Pansen von Wiederkäuern und künstlich durch industrielle Härtungs- oder Erhitzungsprozesse entstehen. Ihr gesundheitsgefährdendes Potential wurde immer wieder kontrovers diskutiert. Wissenschaftlich gesichert ist, dass trans-Fettsäuren von allen Fetten das Herzinfarkt- und Schlaganfallrisiko am ungünstigsten beeinflussen. Sie erhöhen den Gehalt an schlechtem LDL- und erniedrigen den Gehalt an gutem HDL-Cholesterin im Blut. Ferner wird eine ungünstige Wirkung auf Föten angenommen. Eine zentrale Rolle in der Entwicklung von Allergien, Diabetes, Krebs, chronisch entzündlichen Erkrankungen und kognitiven Schwächen wird ebenfalls diskutiert, konnte aberbisher nicht einwandfrei bewiesen werden, ausgeschlossen aber auch nicht. Die Weltgesundheitsorganisationrät, die Zufuhr an trans-Fettsäuren so niedrig wie möglich zu halten. Die deutschsprachigen Ernährungsgesellschaften empfehlen, maximal ein Prozent der Energiezufuhr über Transfette zu decken (2,5g-3/Tag für Erwachsene). Eine gesetzliche Beschränkung gibt es nur in Dänemark1.
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The Dietary Guidelines for Americans [Dietary Guidelines] provides science-based advice to promote health and to reduce risk for major chronic diseases through diet and physical activity. Major causes of morbidity and mortality in the United States are related to poor diet and a seden­ tary lifestyle. Some specific diseases linked to poor diet and physical inactivity include cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, and certain cancers. Furthermore, poor diet and physical inactivity, resulting in an energy imbalance (more calories consumed than expended), are the most important factors contrib­ uting to the increase in overweight and obesity in this country. Combined with physical activity, following a diet that does not provide excess calories according to the recommendations in this document should enhance the health of most individuals. An important component of each 5-year revision of the Dietary Guidelines is the analysis of new scientific informa­ tion by the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) appointed by the Secretaries of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). This analysis, published in the DGAC Report (http://www.health.gov/dietaryguidelines/dga2005/ report/), is the primary resource for development of the report on the Guidelines by the Departments. The Dietary Guidelines and the report of the DGAC differ in scope and purpose compared to reports for previous versions of the Guidelines. The 2005 DGAC report is a detailed scientific analysis. The scientific report was used to develop the Dietary Guidelines jointly between the two Departments and forms the basis of recommendations that will be used by USDA and HHS for program and policy development.
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Acids and Cardiovascular Health - Conference Summary From the Nutrition Committee of the American Heart Association
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A Joint WHO/FAO Expert Consultation on Diet, Nutrition and the Prevention of Chronic Diseases met in Geneva from 28 January to 1 February 2002. The meeting was opened by Dr D. Yach, Executive Director, Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health, WHO, on behalf of the Directors-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the World Health Organization. The Consultation followed up the work of a WHO Study Group on Diet, Nutrition and Prevention of Noncommunicable Diseases, which had met in 1989 to make recommendations regarding the prevention of chronic diseases and the reduction of their impact (1). The Consultation recognized that the growing epidemic of chronic disease afflicting both developed and developing countries was related to dietary and lifestyle changes and undertook the task of reviewing the considerable scientific progress that has been made in different areas. For example, there is better epidemiological evidence for determining certain risk factors, and the results of a number of new controlled clinical trials are now available. The mechanisms of the chronic disease process are clearer, and interventions have been demonstrated to reduce risk.
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In May 2004, the 57th World Health Assembly (WHA) endorsed the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health. The Strategy was developed through a wide-ranging series of consultations with all concerned stakeholders in response to a request from Member States at World Health Assembly 2002 (Resolution WHA55.23). The Strategy, together with the Resolution by which it was endorsed (WHA57.17), are contained in this document.
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Dietary sodium consumption is a clear determinant of levels of blood pressure in individuals and in the population. Reducing dietary sodium consumption reduces blood pressure and would be anticipated to substantially decrease vascular risk. Furthermore, there are clear epidemiological data to define the likely magnitude of the blood pressure reductions and vascular risk reductions that could be achieved. Both legislative and voluntary strategies for reducing dietary sodium should be effective but the former would be anticipated to produce larger health benefits.
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As part of the implementation of the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health (DPAS), WHO organized a Forum and Technical Meeting entitled “Reducing salt intake in populations”. The overall objective was to develop recommendations for Member States and other stakeholders on interventions to reduce population-wide salt intake with the long term goal of preventing chronic diseases . The French Ministry of Health and the French Food Safety Agency kindly supported both the Forum and the Technical Meeting.
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The EU Platform for Action on Diet, Physical Activity and Health was established in March 2005 as one of the responses to the rising prevalence of obesity and associated health challenges across the EU. This Annual Report presents the 2008 activities and achievements of the Platform, and also examines how successfully the Platform’s members are monitoring progress. This Report was prepared for, and funded by, the Health and Consumer Protection Directorate General of the European Commission (DG SANCO). It will give an overview of Platform activities and allows Platform members and other interested stakeholders to understand the extent to which it is possible to provide a clear account of the Platform’s impact. The Platform met in plenary four times in 2008, including one joint meeting with the High Level Group on Nutrition and Physical Activity in July. Selected Platform Members also took part in a joint monitoring workshop with the High Level Group in October, and provided additional input into discussions on the salt reduction framework and governance of public private partnerships. A summary of proceedings at each of the plenary meetings is given in this report. The number of active Platform members now stands at 32 a full list of member organisations is set out later in the report.
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Food reformulation: Reformulation of foods is considered one of the key options to achieve population nutrient goals. The compositions of many foods are modified to assist the consumer bring his or her daily diet more in line with dietary recommendations. Initiatives on food reformulation: Over the past few years the number of reformulated foods introduced on the European market has increased enormously and it is expected that this trend will continue for the coming years. Limits to food reformulation: Limitations to food reformulation in terms of choice of foods appropriate for reformulation and level of feasible reformulation relate mainly to consumer acceptance, safety aspects, technological challenges and food legislation. Impact on key nutrient intake and health: The potential impact of reformulated foods on key nutrient intake and health is obvious. Evaluation of the actual impact requires not only regular food consumption surveys, but also regular updates of the food composition table including the compositions of newly launched reformulated foods.
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Trans fatty acids (TFA) are unsaturated fatty acids that have at least one double bond in the trans configuration. Some polyunsaturated TFA have a conjugated structure (e.g. conjugated linoleic acid [CLA] in milk fat), i.e. have double bonds which are not separated by a methylene group, but most have isolated (non-conjugated) double bonds. [...]
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January 1, 2006, marked the deadline for compliance with new trans-fat labeling regulations in the United States. This new regulation prompted food manufacturers to identify suitable alternatives to the hydrogenated vegetable oils that they were using in processed foods. It is apparent that a variety of alternatives are needed to provide the stability and functionality of hydrogenated vegetable oils while providing little or no transYfatty acids (TFAs). This article will explore the history of TFA, describe intake by Americans, examine regulations on TFA, and finally, present some alternatives to oils containing TFA along with the impact that these alternatives could have on the American diet. Nutr Today. 2008;43(2):46–51
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The EU Platform on Diet, Physical Activity and Health was established in March 2005 by DG Sanco to bring together key stakeholders to discuss and report on commitments on nutrition and physical activity. One of its foci was product reformulation. In May 2007, in line with WHO recommendations, DG Sanco published its EU Strategy on Nutrition Overweight and Obesity. The Strategy highlighted its intention to facilitate increased food reformulation activity across Europe. Since that time, reformulation activity has increased in Europe by both governments and the industry. Industry commitments in this area were reviewed by the third monitoring report of the EU Platform (2008) which highlighted the need for better reporting in terms of reductions being made. A Working Paper on Product Reformulation and Portion Size prepared for DG Sanco in 2009 also found that a long list of initiatives are in place, but it is difficult to get a clear picture of the extent of the action or assess the likely impact on health. [...]
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The food and cosmetic products purchased by households in the United States convey a variety of benefits that are valued by their consumers. In addition to caloric and nutrient content for sustenance, food products offer pleasing taste, aroma, texture, and appearance. Some may provide ease of preparation (microwave pizza), vitamin fortification (bread and cereal), increased feelings of status (some premium ice creams), or a wide variety of other tangible or perceived benefits. Cosmetic products, likewise, can impart to consumers a sense of well-being or status, in addition to their core functions of making the user more attractive or perhaps just more pleasant-smelling. In both of these product areas, buyers are willing to pay for all of these attributes in making their purchase decisions. [...]
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The Eurodiet project was initiated in October 1998 with the aim to contribute towards a coordinated European Union (EU) and member state health promotion program on nutrition, diet, and healthy lifestyles, by establishing a network, strategy and action plan for the development of European dietary guidelines. The project has been supported by the European Commission (DG SANCO) and coordinated by the University of Crete (Greece). Realisation of the project by the Eurodiet Steering Committee has entailed a two-year process (1998-2000) of scientific evaluation, consultation and debate: Four Working Parties composed of distinguished European academics analysed and evaluated the scientific evidence (1) on the links between health and nutrients (2) on the translation of nutrients to food-based guidelines, (3) on effective promotion of these foods and healthy lifestyles and (4) on the opportunities and barriers posed by the broader policy framework. Throughout this process expert representatives from the spectrum of interests involved in this important area of public health have been invited to participate as observers in the meetings of the Steering Committee and of the Working Parties. This consultative base and the associated debate widened with the posting of the Working Party draft reports on the Eurodiet web site (http://eurodiet.med.uoc.gr), and culminated with the European Conference held in Crete 18-20 May 2000 on Nutrition and Diet for Healthy Lifestyles in Europe : Science and Policy Implications. This Core Report presents, in brief, the outcomes of this process. It is designed to give an overview to decision makers. The evidence and reference base for this core report are presented in two parts ** : The Eurodiet proceedings, comprising the final reports of the Working Parties and the proceedings of the Eurodiet Conference The scientific papers commissioned for the Eurodiet Working Party reports. These are designed for public policy advisers and others who wish to follow-up either general issues or specific topics in greater depth. A strong theme of the Eurodiet project is the potentially enormous social and economic benefits to be gained from reducing the burden of nutritionally related morbidity and mortality in Europe. The Eurodiet reports, which are concerned fundamentally with the realisation of these benefits, offer a significant contribution to the emergent debate on nutrition policy in Europe.
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The purpose of the WHO scientific review on trans fatty acids (TFAs) was to examine the evidence generated since the 1993 Joint FAO/WHO Expert Consultation on Fats and Oils in Human Nutrition, and to inform member countries on the health consequences of TFAs consumption that have emerged since the last report was released. The new information was deemed sufficient to recommend the need to significantly reduce or to virtually eliminate industrially produced TFA from the food supply in agreement with the implementation of the 2004 WHO Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health. This goal has been accomplished in some countries and cities, by the virtual elimination of partially hydrogenated vegetable oils in the human food supply, replacing them with healthy cis-unsaturated fatty acids. The document provides the evidence base to promote discussion between the international scientific community related to nutrition and health as well as between agriculturalists, food producers, relevant health professionals, national and international food regulatory agencies, civil society and the private sector to achieve the stated goal.
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Although almost all Member States in the European Region have government-approved policies on nutrition and food safety, the burden of disease associated with poor nutrition continues to grow in the European Region, particularly as a result of the obesity epidemic, while foodborne diseases still represent a challenge for European health systems. Policy developments over the past few years indicate how to strategically adapt and renew the First Action Plan for Food and Nutrition Policy. This Second Action Plan establishes health, nutrition, food safety and food security goals and provides a coherent set of integrated actions, spanning different government sectors and involving public and private actors, for Member States to consider in their own national policies and health system governance and for international organizations to consider at the regional and global levels. Proposed actions include improving nutrition and food safety in early life, ensuring a safe, healthy and sustainable food supply, providing comprehensive information and education to consumers, integrating actions to address related determinants (such as physical activity, alcohol, water, environment), strengthening nutrition and food safety in the health sector, and monitoring and evaluating progress and outcomes. The WHO Regional Office for Europe commits to support the implementation of the Second Action Plan by raising awareness and promoting political commitment to address food- and nutrition-related health and health system challenges in Member States, and at the European and global levels; providing technical support for food and nutrition policy development, policy analysis and capacity building to Member States in the context of their specific health systems; monitoring the public health nutrition and food safety situation, assessing trends and reporting on implementation; and establishing synergies and integrating action within health systems governance on related public health services and strategies (such as physical activity promotion, alcohol consumption, noncommunicable and communicable disease prevention, and water safety). [...]
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2008 507 2013-11-05 10:24:48
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A number of approaches have been initiated by governmental and public health organizations in different countries to reduce trans-fatty acid (TFA) intakes. These have included nutrition recommendations with regard to TFAs and general nutrition recommendations regarding the selection of healthy fats, programmes to raise awareness about the adverse effects of TFAs through nutrition and health claims, voluntary or mandatory labelling of the trans content of foods, voluntary or legislated programmes to encourage or force industry to reformulate food products to remove TFAs, the promotion of health and agricultural policies that encourage the production of healthy alternatives to trans fat and finally, mandatory regulation of food standards to remove or reduce the TFA content. This paper reviews a number of initiatives to reduce the intake of TFAs underway in selected industrialized and developing countries, which serves to illustrate the merits and limitations of the available options and how the approaches that have been taken reflect local conditions.
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The Agency’s Saturated Fat and Energy Intake Programme aims to help consumers reduce their saturated fat intakes and better balance their energy (calories) intakes with their energy needs. The Programme involves working with the food industry to reduce saturated fat and energy levels where possible. The food industry periodically changes ingredients and processes and the aim of this proposal is to develop guidance to indicate the direction for these changes to achieve improved public health. This is the first public consultation to seek views on draft voluntary recommendations for saturated fat and added sugar reductions, the increased availability of smaller single-portion sizes, and increased marketing of healthier versions of a number of food products - biscuits, cakes, pastries, buns, chocolate confectionery and soft drinks. Further consultation is planned on dairy and meat products and savoury snacks.
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In spite of the existence of extensive recommendations to the public, poor dietary and lifestyle habits are still aggravating mortality and morbidity in a host of nutrition affected diseases. Lifestyle modification that encompasses healthier eating and exercise patterns remains a global challenge. New initiatives and partnerships amongst health authorities, non-governmental organisations and food manufacturers are emerging to address this. At this satellite workshop, the need to pass from theoretical recommendations to more practical tools for helping the general public by offering healthier food choices was expressed. Development of systems for nutritional evaluation of food products was discussed by reviewing the main concepts developed around nutrition profiling and dietary guidelines. For instance, the Naturally Nutrient Rich score, based on nutrient density of foods, was presented. Another example is Unilever’s Nutrition Enhancement Programme, whereby food products are compared to nutritional benchmarks derived from international guidelines. Being linked to a health indicator, such a system can also inform consumers and help them in making nutritionally sound food choices. Ultimately, the health improvements due to favourable changes in nutrient composition can be felt on a population-wide level, as illustrated by examples where countries have achieved target changes in eating patterns.
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1. The Food Standards Agency has set a target of reducing saturated fat intake among the UK population (from age 5 upwards) from a current average intake of 13.4% to below 11% of food energy by 2010. 2. Within the scope of the Biscuits, Cakes and Pastries Stakeholder Group the following areas or components can be separately considered in terms of ways in which the saturated fat levels can be reduced. • Biscuits – dough, creams, coatings • Cake – batter, creams, coatings • Pastry – puff, shortcrust 3. In the 2002 National Diet and Nutrition Survey the contribution of this sector to daily total fat intake and daily saturated fat intake was 3% and 4%, respectively, for biscuits and 4% and 4% respectively for buns, cakes and pastries (although this did not include the use of pastry in savoury products such as meat pies and pasties, sausage rolls etc.) This report will consider each of the three main product groups in turn and, where appropriate, will look at both the historic and current situations before making recommendations about what levels of reduction in saturated fat could be possible in the future. [...]
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Target Nutrient Specifications for Manufactured Products Used in School Meals. Objectives • To improve the nutritional profile of manufactured products used in school meals throughout the UK to support work under way to review nutritional standards for school meals, and to contribute to wider activity by the Agency to reduce intakes of salt and saturated fat, and to improve calorie balance. • To improve the diets and health of UK schoolchildren by making it easier for them to choose healthier options at school, thereby helping to reduce the prevalence of diet-related diseases in later life (such as diabetes and coronary heart disease).
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REGULATION (EC) No 1924/2006 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 20 December 2006 on nutrition and health claims made on foods
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Regulation (EC) N° 1924/2006 * of the European Parliament and of the Council on nutrition and health claims made on foods (hereafter “the Regulation”) was adopted on 20 December 2006. This Regulation lays down harmonised rules for the use of nutrition and health claims and contributes to a high level of consumer protection. It ensures that any claim made on a food label in the EU is clear, accurate and substantiated, enabling consumers to make informed and meaningful choices. The Regulation also aims to ensure fair competition and promote and protect innovation in the area of food. Following an informal working practice, the Commission’s Health and Consumer protection Directorate General has set up a Working Group with experts from Member States in order to examine a series of issues concerning the implementation of the Regulation, notably on the classification of claims. The Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health has approved the following conclusions at its meeting on the 14 December 2007. The present document aims to assist the interested stakeholders to better understand and to apply correctly and in a uniform way the Regulation. However, this document has no formal legal status and in the event of a dispute, ultimate responsibility for the interpretation of the law lies with the Court of Justice.
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The approaches by which reference micronutrient intakes are derived, as well as the reference intakes themselves, vary considerably across countries. Harmonisation may improve nutrition policy and eventually public health. The Network of Excellence named EURRECA (EURopean micronutrient RECommendations Aligned, http://www.eurreca.org), largely funded (2007–2011) by the European Union within the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development, aims to develop and apply a framework for systematically setting and keeping up-to-date micronutrient recommendations. With its 34 partners in 17 countries, it supports the work of EFSA and of national and regional nutrition societies, and complements EuroFIR (http://www.eurofir.net). Through aligning the basis of micronutrient recommendations across Europe, EURRECA can contribute to nutrition policy and eventually to public health.
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Micronutrient Measurements in Foods (table)
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Official SALUX brochure (Austrian version)

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Official SALUX poster (Austrian version)

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Official SALUX brochure - (Bulgarian Version)

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Official SALUX poster (Bulgarian version)

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Official SALUX brochure (Finnish version)

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Official SALUX poster (Finnish version)

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Official SALUX brochure (French version)

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Official SALUX poster (French version)

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Official SALUX brochure (English version)

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Official SALUX brochure (Italian version)

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