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This article is intended to complement an earlier article in our November 1990 issue which described the role of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food MAFF in food safety matters.
The antioxidant vitamins include C, E, A and its provitamin beta carotene. In foods they stop foods oxidising, for example, they help delay the browning process in fruits and rancidity in fats. Their role in the body lies in their relationship with free radicals. Amanda Ursell BSc, SRD explains
Stuart Price of the Hotel and Catering Research Centre, Polytechnic of Huddersfield, reviews the fast food market which ranges from local fish and chip shops and the increasing number of shops selling sandwiches to the well known franchised chains
Yvonne Justin, home economics teacher at Teign School, Kingsteignton, Devon, was recently voted ASDA Home Economist of the Year. In her submission to the judging panel she outlined a particular project she had undertaken by accepting a teacher placement within the food industry
This was the subject of The British Nutrition Foundation's annual conference this year
An award winning new food process is increasing the range of high quality long shelf life cooked foods available
John West is one of Britain's most famous and best known brands, easily recognised on any supermarket shelf, not only for its canned fish products, but also for a wide range of other canned food lines, which include fruits, in particular fruits in juice, and meats, such as corned beef. But it's...
The Panel on Dietary References Values of the Committee on Medical Aspects of Food Policy was set up in 1987 to review recommended daily amounts of food energy and nutrients for groups of people in the UK which had been produced in 1979. It has recently published its report.
The British Nutrition Foundation BNF is arranging a competition and colloquium for young research scientists to mark its Silver Jubilee in 1992. The colloquium will be held at the Royal College of Physicians in London on 7 July 1992.
1 The Energy Balance describes a computer programme produced by SNACMA in which children can learn to equate energy consumed in food and drink with energy expended in basal metabolism and physical activity. The programme has a database of 500 different foods and children are instructed to choose...
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