Food Allergy: From Thresholds to Action Levels
Reading, United Kingdom 9/13/2012 - 9/14/2012
Organized by ILSI Europe in collaboration with The Food Allergy Research & Resource Program (FARRP), ILSI North America, The University of Nebraska and ILSI Japan
Workshop on “Food Allergy: From Thresholds to Action Levels”
Reading, UK 9/13/2012 - 9/14/2012
Organised by ILSI Europe in collaboration with : The Food Allergy Research & Resource Program (FARRP)ILSI North AmericaThe University of NebraskaILSI Japan
ILSI IFBiC Plant Composition Workshop
Washington, DC 9/13/2012 - 9/15/2012
The ILSI International Food Biotechnology Committee (IFBiC) hosted this workshop to identify and address topics related to plant composition from a scientific perspective.
ILSI Europe Seminar on Assessing Safety of Water Used in the Production of Fresh Produce
Stockholm 8/30/2012 - 8/30/2012
Supported by the ILSI Europe Emerging Microbiological Issues Task Force
7th Seminar & Workshop on Nutrition Labeling, Claims and Communication Strategies
Bangkok, Thailand 8/29/2012 - 8/31/2012
Organized by ILSI SEA Region & Thailand Country Committee
VI Fórum de Discussões sobre Alimentos Fortificados e Suplementos
24 de agosto de 2012 - Hotel Noum, Brasília - DF. 8/24/2012 - 8/24/2012
International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting Symposia
Providence, Rhode Island 7/22/2012 - 7/25/2012
ILSI North America has organized two symposia and a roundtable at the 2012 IAFP Annual Meeting. Presentations now available online!
2012 Food, Nutrition & Safety Program and Mid-Year Meeting
7/11/2012 - 7/11/2012
The ILSI North America Food, Nutrition and Safety Program (FNSP) was held in Washington, DC, and combined presentations on topics of current interest with reports on the progress of new and ongoing projects since the annual meeting in January.
Marker Initiative in Nutritional Research Workshop
Lisbon, Portugal 6/27/2012 - 6/29/2012
Organised by Multiple ILSI Europe Task Forces
Fortification Workshop: New findings and implications for vitamins and minerals
ILSI North America Offices 6/21/2012 - 6/21/2012
In an environment of over-consumption, it is of great interest that Americans simultaneously fail to meet the Dietary References Intakes (DRIs) for many nutrients. Fortification is a way to supplement intakes of the population at large without having to rely on consumer choice. The Forticiation Committee's workshop will provide attendees with an improved understanding of the value of fortification and the success of current fortification efforts and practices. Additionally the workshop will address the potential future role of fortification in nutrient adequacy, which includes benefits and risks.