The objective of the study was to analyse the intake of food and nutrients in Irish teenagers using the Irish Universities Nutrition Alliance (IUNA) National Teens’ Food Survey 2006 and compare it against the Food Safety Authority of Ireland FSAI Healthy Eating Guidelines that were released in 2011.
Over the past decade, the importance of nutritional status has been increasingly recognized in a variety of morbid conditions including cancer, heart disease, and dementia in people over the age of 65 (Wells and Dumbrell, 2006).
Standing for Flavours, Additives and Food Contact Materials Exposure Tool, the FACET software is the culmination of over five years’ work in collaboration with partners from industry, government and academia across Europe.
Creme Global’s collaboration with Food Drink Ireland (FDI), culminated in the launch of a new report titled FDI Evolution of food and drink in Ireland 2005 -2017. The report shows the decreases in sugar and saturated fat in Irish diets between 2005 and 2017 as a result of voluntary undertakings by food and drink companies.