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In 2008, a proposal for assessing the risk of induction of skin sensitization to fragrance materials Quantitative Risk Assessment 1 (QRA1) was published. This was implemented for setting maximum limits for fragrance materials in consumer products….
Authors: Anne Marie Api, David Basketter, James Bridges, Peter Cadby, Graham Ellis, Nicola Gilmour, Helmut Greim, Peter Griem, Petra Kern, Alain Khaiat, John O’Brien, Thomas Rustemeyer, Cindy Ryan, Bob Safford, Benjamin Smith, Matthias Vey, Ian R. White
Publication date: 17/10/2020
For improving human health, reformulation can be a tool as it allows individuals to consume products of choice while reducing intake of less desirable nutrients, such as sugars and fats, and potentially increasing intake of beneficial nutrients such as fibre. The potential effects of reformulating foods with increased fibre…
Authors: Canene-Adams K, Laurie I, Karnik K, Flynn B, Goodwin W, Pigat S
Publication date: 07/01/2022
The present study examined fruit juice intake and total energy and nutrient intakes according to juice consumption or non-consumption in participants in the National Dietary and Nutrition Survey Rolling Programme 2014–2016 in the UK (n = 2723) and the Individual and National Study on Food Consumption 2006–2007 (n = 4079) in France. Total…
Authors: Mary R. Dicklin, Rebecca Barron, Shellen Goltz, Janet Warren, Thomas Boileau, Sandrine Pigat, Kevin C. Maki
Publication date: 17/02/2022
In this publication, we demonstrate the feasibility of employing a rapid and cost-effective online survey approach to gather habits and practices for Southeast Asia, specifically Singapore. We describe the methodology and display the type of habits and practices data that can be gathered through this approach. Although certain limitations…
Authors: Siti Amelia Juraimi, John O’Brien, John Hirsh, Adam Tan, Joshua Teo, Alain Khaiat, Kim Long Yeo, Benjamin P.C. Smith
Publication date: 01/04/2023
This study presents a data-driven approach for classifying food safety alerts related to chemical and microbial contaminants in dairy products using the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) and the World Health Organization (WHO)’s Global Environmental Monitoring System (GEMS) food contaminants databases….
Authors: Gopaiah Talari, Rajat Nag, John O’Brien, Cronan McNamara, Enda Cummins
Publication date: 15/01/2024
The study objective is to assess the extent of agreement between a self-administered and an interviewer-administered 24-hour dietary recall in Russian adults and school-aged children using an adaptation of a web-based 24-hour recall tool….
Authors: Pigat S, Soshina M, Berezhnaya Y, Kryzhanovskaya E
Publication date: 16/08/2023
Consumer exposure to cosmetic ingredients is estimated in a tiered manner. Simple Tier1 deterministic aggregate exposure modelling generates a worst case estimate of exposure. Tier1 assumes that a consumer uses all cosmetic products concomitantly daily, at maximum frequency, and products always contain the ingredient at the maximum allowed %…
Authors: Sarah Tozer, Camilla Alexander-White, Ripal Amin, Françoise Audebert, Catherine Barratt, John O’Brien, Tim Burke, Dagmar Bury, Hermine Dika Nguea, Myrto Dimopoulou, Sarah Farahmand, Sabrina Fritz, Elisabeth Gerber, Arianna Giusti, William Goodwin, Taryn Kirsch, Victor Oreffo, Cronan McNamara
Publication date: 01/09/2023
The objective of the present study was to evaluate the contribution of voluntary fortified foods and supplements to reducing micronutrient shortfalls in the UK population. A secondary analysis of the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey was conducted (2012/13–2013/14, N 2546, 1·5–95 years). Micronutrient intakes were derived from food…
Authors: Julia K. Bird, Rebecca Barron, Sandrine Pigat and Maaike J. Bruins
Publication date: 23/06/2022
Conventional culture-based techniques are largely inadequate in elucidating the microbiota contained in an environment, due to low recovery within a complex bacterial community. This limitation has been mitigated by the use of next-generation sequencing (NGS)-based approaches thereby facilitating the identification and classification of both culturable and uncultivable microorganisms. Amplicon…
Authors: Dechamma Mundanda Muthappa, Sakshi Lamba, Sathesh K. Sivasankaran, Ankita Naithani, Noel Rogers, Shabarinath Srikumar, Guerrino Macori, Amalia G.M. Scannell, and Séamus Fanning
Publication date: 11/07/2022
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