Nutrition News

Young want to grow their own food, says Darina – Independent.ie

Posted: Monday, June 12, 2017

“Millennials in particular are actually questioning what’s going on in the world and they want to take control over the food they eat,” Ms Allen told the Irish Independent. “They haven’t learned to cook or grow anything until now, but they don’t trust governments, multinational food companies, food safety authorities, doctors, or nutritionists to make their nutritional choices any more.

Cathy Moore column: exploring ‘functional’ food – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Posted: Monday, June 12, 2017

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> Food marketers have devised ways to attach terms and phrases that don’t really add up to much other than the public spending more money to buy it. There’s an effort by professional organizations to protect the public from false claims. The term…

The Food Stamp Program Is An Overwhelming Success. That Might Also Be Its Downfall. – HuffPost

Posted: Monday, June 12, 2017

“We saw children who don’t get to drink milk, don’t get to eat fruit, green vegetables, or meat. They live on starches ― grits, bread, Kool Aid,” the report said. “Their parents may be declared ineligible for commodities, ineligible for the food stamp program, even though they have literally nothing.”

‘It wasn’t my turn to have dinner’ haunting reminder of hunger in Mississippi – Jackson Clarion Ledger

Posted: Monday, June 12, 2017

Lynn Evans(Photo: File photo/The Clarion-Ledger) The quote in last Sunday’s story about the new UMMC anti-hunger initiative was haunting. A young child asked what she had for dinner the previous evening responded, “Last night, it wasn’t my turn to have dinner.” Feeding America has recently released its 2017 Map the Meal Gap report and, no surprise, the state with the highest percentage of both child and overall food insecurity is…

Cathy Moore column: exploring ‘functional’ food – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Posted: Sunday, June 11, 2017

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> Food marketers have devised ways to attach terms and phrases that don’t really add up to much other than the public spending more money to buy it. There’s an effort by professional organizations to protect the public from false claims. The term…

‘It wasn’t my turn to have dinner’ haunting reminder of hunger in Mississippi – Jackson Clarion Ledger

Posted: Sunday, June 11, 2017

Lynn Evans(Photo: File photo/The Clarion-Ledger) The quote in last Sunday’s story about the new UMMC anti-hunger initiative was haunting. A young child asked what she had for dinner the previous evening responded, “Last night, it wasn’t my turn to have dinner.” Feeding America has recently released its 2017 Map the Meal Gap report and, no surprise, the state with the highest percentage of both child and overall food insecurity is…

Cathy Moore column: exploring ‘functional’ food – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Posted: Sunday, June 11, 2017

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> Food marketers have devised ways to attach terms and phrases that don’t really add up to much other than the public spending more money to buy it. There’s an effort by professional organizations to protect the public from false claims. The term…

Cathy Moore column: exploring ‘functional’ food – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Posted: Sunday, June 11, 2017

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> Food marketers have devised ways to attach terms and phrases that don’t really add up to much other than the public spending more money to buy it. There’s an effort by professional organizations to protect the public from false claims. The term…

Cathy Moore column: exploring ‘functional’ food – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Posted: Sunday, June 11, 2017

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> Food marketers have devised ways to attach terms and phrases that don’t really add up to much other than the public spending more money to buy it. There’s an effort by professional organizations to protect the public from false claims. The term…

Are all processed foods bad for you? Not necessarily, say Hong Kong dietitians – South China Morning Post

Posted: Sunday, June 11, 2017

Are all processed foods bad for you? The short answer: No In a bid to eat “clean” or more healthily, the more diet-conscious among us are choosing whole, unprocessed foods over processed ones. The former, we’re told, are more nutritionally dense since they’re likely to be in as close to their natural state as possible, while the latter tend to hold less nutritional value. According to Sally Shi-Po Poon, a…

Cathy Moore column: exploring ‘functional’ food – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Posted: Sunday, June 11, 2017

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> Food marketers have devised ways to attach terms and phrases that don’t really add up to much other than the public spending more money to buy it. There’s an effort by professional organizations to protect the public from false claims. The term…

Cathy Moore column: exploring ‘functional’ food – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Posted: Saturday, June 10, 2017

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> Food marketers have devised ways to attach terms and phrases that don’t really add up to much other than the public spending more money to buy it. There’s an effort by professional organizations to protect the public from false claims. The term…

Cathy Moore column: exploring ‘functional’ food – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Posted: Saturday, June 10, 2017

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> Food marketers have devised ways to attach terms and phrases that don’t really add up to much other than the public spending more money to buy it. There’s an effort by professional organizations to protect the public from false claims. The term…

Cathy Moore column: exploring ‘functional’ food – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Posted: Saturday, June 10, 2017

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> Food marketers have devised ways to attach terms and phrases that don’t really add up to much other than the public spending more money to buy it. There’s an effort by professional organizations to protect the public from false claims. The term…

Karnataka Food safety commissioner pushes for fortified food – The New Indian Express

Posted: Friday, June 09, 2017

BENGALURU: With food fortification likely to become mandatory in the near future, Food Safety Commissioner Subodh Yadav met representatives of bulk manufacturers of wheat flour, edible oil, milk and biscuits on Saturday. This was to encourage them to make fortified food. Around 4.5 lakh children of the 59.5 lakh beneficiaries of the mid-day meal scheme in the state consume fortified rice in seven districts. This rice is packed with multiple micro-nutrients…

Local farmers will grow crops to produce food additive in Weiser – Ontario Argus Observer

Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Intrinsic Organic officials, local and state leaders take part in the official groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday near Weiser, where a company facility is already under contruction. The company will produce a dietary supplement from sunspuds, a plant related to jerusalem artichokes.

Reichel Foods Expands ReposiTrak® Food Safety Compliance … – Nasdaq

Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY, June 07, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Park City Group’s ReposiTrak Inc., the leading provider of Compliance Management and Track & Trace solutions for food and dietary supplement safety, announces today that Rochester, MN-based Reichel Foods, Inc. has implemented ReposiTrak’s Compliance Management System to automate their vendor approval program.  Reichel Foods is a leading fresh-cut healthy snack producer, offering on-the-go snacks containing apples,…

Food safety concerns over listeria stifle Hispanic-style cheese market – Medical Xpress

Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Main cheese-making steps for manufacturing Hispanic-style cheeses. Credit: Elsevier Better understanding of manufacturing steps and research on different Hispanic-style cheese varieties needed for risk analysis and prevention, say researchers in the Journal of Dairy Science Dairy foods are linked to almost one-quarter of infections caused by the food borne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes, accounting for over $700 million in healthcare costs annually in the U.S. alone. Many of these have been…

Reichel Foods Expands ReposiTrak® Food Safety Compliance Management Solution – Nasdaq

Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY, June 07, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Park City Group’s ReposiTrak Inc., the leading provider of Compliance Management and Track & Trace solutions for food and dietary supplement safety, announces today that Rochester, MN-based Reichel Foods, Inc. has implemented ReposiTrak’s Compliance Management System to automate their vendor approval program.  Reichel Foods is a leading fresh-cut healthy snack producer, offering on-the-go snacks containing apples,…

Placenta Pills: Growing trend among new moms – WTSP 10 News

Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Having a child is one of life’s most amazing milestones but a growing trend has some moms saving more than others. 10 News Reporter Liz Crawford took a deeper look at the latest craze of mothers consuming placenta after their babies are born. Like many moms, Blair Hodges was excited to welcome her second child but this time around, she wanted to be more prepared. “With my first, I got postpartum really…