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There are some nutrition professionals in Taiwan who have a general conception that processed foods are not healthy, or even unsafe, which has led to consumer misunderstandings about processed foods. To decrease these misunderstandings, ILSI Taiwan held 3 workshops in Taipei (northern Taiwan), Taichung (central Taiwan), and Tainan (southern Taiwan), providing basic courses on food processing and food additives in September, 2017.
The symposium will share the international as well as the United States of America’s approaches and processes on food additive safety assessment, risk communication, harmonization and partnership in regulatory development, as well as technical barriers to trade in relation to food additives.
The symposium features international and local experts with the objective to share their knowledge and experience with local stakeholders. This will be beneficial in future strategic development in managing food contact materials to strengthen consumer confidence in food safety.
ILSI Taiwan held a press conference on Healthy Aging and Sarcopenia in conjunction with its International Conference on Healthy Aging and Sarcopenia on April 7, 2017. Conference speakers, branch leadership, and reporters from print, online, TV and radio media participated the event. The purpose of the press conference was to raise awareness of preventing Sarcopenia among the elderly in Taiwan.
The symposium featured experts from China, Japan, New Zealand, the European Union, the United States, and locally, who were speaking on updates in standard development, implementation, and enforcement, as well as other best practices related to processing aid substances.