ILSI entities around the world publish scientific articles on original research, literature reviews and gap analyses, as well as meeting proceedings in peer-reviewed journals and publications. Not one of the 1,000+ articles that ILSI has published over the last 45 years has ever been retracted. ILSI also publishes books, monographs, white papers, other scientific reports, annual reports and newsletters.
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The Seminar look at current approaches for conducting Clinical Evaluation / Intervention Studies for Foods in India, the Importance of National Regulations, Data Requirements for Substantiation of Claim, Ethical Issues, Good Clinical Practices, Role of Stakeholders (FBOs, CROs, Regulators) in conducting Clinical Evaluation Activities and Best Practices for Conducting Clinical Evaluation.
Esta publicación sobre los granos más consumidos en la región, tiene como objetivo servir de consulta tanto para estudiantes y profesionales de las diferentes áreas de alimentos, nutrición y salud como a tomadores de decisión en lo relacionado con seguridad alimentaria. Este documento se inicia con un capítulo sobre almidón, ya que es un nutriente presente en todos los granos que determina las características de los alimentos y es un ingrediente con diferentes aplicaciones comerciales.
This updated report gives a summary of micronutrient fortification regulations in Southeast Asia, including mandatory and voluntary fortification programs, and regulations for fortification and health claims.
Before this version, the report was first published in 2011 and revised in 2020.
This overview gives an excellent introduction to analysing NIAS. It considers non-harmonised FCMs, highlighting various FCMs and their unique requirements for analysis of migrants (IAS (Intentionally Added Substances) or NIAS). It presents background information on different test conditions for the different FCMs and why the standard tests used for plastics outlined in the Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 (14 January 2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food) are inappropriate in some instances for many non-harmonised FCMs.