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To provide a nutrition science counterpart to evidence-based medicine (EBM) and underpin nutrition policy.
To examine the opportunities for information technology, food technology, biotechnology, and nuclear technology (for new crops), alongside traditional technologies to enhance human nutrition and health
The linkage of the food, nutrition and environmental sciences, to address questions of sustainability and food security.
Chair: Professor Benjamin Caballero IUNS Council thanked Cristina Tirado for her hard work on the Task Force during 2013-7 including the organisation of symposia and special lectures to raise awareness of climate change issues and to promote integration of nutrition into international and national policies on climate change. Benjamin Caballero has been appointed to take […]
To define a process for developing internationally useful, adaptable Dietary Quality (DQ) Indicators. These indicators must be useful for action. To use food balance or other information to evaluate DQ based on an appropriate range of intake of specific foods. To identify ways in which DQ could be improved in various environments, including agricultural and […]
INFOODS is the International Network of Food Data Systems. It was established in 1984. It is a worldwide network of food composition experts aiming to improve the quality, availability, reliability and use of food composition data. INFOODS also stands as a forum through which international harmonization and support for food composition activities can be achieved and advocated. INFOODS is organized into several regional data centers with a global coordinator.