Poster competition _ eurofir food forum 2016

The competition was open to any original scientific research providing it meets the required format and could be categorised under one of the three topics (see below).

Abstracts were submitted and candidates that were successful were asked to develop their abstracts into posters for presentation at the Food Forum symposium. Data recovery free There also were awards for the best abstract and poster in each of the three following categories, based on scientific content and presentation: 1. Database vs spreadsheet Food composition information, food packaging and labelling

• Versele V., De Backer M., Van Puyvelde., Nicolas G., Slimani N., Huybrechts I., Compilation and evaluation of a European nutrient database extension of methyl-group donors ( keywords: Methyl-group donors, Nutrient database, Evaluation) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Maesen S., ter Braak A., Lamey L., The Impact of Adding and Removing a Health Symbol on Product Performance: Evidence from a large-scale natural experiment ( keywords: Front-of-pack food labelling, Health Symbol, Food purchases) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Maillot M., Braesco V., Darmon N., The SENS (Système d’Etiquetage Nutritionnel Simplifié), adapted from the French SAIN,LIM nutrient profiling system, classifies foods into 4 ordered classes ( keywords: nutrient profiling, SAIN, LIM, European Regulation) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Sivakumaran S., Sivakumaran S., Huffman L., McGhie T., Drummond L., Comparison of three methods for total vitamin C analysis for Zespri® SunGold Kiwifruit, Actinidia chinensis var. Database name sql chinensis ( keywords: Vitamin C methodology, kiwifruit, sample preparation) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Bastide N., Logier D., Deolarte F., This H., Recipe calculation: How to handle variability and uncertainty? ( keywords: recipe, variability, uncerstainty) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Durazzo A., Camili E., Sette S., D’Addezio L., Marletta L., Dietary Supplement Label Database development: approach description and preliminary results ( keywords: Dietary supplement, Database, Labelling) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Martinez Burgos M.A., Moreno Martinez A., de Victoria Carazo I.M., Torregosa Y., Almendros M., Alonso O., Berruezo R., Rojas M., Updating the Spanish Database Food Composition (BEDCA): Implementation of the version 2.2 – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Lombardi Boccia G., Lucarini M., d’Evoli L., Aguzzi A., Gabrielli P., Camili E., Characterising bioactive food compounds (in vitro and in vivo), Recipe data base: a tool for the development of food policy guidance ( keywords: database, meat dishes, recipe) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Durazzo A., Lisciani S., Camili E., Marconi S., Gabrielli P., Gambelli L., Aguzzi A., Gambelli L., Lucarini M., Marletta L., Nutrient and antioxidant contribution of some traditional Italian recipes to our diet ( keywords: Traditional Italian Dishes, Nutritional Composition, Antioxidant Properties) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Maillot M., Braesco V., Darmon N.,In nutritionally adequate diets, the frequency of consumption of foods from the 4 SENS* classes follows a hierarchical progression, from Class-1 (high frequency) to Class-4 (low frequency). Database management *Système d’Etiquetage Nutritionnel Simplifié ( keywords: Nutrient profiling, Consumption frequency, Portion size) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Maillot M., Darmon N., Validation of the hierarchical classification of food by the SENS* nutrient profiling system using nutritionally adequate diets designed with individual diet modelling. Data recovery miami *Système d’Etiquetage Nutritionnel Simplifié ( keywords: Diet modelling, Nutrient profiling, Food labelling) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Maillot M., Braesco V., Darmon N., Relevance of the nutrient profiling SENS* system in relation to the overall nutritional quality of observed diets. H2 database viewer *Système d’Etiquetage Nutritionnel Simplifié ( keywords: nutrient profiling system, diets, nutritional quality) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Durazzo A., Manzi P., An overview of antioxidant properties in heat-treated milk ( keywords: industrially heat-treated milk, antioxidant properties, unsaponifiable fraction) – click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

• Gotcheva V., Angelov A., Blagoeva G., Production of bioactive conjugated linoleic acid isomers by lactic acid bacterial strains from Bulgarian fermented products ( keywords: bioactive conjugated linoleic acid, lactic acid bacteria, bulgarian fermented products) click here to read the abstract (EuroFIR Members only – after log in)

We are pleased to announce that Nutritics – Professional Nutrition Analysis Software, sponsored this year’s poster competition.


Database replication The winners of each of the three categories won free annual individual membership to EuroFIR AISBL as well as a Nutritics research licence. The overall winner for the best poster across all three categories received an Apple Ipad. Database record The winners are:

Ms Vickà Versele (Faculty of Health Care, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Odisee, Ghent, BE) for her poster on Compilation and evaluation of a European nutrient database extension of methyl-group donors.

Authors: Vicka Versele (Faculty of Health Care, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Odisee, Ghent, Marlène De Backer (Faculty of Education, Health and Social Work, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, HoGent, Belgium), Heleen Van Puyvelde (Faculty of Education, Health and Social Work, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, HoGent, Belgium), Geneviève Nicolas (Dietary Exposure Assessment Group, International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France), Nadia Slimani (Dietary Exposure Assessment Group, International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France), Inge Huybrechts (Dietary Exposure Assessment Group, International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France).

Dr Matthieu Maillot (MS Nutrition, FR) for his poster on Validation of the hierarchical classification of food by the SENS* nutrient profiling system using nutritionally adequate diets designed with individual diet modelling. Data recovery certification *Système d’Etiquetage Nutritionnel Simplifié.

Authors: Dr Matthieu Maillot (MS Nutrition, France), Véronique Braesco (VAB-Nutrition, Clermont-Ferrand, France), Nicole Darmon (UMR NORT INRA/INSERM/AMU, Marseille, France).

“ Nutritics provides modern nutrition analysis software to educational institutions, research centres, healthcare sites, and the food industry. Database programs The software is cloud based so data can be accessed from any location, and intuitive use is ensured by their in house design and development team. Raid 1 data recovery Core features include a dietary assessment module and report generator, a meal plan creator, a recipe analysis system, and advanced energy requirement and energy expenditure calculation. Database 2016 Nutritics uses Eurofir food data supplemented with industry data, and is currently available in over 80 countries and 5 languages”.

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