Umsetzung von National Food Policy im United Kingsdom - durch Food Standard Agency - FSA.   - www.food.gov.uk     ---- www.eatwell.gov.uk

Childhood Obesity - Plan of Action (UK Government 18.08.2016)  (link bei Royal Society for Public Health)

- Reports, position statements and annual reports of the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) - link

British Nutrition Foundation (website)  (wikipedia)

IOTF (Phil James)

Tim Lang (2006) - Dietary Goals - Food Industry Commitments
(Infos über Tim Lang -  )  (Tim Lang - Food Miles)

(Nutrition Policy - 2008)

Lang, T et al.:   A Food Brexit: time to get real, University Sussex, 2017  (download) ⇔  link bei www.eurekalert.org 16.07.2017

FSA fordert Ernährungsindustrie auf April 2010-(Infos)  (Presse Healthy Pub-Meldung) kleinere Portionen; (kleinere Limonaden-Dosen; Snack-Packungen usw. Salzreduktion (Studie Verständnis Salz-Kennzeichnung in der Bevölkerung) (Presse-Info) Fettgehalt-Reduktion  weniger Zuckerzusätze 

The Food Standards Agency carries out a varied programme of work on nutrition, including practical initiatives, such as the Cooking Bus, and research to support our policy and campaigns.

 The details of our day-to-day work on nutrition, including policy, business and our research programme are set out below.

 

See our eatwell website for consumer advice on healthy eating.

Nutrition News

Agency’s fish advice takes account of sustainability

 

Thursday 17 September 2009

Agency advice on children's lunchboxes

 

Monday 17 August 2009

More about Nutrition

Healthy catering

Guidance for caterers|Practical tips for caterers|Working with catering businesses for healthier choices

Schools

Food competences for young people|Teaching tools|Food handling, preparation and serving in the classroom |School council network|Advice for school governors

Community

Let's Cook!|Food and cookery clubs|Get Cooking!|Sheila McKechnie Award

Using the eatwell plate

About the plate|Guidelines for use and reproduction of the eatwell plate model|How the eatwell plate differs from 'The Balance of Good Health' plate

Salt

Salt timeline of key events|Salt reduction targets |Industry activity|Dietary sodium levels surveys|British Meat Processors Association guidance|Effects of reducing salt in processed food on the population's salt intake - the salt model

Advertising to children

FSA Chair's letter to Ofcom: December 2006|FSA delivers response to Ofcom consultation|Nutrient profiling|Food promotion and children Action Plan 2004

Signposting

Independent signpost evaluation study|Supporters of FSA's approach to signpost labelling|Retailers, manufacturers, importers/suppliers and service providers that use signpost labelling|Breakfast cereal research|Timeline of signposting scheme development|Signpost labelling research|Board agrees principles for front of pack labelling|Technical guidance|Front of label tracking survey|Signposting policy review

Folic acid fortification

Consultation on Options to increase folate intakes of young women

Saturated fat and energy

Industry action|Saturated fat and energy intake programme|Saturated fat consumer awareness campaign|Trans fats

Nutrition research

Research programmes funded by the Agency

Nutrition research, go

Nutrition committees

Expert groups that advise the Agency

Nutrition committees, go

Nutrition publications

Leaflets to download on a range of nutrition topics

Nutrition publications, go

Nutrition links

External websites with useful information on nutrition

Nutrition links, go

 

Untergruppierungen - 

 

Expert Group on Vitamins and Minerals (EVM)

www.food.gov.uk/multimedia/webpage/vitandmin/

 

The Expert Group on Vitamins and Minerals (EVM) was set up in 1998 to evaluate the safety of all the vitamins and minerals essential to health plus those currently available as food supplements or used in fortified foods.

EVM was made up of 11 members including scientists and representatives of consumer organisations and industry.

The group carried out a detailed toxicological review, including thorough risk assessments, with particular reference to safety for long-term use. As part of their drive to make their working methods as open as practically possible, the agenda, minutes, draft scientific reviews of each nutrient, and other working papers from each meeting were made available on this website throughout the process.

Observers attended meetings and comments and data were invited from both individuals and groups. In August 2002, a draft report was published giving all those interested in the work of the committee 12 weeks to comment.

There were 103 responses and EVM met in February 2003 to discuss these and finalise the report.

Publication of the final EVM report, which provides invaluable information for health professionals, and is essential reading for the food industry, academics and anyone who takes supplements, completes the work of the EVM.

You can read the report as a pdf or order a copy of Safe upper levels for vitamins and minerals: report of the expert group on vitamins and minerals ISBN 1-904026-11-7 for £19.95 by contacting:

Food Standards Agency Publications

tel 0845 606 0667

email foodstandards@eclogistics.co.uk

Erratum for safe upper levels for vitamins and minerals

Please note the following errors in the final report:

Part 3 - Selenium

Page 239, line 4, 0.005 mg/kg bw/day should read 0.0075 mg/kg bw/day.

Part 4 – Potassium

Page 299, occurrence in food, food supplements and medicines

All units in the first paragraph should read g/kg and not mg/kg.

Related links

Safe upper levels for vitamins and minerals Report of the Expert Group on Vitamins and Minerals (pdf version)

(pdf 1MB)

 

cot.food.gov.uk/pdfs/vitmin2003.pdf

 

More about the EVM

More information on the EVM, including details of its work and its terms of reference.

Meetings of the Expert Group on Vitamins and Minerals

 

A list of meeting dates, minutes, and agendas of EVM meetings.

www.food.gov.uk/multimedia/webpage/vitandmin/evmmeetings/

 

Order or download the final report

This is the most comprehensive review of the safety of vitamins and minerals undertaken in Europe to date. The process involved an assessment of more than 10,000 pieces of evidence on any harmful effects associated with each vitamin and mineral including an examination of international research.

Reviews and other papers

Individual detailed reviews of the vitamins and minerals under consideration by the EVM and other information papers used in the EVM's meetings.

EVM Press releases

Press releases of the EVM. EVM Press Releases issued before April 1 2000 are in the Archive section of this website.

Final report of the EVM

The final report of the Expert Group on Vitamins and Minerals has made recommendations on 31 vitamins and minerals.

 

Related links

Animal Toxicity Studies

Download pdf (pdf 11KB)

Annex 1 to Vitamin B6 revised Annex 1 to EVM/00/19 Revised

Download pdf (pdf 22KB)

Antioxidants In Food The MAFF Research Programme On Antioxidants In Food

Download pdf (pdf 25KB)

Assessment of Scientific Information Assessment Of Scientific Information

Download pdf (pdf 12KB)

Chemical Contaminants In Dietary Supplements Chemical Contaminants In Dietary Supplements

Download pdf (pdf 16KB)

Consultation Of The Final Report Of The Expert Group Consultation Of The Final Report Of The Expert Group

Download pdf (pdf 17KB)

Current Usage of Vitamin and Mineral Supplements Current Usage Of Vitamin And Mineral Supplements (VMS) In The UK

Download pdf (pdf 34KB)

Review of Beta Carotene Review Of Beta Carotene

Download pdf (pdf 408KB)

Review of Biotin Review of Biotin

Download pdf (pdf 289KB)

Review of Boron Review of Boron

Download pdf (pdf 269KB)

Review of Calcium Review Of Calcium

Download pdf (pdf 338KB)

Review of Chromium Review of Chromium

Download pdf (pdf 100KB)

Review of Cobalt Review Of Cobalt

Download pdf (pdf 163KB)

Review of Copper Review of Copper

Download pdf (pdf 353KB)

Review of Copper - Additional Consideration Of Animal Data Review of Copper - Additional Consideration Of Animal Data

Download pdf (pdf 78KB)

Review of Fluoride Review Of Flouride

Download pdf (pdf 46KB)

Review of Folic Acid Review Of Folic Acid

Download pdf (pdf 449KB)

Review of Germanium Review of Germanium

Download pdf (pdf 182KB)

Review of Iodine Review Of Iodine

Download pdf (pdf 323KB)

Review of Iron Review of Iron

Download pdf (pdf 575KB)

Review of Magnesium Review of Magnesium

Download pdf (pdf 135KB)

Review of Manganese Review Of Manganese

Download pdf (pdf 274KB)

Review of Molybdenum Review Of Molybdenum

Download pdf (pdf 95KB)

Review of Niacin Review of Niacin

Download pdf (pdf 275KB)

Review of Nickel Review of Nickel

Download pdf (pdf 249KB)

Review of Pantothenic acid Review of Pantothenic acid

Download pdf (pdf 277KB)

Review of Phosphorous Review of Phosphorous

Download pdf (pdf 132KB)

Review of Potassium Review of Potassium

Download pdf (pdf 280KB)

Review of Riboflavin Review Of Riboflavin

Download pdf (pdf 287KB)

Review of Selenium Review of Selenium

Download pdf (pdf 335KB)

Review of Silicon Review Of Silicon

Download pdf (pdf 175KB)

Review of Sodium Chloride Review Of Sodium Chloride

Download pdf (pdf 313KB)

Review of Thiamin Review of Thiamin

Download pdf (pdf 261KB)

Review of Tin Review of Tin

Download pdf (pdf 2MB)

Review of Vanadium Review Of Vanadium

Download pdf (pdf 152KB)

Review of Vitamin A Review Of Vitamin A

Download pdf (pdf 349KB)

Review of Vitamin B12 Review Of Vitamin B12

Download pdf (pdf 338KB)

Review of Vitamin B6 Review Of Vitamin B6

Download pdf (pdf 380KB)

Review of Vitamin C Review of Vitamin C

Download pdf (pdf 280KB)

Review of Vitamin D Review of Vitamin D

Download pdf (pdf 252KB)

Review of Vitamin E Review of Vitamin E

Download pdf (pdf 328KB)

Review of Vitamin K Review of Vitamin K

Download pdf (pdf 235KB)

Review of Zinc Review of Zinc

Download pdf (pdf 277KB)

Statement on Sulphur Statement on Sulphur

Download pdf (pdf 53KB)

 

Das „Foresight-Amt“ Goverment Office for Science (der britischen Regierung) hat die Aufgabe der Regierung zu helfen systematisch über die Zukunft(sentwicklungen) nachzudenken „Our role is to help government think systematically about the future” www.bis.gov.uk/foresight (als „Daten für Taten“)

Das Foresight project “Global Food and Farming Futures”, das nun beendet ist (Feb 2011)

beschreibt wie sich die Welternährungslage in der Zukunft entwickeln kann, und wie die Poltik auf die Herausforderungen reagieren sollte.

Dazu gib es nicht nur den Abschlußbericht (final report) und die Vorschläge welche politischen Aktionen (Actionplan) empfohlen werden, sondern auch eine Vielzahl von dazu gehörenden wissenschaftlichen Dokumentationen; Reports and publications www.bis.gov.uk/foresight/our-work/projects/current-projects/global-food-and-farming-futures/reports-and-publications

So wird der Zustand der globalen Welternährungssituation dokumentiert, und welche Herausforderungen sich ergeben (evidence and challenges)

13 Synthese Reports und die Challenges

Modell Vorstellungen – abhängige Variablen (input – jetzt drivers) für globale Welternährungslage

Studien zu den Drivers – und weiteren Aspekten – wie Situation in Afrika

sowie 56 State of science reviews (SR)