The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of protein is 0.8g of protein per kilogram of body weight. But Rob Wildman of the International Protein Board (IPB) believes the system needs changing, specific to different dietary functions.
From revamped regulations in New Zealand and India to controversy surrounding infant formula brands in APAC and a supplement firm in China, this month's regulatory review covers the latest news on ingredient, advertising and manufacturing laws in...
New Zealand's Commerce Commission has granted the Infant Nutrition Council (INC) authorisation to extend advertising and marketing restrictions to include infant formula products for children up to one year of age.
The International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation surveyed Americans on their comprehension of the labeling of dairy and dairy alternatives. About three-quarters were not confused on whether a product did or did not contain cow’s milk.
Irish farmer’s groups have added their voices to growing dissent among European milk suppliers, claiming that some producers in the country potentially face an entire year of financial loses unless regulations are reformed.
Low-carb foods continue to pose a major threat to grain-based food
producers, but bakers are not taking the challenge lying down.
Indeed, one grain-users association in America, the market hardest
hit by the low-carb phenomenon, has...