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  1. The characteristics and extent of food industry involvement in peer

    Introduction There is emerging evidence that food industry involvement in nutrition research may bias research findings and/or research agendas. However, the extent of food industry involvement in nutrition research has not been systematically explored. This study aimed to identify the extent of food industry involvement in peer-reviewed articles from a sample of leading nutrition-related ...

  2. The characteristics and extent of food industry involvement in peer-reviewed research articles from 10 leading nutrition-related journals in 2018

    Methods. All original research articles published in 2018 in the top 10 most-cited nutrition- and dietetics-related journals were analysed. We evaluated the proportion of articles that disclosed involvement from the food industry, including through author affiliations, funding sources, declarations of interest or other acknowledgments.

  3. Quantitative Analysis of Food Science Trends

    The significance of quantitative skills in the research of food science can be evaluated by its proportion (Figure 1C) in the total food science. The proportion can be expressed by the ratio of data shown in Figure 1B and Figure 1A (= number of quantitative food science papers/number of total food science papers), which is denoted as h (x) in [Eq.

  4. Quantitative Methods for Food Safety and Quality in the Vegetable Industry

    Abstract. Food industry is a sector that still needs to make important advances in the application of quantitative and mathematical tools to optimize food processes and improve productivity. This ...

  5. Quantitative food loss in the global supply chain

    1,5,7 and insights from industry ... Gatto and Chepeliev 3 filled this research gap by building a country-level FLW database across the global food supply chain for 121 countries and associated ...

  6. Food Industry and its Contribution to the Global Economy

    Research and development of newer food types and food processes are also vital in the food industry. Each category is independent in its role with food, as well as being interlinked, since there is a need to work hand-in-hand to achieve the best output for sales and distribution to the general public and to also achieve high quality food supply ...

  7. A research vision for food systems in the 2020s: Defying the status quo

    As we enter the third decade of the 21st century, the world is at a crossroads. As the Editors of the journal Global Food Security, we share our perspectives on the food security challenges that face humanity and lay out our vision and call for stronger food systems research and science in this decade. The challenges and opportunities for food ...

  8. Quantitative Methods for Food Safety and Quality in the Vegetable Industry

    Chapter "Quantitative approaches for Microbial Risk Management in the vegetable industry: Case-studies of application of Food Safety Objectives and other risk metrics in the vegetable Industry" by Augustin and Guillier defines those concepts and describes how the acceptable level of risk for produces can be translated into FSO which is then ...

  9. PDF Quantitative Methods for Integrated Food and Nutrition Security

    nce for peace and food security. Rome, FAO.Conference goal and objectivesJointly organized by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), the conference on "Quantitative Methods for Integrated Food and Nutrition Security Measurements" was an opportunity to discuss and explore innovative.

  10. Study: Food industry funding can influence research

    About 13% of research articles published in the top 10 most-cited nutrition journals in 2018 were backed by the food industry. And of those articles with food industry involvement, about 56% reported findings that were favorable to industry interests, according to a paper published in Plos One. Only about 10% of articles without food industry involvement reported findings…

  11. Integrated Qualitative/Quantitative Techniques for Food Product Quality

    However, relatively little has been written on the successful application of specific SPC tools in the food industry (Grigg et al. 1998), especially at the early stage of the product development. Though food companies reportedly make use of SPC, it has usually been used in its conventional form for a long established process with a lot of data ...

  12. Metrology, Agriculture and Food: Literature Quantitative Analysis

    Nowadays, an integrated, multidisciplinary, and interoperable approach can be seen as a modern way to research food and an innovative challenge to analyze and model agro-food systems following a holistic approach [].A great challenge is to identify a unique dimension of food-agricultural aspects in terms of quality and safety [].The recent work of Brown [], remarks how metrology remains a ...

  13. PDF Application Research: Big Data in Food Industry

    The market application trends of big data in the food industry. The main challenges to applying big data. Figure 1. Research progress of data in the food field. From 1990 to 2010, the research papers of big data on food grew at a rate of 100% every five years, and since 2010 it has grown by nearly 300% every five years.

  14. Factors influencing food consumption satisfaction and purchase

    Overall, R 2 for consumer attitudes, restaurant patronage intention, food purchase decision, food consumption satisfaction, restaurant attachment, repurchase intention and positive word of mouth in Figure 1 indicate that the research model explains 65.6%, 81.5%, 59.3%, 55.8%, 71.9%, 66.8% and 88.6% respectively, of the variance in the ...

  15. (PDF) Application Research: Big Data in Food Industry

    From 1990 to 2010, the research papers of big data on food grew at a. rate of 100% every five years, and since 2010 it has grown by nearly 300% every five years. Foods 2021,10, 2203 3 of 15 ...

  16. Food Industry Research and Development

    The basic aim of food industry research and development (R&D) is to create new products and launch them successfully on the market. Some specific aims of strategic R&D are to: reduce costs which lowers product prices; enhance sensory properties that make food more attractive; improve nutritional value to provide for dietary needs; improve food safety; add convenience; and offer greater choices ...

  17. The Use of Qualitative Analysis in Food Research and Technology

    Request PDF | The Use of Qualitative Analysis in Food Research and Technology: Considerations and Reflections from an Applied Point of View | The application of qualitative analytical techniques ...

  18. Agriculture and rural development: A quantitative analysis of

    PDF | On Jan 10, 2006, Simon Buchli and others published Agriculture and rural development: A quantitative analysis of agriculture's economic and social impacts in Swiss regions | Find, read and ...

  19. Food dyes and health: Literature quantitative research analysis

    Food dyes: an overview. Food dyes are explored as follows: i) definition and role of food dyes; ii) categorization of food dyes; iii) quantitative research literature analysis. 2.1. Definition and role of food dyes. When shopping for food, the first sensory stimuli that consumers feel is color. A long time before they smell or taste the food ...

  20. In the interest of food safety: a qualitative study investigating

    Food regulatory bodies play an important role in public health, and in reducing the costs of food borne illness that are absorbed by both industry and government. Regulation in the food industry involves a relationship between regulators and members of the industry, and it is imperative that these relationships are built on trust. Research has shown in a variety of contexts that businesses ...

  21. A Quantitative Study of the Effectiveness of Regulatory Policy in the

    explained, and its methods will be briefly presented. Research questions and hypotheses will be listed, key terms will be defined, and assumptions and limitations will be described. Chapter 2 consists of a review of the relevant literature on the theory of planned behavior, foodborne illness, food handling safety, food industry regulations, and

  22. Integrated Qualitative/Quantitative Techniques for Food Product Quality

    The approach can be further extended to integrate into the quality control and the improvement stages with more data available during those phases. 3 Corresponding author. TEL: +1 646 415 2412; EMAIL: [email protected]. 112. Journal of Food Quality 33 (2010) 112-129. DOI: 10.1111/j.1745-4557.2009.00287.x.

  23. An Introduction to Qualitative Research for Food and Nutrition

    The purpose of this article is to define qualitative research, explain its design, explore its congruence with quantitative research, and provide examples of its applications in dietetics. Also, methods to ensure validity, reliability, and relevance are addressed. Readers will gain increased knowledge about qualitative research and greater competency in evaluating this type of research. The ...

  24. The top wellness trends in 2024

    The COVID-19 pandemic made at-home testing kits a household item. As the pandemic has moved into its endemic phase, consumers are expressing greater interest in other kinds of at-home kits: 26 percent of US consumers are interested in testing for vitamin and mineral deficiencies at home, 24 percent for cold and flu symptoms, and 23 percent for cholesterol levels.