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With total production of fats and oils increasing by over 40 percent in the last 10 years, reaching estimated volumes of 215 million tonnes for the 17 major edible fats and oils in 2020, “the role of CCFO remains pertinent … demand for fats and oils is expected to continue to rise … and a great deal remains to be done,” he said. (...) Francesco Branca, WHO, spoke of his organization’s commitment to eliminate industrially produced trans fat by 2023 in order to achieve healthier populations. (...) “Increasing demand for healthier fats and oils, the need to ensure authenticity in addressing various other challenges including climate change, change in food systems, production in new geographical locations and technological advancements are all likely to keep CCFO busy,” said Minister Jamaluddin.  
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Score: 1246087.9 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/en/c/1444791/
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With total production of fats and oils increasing by over 40 percent in the last 10 years, reaching estimated volumes of 215 million tonnes for the 17 major edible fats and oils in 2020, “the role of CCFO remains pertinent … demand for fats and oils is expected to continue to rise … and a great deal remains to be done,” he said. (...) Francesco Branca, WHO, spoke of his organization’s commitment to eliminate industrially produced trans fat by 2023 in order to achieve healthier populations. (...) “Increasing demand for healthier fats and oils, the need to ensure authenticity in addressing various other challenges including climate change, change in food systems, production in new geographical locations and technological advancements are all likely to keep CCFO busy,” said Minister Jamaluddin.  
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Score: 1246087.9 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/jp/c/1444791/
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With total production of fats and oils increasing by over 40 percent in the last 10 years, reaching estimated volumes of 215 million tonnes for the 17 major edible fats and oils in 2020, “the role of CCFO remains pertinent … demand for fats and oils is expected to continue to rise … and a great deal remains to be done,” he said. (...) Francesco Branca, WHO, spoke of his organization’s commitment to eliminate industrially produced trans fat by 2023 in order to achieve healthier populations. (...) “Increasing demand for healthier fats and oils, the need to ensure authenticity in addressing various other challenges including climate change, change in food systems, production in new geographical locations and technological advancements are all likely to keep CCFO busy,” said Minister Jamaluddin.  
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Score: 1246087.9 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/tr/c/1444791/
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With total production of fats and oils increasing by over 40 percent in the last 10 years, reaching estimated volumes of 215 million tonnes for the 17 major edible fats and oils in 2020, “the role of CCFO remains pertinent … demand for fats and oils is expected to continue to rise … and a great deal remains to be done,” he said. (...) Francesco Branca, WHO, spoke of his organization’s commitment to eliminate industrially produced trans fat by 2023 in order to achieve healthier populations. (...) “Increasing demand for healthier fats and oils, the need to ensure authenticity in addressing various other challenges including climate change, change in food systems, production in new geographical locations and technological advancements are all likely to keep CCFO busy,” said Minister Jamaluddin.  
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Score: 1246087.9 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/pt/c/1444791/
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Food-based dietary guidelines - Líbano FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Guías alimentarias basadas en alimentos Antecedentes Regiones Recursos Desarrollo de capacidades África Asia y el Pacífico Europa América Latina y el Caribe Cercano oriente América del Norte Food-based dietary guidelines - Lebanon Official name The Food-Based Dietary Guideline Manual for Promoting Healthy Eating in the Lebanese Adult Population Publication year The guidelines for the Lebanese adult population were launched in 2013.  (...) The crown/foliage of the cedar is divided into 6 food groups, in the following order from top to bottom, with the respective serving sizes and associated messages: Top: solid fats, oils, sugar and salt (Limit Consumption) Middle: low-fat milk and dairy (3 servings per day); lean meats, eggs, legumes and unsalted nuts and seeds (5-6.5 servings per day); fruit (2 servings per day) and vegetables (2-3 servings per day) Bottom: cereals (at least 6 servings per day with at least half of the servings being whole grain) The trunk of the cedar features a glass of water denoting consumption of safe water (around 8-12 cups per day). (...) Messages Enjoy and maintain a healthy body weight Be physically active every day Eat a variety of nutritious foods every day for a balanced diet Eat cereals, especially whole grains, as the basis of daily meals Enjoy more fruit and vegetables daily Consume legume-based dishes regularly and enjoy some unsalted nuts and seeds Consume low-fat milk and dairy products every day Consume at least two servings of fish, including fatty fish, every week Consume lean red meat and poultry Limit intake of sugar, especially added sugar from sweetened foods and beverages Limit intake of solid fats and replace with vegetable oils Limit intake of table-salt and high-salt foods Drink plenty of safe water every day Eat safe food Filtrar por país - select - Emiratos Árabes Unidos Irán Líbano Omán Qatar Food guide The Lebanese Cedar Food Guide Country resources Downloadable materials The Food-Based Dietary Guideline Manual for Promoting Healthy Eating in the Lebanese Adult Population The Food-Based Dietary Guideline Manual for Promoting Healthy Eating in the Lebanese Adult Population  (in Arabic) Links FAO country profile Contact institution Ministry of Health Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences, American University of Beirut Contacto Términos y condiciones Alerta de estafa Reportar mala conducta Empleo Adquisiciones Órganos rectores Oficina del Inspector General Evaluación Oficina Jurídica Oficina de Ética Departamentos y oficinas de la FAO Oficina Regional para África Oficina Regional para Asia y el Pacífico Oficina Regional para Europa y Asia Central Oficina Regional para América Latina y el Caribe Oficina Regional para el Cercano Oriente y África del Norte Oficinas subregionales X Síguenos en                                    Descarga nuestra App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1239916.6 - https://www.fao.org/nutrition/...guidelines/regions/lebanon/es/
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“Our goal of eliminating trans fats by 2023 must not be delayed.” Fifteen countries account for approximately two thirds of the worldwide deaths linked to trans fat intake. (...) Note to editors: Industrially produced trans fats are contained in hardened vegetable fats, such as margarine and ghee, and are often present in snack food, baked foods, and fried foods. (...) To achieve a world free of industrially produced trans fats by 2023, WHO recommends that countries: develop and implement best-practice policies to set mandatory limits for industrially produced trans fats to 2% of oils and fats in all foods or to ban partially hydrogenated oils (PHO); invest in monitoring mechanisms, e.g. lab capacity to measure and monitor trans fats in foods; and advocate for regional or sub-regional regulations to expand the benefits of trans fat policies.
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Score: 1236336.3 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...armful-trans-fat-in-their-food
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CHILE - 7/10 adults in Chile = obese and overweight - Labelling system: calories, saturated fat, sodium and sugar - Aim: deliver simple and clear info + promote reformulation of products by industries + lower exposure to marketing for children food - 2017: 6 out of 10 consider the black logos in their purchase decisions - Observed decrease in sugar notably in cereals - Next challenges: more impact evaluation + uniform criteria + support schools to have a healthy environment for children. (...) SWEDEN - Nordic keyhole – it is voluntary - Also used in Norway and Denmark - It has been used for 30 years (since 1989) - It takes into account positive components and negative components. o Note: focused on fat quality more than fat content: olive oil can have the keyhole. - Sweden more focused on research behind the keyhole, not communication around logo. (...) Energy, sodium, fat, saturated fat, total carbohydrates = similar as EU regulation. - Companies in Turkey did not like initiative for possibility to use a logo. - Challenges: multi-sectorial cooperation, especially with food companies - Turkey: thinking of using traffic lights in labelling - Challenges: salt reduction, reduction of marketing to children, agreements for school regulations… UNITED KINGDOM - Voluntary colour-coded front-of pack labelling: the traffic light system - Voluntary scheme: ability to make it mandatory is prohibited by law - Goal = help people understand content of their food + help consumers make quick/easier decisions about the food they are buying for themselves and their family - Contains information on energy fat, saturated fat, total sugars, salt. - Companies can provide information over 100 grams and can add serving information  but the fact that portions are not the same is problematic - Greenthresholds guided by EU law, red colour determined when a product provides more than 25% of daily remcommended intake of nutrient.
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Score: 1235862.4 - https://www.un.org/nutrition/s...les/general/mon/mon_d1_rt2.pdf
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With total production of fats and oils increasing by over 40 percent in the last 10 years, reaching estimated volumes of 215 million tonnes for the 17 major edible fats and oils in 2020, “the role of CCFO remains pertinent … demand for fats and oils is expected to continue to rise … and a great deal remains to be done,” he said. (...) Francesco Branca, WHO, spoke of his organization’s commitment to eliminate industrially produced trans fat by 2023 in order to achieve healthier populations. (...) “Increasing demand for healthier fats and oils, the need to ensure authenticity in addressing various other challenges including climate change, change in food systems, production in new geographical locations and technological advancements are all likely to keep CCFO busy,” said Minister Jamaluddin.  
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Score: 1235228.8 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/ar/c/1444791/
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FATS are amended to only cover output sold locally. (...) Eurostat Eurostat's work on service trade by mode is summarized in Rueda-C. et al. (2016) and made available in the Eurostat Statistics Explained series3. The information base consists of all publicly available balance of payments data and FATS as collected by Eurostat. (...) In 2017, exploratory estimates were developed, based on (1) Bureau of Economic Analysis' (BEA) most detailed BOP trade-in-services statistics, allocated to the different modes using the MSITS2010 simplified approach; (2) an estimate of distribution services; and (3) BEA's FATS covering in particular the services supplied through foreign affiliates (see Mann, 2017).
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Score: 1230623.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...pdate_e/Tismos_methodology.pdf
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What is the best way to measure the trans fat content of foods? Measuring the amount of trans fat in foods requires an understanding of the key sources of trans fat in the food supply. (...) Argentina, Colombia, Iran and Switzerland have similar restrictions in effect, with 2% trans fat limits in fats and oils plus, in the case of Argentina and Colombia, 5% trans fat limits in fats and oils for other foods. (...) Knowledge of trans fat exposure, either based on surveys or measuring trans fat in foods, has been catalytic and very useful to advocates.
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Score: 1229166.8 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...swers/item/nutrition-trans-fat
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