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. • Selected products overall have good taste profiles and are similar to the peanut version Soya Chickpea Peanut Texture​ Smooth with no irregular particles​ Smooth with slight granular texture​ Varies from smooth with no irregular particles to a thick granular paste​ Appearance​ Not glazy, not oil separated​ Matt, not oil separated​ Not glazy, not oil separated​ Viscosity​ Homogenous paste easier to spread and less firm paste​ Homogenous less firm paste with slightly sticky on the top of mouth​ Smooth peanut butter paste​ Color​ Beige light brown​ Light brown​ Homogenous light brown​ Taste & flavor​ Sweet, milky with slightly nutty flavor​ Sweet, nutty, slightly sticky in mouth​ Sweet & typical roasted peanut​ Alternative RUTF Appearance Comparative consumption trial protocol (under development) N= 190 (min 83 in each arm) 14 days for each product Good product acceptability : < 5% difference in consumption between the two groups WHO – UNICEF stake holder meeting was held to gather stakeholders and experts interested in reducing the burden of severe wasting by increasing availability of RUTF Cost effectiveness of wasting treatments Increasing availability of RUTF • WHO-UNICEF technical consultation in Nov 2021 • Discuss barriers and solutions to improve the availability and cost of RUTF • Discuss the way forward for the generation of evidence for the development of new RUTF formulations Discussion questions • For different RUTF formulations that still follow the Joint Statement: - Are efficacy trials required or are acceptability trials enough?
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Score: 1204243.2 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...update-on-alternative-rutf.pdf
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[footnoteRef:10] [10: https://www.publichealthlawcenter.org/sites/default/files/resources/tclc-fs-global-flavored-regs-2015.pdf] d) In the United States, by the end of September 2020, 330 localities had placed some type of restriction on the sale of flavored tobacco products. Of those, 125 have comprehensive sales bans on menthol products, which are sometimes exempted from flavor policies even though the federal government has done nothing to restrict the sale of menthol cigarettes — which are easier to smoke and more likely to addict youth — or the sale of other tobacco products that come in fruit, cocktail and candy flavors, such as smokeless tobacco, cigars or hookah.[footnoteRef:11] [11: https://truthinitiative.org/sites/default/files/media/files/2020/12/Local-flavored-tobacco-policies-Sept-30-FINAL.pdf ] e) Menthol has been repeatedly exempted from legislation on flavored tobacco because of massive tobacco industry lobbying efforts.
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Score: 1203799.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...d-right-to-health-cso-ash.docx
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31 March 2022 - Select language - 中文 In March, the Chinese government adopted the Administrative Measures on E-cigarettes, which banned all flavored e-cigarettes except tobacco flavor. WHO welcomes the announcement and looks forward to strong enforcement of this policy when it takes effect in May 2022. (...) To make their products attractive to youth, the e-cigarette industry tries to market these products as fashion symbols by using a variety of flavors, attractive packaging, and other forms and tactics of advertising and promotion.
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Score: 1197198.3 - https://www.who.int/china/news...toxic-tobacco-and-e-cigarettes
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UNHCR - Ben and Jerry launch their new ice cream flavor 'Cone Together' in solidarity with refugees Donate Do you need help? (...) Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters Evaluation Service Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do UNHCR UK information and links on Afghanistan Situation The Nationality and Borders Bill UNHCR UK FAQs on COVID-19 in Relation to Refugees and Asylum Seekers The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Frequently asked questions for asylum seekers and refugees in the UK Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Ties that Bind: Community Sponsorship in the UK Goal Click Refugees Refugee Week 2021 Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features Announcements A Great British Welcome Our Partners Private Sector Partners - UK United Kingdom for UNHCR Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Community Sponsorship Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Supporting refugees in the UK Become a Supporter Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Ben and Jerry launch their new ice cream flavor 'Cone Together' in solidarity with refugees 18 December 2019 Ben and Jerry launch their new ice cream flavor 'Cone Together' in solidarity with refugees Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Related news and stories view more Videos #MohamedSalah is Standing Up for Education Stories Meet the Syrian cartoonist behind UNHCR's first-ever NFT fundraiser Videos Filippo Grandi: Greater international cooperation needed to solve "multiple crises" Videos COVID-19 tops list of UNHCR's most underfunded situations in 2021 News Releases News comment: Death of former High Commissioner Jean-Pierre Hocké Videos Behind each number is a person forced from their home.
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Score: 1197198.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/news/...ne-together-in-solidarity.html
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WORKING PAPER : BREWERY OPERATIONS / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
It provides: o Basic flavoring to the beer o Major portion of fermentable extract o Protein necessary for foam formation o Entire enzymatic activity during mashing Water comprises about 95 percent of the total volume of beer.
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Score: 1187137.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...WC/CONF.III/VEREX/WP.17&Lang=E
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Committee A recommends to the Conference of the Parties the adoption of the following decision: Item 5.5.1 Control and prevention of waterpipe tobacco products Item 5.9 Tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship: depiction of tobacco in entertainment media FCTC/COP/7/A/R/1 2 Item 5.5.1 Control and prevention of waterpipe tobacco products The Conference of the Parties (COP), Noting the report of the Convention Secretariat on the Control and prevention of waterpipe tobacco products (document FCTC/COP/7/10); Recalling decision FCTC/COP6(10) on the Control and prevention of waterpipe tobacco products; Recognizing the need for fully implementing the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) in relation to all aspects of waterpipe tobacco control; Mindful of the challenges faced by Parties in controlling and regulating waterpipe tobacco use, especially in public places; Aware that Parties need additional technical and political support in controlling waterpipe tobacco use and addressing its related challenges; Concerned about the growing use of flavored waterpipe tobacco among youth and the increasing influence of the tobacco industry over waterpipe regulation, production and growing use; Stressing the need for intercountry and regional coordination in sharing of experiences and knowledge to prevent and control waterpipe tobacco use; 1. INVITES Parties: (a) to consider the full application of the WHO FCTC articles in all aspects of waterpipe use, including tobacco used in the waterpipes and accessories, as indicated in document FCTC/COP/7/10; (b) to continue to monitor waterpipe tobacco use through national surveillance systems to cover all age groups and all policy aspects in an integrated approach and report findings to the COP through the reporting instrument of the WHO FCTC; (c) to comply with Article 5.3 and its Guidelines in relation to waterpipe tobacco policies and control; (d) to consider the inclusion of waterpipe tobacco use in all national awareness campaigns and activities; (e) to strictly include waterpipe use in the ban of tobacco use in public places as per Article 8 of the Convention and its Guidelines; (f) to ban the use of flavorings in waterpipe tobacco productsas recommended in partial Guidelines on Articles 9 and 10; (g) to increase regularly taxes applicable on waterpipe tobacco and apply rates and schedules similar to other combustible tobacco products, especially cigarettes; (h) to consider a ban or restriction on the sale and/or trade of waterpipe tobacco products ; (i) to promote research on: waterpipe-specific culturally relevant interventions to prevent the uptake of waterpipe tobacco smoking, as well as to promote quitting (cessation); the epidemiology of use and acute and chronic health risks; cultural practices and initiation and maintenance of use; the influence of flavorings on initiation, maintenance of use and FCTC/COP/7/DIV/3 3 increasing use; dependence liability with low- nicotine tobacco products; and effective policies using conceptual frameworks such as information technology and communications. 2.
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Score: 1180439.1 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/cop7/FCTC_COP_COMMITTEE_A_1.pdf
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PROPOSED NEW SPECIAL PROVISION FOR THE TRANSPORT OF CONSUMER AND PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS CONTAINING ETHYL ALCOHOL
Many other consumer commodities, such as food flavorings, fragrances, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical products contain ethyl alcohol in such quantities as to meet the definition of Class 3, packing groups II and III.
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Score: 1174830.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2015/25&Lang=E
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Score: 1171932.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../ge.01/document.r/20002508.pdf
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DRAFT UN/ECE STANDARD FOR POULTRY MEAT : CHICKEN PRODUCT DESCRIPTION PAGES / TRANSMITTED BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
E Economic and Social Council UNITED NATIONS Distr. GENERAL TRADE/WP.7/GE.11/2001/10 16 February 2001 ORIGINAL : ENGLISH ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE COMMITTEE FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY
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Score: 1151045.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RADE/WP.7/GE.11/2001/10&Lang=E
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Let us before our world involves with different extremism challenges that are the result of poverty and the gap between rich countries " well-off " and poor countries "less well-off ", make the targeting in such a manner that all can taste the flavors of security and welfare.
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Score: 1148981.4 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site.../en/integration/2017/ACCRP.pdf
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