23rd August 2013, Auckland
Nutrigenomics New Zealand hosted a national forum on the new food health regulations which brought together over 170 representatives from the food and research sectors. The workshop was chaired by Dean Stockwell (General Manager (Wellington), Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ)).
The workshop is summarized in the Oct/Nov 2013 issue of FoodNZ.
|Steve Hathaway||Ministry for Primary Industries||Regulation of health claims: The journey so far|
|Angela Rowan||Fonterra||Healthy claims for foods: An industry perspective|
|Laurence Eyres||ECG||Health claims and food: Good for business?|
|Trevor Lockett||CSIRO||Health claims and food: An Australian perspective|
|Harjinder Singh||Riddet Institute, Massey University||Perspectives on development of high value foods|
|Lynnette Ferguson||Nutrigenomics NZ/University of Auckland||New technologies, biomarkers and the regulatory environment|
|Rhodi Bulloch||University of Auckland||Systematic review approaches: Evaluation the clinical potential of high value foods|
|Carolyn Lister & Jocelyn Eason||Plant & Food Research||Developing product health claims|
|Sara Jaeger||Plant & Food Research||Consumer responses to health benefits and claims|
|Nicole Roy||Nutrigenomics NZ/AgResearch||Summing up: Developing high value foods with validated health benefits|
Max Kennedy (Chair) – Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment
Karl Crawford (Nutrigenomics NZ/Auckland UniServices), Dean Stockwell (FSANZ), Trevor Lockett (CSIRO), Fiona Greig (Beef and Lamb NZ), Ralf Schlothauer (Comvita), Matt Frevel (ENZO Nutraceuticals), Jocelyn Eason (Plant & Food Research), Abby Thompson (Riddet Institute/Massey University), Simon Parry (Nutrigenomics NZ/AgResearch)