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The Department of Science and Technology-Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) received the DOST Best Institute Award for having the highest number of Utility Model Registration Awardees for 2019. The seven (7) utility models are: Instant Food from Taro, Complementary Snack Foods with Carrots using High Pressure-High Temperature (HPHT), Thermally Processed Instant Lumpia (Spring Roll) Sauce, Gluten-Free Pasta Noodles, Ready to Drink Beta-Carotene-Rich juices, Process of Making Boiled-Dehulled Sorghum Flour, and Acid-modified Sorghum Starch and Process of making the same.

Data on individual food consumption are needed to better inform agriculture and food policymakers at global, national and sub-national levels and make them more mindful of individual nutrition. Food consumption data disaggregated by sex and age will help assess the dietary exposure to food safety hazards, identify the main sources of these hazards and carry out risk analysis.

The Department of Science and Technology-Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) conducted Bringing-In Resources for Agenda in Kalusugan, Kabuhayan at Kaalaman sa Kabikulan (BREAK 4K) in partnership with the Department of Science and Technology Region V. This event coincided with the 2019 Regional Science and Technology Week Celebration (RSTW) of DOST Region V.

The Department of Science and Technology-Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) disseminated the results of the Feeding Infant and Toddler Studies (FITS) during the conference entitled “Deep Dive on the First 1000 Days: What Do Filipino Mothers and Children Eat” on September 20, 2019, Makati Diamond Residences. A total of 32 participants from various health and nutrition sectors attended the event.

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The 4th Edition (2019) Food Exchange Lists for Meal Planning is currently unavailable. Please wait for further announcement for its availability.


 

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Please be informed that the Philippine Food Composition Tables 1997 (FCT) is currently out of print (Photo below). Please wait for further announcement of its availability.

 

 

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