Foods, nutrients and food ingredients with authorised EU health claims: Volume 2 book cover

Foods, nutrients and food ingredients with authorised EU health claims: Volume 2

Audience

R&D managers and technical managers in the food and beverage industry, product development managers, health professionals and academics with a research interest in the area.

Hardbound, 630 Pages

Published: November 2015

Imprint: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-78242-382-9

Contents

  • 1 Introduction
    Michele Sadler

    2 Developments since the initial round of health claim approvals
    Michele Sadler and Margaret Ashwell

    Part II Authorised disease risk reduction claims and proprietary claims

    3 Plant sterols and stanols
    Collette Short

    4 Slowly digestible starch
    Sophie Vinoy

    5 Reformulated, non-alcoholic, acidic drinks
    Hannah Theobald

    6 Cocoa flavanols
    Herwig Bernaert

    Part III Ingredients with permitted ‘general function’ claims

    7 Oat and barley fibre
    Janice Harland

    8 Red yeast rice
    Cédric Bourges

    9 Arabinoxylan produced from wheat endosperm
    Karen Walker

    10 Chitosan
    Veronique Maquet

    11 Pectins
    Nigel Baldwin

    12 Glucomannan
    Nadege Perrin

    13 Guar gum
    Peter Ellis

    14 Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose
    Donna Wilder

    15 Rye fibre
    Herman Adlercreutz

    16 Wheat bran fibre
    Jenny Walton

    17 Alpha-cyclodextrin
    Nadine Baumgartl

    Part IV Foods and nutrients with permitted health claims

    18 Essential fatty acids (ALA, Linoleic acid)
    Klaus Wahle

    19 DHA and EPA
    Willem Vas Dias

    20 Foods with a low or reduced content of saturated fatty acids
    Katherine Livingstone

    21 Foods with a low or reduced content of sodium
    Sonia Pombo

    22 Meal replacements
    Fiona Hunter

    23 Dried plums of prune cultivars (Prunus domestica L)
    Michele Sadler and Jennette Higgs

    24 Fructose
    Suzanne Langguth

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