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Nutrition Scientist

British Nutrition Foundation


Nutrition Scientist


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British Nutrition Foundation

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3. Sarah Richards, Nutrition Scientist at the BNF gave a presentation entitled ‘Nutrition Update - A new day for nutrition'.
Miss Richards covered three topical areas in nutrition. The issues of nutrient profiling, signposting and labelling and wholegrain for health were discussed. Nutrient profiling is currently being considered by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) as a way of categorising foods according to their nutritional composition. Miss Richards pointed out that consuming wholegrains provided more than just additional fibre, being the combination of all its components that work together to confer health benefits.


HGCA - PRESS RELEASE- Winners of the Design and Technology Food Challenge Awards anno

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"The enthusiastic interpretation of this year's wide range of briefs in the D&T Week Challenge showed how such activities inspire children and young people to enjoy learning about food and nutrition," said Sarah Richards, nutrition scientist from the British Nutrition Foundation."The involvement of levy boards in setting the challenges provides a stimulus for pupils to strive for excellence.This is an excellent initiative for showcasing the practical work with food what is going on in our schools throughout the UK," she added.


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Sarah Richards, British Nutrition Foundation


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Ms Sarah Richards, British Nutrition Foundation, Nutrition Update


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Speakers were Professor Robert Pickard (BNF), Professor Paul Ainsworth (Manchester Metropolitan University), Ms Tracey Cowell and Ms Brenda Greatwood (AQA), Mr Keith Proudlove (Edexcel), Ms Fiona Flemmings and Ms Sarah Kind (Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School), Ms Ali Farrell (Food Forum), Ms Linda Young (Campden and Chorleywood Food Research Association), Ms Johanna Hignett (Nestlé UK Limited) and Ms Sarah Richards (Sainsbury's).


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