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Infant and young child feeding promotion strategies — the Malaysian Experience. Codex Alimentarius: current nutrition issues. Nutrition labeling and claims — Concerns and challenges. Priority nutrition concerns in Asia.

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Procedures for submission of new nutrition claims to Ministry of Health Malaysia. Nutrition labelling experiences in other fora: Southeast Asia. Promoting healthy eating among Malaysians.

Child nutrition in South East Asia : Yogyakarta, 4-6 April 1989

Efforts in harmonising scientific substantiation of claims in Asia. International Functional foods Symposium. International Life Sciences Institute, Europe. Labeling, nutrition and health claims, especially soya products. Regulatory update on trans fatty acids.

Leadership skills in food regulatory affairs. International Workshop on Leadership skills in nutritional sciences. Understanding nutrition labelling and claims on food packages. Policy trends in: nutrition labelling and health claims and advertising to children. Nutrition labelling and claims regulations in selected Asian countries — challenges and opportunities. Visser , J. Exactly 25 years after the first Nutricia Symposium was held in Groningen, the Netherlands, dealing with fundamental aspects of neonatology, the 8th Nutricia Symposium was held at nearly the opposite end of the globe and dealt with a number of most important aspects of child nutrition in South East Asia.

It was the intention of this symposium to bring together a respectable number of specialists in this field from the countries involved, complemented by a number of experts from outside the area chosen because of their recognised contributions to the main topics of the symposium. In this way, a platform for discussion and cooperation was provided to bring the specific problems of child nutrition in South East Asia closer to a solution. From the contents of the papers and also the valuable discus sions, it should be clear to the reader that the goal of this symposium has been attained.

Gde Ranuh, Prof. Moelyono S. Trastotenoyo, Prof. Pudjiadi, Dr. Samsudin, Dr. Suharyono, Dr. Yati Sunarto and Dr.