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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

Perrin, C.; Battisti, C.; Chambefort, A.; Digaud, O.; Duplessis, B.; Volatier, JL.; Gauvreau-Béziat, J.; Menard, C., 2018. A comparison of the nutritional content of processed foods available on the French market, according to the type of brand, and potential impact on nutrient intakes - An Oqali study. Food Science and Nutrition. 1-12

Spiteri, M.; Soler, LG., 2017. Food reformulation and nutritional quality of food consumption: an analysis based on households panel data in France. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Perrin, C.; Battisti, C.; Chambefort, A.; Digaud, O.; Duplessis, B.; Volatier, JL.; Gauvreau-Beziat, J.; Menard, C., 2017. Range of processed foods available in France and nutrition labelling according to the type of brand. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis

Battisti, C.; Chambefort, A.; Digaud, O.; Duplessis, B.; Perrin, C.; Volatier, JL.; Gauvreau-Beziat, J.; Menard, C., 2017. Allergens labeling on French processed foods - an Oqali study. Food Science and Nutrition. 1-8

Menard, C.; Dumas, C.; Gillot, N.; Laurent, L.; Labarbe, B.; Ireland, J.; Volatier, J.-L., 2012. The French OQALI survey on dairy products: comparison of nutrient contents and other nutrition information on labels among types of brands. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. 25, 323-333

Menard, C.; Dumas, C.; Goglia, R.; Spiteri, M.; Gillot, N.; Combris, P.; Ireland, J.; Soler, L.G.; Volatier, J.L., 2011. OQALI: A French database on processed foods. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis. 24 (4-5), 744-749

Combris, P.; Goglia, R.; Henini, M.; Soler, L.G.; Spiteri, M., 2011. Improvement of the nutritional quality of foods as a public health tool. Public Health. 125 (10), 717-724

Goglia, R.; Spiteri, M.; Menard, C.; Dumas, C.; Combris, P.; Labarbe, B.; Soler, L.G.; Volatier, J.L., 2010. Nutritional quality and labelling of ready-to-eat breakfast cereals: the contribution of the French observatory of food quality. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 64 (S3), 20-25

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CONGRESS COMMUNICATION

2013

20th International Congress of Nutrition - Granada - September 15/20, 2013
Assessment of the potential impact of the nutritional commitments of food operators on french nutrient intakes - Poster

2nd meeting of the European project SALUX - Paris - April 23rd, 2013
Food reformulation: some insights based on Oqali results - Oral communication

Joint meeting of the high level group on nutrition and physical activity and the platform for action on diet, physical activity and health - Brussels - February 7th, 2013
Food reformulation: some insights based on Oqali results

2012

6th International forum of pratical nutrition - Milano - March 14/15, 2012
To what extent the improvement of nutritional quality of foods contribute to public health goals? - Oral communication

2011

Joint meeting of the high level group on nutrition and physical activity and the platform for action on diet, physical activity and health - Brussels - November 29th, 2011
The French observatory of food quality - Oral communication

11th European Nutrition Conference - Madrid - October 26/29, 2011
Voluntary nutritional label: effects on prices, nutritional quality and brands' strategies - Oral communication
Nutrition information on French food labels - Poster

9th International Food Data Conference - Norwich - September 14/16, 2011
Assessment of the potential impact of the nutritional commitments of food operators on French nutrient intakes - Oral communication

2010

2nd world congress of public health nutrition - Porto - September 23/25, 2010
To what extent can food nutritional quality improvement allow public health goals to be reached ? - Poster
Relationship between voluntary nutrition labeling, food composition and prices: the example of biscuits and pastries - Poster

2009

8th International Food Data Conference - Bangkok - October 1/3, 2009
The French Observatory of Food Quality (Oqali) - Oral communication

19th International congress of nutrition and 8th International Food Data Conference - Bangkok - October 4/9, 2009
The French Observatory of Food Quality (Oqali) - Poster

3rd International EuroFIR congress - Vienna - September 8/10, 2009
Oqali - French Observatory of Food Quality - Oral communication - Poster - Brochure

 

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