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May 23, 2018
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FDA grants more time on PHO removal for certain products
The US Food and Drug Administration has extended the deadline for makers of certain products to comply with the partially hydrogenated oils removal regulation. The compliance deadline for products under the specified applications is June 18, 2019, while manufacturers of other products have until June 18 of this year to comply.
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Kemin launches EDTA alternative to delay lipid oxidation
Kemin has introduced its NaturFORT RSGT as a replacement for chemical food additive Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid to delay lipid oxidation in products like sauces and salad dressings. "While rosemary targets the oil phase when added to an emulsion, spearmint and green tea remain in the aqueous phase. A part of the actives works at the interphase, which is known to be the hot spot for oxidation, slowing down lipid oxidation and extending shelf life," said technical service manager Chandra Ankolekar.
FoodNavigator (5/16) 
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Fish consumption may help reduce heart disease risk, AHA says
The American Heart Association recommends eating two 3.5-ounce servings of fish weekly to reduce the risk of heart disease, but warns against consuming fried fish because this can increase the risk of heart failure. The report, published in Circulation, recommends eating fish that are highest in omega-3 fatty acids.
HealthDay News (5/17),  Forbes (5/19),  ConsumerAffairs (5/18) 
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Study evaluates link between body fat, vitamin D deficiency
Researchers reviewed data from the Netherlands Epidemiology of Obesity study for thousands of adults aged 45 to 65 and found that women with higher levels of total and abdominal fat were more likely to have lower vitamin D levels, with abdominal fat most associated with vitamin D deficiency. The findings, presented at the annual meeting of the European Society of Endocrinology, also showed an association between higher levels of fat in the abdomen and liver with lower vitamin D levels in men.
Medical News Today (5/21) 
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DowDuPont working on high-protein canola to rival soybeans
DowDuPont says it developing a new high-protein canola crop to meet growing demand in the feed market, offering a possible alternative to soymeal. DowDuPont could start selling ProPound canola as early as next year, it said.
Reuters (5/18) 
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Aquatic plants could meet European demand for alternative protein
Growing interest in plant-based proteins throughout Europe has led to a rise in interest for seaweed and other sustainable ocean-sourced alternatives. Meanwhile, companies such as Algatechnologies and Zivo Bioscience are looking at ways to improve the palatability of algae.
FoodNavigator (5/18) 
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