5th International Food Data Conference
and the
27th
National Nutrient Databank Conference
June 30 - July 3, 2003
. Washington, D.C.

Fostering Quality Science in Food Composition Databases

Program

Sunday, June 29, 2003

3:00-6:00 PM              Registration [West End Ballroom Lobby]

5:15-7:15 PM              Hospitality Reception in Marriott Hotel Suite [Thomas Salon].
                                      All conference attendees are welcome to stop by.

Monday, June 30, 2003

7:00 AM-5:00 PM            Registration [Escalator Foyer, 2nd floor]

7:45-8:30 AM                   Continental Breakfast [Outside West End Ballroom]

ALL SESSIONS WILL BE HELD IN THE WEST END BALLROOM

8:30-10:00 AM            SESSION I:  WELCOME AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

Welcome – Conference Chair, Joanne Holden
                     Program CoChairs, Jean Pennington and Phyllis Stumbo

Keynote Addresses – Introductions by Phyllis Stumbo

10:00-10:30 AM    BREAK:  Refreshments [Outside West End Ballroom]

                      POSTER SESSION I & EXHIBITS [Dupont Ballroom]

10:30 AM -12:00 N            SESSION II.  NEW INFORMATION FOR CULTURALLY SPECIFIC FOODS

CoChairs:  James Harnly (US) and Ligia Bicudo de Almeida-Muradian (BRAZIL)

  1. The Nutritional Composition of African Wild Food Plants, From Compilation to Utilisation:  Rory McBurney, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK

  2. The Novel Use of Native American Food Composition Data by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes:  Ann Sorenson, Utah State University, Logan UT, US

  3. A Glossary of Food Names:  A First Step to Better Understanding and Use of the Nutrient Databank:  Miriam Muńoz de Chávez, University Autonoma of Moreloa, MEXICO

  4. Big Differences in Content of Protein, Carbohydrate, and Fibre in Cereals from Mali – How to Fit the Results into a Food Composition Table and Database:  Ingrid Barikmo, Akershus University College, Bekkestua, NORWAY

  5. Impact of Geological Origin on Trace Element Composition of Edible Mushrooms:  Maria Nikkarinen, Geological Survey of Finland, Kuopio, FINLAND

12:00-1:30 PM          LUNCH [Georgetown I & !!; Salon A]
                                     IUNS/FAO/UNU/INFOODS Task Force Meeting [Thomas Salon]

 1:30-3:00 PM           SESSION III.  NUTRIENT VARIABILITY AND BIOAVAILABILITY

CoChairs:  Ia Torelm (SWEDEN) and Clive West (The Netherlands)

  1. The USDA National Food and Nutrient Analysis Program:  Studies of Nutrient Variability: Pamela Pehrsson, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center, Beltsville MD, US

  2. Variability of the Selenium Content in Ground Beef and Milk from a Nationwide Sampling:  Kristine Patterson, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center, Beltsville, MD, US

  3. Weighting the Mean of Small, Skewed Data Samples to Represent Food Component Content in Databases:  Gustaaf Sevenhuysen, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, CANADA

  4. In Vitro Calcium Bioavailability of Vegetables, Seeds, and Legumes in Thailand:  Achiraya Kamchan, Mahidol University, Nakorn Pathom, THAILAND

  5. In Vitro Bioavailability of Calcium from Chicken Bone Extract Powder and its Fortified Products:  Sirirat Sittikulwitit, Mahidol University, Nakorn Pathom, THAILAND

  6. Bioavailability and Bioefficacy:  What are the Consequences for Food Analysts and for Compilers and Users of Nutrient Databases:  Clive West, Wageningen University, Wageningen and University Medical Centre, Nijmegen,THE NETHERLANDS

 3:00-3:30 PM          BREAK:  Refreshment [Outside West End Ballroom]

                                     POSTER SESSION I & EXHIBITS [ [Dupont Ballroom]                              

 3:30-5:00 PM          SESSION IV.  NEW DATA FOR ENERGY AND MACRONUTRIENTS

CoChairs:  Louwrens Smit (SOUTH AFRICA) and Gustaff Severnhausen (CANADA)

  1. Carbohydrate Measurement and Energy Value of Foods:  Elizabete Menezes, University of Sao Paulo, BRAZIL
  2. Impact of Different Macronutrient Definitions and Energy Conversion Factors on Energy Values:  Ruth Charrondiere, Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, ITALY
  3. Comparison of Different Methods for the Determination or Prediction of the Energy Values of Milk and Milk Products:  Louwrens Smit, Animal Nutrition and Animal Products Institute, Pretoria, SOUTH AFRICA
  4. Trans Fatty Acid Content in Selected Foods Available in Thailand:  Somkiat Kosulwat, Mahidol University, Nakorn Pathom, THAILAND
  5. Reducing the Fat Content of Beef Frankfurters:  Elizabeth Torres, University of Sao Paulo, BRAZIL

5:15-7:15 PM             WELCOMING RECEPTION [Georgetown I & II]

Tuesday, July 1, 2003

7:00 AM-5:00 PM            Registration [Escalator Foyer, 2nd floor]]

7:45-8:30 AM              Continental Breakfast [Outside West End Ballroom]

ALL SESSIONS WILL BE HELD IN THE WEST END BALLROOM

8:30-10:00 AM            SESSION V.  NEW DATA FOR VITAMINS

CoChairs:  Johanna Dwyer (US) and Anders Moller (DENMARK)

  1. A Standardised Vitamin D Dataset for Use in the EU Optiford Study:  Anders Møller, Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, Søborg, DENMARK
  2. Expansion of a Nutrient Database with the New Vitamin E:  Sally Schakel, University of Minnesota Nutrition Coordinating Center, Minneapolis MN, US
  3. Vitamin K Content of Fast Foods and Snack Foods in the US Diet:  Sarah Booth, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, Boston MA, US
  4. The USDA Nutrient Database for Choline in Common Foods:  Juliette Howe, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center, Beltsville MD, US
  5. Revised Folate Data in Foods Determined by Stable Isotope Dilution Assays:  Michael Rychlik, Technische Universitat Munchen, Garching, GERMANY
  6. Wonderful World of Dietary Supplements:  Johanna Dwyer, Tufts University, Boston MA, US

10:00-10:30 AM       BREAK:  Refreshment [Outside West End Ballroom]

POSTER SESSION II & Exhibits [Dupont Ballroom]

10:30 AM-12:00 N            SESSION VI.  NEW DATA FOR BIOACTIVE FOOD COMPONENTS

CoChairs:  Delia Rodriquez Amaya (BRAZIL) and Mary Murphy (US)

  1. Confirmation of the Identity of the Carotenoids of Tropical Fruits by HPLC-DAD and HPLC-MS:  Delia Rodriguez-Amaya, Universidade Estadual del Campinas, BRAZIL
  2. Estimates of Total Catechins, Total Theaflavins, and Thearubigins by Brewing Techniques, and in Various Teas:  Julia Peterson, Tufts University School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Boston MA, US
  3. Development of a Database of Critically Evaluated Flavonoid Data:  Joanne Holden, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center, Beltsville MD, US
  4. Development of a Database of Total (Lipophilic and Hydrophilic) Antioxidant Capacity (ORACfl) in Foods:  Ronald Prior. USDA Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center, Little Rock AR, US
  5. Prior to Populating Databases:  Analytical Method Development for the Determination of Phenolic Acids in Foods:  Rebecca Robbins, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center, Beltsville MD, US

12:00-1:30 PM            LUNCH [Georgetown I & !!; Salon A]
           
                            Journal of Food Composition and Analysis Editorial Board Meeting [Thomas Salon]

 1:30-3:00 PM             SESSION VII.  PROGRESS IN LOCAL AND SPECIALIZED DATABASES

CoChairs:  Ruth Charrondiere (FAO, ROME) and Suzanne Murphy (US)

  1. An Evaluation of Food Composition Tables Commonly Used in Uganda:  Rhona Baingana, Makerere University, Kampala, UGANDA
  2. Analyzing Intakes of Diverse Populations: The Challenges in Setting Up a Nigerian Food Database:  Teresita Hernandez, Health Technomics, Inc, Annandale VA, US
  3. Developing the Updated Italian Food Composition Database:  Patrizia Gnagnarella, European Institute of Oncology, Milan, ITALY
  4. Adapting an International Food Composition Table for Use in Rural Kenya:  Suzanne Murphy, University of Hawaii, Honolulu HI, US
  5. Outbreak Alert!  A Compilation and Analysis of Food-Poisoning Outbreaks:  Caroline Smith DeWaal, Center for Science in the Public Interest, Washington DC, US

3:00-3:30 PM           BREAK:  Refreshment [Outside West End Ballroom]

POSTER SESSION II & EXHIBITS [Dupont Ballroom]

3:30-5:00 PM             SESSION VIII.  PROGRESS IN REGIONAL AND SPECIAL DATABASES

CoChairs:  Ian Unwin (UK) and Betty Perloff (US)

  1. ILSI Task Force on Crop Composition Database:  Ray Shillito, Bayer CropScience, Research Triangle Park, NC, US
  2. Food Composition and Nutrient Analysis of African Food Products for the Purpose of Developing a SOAFOODS (Southern African Region) Poster:  Hettie Schonfeldt, Agricultural Research Council, Irene, SOUTH AFRICA
  3. LATINFOODS:  Food Composition Activities in Latin America 2001-2002:  Saturnino de Pablo, University of Chile, Santiago, CHILE
  4. Standardisation of Nutrient Databases at the European Level: What Can We Learn From the Ongoing EPIC Nutrient Database Project (ENDB)?:  Nadia Slimani, International Agency for Research on Cancer, WHO, Lyon, FRANCE
  5. Documentation of Food Composition Data for the EPIC Nutrient Database (ENDB):  Ian Unwin, Food Information Consultancy, Cambridge, England, UK

Wednesday, July 2, 2003

7:00 AM-5:00 PM            Registration [Escalator Foyer, 2nd floor]

7:45-8:30 AM              Continental Breakfast [Outside West End Ballroom]

ALL SESSIONS WILL BE IN THE WEST END BALLROOM

8:30-9:30 AM             SESSION IX.  DIETARY ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS, SOFTWARE, AND TOOLS

CoChairs:  Alison Eldridge (US) and Pamela Pehrsson (US)

  1. An Update of the USDA Dietary Intake Data Systems:  Betty Perloff, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center, Beltsville MD, US

  2. Food and Nutrient Changes:  Software for Ensuring Data Quality:  Ellen Anderson, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center, Beltsville MD, US

  3. Food Model Booklet Provides Options for Estimating Portion Sizes in 24-HR Recalls of Dietary intakes:  Linda Ingwersen, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center, Beltsville MD, US

  4. Standard Recipes:  Challenges for Estimating Nutrient Intakes of Mixed Dishes and Home-Prepared Foods:  Cindy Beres, NPD Group, Rosemont IL, US

9:30-9:45 AM             ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING THE 28TH NATIONAL NUTRIENT DATABANK CONFERENCE.
 Phyllis Stumbo, University of Iowa, Iowa City IA, US

9:45-10:00 AM         ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL FOOD DATA CONFERENCE.
Barbara Burlingame, Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy

10:00-10:30 AM       BREAK:  Refreshment [Outside West End Ballroom]

10:30 AM -12:00 N            SESSION X.  DIETARY ASSESSMENT SURVEY RESULTS AND APPLICATIONS

CoChairs:  Jaswinder Anand (US) and Margaret McDowell (US)

  1. Secondary Analysis of a Marketing Research Database Reveals Patterns in Dairy Product Purchases Over Time:  Timothy Van Wave, University of Minnesota School of Medicine, Duluth MN, US
  2. Nutrient Sources in NHANES 1999-2000:  Gladys Block, University of California, Berkeley CA, US
  3. Change in Nutritional Status of the Elderly Population in Korea:  Cho-il Kim, Korea Health Industry Development Institute, Seoul, KOREA
  4. A Comparison of Menu Planning Options and Achievement of the School Meals Initiative Nutrient Standards:  Priscilla Conners, University of North Texas, Denton TX, US
  5. Using the 1999-2000 NHANES to Evaluate the Association of Nutrient Intakes and Food Patterns with Obesity and Ethnicity Among Older Americans:  Odilia Bermudez, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, Boston MA, US
  6.  Zn Nutritional Density of Foods Estimated by Direct Analysis: An Index to be Considered for an Effective Nutrition Policy for Low Income Scholars: Semiramis Domene, Pontificia University Catolica of Campinas, BRAZIL

12:00-1:30 PM            LUNCH ON YOUR OWN

                                       US National Nutrient Databank Steering Committee [Thomas Salon]

 1:30-3:00 PM             SESSION XI.  SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS

CoChairs:  Arne Oshaug (NORWAY) and Phyllis Stumbo (US)

  1. Simple Plots Tell a Complex Story:  Using the EAR, RDA, AI, and UL to Evaluate Nutrient Intakes:  Phyllis Stumbo, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, US
  2. Developing a Software Application to Determine Mean Glycemic Index Values for the Food Items in the Diet History Questionnaire:  Stephen Hull, Westat, Rockville MD, US
  3. Allergy Advisor:  An Allergy and Intolerance Diagnostic and Management Software Tool:  Harris Steinman, Allergy Resources International, Milnerton, SOUTH AFRICA
  4. Innovative Uses of Nutrient Databases Utilizing Handheld Devices:  James Painter, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign IL, US
  5. The Adaptation of the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference for Use in a Recipe Builder and Meal Planner on the Internet:  Pat Capozzi, Recipe Nutrition, Seattle WA, US

3:00-3:30 PM             BREAK:  Refreshment [Outside West End Ballroom]

3:30-4:30 PM             SESSION XII.  INTERNET APPLICATIONS

CoChairs:  Jayne Ireland (FRANCE) and Cathy Champagne (US)

  1. Developing a Simple Model and Application for Nutrition Calculation and Evaluation as a Part of a Website:  Tue Christensen, Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, Søborg, DENMARK
  2. New Zealand Food Composition Database System (NZFCDB):  Nelofar Athar, Crop & Food Research, Palmerston North, NEW ZEALAND
  3. Lessons Learned from Providing a Free Nutrition Labeling Tool for Industry - The Australian Experience:  Judy Cunningham, Food Standards, Canberra, AUSTRALIA
  4. From the Mainframe to the Internet:  The Evolution of the MENu Database:  Catherine Champagne, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge LA, US

4:30-5:00 PM             CLOSING REMARKS

FUTURE DIRECTIONS, GOALS, AND CHALLENCES:

Thursday, July 3, 2003

8:30 AM-12 Noon            INFOODS REGIONAL DATA CENTRE COORDINATORS MEETING

Organized and Hosted by Barbara Burlingame, Marriott Hotel [Thomas Salon]

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