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6th International Workshop on Total Diet Studies: Global Developments in TDS

(10.10.2022 - 11.10.2022)

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) are planning the 6th International Workshop on Total Diet Studies (TDS) in Berlin on 10 and 11 October 2022.

With our diet, we ingest many substances every day which can either be beneficial or potentially harmful. The chronic exposure to some of these substances can lead to health concerns. The identification of critical compounds in our food and the determination of their levels can be conducted by means of Total Diet Studies (TDS). By combining levels of substances in foods with food consumption data, the dietary exposure of populations and associated risks can be assessed. Policy makers may consider these risks to make informed decisions in order to protect the safety of our food.

Several workshops on TDS were carried out in the past. From the first workshop in Kansas City (1999) to the most recent in Seoul (2015), significant progress was made in this field. Over the years, methods were optimised, knowledge was gained, and an exchange between TDS-supporting countries was achieved. Furthermore, more and more low and middle income countries either initiated or showed interest in conducting a TDS.

In order to continue sharing expertise and to promote and support implementation of TDS, the 6th International TDS Workshop is cosponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) in Berlin.

During two days of conference, representatives of numerous TDS supporting countries will present their results and recent developments by oral and poster presentations. The aim of the event is to give a review of ongoing TDS and to provide a place for exchanging expertise. The workshop will take place at the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) in Berlin. The workshop is offered as hybrid event and the participation is possible virtually online or on-site in Berlin.

The conference language is English.

The event could be followed via livestream. The records of the livestreams can be found here:

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Presentation

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11.10.2022
Presentation Keith Henderson, Food Standards Australia New Zealand, Canberra (Australia)
The Australian Total Diet Study 1.0 MB
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11.10.2022
Presentation Francesco Cubadda, Italian National Institute of Health (ISS), Rome (Italy)
The Italian national TDS - Intake of nutrients and exposure to contaminants of the Italian population 4.0 MB
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11.10.2022
Presentation Véronique Sirot, French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES), Maisons-Alfort (France)
Total Diet Studies in France 2.9 MB
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11.10.2022
Presentation Cho-il Kim, Seoul National University, Seoul (Republic of Korea)
Total Diet Study in Korea: Progress in last 2 decades and a way forward 13.4 MB
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11.10.2022
Presentation Judith Spungen, Terry Councell, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), College Park (USA)
U.S. Food & Drug Administration: Total Diet Study - Modernization 2.0 MB
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11.10.2022
Presentation Lama Almaiman, Saudi Food & Drug Authority, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)
Methodology & Design of the first Total diet study in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 1.7 MB
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10.10.2022
Presentation Luc Ingenbleek, WHO, Geneva
Meeting Introduction and Objectives 2.0 MB
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10.10.2022
Presentation Oliver Lindtner, BfR, Berlin
BfR MEAL Study - First German Total Diet Study 3.1 MB
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10.10.2022
Presentation Yongning Wu, China National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment (CFSA), Beijing (China)
China Total Diet Study and its application on Dietary exposure assessment 6.0 MB
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10.10.2022
Presentation Maria da Graça Dias, Elsa Vasco, Luísa Oliveira, National Health Institute Doutor Ricardo Jorge (INSA), Lisbon (Portugal)
TDS in Portugal - A harmonized approach - results and challenges 4.0 MB
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10.10.2022
Presentation Robert Dabeka, Health Canada, Ottawa (Canada)
Canadian Total Diet Study 1.5 MB
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Poster

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Poster Isabelle Sandrine Bouelet Ntsama, Advanced Teacher's Training College for technical Education, Douala, Cameroon
Occurrence and dietary risk assessment of Mycotoxins in most consumed foods in Cameroon: exploring current data to understand futures challenges 1.2 MB
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Poster Jee-Yeon Lee, Department of Senior-friendly Industry, Korea Health Industry Development Institute
Dietary calcium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium and iron intake of Koreans estimated using 2 different sources of their contents: Korean Food Composition Table and Korean Total Diet Study 249.5 KB
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Poster Obadina Adewale, Department of Food Science and Technology, Federal University of Agriculture, Nigeria
Health Implication of Partially Hydrogenated and Trans Fats in Foods 535.4 KB
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Poster Robert Levine, Kansas City Laboratory, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Using the R programming language to determine rarity scores for high resolution LC-MS data from TDS food items to find possible untargeted contaminants 1.4 MB
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Programme

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10.10.2022
Programme
6th International Workshop on Total Diet Studies: Global Developments in TDS 158.5 KB
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