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News Article | May 16, 2017
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In this report, Visiongain analyses the current state and future prospects of the leading gluten-free food submarkets, regional markets and national markets to provide a complete industry outlook. Learn About the Future Gluten-Free Food Industry Outlook The gluten-free food market forecasts will confirm and underpin your own analysis Keep Up To Speed With Gluten-Free Food Submarket Types • Bakery & Snacks Forecast 2017-2027 • Dairy & Dairy Alternatives Forecast 2017-2027 • Beverages Forecast 2017-2027 • Meat & Meat Alternatives Forecast 2017-2027 • Ready Meals Forecast 2017-2027 • Pasta Forecast 2017-2027 • Other Gluten Free Foods Forecast 2017-2027 Stay Informed About Gluten-Free Food - Read the latest gluten-free food industry news with fresh analysis of trends, technologies and leading companies Save Time Researching the competitive landscape with profiles of the15 leading gluten-free food companies including: • Dr. Schär SpA • FARMO SpA • Freedom Foods Group • General Mills • Genius Foods Ltd • Gruma S.A.B. de C.V. • Hain Celestial Group • Hero Group AG • Jamestown Mills • Kelkin Ltd • Kellogg's Company • PaneRiso Foods • PepsiCo, Inc. • Pinnacle Foods • The Kraft Heinz Company Reinforce Your Business Case For Gluten-Free Food - Substantiate your research proposal with our regional forecasts - Enhance Your Gluten-Free Food Presentations • Find 108 table & charts that you can utilise to illustrate your point in your gluten-free food investment proposal. Maintain An Advantage In Gluten-Free Food • Read the latest gluten-free foods & beverages forecasts, analysis and conclusions, which will sustain your competitive edge. Target readership • All stakeholders within the food industry • Food manufacturers • Food processors • Retailers • Wholesalers • Health food stores • Ingredient suppliers • Food marketing executives • NPD specialists • Food technologists • Food industry buyers • Food industry regulators • Food standards agencies • Senior executives • Consultancies • Banks • Government agencies To request a report overview of this report please email Sara Peerun at sara.peerun@visiongain.com or call Tel: +44-(0)-20-7336-6100 ASDA Boulder Brands UK Bupa Canadian Natural & Specialty Brands (CNSB) Cargill Caribou Coffee Coca-Cola Coles Didion Milling Dr. Schär SpA Dunkin' Donuts Facebook FARMO SpA Food Lion Freedom Foods Group Limited General Mills Genius Foods GIG? Gluten-free Restaurant GlutenFreeDelivers.com glutenfreemall.com glutenfreepalace.com Gruma S.A.B. de C.V. Hain Celestial Group Haus Rabenhorst Hero Group AG Hippeas Jamestown Mills Kelkin Ltd Kellogg's Company Kingsmill Laurens Spethmann Holding Love With Food Mamee Australia Mario Batali restaurant Marks and Spencers Molinos Río de la Plata SA Nabisco PaneRiso Foods Penford Food Pepsi PepsiCo. Inc. Pick and Pay Pinnacle Foods, Inc Pizza Hut Publix Schär shop.123glutenfree.com ShopRite Spinney's Sprouts Starbucks Target Tesco The George Institute The Kraft Heinz Company theglutenfreeshoppe.com udisglutenfree.com Valeo Foods Waitrose Warburtons Whole Foods Woolworths Brands Mentioned in This Report A&W Amoy Amy's Kitchen Aproten Arrowhead Mills Avalon Organics Barilla Barq's Bearitos Beiker Bénédicta. Betty Crocker's BiAglut Brinta Cascadian Farm Cats Prefer Chef Celestial Seasonings Cheerios Cool Foods CytoSport Daddies De Boles, Dreams De Ruijter Deliciously Gluten Free Dole DS - gluten free Duncan Hines Food in a Minute Foodservice Gallo Snacks Gardein Garden of Eatin' Gatorade Gezonddrinken Glutafin Glutino Golden Circle Good Taste Company Great Life by Lucinda Greenseas Guerrero Haagen-Dazs Heinz ABC Heinz at Home Heinz Baby Heinz Baby Food Heinz Beanz Heinz for Baby Heinz Infant Nutrition Heinz Ketchup Heinz Salad Cream Heinz Soup Heinz Western Sauces Heinz-Footstar Heinz-Meiweiyuan Hilary's Honig HP Sauce Imagine Jason Juvela Karvan Cévitam Kraft Heinz Canada Lea & Perrins Kitchen Livwell MaraNatha Maseca Minute Maid Mission Mug Natures Choice Nurture Baby Nutri+Plus Odwala Omission Ore-Ida Original Juice Co. Pasta Lensi Pillsbury Plasmon Praeger's Pudliszki PurePet Quero Roosvicee Rudi's Organic Bakery Schär Semper-Semper Sensible portions Simply Balanced Simply Organic Smart Ones Terra Tortiricas Tosty Trader Joe's Tropicana Udi's Venz Walnut Acres Organics Wattie's Wattie's For Baby Weight Watchers Werken bij Heinz Westbrae Naturals Westsoy Organisations Mentioned in This Report Association of European Celiac Societies Canadian Celiac Association Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) Celiac Australia Celiac Sprue Association (CSA) Celiac UK Codex Alimentarius Commission European Commission European Food Information Council (EUFIC) Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) German Celiac Society (Deutsche Zöliakiegesellschaft - DZG) Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO) Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) Gluten-Free China Health Canada Irish Celiac Association Italian Celiac Association National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) NSF International Quality Assurance International (QAI) U.S. Department of Agriculture University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongain.com


News Article | May 16, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

In this report, Visiongain analyses the current state and future prospects of the leading gluten-free food submarkets, regional markets and national markets to provide a complete industry outlook. Learn About the Future Gluten-Free Food Industry Outlook The gluten-free food market forecasts will confirm and underpin your own analysis Keep Up To Speed With Gluten-Free Food Submarket Types • Bakery & Snacks Forecast 2017-2027 • Dairy & Dairy Alternatives Forecast 2017-2027 • Beverages Forecast 2017-2027 • Meat & Meat Alternatives Forecast 2017-2027 • Ready Meals Forecast 2017-2027 • Pasta Forecast 2017-2027 • Other Gluten Free Foods Forecast 2017-2027 Stay Informed About Gluten-Free Food - Read the latest gluten-free food industry news with fresh analysis of trends, technologies and leading companies Save Time Researching the competitive landscape with profiles of the15 leading gluten-free food companies including: • Dr. Schär SpA • FARMO SpA • Freedom Foods Group • General Mills • Genius Foods Ltd • Gruma S.A.B. de C.V. • Hain Celestial Group • Hero Group AG • Jamestown Mills • Kelkin Ltd • Kellogg's Company • PaneRiso Foods • PepsiCo, Inc. • Pinnacle Foods • The Kraft Heinz Company Reinforce Your Business Case For Gluten-Free Food - Substantiate your research proposal with our regional forecasts - Enhance Your Gluten-Free Food Presentations • Find 108 table & charts that you can utilise to illustrate your point in your gluten-free food investment proposal. Maintain An Advantage In Gluten-Free Food • Read the latest gluten-free foods & beverages forecasts, analysis and conclusions, which will sustain your competitive edge. Target readership • All stakeholders within the food industry • Food manufacturers • Food processors • Retailers • Wholesalers • Health food stores • Ingredient suppliers • Food marketing executives • NPD specialists • Food technologists • Food industry buyers • Food industry regulators • Food standards agencies • Senior executives • Consultancies • Banks • Government agencies To request a report overview of this report please email Sara Peerun at sara.peerun@visiongain.com or call Tel: +44-(0)-20-7336-6100 ASDA Boulder Brands UK Bupa Canadian Natural & Specialty Brands (CNSB) Cargill Caribou Coffee Coca-Cola Coles Didion Milling Dr. Schär SpA Dunkin' Donuts Facebook FARMO SpA Food Lion Freedom Foods Group Limited General Mills Genius Foods GIG? Gluten-free Restaurant GlutenFreeDelivers.com glutenfreemall.com glutenfreepalace.com Gruma S.A.B. de C.V. Hain Celestial Group Haus Rabenhorst Hero Group AG Hippeas Jamestown Mills Kelkin Ltd Kellogg's Company Kingsmill Laurens Spethmann Holding Love With Food Mamee Australia Mario Batali restaurant Marks and Spencers Molinos Río de la Plata SA Nabisco PaneRiso Foods Penford Food Pepsi PepsiCo. Inc. Pick and Pay Pinnacle Foods, Inc Pizza Hut Publix Schär shop.123glutenfree.com ShopRite Spinney's Sprouts Starbucks Target Tesco The George Institute The Kraft Heinz Company theglutenfreeshoppe.com udisglutenfree.com Valeo Foods Waitrose Warburtons Whole Foods Woolworths Brands Mentioned in This Report A&W Amoy Amy's Kitchen Aproten Arrowhead Mills Avalon Organics Barilla Barq's Bearitos Beiker Bénédicta. Betty Crocker's BiAglut Brinta Cascadian Farm Cats Prefer Chef Celestial Seasonings Cheerios Cool Foods CytoSport Daddies De Boles, Dreams De Ruijter Deliciously Gluten Free Dole DS - gluten free Duncan Hines Food in a Minute Foodservice Gallo Snacks Gardein Garden of Eatin' Gatorade Gezonddrinken Glutafin Glutino Golden Circle Good Taste Company Great Life by Lucinda Greenseas Guerrero Haagen-Dazs Heinz ABC Heinz at Home Heinz Baby Heinz Baby Food Heinz Beanz Heinz for Baby Heinz Infant Nutrition Heinz Ketchup Heinz Salad Cream Heinz Soup Heinz Western Sauces Heinz-Footstar Heinz-Meiweiyuan Hilary's Honig HP Sauce Imagine Jason Juvela Karvan Cévitam Kraft Heinz Canada Lea & Perrins Kitchen Livwell MaraNatha Maseca Minute Maid Mission Mug Natures Choice Nurture Baby Nutri+Plus Odwala Omission Ore-Ida Original Juice Co. Pasta Lensi Pillsbury Plasmon Praeger's Pudliszki PurePet Quero Roosvicee Rudi's Organic Bakery Schär Semper-Semper Sensible portions Simply Balanced Simply Organic Smart Ones Terra Tortiricas Tosty Trader Joe's Tropicana Udi's Venz Walnut Acres Organics Wattie's Wattie's For Baby Weight Watchers Werken bij Heinz Westbrae Naturals Westsoy Organisations Mentioned in This Report Association of European Celiac Societies Canadian Celiac Association Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) Celiac Australia Celiac Sprue Association (CSA) Celiac UK Codex Alimentarius Commission European Commission European Food Information Council (EUFIC) Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) German Celiac Society (Deutsche Zöliakiegesellschaft - DZG) Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO) Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) Gluten-Free China Health Canada Irish Celiac Association Italian Celiac Association National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) NSF International Quality Assurance International (QAI) U.S. Department of Agriculture University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongain.com


Charlton K.E.,University of Wollongong | Batterham M.J.,University of Wollongong | Buchanan L.M.,University of Wollongong | Mackerras D.,Food Standards Australia New Zealand | Mackerras D.,Charles Darwin University
BMJ Open | Year: 2014

Objectives: To determine the effect of adjustment for intraindividual variation on estimations of urinary iodine concentrations (UIC), prevalence of iodine deficiency and population distribution of iodine status. Setting: Community-dwelling older adults from New South Wales, Australia. Participants: 84 healthy men and women aged 60. 95 years were recruited prior to introduction of the mandatory iodine fortification programme. Primary and secondary outcome measures: UIC data were collected from three spot urine samples, each 1 week apart. Repeated measures analysis of variance were determined between-person (sb) and total (sobs) SDs. Adjusted UIC values were calculated as ((person's UIC.group mean)×(sb/s obs))+group mean, and a corrected UIC distribution was calculated. Results: The sb/sobs for using three samples and two samples were 0.83 and 0.79, respectively. Following adjustment for intraindividual variation, the proportion with UIC <50 μg/L reduced from 33% to 19%, while the proportion with UIC ≥100 μg/L changed from 21% to 17%. The 95th centile for UIC decreased from 176 to 136 μg/L. Adjustment by taking averages yielded a lesser degree of contraction in the distribution than the analysis of variance method. Conclusions: The addition of information about intraindividual variability has potential for increasing the interpretability of UIC data collected to monitor the iodine status of a population.


Schulze A.,University of Heidelberg | Mills K.,Food Standards Australia New Zealand | Weiss T.S.,University of Regensburg | Urban S.,University of Heidelberg
Hepatology | Year: 2012

Human hepatitis B virus (HBV) is characterized by a high species specificity and a distinct liver tropism. Within the liver, HBV replication occurs in differentiated and polarized hepatocytes. Accordingly, the in vitro HBV infection of primary human hepatocytes (PHHs) and the human hepatoma cell line, HepaRG, is restricted to differentiated, hepatocyte-like cells. Though preparations of PHH contain up to 100% hepatic cells, cultures of differentiated HepaRG cells are a mixture of hepatocyte-like and biliary-like epithelial cells. We used PHH and HepaRG cells and compared the influence of virus inoculation dose, cell differentiation, and polarization on productive HBV infection. At multiplicities of genome equivalents (mge) >8,000, almost 100% of PHHs could be infected. In contrast, only a subset of HepaRG cells stained positive for HBcAg at comparable or even higher mge. Infection predominantly occurred at the edges of islands of hepatocyte-like HepaRG cells. This indicates a limited accessibility of the HBV receptor, possibly as a result of its polar sorting. Multidrug resistance protein 2 (MRP2), a marker selectively transported to the apical (i.e., canalicular) cell membrane, revealed two polarization phenotypes of HepaRG cells. HBV infection within the islands of hepatocyte-like HepaRG cells preferentially occurred in cells that resemble PHH, exhibiting canalicular structures. However, disruption of cell-cell junctions allowed the additional infection of cells that do not display a PHH-like polarization. Conclusion: HBV enters hepatocytes via the basolateral membrane. This model, at least partially, explains the difference of PHH and HepaRG cells in infection efficacy, provides insights into natural HBV infection, and establishes a basis for optimization of the HepaRG infection system. © 2011 American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases.


Mackerras D.E.M.,Food Standards Australia New Zealand | Mackerras D.E.M.,Charles Darwin University | Singh G.R.,Charles Darwin University | Eastman C.J.,University of Sydney
Medical Journal of Australia | Year: 2011

Objective: To determine the iodine status of participants in the Aboriginal Birth Cohort Study who resided in the Darwin Health Region (DHR) in the "Top End" of the Northern Territory prior to the introduction of mandatory iodine fortification of bread. Design, setting and participants: Participants in our study had been recruited at birth and were followed up at a mean age of 17.8 years. Spot urine samples were collected and assessed for iodine concentration at a reference laboratory. The median urinary iodine concentration (MUIC) of residents of the DHR was calculated and compared with international criteria for iodine status. Analyses were conducted for subgroups living in urban areas (Darwin-Palmerston) and remote communities (rural with an Aboriginal council). We collected a repeat sample in a subset of participants to explore the impact of within-person variation on the results. Main outcome measure: MUIC for residents of the DHR. Results: Urine specimens were provided by 376 participants in the DHR. Overall MUIC was 58 μg/L when weighted to the 2006 Census population. Urban boys had higher values (MUIC = 77 μg/L) than urban and remote-dwelling non-pregnant girls (MUIC= 55 μg/L), but all these groups were classified as mildly iodine deficient. Remotedwelling boys had the lowest MUIC (47 μg/L, moderate deficiency). Pregnant girls and those with infants aged less than 6 months also had insufficient iodine status. Correction for within-person variation reduced the spread of the population distribution. Conclusions: Previously, iodine deficiency was thought to occur only in the southeastern states of Australia. This is the first report of iodine deficiency occurring in residents of the NT. It is also the first study of iodine status in a defined Indigenous population. Future follow-up will reassess iodine status in this group after the introduction of iodine fortification of bread.

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