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- Apr 04, 2017
- Authored By Sameera Sirisena
Ingredients with antioxidant capacity, such as polyphenols, are probably the most popular functional ingredient group in the food industry. There is a vast amount of research on polyphenol contents in various edible and medicinal plants, and their potential health benefits. There are various proposed mechanisms for those bioactivities, and the antioxidant mechanism is only one. This article mainly focuses on the antioxidant properties of polyphenols, main polyphenol-rich edible plants, and methods of measuring polyphenol contents and antioxidant activity.
- Apr 04, 2017
- Authored By Joe Lederman & John Thisgaard
The imposition of a new Country of Origin Labelling scheme has reinforced the importance of origin claims for both food businesses and consumers. While the food industry has been busy ensuring they comply with the new system, it is important to remember that a product’s Country of Origin Label is but one method of making an origin claim. Many products make use of a geographical indicator which can infuse the origins of the product in its overall branding. This article looks at developments in the law of geographical indicators, including how businesses can enforce and protect them, the special protections in the area of wine, and the potential for further protection through new international agreements.