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Date: April, 2013. An evaluation of a three year safefood funded programme, delivered by Healthy Food for All, of seven Community Food Initiatives based in areas of socio-economic deprivation across the island of Ireland.
Date: November, 2012. In recent years, the prevalence of overweight/obesity has increased dramatically, both globally and on the island of Ireland, with a myriad of factors affecting this change.
Date: November, 2012. The overall aim of the project was to provide a comprehensive assessment of the cost of overweight and obesity on the island of Ireland.
Date: October, 2012. A first step in measuring the experience of food poverty in Ireland by combining three food deprivation items to quantify the level of food poverty today.
Date: October, 2012. This report outlines recent and current activities contributing to nutrition surveillance on IOI and makes recommendations for the future.
Date: October, 2012. safefood has carried out a survey of MSG use in Chinese, Indian and Thai restaurants and take-away outlets in Cork and Belfast.
Date: October, 2012. The aim of this report is to provide a snapshot of the nutritional composition of a sample of Chinese meals purchased from a selection of Chinese takeaway outlets on the island of Ireland.
Date: September, 2012. This review found that chicken is now a key protein source for many consumers on the island of Ireland with eight out of ten adults now eating chicken every week. (Updated 2012)
Date: July, 2012. The aim of this report is to provide a snapshot of the nutritional composition of a sample of cooked burgers purchased from a selection of takeaway outlets and takeaway vans on the IOI.
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