Nutroxsun® has obtained the health claim in South Korea for UV protection

On November 11, the MFDA (Ministry of Food and Drug Safety) has approved the health claim “May help to maintain skin health from skin damaged by UV radiation” for Nutroxsun. This has been possible due to the good work of the Korean company Natural F&P, that from the beginning informed Monteloeder that their main goal was to get the health claim approved.

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RECP: The world’s largest trade agreement will strengthen exchanges in the Pacific

In November 2012, in Cambodia, the ten countries that make up ASEAN (Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myammar) began negotiations to promote trade with six other countries in the area, specifically with Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan, South Korea and India.

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Monteloeder fights against childhood obesity by creating MASTERS

Monteloeder, in its commitment to carry out a social awareness campaign in Europe against childhood obesity, decided to invite the Mapfre Foundation to participate and collaborate with them in their project to improve the health and quality of life of the population, trying to solve the problem of obesity from its root: childhood.

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To an end the Italian alert on curcuma

Last Friday (26/07/2019) the last months’ alert on turmeric supplements, suspected of being responsible for about twenty cases of cholestatic hepatitis in Italy, has come to an end, [1].

The team of experts appointed by the Ministry of Health who conducted the investigations and analyses did not identify a direct correlation with a specific extract or dosage of curcumin, and excluded the presence of contaminants or voluntarily added substances; the literature data and the information provided by the other Member States, where similar reports had emerged, were also evaluated. Continue reading To an end the Italian alert on curcuma

Japan-EU free trade agreement

After a long process of negotiations that began in 2013 and not without differences between both parties, finally the European Union and Japan signed a Free Trade Economic Agreement on 1 February. Specifically, the Agreement contemplates the elimination of tariffs between both geographical areas. In addition to facilitating economic transactions between both economies, this milestone involves sending a clear message from two of the world’s most prosperous economies that international trade is moving in the opposite direction of protectionism and towards globalization. It supposes a brave bet in the present times where in some western countries the populisms that champion protectionism and anti-globalization messages enjoy more and more followers.

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The “AVANZA-S” project achieves new milestones in the research of healthier foods and advanced packaging

The Centre for Industrial and Technology Development (CDTI) of the Spanish Ministry of Economy has reviewed and certified the third year of the R&D project “Research and experimental development of new healthy food products and advanced packaging solutions” (AVANZA-S).

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