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Date: July, 2016: A snapshot of cooking and food skills among adults on the island of Ireland and their relationship with diet.
Date: November, 2016. The report is presented in the context of increasing concerns of poverty in the Republic of Ireland and the challenges facing low-income families to afford a minimum essential food basket.
Date: October, 2016. An exploration of the eating patterns, related lifestyle behaviours and experiences of shift workers on the island of Ireland.
Date: June, 2016. A technology viability study.
Date: September, 2016. The cost of food and the amount of available income are key determinants of access to a healthy diet.
Date: August, 2016. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of E. coli resistant to three key classes of antimicrobials in raw meat.
Date: June, 2016. A provenance verification scheme is needed for cheeses produced on the island of Ireland.
Date: March, 2016. Caffeine is the main active ingredient in energy drinks and so it is the focus of this report.
Date: September, 2015. The aim of this survey is to provide a snapshot of the nutritional composition of a sample of popular takeaway Indian meals.
Date: September, 2015. Looks at the nutritional content of a popular and convenient "on-the-go" food, the wrap, and sheds light on whether it is a healthy option.
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