Economic Outcomes: The aim of the research was to increase understanding of community attitudes and behaviours towards grain based foods, in particular products containing wholegrains and products containing wheat or gluten... Social Outcomes: Previous research has indicated that while the importance of cereal foods in a health promoting diet is internationally accepted, only a small proportion of Australians regularly meet recommended dietary intakes for cereal foods, including wholegrains... The results of the current study provide insight into factors associated with consumption of different kinds of cereal foods, how wholegrains, carbohydrates, and cereals are perceived by the general population, and the underpinnings of an emerging trend towards decreased gluten consumption...
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Wheat quality requirements for these markets have also been consistent... The paper is based on interviews carried out for a project funded jointly by the Grain Growers Association and the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries entitled "What the World Wants from Australian Wheat"... Dr Ken Quail Business Manager Research BRI Australia Pty Ltd 1 Rivett Road, North Ryde NSW 2113 Ph: (02) 9888 9600 Fx: (02) 9888 5821 Mb: 0407 703301 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org < Keep browsing 0 Responses to What the world wants from Australian wheat - what our customers are telling us..