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The meat advisory panel reaffirms benefits of red meat
Red meat and children's diets
Infants and children are at risk from low intakes of meat-based nutrients such as iron, zinc and vitamin D according to the findings of a new study commissioned by the Meat Advisory Panel (MAP).
Women unaware about iron deficiency risks
Women’s lack of understanding of the importance of iron in the diet could be endangering their health and hindering the education performance of their children according to research published today.
MeatBoxes, containing a week’s worth of beef, pork and lamb, were launched today by TV chef John Torode and a group of butchers from across the UK, to show shoppers how much red meat they can enjoy as part of a balanced diet. Modelled on popular vegetable boxes, each MeatBox will contain a variety of cuts of beef, pork and lamb, adding up to 500g per person per week as well as a series of tasty nutritious recipes. The boxes will be trialled in butchers across the country on Thursday 14 July and rolled out if they prove a hit with customers.
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