東日本大震災におけるボランティアによる炊き出しメニューの栄養評価からみた食品及び料理提案の試み [in Japanese] Proposed Foodstuffs and Menu Based on the Nutritional Assessment of Food Distributed by Volunteers after the Great East Japan Earthquake [in Japanese]
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The foodstuffs and menus for voluntary distribution needed after future emergencies are proposed based on an analysis of current food trends and a nutritional assessment of the rations distributed by Peace Boat, a non-governmental organization. <br> The distribution of food supplied by the NGO incorporated many vegetables which were likely to be in shortage for the victims, although there was insufficient meat, fish and milk/dairy products to provide protein. Meal menus consisting of multiple dishes and hot dishes were provided. An insufficiency of staple food, main dishes and milk/dairy products resulted in a nutritional value below the desirable level. We therefore focused on providing sufficient levels of energy, vitamin B<sub>2</sub>, and calcium, which were all low on the nutritional evaluation, and propose menus in consideration of their shelf lives to provide an adequate supply of these components.
- Journal of Home Economics of Japan
Journal of Home Economics of Japan 66(4), 158-166, 2015
The Japan Society of Home Economics