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NNR2022 chapters: Public consultation

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General information

The NNR2022 project will now carry out public consultations on the scientific background material that will inform the dietary reference values (DRVs) and food based dietary guidelines (FBDGs) in the final NNR2022 report. We encourage stakeholders, scientists, and other interested parties to share their insight and feedback on the chapter drafts on the scientific assessment on nutrients and food groups and health outcomes.

The consultation period for each chapter draft will be eight weeks. To subscribe for updates on this page, please fill in your email address at the bottom of the page. You will receive a news alert when a new chapter is available. This public consultation of nutrient and food group chapters will continue throughout the next months, and chapters will be announced continuously when ready.

The hearing responses will be publicly available and carefully considered by the NNR2022 Committee. It should be noted that comments submitted by individuals in a personal capacity will be published as such, indicating the author’s first and family name. Comments submitted on behalf of an organization are also made publicly available and attributed to the organization in question. Comments will not be considered unless submitted via the platform, e.g. comments submitted as emails to the NNR2022 Committee will not be accepted.

All input considered by the NNR2022 Committee as scientifically valid and relevant will be forwarded to the authors for consideration. Please note that sustainability aspects and other issues such as obesity, physical activity, and burden of diseases will be integrated at a later stage, if relevant. The NNR2022 Committee will be responsible for setting the DRVs and FBDGs. The suggestion for setting of DRVs and FBDGs will be open for public consultation at a later stage, before the NNR2022 Committee reach the final conclusion, and are not included in the documents now available for public consultation.

Please note that the background papers on sustainability aspects will be announced for public consultation separately at a later stage. More information about this process will follow later.

How to give input

In a questionnaire you will be able to give both general and specific comments. Please be as specific as possible in your comments and refer to page number and paragraph.

Chapters open for public consultation

Vitamin D (2 December 2022 – 3 February 2023)

Fluoride (15 December 2022 – 16 February 2023)

Chromium (15 December 2022 – 16 February 2023)

Vitamin C (15 December 2022 – 16 February 2023)

Magnesium (15 December 2022 – 16 February 2023)

Carbohydrates (15 December 2022 – 16 February 2023)

Fruit juice (16 December 2022 – 17 February 2023)

Potatoes (16 December 2022 – 17 February 2023)

Cereals (19 December 2022 – 20 February 2023)

Sodium as salt (19 December 2022 – 20 February 2023)

Manganese (20 December 2022 – 21 February 2023)

Molybdenum (20 December 2022 – 21 February 2023)

Infant feeding (20 December 2022 – 21 February 2023)

Dietary fibre (20 December 2022 – 21 February 2023)

Selenium (20 December 2022 – 21 February 2023)

Energy (4 January – 1 March 2023)

Vitamin E (4 January – 1 March 2023)

Protein (5 January – 2 March 2023)

Fat and fatty acids (9 January – 6 March 2023)

Fish and seafood (9 January – 6 March 2023)

Pulses and legumes (9 January – 6 March 2023)

Beverages (10 January – 7 March 2023)

Iron (12 January – 9 March 2023)

Antioxidants and phytochemicals (12 January – 9 March 2023)

Milk and dairy (13 January – 10 March 2023)

Copper (26 January – 23 March 2023)

Background paper: Social and economic dimensions of sustainability – SAPEA summary (30 January – 24 March 2023 13.00)

Background paper: Challenges and opportunities when incorporating sustainability into FBDGs (30 January – 24 March 2023 13.00)

Background paper: Integrating sustainability into food based dietary guidelines (30 January – 24 March 2023 13.00)

Overview of nutrient and food group chapters in NNR2022

Ongoing and finalised hearings. When a consultation is concluded, responses are published in this table.

Nutrients

 Status

1. Fluid and water balance

Consultation ended 16 August 2022:
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2. Energy

Ongoing

3. Carbohydrates

Ongoing

4. Dietary fibre

Ongoing

5. Fat and fatty acids

Ongoing

6. Protein

Ongoing

7. Alcohol

Consultation ended 5 January 2023:
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8. Vitamin A

Consultation ended 16 August 2022:
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9. Vitamin D

Ongoing

10. Vitamin E

Ongoing

11. Vitamin K

Consultation ended 16 August 2022:
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12. Thiamine

Consultation ended 21 November 2022:
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13. Riboflavin     

Consultation ended 21 April 2022:
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14. Niacin

Consultation ended 9 June 2022:
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15. Vitamin B6

Consultation ended 7 December 2022:
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16. Folate

Consultation ended 9 September 2022:
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17. Vitamin B12

Consultation ended 8 November 2022:
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18. Biotin

Consultation ended 21 November 2022:
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19. Pantothenic acid         

Consultation ended 20 September 2022:
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20. Vitamin C

Ongoing

21. Calcium

Consultation ended 9 September 2022:
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22. Phosphorus

Consultation ended 5 December 2022:
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23. Magnesium

Ongoing

24. Sodium as salt

Ongoing

25. Potassium

Consultation ended 9 September 2022:
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26. Iron

Ongoing

27. Zinc

Consultation ended 10 November 2022:
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28. Iodine

Consultation ended 29 August 2022:
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29. Selenium

Ongoing

30. Copper

Ongoing

31. Chromium

Ongoing

32. Manganese

Ongoing

33. Molybdenum

Ongoing

34. Fluoride

Ongoing

35. Choline

Consultation ended 9 June 2022:
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36. Antioxidants and phytochemicals

Ongoing

Food groups

 Status

1. Infant feeding

Ongoing

2. Beverages

Ongoing

3. Cereals (grains)

Ongoing

4. Vegetables, fruits and berries

Consultation ended 5 December 2022:
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5. PotatoesOngoing
6. Fruit juiceOngoing

7. Pulses (legumes)

Ongoing

8. Nuts

Consultation ended 5 December 2022:
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9. Fish, fish products and seafood

Ongoing

10. Meat and meat products

Consultation ended 29 November 2022:
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11. Milk and dairy products

Ongoing

12. Eggs

Consultation ended 23 November 2022:
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13. Fats and oils

Consultation ended 9 September 2022:
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14. Sweets and other sugary foods

Consultation ended 11 November 2022:
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15. Dietary patterns

Consultation ended 5 January 2023:
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16. Meal Patterns

Consultation ended 16 August 2022:
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17. Ultraprocessed foods

Consultation ended 1 December 2022:
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Background papers on sustainability aspects

 Status
Assessing the environmental sustainability of diets – an overview of approaches and identification of 5 key considerations for comprehensive assessments

Consultation ended 30 September 2022:
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Overview of food consumption and environmental sustainability – considerations in the Nordic and Baltic region

Consultation ended 16 January 2023:
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Social and economic dimensions of sustainability - SAPEA summaryOngoing
Challenges and opportunities when incorporating sustainability into FBDGsOngoing
Integrating sustainability into food based dietary guidelinesOngoing

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