What's new

Here is where you can get up to date on Intake's most recent news and announcements.  We also provide links below to selected recent publications and news articles, and other noteworthy items and events relevant to the collection, analysis and use of dietary data. 

News & Announcements

November 23, 2020

This survey guidance document was produced by Intake in collaboration with the Department of Nutrition at the Federal University of Paraná at Curitiba, Brazil.  The document provides guidance for the development of portion-size food photographs and full-size food photographs for portion size estimation in quantitative 24-hour dietary recall surveys in LMICs.

November 12, 2020

CSDietary is a data entry and management software system developed by HarvestPlus and SerPro S.A. to support nutrition researchers around the world to enter, manage, and process data from 24-hour recall dietary surveys.

October 19, 2020

This Intake survey planning tool is designed to assist survey planners with the development of a survey protocol for a quantitative 24-hour dietary recall survey in a low- or middle-income country. The document provides a template that outlines the structure and content that is generally included in a protocol for a quantitative 24-hour dietary recall survey. The template has been designed to be especially relevant for large-scale dietary surveys but can be adapted for…

September 1, 2020

This remote stakeholder meeting was held on September 1, 2020. The meeting  included a series of presentations to describe the work to develop and validate the GDQS, a new metric of diet quality appropriate for use in LMICs; and an opportunity for meeting participants to provide feedback to help inform the next steps of the research.  Watch the recording of the meeting here.

August 13, 2020

This recently published paper in the Lancet Planet Health journal highlights the need for diet quality metrics that are validated against both nutrient adequacy and non-communicable disease outcomes, to assess and address diet quality in the context of the double burden of malnutrition.