Methodology design of the regional Sub-Saharan Africa Total Diet Study in Benin, Cameroon, Mali and Nigeria. Ingenbleek, L., Jazet, E., Dzossa, A. D., Adebayo, S. B., Ogungbangbe, J., Dansou, S., Diallo, Z. J., Kouebou, C., Adegboye, A., Hossou, E., Coulibaly, S., Eyangoh, S., Le Bizec, B., Verger, P., Kamanzi, J., Merten, C., & Leblanc, J. 109:155–169.
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The core food model was described more than three decades ago, and has been used ever since to identify main food contributors to dietary intakes for both nutrients and other food chemicals. The SubSaharan Africa Total Diet Study (SSA-TDS) uses this model to describe the food consumption habits of some selected populations of Benin, Cameroon, Mali, and Nigeria, prior to use in the completion of quantitative risk assessments with regard to food chemicals. Food consumption data were derived from food expenditure data contained in national household budget surveys that were provided by the national institutes of statistics in each country. A classification of African foods was established for the purpose of the study and core foods were selected, so as to reflect 96 ± 1% of the average national total diet expressed in weight. Populations from eight study centers were selected by national stakeholders. This approach involves the purchase of 4020 individual foods, prepared as consumed and pooled into 335 food composite samples, for analysis of mycotoxins, PAHs, PCBs and dioxins, pesticides, metals and trace elements, PFAs, and BFRs. This sampling plan aims to provide a representative, cost effective, and replicable approach for deterministic dietary exposure assessments in developing countries.
@article{ingenbleek_methodology_2017,
	title = {Methodology design of the regional Sub-Saharan Africa Total Diet Study in Benin, Cameroon, Mali and Nigeria},
	volume = {109},
	issn = {02786915},
	url = {https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0278691517304672},
	doi = {10.1016/j.fct.2017.08.017},
	abstract = {The core food model was described more than three decades ago, and has been used ever since to identify main food contributors to dietary intakes for both nutrients and other food chemicals. The {SubSaharan} Africa Total Diet Study ({SSA}-{TDS}) uses this model to describe the food consumption habits of some selected populations of Benin, Cameroon, Mali, and Nigeria, prior to use in the completion of quantitative risk assessments with regard to food chemicals. Food consumption data were derived from food expenditure data contained in national household budget surveys that were provided by the national institutes of statistics in each country. A classification of African foods was established for the purpose of the study and core foods were selected, so as to reflect 96 ± 1\% of the average national total diet expressed in weight. Populations from eight study centers were selected by national stakeholders. This approach involves the purchase of 4020 individual foods, prepared as consumed and pooled into 335 food composite samples, for analysis of mycotoxins, {PAHs}, {PCBs} and dioxins, pesticides, metals and trace elements, {PFAs}, and {BFRs}. This sampling plan aims to provide a representative, cost effective, and replicable approach for deterministic dietary exposure assessments in developing countries.},
	pages = {155--169},
	journaltitle = {Food and Chemical Toxicology},
	author = {Ingenbleek, Luc and Jazet, Eric and Dzossa, Anaclet D. and Adebayo, Samson B. and Ogungbangbe, Julius and Dansou, Sylvestre and Diallo, Zima J. and Kouebou, Christiant and Adegboye, Abimbola and Hossou, Epiphane and Coulibaly, Salimata and Eyangoh, Sara and Le Bizec, Bruno and Verger, Philippe and Kamanzi, Jean and Merten, Caroline and Leblanc, Jean-Charles},
	urldate = {2019-03-29},
	date = {2017-11},
	langid = {english},
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