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NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL COMMISSION ON L~ESCn~NCES 2101 Constitution Avenue Washington, D. C. 20418 1!0013 ~ Nt'T8lTION 80JUD APPENDIX C: SYMPOSIUM BACKGROUND The Coordinating Committee on Evaluation of Food Consumption Surveys has planned a symposium to bring together data users from both the public and private sector. The symposium is designed to explore uses of national survey data on food consumption. Since this symposium is a part of a study of both the USDA's Nationwide Food Consumption Surveys (NFCS) -- the Household Food Use and Individual Dietary Intake components -- and also the Dietary Component of the DENS' National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES-DC), - opportunities for enhancing compatibility and comparability between the surveys are clearly a facet of this symposium. PURPOSES: - To review information-gathering efforts of the June 6-8 workshop of the Coordinating Committee on Evaluation of Food Consumption Surveys; - - - - To expand these information-gathering efforts, in particular by identifying additional uses of ant needs for data and data release products from national surveys on food consumption; To identify the Scientific concerns that impact on current and future survey methodologies, data reporting, ant survey uses; To identify modifications of survey design and/or data reporting that meet these identified uses; and To assess the potential impact of suggested survey modifications. D.` N tioncl Perch Council is the pn7lapal operchr~ Nancy of the Nations! AccJ`my of Soiree" cnd the National Scott - y ~ Earn to "ror go9errl - rrl! colt other organ~dion'

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- 118 - SYMPOSIUM AGENDA Thursday, October 27, 1983 B:30 a.m. Registration 9:00 a.m. Conference Introduction Discussion of committee task; How symposium can help committee; Structure of symposium; "Housekeeping" items. Jean-Pierre Habicht, M.D., Ph.D. (Moderator) Chairman Coordinating Committee on Evaluation of Food Consumption Surveys 9:15 a.m. Task of Symposium Identification of concerns and opportunities important to the symposium; Statement of particular items committee hopes will be addressed by speakers and audience; Committee perspective on trade-offs resulting from survey design modifications in general and those that meet specific needs. George H. Beaton, Ph.D. Vice-Chairman Coordinating Committee on Evaluation of Food Consumption Surveys 9:30 a.m. USDA Food Consumption Surveys Discussion providing background information on the National Food Consumption Survey and its components: the Household Food Use and Individual Dietary Intake, including new features to be implemented and those under consideration. Betty Peterkin Deputy Director Consumer Nutrition Division Human Nutrition Information Service, USDA 10:15 a.m. Break . 10:30 a.m. NHANES Food Intake Data Discussion providing background information on the NHANES Survey with emphasis on the Dietary Component, including new features to be implemented and those under consideration. Catherine Woteki, Ph.D. Deputy Director Division of Health Examination Statistics National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS -

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- 119 - 11:15 a.m. HNTS Perspective Discussion of concepts being explored by the agency because of the June workshop; How committee review will help the agency; Information needed by the agency. Isabel Wolf Administrator Human Nutrition Information Service United States Department of Agriculture 11:30 a.m. NCHS Perspective Discussion of concepts being explored by the agency because of the June workshop; How committee review will help the agency; Information needed by the agency. Manning Feinleib, M.D., Dr.P.H. Director National Center for Health Statistics Department of Health and Human Services 11:45 a.m. Questions and General Discussion (see Special Symposium Feature) Audience questions; Opportunity for comments on audience uses of food consumption data bases. Jean-Pierre Habicht, M.D., Ph.D. (Moderator) 12:15 p.m. Luncheon Break Thursday, October 27, 1983 Afternoon Sessions Format of brief remarks followed by specific questions and answers. Kent K. Stewart, Ph.D. (Moderator) Member Coordinating Committee on Evaluation of Food Consumption Surveys 1:30 p.m. Coordinating Committee: Overview Review of workshop effort; Identification of gaps in committee's information-gathering effort; Perspective on uses of food consumption data (from morning session); Reiteration of the critical questions to be discussed by speakers and the symposium audience. Helen A. Guthrie, Ph.D. Member Coordinating Committee on Evaluation of Food Consumption Surveys

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- 120 2:00 p.m. Food Consumption Data Bases for Food Safety Assessments Discussion featuring examples of current uses for assessment of pesticide exposure, contaminant exposure or other uses generally related to dietary or food safety considerations; Needs of the programs for data; Suggested modifications and trade-offs resulting from those suggested modifications. John. C. Vanderveen, Ph.D. Director, Division of Nutrition Bureau of Foods Food and Drug Administration Christine Chaisson, Ph.D. Deputy Branch Chief, Toxicology Office of Pesticide Programs Environmental Protection Agency 2:30 p.m. Food Consumption Data Bases in Market Research - Discussion featuring examples of current industrial uses related to both nutrition and market research questions; Needs for additional data; Suggested modifications and trade-offs resulting from those suggested modifications. Gilbert Martinez Manager Marketing Research Ross Laboratories Focus of this presentation will be data use relative to nutrient analysis, e.g., iron Alvin Riley Manager Marketing Strategy Campbell Soup Company Focus of this presentation will be data use relative to analysis of food intake. 3:00 p.m. Break 3:15 p.m. Opportunities for Using Food Consumption Data in Health-Related Research Discussion featuring examples of uses related to data comparison of national trends; Food consumption data in relation to health trends; Opportunities for use; Identification of needs. William R. Harlan, Jr., M.D. Department of Post-Graduate Medicine and Health Professional Education University of Michigan Medical Center

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121 3:45 p.m. Uses of Food Consumption Data for Food Assistance Programs - - Discussion of examples of. use related to design of food programs; Organizational and agency f Cod patterning uses; Uses in relation to food selection trends. Stanley R. Johnson, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics University of Missouri Discussion featuring examples of uses in local programs; Identification of needs; Suggestions for providing data that can be more widely used by large local programs . Catherine Cowell, Ph.D. Director Bureau of Nutrition New York City Department of Health 4:15 p.m. Questions and General Discussion (see Special Symposium Feature) Audience questions; Opportunity for comments on uses of food consumption data bases, especially as those uses relate to the previous discussions. 5:00 p.m. Adjournment of First Day's Sessions October 28, 1983 Morning Session 9:00 a.m. Recapitulation and Introduction Brief review of information gathered from first day's session with specific remarkable items as identified by committee. L. J. Filer, Jr., M.D., Ph.~. (Moderator) Professor of Pediatrics University of Iowa College of -Medicine

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- 122 - 9:15 a.m. Food Consumption Data Bases in Economic Analyses Discussion featuring examples of use related to agricultural, product demand anaigsis; Opportunities for greater use; Suggested modifications and trad c-off e resulting from these suggested modifications. Oral Capps, Jr., Ph.D. Professor Department of Agricultural Economics Virginia Polytechnic Institute 9:45 a.m. Opportunities for Data Use in Food Guidance and Education Discussion featuring examples of where and how data has been helpful in designing food communication and education systems. Judy Brun, Ph.D. Evaluation Research Associate Division of Nutrition Education National Dairy Council 10:15 a.m. Break 10:30 a.m. Opportunities for Data Use in Policy Considerations Discussion featuring examples of where and how data has been used to support broad policy concerns about food and nutrition questions. Mary Ruth Herbers, M.P.H. Issue Analyst Bread for the World Grace Ostenso, Ph.D. Committee on Science and Technology U.S. House of Representatives 11:00 a.m. Questions and General Discussion (see Special Symposium Feature) Audience questions; Opportunity for comments on audience uses of food consumption data bases, especially as those uses relate to the previous discussions. L. J. Filer, Jr., M.D., Ph.D. (Moderator) 11:45 a.m. Summary Perspective: Information Obtained from Symposium 12:00 Noon Adjournment of Symposium

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123 SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM FEATURE This symposium is designed, in part, to gather information from the broad community of data users. A special agenda feature sets aside some specific time periods to provide members of the audience with the opportunity to comment on their uses of the data. The Committee has suggested that those who desire to provide information should plan on In addition to oral comments during _ ~ _ , the audience participation sections of the symposium, the Committee welcomes more extensive written comments from audience participants. The Committee also welcomes written comments from those data users who cannot attend the symposium. In addressing uses of national survey data on food consumption, the following points may be useful as starting points for comments: user identification; your type of use (e.g., industrial user in market research; food and nutrition communicator, etc.~; specific examples of current use (e.g., assessment of current calcium intake by age and gender; food purchase comparisons with socioeconomic categories, etch; purposes for which you use the data (e.g., assessing dietary adequacy, food safety assessments, trend assessments, etc.~; brief (em. 3 minute) oral comments. Opportunities identified for wider use and modifications needed; how data, survey reports or other data release products can be changed to bring about wider use; (e.g., survey sampling changes: in absolute numbers, sub-group representations, geographic regions, age-sex groupings, income levels, target sub-groups; survey design changes: continuing vs. periodic/at what frequency; cross-sectional vs. longitudinal; changes in reporting of food/nutrient intake: number of days of intake, specificity of food data, detailed vs. aggregate reporting of foods, changes in food/nutrient data bases used to calculate intake estimates, etc.~; and implications of these suggested modifications (e.g., trade-offs involved; data and information that could be lost as well as that which would be gained, etch.

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- 124 Sidney Abraham Div Health Examin Statistics, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Joyce E . Al ten Economic Research Service, USDA Washington, D. C. Virginia E. Ames Hershey Foods Corporation Hershey, PA Per P ins trup-Ander s en Int Fd Pol Res Ins t Washington, D.C. Anton P. Angelich Nes tie Company Fort Salonga, NY Paige Elizabeth Avery Senator Dan for th's Office U. S. Senate, Washington, D.C. John R. Baldwin Hoffman-La Roche, Inc. Nutley, NJ Harry Ba lzer NED Research, Inc . Rosemont, IL George H. Beaton Dept Nutr Sciences, Univ of Toronto Toronto, Ontar lo CANADA Arietta Beloian Division of Nutrition, FDA Washington, 1). C. John D ~ Bens on Ro s s Labora tor ies Columbus, OH Gary W. Bicke 1 Fd and Nutr Service, USDA Alexandria, VA James R. Blaylock Economic Research Service, USDA Washington, D. C. Gladys M. Block National Cancer Ins titute Bethesda, MD Betty B. Blouin Na tiona 1 Nutr it ion C onsor tium Washington, D.C. Alv in Bober Fe in-lIarquart As sac fates Baltimore, MD Ann Bowler Nat '1 High Blood Pressure Ed Prog Arlington, VA M. Elizabeth Brannon Div Maternal & Child Health,- DHHS Rockville, MD Ronette Russell-Briefel Nat '1 Center for Health Stats, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Judy Brun Na tional Da fry Council Rosemont, IL E. Earl Bryant Nat'1 Center for Health State, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Margarite C. Burke Fd Consump Economis t Leavenworth, EN Rueben C. Buse Department Agricultural Economics Univ Viscous in; Madison, WI Ritva R. Butrum Nat '1 Cancer Inset, NIH Bethesda, MD

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- 125 ~ Ida M. Buzzard Div Biometry, Univ of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN Oral Capps, Jr. Dept Agric Econs, VPI Blacksburg, VA Christine Chais~on Off of Pesticide Progs, EPA Washington, D.C. Nancy Chapman House Comm on Agriculture Washington, D. C. Margaret C. Cheney Bur Nutritional Sciences Food Directorate; Ottowa, Canada Wen Shyong Chern Dept Textiles & Consumer Econ~. Univ of MD; College Pk. MD Joj inder G. Chopra Bureau of Foots, FDA Washington, D. C. Barbara P. Clarke American Red Cross Washington, D. C. Gus D. Coccodril li, Jr . General Foods Corporation Tarry town, NY Gerald Coombe Agric Res Service, USDA Beltsville, MD Rober t G. Coon Bureau of Foods, FDA Washington, D. C. J. B. Cordaro Council for Responsible Nutrition Washington, D.C. Sheryl Cottrell Human Nutr Res Center, USDA Beltsville, MD Linda Couvill ion Off Butget & Prog. Analysis, USDA Washington, D. C. Catherine Cowell Bur of Nutr, NY City Health Dept New York, NY Nancy T. Crane Food and Nutrition Service, USDA Alexandria, VA Richard E. Cristol The Robert H. Kellen Co. Atlanta, GA Carol L. Danaher Fd & Nutr, USDA Alexandria, VA Patricia N. Daniels Food and Nutrition Service, USDA Alexandria, VA Frances R. Davidson Dept Comm & Fam Med. Georgetown Univ Washington, D.C. Carlton G. Davis Fd & Resource Econs Dept, Univ of FL Gainesville, Florida Carole Davis Foot and Diet Research, USDA Hyattsville, MD Hari H. Dayal Fox Chase Cancer Center Philadelphia, PA Patricia M Dinkelacker Westat Research Corporation Rock~ille, MD

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126 Connie M. Dresser Nat ' ~ Center for Health State, DHHS Hyatte~rille, MD Janet A. Dudek National Food Processors Association Washington, D. C. Avalon Dungan - JWK International Corporation Annandale, VA Leon E1 lenbogen Nutritional Science, Leterle Labs Pearl River, NY Alta M. Engstrom General Mills, Inc. Minneapolis, MN Patricia Fallon Hoffman-La Roche, Inc. Nutley, NJ Manning Feinleib Nat'1 Center Health State, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Jacob J. Feldman Nat'1 Center Health Stats, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Owen R. Fennema Dept Fd Sci, Univ of WI Madison, WI Janeanne M. Ferlazzo Nat'1 Center for Health Stats, DENS Hyattaville, MD L. J. Filer, Jr. Dept Pediatrics, Univ of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Kathryn Fleming Fd Consumption Res Branch, USDA Hyattsville, MD Allan L. Forbes, Assoc Dir Nutrition and Food Science, FDA Washington, D.C. Cynthia H. Ford Technical Assistance Branch, ENS Alexandria, VA Tab Forgac National Dairy Council Rosemont, IL Steven H. Fox Cancer Inst, NIH Bethesda, MD Robinson Fulwood Nutrition Statistics Branch, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Carol Brignoli Gable Division of Nutrition, FDA Washington, D.C. Steven K. Gale Fd and Nutr Service, USDA Alexandria, VA Janet Cannon Capital Systems Group, Inc. Kensington, MD Lilly Gardner Capital Systems Groups Kensington, MD- Margaret T. Gloninger Grad Sch Pub Health, Univ Pitt Pittsburgh, PA Barry I. Graubard Biometry Branch, NIH Bethesda, MB Brucy Gray Survey Statistics Branch, USDA Hyattsville, MD

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127 ~ Mar j or ie S. Greenberg Nat '1 Center for Health Stats, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Peter Greenwaid Nat'1 Cancer Ins t Bethesda, MD Rosa Gryder Bureau of Foods, FDA Washington, D. C. Patric ia Guenther Fd Consump Res Branch, USDA Hyattsvil le. MD Patricia K. Gus eman Texas Ag Ex St/Rural Sac TX A&M Univ; Call Sta, TX Helen A. Guthrie Nutr Dept, Penn State Univ Univers ity Park, PA Mary H. Gylling Hof fmann La Roche Nutley, NJ Lawrence D. Haber Census Bur-Pop Div; Dept Commerce Washington, D.C. Jean-Pierre Habicht Div Nutr Sciences, Cornell Univ Ithaca, NY Lawrence J. Haddad Fd Res Inst, Stanford Univ. Stanford, CA Richard C. Haidacher Econ Res Service, USDA Washington, D.C. Mary Hama Fd Consump Res Br, USDA Hyattsville, MD Eric Hanson Division of Nutrition FDA Washington, D. C. William R. Harlan, Jr. Univ of Mich Med Center Ann Arbor, MI Mar ielouise W. Harrel 1 Sigma One Corporation Raleigh, NC Anne M. Har tman Nat '1 Cancer Institute Bethesda, MD Richard Havlik Div Heart & Vase Diseases, NIH Bethesda, MD D. Mark Hegs ted Harvard Medical School Southborough, MA Be t ty J . Henry M.D. Anderson Hasp Hous ton, TX Frank Hepburn Nutrient Data Research Branch, USDA Hyattsville, MD Mary Ruth Herbers Bread for the World Washington, D. C. Teres i ta B . Hernandez JWK International Corporation Annanda le. VA John Heybach Genera 1 Foods Corpora t ion Tarrytown, NY Brenda Chris tine Higgins The Nutr ition Foundation Washington, D. C.

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- 128 Ja irus Michael Hihn Dept Agr ic and Res Economics Univ of California; Berkeley, CA Dale C. Hitchcock Nat '1 Center for Health Stats, DHHS Hyattsville, MD G. Wit 1 lam Hoagland Senate Budget Committee Washington, D. C. Joanne Ho lden Agric Res Center, USDA Beltsville, MD Lore t ta W. Hoover IJniv of Missouri Co lumb is, MO Harold B. Houser Dept Biome try, Case Wes tern Res Univ Cleveland, OH Chung L. Huang Dept Agr Econs, Univ of GA Experiment, GA H. David Hurt Quaker Oats Co Barr ington, IL Er ic L. Hyman Cong Off Tech Assessment Washington, D.C. Linda Ingwersen Food Consumption Research Branch Hyattsville, M1) Anthony W. Jackson Comm Children, Youth & Families U.S. Hse of Reps, Wash., D.C. Eva E. Jacobs Bur of Labor Statistics Washington, I).C. Howard N. Jacobson Ins t of Nutr, Univ of NC Chapel Hill, NC Clif ford L. Johnson Nat'1 Center for Health Stats, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Stanley R. Johnson Dept Agric Econs, Univ of MO Columbia, MO Samue 1 G . Kahn AID, State Department Washington, D. C. Elizabeth A. Keighley Nat'1 High Blood Pressure Educ Prog Arlington, 11A Ne it Kenney Off Cons Gds, U.S. Dept of Commerce Washington, D. C. Richard Kerr Fd and Diet Res Branch, USDA Hyattsville, MD Chor-San Khoo Campbel 1 Soup Company Camden, NJ Judith L. Kinman Fox Chase Cancer Center Philadelphia, PA Mary Grace Kovar Nat ' 1 Center for Heal th Stat, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Natalie Kurinij Ep idemiol ogy Res, NIH Bethesda, MD Ka ther ine Di 1 1 on Ladd Government Research Corporat ion Washington, D. C.

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129 ~ Georgia C. Lauritzen Nutrition, Utah State Univ Logan, Utah Nancy B . Le idenc fros e Expanded Ft Nut Ed Prog, USDA Washington, D.C. Rodney E. Leonard Community Nutrition Institute Wash ington, D. C. Daniel B. Levine Panel on Immigration Stats, NRC Washington, D.C. Carol L. Loomis MD Dept Heal th & Mental Hygiene Baltimore, M1) Mar 1 ene Woo Lun Ross Laborator ies Co lumbus, Oh lo Jerold R. Mande Congressman Albert Gore, Jr. 's Office U.S. Hse of Reps, Washington, D.C. Audrey N . Mare tzki Dept Fd Sci & Human Nutr, Univ of HI Honolulu, HI Mary Mar shal 1 Hum Nutr Res Center, USDA Beltsville, MD Gilbert Mart inez Ros s Laborator ies Co lumbus, Oh io Mas ao Ma t s umo to Econ Res Serv, USDA Wash ington, I). C. Pat McAdam Science Dept, Howart Comm College Jes sup, MD Sylvia V. McAdoo The Johns Hopkin~ Hospital Baltimore, MD Audrey McCoo 1 Fd Nutr In~t Ad Dept, Univ of Md College Park, MD Myrtle R. McCulloch Howard Univers ity Washington, D. C. Janet B. McI)onald Division of Nutrition, FDA Wash ington, D.C. Margaret McDowell Division of Nutrition, FDA Washington, D.C. Edward Merritt Pfizer, Inc. New York, NY Linda D. Meyers Fd Nutr Bd, NAS/NRC Washington, D.C. Sharon Mickle Fd Consump Research Branch, USDA Hyattsville, MD Robert W. Middleton Nat'1 Marine Fish Serv, Dept Commerce Wash ington, I) . C . Max Mi lner American Institute of Nutrition Bethe~da, MD John P. Modderman Food Science, FDA Washington, D.C. Der ia F. Moore Div Mat and Child Health, DHHS Rockville, MD

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130 Lenora Moragne Nu tr i Lion, DHHS Washington, I).C. Robert S. Murphy Nat ' 1 Center for Health Stats, DHHS Hyat tsvil le. MI) Mar ja Liisa Mutanen Human Nutr Res Center, USDA Bel tsv it le. MD Mar j or ie B . Myr ianthopoulos Nutr Res, NIH Washington, D. C. Pame la S . Norum Dept of Marketing, V.P. I. Univ Blacksburg, VA Grace L. Os tenso U. S. He of Reps Washington, D. C. Sushma Palmer Ed & Nutr Bd, NAS/NRC Washington, D. C. Youngmee Park Division of Nutrition, IDA Washington, D. C. Nancy Pearce Nat '1 Center for Health Stats, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Robert B. Pear 1 Univers ity of Illinois Si lver Spr ing, MD Jean A. Pennington Bureau of Foods, FDA Washington, D.C. Betty Perloff Hum Nutr Infor Service, USDA Hyattsville, Im Be t ty Pe terk in Consumer Nutrition Division, USDA Hyattsville, H1) Grace J . Pe to t Dept Nutr, Care Western Reserve Univ Cleveland, OH Susan M. Pitch Life Sciences Research Office Bethesda, MD Patr icia P it low Cancer Prevent, M.D. Anderson Hosp Hous ton, TX Patr ic ia O ' Br ian-P lace Of f Intern Coop & Dev, USDA Washington, D.C. Barry M. Popkin Dept Nutr, Univ of North -Carolina Chapel Hill, NC Archie B. Porter Pepsi Company, Inc. Valhalla, NY Donna V. Porter Cong Res Serv, Lib Cong Washington, D.C. Linda Posati Nutrient Data Res Branch, USDA Hyattsville, MD Candace G. Pratt American Meat Institute Washington, D.C. David W. Price Agric Econ, Wash State Univ Pullman, WA Dorothy Z. Price Child & Fam Studies Washington State Univ ; Put lman, WA

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- 131 - Jill S. Randell ENS, USDA Alexandria, VA Robert Reese Fd Consump Red Branch, USDA Hyattsville, MD Howard Riddick Fd ant Diet Res Branch, USDA Hyattsville, Alv in Ri 1 ey Campbe 11 US Div Camden, NJ Robert Rizek Consumer Nutr Center, USDA Hyattsville, MD Mar ion F. Rob ins on Dept Nutr, Univ of Otago Otago, New Zealand Anne H. Rogers Econ Res Serv, USDA Washington, D. C. Beth B. Rothschild Na tional Analys to Ph i lade 1 ph is, PA Marilyn Ruffin Fam Econs Res Grp, USDA Hyattsville, MI) Bettina Lise Schiebler Congressman Buddy Mackay's Off U.S. Hee of Reps, Washington, D.C. Marvin A. Schneiderman Clement Associates Arlington, VA George Brooks Schreiber National Cancer Institute Silver Spring, MD Ronald A. Schrimper Dept Econ & Business, N Carolina Univ Rs le igh, N Caro ~ ina Raymond E. Schucker Nutrition and Fd Sciences, FDA Washington, D.C. Christopher Sempos Division of Nutrition, FDA Washington, D.C. Benjamin H. Senauer Dept Agric & Applied Econ Univ of Minn., St. Paul, MN Mary Ann Sestili National Cancer Institute Bethesda, MD George Shababb NED Research, Inc. Port Washington, NY Bonnie Sherr BJD, Inc. Mt. Laurel, NJ Amy Baxter Slonim Nutrition, DENS Washington, D.C. David M. Smallwood Econ Research Serv, USDA Washington, D.C. Gary H. Smith Off Intern Coop & Dev, USDA Washington, D.C. Jack Louis Smith Univ of Nebraska Med Center Omaha, NE Ann W. Sorenson Sch of Hygiene and Publ Health Johns Hopkins Univ; Baltimore, MD

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13-2 Richard M. Stalvey The Nutrition Foundation Washington, D. C. John L. Stanton Ins t Res in Fd Consump & Nutr Temple Univ; Philadelphia, PA Marge S tanton Agr ic Res Serv, USDA Chevy Chase, MD Marilyn G. Stephenson Nutrition, FDA Washington, D. C. Kent K. S tewar t Dept Fd Sci & Tech, VPI Blacksburg, VA Margaret R. Stewart Consul t ing Staf f Of f icer, FNB Blacksburg, VA Philip R. Taylor Dept Health, Educ & Welfare, NIH Bethesda, MD Pat Thacks ton Off Budget & Prog. Analysis, USDA Wash ington, D. C. Edi th P. Thomas Extens ion Service, USDA Washington, D. C . Daniel S. Tilley Dept Agric Scone, OK State Univ Stillwater, OK Bonnie Van Blarcom Free Lnce Eco Consul tent Alexandr is, VA John E. Vanderveen Bur of Fad, EDA Washington, D. C. Katherine K. Waliman Council Pro f Assocs on Fed Stats Washington, D. C. Edward P. Ward Westat Rockville, MD Michael J. Wargo Fd & Nutr Service, USDA Alexandria, VA Susan Welsh Consumer Nutr Div. USDA Hyattsville, MD Donald A. West Extension Service, USDA Washington, D.C. Jerry G. Wheeler Nat'1 Center for Health Stats, USDA Hyattsville, MD Andrew A. Wh i te Survey Design, DHHS Hyattsville, MD Virginia Wilkening Nutr and Fd Science, FDA Washington, D.C. B. Wells Willis Fd Safety & Inspect Svce, USDA Washington, D.C. Ca ther ine W . Wi 1 s on Home Econs, Cheyney Univ Cheyney, PA Lucy B. Wilson Na tional Analys to Philadelphia, PA Carol T. Windham Dept Nutr & Fd Sci, Utah State Univ Logan, Utah

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133 - Isabel Wolf Hum Nutr Infor Serv, USDA Hyattsville, MD Pamela H. Wolf George town Univers ity Washington, D. C. Faye L. Wang Centers for Disease Control Atlanta, GA Martha Y. Workman Nutr Branch, USDA Washington, D. C. Catherine Woteki Hea 1 th & Exam Stats Div. DHHS Hyattsville, MD Helen Smiciklas-Wright Dept of Nutr, Penn State Univ Univers ity Park, PA Gooloo S. Wunderlich Pub 1 Hea 1 th Serv ice, DHHS Rockvi 1 le. MB Allison Yates Div Nutr, Emory Univ At lanta, GA Beth A. Yetley Shiv of Nutr, IDA Washington, D. C. Joanne Ziyed Human Nutr Res Center, USDA Beltsville, ID) Ma 1 tory Zo lyan NED Research Port Washington, NY. -

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