According to the proposal, ISO/TS/P 213 will guide standardization in the field of nutrition and dietetics services, covering intervention programs, nutritional clinical practice, and nutrition in emergency response. Standards will address the preparation and serving of institutional and household foods, detailing terminology, nutrition assessment tools and methods, and food measurements. Criteria for nutrition supplements, advertisements and promotions, and training in nutrition and dietetics will also be included.
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