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Role of Nutrition and Health Claims on Growing Up Milk Product as Purchasing Decision Determination RTR, Ayu Puspitalena; Palupi, Nurheni Sri; Giriwono, Puspo Edi
Jurnal Mutu Pangan (Indonesian Journal of Food Quality) Vol 2, No 2 (2015)
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Abstract. . This moment,it has not been known the role of nutrition and health claims as purchasing decision determination. Objective of the research is to study the role of nutrition and health claims on the labels of growing up milk as purchasing decision and to analyze corellation of respondent's characteristics which have influence. Study was conducted by survey, data were analyzed descriptively and statistically. Label of growing up milk for children 1-3 years old read by 70% respondent and 30% occasionally, and 23% of respondents do not read nutrition and health claims. Nutritional and health claims have a role as a determinant of purchasing decisions for consumers of 24%. As for the 76% purchase decision is influenced by other factors such as suitable with a child, nutrient content, good taste or price. The role of nutritional and health claims as a determinant of purchase decisions are influenced by factors of education, family expenses per month and expenditure for milk per month. As for the other factors that include age, occupation, number of children, place of purchase, and frequency of purchases did not affect the role of nutrition and health claims as a determinant of purchase. Keywords: Label, growing up milk, nutrition and health claims, purchasing decisions Abstrak. Saat ini belum diketahui peranan klaim gizi dan kesehatan sebagai penentu keputusan pembelian. Penelitian bertujuan mengkaji peranan klaim gizi dan kesehatan pada label produk susu pertumbuhan terhadap keputusan pembelian dan menganalisis hubungan karakteristik responden yang berpengaruh. Penelitian dilakukan dengan metode survei, data dianalisis secara deskriptif dan statistik. Sebanyak 70% responden membaca label produk susu pertumbuhan untuk anak usia 1-3 tahun dan 30% kadang-kadang, serta 23% responden tidak membaca klaim gizi dan kesehatan. Klaim gizi dan kesehatan mempunyai peranan sebagai penentu keputusan pembelian bagi konsumen yaitu sebesar 24%. Sebesar 76% keputusan pembelian dipengaruhi oleh faktor lainnya seperti cocok dengan anak, kandungan gizi, rasa yang enak ataupun harganya. Peranan klaim gizi dan kesehatan sebagai penentu keputusan pembelian dipengaruhi oleh faktor pendidikan, pengeluaran keluarga per bulan dan pengeluaran untuk susu per bulan. Faktor lain yang meliputi usia, pekerjaan, jumlah anak, lokasi pembelian, dan frekuensi pembelian tidak mempengaruhi terhadap peran klaim gizi dan kesehatan sebagai penentu pembelian. Kata kunci: Label, susu pertumbuhan, klaim gizi dan kesehatan, keputusan pembelian Aplikasi Praktis: Klaim gizi dan kesehatan pada label susu pertumbuhan untuk anak usia 1-3 tahun berperan sebagai penentu keputusan pembelian. Namun demikian belum semua responden membaca label serta klaim gizi dan kesehatan karena kurang dapat dipahami. Hasil ini dapat digunakan sebagai bahan pertimbangan bagi badan regulasi untuk mengatur klaim gizi dan kesehatan dalam bahasa yang lebih dapat dimengerti oleh masyarakat. Bagi produsen bermanfaat untuk dapat menentukan klaim gizi dan kesehatan yang tepat pada label sehingga berperan efektif sebagai pertimbangan dalam memilih produk. http://jurnalmutupangan.com/index.php?link=view&id=JMP-02-17-037
Prevalensi Penyakit Kanker di Indonesia Berdasarkan Pola Konsumsi Pangan dan Gaya Hidup (Cancer prevalence in Indonesia Based on Food Consumption Patterns and Lifestyle) Aliwikarta, Kuswanto; Palupi, Nurheni Sri; Giriwono, Puspo Edi
Jurnal Mutu Pangan (Indonesian Journal of Food Quality) Vol 3, No 1 (2016)
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Consumption of processed meat is associated to cancer risk increasing. This study used secondary data from RISKESDAS 2013 with a case-control study design, is aimed to analyze the cancer prevelance in Indonesia based on food consumption patterns and lifestyles. The case population is 90 people suffering from cancer and 90 people with no cancer randomly selected as control. Respondent profiles were analyzed by univariate analysis. The relationship of cancer risk factors were analyzed by bivariate analysis and determination of risk factors using multivariate analysis. Sensitivity and specificity analyses showed the cancer vulnerable age is ≥46 years. Processed meat consumption is associated significantly (p=0.000; OR=1.25) in the cancer prevelance. Respondents frequently eat processed meat risk is predicted 1.25 times compared to those not taking. Vegetable consumption (p=0.046; OR=0.509) and fruit consumption (p=0.022; OR=0.365) related significantly to cancer. Vegetables consumption reduce the risk by 0509 times, and fruit consumption reduce the risk by 0365 times. Lifestyle risk factors (physical activity and smoking) significant (p=0.000) to cancer. Multivariate analysis results showed the age, gen- der and processed meat consumption is associated significantly (p=0.000) to cancer. 
Pengembangan Mi Kering Berbahan Dasar Tepung Ubi Jalar Ungu (Ipomoea batatas L.) sebagai Pangan Fungsional Tinggi Serat Lidwina, Lidwina; Giriwono, Puspo Edi; Rimbawan, Rimbawan
Jurnal Mutu Pangan (Indonesian Journal of Food Quality) Vol 5, No 1 (2018)
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Indonesia is currently experiencing double nutrition problems, both malnutrition and over nutrition. Over nutrition can lead to obesity and degenerative diseases. One solution to overcome this problem is developing high-fiber food products which helps to improve gastrointentestinal function. Sweet potato flour is used as a source of fiber and a source of carbohydrate. Several formulas were designed and those with the highest content of sweet potatoes and acceptance score were further analyzed. Formula 1 has a water content of 14.08%, ash content 7.11%, fat content 0.36%, protein content 7.56%, and carbohydrate content of 71.11%. Cooking loss in F1 was 19.34%. Results of the analysis showed that total phenolic content of F1 has amounted to 27.0 mg GAE/100 g. While the result of total dietary fiber content analysis was 14.65% dw or equal to 12.58% ww. However, the highest acceptance score is in Formula 3. This formula contains moisture content of 13.51%, ash content 7.07%, fat content 0.13%, protein content 9.02%, and carbohydrate content of 70.33%. Cooking loss of this formula was 13.84%. Results of the analysis showed that total phenolic content of F3 was 15.9 mg GAE/100 g. Analysis of dietary fiber content showed 13.32% dw or equal to 11.52% ww. Based on Indonesian regulations, the fiber content of both formulas can be regarded as high fiber dry noodles as in contains no less than 6 g per 100 g.
Gerakan Scaling-up Nutrition (SUN): Meningkatkan Kerjasama Kemitraan Multi Stakholder dalam Mengatasi Tantangan Kekurangan Zat Gizi di Indonesia (Scaling-up Nutrition (SUN) Movement: Enhancing Multistakeholder Partnership to Address Nutrition Challenge in Indonesia) Giriwono, Puspo Edi; Indrayana, Stefanus
Jurnal Mutu Pangan (Indonesian Journal of Food Quality) Vol 2, No 1 (2015)
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Average protein intake of Indonesian is relatively low. Black bean (Phaeseolus vulgaris) is one of the Indonesia local pulses containing high content of protein (16.6% wet basis). Black bean our has a potential as a substitute for wheat our in bakery products such as brownies. The objective of this research was to determine suitable milling procedure of black bean and to evaluate black bean our substitution on physical, chemical, and sensory effects of of brownies. Two different milling methods (dry and wet milling) were studied to produce black bean our after different soaking times (6, 12, and 18 hours). Dry milling method was optimum after 12 hours of soaking. Black bean our contained 23.9% of protein, 62.61% of carbohydrate. The yield of milling process was 49.39% and the our whiteness was 57.74. Substitution 25% of black bean our in brownies making did not decrease brownies characteristics. The brownies had 7.8% of protein content, 513.13 gram force of hardness, 0.71 of elasticity, 0.36 of cohesiveness, with acceptable sensory qualities. Addressing malnutrition in the global scale requires intiatives beginning from every individual country level. This approach in alleviating national nutritional issues at the domestic population contributes signi cantly to the overall worldwide mission to eradicate malnutrition and its detrimental effects which has been outlined in the Millenium Development Goals (MDG) established at the turn of the century. Overcoming issues in nutrient de ciencies becomes the responsibility of all stakeholders, government, industry, academic and other organizations, and include most important of all, the general public. In this integrated approach, an initiative known as the Scaling-Up Nutrition movement is gaining wide recognition and momentum in addressing nutritional problems the world faces. One course of action that may be “scaled-up” involving all parties, is forti cation of food products as an ef cient and effective effort to alleviate nutritional de ciencies, more often than not, de ciencies in micronutrients. Some challenges are expected in this avenue, such as sustainable support for forti cation programs in the form of multi-stakeholder partnerships, effecting policy change to support mandatory forti cation, long- term monitoring of the programs’ compliance and ef cacy in light of limited resources, and increasing awareness and uptake of forti ed products through social marketing campaigns. Thus what is required is the development of terms of governance and agreement for multi-stakeholder partnerships, supporting sustainable business model and its monitoring, for effectiveness and for enforcement of fortification legislation. 
Prevalensi Penyakit Kanker di Indonesia Berdasarkan Pola Konsumsi Pangan dan Gaya Hidup Aliwikarta, Kuswanto; Palupi, Nurheni Sri; Giriwono, Puspo Edi
Jurnal Mutu Pangan : Indonesian Journal of Food Quality Vol 3, No 1 (2016): Jurnal Mutu Pangan
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Consumption of processed meat is associated to cancer risk increasing. This study used secondary data from RISKESDAS 2013 with a case-control study design, is aimed to analyze the cancer prevelance in Indonesia based on food consumption patterns and lifestyles. The case population is 90 people suffering from cancer and 90 people with no cancer randomly selected as control. Respondent profiles were analyzed by univariate analysis. The relationship of cancer risk factors were analyzed by bivariate analysis and determination of risk factors using multivariate analysis. Sensitivity and specificity analyses showed the cancer vulnerable age is ?46 years. Processed meat consumption is associated significantly (p=0.000; OR=1.25) in the cancer prevelance. Respondents frequently eat processed meat risk is predicted 1.25 times compared to those not taking. Vegetable consumption (p=0.046; OR=0.509) and fruit consumption (p=0.022; OR=0.365) related significantly to cancer. Vegetables consumption reduce the risk by 0509 times, and fruit consumption reduce the risk by 0365 times. Lifestyle risk factors (physical activity and smoking) significant (p=0.000) to cancer. Multivariate analysis results showed the age, gen- der and processed meat consumption is associated significantly (p=0.000) to cancer. 
Peranan Klaim Gizi dan Kesehatan pada Susu Pertumbuhan sebagai Penentu Keputusan Pembelian RTR, Ayu Puspitalena; Palupi, Nurheni Sri; Giriwono, Puspo Edi
Jurnal Mutu Pangan : Indonesian Journal of Food Quality Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Jurnal Mutu Pangan
Publisher : Jurnal Mutu Pangan : Indonesian Journal of Food Quality

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This moment, it has not been known the role of nutrition and health claims as purchasing decision determination. Objective of the research is to study the role of nutrition and health claims on the labels of growing up milk as purchasing decision and to analyze corellation of respondent's characteristics which have influence. Study was conducted by survey, data were analyzed descriptively and statistically. Label of growing up milk for children 1-3 years old read by 70% respondent and 30% occasionally, and 23% of respondents do not read nutrition and health claims. Nutritional and health claims have a role as a determinant of purchasing decisions for consumers of 24%. As for the 76% purchase decision is influenced by other factors such as suitable with a child, nutrient content, good taste or price. The role of nutritional and health claims as a determinant of purchase decisions are influenced by factors of education, family expenses per month and expenditure for milk per month. As for the other factors that include age, occupation, number of children, place of purchase, and frequency of purchases did not affect the role of nutrition and health claims as a determinant of purchase. 
Gerakan Scaling-up Nutrition (SUN): Meningkatkan Kerjasama Kemitraan Multi Stakholder dalam Mengatasi Tantangan Kekurangan Zat Gizi di Indonesia Giriwono, Puspo Edi; Indrayana, Stefanus
Jurnal Mutu Pangan : Indonesian Journal of Food Quality Vol 2, No 1 (2015): Jurnal Mutu Pangan
Publisher : Jurnal Mutu Pangan : Indonesian Journal of Food Quality

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Average protein intake of Indonesian is relatively low. Black bean (Phaeseolus vulgaris) is one of the Indonesia local pulses containing high content of protein (16.6% wet basis). Black bean our has a potential as a substitute for wheat our in bakery products such as brownies. The objective of this research was to determine suitable milling procedure of black bean and to evaluate black bean our substitution on physical, chemical, and sensory effects of of brownies. Two different milling methods (dry and wet milling) were studied to produce black bean our after different soaking times (6, 12, and 18 hours). Dry milling method was optimum after 12 hours of soaking. Black bean our contained 23.9% of protein, 62.61% of carbohydrate. The yield of milling process was 49.39% and the our whiteness was 57.74. Substitution 25% of black bean our in brownies making did not decrease brownies characteristics. The brownies had 7.8% of protein content, 513.13 gram force of hardness, 0.71 of elasticity, 0.36 of cohesiveness, with acceptable sensory qualities. Addressing malnutrition in the global scale requires intiatives beginning from every individual country level. This approach in alleviating national nutritional issues at the domestic population contributes signi cantly to the overall worldwide mission to eradicate malnutrition and its detrimental effects which has been outlined in the Millenium Development Goals (MDG) established at the turn of the century. Overcoming issues in nutrient de ciencies becomes the responsibility of all stakeholders, government, industry, academic and other organizations, and include most important of all, the general public. In this integrated approach, an initiative known as the Scaling-Up Nutrition movement is gaining wide recognition and momentum in addressing nutritional problems the world faces. One course of action that may be ?scaled-up? involving all parties, is forti cation of food products as an ef cient and effective effort to alleviate nutritional de ciencies, more often than not, de ciencies in micronutrients. Some challenges are expected in this avenue, such as sustainable support for forti cation programs in the form of multi-stakeholder partnerships, effecting policy change to support mandatory forti cation, long- term monitoring of the programs? compliance and ef cacy in light of limited resources, and increasing awareness and uptake of forti ed products through social marketing campaigns. Thus what is required is the development of terms of governance and agreement for multi-stakeholder partnerships, supporting sustainable business model and its monitoring, for effectiveness and for enforcement of fortification legislation.