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Sara Lewis

Sara Lewis is a Brussels-based freelance journalist who writes for IEG Policy on European food regulatory issues. 

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EFSA to share data on open-access platform

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has pledged to publish the scientific data it uses for EU-wide monitoring programmes, surveys and many of its risk assessments on its Knowledge Junction platform.

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Consumer group urges Commission to heed auditors’ call to close regulatory gaps

Consumer organisation, BEUC, is calling on the Commission to close regulatory gaps in EU food law identified in a January 15 report from the European Court of Auditors.

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Nestlé speeds up shift from single-use plastic

Nestlé has stepped up its efforts to tackle plastic waste and meet its goal of make 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025, unveiling what it called a “broader vision and action plan.”

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EU talks on risk assessment proposal kick off

Three-way ‘trilogue’ negotiations between the European Parliament, Council and Commission over the proposal on transparency in risk assessment in the food chain kicked off this week in Strasbourg.

European Food Law Food Policy

EU auditors find European food safety system “overstretched”

The European Court of Auditors has issued a damning report on the EU food safety system finding regulators responsible for checking compliance with differing chemical limits, ranging from pesticides, through contaminants, to additives, “overstretched.”

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EU to be more vigilant on high risk spices, nuts and vegetables

The latest update to the EU’s list of high-risk fruit, vegetable and nut imports subject to additional checks at its borders increases the vigilance for pesticide residues and salmonella on certain commodities.

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