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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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Dutch pre-packaged meat fraudulently labelled as organic sold in Belgium

Pre-packaged meat from the Netherlands was fraudulently labelled and sold as organic (‘bio’) in Belgium, according to two reports from Dutch organic food certifier Skal Biocontrole and regulator, the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA).

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Spanish Supreme Court rules in favour of EU anti-fraud office on tuna customs fraud

The European anti-fraud office (OLAF) has welcomed a ruling in the Spanish Supreme Court that upholds its findings on a EUR9.7 mln customs fraud.

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Spanish Supreme Court rules EU anti-fraud office right about tuna customs fraud

The European anti-fraud office (OLAF) has welcomed a ruling in the Spanish Supreme Court that upholds its findings on a €9.7 million customs fraud.

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EU inspectors find shortcomings in Italian tuna production

EU auditors found shortcomings in histamine testing as well as that Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plans were not fully accurate nor kept up to date, when they checked Italian tuna production earlier this year, although overall the report following the audit was positive.

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EU inspectors find shortcomings in Italian tuna production

EU auditors found shortcomings in histamine testing as well as that Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plans were not fully accurate nor kept up to date, when they checked Italian tuna production earlier this year, although overall the report following the audit was positive.

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Commission could block French titanium dioxide (E 171) ban

The European Commission could block a French ban on the food additive titanium dioxide (E 171) that is due to take effect on January 1.

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