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The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is seeking feedback on the approach it plans to take for its upcoming assessment of dietary sugars.
According to a report compiled by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), cases of Salmonella Enteritidis acquired in the EU have increased in humans by 3% since 2014.
Producer of natural sweeteners, flavours, and botanicals Layn has announced the opening of its European office in Savona, Italy.
Functional ingredients manufacturer Beneo has released an assortment of sugar-free, hard candy products containing Isomalt: a sugar replacer derived from sugar beet.
Member states representatives have voted in favour of the European Commission’s proposal to reduce the presence of acrylamide in food.
More than 21,000 cases of hepatitis E infections have been reported in humans over the last 10 years, with an overall tenfold increase in this period.
EFSA has established a safe intake level for glutamic acid and glutamates used as food additives after reevaluating their safety.
EFSA has confirmed that existing safe levels for nitrites and nitrates intentionally added to meat and other foods are undamaging for consumers.
Food consumed in the EU continues to be largely free of pesticide residues or to contain residues that fall within legal limits, finds EFSA.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) will provide scientific advice on the daily intake of added sugar in food by early 2020.
Nutrition companies view stricter EU regulation as a greater challenge than the state of the global economy, new research has shown. Meanwhile, Brexit is not widely expected to have a major impact on the European nutrition industry.