Food Safety Authority

Rice and oats were most prone to contamination with sterigmatocystin , the report said.

Low mycotoxin levels found in European cereals, EFSA

By Joyeeta Basu

A study by the European Food Safety Authority of cereal grain and cereal products has found low levels of mycotoxin sterigmatocystin in most of the samples to be below proposed limits.

Long-awaited specialist foods provisions set for EU lawbooks

PARNUTS update: Specialist foods reforms due for EU lawbooks

By Shane Starling

Revision of the laws governing specialist food products like sports foods, infant foods and gluten-free foods is set for a final vote in the European Parliament in December or January, 2013, with the leading industry group broadly welcoming the passage.

Could the E-number be up?

Weekly Comment

Could the E-number be up?

The European Food Safety Authority's review of additive safety
could have a bigger effect on the ingredients industry than the
ejection of certain colours and flavours with a suspect safety
record. It could give the natural ingredients...

EFSA shifts up a gear

EFSA shifts up a gear

Much attention was given to the key issue of resourcing the growth
plans of the European Food Safety Authority at its 10th Management
Board meeting held yesterday.

EFSA embraces open culture

EFSA embraces open culture

The Management Board of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
met yesterday for the first time after the finalisation of the
Scientific Committee and panels which give the Authority its core
capability.

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