Working groups & Networks

  • Working groups of EFSA scientists and external experts with the required specialisation do preparatory work for assessments.
  • Networks of Member State organisations share data and insights on specific subjects and develop harmonised approaches. This enhances mutual understanding, reduces duplication of work and potential for diverging opinions.
  • All members of working groups and networks are required to comply with EFSA's policy on Declarations of Interests.
Animal feed Working groups  
Animal health and welfare Working groups Networks
Biological hazards Working groups Networks
Chemical contaminants Working groups  
Communications   Networks
Cross-cutting science Working groups Networks
Data Working groups Networks
Food ingredients and packaging Working groups Networks
GMO Working groups Networks
Methodologies Working groups  
Nutrition Working groups  
Plant health Working groups Networks
Pesticides Working groups Networks