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95th Plenary meeting of the Scientific Committee

Members of the relevant scientific panel meet to discuss and adopt scientific outputs. Date and agenda to be confirmed. Plenaries false ...

12 September 2019 to 13 September 2019
Parma, Italy

Analysis of the European baseline survey of norovirus in oysters

The European Commission requested scientific technical assistance for the analysis of a European Union coordinated monitoring programme on the prevalence of norovirus in raw oysters. A total of 2,180 valid samples were taken from production areas and 2,12 ...

15 July 2019
Scientific Report of EFSA

App developer console opens up our food safety data

A new “developer portal” using application programming interface (API) technology makes EFSA’s information more accessible to software developers, allowing them to design creative new apps and tools for use by the food safety assessment community or consu ...

01 July 2019
News

Food Safety Regulatory Research Needs 2030

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) regularly collects recommendations from members of the Scientific Committee and Scientific Panels on EFSA's research needs and priorities (EFSA,  2017). At the end of the 2015–2018 Scientific Panels mandate, ...

01 July 2019
EFSA Journal Editorial

Pesticide residues in food: what's the picture in the EU?

The latest edition of the annual EU report on pesticide residues in food is now available. Just under 96% of food samples were found to be free of pesticide residues or to contain traces that fall within legally permitted levels. EFSA analysed the results ...

26 June 2019
News

94th Plenary meeting of the Scientific Committee – breaking news

Find out about the latest adoptions and discussions on cross-cutting developments at EFSA's Scientific Committee. Follow our future video reports on EFSA's expert meetings! #OpenEFSA Updated draft agenda (204.97 KB) Minutes (388.9 KB) Plenaries ...

25 June 2019 to 26 June 2019
Parma, Italy

Occurrence data of nickel in feed and animal exposure assessment

Nickel (Ni) is a silvery‐white, hard, ductile metal existing in oxidation states; in biological systems, Ni 2+  is the prevalent form. All analytical results used to estimate animal dietary exposure were reported as Ni', without providing information ...

24 June 2019
Scientific Report of EFSA

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