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Dietary sugars – new date in 2021 for safety assessment

The timing of EFSA’s assessment of the safety of dietary sugars has been revised due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the review of the exceptionally high volume of scientific information being considered. A public consultation on the draft scien ...

03 August 2020
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Parma Summer School 2020 ‘One Health’: a virtual experience

The 2020 edition of the Parma Summer School, organised by EFSA and the School of Advanced Studies on Food and Nutrition of the University of Parma, in collaboration with the Catholic University Sacro Cuore of Piacenza, was delivered as a 3D virtual event ...

13 July 2020
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Parma Summer School 2020 'One Health' to be held online

The 2020 edition of the Parma Summer School, organised by EFSA and the School of Advanced Studies on Food and Nutrition of the University of Parma, in collaboration with the Catholic University Sacro Cuore of Piacenza, will be delivered as a virtual event ...

22 April 2020
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Listeria in frozen vegetables: how to reduce risks

EFSA has assessed the risks to public health from Listeria contamination of vegetables that are blanched – scalded in hot water or steam for a short time – before they are frozen. They conclude that the risks associated with the consumption of these produ ...

20 April 2020
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New grant opportunity: capacity building

EFSA has launched its latest call for partnering grant proposals from EU Member State organisations operating across the Authority’s remit. Proposals should aim to: Promote the transfer/exchange of knowledge in priority areas of work for EFSA (as laid dow ...

06 April 2020
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New grant opportunity: microbiomes and plant pests

EFSA has launched its latest thematic grant call for proposals in the following areas: Evaluating the impact on/by gastrointestinal tract microbiomes (human and domestic animals) in assessments. Capacity building for evaluating the impact on/by environmen ...

16 March 2020
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EFSA goes Spanish

EFSA’s website is now available in Spanish, one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. The addition of Spanish means that all EFSA’s essential information, news stories and background materials are accessible in five languages – the content is ...

12 March 2020
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