News : Regulation, Food & Health

“Alimentation, laquelle ? Et pour qui ?” Chapitre 3 du cycle des débats de la FAM sur l’alimentation

Jeudi 09 septembre 2021, de 14h – 18h, aura lieu en visioconférence et en présentiel le chapitre 3 (“Alimentation, laquelle et pour

EFSA guidances on nanomaterials in food chain

On August 3rd, the EFSA published 2 guidances: one on the technical requirements to establish the presence of small particles in food

Evaluating Health claims about plant based food supplements

The EU regulation No 1924/2006 concerning the nutrition and health claims for food requires a scientific substantiation of the highest quality standard

Hippurate produced by gut microbiota: a marker of the gut microbiota diversity and of metabolic health

The proper functioning of the gut microbiota has an impact on the general, physical and psychological health. Understanding how the architecture of

44% non-compliant health claims on food!

On June 21, 2021, the DGCCRF communicated the results of its checks aimed at verifying compliance with the European Regulations on health

UK report of the Taskforce on Innovation, Growth and Regulatory Reform (TIGRR) on nutraceuticals

On May 2021, the UK Government has published a report of proposals to attract  significant investments and boost innovation in the Nutraceutical

Front of pack environmental scores: the Foundation Earth’ pilot launch in Autumn 2021

Foundation Earth is an independent, non-profit organisation established to issue front-of-pack environmental scores on food products, enabling consumers to make more sustainable

Public consultation on blue bioeconomy: towards a strong and sustainable EU algae sector

The European DG MARE has opened a public consultation on the algae in Europe until August 11, 2021. This initiative is designed

Nutrition labeling on the front of food packaging and conditions to limit the use of nutritional and health claims

In accordance with the action plan proposed in the Farm to Plate Strategy, the European Commission intends to submit by the end

Fruit and vegetable intake is inversely associated with perceived stress across the adult lifespan

Poor nutritional habits are linked to higher perceived stress, but the relationship between fruit and vegetable (FV) intake and stress is uncertain.

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