News : Regulation, Food & Health

Malnutrition in the world: projection of eating behaviors until 2100 and impacts on food security, public health and the environment

The nutrition transition is transforming food systems globally and shaping public health and environmental change. A recent German study provides a comprehensive

Use-by date or “best before” date: EFSA is drafting a guide for food industry manufacturers

EFSA has developed a tool (or guide) to help food business operators decide when to apply the best before date or minimum

A systematic review of current data on the possibility of vertical transmission between a pregnant woman with COVID-19 and her baby

The aim of this study was to assess the perinatal outcomes of COVID-19 infections during pregnancy as well as the possibility of

Focus: Botanicals in food supplements and antioxidant properties in Italy

“Antioxidant” properties can be attributed to 147 plant species, according to Italian guidelines on food supplements. Plants, algae, fungi, and derived preparations

European Commission launches an european consultation for the Green Deal

As part of the Green Deal for Europe, the European Union has set itself an ambitious target for 2030: devote at least

The website of the food chain surveillance platform:

The food chain surveillance platform (SCA) has launched its dedicated website: This online platform aims to ensure the consistency of the

Use of the word “probiotics” in Spain

Currently, there is no definition of a probiotic in the field of food safety legislation in the European Union. The word “probiotic”

Gut microbiota: new perspectives in the treatment of gluten intolerance

Celiac disease is an immune disease of the intestine that affects more than 1% of the population and is characterized in patients

L’ambition de l’industrie agro-alimentaire française vers une transition verte

Aujourd’hui, les entreprises de l’alimentation revendiquent plus que jamais leur ambition d’une alimentation toujours plus saine, plus sûre et plus durable. Le

Nanoparticles of titanium dioxide (E171) can cross the placental barrier and reach the fetal environment

Researchers from INRAE ​​in collaboration with the National Metrology and Testing Laboratory, the Materials Physics Group (CNRS / INSA Rouen / University