Category Archive for "Règlementation"

On-pack labelling origin on food products: regulation apply on April 1st

On April 1, 2020, the new Commission implementing regulation (EU) 2018/775 of 28 May 2018 will apply. It is about “the provision

The Center for Study and Valorization of Algae (CSVA) provides the list of authorized food algae in France

There is no specific regulation on food algae at European level, it is linked to the so-called “Novel Food” legislation. The latter

Accès et utilisation des ressources génétiques sont encadrés par le protocole de Nagoya

Dans le cadre d’une démarche de développement durable, un accord international sur l’accès aux ressources génétiques et aux connaissances traditionnelles a été

Consultation publique de l’EFSA sur l’évaluation des risques cumulés des pesticides

L’EFSA lance une consultation publique sur les évaluations des risques pour l’homme liés aux résidus de pesticides multiples dans l’alimentation. Les parties

Publication of the european Dietary Reference Values (DRVs) for sodium and chloride

Last year, EFSA launched his online interactive tool for consulting all the Dietary Reference Values (DRVs) for macronutrients (The DRV Finder). EFSA

Update of the list of QPS- recommended biological agents intentionally added to food or feed

The list of micro-organisms was updated with 47 biological agents, received between October 2018 and March 2019 (published on July 15, 2019).

Italy updates labelling rules on plant/extract from Curcuma genus used in food supplements

The Italian Ministry of Health, in the Decree published on 26th July 2019, included warnings for supplements containing curcuma preparations in response

New EFSA scientific opinion on phosphates

EFSA reassessed the safety of phosphates, the experts concluded that estimates of total dietary phosphate intake could exceed the level of safety

New draft guidance from the EFSA on the use of the threshold of toxicological concern approach in food safety assessment

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has carried out a public consultation to gather feedback from the scientific community and all stakeholders

Titanium dioxide (E 171) will be banned in France in foodstuffs from 1 January 2020

Following the opinion of ANSES on the food additive E 171 (titanium dioxide), the Ministers of Ecology and Consumer Affairs decided as