“Food safety is EFSA’s daily job, but it’s everyone’s business to consider food safety now and in the future if we want to limit the impact of climate change and to build sustainable global food systems for the benefit of consumers, producers and our
In recognition of World Food Safety Day, safefood & FSAI remind people never to wash raw chicken
- 32% of adults cooking more from scratch¹ due to Covid-19 restrictions
- 49% report cooking more² than they did before
- 40% of 18-34s regularly searching³ f
Food safety has been chosen as the theme of World Accreditation Day in June.
The global annual initiative on June 9, established by the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) and International Accreditation Forum (IAF), promotes ac
On World Microbiome Day we celebrate all things microbe, all around the world and we introduce international microbiome researchers to the public to raise awareness of the vibrant and diverse world of microbes.
The first World Food Safety Day, observed on June 7, was an opportunity to check on public opinion around the world. And the survey, say the sponsors, draws attention to the fact that food safety is crucial across geographies, and is everyone’s conce
Every minute 44 people fall sick from eating contaminated food, according to the World Health Organization.
More than 23 million become ill and an estimated 4,700 die per year, according to data for the WHO’s European Region in a report based on 2010
Everyone has the right to safe, nutritious and sufficient food. Still today, almost one in ten people in the world fall ill after eating contaminated food. When food is not safe, children cannot learn, adults cannot work. Human development cannot tak
Two in 5 Europeans take a personal interest in food safety and only 1 in 5 say it is their main concern when choosing food. For most Europeans it is one of several factors - together with price, taste, nutrition and food origin – that influence their
Ireland has launched a food safety information campaign highlighting the collaboration required from farm to fork to protect food safety.
It was unveiled ahead of the inaugural World Food Safety Day, which is June 7 and is supported by the World Heal
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