EIT Food’s vision is a world where everybody can access and enjoy sustainable, safe, and healthy food – with trust and fairness from farm to fork. The intention of this Call for Proposals is to maximise the societal, economic and environmental impact
INNOFOOD is an intensive innovation-focused course for master and doctoral students, young researchers and professionals. It will enable participants to describe and critically analyse key managerial and decision processes involved when developing a
The RisingFoodStars Association is a network organisation for successful, game-changing early agrifood scaleups, enabling its members to participate as Partners in all EIT Food activities.
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Do you make ready-to-eat foods? If so, your input is vital.
We’re running a survey as part of research that will deliver new guidelines and a scoring system to help the industry demonstrate effective control of Listeria in its products - essential
Antimicrobial-resistant bacteria are a major public health problem. Of particular importance in the context of food safety is the prevalence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) genes within nontyphoidal Salmonella, which is a leading bacterial cause of
The European Commission is looking at rules that some animals and goods imported into or transiting through the area must be subject to before they can enter the region.
It concerns animals and goods ordered over the Internet or that have been exempt
Beef burgers that failed to meet legal standards were sold to charities tackling food poverty in France. This latest scandal is horsemeat “chapter 2”, consumer watchdog FoodWatch insists.
Laboratory analysis of 50 big-name baby foods showed the presence of at least one heavy metal in all of them, with two-thirds having “worrisome” levels, according to information from Consumer Reports. Researchers also said organic products were as li
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