Peter Rixon heads up the European Food Law channel on IEG Policy.
As well as covering issues such as changes to the labelling of food, legal debates on food technology, rulings on advertising and developments in nutrition strategy, Peter also focuses on broader questions such as how stakeholders are tackling the obesity epidemic, habitat destruction, socio-ethical sourcing, food-related illness and demands for more localized production.
Peter also hosts webinars and meetings on food-related issues.
Before joining Informa in 2000, Peter worked on UK newspapers covering environmental, health, crime and political issues. Since then he has covered pharmaceuticals, medical technology, clinical trials, political lobbying, animal pharmaceuticals, and GM food in Europe. He was appointed Editor-in-Chief of the EU Food Law publication in 2010.
Are you sure you'd like to remove this alert? You will no longer receive email updates about this topic.
Latest From Peter Rixon
UK mills have been operating 24 hours a day to meet the increased demand for its’ produce in a country which has, until now, been self-sufficient in flour, the association representing British and Irish millers reports.
The European Commission has proposed a €100 billion ($108 billion) loan package to keep people employed and businesses running during the COVID-19 crisis.
Companies providing fruit, vegetables and milk under the 2019/2020 EU scheme that caters for 20 million school children can be reimbursed for losses incurred during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A food watchdog in Germany has said the German government needs to guarantee that families on low incomes, those without permanent accommodation and pensioners are guaranteed a balanced and nutritious diet as the coronavirus disrupts the country’s network of support. A UK NGO has said this week that its' government also needs to act quickly to support the most vulnerable in UK society to stem widespread food insecurity.
The European Commission has today proposed a €100 billion loan package to member states, called SURE, to keep people employed and businesses running during the COVID crisis, including particular aid to fishermen and farmers.
Members of the European Parliament’s biggest political group, the EPP, have called for measures to guarantee food supply during the coronavirus pandemic.