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Sara Lewis

Sara Lewis is a Brussels-based freelance journalist who writes for IEG Policy on European food regulatory issues. 

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No cloned meat for EU under Australia and New Zealand FTAs

Europe will not be forced to accept milk and meat from cloned animals under future free trade agreements (FTAs) it is negotiating with Australia and New Zealand, EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström confirmed in response to a written question from a French MEP.

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EU adds Indian and Pakistani chilli to high-risk imports list

Peppers (capsicums) from India and Pakistan will now have to be tested before they can enter the EU, under an updated list of ‘high risk’ imports published by the European Commission this week (December 12). 

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No cloned food for EU under Australia and New Zealand FTAs, says Malmström

Europe will not be forced to accept milk and meat from cloned animals under future free trade agreements (FTAs) it is negotiating with Australia and New Zealand, EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström confirmed in response to a written question from a French MEP.
European Food Law European Agricultural Policy

Andriukaitis confirms member states can set age limits for energy drink consumption

Member states can set a minimum age limit for energy drink consumption since public health is a national not Union matter, EU Health and Food Safety Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis made clear in response to a written question from Croatian Socialist MEP Biljana Borzan.
European Food Law Food Safety and Standards

ANSES warning on spirulina risks

The French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES) is warning about potential risks linked to spirulina after several adverse events linked to supplements containing the substance were reported in France.
European Food Law Food Safety and Standards

EU sets 2018 import quota for Norwegian waters and soft drinks

The EU has set a 19.033 million litre duty free tariff quota for certain water and soft drink imports from Norway for 2018.
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