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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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Closing date nears for Commission consultation on phthalate use in food contact materials

The closing date for a European Commission survey on the use of phthalates (esters of phthalic acid) in food contact materials (FCMs) is looming.

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Europol-backed crackdown uncovers 302 victims of human trafficking in EU agriculture

A seven-country swoop led by France and backed by the European Union law enforcement agency (Europol) identified 302 potential victims of human trafficking to work in agriculture.

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European Commission plans food safety research platform

The European Commission has launched a call for tenders to run a future EU research and innovation platform on food safety.

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EU trade deals brought €1 billion boost to agri-food exports in 2018

The different free trade agreements that the EU has concluded with countries around the globe boosted exports in 2018, particularly for agri-food products with a 2.2% or €1 billion rise, the European Commission's latest annual report on the implementation of trade agreements revealed.

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EU auditors say EFSA’s financial management is “clean”

The European Court of Auditors October 15 declared financial management at the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to be “clean” with no discrepancies found worthy of comments in an annual report covering all 41 EU agencies.

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EFSA clears cacao pulp as a traditional food (TF) from a third country

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has given the green light to Nestec York’s plans to sell pulp from Theobroma cacao L. on the EU market as a traditional food (TF) from a third country.

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