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    Residues of some chemicals are unintentionally present in some foods as a result of food production, e.g. spraying of crops with pesticides, use of veterinary medicines for food-producing animals. EFSA publishes an annual report on pesticide residues in the EU based on monitoring information...read more

    Parma, Italy
    • Food safety and Human nutrition

    EFSA analyses data on zoonotic diseases (infections and diseases that are transmissible between animals and humans), antimicrobial resistance and food-borne outbreaks across the EU. Data are submitted annually by Member States, in compliance with EU regulation. EFSA publishes, in collaboration...read more

    Parma, Italy
    • Food safety and Human nutrition

    EFSA�s Compendium of Botanicals is a database of botanicals that are reported to contain naturally occurring substances of possible concern for human health when present in food. The compendium is not intended to conclude on the safety or non-safety of the listed botanical species but to help...read more

    Parma, Italy
    • Food safety and Human nutrition

    MycoKey aims to generate innovative and integrated solutions that will support stakeholders in effective and sustainable mycotoxin management along food and feed chains. The project will contribute to reduce mycotoxin contamination mainly in Europe and China, where frequent and severe mycotoxin contaminations occur in crops, and where international trade of commodities and contaminated batches are increasing.

    Italy
    • Food safety and Human nutrition

    MycoKey aims to generate innovative and integrated solutions that will support stakeholders in effective and sustainable mycotoxin management along food and feed chains. The project will contribute to reduce mycotoxin contamination mainly in Europe and China, where frequent and severe mycotoxin contaminations occur in crops, and where international trade of commodities and contaminated batches are increasing.

    Italy
    • Food safety and Human nutrition