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SAFE Announcements and Events:

  • SAFE speakers at EFSA Risk Assessment Research Assembly. 7 Feb 2018

    The President of the SAFE consortium Executive Board, Begoña Pérez Villarreal of AZTI, and past SAFE consortium Secretary General, past president of the SAFE Executive Board and current Executive Board member, Oddur M. Gunnarsson of Matis Ltd. are invited speakers at the 2018 EFSA Event on Risk Assessment taking place in Utrecht (NL) on 7 February 2018.

    This event will bring together research funders, policy/decision makers and leading food safety organisations.

    The aim of the event is to stimulate new partnerships in food safety risk assessment research to safeguard public health and highlight the importance of public funding.

    Link here to more information, including registration details.

  • SAFE Special Issue in TIFS. Spring 2018

    SAFE consortium members will publish a Special Issue of Trends in Food Science &Technology in spring 2018.

    Keeping Food Safety on the Agenda for 15 Years: The SAFE Consortium

    There are five food safety themes in the Special Issue, each led by a SAFE member:

    1. The Circular Bioeconomy, by Matis Ltd in Iceland
    2. Safe Nutrients, by IBA in Romania
    3. Emerging Microbial Threats, by CNR-DiSBA in Italy
    4. Chemical Hazards, by AZTI in Spain
    5. Risk Communication, by Nofima in Norway

    The release EVENT will take place in Brussels in spring 2018. Stay tuned for further information. 



     

  • SAFE Executive Board and Member Meetings 2018-21 February

    The upcoming 2018 meetings of the SAFE consortium Executive Board will be by teleconference on

    Wednesday 21 February at 11H CET

    Log in as a SAFE member to download the Agenda and the Minutes of all SAFE EB meetings. Also available are the Agenda and the Minutes of all SAFE Member Meetings, including the Annual General Meetings. Once logged in, these documents become visible as a separate article in Past Events.

    If your institution is a SAFE member but you don't have a User Name and Password - send an email to Katherine Flynn with your 3 food safety interests and you will be registered.

    If your institution is not a SAFE member - you will find information here on how to apply.

     

People, Planet, Prosperity and the Food Chain

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People, Planet, Prosperity and the Food Chain (P3FC) is the name for a series of articles, essays and commentaries by assorted authors which are published in various Food Industry journals. All works in the series address the challenges of producing safe, nutritious and affordable food and making it available to all people at affordable prices in a way which does not damage our planet nor exploit our fellow humans but which remains profitable for the companies involved. No easy task.

All authors are volunteers; food professionals from diverse employment sectors and from around the globe. Recentlly, articles have come from authors working for the food industry, food technology companies, the business world, academia and non-profit groups based in the UK, the USA, Germany, Portugal and Uganda to name a few. Articles have appeared in Food & Beverage International, New Food and Food Safety magazine and we plan to expand to other industry journals and even to consumer magazines.

If you'd like to read the P3FC articles, please log in as a SAFE member and visit the Publications link.

We are always looking for new views on this topic and all potential authors are welcome. If you are interested in contributing an article to the P3FC series, please send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , the Lead Editor.

Interesting Notes

Do you work for a SAFE consortium member institute?

 

Register as an Individual Member of the SAFE consortium and access Member's Only pages including downloads of documents and presentations, plus receive SAFE announcements directly by email !

 

Registration is simple. Send an email to the SAFE Scientific Secretary, Katherine Flynn, from your institution email address and include your three Food Safety interests.