This year the new transparency rules, the new regulation on official controls and recognition, as well as nutrition labelling schemes and recent developments regarding food additives, among many other topics will be discussed. Renowned experts from the European Commission, food industry, private practice and academia will provide you with in-depth knowledge.
One of the reported causes of high malnutrition rates in Burundi and Rwanda is children’s inadequate dietary habits. The diet of children may be affected by individual characteristics and by the characteristics of the households and the communities in which they live.
Budapest, 16 October 2019
Speech delivered at the European Week for Regions and Cities, Brussels, 9 October 2019.
EU-funded researchers are investigating the causes and consequences of ADHD with the aim of improving the lives of patients and reducing their risk of developing linked disorders such as depression and obesity.
Cancer is a group of diseases that we may never be able to cure completely, but scientists are optimistic that vaccines, personalised medicine and smart lifestyle choices will help prevent and treat a much greater proportion of cases than currently happens.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and football’s world governing body, FIFA, today agreed a four-year collaboration to promote healthy lifestyles through football globally.
WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and FIFA President Gianni Infantino signed the memorandum of understanding at WHO’s Geneva-based headquarters.
A summary of the hearing is now available.
GreenProtein is a BBI JU project which aims at a major innovation in the fields of protein production and food loss reduction in EU by producing high-added value, food-grade functional proteins and other ingredients, out of green field waste.