Faster in future

Knott, Michelle
March 2014
Food Manufacture;Mar2014, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p27
Trade Publication
The article suggests the potential of the plan of the European Union (EU) to overhaul the novel foods approval process to inspire and speed up innovation. A comparison of the novel foods approval process under the existing regulation from 1997 and the streamlined approach in the proposal of the European Commission (EC) is presented. The problem with unauthorized products ending up in shops and the responsibility of food businesses to comply with regulations are discussed.


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