Selvarani Elahi posted a blog post
Genome editing techniques that modify the DNA of plants do not pose more hazards than conventional breeding or techniques that introduce new DNA into a plant, an EFSA assessment concludes.
The scientific opinion focuses on plants produced using…
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Selvarani Elahi liked Mark Woolfe's blog post The Effect of Reduced Budget Funding for UK Local Authorities on Food Safety and Food Standards
Tuesday
Selvarani Elahi liked Mark Woolfe's blog post Use of Non-Targeted Metabolomics to Determine whether Poultry has been Slaughtered Conforming with Islamic Rights
Tuesday
Selvarani Elahi liked Mark Woolfe's blog post Capsaicinoids and Carotenoids as Markers for the Authenticity and Geographic Origin of Paprika
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Selvarani Elahi liked Mark Woolfe's blog post Rapid Method to Authenticate Pasta Made from 100% Durum Wheat
Nov 17
Selvarani Elahi published an article
What we eat and how we grow it are changing. The need to feed a growing population, tackle hunger and obesity, and avoid trashing the planet is driving the next food and agricultural revolution. New Scientist Live’s Future of Food and Agriculture is…
Nov 16
Selvarani Elahi posted a blog post
Thanks very much to one of our new Centres of Expertise GfL for bringing to our attention this German investigative TV show Frontal 21 addressing the very important topic of the use of illegal pesticides.
This is another example of where an…
Oct 22
Selvarani Elahi posted a blog post
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Milk and milk products play a vital role in diets around the globe. Due to their nutritional benefits there has been an increase in production and consumption over the past thirty years. For this growth to continue the safety and…
Oct 21
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Oct 19
Selvarani Elahi published an article
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Oct 15
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Oct 9
Selvarani Elahi published an article
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland is hosting a FREE online Brexit Bite for food businesses on “Importing Food of Animal Origin”. Here, we will explain what you need to do to get your food business Brexit ready.
Learn more and register here.
Oct 8
Selvarani Elahi posted a blog post
The UK National Food Crime Unit has launched a new newsletter. 
This newsletter is intended to keep you informed of what the National Food Crime Unit (NFCU) believe to be the current issues that are affecting the food industry. It is aimed at all…
Oct 1
Selvarani Elahi posted a blog post
The Food Standards Agency’s National Food Crime Unit (NFCU) and Food Standards Scotland’s Scottish Food Crime and Incidents Unit (SFCIU) have published an assessment of food crime threats to the UK.
The Food Crime Strategic Assessment examines areas…
Sep 30
Selvarani Elahi published an article
Join our Chairman, Sterling Crew, and the Head of the National Food Crime Unit, Darren Davies, in a Food Safety Breifing that will feature Food Fraud as a main theme on 7 October, 3pm BST to examine how food and drink manufacturers ensure robust…
Sep 23
Selvarani Elahi posted a blog post
 

One of the frequently encountered types of adulteration is the adulteration of meat and animal products. In its most recent annual report [1] , the Food Fraud Network showed data that in the top ten product categories, fish and fish products take…
Sep 22
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