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Europol: False organic certification continues to be major problem for food industry

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Counterfeit certification labels, such as fake organic or protected designation of origin (PDO) labels, continues to be a major problem for the European food industry, according to a report by Europol.

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ISSN publishes position stand on protein and exercise

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‘Agencies need to do more around the most egregious memory claims’: CRN’s Mister

The European Court of Justice says if it's not from an animal, it can't be called milk. And yogurt, cheese, or any other dairy-derived product names are protected, too. Pic: ©iStock/byheaven

European Court of Justice says purely plant-based products can’t use dairy names

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EFSA defends independence as new data shows 46% of experts have conflicts of interest

EFSA rebuffs Marks & Spencer health claim on protein-carbohydrate ratios for weight loss

EFSA rebuffs Marks & Spencer health claim on protein-carbohydrate ratios for weight loss

BPOM has revoked its letter restricting the sale of omega-3 supplements. ©iStock

Omega-3 supplement restrictions in Indonesia reversed after pressure from trade associations

Small firms lost in EU paperwork can apply for help via the catchily-named “Pre-submission administrative check teleconference of draft dossiers prepared by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)”.

EFSA launches platform to help SMEs with novel food applications

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OPINION: Why optimal omega-3 and omega-6 ratios in the diet could balance the scales

Stakeholder group  seeks consensus on dietary supplement quality practices

Stakeholder group seeks consensus on dietary supplement quality practices

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