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Mutual recognition: Italy increases maximum vitamin levels in line with EFSA

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Italian authorities have increased maximum levels for vitamin D, vitamin B12 and vitamin K to levels in line with opinions set out by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).

Open letter demands EU-wide nutrient profiles for nutrition and health claims

Open letter demands EU-wide nutrient profiles for nutrition and health claims

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“Frutarom in a cup”: Firm showcases functional drink solutions as acquisition integration begins

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Cranberry effective against recurrent UTIs: Meta-analysis

Winners revealed: Find out who won out at the NutraIngredients Awards 2017!

Winners revealed: Find out who won out at the NutraIngredients Awards 2017!

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Vitafoods 2017 in tweets

EU fairy tales: Is botanical harmonisation ‘a waste of time’?

EU fairy tales: Is botanical harmonisation ‘a waste of time’?

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Do commercial probiotics need better quality controls?

MEPs last week said they were “convinced the authority should be endowed with a sufficient budget to hire independent in-house experts with no conflicts of interest”. ©iStock

Analysis: Can EFSA ever cut ties with industry?

In addition to standard beverages, a number of other caffeinated products, such as maple syrup, beef jerky, and donuts, have entered the market, suggesting substantial consumer interest in diverse sources of caffeine. ©iStock/ratmaner

Storm in a teacup? Review deems four coffees a day as safe

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