EUFIC has updated its governance model, offering an even stronger backbone to serve its mission to inspire and empower healthier and more sustainable diets and lifestyles among European citizens.
New headlines claim that eating just one slice of bacon a day can increase the risk of dementia but there are a few things to keep in mind when reading the study.
Food safety is a top priority for the European Commission. The FoodSafety4EU project will develop and release a multi-stakeholder platform for the future European Food Safety System.
There remains a lot of conflicting communication about processed food, blurring the scientific facts, and making it difficult for consumers to make informed choices.
Recent headlines claim that eating meat regularly could increase the risk of having up to 25 different diseases, including heart disease, diabetes and pneumonia. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when reading the study’s conclusions.
Recent news stories claim that eating as much as half an egg a day could increase the risk of early death. Others say that regularly eating yolks could cause cancer, heart attacks and strokes. But before ditching the eggs, there are a few things to keep in mind.
A recent study generated media headlines claiming that eating even a small portion of fried foods - like a weekly portion of fries from a fast-food chain, can increase the risk of heart disease. What do we need to keep in mind when reading these headlines?
On February 25 the European Food Information Council (EUFIC) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) will co-host the Food Systems Dialogue "Walking the talk: healthy & sustainable food systems through aligned, evidence-based communication & policy’’.
On the 24th of November, EUFIC organised an online symposium: ‘Processed foods: how to communicate about what we (don’t) know?’.
The FOOD 2030 Platform is a platform that mobilises a wide variety of stakeholders at the level of cities, regions, countries and Europe to future-proof European food systems through research and innovation.