The challenges of communicating food risk
Learning from the past: Researchers develop a model for food risk communication
Absolute Risk vs. Relative Risk: What’s the difference?
Difference Between Correlation and Causation (Infographic)
Consumption of raw milk poses a realistic and unnecessary health threat
Insights into the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in certain ready-to-eat foods
EU SAFE FOODS project questions the current approach to food risk analysis
Differences in social media and traditional media in reporting a food crisis
How to communicate food risk? A handbook for professionals
What Are The Most Common Foodborne Viruses?
Process contaminants in vegetable oils and foods pose potential health concerns finds EFSA
The FoodRisC e-resource centre
The safety of bottled water
Over 400k deaths worldwide each year caused by preventable foodborne illness, WHO estimates
The World Health Organization exposes myths about foodborne disease
2017 Fipronil contaminated eggs - Things to know
EFSA opinion on acrylamide
Naturally occurring endocrine active substances (Q&A)
New EU label to warn against hyperactivity in children is based on unrealistic consumption levels, say scientists
What Are Food Safety Risk Assessments and Why Are They Used?
Climate change: Possible implications for food safety?
EFSA’s opinion on bisphenol A: No health risk to consumers
Influenza A(H1N1) virus (Q&A)
Avian Influenza: Is it safe to eat poultry meat and eggs?
Is social media a potential resource for communicating food risk information?
FoodRisC: Conceptualising food risk and benefit
Contaminants in fish: Weighing up the risks
Practical classes more effective than theory classes in teaching food safety risks to children
The Benefits of Communicating about Food - ILSI Functional Foods Symposium 2011
Benefit and risk communication (FoodRisC)
Assessment of the risk to humans posed by exposure to low levels of chemicals
2- and 3-MCPD and Their Esters in Vegetable Oils
EUFIC Forum n°1: Quo vadis food risk communication?
Proactive social media strategies can enable positive engagement
Promoting food safety through a new integrated risk analysis approach (SAFE FOODS)