ILSI Annual Meeting 2021 – 13-22 April 2021

The 2021 ILSI Annual Science Symposium is a premier gathering of scientists from around the world. The primary focus of the meeting is to learn about new scientific developments in the key topics of ILSI’s focus, such as sustainability, food safety, nutrition and health and identify areas where ILSI can have an impact on public health. This multidisciplinary meeting is an opportunity for experts from all sectors to collaborate and share knowledge. The attendees reach across all relevant ILSI stakeholders including government agencies, academia (including students), non-governmental organizations and the food and agriculture industries.

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🇪🇺 The European Commission has recently published a working document on 💡Drivers of food security 👉 Full document: ow.ly/nZG450MAU9u ... See MoreSee Less
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A warm welcome to a new high-level member of the FS4EU family!🤝SAFE- Safe Food Advocacy Europe is now officially a #SupportingPartner of our multistakeholder #platform 🤩"We need to join as many voices and forces as possible to ensure that the 🇪🇺 food sector is safe for consumers and our environment" ... See MoreSee Less
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📢 Hey, do you know what's new in the #foodsafety sector?!🔴 The January #FS4EUpdates are OUT NOW! Opportunities, news and events are waiting for you!👉 Have a look & download it here ow.ly/aIgk50Msz62 ... See MoreSee Less
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✨ Foodsafety4EU team wishes you the best for the new year! ✨ ... See MoreSee Less
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Have you considered #insects on your #newyearseve menu? Crispy cricket appetizers? 🦗🎄 Or larva powder gingerbread man? 🍪 ⛄Ok, we might have to wait a while before insects become part of traditional dishes served at holiday season. But it is now possible❗ In recent years, the European Commission has authorised 3 insects on the food market: yellow mealworm larva, migratory locusts and house crickets. But only after a #SafetyAssessment performed by the European Food Safety Authority. So yes, those insects are safe to eat! Next Christmas maybe?🎄If there is anything your want to know about insects or other #novelfood, just #AskTheExpert ⁉️👉 Share your questions in the comments or in our survey at ow.ly/o7jO50MawGH ... See MoreSee Less
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