To celebrate this promising year 2022, we are glad to disclose that the FoodSafety4EU network of Supporting Partners is welcoming a new stakeholder from in Western Europe: FFoQSI (Austria)

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FFoQSI has signed an agreement with FoodSafety4EU to collaborate in sharing knowledge and experiences, as well as participate in consultations, meetings and events, dissemination and communication.

As an Austrian public-funded, multi-university co-owned, innovation and science program, its mission lies in investigating critical issues along the entire value chains of feed (plant-based) and food (animal and plant-based), with a focus on innovative approaches to reduce food waste (circularity) and mitigate chemical and microbial contaminants.

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Through the signing of a mutual cooperation agreement, Pr Rudolf Krska is leading the collaboration in FFoQSI, and will take part in the FS4EU participatory process, from exchanging practices, network and knowledge, to the communication/dissemination effort needed to successfully build a multi-stakeholder sustainable platform for Food Safety in the EU.

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Welcome on board, FFoQSI!

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