The FS4EU welcomes the project SHEALTHY– Non-Thermal physical technologies to preserve healthiness of fresh and minimally processed fruit and vegetables.

SHEALTHY project aims to assess and develop an optimal combination of non-thermal sanitization, preservation and stabilization methods to improve the safety, while preserving the nutritional quality and prolonging the shelf-life of minimally F&V products.

SHEALTHY project foresees actions of cooperation with other international fundedprojects, to improve knowledge and collaboration and exchange
information, joint activities, capitalization of public results, and
dissemination including the co-organization of the international
events. For this reason, both parties expressed interest to set
a pathway for cooperation within the framework of the FS4EU
roadmap, with particular focus on communication and dissemination activities.

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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 πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί food sector is safe for consumers and our environment" ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ“’ Hey, do you know what's new in the #foodsafety sector?!πŸ”΄ The January #FS4EUpdates are OUT NOW! Opportunities, news and events are waiting for you!πŸ‘‰ 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? πŸ¦—πŸŽ„ Or larva powder gingerbread man? πŸͺ β›„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?πŸŽ„If there is anything your want to know about insects or other #novelfood, just #AskTheExpert β‰οΈπŸ‘‰ Share your questions in the comments or in our survey at ow.ly/o7jO50MawGH ... See MoreSee Less
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✨ Foodsafety4EU team wishes you the happiest winter holiday! ✨ ... See MoreSee Less
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