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Risk assessment tools for the safety of global food and feed supply chains


Food and consumer protection

This project contributes to the research aim 'Food and consumer protection'. Which funding institutions are active for this aim? What are the sub-aims? Take a look:
Food and consumer protection

Project code: BfR-BIOS-08-1341-102, GP/EFSA/AMU/2016/01
Contract period: 01.03.2017 - 30.04.2019
Purpose of research: Applied research

As leading institutes in the area of food and feed safety risk the BfR and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) are facing similar challenges. In order to benefit from the work, research and experience, whilst avoiding the duplication of work of both institutes, it is aimed with this project to enhance the communication and exchange on research projects, priorities and training opportunities. The BfR built up specific excellence in the development of risk assessment tools to analyse and interpret global food and feed supply chains to support risk managers, while EFSA is coordinating expertise and collecting evidence on a European level. This project describes four working areas, which allow a close collaboration between the institutions to ensure that the challenges are met in a manner that is efficient and effective for risk managers to protect European consumers. BfR parts of the project: Area 1: Map and analyse global food and feed supply chains Area 2: Establishment of a European food and feed safety model repository Area 3: Implementing uncertainty analysis in food and feed safety assessment Area 4: Strengthen regional networks for crisis preparedness and communication in times of crisis. In addition it is envisaged to disseminate and communicate the project results in a comprehensive and consistent way with third parties, such as international organisations, industry, national or international funding programs, and scientific networks. For this a specific work package (Area 0) on reporting and communication will be defined.

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