All news articles for October 07, 2016

EFSA’s NDA panel backed the levels set in 1993 by its predecessor the Scientific Committee for Food (SCF) '[i]n the absence of new scientific evidence'. ©iStock/photka

EFSA calls for feedback on its vitamin B1 report

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is calling for stakeholder feedback on its dietary reference values for thiamin (vitamin B1), which hold true to guidance given back in the 1990s.

Wageningen University's campus will house Unilever's R&D centre from 2019 onwards.

Unilever to relocate food R&D to Wageningen University

By Niamh Michail

Global food giant Unilever is to relocate its R&D centres for food, home and personal care to Wageningen University in the Netherlands, creating what it calls "a global food innovation centre".

Since March there have been 16 large-scale cases involving multiple countries blocking supplements containing agmatine sulphate at the borders.

Schwarzenegger supplement latest agmatine sulphate reject

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

Malta has warned against using a MusclePharm workout supplement endorsed by Arnold Schwarzenegger following an investigation into its agmatine sulphate content concerning a total of 30 countries. The case is the latest to deal with the novel nitric oxide...

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