Publisert 2023

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Tidsskrift : zenodo , p. 13 , 2023

Publikasjonstype : Fagartikkel

Bidragsytere : Ivanov, Todor; Fabriozo, Fabbri; Mojica, Jonas Lazaro; Schebesta, Hanna; Mauroy, Axel; Menne, Bruno; D'haese, Antoine; Frigo, Angela; Langsrud, Solveig; De Boevre, Marthe; Jokelainen, Pikka; Guelinckx, Isabelle; Scherbov, Maria; de Vries, Hugo; Meerpoel, Celine; Cito, Nunzia; Sabini., Matteo

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Kjetil Aune


Safe, authentic and nutritious food is key to sustaining life and promoting good health, yet the current EU food safety system falters when a need arises to quickly adapt to a continuously evolving food chain. The EU-funded FoodSafety4EU (FS4EU) project kicked off in January 2021 as a step forward towards a more engaged and co-operative Food Safety System (FSS) in Europe. The project aims to design, develop and release a multi-stakeholder platform, along with new digital tools to help citizens, scientists, companies, European Commission (EC), European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), and national Food Safety Authorities co-design Europe’s future food safety system. With the overall ambition of becoming a Competence Centre for Food Safety in Europe supporting the transformation towards a safe and sustainable food system, the FS4EU platform is shaped to: Reduce the current fragmentation of the EU FSS, facilitating higher value interactions between its actors in the multi-levelled system. Support EC and EFSA to address the main food safety challenges and formulate appropriate recommendations. Make available selected knowledge and data (by delivering digital solutions) enhancing the public confidence.