Towards sustainable global food safety collaboration

The Collab4Safety consortium will establish a global network on food safety.

Wednesday 12 September 2012 (6 years 10 days ago)
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The Collab4Safety consortium will establish a global network on food safety with the aim of developing a sustainable coordination platform for exchange of food safety information about research findings, capacity building and policies and facilitate the control and mitigation of existing and emerging food risks.

Tried and tested methods will be used to identify problems and gaps in knowledge, resulting in generation of outputs valuable to research managers and interested stakeholders globally.

Establishing a permanent structure will contribute to the development of trust between key players and institutions, which is needed to create an international forum for exchange of information and opinions on matters pertaining to food safety in the food and feed chain.

Collab4Safety has a duration of 4 years. The participating countries are the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, France, Portugal, Russia, Poland, China and Brazil.

August 2012/ CORDIS/ European Union.
http://cordis.europa.eu/

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