The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is an agency of the European Union that provides independent scientific advice and communication on existing and emerging risks associated with the food chain. The Authority’s work covers all matters with a direct or indirect impact on food and feed safety, including animal health and welfare, plant protection and plant health and nutrition.
EFSA supports the European Commission, European Parliament and EU member states in taking effective and timely risk management decisions that ensure the protection of the health of the European consumers and the safety of the food and feed chain. The Authority communicates to the public in an open and transparent way on all matters within its remit. EFSA was set up in 2002 and it is based in Italy.
SFP releases 2018 shelf-stable tuna sector report Worldwide
Nearly half of the world’s shelf-stable tuna products are already being sourced in a sustainable or improving manner, with the potential for much more than that, according to the latest sector report from Sustainable Fisheries Partnership.
West coast inshore fisheries survey ends New Zealand
An inshore trawl survey covering the area from Mana Island through to 90 Mile Beach in the far North identified 76 species of fish and measured 19,000 fish.