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Thursday 13th May 2010.                 

Some of the key new challenges facing the food industry and those who regulate it into the future include ‘novel’ foods, foods produced using nanotechnology (*), the use of cloned animals in the food chain and the interaction of packaging materials on foodstuffs, according to Mairead McGuinness, MEP, a member of the Environment, Food Safety and Public Health Committee of the European Parliament.

Speaking at the All Island Environmental Health Forum held at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone today (Thursday), she said currently no applications have been submitted to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for nano products. Read in full →

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Address by Mr Pat The Cope Gallagher Minister of State at the Dept of Health & Children Launch of Primary Course in Food Safety 6 September 2007

6 September 2007

I am delighted to be here this afternoon to formally launch the Environmental Health Officers’ Association’s Revised Primary Course in Food Safety. The Association is to be congratulated on this initiative to review the existing course, so as to ensure that it is up to date with the ever-changing world of food safety legislation. Read in full →





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