European Food Safety Authority

A Policy agency, also called EFSA

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) was created as part of a comprehensive programme to improve EU food safety, ensure a high level of consumer protection and restore and maintain confidence in the EU food supply. EFSA provides independent scientific advice on all matters with a direct or indirect impact on food safety. This advice informs European laws, rules and policymaking – and so helps protect consumers from risks in the food chain. EFSA’s remit covers food and feed safety, nutrition, animal health and welfare, plant protection and plant health.

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Response by European Food Safety Authority to Mathias Schindler on .

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  Parma, 20 July 2020 Ref. DD/UP/mm (2020) – out-23621495 Mathias Schindler   e-mail: [1][FOI #8092 email]       Re: Your request for...
Dear Mr Haar, I refer to your request for public access to documents of 2 March 2020, registered as PAD 2020/022 and processed by EFSA in accordance w...
Dear Mr Hudson,   Please find attached the letter referenced 19413599 on behalf of Mr Dirk Detken, the Head of the Legal and Assurance Services of...
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Response by European Food Safety Authority to Carmen Aguilar on .

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Dear Ms Aguilar García, Please find attached the letter referenced 19183618 on behalf of Mr Dirk Detken, the Head of the Legal and Assurance Service...
Dear Ms Sánchez,   I refer to your request for information of 13 June 2016, by means of which you requested information on whether EFSA is in the po...
Dear Mrs Schimpf, Mrs Bas-Defossez and Mr Pushkarev, Please find attached the disclosure letter referenced 14719357 from Mr Dirk Detken, the Head of...

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