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Journal Cover EFFL - European Food and Feed Law Review
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     ISSN (Print) 1862-2720
     Published by Lexxion Verlagsgesellschaft Homepage  [12 journals]
  • Norway: Potential Regulation on “Other Substances” in Food
           Supplements
    • Abstract: EFFL 2 2014 Reports 133
      Norway
      Potential Regulation on “Other Substances” in Food Supplements
      Marie Vaale-Hallberg
      Throughout the years the Norwegian authorities
      have been restrictive with regards to food supplements,
      and it has been outspoken about the fact that
      it intends to continue these strict policies in the future.
      The aim is rather that the products serve an actual
      need in the population. The strict policies on
      food supplements are ev
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 12:20:34 +010
       
  • Spain: Spanish Draft Regulation on Food Supplements
    • Abstract: EFFL 2 2014 Reports 131
      Spain
      Spanish Draft Regulation on Food Supplements
      Vicente Rodríguez Fuentes*
      The Spanish Authorities have submitted a new draft
      regulation on food supplements to the European
      Commission. This communication followed Council
      Directive 83/189/EEC of 28 March 1983 which lays
      down a procedure for providing information in the
      field of technical standards and regulations and following
      Article 11 of Regulation (EC) No 1925/2006
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 12:18:52 +010
       
  • Italy: Hidden Advertising: Italian Antitrust Authority Fined Economic
           Operator for Misleading ...
    • Abstract: 130 Reports EFFL 2 2014
      Italy
      Hidden Advertising: Italian Antitrust Authority Fined Economic
      Operator for Misleading Advertising of a Powdered Milk and Baby
      Bottle Displayed in a Weekly Magazine
      Barbara Klaus and Michele Gherardini
      The Italian Antitrust Authority fined three economic
      operators for hidden advertising of baby milk and
      a baby bottle displayed in theweeklymagazine “Chi”.
      (Decision No 24778, of 29 January 2014, published in
      the Of
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 12:17:29 +010
       
  • France: The Paradoxes of Red Yeast Rice
    • Abstract: 128 Reports EFFL 2 2014 France The Paradoxes of Red Yeast Rice Emily Amat and Lise Rihouey-Robini* Fermentationof redricewiththe yeastMonascus purpureus has been used formany years in Chinesemedicine. Today, products made from red yeast rice are appearing exponentially on the food supplement market. Indeed, it is scientifically proven that some of these food supplements containing red yeast rice can benefit people suffering from hypercholesterolemia. Such products contain a specificmo
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 12:15:35 +010
       
  • Denmark: Growth Initiatives, Neighbor Checks and National Requirements
    • Abstract: 126 Reports EFFL 2 2014
      Denmark
      Growth Initiatives, Neighbor Checks and National Requirements
      Tanja Buch-Weeke
      I. Growth initiatives in Denmark
      The currentGovernment inDenmark,which consists
      of the Social Democrats and the Social Liberal Party,
      is very focused on alleviating the administrative burdens
      on businesses and increasing their competitiveness.
      With a right wing opposition, which wants to
      regain power following its defeat in the autumn of
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 12:13:17 +010
       
  • Czech Republic: The Unenforceability of Prohibited Health Claims
           Regulations before Czech ...
    • Abstract: 124 Reports EFFL 2 2014
      Reports
      Czech Republic
      The Unenforceability of Prohibited Health Claims Regulations before
      Czech Courts Revisited
      Nicole Grmelová and Jan Vavrečka*
      On 13 December 2013 the District Court in Mladá
      Boleslav passed a judgment (File No. 11
      C 98/2013‑242) concerning prohibited health claims
      on the packages of a food supplement which raises
      a few interesting points of law.
      As to the facts of the case, a consumer protec
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 12:02:29 +010
       
  • Legal Structures of Food Safety in Europe
    • Abstract: 114 Legal Structures of Food Safety in Europe EFFL 2 2014
      Legal Structures of Food Safety in Europe
      The Federal Institute for Risk Assessment’s “EU Food Safety Almanac”
      Susann Stehfest and Klaus J. Henning*
      In view of the rapid increase in the globalisation of the economy, assuring food safety within
      the European Union has become a challenge. The range and variety of foods on offer in
      Europe continue to rise steadily. The demands not only on food companies but
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 12:00:09 +010
       
  • Colouring Foods versus Food Colours
    • Abstract: EFFL 2 2014 Colouring Foods versus Food Colours 105
      Colouring Foods versus Food Colours
      Guidance Notes on the Classification of Food Extracts with
      Colouring Properties
      Andreas Reinhart*
      On the 29 November 2013 the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health
      endorsed the “Guidance notes on the classification of food extracts with colouring properties”
      1 providing a tool for classification when considering whether a substance is a colour
      (i.e.
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 11:58:40 +010
       
  • Advancing Consumer Protection through Smart Food Safety Regulation
    • Abstract: EFFL 2 2014 Advancing Consumer Protection through Smart Food Safety Regulation 91
      Advancing Consumer Protection through Smart
      Food Safety Regulation
      Norbert Hirschauer and Miroslava Bavorová*
      The reduction of food risks that are caused by malpractice requires a reconstructing understanding
      of the context-dependent behaviours of food businesses and a corresponding design
      of adequate governance structures. Concerning ourselves with consumer protection, we
      focus
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 11:57:27 +010
       
  • Food Online: Radical Changes to the Digital Shop Window
    • Abstract: 78 Food Online EFFL 2 2014
      Food Online
      Radical Changes to the Digital Shop Window
      Lomme van der Veer*
      In 2014 food webshops will be faced with a very large number of regulations on both the
      content of distance contracts and presentation. As regards content, the right of withdrawal
      will have a drastic effect. Even more radical is that a very detailed set of obligations to provide
      information has been suddenly declared to apply to distance vendors. Those webshops
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 11:53:22 +010
       
  • Editorial
    • Abstract: EFFL 2 2014 Editorial 77 Editorial Shopping online has become the usual way to purchase consumer goods from books, films and music – if a hard copy is still bought at all – to clothes, accessories, foods, cosmetics and medicinal products. Today’s customer gathers information in Internet forums and online shops before he orders the object of interest online rather than walk into a shop and ask an assistant for qualified advice. Regardless of the consequences of these changes for the
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 11:51:41 +010
       
  • Recent FDA Regulatory Measures
    • Abstract: 60 Reports EFFL 1 2014
      USA
      Recent FDA Regulatory Measures
      Margaret Rosso Grossman*
      I. Antibiotics in Animal Feed
      The use of antimicrobial drugs (antibiotics) in animal
      feed or drinking water helps animals to gain
      weight more efficiently, but also contributes to antimicrobial
      resistance, which makes important antibiotics
      less effective and threatens public health. To
      preserve the efficacy of antibiotics that are “medically
      important” for
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 10:16:52 +010
       
  • Fishmeal in Feed and Quality Regulations
    • Abstract: EFFL 1 2014 Reports 59
      Norway
      Fishmeal in Feed and Quality Regulations
      Marie Vaale-Hallberg
      I. Fishmeal in feed intended for
      ruminants – A never-ending battle?
      Formany years, there has been a divergence between
      Norway and the EU with regards to the use of fishmeal
      in feed intended for ruminants. The viewof the
      Norwegian authorities has for many years been that
      the use of fishmeal in feed is safe, also for ruminants.
      Norway has consequently
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 10:15:21 +010
       
  • Dutch Product Safety Authority not Keen on Stricter Enforcement of Stevia
           Labelling Rules
    • Abstract: 58 Reports EFFL 1 2014
      the Netherlands
      Dutch Product Safety Authority not Keen on Stricter Enforcement of
      Stevia Labelling Rules
      Ebba Hoogenraad and Dorothée de Rooy
      Research by the Dutch Consumers’ Association (Consumentenbond)
      has shown that there are many products
      on the market in the Netherlands that are marketed
      as being sweetened by Stevia. In reality many
      of those products also contain other artificial sweeteners
      or even sugar.Manufactu
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 10:14:02 +010
       
  • New Rules Regarding the Fortification of Foods in the Pipeline
    • Abstract: 56 Reports EFFL 1 2014
      Denmark
      New Rules Regarding the Fortification of Foods in the Pipeline
      Tanja Buch-Weeke
      The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration has
      issued a noteworthy draft proposal in the field of fortification
      (the “Draft Proposal”). The Draft Proposal
      is to replaceOrder number 1104 of 26November 2012
      on the addition of nutrients to foods. If thisDraft Proposal
      enters into force in its current form, individual
      fortification ap
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 10:12:21 +010
       
  • The Czech Constitutional Court Upholds the Illegal Practice of Marketing
           Food Supplements ...
    • Abstract: EFFL 1 2014 Reports 55
      Czech Republic
      The Czech Constitutional Court Upholds the Illegal Practice of
      Marketing Food Supplements Containing Health Claims Prohibited
      by EU Law
      Nicole Grmelová and Jan Vavrečka*
      A Czech consumer protection organization Unicampus,
      o.s. (the “Plaintiff”) applied for an interim measure
      before the first instance court consisting in prohibiting
      the distribution of a food supplement, BETA
      KAROTEN 25 000 I.U., produce
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 10:11:12 +010
       
  • Latest News from the Belgian Advertising Auto-Control: Nutrition, Health
           and Ingredients Claims ...
    • Abstract: EFFL 1 2014 Reports 53
      Reports
      Belgium
      Latest News from the Belgian Advertising Auto-Control: Nutrition,
      Health and Ingredients Claims under Scrutiny
      Aude Mahy*
      The last quarter of 2013 was rich in complaints regarding advertisements that contain nutrition
      or health claims or refer to the composition of the advertised foodstuff. Here is a short
      summary of the conclusions that can be drawn from the recent decisions of the Belgian auto-
      control body for
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 10:09:04 +010
       
  • Is Europe Ready for a New World Food Order
    • Abstract: EFFL 1 2014 Is Europe Ready for a New World Food Order? 37
      Is Europe Ready for a New World Food
      Order?
      M. Howard-Johnson*
      Restoring food reserves and palliating food ration ‘leakage’ are top priorities for policymakers
      in the face of increasing populations, changing diets, environmental pressures and climate
      change. During an emergency, when food supply is in high demand, the current Laws
      of International Organizations such as the United Nations World Food
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 10:05:50 +010
       
  • Chronicle Food Cases European and Dutch Courts
    • Abstract: 20 Chronicle Food Cases European and Dutch Courts EFFL 1 2014
      Chronicle Food Cases European
      and Dutch Courts
      Kenneth Defares and Nadia Hazeveld*
      I. Introduction
      This contribution reviews a selection of European
      and Dutch cases regarding food from 2007 until July
      2013. Section II of this chronicle focuses on judgments
      of the Courts of the European Union with regard
      to labelling, food supplements, geneticallymodified
      foods, novel foods, public info
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 10:04:28 +010
       
  • Editorial
    • Abstract: EFFL 1 2014 Editorial 1
      Editorial
      The upcoming election for the European Parliament creates a break for the daily legislative
      business in Brussels, which might be a good time to focus on some fundamental
      objectives of food law.Wieke Huizing Edinger deals with highly political questions
      of EU competences to regulate the healthiness of food and lifestyle related diseases.
      This issue provokes discussions since the arguments reach far beyond food law as the
      scholar
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 09:59:05 +010
       
 
 
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