Insects producers calling for EU food hygiene standards

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on January 15, 2020
Population growth is unceasing. According to the FAO, the global population is expected to reach nine billion by 2050¹, generating a massive increase in food production and huge impacts on earth's environment and food production. Heavy ...

Tags: Entomophagy, INSECTS

WITH THE NEW CANADIAN REGULATION, CANNABIS EDIBLES AND OILS REACH THE CONSUMERS

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on October 16, 2019

Tags: Regulatory Process, Cannabis Act, Canada

How to Prevent Fraud in Vanilla Flavor

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on July 10, 2019

Tags: Food Fraud Surveillance

Regulatory Process Best Practices

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on May 23, 2019

Tags: Regulatory Process

How to deal with global food fraud

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on February 20, 2019

Tags: Food Fraud Surveillance

What to expect from AI in 2019?

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on January 9, 2019
How artificial intelligence (AI) will affect our lives in 2019

Tags: Artificial Intelligence

Announcing the SGS Digicomply Winter '18 release

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on December 10, 2018
Empowering AI to provide a new data retrieval experience

Tags: Product Announcement

New breeding techniques and their impact on GMO regulations

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on August 9, 2018
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) made a landmark decision in the field of GMOs stating that new breeding techniques (NBTs) fall under the scope, and obligations, of the GMO directive in the EU. In the EU, the legal framework for GMOs ...

New EU rules to reduce use of single-use plastics predominantly cover food applications

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on June 27, 2018
'With the amount of harmful plastic litter in oceans and seas growing ever greater, the European Commission is proposing new EU-wide rules to target the 10 single-use plastic products most often found on Europe's beaches and seas…' [1]. ...

WHO urges elimination of industrially produced trans-fatty acids from global food supply

Posted by SGS Digicomply Editorial Team on June 27, 2018
The World Health Organisation released in May 2018 a step by step guide for the elimination of industrial trans-fatty acids from the global food supply by 2023 [1]. But what are trans-fatty acids, why does WHO push for their elimination, ...
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