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November 2018 Market, Regulatory & Policy Update for Plant-based Ingredients

At this year’s Bridge2Food Protein Summit in October, EUVEPRO Chairman Yves Goemans provided a “Market, Regulatory & Policy Update for Plant-based Ingredients ”. Click to see his presentation.

November 2018 PFP Statement on Recent Court Ruling on mutagenesis

The Primary Food Processors (PFP) take note of the ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on case C-528/16, issued in July 2018.

October 2018 Amino Acid Coalition - Industry Guidance Document

This document is an industry Guidance prepared by interested European industry stake-holders convened under the auspices of the informal “Amino Acid Coalition”.

March 2018 FDA soy health claim consultation: ENSA-EUVEPRO submit joint comments

ENSA and EUVEPRO, have submitted joint comments to the FDA consultation.

March 2018 Vegetable Protein Alternatives to Phosphoric Acid and Phosphates in certain Meat Preparations

Vegetable Protein Alternatives to Phosphoric Acid and Phosphates in Meat Preparations such as Frozen Vertical Meat Spits

October 2017 Joint ENSA-EUVEPRO statement on the proposal of the US FDA to change the soy protein health claim in

Please find attached the Joint ENSA-EUVEPRO statement on the proposal of the US FDA to change the soy protein health claim into a qualified health claim.

June 2017 Call to clarify the future EU legislative framework for Sports food

Specialised Nutrition Europe (SNE), EU Specialty Food Ingredients, the European Vegetable Protein Association (EUVEPRO) and Food Supplements Europe (FSE) are calling upon EU decision-makers

March 2017 EU consultation on Nutrient Profiles

PFP primary food processors question the merits, in terms of the benefit to consumers in assessing and balancing their diets, of a subjective system of nutrition profiling

October 2016 Investor Coalition urge switch to sustainable plant proteins

A group of investors worth $1.25 trillion in assets are urging 16 food companies to accelerate the switch to sustainable, plant-based proteins.

June 2016 Summary of Ghent market survey study

Since 2005, EUVEPRO  has carried out 8 studies on the European vegetable protein market for food products. See attached a Summary of key findings.

May 2016 GMO Authorisations

The EU Food and Feed Chain (FFC) brings together  EU stakeholders in the area of production, trade and use of agricultural products whose members are directly impacted by EU policies related to GMOs.

May 2016 Protein food and influencing the EU agenda on vegetable proteins

Protein food and influencing the EU agenda on vegetable proteins - Mr. Yves Goemans, Chairman, European Vegetable Protein Association (Belgium)

March 2016 UK Government New Eat Well Guide

UK dietary advice backs plant proteins over meat and dairy, integrating sustainability criteria: see new eat well guide.

December 2015 PFP position on REFIT Fitness Check Regulation (EC) No 178/2002

The EU Primary Food Processors (PFP) welcome the opportunity to be consulted on the evaluation of the General Food Law Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 (hereinafter “GFL Regulation”) in the context of the

October 2015 PFP Forum “The essential role of EU Primary Food Processors in a strong & competitive EU agri-food s

Please find attached the PFP press release sent out ahead of yesterday's PFP Forum “The essential role of EU Primary Food Processors in a strong & competitive EU agri-food sector”

October 2015 Primary Food Processing - Cornerstone of Plant-based food production and bio-economy in Europe

Wageningen/LEI researchers presented a summary of PFP study "Primary Food Processing - Cornerstone of Plant-based food production and bio-economy in Europe"

June 2015 Statement on the authorization of a health claim about soy protein and blood cholesterol lowering by

ENSA and EUVEPRO welcome the decision of the Health Canada’s Food Directorate to authorise a ‘Health claim about Soy Protein and Cholesterol Lowering’. According to Health Canada’s Food Directorate, s

May 2015 EU Food and feed chain partners reject attempts to renationalize EU market authorisations of GM crop

Please find attached a press release reacting to proposals to renationalise EU market authorisations of GM crops for food and feed use.

May 2015 Country of origin labelling (COOL) - EU Primary Food Processors share Commission’s views that the s

Please see attached: Country of origin labelling (COOL) - PFP Press Release

November 2014 Tariff suspension for soya protein concentrates

COUNCIL REGULATION (EU) No 722/2014 of 24 June 2014 amending Regulation (EU) No 1387/2013 suspending the autonomous Common Customs Tariff duties on certain agricultural and industrial products entered

August 2014 ENSA and EUVEPRO statement on the rejection by the European Commission of the health claim on soy pr

Brussels, 16 June 2014 - The European Natural Soyfoods Manufacturers Association (ENSA) and the European Vegetable Protein Federation (EUVEPRO) regret that the European Commission has rejected the sub

May 2014 PFP Position paper on COOL

The EU Primary Food Processors Cannot Support New or Additional Requirements on Origin Labelling

September 2011 GM/LLP/GM-free

Primary Food Processors call for a rapid introduction of a technical solution extending the scope from feed only to food and feed. / PFP Position paper on LLP

March 2009 REACH

EUVEPRO Position paper on Exemption of Vegetable Protein Flours, Concentrates and Isolates from registration under reach

December 2007 EUVEPRO Position paper on use of SP in infant formulae (2007)

Soy-based infant formula has been available for almost 40 years. To date, soy-based infant formula has proven to be a safe, healthy way to support the normal growth and development of infants.

November 2007 EUVEPRO Position paper on Tariff codes

Recommended Tariff Code - Classification of Soy Products based on the definitions and explanatory notes

June 2007 EUVEPRO Position paper on Melamine

EUVEPRO is aware that in March 2007 the US FDA recalled some pet food products containing melamine which is a toxic substance. European producers of vital wheat gluten do not use this substance.

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