The joint position of EUVEPRO, ENSA and Starch Europe calls for a revision of the eligibility criteria of the EU agricultural promotion programmes
EUVEPRO is joining forces with 94 organisations to call on the European Commission & Member States
Please find attached the revised PFP Statement on Court Ruling on mutagenesis (updated DEC 2019)
Primary Food Processors would like to register our concern regarding the initiative to broaden the scope of the system of notifications for the agricultural sector.
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.
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
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.
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
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
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
The EU Primary Food Processors Cannot Support New or Additional Requirements on Origin Labelling
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
EUVEPRO Position paper on Exemption of Vegetable Protein Flours, Concentrates and Isolates from registration under reach
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.
Recommended Tariff Code - Classification of Soy Products based on the definitions and explanatory notes
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.