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Sara Lewis

Sara Lewis is a Brussels-based freelance journalist who writes for IEG Policy on European food regulatory issues. 

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New report shows aflatoxins and Salmonella top EU food safety alerts

Aflatoxins were the leading cause of alerts generated through the EU Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) in 2018, with groundnut and nuts from the US followed by Turkey the top exporting nation, according to the latest annual report.

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New report shows aflatoxins top EU food safety alerts in 2018

Aflatoxins were the leading cause of alerts generated through the EU Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) in 2018, with groundnut and nuts from the US followed by Turkey the top exporting nation, according to the latest annual report.

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EU Court to rule on EUR25.7 mln Starbucks was forced to repay Netherlands in 2015

The European Court of Justice will September 24 hand down a key judgement in cases challenging the Commission’s October 2015 ruling that the Netherlands had to claw back up to EUR30 million in illegal tax breaks from Starbucks.

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EU Court to rule on €25.7 million Starbucks was forced to repay Netherlands in 2015

The European Court of Justice will September 24 hand down a key judgement in cases challenging the Commission’s October 2015 ruling that the Netherlands had to claw back up to €30 million in illegal tax breaks from Starbucks.

European Food Law Food Policy

AB InBev among 39 multinationals targeted in tax sweetener clampdown

The European Commission has opened separate investigations into “excess profit” tax sweetener deals that Belgium granted 39 multinational companies including the world’s biggest brewery, Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) to see if they breach EU state aid rules.

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EFSA red flag over Moringa stenopetala safety as traditional food from third country

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has raised safety objections to a notification to sell Moringa stenopetala on the EU market as a traditional food from a third country.

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