The European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA; Parma, Italy) management board has adopted a five-year strategic plan to maximise the benefits of its scientific expertise across Europe. Budgeted at €73 million, the plan aims to strengthen EFSA’ integrated approach to risk assessment and provide relevant, up-to-the-minute scientific advice to the region’s decision makers. Additionally, the organization has initiated a management plan to keep pace with the increased demands of the food and feed safety industry.
EFSA Adopts Strategic Plan 2009–2013
January 20, 2009
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