The Joint Research Centre is developing a measurement system to support allergic consumers and food companies.
Water scarcity is a widespread issue in Africa. How can we improve energy access and food security without increasing water consumption?
We spend money to buy our food, but the environment also pays a price. Can you guess which food products consume more resources? Take this quiz to find out.
Food generates air pollution throughout its lifecycle. The EDGAR-FOOD database helps us understand the scope of the issue and identify solutions.
Earth Observation (EO) is a robust, flexible and cost-effective technique to gather information about our planet and has direct benefits for local communities.
The labeling of food products is essential to inform consumers what kind of products they are buying.
The Food Safety & Compliance laboratory in Geel is the analytical facility supporting food and feed safety and compliance policies.
Most commercially exploited species are under high fishing pressure. Estimates show that, worldwide, only 7% of monitored marine fish stocks are underfished.
The Joint Research Centre has been applying Life Cycle Thinking in several contexts and projects, including the evaluation of environmental impacts of bio-based products.
Food fraud has high economic costs, as well as a negative impact on the reputation of honest food providers and consumer trust in genuine quality food, not to mention their health.
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