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1 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 Bureaucrats meet scientists Invited StakeholdersMonth / year ScientistsNovember 2006 Food IndustryDecember 2006 Retail and Food ServiceJanuary 2007 ConsumersFebruary 2007 Authorities (Commission and EFSA)March 2007 First meeting in a series of five meetings with different stakeholder groups Complete scheme:

2 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 Bureaucrats meet scientists Discussion on the future organisation structures for scientific research in food safety sciences: The vision of scientists on the infrastructure necessary in order to yield high quality research, education and training for the next decades. 2 Workshops today and tomorrow, to be introduced by Ola Eide Now: Overview of current networks in food research and especially in food safety and a view on future networking and interactions

3 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 (European) Networks in Food (safety and technology) E.F.I.E.F.I.

4 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 EFI – A network of member based Food RTOs

5 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 EFI – A network of member based Food RTOs EFI activities Exchange of information, equipment, researchers etc. Common projects, training courses etc. A recent joint membership of EARTO Creation of a European Food Law Group Joint efforts towards European funded research

6 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 IFR UK MatforskNorway SIK Sweden A&FNetherlands VTTFinland VUPPCzech Republic LMC Denmark TNONetherlands ISPAItaly IFBBRomania TübitakTurkey Activity: Information exchange Character: Directors council

7 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 EFFOST European Federation for Food Science and Technology Aims: 1.Develop closer contacts between food producers and distributors, universities and research institutes. 2.Enhance rapid technology transfer from ideas/research into industrial applications to improve European competitiveness. 3.Promote continuing professional development and educational excellence in food science and technology 4.Harmonise food legislation and enforcement programmes throughout Europe 5.Maintain a collaborative network of (research) organisations within the European food industry aimed at co-operation and knowledge sharing. GLOBAL HARMONIZATION INITIATIVE

8 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR FOOD SAFETY The SAFE consortium

9 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 Official Mission as stated in the Statutes is to: stimulate the public debate in Europe on the scientific aspects of food safety, by making available up-to-date knowledge from institutes whose scientific integrity is guaranteed by the unlimited right to publish in the public interest. Goals 1. Work together to develop and promote interdisciplinary research projects and partnerships in the Framework Programmes of the European Commission and its institutions, national governments and food authorities. 2. Participate in the public debate on food safety issues by organising congresses, conferences, seminars and workshops, participating in conferences and workshops given by others and by other activities like communications on the web site or in print. 3. Be the independent spokesman on behalf of the member institutes concerning view points in the food safety arena, e.g. by participation in EU networks and projects. (this can be done on invitation as well as on the consortiums own initiative; focus will be on issues that concern industrial as well as governmental actors in the food chain and its management.)

10 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 A common effort in launching a staircase to European excellence in food safety research funded by the national governments in the EU member states, candidate member states and associated countries. ERA-NET - SAFEFOODERA Co-ordinated by the Nordic Innovation Centre (NICe)

11 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November A European platform for protecting consumers against food health risks The Staircase to the Future Information Exchange External communication Strategic Activities Joint Activities Transnational Activities External communication 2004 ERA-NET SAFEFOODERA

12 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 Pre-SAFEFOODERA: first competition, then co-operation in proposal development. Contents: Investigation on current and future food safety issues in the participating countries. Expansion: Investigation of the possible extension of SAFEFOODERA to Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech and Slovak Republics, Romania, Bulgaria and other countries. Organising the stakeholder meetings from November 2006 to April Future: Develop a vision on the desired food safety research infrastructure delivering HQ research, development, education and training facilities. Co-operation betweenand

13 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November European Technology Platform Food for Life

14 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 Technology Platforms: Central Concept New Instrument to strengthen the European-wide innovation process (address the so-called European paradox) (Industry led) Framework to unite stakeholders around: a common VISION for the technology concerned definition of a STRATEGIC RESEARCH AGENDA develop and execute an IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

15 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 The ETP Food for Life will Drive European competitiveness based on the F&D sector size and the transition foreseen to high value added product portfolio (incl. services) with a major impact on well- being and welfare Impact positively on Community policies (research integration, increased R&D expenditure, greater involvement of SMEs) Boost research performance to effect the transition to high added-value products Sustain career-development in food R&D in Europe and promote entrepreneurial activity Prevent fragmentation by creating a shared Common Vision and managing an effective Implementation Plan for a Strategic Research Agenda Effective public-private partnerships will be essential to fulfil this vision

16 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 The House of the ETP - Food Quality & Manu- facturing Food & Health Food Safety Sustainable Food Production Food & Consumer Communication, Training & Technology Transfer Food Chain Management

17 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 ETP Food Safety Goals Assuring safe foods that consumers can trust 1.Predicting and monitoring the behaviour and fate of relevant known and emerging biological hazards 2. Predicting and monitoring the behaviour and fate of relevant known and emerging chemical hazards including toxins of biological origin 3. Improving risk assessment and risk-benefit evaluation 4. Developing tools to ensure security of the food chain 5. Understanding and addressing consumer concerns with food safety issues

18 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 ETP Board and Operational Committee Prof. Peter van Bladeren; Vice-President for Research, Nestlé (CH) CHAIRMAN Ms Daniela Israelachwili, General Director of CIAA (BE) Mr Rudolf Schwarzböck, President of Copa Cogeca (BE) Mr Daniele Rossi, General Director of Federalimentari Italy (IT) Dr Alphons Schmid, Chairman Regulatory Committee of Eurocommerce (NL) Prof. Brian McKenna, President of EFFoST (IE) Prof. David White, Chairman of Foodforce (UK) Dr Juergen Kohnke, President of FEI (D) Ms Kelly Duffin-Maxwell, Vice-President for R&D, Kraft Foods (D) Dr Hans Elbek Pedersen, Vice-President of Danisco A/S (DK) Dr Didier Bonnet, Director of Cargill European Technology Centre (DK) Dr Andras Sébok, General Manager, Camden & Chorleywood Hungary (HU) Dr Lisbeth Munksgaard, Director of the Centre for Advanced Food Studies (DK) Prof. Michael Gibney, University of Dublin (IE) Dr Jan Maat; Unilever (NL), Chairman Dr Michele Conti Rome (IT), Communication Training and Technology Transfer Dr Harmen Hofstra, Brussels (BE), Food Safety Prof Dietrich Knorr, Berlin (D), Food quality and manufacturing Prof Thomas Ohlsen, Goteborg (S), Sustainable food production Prof Wim Saris, Delft/Maastricht (NL), Food and Health Prof Gerhard Schiefer, Bonn (D), Food Chain Management Prof Hans van Trijp, Wageningen (NL), Food and Consumer Prof Willem de Vos, Wageningen and Dr Roger Fenwick, Norwich (UK), Intra-ETP activities

19 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 Future co-operation of Pan-European Networks in Food Sciences, Safety and Technology A vision on the necessary research infrastructure How to improve European capacity in food (safety) research Obstacles to share knowledge (and infrastructure) Suggestions for better use of infrastructure Better knowledge transfer and training This is what it is all about, today and tomorrow

20 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 Future co-operation of Pan-European Networks in Food Sciences, Safety and Technology Funders (bureacrats) Scientists Good contents and infrastructure SAFEFOODERA ++ SAFE consortium ++

21 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 Future co-operation of Pan-European Networks in Food Sciences, Safety and Technology Funders (bureacrats) Scientists Industry SAFEFOODERA National Governments EU Commission DG-Research EFSA ETP Food for Life et al. SAFE consortium ILSI EFFoST national reference labs Optimal conditions for Research, Development and Training

22 SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder meeting with Scientists, Lisbon, 23 & 24 November 2006 Future co-operation of Pan-European Networks in Food Sciences, Safety and Technology: Beyond SAFEFOODERA Funders (bureacrats) Scientists Industry Optimal conditions for Research, Development and Training Network of national and EU Funders All EU MS and AMS + Network of scientific research institutes and universities members in all EU MS and AMS + ETP


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