• Erscheinungsweise zweimonatlich
  • ca. 80 Seiten
  • ISSN 1862-2720
  • Sprache: englisch

Issue 5/2019 – Understanding and Regulating the Food Chain

The fields of Food and Feed are extremely dynamic and innovative, responding to both market and environmental pressures. The European Food and Feed Law Review brings expert contributions to the debates this generates: we look at the Design of Studies for the Substantiation of Health Claims; the Necessity to Adopt EU Rules for Online Food Sales; the Legal Identity of Dairy Alternatives in the USA; the Effects of Pollination of Bees and Other Insects; and a comprehensive review of the book Irish Food Law: European, Domestic and International Frameworks.

We also have notes on the Queso Manchego judgment and on Implementing Regulation 2019/1272.
Our report section brings the latest developments in the Czech Republic, Denmark and Italy.

 


 

View all articles of EFFL 5/2019 HERE.

Become an Author for EFFL and view our Call for Papers

About EFFL

Since 2006 EFFL serves the needs of food and feed law experts by providing a unique platform to extract, elaborate and exchange their specialist knowledge and best practices. The law journal thus unknots the growing web of national, European and international food and feed rules and regulations, which are studied in bi-monthly contributions by legal scholars, scientists and experts from other relevant disciplines.

Aims & Scope

The purpose of EFFL is not only to generate and disseminate information related to food and feed law from relevant national, European and international sources; but also to analyse and evaluate important past and contemporary legal and policy developments in this sector.

EFFL gathers legal and scientific expertise from academia, policy and practice in and beyond the European Union, the law journal is therefore best known for offering an inclusive forum to present and ponder the collected knowledge and best practices in terms of food and feed law.

Topics covered by the journal include:

  • food fraud, safety and inspection,
  • ingredients, food additives and supplements,
  • food labelling and advertising,
  • nutritional declarations and health claims,
  • functional food and novel food,
  • food technology,
  • compliance with European and international food and feed law.

To guarantee EFFL’s high-quality standards, all submissions are required to conform to the author guidelines.

EFFL’s Target Audience

EFFL offers an intellectual forum for jurisprudence led by experts in the field of food and feed law. It addresses businesses, lawyers, academics, courts and public administration in the EU and beyond.

EFFL’s Structure

EFFL’s editorial board consists of members from a number of European countries, relevant international organisations and institutions; likewise EFFL benefits from the expertise of its many country correspondents across Europe and beyond. The law journal contains in-depth specialist articles scrutinising relevant legal concepts and practices; comments on recent judgments and decisions; national reports on important developments in the Member States; and references to new legislation, jurisdiction, notifications to the European Commission under Directive 2015/1535, new publications and MEP’s questions and answers.

Editors

Editor-in-Chief

Andreas Meisterernst, Meisterernst Rechtsanwälte, Munich

Managing Editor

Maria Kietz, Meisterernst Rechtsanwälte, Munich

Editorial Board

Alberto Alemanno, HEC Paris
David Byrne, Dublin City University, Dublin
Fausto Capelli, Collegio Europeo di Parma
Christian Grugel, Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, Bonn
Christian Hauer, Schönherr Rechtsanwälte GmbH, Vienna
Alexander Keck, World Trade Organization, Geneva
Malgorzata Korzycka, University of Warsaw
Bernd M. J. van der Meulen, European Institute for Food Law
Andreu Palou, University of Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca
Vittorio Silano, European Food Safety Authority, Parma
Luis Gonzáles Vaqué, China-European Union Food Law Working Party, Barcelona

Executive Editor

Caio Weber Abramo, Lexxion Publisher, Berlin

Country Correspondents

Austria Katharina Koßdorff, FIAA – Food Industries Association of Austria
Belgium Aude Mahy, Loyens & Loeff, Brussels
Bulgaria Elena Todorova, Schoenherr, Sofia
Czech Republic Nicole Grmelová, University of Economics, Prague
Denmark Gundula Maria Kjær, Bech-Bruun, Copenhagen
Finland Hanna Paloheimo, Castrén & Snellman, Helsinki
France Nicole Coutrelis, Coutrelis & Associés, Paris
Germany Moritz Hagenmeyer, KROHN Rechtsanwälte, Hamburg
Greece Charis A. Chaldoupis, Chaldoupis & Partner EWIV, Athens
Hungary Péter Dévényi, Ministry of Public Administration and Justice, Veresegyház
Italy Barbara Klaus, Rödl & Partner, Milan
Norway Marie Vaale-Hallberg, Haavind, Oslo
Poland Iwona Wrzesnieswska-Wal, Medical Postgraduate Study Centre
Romania Ioana Ratescu, European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg
South Africa Cerkia Bramley, University of Pretoria, Pretoria
Spain Sebastián Romero Melchor, Food Compliance Int., Singapore
Sweden Jürgen Conzen, MAQS Law Firm, Stockholm
Switzerland Karola Krell Zbinden, Markwalder Emmenegger, Bern
The Netherlands Sarah Arayess, Say Legal, Amsterdam
United Kingdom Hilary Ross, DWF LLP, London
USA Margaret Rosso Grossmann, University of Illinois, Urbana
21. August 2019

Issue 4/2019 – Health Claims, Live and Artificial Meat

The latest issue of the European Food and Feed Law Review delves deeply into the current trends and debates in the field, including its exciting developments regarding alternative sources of animal protein. Touching on this topic is the article on the Regulation of Plant-Based and Cultured Meat as well as the country report on the USA. Related to this matter are the troubling conditions found in the Live Animal Export Trade. We also feature a 12-Year Assessment of the Health Claims Regulation (Reg EC 1924/2006) and an analysis of Beauty Claims in Food in the European Union. The topic of supplements is covered as well in a Regulatory Assessment for Sub-Ingredient and Sub-Additive Management. Our regular sections on new Publications, EU Legislation, Jurisdiction of the CJEU and Notifications per EC Directive (EU) 2015/1535 provides you with the most comprehensive view of what’s going on in the fields of Food and Feed law, policy and research. This issue brings the latest developments in:  
  View all articles of EFFL 4/2019 HERE.  
10. Juli 2019

Issue 3/2019 – Critical Views in Food Regulation

Issue 3-2019 of the European Food and Feed Law Review is now available, with a selection of detailed analyses on topics of major relevance. Our articles examine differences between Labelling Requirements for Restructured and Mechanically Tenderised Beef in the EU and the USA; present the German Chemical Industry Association’s (VCI) Guide for Good Hygiene Practices in Food Additives Manufacture; discusses Issues in the EU Regulation of GMOs; look at how the e-Commerce Law in China can impact online food trade; and discuss how to reach sustainability while Balancing Agro-Fuels and Food Security. Our regular sections on new Publications, EU LegislationJurisdiction of the CJEU, Notifications per EC Directive (EU) 2015/1535 and European Parliament Q&A provides you with the most comprehensive view of what’s going on in the fields of Food and Feed law, policy and research. This issue also brings the latest developments in:   View all articles of EFFL 3/2019 HERE. Become an Author for EFFL and view our Call for Papers
6. Mai 2019

Issue 2/2019 – Outside the EU shell

On issue 2-2019 of the European Food and Feed Law Review, we take a look at regulatory practice the world over, starting with some of the EU’s major trading partners in how they tackle Food Fraud. The impact of technological innovation in regulation has been receiving more and more attention, as we can see in the articles on labelling of Bioengineered Foods in the USA and Nanomaterials in the EU. This issue also examines the Traditional Use of Botanicals and the new Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 on hygiene. This issue also features a commentary on the ongoing Case C-432/18 Aceto Balsamico di Modena. Our regular sections on new Publications, EU Legislation, Jurisdiction of the CJEU, Notifications per EC Directive (EU) 2015/1535 and European Parliament Q&A provides you with the most comprehensive view of what’s going on in the fields of Food and Feed law, policy and research. We also bring the latest developments in the Czech Republic, Denmark and Germany.   View all articles of EFFL 2/2019 HERE. Become an Author for EFFL and view our Call for Papers
19. März 2019

Issue 1/2019 – Regulatory Changes and Impact

The first issue of 2019 of the European Food and Feed Law Review is now available. Our expert authors from around the world examine vital topics in the area, such as the perennial problem of Food Fraud, the new EU legislation on Organic Foods, and the impact of the Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme’s Codex Alimentarius in Europe. Our regular sections on new Publications, EU Legislation, Jurisdiction of the CJEU, Notifications per EC Directive (EU) 2015/1535 and European Parliament Q&A provides you with the most comprehensive view of what’s going on in the fields of Food and Feed law, policy and research. This issue also brings the latest developments in Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Norway and Portugal.   View all articles of EFFL 1/2019 HERE. Become an Author for EFFL and view our Call for Papers
17. Dezember 2018

Issue 6/2018 – Technology and Regulation

We are glad to present issue 6/2018 of the European Food and Feed Law Review, where leading practitioners and academics from around the world discuss the most relevant topics in the field. This issue of EFFL covers a proposal on the classification of food ingredients with technological properties, online food regulation in China, the EU laws on vegan and vegetarian claims, and food traceability in China. We also bring a presentation of the newly-formed European Commission Knowledge Centre for Food Fraud and Quality. Our regular sections on new publications, legislation, jurisdiction, notifications per EC Directive (EU) 2015/1535 and European Parliament Q&A comes rich with the latest information in the field of Food and Feed. EFFL 6/2018 also features the latest developments in Belgium and Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Denmark and Italy. View all articles of EFFL 5/2018 HERE.
30. Oktober 2018

Issue 5/2018 – Technology and Food: Keeping Pace with Change

We are glad to present issue 5/2018 of the European Food and Feed Law Review, which brings bold discussions by leading practitioners and academics from around the world. This issue of EFFL tackles the classification of technologically enhanced foods, fake news in the food industry, the EU Regulation on novel foods, organic farming law reform in the EU and farmer’s rights in light of industrial farming practices. Our regular sections on new publicationslegislationjurisdictionnotifications per EC Directive (EU) 2015/1535 and European Parliament Q&A comes rich with the latest information in the field of Food and Feed. EFFL 5/2018 also features the latest developments in AustriaBulgariaItaly, and Norway.   View all articles of EFFL 5/2018 HERE.
15. August 2018

Issue 4/2018 – Insects as Food

We are glad to present issue 4/2018 of the European Food and Feed Law Review, which brings bold discussions by leading practitioners and academics from around the world. This issue of EFFL has two articles on the intriguing topic of insects as food (a practice also called entomophagy), with thorough analyses on its regulatory, historical and social dimensions; also featured are articles on current food e-commerce regulation in China and the labelling of dairy products in the EU. Our regular sections on new publications, legislation, jurisdiction, notifications per EC Directive (EU) 2015/1535 and European Parliament Q&A comes rich with the latest information in the field of Food and Feed. EFFL 4/2018 also features the latest developments in Denmark, France, The Netherlands, Poland and the United States. View all articles of EFFL 4/2018.
17. Juli 2018

Issue 3/2018 – Pest Management in Food Processing Plants and Food Safety

The latest issue of the European Food and Feed Law Review offers analysis and insights into some of the most pressing issues in the field. EFFL 3/2018 includes articles on the issue of pest management in food processing plants, flexibility principles in food safety in the EU and the protection of EU Geographical Indicators in Ukraine. In addition, the issue features reports on the latest developments in the food law space from Denmark, Czech Republic, Italy and the United Kingdom. View all articles of EFFL 3/2018.
16. April 2018

Issue 2/2018 – Correct Labelling and more

EFFL 2/2018 addresses several important contemporary topics such as IP in the food sector, correct labelling (‘vegetarian’ and ‘vegan’) and the Commission Regulation on “Total Diet Replacement for Weight Control Products”.  Read also an thorough analysis of ECJ Judgment  in case C-56/16 P Port Charlotte II elaborating on the Regulation on geographical indications of wines.  On top of that, the issue contains an article on policies adopted in terms of biosafety in Indonesia. Country reports from Italy, Norway, Romania and Spain offer insights into crucial national developments in the field of food and feed law. View all articles of EFFL 2/2018.
28. Februar 2018

Issue 1/2018 – Allergen Labelling, Health Claims and more

EFFL 1/2018 kicks off the New Year scrutinising relevant contemporary issues in EU food and feed law: ‘Quantitative Allergen Labelling’, ‘Financing of Official Controls’, ‘The EU’s GMO Concept’ and ‘Health Claims and Botanicals’. Moreover, it offers an in-depth annotation of Queisser (C-282/15 ) and Noria (C-672/15), alongside concise country reports on important national developments in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, the Netherlands and Poland. EFFL remains committed to keep you informed about the latest legislation, jurisdiction, notifications, MEP Q&A and publications. Read all articles of EFFL 1/2018.

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