Activity Document 2022
The Activity Document gives an overview of all activities we carry out. It includes a presentation of our yearly portfolio of new and current activities, including Task Forces, Expert Groups and online seminars. This document consists also of an overview of other projects we partner with, such as EU-funded and other collaborative ones with other ILSI Entities and/or organisations.
Join the 1-day digital event and learn from the around 40 experts and food professionals nurturing the programme on:
- Food Systems transformation: practical implementations
- Next generation of risk assessment of chemicals
- Consumers and informed choices in the digital age
- Personalised Nutrition: from data collection to implementation
- Nutrition for optimal sports performance – are there lessons for healthy ageing?
Have a look to the full program with intriguing plenary talks and parallel sessions here.
Our 2021 digital Symposium is born in an exciting period of research and scientific breakthroughs. We are also partying our 35th anniversary and what better way to celebrate the successes of the past than by looking to the future together!
ILSI Europe launched a new Sustainability Pillar with a roadmap of activities that are aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals 12 and 13, and the European Union (EU) goal to become the first carbon neutral continent by 2050.
On May 6-7, researchers from academia and industry, and regulators gathered to establish a coordinated approach to assess the human health risks of micro- and nanoplastics in food during EFSA 25th Scientific Colloquium.
Authors: Siméon Bourdoux and Nevena Hristozova, ILSI Europe Scientific Project Managers for the European Consortia FoodSafety4EU.
The Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) welcomes 4 new members: Mr. Luca Bellomo (Herbalife, IT),
Ms Susanne Braun (University of Hohenheim, DE), Dr Gloria Pellegrino (Lavazza, IT) and Dr Ricardo Rueda (Abbott, ES) will serve for a 3-years mandate. Additionally, Dr Louise Dye rotated into the ILSI Europe Chair, and Prof. Philip Calder, who ended his mandate as Chair in March 2021, into SAC member
ILSI Europe was a strategic partner of this international event, which has sought answers to the major challenges facing the sector: how to optimise processes through technology, how to develop more sustainable and efficient business models, and what are the trends in the production of new foods and ingredients