WP6: COMMUNICATION, DISSEMINATION AND EXPLOITATION STRATEGIES TO FACILITATE THE IMPACT PATHWAY

WP6 will ensure a proper communication on the project and the dissemination of its results to various key players and stakeholders involved at various levels in monitoring and supervising the infant food chain safety processes and the health of children, namely food authorities, food companies, healthcare professional, academics, other companies, consumers. This WP6 will also contribute to set EU-China common schemes for regulatory standards and harmonize control practices.

Objectives

The aim of WP6 is to ensure a proper communication on the project and the dissemination of its results to various key players and stakeholders involved at various levels in monitoring and supervising the infant food chain safety processes and the health of children, namely food authorities, food companies, healthcare professionals, academics, other companies, consumers. Specific objectives include: i) Engaging all stakeholders in a two-way approach about the growing importance of infant food-chain and its current issues identified in the project; ii) Raising further awareness of decision and policy-makers (government, legislators) and end-users (consumers and healthcare professionals involved in child care and nutrition) on the impact of the food chain risks on food safety, and in general on health protection of children; iii) Communicating at large on project findings and solutions proposed; iv) Informing by media tools and editorial initiatives civil society, including advocacy groups and NGOs, and by meetings and educational activities involving them in the dissemination and exploitation process; v) Contributing to set EU-China common schemes for regulatory standards and harmonise control practices; vi) Establishing a preliminary plan for the immediate dissemination and exploitation of the project’s results that will serve as a guideline for all project partners and guidance for their implementation.

 

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WORK PACKAGE LEADER
EUROPEAN PAEDIATRIC ASSOCIATION UNEPSA EV
Germany
http://www.epa-unepsa.org/

almanya

 

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WORK PACKAGE DEPUTY LEADER
ZHEJIANG ACEDEMY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR INSPECTION AND QUARANTINE
China
http://www.zaiq.org.cn/

china

 

partner1

2 X TASK LEADER
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE POUR L'AGRICULTURE, L'ALIMENTATION ET L'ENVIRONNEMENT
France
https://www.inrae.fr/

fransa

 

partner4

TASK LEADER
UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI TORINO
Italy
http://www.unito.it/

italya

 

partner2

CONTRIBUTOR
AGENCE NATIONALE DE SECURITE SANITAIRE DE L'ALIMENTATION, DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT ET DU TRAVAIL
France
https://www.anses.fr

fransa

 

partner3

CONTRIBUTOR
WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY
Netherlands
https://www.wur.nl/en.htm

hollanda

 

partner5

CONTRIBUTOR
INSTITUT DE RECERCA I TECNOLOGIA AGROALIMENTARIES
Spain
http://www.irta.es/ca/

ispanya

 

partner6

CONTRIBUTOR
FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
Germany
http://www.fraunhofer.de/

almanya

 

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CONTRIBUTOR
CREME SOFTWARE LTD
Ireland
https://www.cremeglobal.com/

ireland

 

partner 8

CONTRIBUTOR
BIODETECTION SYSTEMS B.V.
Netherlands
https://www.biodetectionsystems.com/

hollanda

 

partner 10

CONTRIBUTOR
COMPUTOMICS GMBH
Germany
https://computomics.com/

almanya

 

partner 13

CONTRIBUTOR
HIPP-WERK GEORG HIPP OHG
Germany
https://www.hipp.de/

almanya
News

News

Food safety for infants

  • 08 December 2020
  • Aside from breast milk that is recommended as the gold standard at WHO level, infant formulas and ba...

Pediatric News

  • 20 July 2020
  • In 2020, the EPA-UNEPSA working group on nutrition has joined forces with a consortium of European r...

Furan in food – EFSA confirms health concerns

  • 12 May 2020
  • Consumer exposure to furan and methylfurans in food could lead to possible long-term liver damage. T...

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 861917