WP8 will ensure and demonstrate that the research carried out in the SAFFI project respects good practices and recommendations regarding ethical issues raised by the project activities.


The aim of WP8 is to set out the Ethics requirements that the SAFFI project must comply with, in terms of procedures, legislation and good practices, regarding the use of biological samples, the protection of personal data, the involvement of third countries, the environmental protection and safety, and the participation of humans in SAFFI research activities.


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