12629972255?profile=RESIZE_710x The aim of these reports is to:

  1. Assist EU Member States' authorities to identify and combat fraudulent and deceptive practices along the agri-food chain.
  2. Provide valuable but selected information to stakeholders of the agri-food sector to perform adequate vulnerability assessments and identify new emerging risks.

The monthly report covers food, feedingstuff, material and articles intended to come into contact, directly or indrirectly, with food, animal welfare issues for farmed animals, plant protection products, veterinary medicianal products and other inputs that may end in the form of residues and contaminants in food and feed.

Read the April report.

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