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Escalex Limits News and Alerts published its last issue in October 2020. We made this difficult decision in order to focus our resources on products and services in the sciences of food and health, and on our activities as an educational charity.
We have had wonderful feedback from our newsletter readers and we appreciate everyone who took the time to share their opinions and ideas with us over the past few months.
This webpage will remain live until 5 February 2021. If you would like to be able to read previous issues, we encourage you to download the pdfs to ensure that you do not lose access.
Escalex Limits News and Alerts covered regulatory developments and upcoming legislation on substance limits. The service assisted the food and beverage industry in their compliance needs for MRLs legal requirements. Published once a month, the News & Alerts captured national and international updates on regulatory limits for several jurisdictions – Australia, Canada, China, EU harmonised law, US federal law and California state law, and New Zealand.
The Escalex Limits News & Alerts October 2020 Edition is live and ready for you to read! This month’s issue highlights regulatory and policy developments that occurred in the area of substance limits in the last two months, including:
Member of the Italian Bar, Amina has been working in Food Law for 5+ years. She is currently finalizing a doctorate in EU Food Law at the University of Verona, in Italy, where she is specializing in food e-commerce and consumer protection. Her Ph.D. studies brought her to conduct research on animal nutrition and veterinary medicines at DG Health and Food Safety of the European Commission in 2018 and on food digital platforms at Queen Mary University of London in 2019.
Prior to initiating her doctoral studies, Amina was a legal consultant at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, where she focused on antimicrobial resistance, contract farming, counterfeit veterinary drugs, and rural occupational health and safety.
Amina joined IFIS in 2020 where she oversees the delivery of the Escalex Limits News & Alerts, researching regulatory updates on substance limits within several jurisdictions – Australia, Canada, China, EU, New Zealand, US federal law and California State law - , liaising with partners to engage appropriate food information dissemination and ensuring the News & Alerts meets the needs of the food industry with regards to compliance with food regulations on limits.