Together with BLL, A.A. is working to approach the global guidelines to fewer additives in the food system.
A.A. hold a meeting in Berlin to discuss step with international organisation BLL towards future cooperation for food additive diminishment.
General Manager Angela from Anti Additive Association (A.A.) holds a meeting in Berlin (Monday 8 April) with the Vice General Director Dr Marcus Girnau from BLL German Federation for Food Law and Food Science (BLL).
In the meeting, both of them demonstrated the shared core value that committing to quality food and providing transparent food products information to the public.
BLL deals with a wide range of issues and areas, all of which fall under the somewhat abstract and general terms “food law“ and “food science“. Examples of more specific relevant topic areas include food safety, hygiene, labelling, health claims, additives, genetic engineering, quality assurance, food supplements and organic foods.
The recent issue that BLL put much effort is the statutory maximum levels for vitamins and minerals to be established to ensure that consumers and manufacturers throughout the European Union (EU) can benefit from (legal) certainty. The preliminary result is able to access here: International Conference on Food Supplements – European solutions decisive.
By the interdisciplinary and further cooperation with all lawyers and scientists of BLL, A.A. are able to provide more objective and comprehensive solutions for food additives using.
The German Federation for Food Law and Food Science (Bund für Lebensmittelrecht und Lebensmittelkunde e. V.) is the leading association of the German food sector. In this role, it represents the food sector throughout the entire production chain, “from farm to fork“, i.e. the areas of agriculture, food processing, food trades, and food sellers. BLL's membership includes some 80 associations, 300 companies – ranging from mid-sized firms to international corporations –, as well as 150 individual members.