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Jasmin Buijs

Jasmin studied law in Utrecht and specialized in food law at Wageningen University. There she enhanced her legal background with knowledge on food properties and food related hazards. Jasmin enjoys assisting start-ups with bringing their innovative ideas on the market. She works on questions regarding novel foods, health foods, food supplements, advertising of food products and other labelling issues. Jasmin also has experience with IP and data protection cases. She not only speaks Chinese but also knows the Chinese legislation related to the export of food products to China.

Jasmin likes to devote her free time to good after dinner conversations, reading and yoga.

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Transparency vs. Confidentiality: EFSA’s new role as from March 2021

Last month, the European Council formally adopted the new Regulation on the transparency of the EU risk assessment in the food chain, which will be applicable as of 26 March 2021. As is in the name, the new provisions aim at increased transparency of EU risk assessment, which for a large deal means strengthening the […]

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