FREE Webinar with Nicoleta Pasecinic: EU novel food updates: Two years on – has the new novel food regulation made it easier for applicants?
In January of 2018 the new Regulation on novel food entered into force. Almost 2 years after, we can learn how strict has been EFSA Panel on Nutrition, Novel Foods and Food Allergens (NDA) at assessing the novel food applications that came through.
If you want to get up to date with the current state of play of the EU novel food applications, then tune in to our free webinar!
This webinar provides an overview of the current trends in EU novel food applications with regards to timelines from application submission to authorisation and how long, on average, the EFSA evaluation takes place for a novel food. How exactly does it compare with past years? Which information is kept confidential and what type of information have applicants requested for data protection? How will the new transparency regulation affect novel food applications from 2021? We have summarised the latest novel food opinions from EFSA published in 2019, including the reasons why an application can achieve a negative conclusion on safety.
Format of the webinar: 40-45 minutes presentation, followed by 15-20 minutes for questions & answers.
- An overview of the current trends in EU novel food
- Which information is kept confidential and what type of information have applicants requested for data protection?
- How will the new transparency regulation affect novel food applications from 2021?
- Regulatory affairs Managers
- Business Development Managers
- R&D Scientists
- Product development Managers
- Project Managers
- Scientists in CROs where clients demand EFSA-compliant studies
Nicoleta Pasecinic ANutr
Nicoleta Pasecinic is a nutritionist by background, having graduated in Food and Human Nutrition from Newcastle University, UK. She also holds a Bachelor degree in Marketing, specialising in B2B sales.
Prior joining Pen & Tec in 2017, Nicoleta worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Health & Society at Newcastle University. During that time, she co-authored several research papers investigating maternal BMI data in UK cohorts/datasets and UK national screening policies for Gestational Diabetes.
With over 2 years’ experience in the food and feed regulatory industry, Nicoleta is an expert in EU novel food authorisation and novel food consultations, using her skills in study design, data collection, quantitative and qualitative data analysis and interpretation to help clients achieve faster market access as economically as possible.