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  1. SAFEFOODERA Stakeholder Group meeting with Food Service Sector Ljubljana, 8 - 9February 2007

  2. “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success” Henry Ford

  3. SAFEFOODERA and the European Steering Committe (ESC) • The members of SAFEFOODERA-ESC are funding bodies from countries that are willingto open up and coordinate the food safety aspects of their ongoing national/regional programs • > 90% of European food safety projects are nationally funded, but normally not within food safety programs

  4. 2008“A European platform for protecting consumers against food health risks” The Staircase to the Future Transnational Activities External communication External communication Joint Activities External communication Strategic Activities External communication Information Exchange 2004 ERA-NET SAFEFOODERA

  5. The primary objective of SAFEFOODERA is to establish a platform for protecting consumers against health risks from the consumption of food. Network of national and EU Funders All EU MS and AMS + Network of scientific research institutes and universities members in all EU MS and AMS + Funders (bureacrats) Scientists The Retail and Food service sector Consumers Industry CIAA

  6. SAFEFOODERA WP6 – External Communication - Objective • Dialogue with stakeholders to Facilitating pan-European • dissemination and exploitation of project results. • -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- • The scientific community (Lisabon, 23 – 24 November 2006) • SAFE Consortium membership, complemented with other institutes to be selected. • The Food Industry(Copenhagen, 14 – 15 December 2006) • Tthe Confederation of the food and drink industries of the EU (CIAA). • The Retail and Food Service sectors (Ljubljana, 8 – 9 February 2007) • Representatives from The Confederation of National Associations of Hotels, Restaurants, Cafés and Similar Establishments in the European Union and European Economic Area (HOTREC), the European Federation of Contract Catering Organisations (FERCO), the European Modern Restaurant Association (EMRA), Eurocommerce and the International Committee of Food Retail Chains (CIES). • The Consumers (February 2007) • The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) • The Commission and EFSA (Berlin, March 2007) • The management board of EFSA and the Commission’s ERA-NET organisation.

  7. Information meeting of the Coordinators of ERA-Nets and Heads of Technology Platforms in the field of biotechnologies, agriculture, fisheries and food research Chair: Christian Patermann, Director RTD.E “Biotechnologies, Agriculture, Food" 10.00 - 10.25Opening address by Christian Patermann and Tour de Table 10.25 - 10.50"Manufuture", E.Westkämper 10.50 - 11.10"Agro-technologies andManufuture", NN 11.10 - 12.30Discussion of the following topics: ·Training and education ·New emerging technologies ·International outreach 14.00 - 16.00Discussion of the following topics: ·Relationships between ERA NETs and TPs ·TP Mirror groups, national funding ·Relations with the European Parliament ·Research infrastructures ·Other topics of interest 16.00Conclusions