EU and national food legislation

Many shared rules for safe food products

Within the EU, most national food legislation is harmonised with EU law. The general principles and requirements of EU food law have been in place since 2002, when regulation no. 178/2002 also established the European Food Safety Authority.
This regulation ensures that the requirements for food and feed are broadly similar in all EU countries, enabling the free movement of goods that are recognised as safe.
At ISI Food Protection, we can both help you interpret the microbiological requirements of EU markets and carry out the necessary analyses. So, when you dispatch your products, they always arrive with the right food safety documentation.