Plant-based food as part of the solution in driving a Sustainable Diet

ENSA reaction to EAT-Lancet Commission report  18 January 2019 The European Plant-based Foods Association (ENSA) welcomes the EAT-Lancet…

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ENSA statement – Growing demand for plant-protein foods: good for health, good for the environment, good for farmers!

ENSA, the European Plant-Based Foods Association, welcomes the European Commission’s report on the development of plant proteins in the…

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Joint ENSA-EUVEPRO statement on the proposal of the US FDA to change the soy protein health claim into a qualified health claim

Brussels, 22 August 2017 – The European Natural Soy and Plant-based Food Manufacturers Association (ENSA) and the European Vegetable…

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ENSA members commit to further reduce total sugars of their plant-based drink portfolio by 5% by 2020

Brussels, 20 March 2017. – Fully aware of the need to contribute to the fight against obesity and associated diseases and to help consumers…

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ENSA’s response to the ANSES report on the dietary exposure of children under three years of age to chemical substances

Brussels, 11 October - A recent report published by French agency ANSES presents the results of the agency’s study on the dietary exposure…

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Plant-based foods to get a more prominent role in dietary guidelines in the UK and Netherlands

Brussels, 29 March 2016. – The European Natural Soy and Plant-Based Foods Manufacturers Association (ENSA) welcomes new dietary guidelines…

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ENSA deplores the decision of the European Parliament not to support plant-based alternatives to dairy in the milk & fruit school scheme

Brussels, 14 March 2016. – The European Natural Soy and Plant-Based Foods Manufacturers Association (ENSA) regrets the decision of the…

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EFSA confirms the safety of isoflavones

Brussels, 22 October 2015 - On 21 October 2015, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published its scientific opinion “Risk assessment…

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ENSA and EUVEPRO Statement on the authorization by the Health Canada’s Food Directorate of a health claim about soy protein and blood cholesterol lowering

Brussels 9 June 2015 - The European Natural Soyfoods Manufacturers Association (ENSA) and the European Vegetable Protein Federation…

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Daily Mail, ‘How a ‘plant-based’ diet can help women fight breast cancer: Patients told to make fruit, veg and wholegrains focus of meals’, 15.10.2014

Women should eat a plant-based diet to boost their odds of beating breast cancer, experts have said. The world’s biggest study into…

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