6th Veg-i-Trade Consortium meeting at University of Pretoria in South Africa
In the week of March 18th 2014, Veg-i-Trade partners gathered in South Africa for the 6th and final Consortium meeting. The Consortium meeting was pre... Read more
EFSA assesses the risk of Salmonella and Norovirus in leafy greens
Rainfall, use of contaminated water for irrigation or contaminated equipment are among the factors that cause contamination of leafy greens with Salmo... Read more
Welcome to the Veg-i-Trade Closing Event: “Taking the Safety of Fresh produce to the Next Level” (Brussels, 11-12 June 2014)
The EU FP7 Veg-i-Trade project is running to an end. A 2-days closing event is organized in June in Brussels in collaboration with the Belgian Food Sa... Read more
Veg-i-Trade organizes Mini-Symposium on Water Quality and Water Treatment in Brussels on April 24th
Water, both in pre- and post-harvest setting, is a potential source for microbial contamination of fresh produce. Various water sources and water trea... Read more
Veg-i-Trade partner Ghent University visits Universitade Federal do Rio Grande do Sol in Porto Alegre, Brazil
In the week of February 1st 2014, both Prof. Mieke Uyttendaele, Prof. Liesbeth Jacxsens & Ph.D Student Stefanie Delbeke from UGent visited the Brazil... Read more
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Veg-i-Trade is funded under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research of the European Commission
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