Microorganisms are the earliest form of life on earth, first evolving more than three billion years ago. Microorganisms are living organisms invisible to the naked eye. They remain extremely abundant today, and three forms of microorganisms in particular are used in food production: bacteria, yeasts, moulds.
Overall, they are indispensible to the balance of the biosphere by participating in the elementary cycles of nature.
- About Food Cultures
- Production of microbial cultures
An open letter jointly calls upon member states and the EU Commission to initiate a legislative change of rules on mutagenesis. Read the full letter here.
EFFCA have revised their position on the definition of Food Cultures. Please see the attached document for more information
EFFCA co-sign Joint Stakeholder statement on Promoting sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity through open exchange of Digital Sequence Information (22 June 2018)