The crème de la crème when it comes to EU regulations in the fields of food & beverages and life sciences. From plant protection products to geographical indications (GI) for wine and data protection for medicines, this team of EU regulatory and IP specialists makes sure your product is protected and compliant.
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Being located in Brussels has its advantages. For one, ALTIUS is ‘down the street’ from the EU headquarters, which makes working with EU regulators straightforward. Add in the fact that the EU regulatory team has multi-lingual experts on everything from plant protection products, medical devices and GI regulations to ICT rules, these specialists make sure your company is aligned to the latest regulations and that your products are looked after.
Focusing on EU law as a standalone practice, our exceptional specialists work in a variety of areas including agriculture, food, consumer protection, data protection, intellectual property, labelling & packaging, and life sciences.
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Our latest regulatory news
EU harmonizes THC limits in hemp seed (food) as from 1 January 2023 – Update Belgium
The EU regulator has harmonized the maximum levels for tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in hemp seeds throughout the Union within the food contaminants framework.Read more
EU harmonizes THC limits in hemp seed (food) as from 1 January 2023
Hemp seeds have been eaten in the EU for a long time. The seeds may contain trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) because this cannabinoid is a natural constituent of the cannabis plant from which the seeds originate. The EU regulator has decided to harmonize the maximum levels for THC in hemp seeds throughout the Union within the food contaminants framework.Read more
Invisible life to the rescue: European Commission facilitates approval of micro-organisms in plant protection products from 21 November 2022
Micro-organisms or microbes (e.g. bacteria, fungi or protozoa) are invisible to us but play a significant ecological role as they help to break down organic matter and produce oxygen. Some of them protect crops from pests and diseases, making them a suitable alternative to chemical-based plant protection. Given its ambition […]Read more