Blog: Catherine Geslain-Lanéelle speaks out
Catherine Sleep | 8 August 2006
Since taking up her post as executive director of the European Food Safety Authority in June, Catherine Geslain-Lanéelle has been understandably busy. There is no bigger job in the food industry right now, and she has abundant claims on her time and expertise. So we were delighted when she agreed to take an hour off to chat to just-food’s Keith Nuthall.
It’s the first interview she’s given with a specialist publication outside of Italy, and members can get the inside track on how she intends to steer EFSA strategy by clicking the link below.
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