What are enzymes?
Enzymes are proteins – primary components of all living organisms: microorganisms, plants, animals and humans. They act as catalysts, which means that they make biochemical reactions happen faster than they would otherwise. Without enzymes, those reactions simply would not occur or would run too slowly to sustain life. For example, without enzymes, digestion would be impossible.
CEPI and AMFEP published industry guidelines on the safe handling of enzymes in the paper supply chain.
AMFEP & FEDIMA are hosting a series of webinars to present the Guidelines on the Safe Handling of Enzymes in the Bakery Sector
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.