EAS welcomes two additional regulatory advisers for Europe office

International food, health and nutrition policy consultancy EAS has appointed two additional regulatory advisers to its Europe office in Brussels.

Aleksandra Wesolowska and Elodie Lebastard joined the consultancy this month, where in their advisory roles they will provide guidance on food and nutrition regulation in Europe.

Ms Wesolowska, from Poland, joins EAS from the European Consumers’ Organisation BEUC, where she held the position of Food Policy Officer. She holds a Masters in Food Science and in Food Economics and Marketing.

Ms Lebastard, from France, has worked for a French food regulation consultancy and recently completed a traineeship at DG SANCO, in the European Commission’s food law, nutrition & labelling unit in Brussels. She holds a Masters in Food Law.

EAS Director Simon Pettman said: “Both Aleksandra and Elodie bring a strong base of knowledge and experience to strengthen further our expertise in food law and nutrition policy. They have unrivalled expertise and experience in areas which are of key importance to companies right across the spectrum of the food industry.”


EAS provides strategic consulting advice on European, Asian and international regulation on food and nutritional products. It provides companies with regulatory and strategic advice for the marketing and approval of their products in Europe and Asia. EAS also advises governments, trade associations and companies on the impact of European, Asian and global policy.

EAS has offices in Brussels, Italy and Singapore. EAS-Italy is a branch of EAS located in northern Italy to follow EFSA developments in Parma closely.

For more information on EAS Europe contact EAS, 50 Rue de l’Association, 1000 Brussels, tel: (+32) (0) 2 218 14 70, email [email protected] or visit www.eas.eu. For information on EAS Asia contact EAS Strategic Advice Pte Ltd, 3 Killiney Road, 07-04 Winsland House I, Singapore 239519, tel: (+65) 68 38 12 70, email: [email protected] or visit www.eas-asia.com

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