Our solutions and services for food manufacturing, safety and nutrition.

Creme Global combines its deep scientific expertise with the world’s most accurate and user-friendly models that support regulatory requirements, risk assessment and root cause analysis.

Overcome complexity and risk in food manufacturing, safety, product development, regulation, and marketing.

Our products and solutions can help you predict the risks in your food manufacturing, assist you with new product development and regulation compliance and offer risk analysis of supply chains along with impact assessments.

Support for every stage of food manufacturing and distribution

Our solutions and services can help you gain insights and drive better, quicker decision making so that your organisation can compete more effectively in food safety and manufacturing.

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Safer crops
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Supply chain
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New product development
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“Creme Global team have always gone to great lengths to accommodate my requirements and provide technical support when needed. I have no hesitation in recommending Creme Global to anyone interested in modelling exposure scenarios.”

Christina Tlustos
Food Safety Authority of Ireland

Our expert solutions enable you to get the most out of your data.

We are driven by pursuit for scientific excellence and our team follows a rigorous scientific process in delivering verifiable and accurate results.

Exposure Assessments

Service Exposure Assessment​s At Creme Global we use data, models and software to estimate aggregate and cumulative exposure to additives, flavourings, contaminants and pesticides from food and consumer

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Food Safety

Service Food Safety Compliment your food safety practices with advanced use of data and scientific modelling for significant savings in time and resources. Find out more. We can help you with Studies on food safety

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Nutrition Gather and leverage new data for improved decision making in the nutrition industry using our Expert Models and Data Foundry products. Improved decision making Nutrition

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We work with some of the leading food companies and regulators.


Case Studies

Explore the work we did with our clients and how we solved various challenges.

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Our industry partners

Together with our industry partners, we work tirelessly to give you the required tools to organise your data and to accurately predict the impact of your products on a diverse range of issues, such as safe human exposure levels, shelf life and environmental impact.

“With this important and industry-leading tool (Creme Food), we are able to expand our abilities to meet the demands of our clients, satisfy regulatory bodies and ultimately provide transparency and reassurance to the consumer.”

Dr. Áine Hearty,
Intertek Cantox


Dietary Intake Intelligence Tool

Dietary Intake Intelligence Tool combines the latest dietary intake data with versatile and simple to use data interrogation tools. Designed to allow users to overcome inherent complexity of the database and efficently find answers they are looking for.

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Total Aggregate Exposure

Aggregate exposure modelling requires the combination of multiple exposures from the foods we eat, cosmetics we apply to our skin, perfumes we inhale and pesticides in our garden.

Answer important questions with Creme Food Safety

Creme Food Safety emerged from cutting edge EU-wide research into food safety and is being used by industry, government regulatory bodies and research organisations. Find out why.

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Using NLP To Find Relevant Research

For anyone working in a scientific discipline, staying up to date with the latest research is a part and parcel of the job. However, with the huge deluge of research being churned out, this isn’t such an easy task.

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Irish Teenagers and Healthy Eating Guidelines

The objective of the study was to analyse the intake of food and nutrients in Irish teenagers using the Irish Universities Nutrition Alliance (IUNA) National Teens’ Food Survey 2006 and compare it against the Food Safety Authority of Ireland FSAI Healthy Eating Guidelines that were released in 2011.

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