Dr. Sabine Kruse

Sabine Kruse holds a PhD in agriculture economics from the Humboldt University Berlin. She worked as a scientist at the Institute of Agricultural Economics in Berlin from 1979 to 1990. In 1991 she moved to the German Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, first in the business economics unit and since 1996 in the animal nutrition unit.

Dr. Kruse is responsible for legislation relating to feed safety and animal nutrition in Germany. In particular she deals with all matters relating to undesirable substances, additives, feed hygiene and labelling. She also coordinates the feed control in Germany. She has been the head of the German Delegation to the Standing Committee for Animal Nutrition by the European Commission. Finally she has been the head of the German Delegation to the Codex Alimentarius Task Force of Animal Feeding.