The European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA’s) Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA Panel) has published a scientific opinion proposing new dietary reference values for iodine. After conducting a public consultation on a draft opinion issued in January 2014, the NDA Panel has established adequate intakes (AIs) for infants, children and adults based on a large epidemiological study showing that “goiter prevalence is lowest for a urinary iodine concentration above 100 μg/L.” With this threshold in mind, the NDA panel has recommended the following AIs for iodine consumption: (i) 150 μg/day for adults; (ii) 200 μg/day for pregnant and breastfeeding women; (iii) 70 μg/day for infants ages 7-11 months; and (iv) 130 μg/day for children. Additional details about the draft scientific opinion appear in Issue 510 of this Update.