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Influence of reduced levels or suppression of sodium nitrite on the outgrowth and toxinogenesis of psychrotrophic Clostridium botulinum Group II type B in cooked ham.

according to the EU legislation (Regulation (EC) No 1333/2008) can be reduced in cooked ham while still ensuring control of C. botulinum Group II type B. According to the multiple factors that could affect C. ...

Infoblad meningokokkeninfecties 2020 (T1)

Full text access:  Public Access Full text language:  Dutch Category:  Scientific reports, recommendations, guidance documents, directives and regulations, monographs and opinions FOS Classification:  ...

How are food contact materials regulated in Europe?

Publication Type: Non-peer reviewed scientific publication Authors: Kathy Van Den Houwe; Séverine Goscinny; Van Hoeck Els Source: Food Science & Law, Die Keure, Volume 1, Number 14, Brugge, België (2020) Health Topics:  Food consumption and food safet ...

Benchmarking food environment policies for the prevention of diet-related non-communicable diseases in Kenya: National expert panel's assessment and priority recommendations.

lists/nutrient declarations; systems regulating health claims; restrictions on marketing breast milk substitutes; and school nutrition policies. Infrastructure support actions in ‘implementation’ phase included: ...

EFSA guidance on technical requirements for regulated food and feed product applications to establish the presence of small particles including nanoparticles

TR), setting out information requirements for applications in the regulated food and feed product areas, and establishing criteria for assessing the presence of a fraction of small particles. These ...

Agglomeration of titanium dioxide nanoparticles increases toxicological responses in vitro and in vivo

A toxicologically relevant definition of NM s is therefore not yet available, which affects not only the risk assessment process but also hinders the regulation of nano-products. In this study, we assessed the ...

Overabundance of unhealthy food advertising targeted to children on Guatemalan television.

weekend and weekdays or children and non-children programmes. PMT and health-related claims were present in all food ads (5.3 ± 1.9 techniques/claims per ad). There is a need to regulate food ads on TV ...

DETERMINATION OF SENSITIZING AND IRRITATING LEACHABLES IN MENSTRUAL HYGIENE PRODUCTS

possibly causing allergic or irritant contact dermatitis. Moreover, due to the lack of specific regulation in the EU, these fragrances can be used freely in the production of MHP s. In previous work, 11 ...

Sensitizing fragrances in absorbent hygiene products.

fragrances are present in a wide range of products but they are not regulated in all industries to the same extent. In Europe, absorbent hygiene products (AHP ’s) are only covered by the general product safety ...

Is aggregated synthetic amorphous silica toxicologically relevant?

significantly relevant from a nanotoxicological perspective.This knowledge gap greatly afects the safety assessment and regulation of NM s, such as synthetic amorphous silica (SAS). SAS is used in a large panel ...

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