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Risk Assessment And Risk Management Nof Novel Plant Foods Concepts (Temanord 2005)
December 30, 2005 by Nordic Council of Ministers .
Written in English
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The overall aim of this paper is thus to facilitate the introduction of novel plant foods on the market through a clear definition of the roles of risk management and risk assessment in the process by explaining what each part should do, thereby bringing the harmonisation process of safety assessments of exotic fruits and vegetables an important step by: management of novel plant foods Concepts and principles Ib Knudsen, Inge Søborg, Folmer Eriksen, Kirsten Pilegaard and Jan Pedersen.
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Knudsen I(1), Søborg I, Eriksen F, Pilegaard K, Pedersen J. Author information: (1)Department of Toxicology and Risk Assessment, National Food Institute, Technical University Cited by: Risk management and risk assessment of novel plant foods: Concepts and principles.
Worldwide 30 food plants deliver 95% of human daily intake of plant food calories and around other plant species are delivering the last 5%. Risk Assessment And Risk Management Nof Novel Plant Foods Concepts book some food plants are likely to be considered traditional in Europe, while the nearly other plant Cited by: Request PDF | Risk management and risk assessment of novel plant foods: Concepts and principles | Worldwide 30 food plants deliver 95% of human daily intake of plant food calories and around (English) Book (Other academic) Abstract [en] Novel food regulation is already in force in the European Community, Australia/New Zealand and in Canada.
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