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Koster, S. (author), Boobis, A.R. (author), Cubberley, R. (author), Hollnagel, H.M. (author), Richling, E. (author), Wildemann, T. (author), Würtzen, G. (author), Galli, C.L. (author)
Unknown substances, not previously observed, are frequently detected in foods by quality control laboratories. In many cases, the assessment of these 'new' substances requires additional chemical analysis for their identification prior to assessing risk. This identification procedure can be time-consuming, expensive and in some instances...
article 2011
Huggett, A. (author), Petersen, B.J. (author), Walker, R. (author), Fisher, C.E. (author), Notermans, S.H.W. (author), Rombouts, F.M. (author), Abbott, P. (author), Debackere, M. (author), Hathaway, S.C. (author), Hecker, E.F.F. (author), Knaap, A.G.A. (author), Kuznesof, P.M. (author), Meyland, I. (author), Moy, G. (author), Narbonne, J.-F. (author), Paakkanen, J. (author), Smith, M.R. (author), Tennant, D. (author), Wagstaffe, P. (author), Wargo, J. (author), Würtzen, G. (author), Centraal Instituut voor Voedingsonderzoek TNO (author)
Internationally acceptable norms need to incorporate sound science and consistent risk management principles in an open and transparent manner, as set out in the Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (the SPS Agreement). The process of risk analysis provides a procedure to reach these goals. The interaction between...
article 1998