EFSA has published the background documents relating to its peer review of glyphosate. These include the peer review report, and the final Renewal Assessment Report prepared by the German authorities.
Grapevine cannot be ruled out as a potential host plant for the strain of Xylella fastidiosa that is attacking olive trees in southern Italy, EFSA’s plant health specialists have concluded.
EFSA cannot conclude on safety of ethoxyquin, an antioxidant in animal feed, due to possible genotoxicity of one of its metabolites, the possible mutagenicity of an impurity and overall lack of data.
With over one million samples, this latest EU-wide report summarises compliance rates with EU residue limits or targets for a range of veterinary medicines and contaminants
Details of new funding programme announced as more than 100 experts attend EFSA workshop to discuss research priorities.
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