EFSA Journal

EFSA publishes all its scientific outputs, including its scientific opinions, in the EFSA Journal. It also issues a range of supporting publications. See also Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Interactions and human risk assessment

There is an increasing need to develop harmonised terminology, approaches and frameworks for the human risk assessment of combined exposure to multiple compounds. A number of activities have already been undertaken by EFSA, notably in the fields of pestic ...

External Scientific Report
31 March 2015

Extensive literature search for caffeine

Previous studies on the safety of caffeine have been published by the Scientific Committee on Food (SCF) in 1983, 1999 and 2003. In the latter assessment, the SCF concluded that caffeine would not exacerbate the adverse effects of alcohol. A recent study ...

External Scientific Report
15 January 2015

Risk ranking for prioritisation of food and feed related issues

 This study aimed to critically review methodologies for ranking of risks related to feed/food safety and nutritional hazards, on the basis of their anticipated human health impact. An extensive systematic literature review was performed to identify and c ...

External Scientific Report
09 January 2015

EFSA's Chemical Hazards Database, further development

No abstract available Keywords:  EFSA's chemical hazards database, data model, critical study, hazard assessment, safety assessment doi:  10.2903/sp.efsa.2014.EN-654 Question Number:  EFSA-Q-2012-00691 Adopted:  26 June 2014 Contact:  scer@efsa.europ ...

Vitamin and mineral content of breast milk

No abstract available Keywords:  breast milk, vitamins, minerals doi:  10.2903/sp.efsa.2014.EN-629 Question Number:  EFSA-Q-2013-01027 Adopted:  11 July 2014 Contact:  nda@efsa.europa.eu On request from:  EFSA Type:  External Scientific Report ...

External Scientific Report
15 July 2014

Safety of ‘Cetyl Myristoleate Complex’

Following a request from the European Commission, the Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies was asked to update its opinion on the safety of ‘Cetyl Myristoleate Complex’ (CMC) as a novel food ingredient in the light of additional information ...

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