Database of processing techniques and processing factors compatible with the EFSA food classification and description system FoodEx2 related to pesticide residues Objective 2: Linking the processing techniques investigated in regulatory studies with the EFSA food classification and description system FoodEx2

Food processing, processing study, processing technique, processing factor, pesticide residue, extrapolation, FoodEx2, RAC-model
First published in EFSA Supporting Publications
26 November 2018
Approved
9 November 2018
Type
External Scientific Report

Abstract

In the framework of the project ‘Database of processing techniques and processing factors compatible with the EFSA food classification and description system FoodEx2’ a compendium of representative processing techniques was prepared as a result of Objective 1. In Objective 2 the food / feed items and processes as described in the compendium of Objective 1 were coded using the FoodEx2 coding system. The coding covers the raw agricultural commodities and the food / feed items obtained after processing. Additionally a key facet was added in order to be able to link food and feed items to the EFSA RAC (Raw Agricultural Commodity)‐model. The RAC‐model links the food items as coded in the consumption data to raw agricultural commodities. Food items in this model are also coded using the FoodEx2 coding system. The sources used to code the foods, feeds and processes are described, as well as the coding decisions.

Contact
pesticides.mrl [at] efsa.europa.eu
doi
10.2903/sp.efsa.2018.EN-1509
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