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EFSA advises on harmful fruit fly found in imports from Egypt

EFSA has just delivered scientific advice on the risks posed by a plant pest commonly known as the peach fruit fly (Bactrocera zonata), which Spanish authorities recently detected in consignments of citrus fruit from Egypt. EFSA confirmed the view of Span ...

07 Mayo 2007
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EFSA statement on the recent CRIIGEN publication on MON 863 maize

EFSA is aware of the recently presented publication by the CRIIGEN research group on genetically modified maize MON 863 containing a revised statistical analysis of the 90 day rat study considered in the risk assessment.  EFSA will carefully evaluate this ...

15 Marzo 2007
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EFSA Plant Health Panel evaluates study on citrus canker disease

The new Plant Health (PLH) Panel of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) started its work in the summer of 2006. At the request of the European Commission (EC), it has evaluated a recent study on citrus canker disease published by the US Agriculture ...

08 Marzo 2007
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EFSA issues opinions on Genetically Modified 1507 Maize

The European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) Scientific Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO Panel) has published today two opinions on 1507 maize relating to (i) food use and (ii) import, feed and industrial processing and cultivation. GM 1507 mai ...

09 Junio 2005
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EFSA follows up on Bt10 maize

On 12 April 2005 the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) released a statement on the lack of data available to assess the risks of Bt10[*] following the inadvertent release in the United States of a non-authorised genetically modified (GM) maize line ca ...

09 Junio 2005
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