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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2014 EU Report on Pesticide Residues

This report provides a detailed insight into the official control activities performed by EU Member States, Iceland and Norway. Overall, 97.1% of the 82,649 samples analysed in 2014 were free of residues or contained residues within the legally permitted ...

Non-dietary exposure to chemicals

The current scientific report aims at providing a document that compiles and summarise relevant information on non-dietary exposure derived from the use of consumer products and via the environment (dust, air, etc.). Leading institutions and organisations ...

Scientific Report
05 July 2016

Scientific support for preparing EU position for the 2015 CCPR

In accordance with Article 43 of Regulation (EC) 396/2005, EFSA received a request from the European Commission to provide support for the preparation of the EU position for 47th session of the Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues (CCPR). In 2014 JMPR ev ...

Principles and process for dealing with data and evidence

In the context of further developing the excellence of its scientific assessments, enhancing their transparency and openness and in line with the trend in the scientific community, EFSA started the PROMETHEUS project (Promoting Methods for evidence use in ...

Scientific Report
03 June 2015

The 2013 European Union report on pesticide residues

The results of the control activities related to pesticide residues in food carried out in 2013 in the EU Member States, Norway and Iceland (hereafter referred to as reporting countries) are summarised in this report. In total, 80 967 samples of a wide va ...

Pesticide Monitoring Program: Design Assessment

The objective of the EU-coordinated Multi Annual Pesticide Control Program (MACP) is the assessment of MRL exceedance (above 1%) in food items available for consumption in the EU market as well as consumer exposure. The 30 food items currently included in ...

Scientific Report
11 February 2015

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