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14.12.2015
BfR Information Nr. 047/2015
Wearing gloves when eviscerating animals protects hunters from hepatitis E 22.8 KB
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12.11.2015
BfR Communication No. 042/2015
Glyphosate: EFSA and Experts from EU Member States Confirm Scientific Assessment of German Authorities 28.6 KB
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09.11.2015
BfR communication No. 041/2015
Release of metals from coffee machines and electric kettles 22.9 KB
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08.10.2015
BfR Opinion Nr. 038/2015
Salmonella control programme - Results for the year 2014 34.8 KB
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01.10.2015
BfR Opinion No. 035/2015
Results of the National Residue Control Plan and Import Control Plan for 2013 confirm a high level of safety with foods of animal origin 63.8 KB
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08.09.2015
BfR Communication No. 028/2015
BfR review of the IARC monograph of glyphosate brought into the European assessment process 34.1 KB
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04.09.2015
BfR communication No. 027/2015
Caution when eating bitter-tasting courgettes (zucchini) 56.0 KB
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31.08.2015
BfR Opinion No. 026/2015
Development of a method for the chemical characterisation of flavours and additives in tobacco products 18.9 KB
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14.08.2015
BfR Opinion No. 025/2015
Infant and follow-on formula: no evidence for health benefits of probiotic additives 23.1 KB
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30.07.2015
BfR Communication No. 024/2015
BfR reviews monograph of the International Agency for Cancer Research (IARC) on glyphosate - divergence procedure within the WHO still in progress 37.5 KB
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29.07.2015
BfR Communication No. 023/2015
BfR reported fully on all the available information regarding the assessment of the carcinogenicity of glyphosate 30.5 KB
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21.07.2015
BfR communication No. 021/2015
Dietary supplements containing dinitrophenol (DNP) can lead to severe intoxication and even to death 64.3 KB
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26.06.2015
BfR Communication No. 019/2015
Evaluation of glyphosate contents in breast milk and urine 39.7 KB
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08.06.2015
BfR Communication No. 016/2015
Does glyphosate cause cancer? - Expert group to address diverging assessments within the WHO 32.9 KB
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08.06.2015
BfR Opinion no. 044/2015
Bisphenol F in mustard: adverse effects on health due to the measured BPF concentrations are unlikely 37.9 KB
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07.05.2015
BfR Communication No. 012/2015
EU Commission discusses critical issues in the assessment of the active substances in plant protection products 33.3 KB
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30.04.2015
BfR Opinion No. 013/2015
Microplastic Particles in Food 18.8 KB
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07.04.2015
Updated BfR opinion No. 009/2015
Two bitter apricot kernels per day are the limit for adults - children should refrain from consuming apricot kernels altogether 40.4 KB
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02.04.2015
BfR Communication No. 008/2015
BfR-contribution to the EU-approval process of glyphosate is finalised 38.5 KB
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23.03.2015
BfR Communication No. 007/2015
Does glyphosate cause cancer? 38.8 KB
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03.03.2015
BfR communication No. 006/2015
New data from a BfR human study: no cyanide risk resulting from the consumption of marzipan and persipan 37.4 KB
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19.02.2015
BfR communication No. 005/2015
No health risk for consumers from Bisphenol A exposure - the BfR endorses the conclusion of the new EFSA assessment 45.2 KB
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27.01.2015
BfR Information
Determination of pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PA) in honey by SPE-LC-MS/MS: Method Protocol 309.2 KB
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22.01.2015
BfR Communication No. 003/2015
Antimicrobial Resistance in Livestock and Food - Its Significance for Human Medicine and Options for Action in Risk Management 44.0 KB
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14.01.2015
BfR communication No. 002/2015
EU active ingredient test for glyphosate: current situation and outlook 61.5 KB
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06.01.2015
Communication of DTU, ANSES and BfR No. 001/2015
More knowledge needed to ensure safe use of botanicals in food 52.0 KB
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