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20.12.2019
BfR Opinion No. 052/2019
Food supplements - High intake of isolated branched-chain amino acids can lead to health impairments 416.1 KB
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18.12.2019
BfR Communication No 051/2019
Exchange about flows of goods more necessary than ever 48.3 KB
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13.12.2019
BfR Communication No 049/2019
How much aluminium passes through the skin? The BfR reviews a new expert opinion 45.2 KB
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04.12.2019
Communication No 048/2019 of the BfR
3D printing: Research projects on health risks launched 36.1 KB
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28.11.2019
BfR Opinion No 047/2019
Comparing the genetic material of pathogens to explain disease outbreaks 137.6 KB
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25.11.2019
Opinion No. 046/2019 of BfR
Fillable articles made from melamine formaldehyde resin, such as coffee-to-go cups sold as 'bambooware', may leak harmful substances into hot foods 1.6 MB
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18.11.2019
BfR Opinion No 045/2019
Reducing aluminium intake can minimise potential health risks 73.3 KB
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14.11.2019
Communication No. 044/2019 from the BfR
Biotin in food supplements can influence laboratory test results 78.2 KB
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04.11.2019
BfR Communication No 043/2019
Successful Sino-German Summer School on Risk Assessment 81.8 KB
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24.10.2019
BfR Communication No 042/2019
BfR supports women in management positions with mentoring programme 44.3 KB
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22.10.2019
BfR opinion No 041/2019
Single case assessment of mould toxins on popcorn kernels 154.3 KB
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11.10.2019
BfR Communication No 040/2019
Milk recall: Questions and answers about the "waterborne bacteria" Aeromonas hydrophila 42.6 KB
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09.10.2019
BfR Communication No 039/2019
A step closer to EU standards: strengthening consumer protection in Albania 95.9 KB
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30.09.2019
BfR Communication No 038/2019
Better assessment of pesticide residues with digital tools 50.1 KB
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19.09.2019
BfR Opinion No 014/2019 of 18 April 2019, updated on
New pathogens in beef and cow’s milk products: More research required 81.5 KB
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17.09.2019
BfR Opinion No. 036/2019
Polyamide Kitchen Utensils: Keep contact with hot food as brief as possible 295.2 KB
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16.09.2019
BfR Opinion No 035/2019
Bacillus cereus bacteria in foodstuffs may cause gastrointestinal diseases 177.1 KB
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03.09.2019
Updated BfR Communication No. 034/2019
BfR Data Collection on Processing Factors 74.4 KB
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28.08.2019
BfR Communication No 033/2019
Körber Foundation awards BfR scientist the Deutscher Studienpreis 67.1 KB
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21.08.2019
BfR opinion No 032/2019
New health-based guidance values for the industrial chemicals PFOS and PFOA 465.7 KB
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08.08.2019
BfR Communication No 031/2019
The insecticide Chlorpyrifos does not fulfil the criteria for renewal of approval: BfR shares the scientific assessment of EFSA 27.9 KB
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07.08.2019
BfR Communication No 030/2019
Plant protection products - how is the health risk for users assessed? 46.2 KB
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05.08.2019
BfR Communication No. 029/2019
No evidence of intestinal damage from polystyrene microplastic in the laboratory 60.5 KB
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29.07.2019
BfR Communication No 028/2019
The BfR "Genome Editing in the Field of Nutrition and Human Health" Consumer Conference starts on 10th August 2019 336.3 KB
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25.07.2019
BfR Opinion No 027/2019
High aluminium levels in some matcha tea samples 159.8 KB
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24.07.2019
BfR Communication No 026/2019
Using plant protection products in home and allotment gardens safely 30.3 KB
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03.07.2019
BfR Communication No. 024/2019
Jequirity bean, castor oil plant & Co. – exotic souvenirs can contain poisonous plant seeds 436.3 KB
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02.07.2019
BfR Communication No. 023/2019
German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment wins award as a family-friendly employer 35.8 KB
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13.06.2019
BfR Communication No 022/2019
Intake of Phosphates: Babies, infants and children can exceed the health guidance values 64.2 KB
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07.06.2019
BfR Communication No 021/2019
No cancer risks concealed: All professional conclusions reached by the BfR have been publicly accessible for years 170.6 KB
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29.05.2019
BfR Opinion No 020/2019
Micro-ribonucleic acid in milk: health risk very unlikely 91.2 KB
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27.05.2019
BfR Communication No 019/2019
Glyphosate in tampons? No indication of residues of any health significance 46.6 KB
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27.05.2019
BfR Opinion No 018/2019
Children and adolescents: Excessive consumption of energy drinks Increases health risk for cardiovascular system 568.7 KB
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13.05.2019
BfR Opinion No 017/2019
Pyrrolizidine alkaloid levels in dried and deep-frozen spices and herbs too high 46.8 KB
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24.04.2019
BfR Opinion No 015/2019
Health impairment through carbofuran in red chili unlikely 90.6 KB
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12.04.2019
BfR Opinion No 013/2019
Resistant bacteria: Wash uncooked vegetables and lettuce thoroughly and prepare them fresh by yourself 84.0 KB
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09.04.2019
BfR Opinion No. 011/2019
Results of the National Residue Control Plan and Import Control Plan for 2016 38.4 KB
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09.04.2019
BfR Opinion No 012/2019
Harmful compounds might be formed when foods containing the sweetener Sucralose are heated 180.2 KB
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05.04.2019
BfR Opinion No. 010/2019
Results of the National Residue Control Plan and Import Control Plan for 2015 114.9 KB
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03.04.2019
BfR Opinion No. 008/2019
New meta-analysis of glyphosate-based plant protection products does not alter the assessment of the active substance 38.0 KB
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20.03.2019
BfR communication No 006/2019
More openness and transparency in the assessment of the active substances con-tained in plant protection products - on the basis of valid law 33.5 KB
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01.03.2019
BfR Communication No 005/2019
Preliminary estimation of undesired substances in diapers 38.4 KB
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18.01.2019
BfR Communication No 003/2019
Mould fungus toxins and adulterated food: Students visit the BfR during MINT Week 30.4 KB
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14.01.2019
BfR communication No 002/2019
Independence and quality assurance of the European glyphosate assessment 46.2 KB
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10.01.2019
BfR Communication No 001/2019
Health risks through fumigated containers: Experts discuss research results and values measured by control authorities 30.3 KB
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