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  1. November 25, 2019

    Update brochure on Pesticide Management

    MVO, FEDIOL, COCERAL, Het Comité and UNISTOCK have updated their brochure on pesticide management for farmers and storage companies in non-EU countries.
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  2. September 20, 2019

    EC RASFF annual report 2018


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  3. EFSA Public consultation: cumulative risk assessment of pesticides

    EFSA is carrying out a public consultation on its pilot assessments of the risks posed to humans by residues of multiple pesticides in food.
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  4. September 10, 2019

    EFSA identified health concerns for chlorpyrifos & chlorpyrifos-methyl

    The pesticides chlorpyrifos and chlorpyrifos-methyl do not meet the criteria required by legislation for the renewal of its approval in the European Union.
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  5. Two new ROW-EU reports SCOPAFF


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  6. April 29, 2019

    The new EFISC-GTP Code has been accepted by the Dutch competent authorities NVWA

    The new EFISC-GTP Code has been accepted by the NVWA as a quality system that could support the public supervision in the Netherlands.
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  7. April 26, 2019

    EP report regarding farming without plant protection products

    Plant Protection Products (PPPs) are often perceived by citizens as very harmful for human health and for the environment. The tendency in EU policy is to stimulate reduction in use of PPPs. In a recent report (March 2019) made by the EPRS (European Parliamentary Research Service) the possibilities and impossibilities have been studied.
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  8. RASFF alert on GE in fat from Sweden


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  9. China agrees on the import of Dutch lard for human consumption.

    China agrees on the import of Dutch lard for human consumption. On 2 July 2018, Carola Schouten, Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, and her Chinese colleague Minister Ni Yuefeng signed the protocol during the High Level Meeting in The Hague.
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  10. April 25, 2018

    Scientific criteria endocrine disruptors


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