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Food Safety

Scientific Cooperation (SCOOP) Task Reports

A scientific cooperation (SCOOP) task involves coordination amongst Member States to provide pooled data from across the EU on particular issues of concern regarding food safety. This data is used to assist the Commission in developing EU legislation to increase protection of consumers. The legal basis of SCOOP is Council Directive 93/5/EEC on assistance to the Commission and cooperation by the Member States in the scientific examination of questions relating to food, adopted in February 1993

Reports on tasks for scientific cooperation

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final SCOOP Task 3.2.10 PDF (7015KB) : "Collection of occurrence data of Fusarium toxins in food and assessment of dietary intake by the population of EU Member States"

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Report of experts participating in Task 3.2.7
Assessment of dietary intake of Ochratoxin A by the population of EU Member States, January 2002
PDF (942KB)

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Report of experts participating in Task 3.2.8
Assessment of dietary intake of Patulin by the population of EU Member States, March 2002
PDF (907KB)

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Report of experts participating in Task 7.3
Collection of data on products intended for use in very-low-calorie-diets, September 2002
PDF (1407KB)

> Report of experts participating in Task 7.4
Study of the enzymes used in foodstuffs and collation of data on their safety, December 2000
PDF (2387KB)
  • Annexes PDF (1330KB)
  • Annex 5 : Response to questionnaire : Germany PDF (2533KB)
  • Annex 11 : References of safety evaluations of enzyme preparations by international expert bodies (FAO/WHO) PDF (2310KB)
  • Annex 12 : Guidelines, Specifications, Regulations (FAO/WHO) PDF (3615KB)
  • Annex 12 : Guidelines, Specifications, Regulations (Germany) PDF (4184KB)
  • Annex 1 : AMFEP list of commercial microbial enzymes used in food (Updated 13 April 2000) PDF (3668KB)
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Report of experts participating in Task 9.1
Preparation of a working document in support of the uniform interpretation of legislative standards and the laboratory quality standards prescribed under Directive 93/99/EEC, March 2002

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