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European Food Safety Authority rates BASF's LycoVit as safe


The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has assessed BASF's lycopene formulations marketed under the brand name LycoVit® as safe for use in foods and food supplements. In this way, the Authority is confirming that BASF's synthetically produced LycoVit is an alternative to natural ...


BfR co-ordinates exchange of scientific information with the European Food Safety Authority

Global networking and federal systems are a challenge for every co-ordination process


The Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) is to henceforth co-ordinate the exchange of scientific information between the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the public authorities responsible for food and feed safety in Germany, stakeholders from economic, political and scientific ...


EU greenlights strategic BASF fungicide

Dimethomorph critical component in Agricultural Products division's fruit and vegetables portfolio


The European Commission in April greenlighted BASF's strategic fungicide dimethomorph. The Commission's scientific arm, the European Food and Safety Authority, had previously published a favorable scientific assessment. According to BASF, its unique mode of action makes dimethomorph such an ...


Seven BfR scientists appointed to EFSA panels


A total of seven scientists from the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) have been appointed to the ten scientific advisory bodies of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). Over the next three years, they - together with a further 184 scientists mainly from EU Member States - will ...


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