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Foods derived from modern biotechnology

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    Foods Derived from Biotechnology 2004
    2. The Codex Alimentarius Commission at its 26th session in 2003 adopted Principles and Guidelines on foods derived from biotechnology. These are overarching principles on the risk analysis of foods derived from modern biotechnology and guidelines for food safety assessment of foods derived from recombinant-DNA plants and microorganisms. It is hoped that this compact format will allow wide use and understanding of the risk analysis and safety assessment of food derived from biotechnology and tha t it will encourage their use by governments, regulatory authorities, food industries and all food handlers, and consumers.
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    CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION, REPORT OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH SESSION, Rome, 4 - 9 July 2005
    Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme, ALINORM 05/28/41
    2005
    The FAO/WHO Codex Alimentarius Commission is the unique United Nations body responsible for establishing international food standards aimed at protecting the health of consumers and ensuring fair practices in the food trade. The food standards, codes of practice and other guidelines and recommendations adopted by the Commission form the Codex Alimentarius: the international food code. The Codex Alimentarius Commission envisages a world afforded the highest attainable levels of consumer protectio n, including food safety and quality. The 28th Session, held from 4 to 9 July 2005, adopted a number of new or revised standards and related texts as well as several amendments to the Rules of Procedure, pursuant to the process of reform of its structure and procedures to meet the increased expectations of governments and stakeholders for increased efficiency and relevance of its work. This is the report of that meeting, adopted by the Commission itself on its closing day. It includes a full l ist of all participants and a list of all the standards and related texts adopted by the Commission.
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    Aliments dérivés des biotechnologies modernes
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    2009
    Les textes dans cette publication représentent le résultat des travaux de la Commission du Codex Alimentarius concernant les principes et les directives régissant l’évaluation de la sécurité sanitaire des aliments dérivés des biotechnologies modernes. Ces textes donnent des lignes d’orientation sur la façon d’évaluer la sécurité sanitaire de ces aliments et ainsi protéger la santé des consommateurs. Cette deuxième édition comprend tous les textes adoptés par la Commission du Codex Alimentarius j usqu’en 2008. La Commission du Codex Alimentarius est un organisme intergouvernemental de plus de 180 membres, relevant du Programme mixte FAO/OMS sur les normes alimentaires tel qu’établi par l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO) et l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS) dans le but de protéger la santé des consommateurs et d’assurer des pratiques loyales dans le commerce alimentaire. La Commission promeut aussi la coordination de tous les travaux en matière de normes alimentaires entrepris par des organisations internationales gouvernementales et non gouvernementales.

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