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Opinion of the Scientific Committee on "A Harmonised Approach for Risk Assessment of Compounds which are both Genotoxic and Carcinogenic". Comments from the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food…
The Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety welcomes the EFSA initiative to develop a harmonised approach to risk assessment of exposures to chernicals that are both genotoxic and…
Control of bovine ringworm by vaccination in Norway.
- A. Lund, A. Bratberg, Bjørn Næss, R. Gudding
- MedicineVeterinary immunology and immunopathology
- 15 March 2014
Vaccination campaigns in densely populated counties have contributed to a substantial decrease in number of ringworm outbreaks and there are only two herds with restrictions in Norway by end of 2012.
Benefit-risk assessment of fish and fish products in the Norwegian diet – an update. Opinion of the Scientific Steering Committee of the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety
Report from the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety (VKM) 2014:15. Benefit-risk assessment of fish and fish products in the Norwegian diet – an update. Source at https://www.vkm.no/.
Impact on health when sugar is replaced with intense sweeteners in soft drinks, ‘saft’ and nectar. Opinion of Vitenskapskomiteen for mattrygghet Norwegian Scientific Commitee for Food Safety
Description of the processes in the value chain and risk assessment of decomposition substances and oxidation products in fish Oils. Opinion of Steering Committee of the Norwegian Scientific…
Comparison of Organic and Conventional Food and Food Production Part V: Human Health – Pesticide Residues
- C. Bjørge, M. Lag, +22 authors Jan Aelxander
- BusinessEuropean Journal of Nutrition & Food Safety
- 26 February 2019
The present report is based on data from the 2010 EFSA Report on pesticide residues in food, the Norwegian monitoring programmes 2007-2012 and data from peer reviewed literature and governmental…
Evaluation of negative and positive health effects of n-3 fatty acids as constituents of food supplements and fortified Foods. Opinion of the Steering Committee of the Norwegian Scientific Committee…
The Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety has appointed an ad hoc group consisting of both VKM members and external experts to answer the request from the Norwegian Food Safety Authority.
Benefit and risk assessment of increasing potassium by replacement of sodium chloride with potassium chloride in industrial food Production. Opinion of the Scientific Steering Committee
Gel Filtration of Lignosulphonic Acids and Peptide-Precipitating Abilities of the Separated Fractions
The major peptide-precipitating activity of the lignosulphonic acids was due to fractions with molecular weights in excess of 90000, which was found to be the upper limit for molecular weights of the peptides used.