5 edition of Development of criteria for acceptable previous cargoes for fats and oils found in the catalog.
Published 2007 by Administrator in Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and World Health Organization in collaboration with the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (Netherlands)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and World Health Organization in collaboration with the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (Netherlands)|
|Publishers||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and World Health Organization in collaboration with the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (Netherlands)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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Scientific Opinion of the Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain on a request from the European Commission on the review of the criteria for acceptable previous cargoes for edible fats and oils. These same methods have also presented the edible oil industry with powerful tools in its attempts to raise standards in the storage and handling of its products and raw materials but detectable concentrations are so low that once a chemist is alerted to what may be present, it is highly likely that he will detect it.
This would be favoured by careless cleaning, but in any case if water is present mould growth may occur. cracking or pin holing metal pick up may occur. If only the yellow light is transmitted it follows that all other light is absorbed and it was found that for most metals the absorption spectrum was more useful for analytical purposes than the transmission spectrum.
Zinc silicate is sometimes used but if in contact with water at higher temperatures will hydrolyse to some extent to yield fatty which attack it. The Committee also agreed to forward for adoption by the Commission new text replacing the statement on voluntary application in the following standards: for Edible Fats and Oils not covered by Individual Standards CODEX STAN 19-1981 ; for Named Vegetable Oils CODEX STAN 211-1999 ; for Named Animal Fats CODEX STAN 210-1999 and for Olive Oils and Olive Pomace Oils CODEX STAN 33-1981.
This publication reports on the 26th session held in Rome in 2003, which adopted the first internationally agreed protocols for assessing the safety of foods derived from biotechnology, and also began a reform process of its structure and procedures in order to increase efficiency and relevance of its work.
There may be loss of volatile substances, precipitation from the oil of gummy materials and absorption by these of other substances present. The sources of contamination are several and some are to be found before the primary products are processed.
Edible Fats and Oils not Covered by Individual Standards• Deterioration Of the adverse chemical changes which may occur during transport and storage oxidation, which is the major cause of rancity, is the most likely. positions on the agenda items will be described and discussed, and attendees will have the opportunity to pose questions and offer comments.
New Work for Approval by the 38 th Commission The Committee agreed to the following new work proposals for approval by the Commission:• Edible fats and oils from vegetable, animal and marine sources have been traded and shipped for thousands of years, as they forman important part of the human diet.
In June, the body reviewed the criteria for their bulk transport and previous cargoes. EFSA Journal 2011;9 7 :2319, 10 pp. More modern contaminants such as pesticides require more sophisticated analytical methods.
Edible Fats and Oils not Covered by Individual Standards• EFSA Journal 2009;7 5 :1110, 21 pp.
Options range from recalls to export information to regulations, directives and notices.
2017 Jan 18;15 1 :e04656.