ACNFP

AcronymDefinition
ACNFPAdvisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes
ACNFPAustralian Centre for Necrotrophic Fungal Pathogens (Murdoch, WA, Australia)
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He added: "In considering this hypothetical application, ACNFP has confirmed that meat and milk from cloned cattle and their offspring shows no substantial difference to conventionally-produced meat and milk and therefore is unlikely to present a food safety risk."
Responding to the findings, Andrew Wadge, chief scientist at the Food Standards Agency (FSA), said yesterday: "In considering this hypothetical application, the ACNFP has confirmed that meat and milk from cloned cattle and their offspring shows no substantial difference to conventionally produced meat and milk and therefore is unlikely to present a food safety risk."
The board will consider the opinion of the ACNFP, the recent European
The ACNFP will be very influential in the final decision of the FSA, which means Unilever is not yet out of the woods.
Neville Craddock, a member of the UK Advisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes (ACNFP) and former member of the UK Food Advisory Committee, has been appointed as a non-Executive Director of Law Laboratories (Lawlabs) (tel: 0121 251 4000), the independent advisory service and testing laboratory.
The information is in the archives of the UK Advisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes (ACNFP) which vets applications for commercial approval of novel foods and animal feed.
Hemicellulase, which has been approved in the UK by the Advisory Committee on Novel Foods & Processes (ACNFP), and Xylanase, still in review, can be applied to bread dough processing, reportedly improving crumb structure and increasing loaf volume.
The final assessment of novel foods in the UK is carried out by the Advisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes (ACNFP), an independent body appointed by the Ministers in which members include a consumer representative and an ethics specialist, in addition to scientists.