AFSSAAgence Française de Sécurité Sanitaire des Aliments (French: French Agency for Food Safety)
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[4] AFSSA, Bilan des Connaissances Relatives a L'association des Produits Carnes aux Episodes d'intoxication a E.
[31] Agence Francaise de Securite Sanitaire des Aliments, Institut de veille sanitaire (AFSSA), "Le methylmercure.
Its use in pharmaceutical products and in nearly 6000 food products, has been approved; among its consumers are those that replace natural foods by "light" ones (AFSSA, 2002).
The presence of the H5N1 virus has been confirmed by the French Food Safety Agency AFSSA (Agence francaise de securite sanitaire des aliments) laboratory in Ploufragan, Cotes d'Armor.
"TMI has developed a very interesting enzymatic food safety system, which is patent protected and approved by the French Agency for Food Safety (AFSSA) for vegetable use.
In a new ruling issued on 3rd December 2004, AFSSA (Agence Francaise de Securite Sanitaire des Aliments), confirmed that the regular consumption of certain cranberry juices and cordials "helps reduce the adhesion of certain E.
"Recent information suggesting the risk may be even more infinitesimal has already been accepted by the French Food Standards Agency (AFSSA) which has agreed that there is no greater risk from beef taken from UK cattle born after August 1996 than there is for similarly aged cattle born and reared in France."
FRANCE'S decision to lift the ban follows advice last month from AFSSA, the French food standards agency, that British beef exports were now safe to eat.
France ignored the decision, insisting the public health warnings issued by the Agence Francaise de Securite Sanitairre des Aliments (AFSSA) took precedence.
France is moving closer to lifting its illegal ban on British beef, after AFSSA (L'Agence francaise de securite sanitaire des aliments), the country's food safety agency, declared that ending the ban would not endanger the safety of meat sold there.
Its independent food safety agency, Afssa, was set up specifically because the nation is paranoid about such matters.
Information on the toxicity of endosulfan was obtained from Agritox (AFSSA, 2005.