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the potential risks arising from nanoscience and ... - Favv

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Risk Assessment of

Risk Assessment of Applications • Based on EFSA March 2009 opinion, EFSA has preparedness to assess applications. • EFSA risk assessors will not be able to conclude unless sufficient data is submitted. • No consensus guidance for risk assessment have yet been produced at the international level for the food and feed area. 6

EFSA risk assessment of ENM Two assessments have been provided by EFSA on risks of specific nanomaterials in food and feed: – CEF Panel: No safety concern for titanium nitride for use as food contact material on the basis of proven absence of migration into food. – ANS Panel: Submitted data were insufficient to adequately characterise silver hydrosol and the Panel could not provide an opinion. No new applications have been received by EFSA. ANS: Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources added to Food CEF: Panel on Food Contact Materials, Enzymes, Flavourings and Processing Aids 7

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