CCCF11

Codex Committee on Contaminants in Foods
03/04/2017 - 07/04/2017 | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

GENERAL INFORMATION

The 11th Session of the Codex Committee on Contaminants in Foods will be held from 3rd to 7th April 2017 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The Session will begin at 9:00 on Monday 3 April 2017. The Session will be conducted in English, French and Spanish.

ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION

All participants should provide their details via the online registration system by accessing the link below. Deadline 3 March 2017.

Login and password for the online registration have been provided to all Codex Contact Points and Contact Point of Observers Organizations. If the login and password have not been received, please contact codex@fao.org.

DOCUMENTS

The documents for the session are available in English, French and Spanish. They will be published on the Codex website as soon as they are prepared. NB! We kindly remind you to obtain all documentation from the Codex website prior to the meeting.

WORKSHOP

The Workshop on very low levels of chemicals in food organized by New Zealand will be held on Sunday 2nd April from 09:00 to 16:00, at the CCCF venue (Invitation and revised programme). Update.

SIDE EVENTS

Monday 3rd April (lunch time)
Radionuclides in food: standards, new national guidance and recent developments (Details).

Wednesday 5th April
Codex Communications: web tools – enhancing participation in Codex (Details).

Wednesday 5th April
Ciguatera toxins – work of FAO and WHO to contain contamination (Details).

Related documents

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Document Reference
104Emerging Issues: A proposed risk management approach to address chemicals inadvertently present in food at very low levels (Proposal from New Zealand) 23/03/2017
CF11/CRD04
1Provisional Agenda08/02/2017
CX/CF 17/11/1
7.1Request for comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of arsenic contamination in rice 10/02/2017
CL 2017/25-CF
10.1Request for comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Mycotoxin Contamination in Spices16/02/2017
CL 2017/28-CF
3.1Matters of interest arising from FAO and WHO (including JECFA)15/02/2016
CX/CF 17/11/3
5.1Request for comments at Steps 3 and 6 on the proposed draft and draft revised maximum levels for lead in selected fruits and vegetables (fresh and processed) and other selected food categories in the General Standard for Contaminants and Toxins in Food and Feed (CODEX STAN 193-1995)17/02/2017
CL 2017/23-CF
9.1Request for comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft Annex on the prevention and reduction of ergots and ergot alkaloids contamination in cereal grains (for inclusion in the COP for the Prevention and Reduction of Mycotoxin Contamination in Cereals (CAC/RCP 51-2003))17/02/2017
CL 2017/27-CF
3.2WHO Guidelines for drinking-water quality and health-related limits for certain substances in the Standard for Natural Mineral Waters (CODEX STAN 108-2981)22/02/2016
CX/CF 17/11/3-Add.1
11Discussion paper on the establishment of maximum levels for mycotoxins in spices03/03/2017
CX/CF 17/11/11
2.1Matters referred to the Committee by the Codex Alimentarius Commission and/or its subsidiary bodies06/03/2017
CX/CF 17/11/2
6.1Request for comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft MLs for cadmium in chocolate and cocoa-derived products08/03/2017
CL 2017/24-CF
12Discussion paper on MLs for methylmercury in fish08/03/2017
CX/CF 17/11/12
8.1Request for comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft ML for AFT in RTE peanuts09/03/2017
CL 2017/26-CF
3.3Update on relevant work on ciguatoxins09/03/2017
CX/CF 17/11/3-Add.2
13Discussion paper on non-dioxin like PCBs in the COP for the prevention and reduction of dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs10/03/2017
CX/CF 17/11/13
2.2Matters referred to the Committee by the Codex Alimentarius Commission and/or its subsidiary bodies (CCFO)10/03/2017
CX/CF 17/11/2-Add.1
4Matters of interest arising from other international organizations (IAEA and OECD)14/03/2017
CX/CF 17/11/4
100Division of Competence between the European Union and its Member States27/03/2017
CF11/CRD01
Report08/05/2017
REP17/CF
0.1Information Note for Delegates20/02/2017
18Information documents for use in discussions related to contaminants and toxins in the GSCTFF15/03/2017
CF/11 INF/1
5.2Comments at Steps 3 and 6 in reply to CL 2017/23-CF27/03/2017
CX/CF 16/10/5
6.2Comments at Step 3 in reply to CL 2017/24-CF27/03/2017
CX/CF 17/11/6
7.2Comments at Step 3 in reply to CL 2017/25-CF27/03/2017
CX/CF 16/10/7
8.2Comments at Step 3 in reply to CL 2017/26-CF27/03/2017
CX/CF 16/10/8
9.2Comments at Step 3 in reply to CL 2017/27-CF27/03/2017
CX/CF 16/10/9
10.2Comments at Step 3 in reply to CL 2017/28-CF
CX/CF 16/10/10
105Matters referred to the Committee by the Codex Alimentarius Commission and/or its subsidiary bodies31/03/2016
CF11/CRD05
106Matters of interest arising from FAO and WHO (including JECFA)31/03/2016
CF11/CRD06
107Discussion paper on maximum levels for mycotoxins in spices31/03/2016
CF11/CRD07
109Discussion paper on non-dioxin like PCBs in the code of practice for the prevention and reduction of dioxins and dioxin-like PCB31/03/2016
CF11/CRD09
110Priority list of contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants for evaluation by JECFA31/03/2016
CF11/CRD10
111Other business and future work31/03/2016
CF11/CRD11
108Discussion paper on methylmercury in fish31/03/2016
CF11/CRD08
112Comments submitted by the United States Agenda Items 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10, 11, 12 and 1302/04/2017
CF11/CRD12
113Discussion Paper on Maximum Levels for Methylmercury in Fish (CX/CF 17/11/12) - comments of Japan02/04/2017
CF11/CRD13
114Comments of Thailand on agenda item 5, 7, 10, 11 and 1202/04/2017
CF11/CRD14
115Discussion Paper on Maximum Levels for Methylmercury in Fish (CX/CF 17/11/12) - comments of Morocco02/04/2017
CF11/CRD15
116Agenda Item 2 CX/CF 17/11/2 - comments of Kenya02/04/2017
CF11/CRD16
117Indonesia comments on agenda item 5, 6, 7, 8 and 1002/04/2017
CF11/CRD17
118Comments by India on agenda item 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 1202/04/2017
CF11/CRD18
119Update on relevant work on ciguatoxins - comments of Fiji Islands (Agenda item 3.3)02/04/2017
CF11/CRD19
120Comments submitted by Brazil on agenda item 7 and 1002/04/2017
CF11/CRD20
121Comments submitted by Senegal on agenda items 7, 8 and 1202/04/2017
CF11/CRD21
122Comments submitted by Nigeria on agenda items 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 1002/04/2017
CF11/CRD22
123Comments submitted by Dominican Republic on agenda items 3 and 6.02/04/2017
CF11/CRD23
124Comments submitted by JECFA Secretariat on agenda item 802/04/2017
CF11/CRD24
125Proposed draft code of practice for the prevention and reduction of arsenic contamination in rice02/04/2017
CF11/CRD25
126General provisions to prevent and reduce mycotoxin contamination in spices - code of practice for the prevention and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in spices02/04/2017
CF11/CRD26
127Emerging Issues: A proposed risk management approach to address chemicals inadvertently present in food at very low levels (Revised Proposal from New Zealand)02/04/2017
CF11/CRD27
128Report on workshop on very low levels of chemicals in food (submitted by New Zealand)02/04/2017
CF11/CRD28
129Comments submitted by Tonga on agenda item 303/04/2017
CF11/CRD29
130Comments submitted by Dominica on agenda items 5, 6, 10 and 1203/04/2017
CF11/CRD30
131Comments submitted by Ghana on agenda items 6, 7, 8 and 903/04/2017
CF11/CRD31
3.31Presentation: FAO/WHO work on ciguatera03/04/2017
CF11/Pre
132Comments submitted by IFU on agenda item 503/04/2017
CF11/CRD32
133General provisions to prevent and reduce mycotoxin contamination in spices - code of practice for the prevention and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in spices - update03/04/2017
CF11/CRD33
134Comments from Tanzania submitted on agenda items 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 1304/04/2017
CF11/CRD34
135Prevention and reduction of contamination by ergot and ergot alkaloids in cereal grains. Recommended practices based on good agricultural practices (GAP) and good manufacturing practices (GMP)04/04/2017
CF11/CRD35
136Proposed draft of maximum levels for cadmium in chocolate and cocoa–derived products In-session working group05/04/2017
CF11/CRD36
137Ciguatoxin Sample Analysis Data submitted by India05/04/2017
CF11/CRD37
102Report of the working group on priorities05/04/2017
CF11/CRD02
103Report of the in-session working group on the follow up to the outcome of the 83rd meeting of JECFA, Rome, 8-17 November 201605/04/2017
CF11/CRD03
138Comments submitted by El Salvador on agenda items 6, 1006/04/2017
CF11/CRD38
139All files zip collection

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