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CCCF12

Codex Committee on Contaminants in Foods
12/03/2018 - 16/03/2018 | Utrecht, Netherlands



GENERAL INFORMATION

The 12th Session of the Codex Committee on Contaminants in Foods will be held at Jaarbeurs Media Plaza from March 12th-16th. The opening session will commence at 9:30 am on Monday, March 12, 2018.

Simultaneous interpretation will be provided in English, French and Spanish during the meeting.

Wi-Fi will be available at the meeting venue so working documents and other information can also be downloaded during the meeting.

ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION

All participants should provide their information (names and addresses) through the online registration system by accessing the link below, latest by 12th February 2018.

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. There will be no distribution of working documents (including the report of the session) through the Codex mailing list (Codex-L) except for circular letters. All working documents, including conference room documents, information for delegates and other relevant materials, will be published on the Codex website as they become available. We kindly remind you to obtain all documentation from the Codex website prior to the meeting as not printed documents will be made available at the session.

IMPORTANT: This is to inform you that a revised provisional agenda CX/CF 18/12/1REV has been uploaded onto the CCCF12 webpage to reflect the inclusion of an additional Agenda Item 18 related to the forward plan for CCCF (CX/CF 18/12/18).

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104Proposed Draft Guidelines for Risk Analysis of Chemicals Inadvertently Present in Food at Low Levels15/02/2018
CF12/CRD04
9.2Proposed draft Code of Practice for the reduction of 3-monochloropropane-1,2-diol esters (3-MCPDE) and glycidyl esters (GE) in refined oils and products made with refined oils, especially infant formula19/01/2018
CX/CF 18/12/9
3Matters of interest arising from FAO and WHO (including JECFA)22/01/2018
CX/CF 18/12/3
12.2Proposed Draft Guidelines for Risk Analysis of Chemicals Inadvertently Present in Food at Low Levels23/01/2018
CX/CF 18/12/12
10.2Proposed draft maximum level for total aflatoxins in ready-to-eat peanuts and associated sampling plan26/01/2018
CX/CF 18/12/10
17.3Comments in reply to CL 2017/80-CF29/01/2018
CX/CF 18/12/17
5.2Proposed draft and draft maximum levels of lead in selected commodities in the GSCTFF (CXS 193-1995)14/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/5
6.2Proposed draft maximum levels for cadmium in chocolate and cocoa-derived products 01/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/6
11.2Proposed draft maximum levels for total aflatoxins and ochratoxin A in nutmeg, chili and paprika, ginger, pepper and turmeric and associated sampling plans01/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/11
9.1Request for comments at Step 302/02/2018
CL 2018/5-CF
17.1Request for comments on the Priority list 02/02/2018
CL 2017/80-CF
5.1Request for comments at Steps 6 and 302/02/2018
CL 2018/1-CF
6.1Request for comments at Step 302/02/2018
CL 2018/2-CF
11.1Request for comments at Step 302/02/2018
CL 2018/7-CF
12.1Request for comments at Step 302/02/2018
CL 2018/8-CF
17.2Priority list of contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants for evaluation by JECFA02/02/2018
REP17/CF
15Discussion paper on aflatoxins and sterigmatocystin contamination in cereals06/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/15
2Matters referred to the Committee by the Codex Alimentarius Commission and/or its subsidiary bodies22/12/2017
CX/CF 18/12/2
16Discussion paper on the development of a Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of cadmium contamination in cocoa09/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/16
14Discussion paper on future work on maximum levels for lead for inclusion in the General Standard for Contaminants and Toxins in Food and Feed (CXS 193-1995)06/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/14
10.1Request for comments at Step 313/02/2018
CL 2018/6-CF
7.2Proposed draft maximum levels for methylmercury in fish including associated sampling plans14/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/7
7.1Request for comments at Step 314/02/2018
CL 2018/3-CF
4Matters of interest arising from other international organisations (OECD)14/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/4
13Discussion paper on maximum level(s) for hydrocyanic acid in cassava and cassava-based products and mycotoxin contamination in these products22/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/13
8.1Request for comments at Step 327/02/2018
CL 2018/4-CF
8.2Proposed draft revision of the Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs in food and feed (CXC 62-2006)27/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/8
105Proposed draft guidelines for risk analysis of chemicals inadvertently present in food at low levels 01/03/2018
CF12/CRD05
18Forward plan for CCCF01/03/2018
CX/CF 18/12/18
1Provisional Agenda23/08/2017
CX/CF 18/12/1(REV)
5.3Comments at Steps 6 and 306/03/2018
CX/CF 18/12/5-Add.1
6.3Comments at Step 306/03/2018
CX/CF 18/12/6-Add.1
9.3Comments at Step 306/03/2018
CX/CF 18/12/9-Add.1
10.3Comments at Step 306/03/2018
CX/CF 18/12/10-Add.1
11.3Comments at Step 306/03/2018
CX/CF 18/12/11-Add.1
12.3Comments at Step 306/03/2018
CX/CF 18/12/12-Add.1
4.1Matters of interest arising from other international organisations (IAEA)27/02/2018
CX/CF 18/12/4-Add.1
101Division of Competence between the European Union and its Member States08/03/2018
CF12/CRD01
208Proposed draft maximum levels for total aflatoxins and ochratoxin A in nutmeg, dried chilli and paprika, ginger, pepper and turmeric (Held at Step 4)15/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix VIII
202Revision of the GSCTFF (CXC 193-1995) - Proposed draft revised MLs for lead in selected commodities (At Step 5/8)15/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix II
203Proposed draft MLs for cadmium in chocolates and cocoa-derived products (At Step 5/8)15/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix III
204Proposed draft MLs for methylmercury in fish including associated sampling plans (At Step 5/8)15/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix IV
205Proposed draft revision of the code of practice for the prevention and reduction of dioxins, dioxin-like pcbs and non-dioxin-like pcbs in food and feed (CXC 62-2006) (At Step 5/8)15/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix V
206Proposed draft code of practice for the reduction of 3-MCPDE and GE in refined oils and food products made with refined oils (At Step 5)15/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix VI
207Proposed draft maximum level for total aflatoxins in ready-to-eat peanuts (Held at Step 4)15/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix VII
210Priority list of contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants for evaluation by JECFA15/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix X
201Draft List of Participants13/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix I
209Proposed draft guidelines for risk analysis of instances of contaminants in food where there is no regulatory level or risk management framework established (At Step 5)15/03/2018
Draft Report Appendix IX
200Draft Report16/03/2018
draft REP18/CF
Report18/04/2018
REP18/CF
0.1Information for delegates13/11/2017
0.2Letter of Chair15/02/2018
100Information documents for use in discussions related to contaminants and toxins in the GSCTFF06/03/2018
CF/12 INF/1
7.3Comments at Step 308/03/2018
CX/CF 18/12/7-Add.1
8.3Comments at Step 308/03/2018
CX/CF 18/12/8-Add.1
115 Discussion paper on aflatoxins and sterigmatocystin contamination in cereals (Comment submitted by EU, Kenya, Republic of Korea, Uganda, USA and AU)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD15
114 Discussion paper on future work on maximum levels for lead for inclusion in the general standard for contaminants and toxins in food and feed (cxs 193-1995) (Comment submitted by EU, Kenya, Malaysia, Republic of Korea, Uganda, USA and AU)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD14
113Discussion paper on maximum level(s) for hydrocyanic acid and mycotoxin contamination in cassava and cassava-based products (Comment submitted by EU, Uganda and USA)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD13
112Proposed draft guidelines for risk analysis of chemicals inadvertently present in food at low levels (at step 4) (Comment submitted by EU and AU)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD12
109 Proposed draft code of practice for the reduction of 3-monochloropropane-1,2-diol esters (3-mcpde) and glycidyl esters (ge) in refined oils and products made with refined oils, especially infant formula (at step 4) (Comment submitted by EU and AU)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD09
108Proposed draft maximum levels for cadmium in chocolate and cocoa-derived products (at step 4) (Comment submitted by EU, Uganda and AU)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD08
106Matters referred to the committee by the Codex Alimentarius Commission and its subsidiary bodies (Comment submitted by EU, India and Kenya)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD06
107Proposed draft and draft maximum levels of lead in selected commodities in the general standard for contaminants and toxins in food and feed (codex stan 193-1995) (at steps 7 and 4) (Comment submitted by China, EU, Uganda and AU)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD07
110Proposed draft maximum level for total aflatoxins in ready-to-eat peanuts and associated sampling plan (Comment submitted by EU, Uganda and AU)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD10
111Proposed draft maximum levels for total aflatoxins and ochratoxin a in nutmeg, chilli and paprika, ginger, pepper and turmeric and associated sampling plans (Comment submitted by EU, Uganda and AU)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD11
117 Priority list of contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants for evaluation by JECFA (Comment submitted by Philippines) 09/03/2018
CF12/CRD17
116Discussion paper on the development of a code of practice for the prevention and reduction of cadmium contamination in cocoa (Comment submitted by EU, Kenya, Uganda, USA and AU)09/03/2018
CF12/CRD16
118Proposed draft revision of the code of practice for the prevention and reduction of dioxins and dioxin-like pcbs in food and feed (CAC/RCP 62-2006) (at step 4) (Comment submitted by Japan) 09/03/2018
CF12/CRD18
119Comments submitted by Thailand on agenda item 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14 and 1509/03/2018
CF12/CRD19
120Comments submitted by Indonesia on agenda item 9, 10, 11, 13, 14 and 1509/03/2018
CF12/CRD20
122Comment submitted by Dominican Republic on agenda item 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 1410/03/2018
CF12/CRD22
121Comment submitted by Mali on agenda item 5, 6, 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14. 15. 16 and 1710/03/2018
CF12/CRD21
123Comment submitted by Nigeria on agenda item 2, 5, 10, 11 and 1311/03/2018
CF12/CRD23
124Comment submitted by Senegal on agenda item 5, 7 and 1012/03/2018
CF12/CRD24
125Proposal of the EWG Chair taking into account comments submitted – Amended Appendix 1 for COP dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs - item 812/03/2018
CF12/CRD25
126Proposal of the EWG Chairs taking into account comments submitted – Amended Appendix 1 for Guidelines for Risk Analysis - item 1212/03/2018
CF12/CRD26
133Agenda item 12 - PPT presentation "Establishing a cut-off value" (informal consultation event, 11 March 2018)12/03/2018
127Comment submitted by Nicaragua on agenda item 1012/03/2018
CF12/CRD27
128Comment submitted by Ghana on agenda items 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16 and 1712/03/2018
CF12/CRD28
130Proposal of the EWG Chair taking into account comments submitted – Amended Appendix 1 for COP 3-MCPDE and GE - item 913/03/2018
CF12/CRD30
129Comment submitted by El Salvador on agenda items 6 and 1613/03/2018
CF12/CRD29
131Comment submitted by Ecuador on agenda items 2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 and 1213/03/2018
CF12/CRD31
102Report of the In-Session Working Group on Priority List of Contaminants and Naturally Ocurring Toxicants Proposed for Evaluation by JECFA14/03/2018
CF12/CRD02
132Comments submitted by Cuba on agenda items 5 and 621/03/2018
CF12/CRD32
211All files zip collection