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CCCF10

Codex Committee on Contaminants in Foods
04/04/2016 - 08/04/2016 | Rotterdam, Netherlands

INTRODUCTION
From 4 April – 8 April 2016 approximately 230 experts and policy makers from around the world will gather in Rotterdam for the 10th meeting of the Codex Committee on Contaminants in Foods.
This information note provides practical information to conference participants.

VENUE AND DATES
The Government of the Netherlands is hosting this meeting, which will be held at the World Trade Center (WTC) in Rotterdam from 4 – 8 April 2016.
WTC Convention Center Rotterdam Hall
Beursplein 37
3011 AA Rotterdam
The Netherlands
Link to venue
The official opening ceremony will take place on Monday 4 April at 09:00 hours.

REGISTRATION AND IDENTIFICATION BADGES
Participants are invited to pre-register through the Online Registration System (ORS).Your Codex Contact Point can access this system at the link below.
Registration of participants will take place at the World Trade Center on:
Sunday 3 April 2016: from 16:00–19:00
Monday 4 April 2016: from 08:00–16:00
Name badges will be distributed at the registration desk. Delegates are requested to wear name badges visibly in order to gain admittance to the Rotterdam Hall.

MEETING FOR FIRST TIME DELEGATES
Monday 4 April 08:30-09:00 at the Rotterdam Meeting hall of the WTC.
In this meeting you will receive information concerning the formal and informal procedures of CCCF10, and you will receive practical guidance on various subjects in relation to the session.
The meeting will also provide you with the opportunity to ask questions related to all aspects of CCCF10.
Please inform the Netherlands Codex Contact Point, Ms. Tanja Åkesson, via e-mail: English
French
Spanish

IMPORTANT: To make amendments for the list of participants in the registration system first login and then click here. Thanks!

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10.1Proposed draft Annexes to the Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in cereals (CAC/RCP 51-2003) (at Step 4)04/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/11
11.1Proposed draft Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in spices (at Step 4)04/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/12
8.1Proposed draft maximum levels for cadmium in cocoa and cocoa-derived products (at Step 4)08/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/9
9.1Draft revision of the Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in cereals (CAC/RCP 51-2003) (general provisions) (at Step 7)08/02/2016
REP15/CF-Appendix VII
5.1Draft maximum level for inorganic arsenic in husked rice (at Step 7)08/02/2016
REP15/CF-Appendix V
15.1Priority list of contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants for evaluation by JECFA08/02/2016
REP15/CF-Appendix IX
5.3Proposals for maximum levels for inorganic arsenic in husked rice09/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/5
1Provisional Agenda16/12/2015
CX/CF 16/10/1
9.2Comments at Step 6 (in reply to CL 2015/24-CF on the draft revision of the Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in cereals (CAC/RCP 51-2003) (general provisions)11/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/10
5.2Request for comments at Step 6 on the draft maximum level for inorganic arsenic in husked rice10/02/2016
CL 2015/32-CF
6.1Proposed draft revision of maximum levels for lead in selected fruits and vegetables (fresh and processed) in the General Standard for Contaminants and Toxins in Food and Feed (CODEX STAN 193-1995) (at Step 4)12/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/7
3.1Matters of interest arising from FAO and WHO (including JECFA)15/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/3
14Discussion paper on maximum levels for methylmercury in fish15/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/15
13Discussion paper on the development of maximum levels for mycotoxins in spices and possible prioritisation of work 16/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/14
7.1Proposed draft Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of arsenic contamination in rice (at Step 4)12/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/8
4Matters of interest arising from other international organisations05/03/2016
CX/CF 16/10/4
12Discussion paper on an Annex for ergot and ergot alkaloids to the Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in cereals (CAC/RCP 51-2003)09/03/2016
CX/CF 16/10/13
3.2Matters of interest arising from FAO and WHO: Further analysis of data provided by the FAO/WHO Project on Mycotoxins in sorghum10/03/2016
CX/CF 16/10/3-Add.1
2Matters referred to the Committee by the Codex Alimentarius Commission and/or its subsidiary bodies11/03/2016
CX/CF 16/10/2_Rev
5.4Comments at Step 6 (in reply to CL 2015/32-CF) - Draft maximum level for inorganic arsenic in husked rice including proposals for maximum levels for inorganic arsenic in husked rice09/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/6
6.2Comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft revision of maximum levels for lead in selected fruits and vegetables (fresh and processed) in the General Standard for Contaminants and Toxins in Food and Feed (CODEX STAN 193-1995) (at Step 4)12/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/7-Add.1
7.2Comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of arsenic contamination in rice (at Step 4)12/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/8-Add.1
8.2Comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft maximum levels for cadmium in cocoa and cocoa-derived products (at Step 4) 08/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/9-Add.1
10.2Comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft Annexes to the Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in cereals (CAC/RCP 51-2003) (at Step 4)22/03/2016
CX/CF 10/16/11-Add.1
11.2Comments at Step 3 on the proposed draft Code of practice for the prevention and reduction of mycotoxin contamination in spices (at Step 4)04/02/2016
CX/CF 16/10/12-Add.1
15.2Comments on the priority list of contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants for evaluation by JECFA (in reply to CL 2015/8-CF: Part II)22/03/2016
CX/CF 16/10/16
200Report of the 10th Session of the Codex Committee on Contaminants in Foods10/05/2016
REP16/CF
0Information note for participants16/12/2015
19Working document for information and use in discussion related to contaminants and toxins in the GSCTFF22/03/2016
CF/10 INF/1
109Comments of Uruguay and USA31/03/2016
CRD9 - Agenda 8
108Comments of Thailand and USA31/03/2016
CRD8 - Agenda 7
107Comments of Japan, Senegal, Thailand and USA31/03/2016
CRD7 - Agenda 6
106Comments of Senegal, Thailand, USA and Consumers International31/03/2016
CRD6 - Agenda 5
104Comments of African Union31/03/2016
CRD4 - Agenda 3
119Data Provided by Republic of Korea31/03/2016
CRD19 - Agenda 14
103Comments of Kenya31/03/2016
CRD3 - Agenda 2
118Comments of FAO/WHO 23/03/2016
CRD18 - Agenda 14
115Comments of Colombia, Ecuador, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Republic of Korea, Senegal, Thailand, USA and African Union31/03/2016
CRD15 - Agenda 14
114Comments of Egypt, Ghana, India, Kenya, Republic of Korea, Thailand, USA and African Union31/03/2016
CRD14 - Agenda 13
113Comments of Kenya, Sudan and African Union31/03/2016
CRD13 - Agenda 12
112Comments of Peru, Thailand and USA31/03/2016
CRD12 - Agenda 11
111Comments of USA31/03/2016
CRD11 - Agenda 10
110Comments of Canada, El Salvador, Ghana, Indonesia, Peru, Republic of Korea, Sudan, USA and African Union31/03/2016
CRD10 - Agenda 9
105Comments of European Flour Milers01/04/2016
CRD5 - Agenda 12
121Comments of El Salvador01/04/2016
CRD21 - Agenda 11 and 13
120Comments of Malaysia01/04/2016
CRD20 - Agenda 5 and 13
101Division of competence01/04/2016
CRD1 - Opening
117Comments of European Union01/04/2016
CRD17 - Agenda 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14
116Comments of Dominica01/04/2016
CRD16 - Agenda 6, 8, 11, 13 and 14
122Comments of Dominican Republic02/04/2016
CRD22 - Agenda 7
123Comments of India03/04/2016
CRD23 - Agenda 2 and 13
124Comments of Ecuador, Bolivia, Costa Rica and Guatemala04/04/2016
CRD24 - Agenda 8
126Erratum provided by EWG on MLs for Cd in chocolate and cocoa-drived products04/04/2016
CRD26 - Agenda 8
127Comments of Mali04/04/2016
CRD27 - Agenda 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14
125Comments of Ecuador, Republic of Argentina, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago04/04/2016
CRD25 - Agenda 8
128Comments of Brazil05/04/2016
CRD28 Part A - Agenda 9 and 10
129Comments of Brazil05/04/2016
CRD28 Part B - Agenda 9 and 10
130Comments of Peru06/04/2016
CRD29 - Agenda 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13 and 14
102REPORT OF THE IN-SESSION WORKING GROUP ON PRIORITY LIST OF CONTAMINANTS AND NATURALLY OCURRING TOXICANTS PROPOSED FOR EVALUATION BY JECFA06/04/2016
CRD2 - Agenda 15