Category: Start / Food Toxicology (FTX)
This section is concerned with food toxicology arising from natural or man made sources. Links are provided for toxic animals, toxic plants, insects and toxic microorganisms.
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Interesting and informative Flash animation regarding Integrated Fly Insect Management by Actron, Inc., a California USA corporation, which has been representing and providing international marketing expertise to various leading edge companies and product lines since 1982. (English, Español).
Added on: 01-Oct-2004 | hits: 933Report broken link
Atlas of common poisonous plants listed by thier common and or scientific name by the animan science department at cornell university education: (English).
Added on: 23-May-2003 | hits: 1214Report broken link
European rapid alert system for food and feed. The food law upon which this service is based is aimed at ensuring a high level of protection of human life and health, taking into account the protection of animal health and welfare, plant health and the environment. This integrated "farm to fork" approach is now considered a general principle for EU food safety policy. (Multilingual site: 25 languages).
Added on: 12-Jun-2004 | hits: 888Report broken link
The National Center for Toxicological Research conducts peer-reviewed scientific research that supports and anticipates the FDA's current and future regulatory needs. This involves fundamental and applied research specifically designed to define biological mechanisms of action underlying the toxicity of products regulated by the FDA, aimed at understanding critical biological events relating to toxicity and to the methods to improve assessment, susceptibility and risk.
Added on: 29-May-2004 | hits: 815Report broken link
Comprehensive website by FDA CFSAN, Center for Food Safety and Apllied Nutritiom at the Office of Plant and Dairy Foods. Extensive reports and databases regarding the levels of pesticide residues in the U.S. food supply. (English).
Added on: 16-Nov-2004 | hits: 730Report broken link
Comprehensive website by FDA CFSAN, Center for Food Safety and Apllied Nutritiom at the Office of Plant and Dairy Foods. Extensive reports and databases regarding Pesticides, Metals, Chemical Contaminants and Natural Toxins in Food . (English)
Added on: 16-Nov-2004 | hits: 786Report broken link
Information on chemical residues in food, antibiotic resistance, hormonal growth promotants, food additives, dioxins, by the New Zealand Food Safety Authority which was established on 1 July 2002. The Authority takes a new approach to food safety by bringing together the food safety functions of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and the Ministry of Health. (English).
Added on: 16-Nov-2004 | hits: 826Report broken link
This list by the International Agency for Research on Cancer contains all hazards evaluated to date, according to the type of hazard posed and to the type of exposure. Where appropriate, chemical abstract numbers are given [in square brackets]. For details of the evaluation, the relevant Monograph should be consulted (volume number given in round brackets, followed by year of publication of latest evaluation). Use a free-text search to find a particular compound. (English)
Added on: 29-Aug-2004 | hits: 627Report broken link
Excellent overview of the principal naturally occuring fungal toxins found in foods. List prepared by the Swiss italian office of food safety; Laboratorio Cantonale del Cantone Ticino: (Italiano).
Added on: 09-Jun-2004 | hits: 788Report broken link
The Pesticide Data Program (PDP) is a national pesticide residue database program. Through cooperation with State agriculture departments and other Federal agencies, PDP manages the collection, analysis, data entry, and reporting of pesticide residues on agricultural commodities, with an emphasis on those commodities highly consumed by infants and children.
Added on: 16-Nov-2004 | hits: 1128Report broken link
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