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Dec 29, 2006 | 09:45 AM CST

Changes to REACH Text

The Joint Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Committee, a joint project of FEMA and FMA, released this letter, stating the changes made to REACH since the December 2005 version.

Dec 22, 2006 | 03:28 PM CST

Essential Oils & REACH

The European Council has adopted the new European chemicals policy -- REACH (the Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals) -- on December 18, 2006.

Dec 05, 2006 | 05:06 PM CST

NYC Bans Trans from Menus

Chicago threatened it and now New York has gone and done it: banning trans fats from restaurant menus.

Nov 16, 2006 | 09:44 AM CST

Canada's Domestic Substances List

FEMA Regulatory Affairs Committee has announced that on Saturday, November 11, the Minister of the Environment of Canada gave notice that the Agency intends to delete 1,105 substances from the Domestic Substances List

Sep 14, 2006 | 03:43 PM CDT

Continued Diacetyl Petitions

In recent weeks, a new petition was filed requesting immediate action to protect factory workers from diacetyl, a commonly used synthetic butter flavoring tied to a rare lung disease—bronchiolitis obliterans.

Jun 06, 2006 | 04:34 PM CDT

EFSA Increases Scientific Committee Numbers

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has appointed 191 scientists to its scientific committee in order to reinforce its impartiality and independence.

May 08, 2006 | 05:08 PM CDT

EFSA Concludes Aspartame is Safe

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has concluded its regulatory review of aspartame and has found that the ingredient is safe for consumption.

Apr 28, 2006 | 03:15 PM CDT

EFSA’s Regulatory Review of Aspartame

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has announced that it will release its regulatory review of aspartame on May 5.

Apr 24, 2006 | 01:13 PM CDT

EFSA Names Geslain-Lanéelle Executive Director

The European Food Safety Authority has appointed Catherine Geslain-Lanéelle executive director, to begin July 1 for a five-year term.