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Different assessment for Art.13 of botanicals HC now needed

I believe that in the prism of this denunciation of such misbehavior by EFSA EC will finally instruct them to adopt the different scientific criteria for the assessment of remaining more than 1500 botanicals claims that were "put on hold", comprising also the traditions of use.

Posted by Dr Vaclav Bazata
09 March 2012 | 12h09

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