1 Animal feed Impact on food Safety Report of the FAO/WHO Expert Meeting FAO Headquarters, Rome, 8-12 October 2007. Animal feed Impact on food Safety Report of the FAO/WHO Expert Meeting FAO Headquarters, Rome 8-12 October 2007. food AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS. Rome, 2008. The designations employed and the presentation of material in this information product do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) or of the World Health Organization (WHO) concerning the legal or development status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.
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3 Applications for such permission should be addressed to: Chief Electronic Publishing Policy and Support Branch Communication Division FAO. Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Rome, Italy or by e-mail to: FAO and WHO 2008. iii Contents Acknowledgments v Meeting participants vi Declarations of interest ix Abbreviations and acronyms x Glossary xii Executive summary xv 1. Introduction 1. Background 2. Scope and purpose of the expert meeting 4. 2. Activities of international standard-setting organizations 5. FAO and WHO work on Animal feeding 5. Codex work on Animal feeding 6. OIE work on Animal feeding 7. 3. Current status of knowledge on the Impact of Animal feed on food Safety and on international trade of feed and food 9.
4 Globalization 10. Consumer awareness and risk communication 10. Technological development 10. 4. Safety assessment and detection of hazards in Animal feed and feed ingredients related to public health 11. Risk assessment 11. Selection of undesirable substances and micro-organisms of concern 13. Methods of analysis for the detection of undesirable substances and micro-organisms 17. 5. Prevention and control of risks in Animal feed associated with public health 21. Implementation of the Code 21. Information sharing and training 21. Emergency response 22. iv 6. Conclusions and identification of relevant areas for further work on Animal feed in relation to food Safety 25.
5 7. Recommendations 27. Appendices Appendix A. Agenda of the meeting 29. Appendix B. List of participants 31. Appendix C. Experts' R sum s 39. Appendix D. List of documents 45.. Acknowledgments The food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) would like to express their appreciation to all those who contributed to the preparation of this report whether by providing their time and expertise, data and other relevant information, or by reviewing and providing comments on the document. Appreciation is also extended to all those who responded to the call for data that was issued by FAO and WHO and thereby drew our attention to information that was not read- ily available in the mainstream literature and official documentation.
6 The role of the Canadian food Inspection Agency, the Danish Plant Directorate, the European Commission and the United States food and Drug Administration in support- ing the participation of some experts is also acknowledged. The participation of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) at the meeting is also acknowledged. vi Meeting participants Keith Behnke Professor, Department of Grain Science and Industry, Kansas State University (United States of America). Michel Bellaiche Veterinary Toxicologist and Epidemiologist, Israeli Veterinary Services and Animal Health (Israel). Birgitte Broesb l-Jensen Expert, Department of Feedingstuffs and Fertilizers, Danish Plant Directorate, Ministry of food , Agriculture and Fisheries (Denmark).
7 Jacob De Jong Coordinator, Regulatory feed Programme, RIKILT - Institute of food Safety , Wageningen University and Research Centre (The Netherlands). Miguel Angel Granero Rosell Civil servant, European Commission, DG Health and Consumer Protection Animal Welfare and feed Unit (European Commission). Catherine Italiano Toxicology Coordinator, feed Program, Canadian food Inspection Agency (Canada). vii Alexander Komarov Head of food and feed Safety Department, All-Russian State Centre for Quality and Standardization of Veterinary Drugs and feed (Russian Federation). Sabine Kruse Civil servant, Federal Ministry of food , Agriculture and Consumer Protection (Germany).
8 Germana Lasway Professor, Sokoine University of Agriculture (United Republic of Tanzania) . Fernanda Marussi Tucci Secretary of Animal and Plant Health, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and food Supply (Brazil). Daniel McChesney Director, Office of Surveillance and Compliance, United States food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine (United States of America). Sergio Morgulis Technical Manager, Minerthal Prod. Agropec. Ltda, Sao Paulo (Brazil). Lea Pallaroni Secretary General and Responsible for the Technical Area, ASSALZOO, Italian feed Producers' Association (Italy). Unable to attend. viii Narinder Singh Sharma Veterinary Bacteriologist, Department of Veterinary Microbiology, College of Veterinary Science (India).
9 Bill Spooncer Director, Kurrajong Meat Technology Pty Ltd (Australia). Liying Zhang Chief of the Laboratory, Professor of China Agricultural University, feed Industry Center, Ministry of Agriculture (China). ix Declaration of Interest Of 16 experts who were invited to the meeting, 15 were able to attend. Four participants declared an interest in the topics under consideration. Dr Keith Behnke: is Professor of feed Science in the Department of Grain Science and Industry at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas (United States of America). He is a currently providing advice and facility evaluation for a firm which produce Animal health products.
10 Mr Sergio Carlo Franco Morgulis: is Technical Director of a company dealing with ani- mal nutrition, Animal health and pet animals. Currently, he is President of the Brazilian Association of Mineral Supplement Industries and Director of a feed Industry Union. He is an expert on Animal nutrition and collaborates with the Ministry of Agriculture in several commissions. Dr Lea Pallaroni: is Secretary General of the National Association of feed Producers (ASSALZOO) in Italy. She is an expert on mycotoxins and good manufacturing practices. Mr Bill Spooncer: is the Managing Director of a consulting firm. He is an expert on ren- dering.