Zero Risk Does Not Exist: Lessons Learned from Microbial Risk Assessment Related to Use of Water and Safety of Fresh Produce
Journal Article 7/1/2015
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety 2015; 14(4):387–410. Commissioned by the Emerging Microbiologal Issues Task Force.
2015 Science Trend Report: Insights & Implications for the Future
Report/White Paper 6/26/2015
This report captures megatrends related to select scientific areas compiled from multiple available public sources.
Rotulagem de Alergênicos em Alimentos
Report/White Paper 6/3/2015
Avaliação do Consumo de Alimentos In Natura da População Brasileira por Meio da Pesquisa de Orçamentos Familiares - Bloco de Consumo Alimentar Pessoal
Avaliação do Consumo de Alimentos
In Natura da População Brasileira por Meio da
Pesquisa de Orçamentos Familiares -
Bloco de Consumo Alimentar Pessoal
Modo de Ação (MoA)
Report/White Paper 5/1/2015
Modo de Ação (MoA): Avanços Recentes e Aplicação Regulátória
Assessing and reporting uncertainties in dietary exposure analysis – Mapping of uncertainties in a tiered approach
Journal Article 4/23/2015
Food and Chemical Toxicology 2015; 82:79-95. Commissioned by the Food Intake Methodology Task Force.
Microbial hazards in irrigation water: standards, norms and testing to manage use of water in fresh produce primary production
Journal Article 4/13/2015
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety 2015; published online. Commissioned by the Emerging Microbiological Issues Task Force.
Food Processing and Allergenicity
Journal Article 4/8/2015
Food and Chemical Toxicology 2015; 80:223-240. Commissioned by the Food Allergy Task Force.
Assessing dietary exposure to caffeine from beverages in the U.S. population using brand-specific versus cateogry-specific caffeine values
Journal Article 3/27/2015
Socio-demographic correlates and trends in low-calorie sweetener use among adults in the United States from 199 to 2008
Journal Article 3/25/2015
LCS use was more common among populations with a lower burden of obesity and related chronic disease, specifically, non-Hispanic whites and those with more education/higher incomes.