Agenda of the 5-6 February Meeting of the Scientific Committee on Animal Nutrition - Feedingstuffs for poultry, fish, pigs - use of micro-organisms, formaldehyde in feedingstuffs, E.coli

January 29, 2002

Brussels, 28 January 2002

141st Meeting of the Scientific Committee on Animal Nutrition (SCAN) 05-06 February 2002 Agenda

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5. Discussion and possible adoption of a scientific opinion

5.1. Question 106 on the use of canthaxanthin in feedingstuffs for laying hens, other poultry, salmon and trout

5.2. Question 079 on semduramicin

6. Feed-back by the chairman on subjects discussed in the Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) and having an interest for the SCAN.

7. Feed-back by members of the SCAN having attended working group meetings of other scientific committees

8. New questions

9. Progress reports

9.1. Question 85 on the safety of use of micro-organisms

9.2. Question 86 on the safety of use of enzymes

9.3. Question 99 on the use of copper in feedingstuffs

9.4. Question 111 on the use of Bacillus licheniformis NCTC 13123 in feedingstuffs for pigs (Product Al Care ®)

9.5. Question 112 on the use of sodium benzoate, propionic acid and sodium propionate in feedingstuffs for pigs, cattle for fattening and dairy cows

9.6. Question 114 on the use of titanium dioxyde-coated mica in feedingstuffs for salmon and trout

9.7. Question 115 on the use of benzoic acid in feedingstuffs for pigs for fattening

9.8. Question 117 on on the use of zinc in feedingstuffs

9.9. Question 118 on the use of a blend of L-Lysine-HCl (70%°) with L- Tryptophan (15-20%) and its residues of fermentation with Escherichia coli
for piglets, pigs for fattening and chickens for fattening

9.10. Question 119 to update the opinion on the use of formaldehyde as a preserving agent for animal feedingstuffs

9.11. Question 121 on undesirable substances in feed

9.12. Question 122 on the reevaluation of coccidiostats and other medicinal substances in accordance with article 9G of Council Directive 70/524/EEC .

9.13. Question 123 on 3-phytase EC 3.2.1.8 produced by Aspergilhus niger CBS 491.94

9.14. Question 125 on the evaluation of the satefy of Calfmix®, a micro-organism product

9.15. Question 126 on the safety of the use of product Oralin in turkeys

9.16. Question 1 on the safety of product Emulbesto

9.17. Question 129 on the safety of the enzymatic product Quatrazyme HP® for use as feed additive in laying hens

9.18. Question 130 on the safety of the micro-organism product Provita E® for use as feed additive

9.19. Question 131 on the safety of the enzymatic product Belfeed B1100 ML® for use as feed additive for chickens for fattening

9.20. Question 132 on the safety of the enzymatic product Roxazyme G2 ® for use as feed additive in laying hens and piglets

9.21. Question 133 on the safety of the coccidiostat « Cygro 1% ®» (maduramicin ammonium alpha) for use as feed additive

9.22. Question 134 on the safety of the enzymatic product Allzyme PT ® for use as feed additive in turkeys for fattening

10. Miscellaneous

Source: Health and Consumer Protection DG http://europa.eu.int/comm/dgs/health_consumer/index_en.htm

 

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