Commission's programme for coordinated official control of foods in 2005 (OJ link)

March 7, 2005

Brussels, 4 March 2005

Commission Recommendation of 1 March 2005 concerning a coordinated programme for the official control of foodstuffs for 2005 (OJ L59/ 5.3.2005).
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1. During 2005 Member States should carry out inspections and controls including, where indicated, taking samples and analysing such samples in laboratories, with the aim of:

(a) assessing the bacteriological safety of cheeses made from pasteurised milk (continuation of the coordinated programme started in 2004 following the Recommendation of 19 December 2003 concerning a coordinated programme for the official control of foodstuffs for 2004);

(b) assessing the bacteriological safety of mixed salads as regards Listeria monocytogenes;

(c) assessing safety, quality and labelling of poultry meat as regards the use of water retention agents;

(d) assessing the safety of certain foods for infants and young children as regards the levels for nitrate and patulin...

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