European Food Safety Agency Consultation workshops on general surveillance of genetically modified crops (link)

December 9, 2004

Brussels, 08 Dec 2004

EFSA has established a self-tasking working group to study requirements for Post Market Environmental Monitoring (PMEM WG) in order to produce guidance for both applicants and regulatory authorities. Based on its mandate, the PMEM WG initiated a series of consultation workshops with different stakeholders (applicants, environmental NGOs and scientific institutes, experts from Member States) to establish a rationale and general framework for General Surveillance as a component of Post Market Environmental Monitoring.

Outcome of the first workshop

European Food Safety Authority -- EFSA
Item source: http:///www.efsa.eu.int/science/gmo/gmo_c onsultations/732_en.html

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