Change in risk profile Maize in the Ukraine for Aflatoxin B1 protocol

01.02.2016

The results justify the adjustment of risk classification. This means that maize originating from Canada will have to be analyzed less frequently, because the risk of the presence of Aflatoxin B1 is virtually non-existent. Maize from the Ukraine however, must be analyzed more intensively, because the risk of the presence of Aflatoxin B1 is to be considered high.

The periodic evaluation of the country classification is carried out based on analysis results that GMP+ FSA certified companies must upload to the GMP+ Monitoring database, ánd is based on the results received by the other collaborating scheme holders. The assessment of the analysis results is carried out based on the criteria established in consultation with these scheme holders. In practice, this evaluation work method has proven to be a good method for the short-term anticipation of current risks.


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