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This document was presented at the 1st Workshop on ESM in Cancun, Mexico, on 28-29 October 1999.
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This document was presented at the 1st Workshop on ESM, in Cancun, Mexico, on 28-29 October 1999.
This page provides links to all the documents presented at the first Workshop on the Environmentally Sound Managment of Wastes destined for recovery operations (ESM) in Cancun, Mexico, 28-29 September 1999.
This consensus document addresses compositional considerations for new varieties of potatoes by identifying the key food and feed nutrients, anti-nutrients and toxicants. A general description of these components is provided. Also included are considerations to be taken when assessing new potato varieties.
The objective of this workshop was to discuss aspects related to the nutritional assessment of novel foods and novel feeds. More specifically, participants reviewed and made recommendations in the following key areas: Nutritional assessment as a tool to substantiate nutritional/efficacy claims and establishing safety; The challenges in assessing the nutritional value of future products for which compensatory changes are expected to
This consensus document addresses compositional considerations for new varieties of sugar beet by identifying the key food and feed nutrients and anti-nutrients. A general description of these components is provided. As well, there is backgroun...
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This consensus document identifies the key nutrients, toxicants, and other constituents that may contribute to the nutritional or anti-nutritional properties of low erucic acid rapeseed (canola). It contains a general description of the use of low erucic acid rapeseed as both a food and a feed product. The main nutrients, toxicants, and other constituents in both low erucic acid rapeseed oil and low erucic acid rapeseed meal are
The following three publications are statistical data and are available to order online at the OECD bookshop.
Waste prevention has been accepted as an imperative of environmental policy for nearly three decades in most OECD countries.