EU: Germany's report on the nitrofen affair satisfies Standing Food Chain Committee
The Standing Committee of the Food Chain met on Tuesday to hear Germany's explanations on the Nitrofen contamination of cereals, and has today [Wednesday] decided not to take any additional safety measures. It considered that the detailed report by the German representative did not at this stage justify any new initiatives. The identification of the source of the prohibited pesticide contamination, the assurances given by Germany and the measures that it has so far taken until now are judged to be satisfactory.
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