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New EU 3-year control programme for pesticide residues
New Regulation 2020-585 establishes a coordinated multiannual control programme for pesticide residues in foods for years 2021-2023. 40 foods of plant and animal origin, that make up the “European diet”, will be tested during this period. Since pesticide uses show significant changes over a period of three years, pesticides should be monitored in those foodstuffs over...
COVID-19 and EU official controls
Regulation 2020-466 on temporary measures for EU Member States’ control systems The ongoing crisis related to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) represents an exceptional and unprecedented challenge for the capacity of Member States to fully conduct official controls and other official activities in accordance with EU legislation. A number of Member States have informed the Commission that,...