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Report Series

ILSI Europe's Report Series is a valuable source of scientific information related to nutrition, health, food safety and the environment.  Reports generally summarize the results of a workshop or a symposium. They may also present a short readable study on a particular scientific theme conducted under the auspices of an ILSI Europe Task Force or Expert Group. They make important scientific results and conclusions available and therefore are useful to the scientific community at large.

Each document published in the ILSI Europe Reports Series is submitted to a stringent review process.

The Enterobacteriaceae and their Significance to the Food Industry
Report/White Paper 2011
ILSI Europe Report Series 2011:1-48
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Safety Implications of the Presence of Nucleic Acids of Inactivated Microorganisms in Foods
Report/White Paper 2013
Commissioned by the Emerging Microbiological Issues Task Force, ILSI Europe Report Series 2013:1-33
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Food Safety Management Tools - 2nd Edition -
Report/White Paper 2011
Commissioned by the Risk Analysis in Food Microbiology Task Force, ILSI Europe Report Series 2011:1-32
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Markers of Oxidative Damage and Antioxidant Protection: Current Status and Relevance to Disease.
Report/White Paper 2000
ILSI Europe Report Series 2000
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​The Safety Assessment of Novel Foods
Report/White Paper 1995
Report Series
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​Antioxidants: Scientific Basis, Regulatory Aspects and Industry Perspectives
Report/White Paper 1997
ILSI Europe Report Series 1996
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Beta-Carotene, Vitamin E, Vitamin C and Quercetin in the Prevention of Degenerative Disease: The Role of Foods
Report/White Paper 1994
​​A Scientific Basis for Regulations on Pathogenic Microorganisms in Foods
Report/White Paper 1993
Guidance on Best Practices on the Risk Assessment of Non Intentionally Added Substances (NIAS) in Food Contact Materials and Articles
Report/White Paper 2015
ILSI Europe Report Series 2015; 1-70. Commissioned by the Packaging Materials Task Force.
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