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This report by the COT considers adverse reactions to food both of immune origin (food allergy) and non-immune origin (food intolerance).
This report of the Committee on Toxicity of Chemicals in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment prepared at the request of the Food Standards Agency, considers the risk assessment of multiple residues of pesticides and veterinary medicines in food, and of multiple sources of exposure to these substances.
The Committee on Toxicity (COT) has published a report on the possible health implications of phytoestrogens in our diet.
Report, appendices and additional information relating to the Lowermoor incident.
The COT established a working group to consider variability and uncertainty in toxicology.
This report, drafted by the Working Group on Organophosphates, considers whether single, prolonged or repeated exposure to low doses of organophosphate compounds (OPs) can cause long-term adverse health effects.
Peanut allergic individuals can undergo a severe, life-threatening reaction following exposure to peanut allergens. A Working Group of the COT was established to advise whether there is an association between early exposure to peanuts and peanut products and the incidence of peanut allergy in later life.