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Codex’s Nutrition Committee to develop new process for addressing workload
Thursday, 06 December, 2018, 14 : 00 PM [IST]
Berlin
The global food standards body Codex’s Nutrition Committee, has agreed to develop a new prioritisation process to address its excessive workload.

The committee met from November 26-30, 2018, in Berlin, Germany, where concern was expressed about the difficulty of addressing all the demands placed on it by countries seeking support or clarification in relation to the regulation of the global trade in nutrition products.

The committee said it would develop a prioritisation process and present it for discussion at the next meeting, which takes place in Düsseldorf, Germany, in 2019.

The news was welcomed by IADSA – the International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Associations – which sent a delegation to the meeting in Berlin.

Simon Pettman, executive director of IADSA, said: “With nutrition now arguably the single most important issue globally, it’s little surprise that the Codex Nutrition Committee is seeing an increase in demands on its time and resources. The resulting workload it currently faces is clearly challenging, and the prioritisation process will ensure that the most important matters can be dealt with through to completion.”

A particular pressure point for the Codex Nutrition Committee is demand from some members for more guidelines and standards that will help them build regulatory frameworks that align globally.

Codex is the global body that develops food standards and guidelines that all its 189 members should adhere to. Where a barrier to free trade arises, a Codex measure is taken as a key reference point in adjudicating who is right and who is wrong.

Based in London, IADSA is the international association of the food supplement sector, with members from six continents. Its aim is to build an international platform for debate and a sound legislative and policy environment for the development of the food supplement sector worldwide. Visit iadsa.org for more information.

For more information, please contact:
Richard Clarke, Ingredient Communications
Tel: +44 1293 886291 / +44 7766 256176
Email: richard@ingredientcommunications.com
Twitter: @ingredientcomms
 
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