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【Food Allergy Task Force】
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Avoiding Food Allergens is a Formidable Task
  Source : American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology(ACAAI)
Released: Sun 19-Mar-2006

Task Force Objectives
To gather domestic and foreign information on food allergy labeling and evaluate them.
Domestic information: To collect information including official notification, recall, and clinical study, discuss them, and then, organize symposium of selected timely subject.
Foreign information: To translate published matters in EU and US and current journal, and then, publish the important issue.

Main Activities To Date
 ▼Publishing Activities
Title
Publisher
Year
1. 
ILSI Europe monograph translation : Food Allergies
ILSI Japan
2004
2. 
Food Allergies and Intolerances
ILSI Japan
2006
 
 ▼Article Contributions
Title
Journal
Published
(year)
1. 
Safety Evaluation of GMO Food Products: Codex Guidelines (3) Evaluation Method of Allergy Induction
Bioscience and Industry Vol. 61 No. 9, pp. 48-50
2003
2. 
Trends in Allergen Labeling Requirements Worldwide
ILSI bulletin Vol. 80, pp. 32-35
2004
3. 
Soybean Allergen Protein: Processing and P34 Allergenicity Reduction
Nutrition Reviews, Vol. 14 No. 1,pp. 28-41
2005
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 ▼Translation Activities
 
Title
Content
Original
Translation
(year)
1. 
“Critical Review In Food Science and Nutrition” Allergenecity of Food produced by Genetic Modification Article 5. Allergenic Foods Article 6. Principles and Characteristics of Food Allergens Article 7. Food Book "Critical Review In Food Science and Nutrition" Allergenecity of Food produced by Genetic Modification
2002
2. 
Can we determine a threshold level for allergenic foods by statistical analysis of published data in the literature? threshold level Journal "Allergy 57: 741-746, 2002"
2002
3. 
Food Allergy Monograph Monograph "ILSI Europe Concise Monograph Series"
2004
4. 
Nutrition Reviews,
Vol.14No.1,pp.28-41
2005
5. 
Avoiding food allergens is a fromidable task Article American college of alleergy,asthma and immunology March 2006
2006
6. 
Food Allergy and Intolerances Monograph ILSI&NIH:Food Allergy and Intolerances
2006
7. 
US FDA/CFSAN - Approaches to Establish Thresholds for Major Food Allergens and for Gluten in Food (Draft Report) FDA report US FDA/CFSAN-2006/3/1
2006
8. 
Listing of Color Additives Exempt from Certification: Cochineal Extract and Carmine Declaration Proposed Rules Federal register,71(19),2006
2006
9. 
Guidance on Allergen Management and Consumer Information, 2006 UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) Guidelines Guidance on Allergen Management and Consumer Information、2006
2007
10. 

Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004 Public Law 108-282,2005

FDA report FDA report: Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004 Public Law 108-282、2005
2007
       
11. 

Hazard characterisation in food allergen risk assessment: The application of statistical approaches and the use of clinical data.

Article Food and Chemical Toxicology 2007; 45: 691-701
2008
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 ▼Symposium Activities
 
Title
Content
Place
Year
1. 
Food Allergy in childfood and threshold  Lecture by Dr. M. Ebisawa Syokuryo Kaikan
2002
   
2. 
Food Allergys
1.  The role of EFSA in Food Allergy Scientific co-cordinator of EFSA Panel
2.  Current Status of Food Allergen Labeling and its issues in Japan
3.  Current Status of Food Allergy in US−Report of FAAN(Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network) Annual Meeting
4. 
Yakugyo Kaikan (Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Hall)
2004
 
3. 
Labeling Food Allergens from the Consumer Standpoint
1.  Usefulness (or Pros and Cons) of Labeling for Patients,and Expectations for Manufacturers
2.  Food Allergy Labeling and Patient Treatment
3.  What Kind of Allergy Labeling Do Consumers Want? Our Company’s Policy
Juntendo University
2006
       
4. 
Labeling Food Allergens from  the Consumer Standpoint
1.  Overview
2.  Introduction of Investigation system
3.  Establishment of Low Allergen Food Manufacture
4.  Introduction of Guidelines of UK and US
Juntendo University
2007

Future Activities
  Meetings to be held 3 to 5 times a year
  Main activities details:
   
1.
  Carrying out a questionnaire survey of the major food product manufacturers relating to food product allergy labeling
   
2.
  Holding a symposium on the topic of cross contamination (planned for October 3, Juntendo University)
   
3.
  Translating the FDA draft report: Report to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, United States Senate, and the Committee on Energy and Commerce, United States House of Representatives, July 2006
http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~acrobat/alrgrep.pdf

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