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***Bill S.510 is now known as HR 2751***

Email from Mike Adams:

In the dark of night, the US Senate passed S.510 last night with a unanimous consent voice vote (not a single US Senator opposed it).

It's now headed back to the House for a possible vote on Tuesday.

We need your help to oppose this dangerous bill that could destroy small, local organic farmers and reduce the availability of local fresh produce.

If you enjoy farmers' markets or buy food from a CSA, your food supply is now in danger due to HR 2751 in the House of Representatives! (See more talking points below...)

Take Action Now to Protect Small Local Farms

Here are the talking points from FTCLDF on why this fake food safety bill is so dangerous to our future:

The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act is fundamentally flawed and is not in the best interest of small farmers, especially those who produce raw milk. The Act is a major threat to the local food movement.

1. FDA does not respect individuals' rights to obtain healthy, quality foods of their choice. The agency has stated, as a matter of public record that:

"There is no absolute right to consume or feed children any particular food."


"Plaintiffs' assertion of a 'fundamental right to their own bodily and physical health, which includes what foods they do and do not choose to consume for themselves and their families' is similarly unavailing because plaintiffs do not have a fundamental right to obtain any food they wish."

FDA has even participated in armed raids on small-scale co-ops and membership organizations. This agency should not be given any additional power.

2. FDA has adequate powers under existing law to ensure food safety and effectively deal with foodborne illness outbreaks. FDA has power to inspect, power to detain product and can readily obtain court orders to seize adulterated or misbranded food products or enjoin them from being sold. The problem isn't that FDA needs more power; it's that FDA does not effectively use the power it currently has. The agency has power to inspect imported food yet inspects only 1% of food coming into this country from outside our borders.

3. S.510 does nothing to address many significant food safety problems in this country, such as those resulting from confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs), genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and various contaminants (e.g., BPA, pesticides, herbicides, etc.).

4. FDA has used its existing power to benefit the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries at the expense of public health (e.g., allowing the overuse of antibiotics in confined animal feeding operations and refusing to require labeling for genetically-modified foods). This bill does not address the fundamental problems at this agency in order to truly protect public health.

5. S.510 will expand FDA's involvement in regulating food in intra-state commerce, further interfering with local communities. State and local governments are more than capable of handling any problems related to food in intrastate commerce. All the major outbreaks of foodborne illness involve either imported food or food in inter-state commerce.

6. S.510 will hurt our ability as a nation to be self-sufficient in food production because it has more lenient inspection requirements for foreign than domestic producers creating an unfair advantage for food imports. Giving an advantage to foreign producers will only increase the amount of food imported into this country that does not meet our domestic standards. S.510 does not address food security -- the ability of a country to produce enough food to meet its own needs.

Thank you for your action in this urgent item. We will keep you posted on this news at

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2010, 10:22:43 PM »
the congress is so scared shitless that they do not dare have their votes recorded anymore.

This is a complete joke.

Here is a future conversation between two survivors of their planned genocide...

"Who voted to support the banksters bill that genocided over 10 million Americans like they did during the Dust Bowl?"

"No one did, it was a scam"

"Then the 10 million did not need to die, they just thought the bill was constitutional?"

"Looks that way"

derrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, why don't they jsut do the same thing with a billl that says every first born needs to be sacrificed to Molech at Bohemian Grove?


IT IS JUST AS LEGAL!

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2010, 10:31:57 PM »
the congress is so scared shitless that they do not dare have their votes recorded anymore.

INDICT INDICT INDICT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2010, 11:56:23 PM »
Coincidence that there were MANY BARNBURNER NFL games all day yesterday(and continued until the last snap of last night's game)? Seriously - while the NWO got the fans of this game buzzing, complaining, worrying, and fighting against one another, Congress and the NWO were QUIETLY ramming down all these draconian legislations until the wee hours of the night. I mean the big headlines on the Yahoo front page was over some NY Giants punter screwing up at the end of the game, and NONE over this draconian "food safety" legislation. Pathetic...

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #4 on: December 21, 2010, 12:38:21 PM »
Coincidence that there were MANY BARNBURNER NFL games all day yesterday(and continued until the last snap of last night's game)? Seriously - while the NWO got the fans of this game buzzing, complaining, worrying, and fighting against one another, Congress and the NWO were QUIETLY ramming down all these draconian legislations until the wee hours of the night. I mean the big headlines on the Yahoo front page was over some NY Giants punter screwing up at the end of the game, and NONE over this draconian "food safety" legislation. Pathetic...


Why do you or any of us even bother anymore?  We know that sports ESPECIALLY football and other entertainment is more important to most people than any draconian law.. I mean why are you even surprised anymore?   I'm not even surprised honestly..

But yeah I notice that there were A LOT of barnburner  games ESPECIALLY the Giants game, when they had like a 21 point lead I think? and the Eagles came back?   I mean I've played team sports before and upsets happen and comebacks happen, but NOT LIKE THIS...      it's ironic that all this happened while the elite were passing criminal laws..


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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #5 on: December 21, 2010, 12:44:10 PM »

Why do you or any of us even bother anymore?  We know that sports ESPECIALLY football and other entertainment is more important to most people than any draconian law.. I mean why are you even surprised anymore?   I'm not even surprised honestly..

But yeah I notice that there were A LOT of barnburner  games ESPECIALLY the Giants game, when they had like a 21 point lead I think? and the Eagles came back?   I mean I've played team sports before and upsets happen and comebacks happen, but NOT LIKE THIS...      it's ironic that all this happened while the elite were passing criminal laws..



And don't forget about the NBC Sun Night game where supposedly the Patriots were supposed to roll over a team without their starting QB, but the game ended up getting decided by the last play. So yeah, it wasn't only a couple of games, it started from the very first snap at 12pm CT, and continued until the last snap at 10:30pm CT(which was around the time this draconian safety bill law quietly got passed).

Anyhow, didn't mean to bring up a sports discussion here et al, but again, like we mentioned here, it's no coincidence HOW the masses got distracted all weekend, and all day Sun.

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #6 on: December 21, 2010, 07:38:57 PM »
IM SO MADDD OMGGGGG... I NEED A PITCHFORK!!!! Thank GOD Im coming back to AMERICA DAMMIT!

Make it so!

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #7 on: December 21, 2010, 07:57:35 PM »
Thank God, I'm not (yet).

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Food Patriot Act Passed House
« Reply #8 on: December 21, 2010, 11:39:19 PM »
212-206
this is how they voted ...
http://www.votesmart.org/issue_keyvote_member.php?cs_id=32958

*EDIT* the above is from 12-8-10, and tonight I am getting news from sources saying it passed the house and I can not find a roll call vote to confirm this... if you have a source please post it
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Re: Food Patriot Act Passed House
« Reply #9 on: December 21, 2010, 11:49:39 PM »
Food Safety Bill Passes in House; Heads to Obama for Signature
Tue., Dec. 21 2010
http://blogs.laweekly.com/squidink/2010/12/food_safety_bill_s510_passes_house_heads_to_obama_for_signature.php

"The vote was 255-144"



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Re: Food Patriot Act Passed House
« Reply #10 on: December 22, 2010, 09:44:59 AM »
Read this in the article at the link above:

After the tainted eggs, spinach and hamburger outbreaks of the past few years, this bill would give the beleaguered Food & Drug Administration a massive steroid injection, transforming it from a reactive agency into more of a regulatory one. Whether that increases enforcement or incompetence at the FDA remains to be seen."

It is the last sentence that was interesting--obviously the FDA is incompetent--especially after the "sting" operation with the fake names, and fake medical procedures - all being passed by the FDA without any investigation.   ::)

The FDA is nothing but a joke, but now they are a more powerful joke.  More powerful incompetence.

This will not only hurt consummers but farmers and all Americans eventually.


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Re: Food Patriot Act Passed House
« Reply #11 on: December 22, 2010, 10:34:51 AM »
This bill needs how much money? Wait, thought spending was suppose to be cut, what a joke.

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Re: Food Patriot Act Passed House
« Reply #12 on: December 22, 2010, 11:46:04 AM »
Like mentioned in another thread, the same weekend that all of these draconian bills were quietly being rammed down Congress was also the same weekend 90% of these NFL games were barnburners from 12pm, all the way down to the last snap at 10:30pm(which was around the time the Senate quietly passed the food bill). So while the masses were being distracted and debating amongst themselves for hours, this...

Coincidence?

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Re: Food Patriot Act Passed House
« Reply #13 on: December 22, 2010, 01:10:08 PM »

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=s111-510

READ THE BILL

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http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=s111-510

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TITLE I--IMPROVING CAPACITY TO PREVENT FOOD SAFETY PROBLEMS

Sec. 101. Inspections of records.

Sec. 102. Registration of food facilities.

Sec. 103. Hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls.

Sec. 104. Performance standards.

Sec. 105. Standards for produce safety.

Sec. 106. Protection against intentional adulteration.

Sec. 107. Authority to collect fees.

Sec. 108. National agriculture and food defense strategy.

Sec. 109. Food and Agriculture Coordinating Councils.

Sec. 110. Building domestic capacity.

Sec. 111. Sanitary transportation of food.

Sec. 112. Food allergy and anaphylaxis management.

Sec. 113. New dietary ingredients.

Sec. 114. Requirement for guidance relating to post harvest processing of raw oysters.

Sec. 115. Port shopping.

Sec. 116. Alcohol-related facilities.

TITLE II--IMPROVING CAPACITY TO DETECT AND RESPOND TO FOOD SAFETY PROBLEMS

Sec. 201. Targeting of inspection resources for domestic facilities, foreign facilities, and ports of entry; annual report.

Sec. 202. Laboratory accreditation for analyses of foods.

Sec. 203. Integrated consortium of laboratory networks.

Sec. 204. Enhancing tracking and tracing of food and recordkeeping.

Sec. 205. Surveillance.

Sec. 206. Mandatory recall authority.

Sec. 207. Administrative detention of food.

Sec. 208. Decontamination and disposal standards and plans.

Sec. 209. Improving the training of State, local, territorial, and tribal food safety officials.

Sec. 210. Enhancing food safety.

Sec. 211. Improving the reportable food registry.

TITLE III--IMPROVING THE SAFETY OF IMPORTED FOOD

Sec. 301. Foreign supplier verification program.

Sec. 302. Voluntary qualified importer program.

Sec. 303. Authority to require import certifications for food.

Sec. 304. Prior notice of imported food shipments.

Sec. 305. Building capacity of foreign governments with respect to food safety.

Sec. 306. Inspection of foreign food facilities.

Sec. 307. Accreditation of third-party auditors.

Sec. 308. Foreign offices of the Food and Drug Administration.

Sec. 309. Smuggled food.

TITLE IV--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Sec. 401. Funding for food safety.

Sec. 402. Employee protections.

Sec. 403. Jurisdiction; authorities.

Sec. 404. Compliance with international agreements.

Sec. 405. Determination of budgetary effects.

Reading through this Bill makes me think this is just implementation of the UNITED NATIONS Codex Alimentarius into our law.

see

http://www.codexalimentarius.net/web/standard_list.do?lang=en

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Reference    Number    Year of adoption    Title    Revision    Year    Amendment    Year
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   40R   1981   Standard for Fresh Fungus "Chanterelle"            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   257R   2007   Regional Standard for Canned Humus with Tehena            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   258R   2007   Regional Standard for Canned Foul Medames            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   259R   2007   Regional Standard for Tehena            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   298R   2009   Regional Standard for Fermented Soybean Paste            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   295R   2009   Regional Standard for Ginseng Products            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   294R   2009   Regional Standard for Gochujang            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   1   1985   General Standard for the Labelling of Prepackaged Foods         7   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   3   1981   Standard for Canned Salmon   2   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   12   1981   Standard for Honey   2   2001      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   13   1981   Standard for Preserved Tomatoes   1   2007      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   17   1981   Standard for Canned Applesauce   1   2001      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   19   1981   Standard for Edible Fats and Oils not Covered by Individual Standards   2   1999   1   2009
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   33   1981   Standard for Olive Oils and Olive Pomace Oils   2   2003   1   2009
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   36   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Finfish, Eviscerated or Uneviscerated   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   37   1981   Standard for Canned Shrimps or Prawns   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   38   1981   Standard for Edible Fungi and Fungus Products            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   39   1981   Standard for Dried Edible Fungi            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   41   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Peas            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   42   1981   Standard for Canned Pineapple         1   1987
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   52   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Strawberries            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   53   1981   Standard for Special Dietary Foods with Low-Sodium Content         1   1983
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   55   1981   Standard for Canned Mushrooms            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   57   1981   Standard for Processed Tomato Concentrates   1   2007      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   60   1981   Standard for Canned Raspberries            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   61   1985   Standard for Canned Pears   1   2001      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   62   1981   Standard for Canned Strawberries            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   66   1981   Standard for Table Olives   1   1987      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   67   1981   Standard for Raisins            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   69   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Raspberries            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   70   1981   Standard for Canned Tuna and Bonito   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   72   1981   Standard for Infant Formula and Formulas for Special Medical Purposes Intended for Infants   1   2007   4   1997
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   73   1981   Standard for Canned Baby Foods         4   1989
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   74   1981   Standard for Processed Cereal-Based Foods for Infants and Young Children   1   2006      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   75   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Peaches            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   76   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Bilberries            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   77   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Spinach            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   78   1981   Standard for Canned Fruit Cocktail            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   86   1981   Standard for Cocoa Butter   1   2001      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   87   1981   Standard for Chocolate   1   2003      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   88   1981   Standard for Corned Beef   1   1991      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   89   1981   Standard for Luncheon Meat   1   1991      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   90   1981   Standard for Canned Crab Meat   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   92   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Shrimps or Prawns   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   94   1981   Standard for Sardines and Sardine-Type Products   2   2007   2   1989
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   95   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Lobsters   2   2004      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   96   1981   Standard for Cooked Cured Ham   1   1991      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   97   1981   Standard for Cooked Cured Pork Shoulder   1   1991      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   98   1981   Standard for Cooked Cured Chopped Meat   1   1991      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   99   1981   Standard for Canned Tropical Fruit Salad            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   103   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Blueberries            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   104   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Leek            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   105   1981   Standard for Cocoa powders (cocoas) and dry mixtures of cocoa and sugars   1   2001   1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   106   1983   General Standard for Irradiated Foods   1   2003      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   107   1981   General Standard for the Labelling of Food Additives when sold as such            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   108   1981   Standard for Natural Mineral Waters   2   2008   1   2001
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   110   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Broccoli            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   111   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Cauliflower            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   112   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Brussels Sprouts            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   113   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Green and Wax Beans            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   114   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen French Fried Potatoes            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   115   1981   Standard for Pickled Cucumbers            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   117   1981   Standard for Bouillons and Consommés   2   2001      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   118   1981   Standard for Gluten-Free Foods   1   2008   1   1983
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   119   1981   Standard for Canned Finfish   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   130   1981   Standard for Dried Apricots            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   131   1981   Standard for Unshelled Pistachio Nuts            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   132   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Whole Kernel Corn            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   133   1981   Standard for Quick Frozen Corn-on-the-Cob            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   140   1983   Standard for Quick Frozen Carrots            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   141   1983   Standard for Cocoa (Cacao) Mass (Cocoa/Chocolate Liquor) and Cocoa Cake   1   2001      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   143   1985   Standard for Dates            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   145   1985   Standard for Canned Chestnuts and Chestnut Purée            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   146   1985   Standard for Labelling of and Claims for Prepackaged Foods for Special Dietary Use            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   150   1985   Standard for Food Grade Salt   1   1997   3   2006
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   151   1985   Standard for Gari   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   152   1985   Standard for Wheat Flour   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   153   1985   Standard for Maize (Corn)   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   154   1985   Standard for Whole Maize (Corn) Meal   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   155   1985   Standard for Degermed Maize (Corn) Meal and Maize (Corn) Grits   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   156   1987   Standard for Follow-up formula         1   1989
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   159   1987   Standard for Canned Mangoes            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   160   1987   Standard for Mango Chutney            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   163   1987   Standard for Wheat Protein Products   1   2001      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   165   1989   Standard for Quick Frozen Blocks of Fish Fillets, Minced Fish Flesh and Mixtures of Fillets and Minced Fish Flesh   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   166   1989   Standard for Quick Frozen Fish Sticks (Fish Fingers), Fish Portions and Fish Fillets - Breaded or in Batter   2   2004      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   167   1989   Standard for Salted Fish and Dried Salted Fish of the Gadidae Family of Fishes   2   2005      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   169   1989   Standard for Whole and Decorticated Pearl Millet Grains   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   170   1989   Standard for Pearl Millet Flour   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   171   1989   Standard for Certain Pulses   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   172   1989   Standard for Sorghum Grains   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   173   1989   Standard for Sorghum Flour   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   174   1989   General Standard for Vegetable Protein Products            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   175   1989   Standard for Soy Protein Products            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   176   1989   Standard for Edible Cassava Flour   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   177   1991   Standard for Grated Desiccated Coconut            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   178   1991   Standard for Durum Wheat Semolina and Durum Wheat Flour   1   1995      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   180   1991   Standard for Labelling of and Claims for Foods for Special Medical Purposes            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   181   1991   Standard for Formula Foods for Use in Weight Control Diets            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   182   1993   Standard for Pineapple   1   1999   1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   183   1993   Standard for Papaya   1   2001   1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   184   1993   Standard for Mangoes         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   185   1993   Standard for Nopal         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   186   1993   Standard for Prickly Pear         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   187   1993   Standard for Carambola         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   188   1993   Standard for Baby Corn         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   189   1993   Standard for Dried Shark Fins            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   190   1995   General Standard for Quick Frozen Fish Fillets            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   191   1995   Standard for Quick Frozen Raw Squid            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   192   1995   General Standard for Food Additives   11   2010      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   193   1995   General Standard for Contaminants and Toxins in Food and Feed   4   2009   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   196   1995   Standard for Litchi         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   197   1995   Standard for Avocado         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   198   1995   Standard for Rice            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   199   1995   Standard for Wheat and Durum Wheat            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   200   1995   Standard for Peanuts            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   201   1995   Standard for Oats            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   202   1995   Standard for Couscous            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   203   1995   Standard for Formula Foods for Use in Very Low Energy Diets for Weight Reduction            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   204   1997   Standard for Mangosteens         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   205   1997   Standard for Bananas         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   206   1999   General Standard for Use of Dairy Terms            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   207   1999   Standard for Milk Powders and Cream Powder         1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   208   1999   Standard for Cheeses in Brine (Group Standard)         2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   210   1999   Standard for Named Vegetable Oils   3   2009   1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   211   1999   Standard for Named Animal Fats         1   2009
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   212   1999   Standard for Sugars         1   2001
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   213   1999   Standard for Limes         3   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   214   1999   Standard for Pummelos (Citrus grandi)         2   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   215   1999   Standard for Guavas         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   216   1999   Standard for Chayotes         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   217   1999   Standard for Mexican Limes         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   218   1999   Standard for Ginger         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   219   1999   Standard for Grapefruits (Citrus paradisi)         2   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   220   1999   Standard for Longans         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   221   2001   Group Standard for Unripened Cheese including Fresh Cheese         2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   222   2001   Standard for Crackers from Marine and Freshwater Fish, Crustaceans and Molluscan Shellfish            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   223   2001   Standard for Kimchi            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   224   2001   Standard for Tannia         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   225   2001   Standard for Asparagus         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   226   2001   Standard for Cape Gooseberry         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   227   2001   General Standard for Bottled/Packaged Drinking Waters (Other Than Natural Mineral Waters)            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   228   2001   General Methods of Analysis for Contaminants   1   2004      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   229   1993   Analysis of Pesticide Residues: Recommended Methods   1   2003   1   2003
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   231   2001   General Codex Methods for the Detection of Irradiated Foods   1   2003      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   234   1999   Recommended Methods of Analysis and Sampling   2   2007   1   2009
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   236   2003   Standard for Boiled Dried Salted Anchovies            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   237   2003   Standard for Pitahayas         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   238   2003   Standard for Sweet Cassava         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   239   2003   General Methods of Analysis for Food Additives   1   2004      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   240   2003   Standard for Aqueous Coconut Products: Coconut Milk and Coconut Cream            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   241   2003   Standard for Canned Bamboo Shoots            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   242   2003   Standard for Canned Stone Fruits            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   243   2003   Standard for Fermented Milks   2   2010      
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   244   2004   Standard for Salted Atlantic Herring and Salted Sprat            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   245   2004   Standard for Oranges         1   2005
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   246   2005   Standard for Rambutan            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   247   2005   General Standard for Fruit Juices and Nectars            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   249   2006   Standard for Instant Noodles            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   250   2006   Standard for a Blend of Evaporated Skimmed Milk and Vegetable Fat         1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   251   2006   Standard for a Blend of Skimmed Milk and Vegetable Fat in Powdered Form         1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   252   2006   Standard for a Blend of Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk and Vegetable Fat         1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   253   2006   Standard for Dairy Fat Spreads         2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   254   2007   Standard for Certain Canned Citrus Fruits            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   255   2007   Standard for Table Grapes            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   256   2007   Standard for Fat Spreads and Blended Spreads         1   2009
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   260   2007   Standard for Pickled Fruits and Vegetables            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   262   2007   Standard for Mozzarella            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   263   1966   Standard for Cheddar   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   264   1966   Standard for Danbo   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   265   1966   Standard for Edam   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   266   1966   Standard for Gouda   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   267   1966   Standard for Havarti   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   268   1966   Standard for Samsoe   1   2007   1   2008
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   269   1967   Standard for Emmental   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   270   1968   Standard for Tilsiter   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   271   1968   Standard for Saint-Paulin   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   272   1968   Standard for Provolone   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   273   1968   Standard for Cottage Cheese incl. Creamed Cottage Cheese   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   274   1969   Standard for Coulommiers   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   275   1973   Standard for Cream Cheese   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   276   1973   Standard for Camembert   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   277   1973   Standard for Brie   1   2007   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   278   1978   Standard for Extra Hard Grating Cheese            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   279   1971   Standard for Butter   1   1999   3   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   280   1973   Standard for Milkfat Products   1   1999   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   281   1971   Standard for Evaporated Milks   1   1999   1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   282   1971   Standard for Sweetened Condensed Milks   1   1999   1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   283   1978   General Standard for Cheese   1   1999   3   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   284   1971   Standard for Whey Cheeses   1   1999   1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   288   1976   Standard for Cream and Prepared Creams   2   2008   1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   289   1995   Standard for Whey Powders   1   2003   2   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   290   1995   Standard for Edible Casein Products   1   2001   1   2010
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   291   2010   Standard for Sturgeon Caviar            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   292   2008   Standard for Live and Raw Bivalve Molluscs            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   293   2008   Standard for Tomatoes            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   296   2009   Standard for Jams, Jellies and Marmalades            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   297   2009   Standard for Certain Canned Vegetables            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   299   2010   Standard for Apples            
CODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STANCODEX STAN   300   2010   Codex Standard for Bitter Cassava            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   1   1969   Recommended International Code of Practice - General Principles of Food Hygiene   4   2003      
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   2   1969   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Canned Fruit and Vegetable Products            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   3   1969   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Dried Fruits            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   4   1971   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Desiccated Coconut            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   5   1971   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Dehydrated Fruits and Vegetables including Edible Fungi            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   6   1972   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Tree Nuts            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   8   1976   Recommended International Code of Practice for the Processing and Handling of Quick Frozen Foods   3   2008      
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   15   1976   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Egg Products   1   2007   2   1985
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   19   1979   Recommended International Code of Practice for Radiation Processing of Food   2   2003      
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   20   1979   Code of Ethics for International Trade in Food including Concessional and Food Aid Transactions   2   2010      
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   22   1979   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Groundnuts (Peanuts)            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   23   1979   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Low-Acid and Acidified Low-Acid Canned Foods   2   1993      
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   25   1979   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Smoked Fish            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   30   1983   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for the Processing of Frog Legs            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   33   1985   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for Collecting, Processing and Marketing of Natural Mineral Waters            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   36   1987   Recommended International Code of Hygienic Practice for the Storage and Transport of Edible Oils and Fats in Bulk   1   1999   3   2005
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   39   1993   Code of Hygienic Practice for Precooked and Cooked Foods in Mass Catering            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   40   1993   Code of Hygienic Practice for Aseptically Processed and Packaged Low-Acid Foods            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   42   1995   Code of Hygienic Practice for Spices and Dried Aromatic Plants            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   43   1995   Code of Hygienic Practice for the Preparation and Sale of Street Foods (Regional Code - Latin America and the Caribbean)   1   2001      
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   44   1995   Recommended International Code of Practice for the Packaging and Transport of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables         1   2004
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   45   1997   Code of Practice for the Reduction of Aflatoxin B1 in Raw Materials and Supplemental Feedingstuffs for Milk-Producing Animals            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   46   1999   Code of Hygienic Practice for Refrigerated Packaged Foods with Extended Shelf-Life            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   47   2001   Code of Hygienic Practice for the Transport of Food in Bulk and Semi-Packed Food         1   2001
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   48   2001   Recommended Code of Hygienic Practice for Bottled/Packaged Drinking Waters (Other than Natural Mineral Waters)            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   49   2001   Code of Practice Concerning Source Directed Measures to Reduce Contamination of Foods with Chemicals            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   50   2003   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Patulin Contamination in Apple Juice and Apple Juice            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   51   2003   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Mycotoxin Contamination in Cereals, including Annexes on Ochratoxin A, Zearalenone, Fumonisins and tricothecenes             
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   52   2003   Code of Practice for Fish and Fishery Products   5   2010      
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   53   2003   Code of Hygienic Practice for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   54   2004   Recommended Code of Practice on Good Animal Feeding         1   2008
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   55   2004   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Aflatoxin Contamination in Peanuts            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   56   2004   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Lead Contamination in Foods            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   57   2004   Code of Hygienic Practice for Milk and Milk Products         2   2009
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   58   2005   Code of Hygienic Practice for Meat            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   59   2005   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Aflatoxin Contamination in Tree Nuts   2   2010      
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   60   2005   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Tin Contamination in Canned Foods            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   61   2005   Code of Practice to Minimize and Contain Antimicrobial Resistance            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   62   2006   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Dioxin and Dioxin-like PCB Contamination in Food and Feeds            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   63   2007   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Ochratoxin A Contamination in Wine            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   64   2008   Code of Practice for the Reduction of 3-Monochloropropane-1,2-diol (3-MCPD) during the Production of Acid-Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (Acid-HVPs) and Products that Contain Acid- HVPs            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   65   2008   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Aflatoxin Contamination in Dried Figs            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   66   2008   Code of Hygienic Practice for Powdered Formulae for Infants and Young Children   1   2009      
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   67   2009   Code of Practice for the Reduction of Acrylamide in Foods            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   68   2009   Code of Practice for the Reduction of Contamination of Food with Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) from Smoking and Direct Drying Processes            
CAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCPCAC/RCP   69   2009   Code of Practice for the Prevention and Reduction of Ochratoxin A Contamination in Coffee            
CAC/MRLCAC/MRLCAC/MRLCAC/MRL   1      Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) for Pesticides      2009      
CAC/MRLCAC/MRLCAC/MRLCAC/MRL   2      Maximum Residue Limits for Veterinary Drugs in Food      2009      
CAC/MRLCAC/MRLCAC/MRLCAC/MRL   3      Extraneous Maximum Residue Limits (EMRLs)      2001      
CAC/MISCCAC/MISCCAC/MISCCAC/MISC   2   1976   Statement on Infant Feeding            
CAC/MISCCAC/MISCCAC/MISCCAC/MISC   4      Classification of Foods and Animal Feeds         1   1993
CAC/MISCCAC/MISCCAC/MISCCAC/MISC   5   1993   Glossary of Terms and Definitions (Veterinary Drugs Residues in Foods)         1   2003
CAC/MISCCAC/MISCCAC/MISCCAC/MISC   6      List of Codex Specifications for Food Additives   16   2010      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   22-R   1997   Design of Control Measures for Street-Vended Foods in Africa   1   1999      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   1   1979   General Guidelines on Claims   1   1991      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   2   1985   Guidelines on Nutrition Labelling   1   1993   4   2010
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   3   1989   Guidelines for Simple Evaluation of Food Additive Intake            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   3   1995   Protocol for the Design, Conduct and Interpretation of Method Performance Studies            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   4   1989   General Guidelines for the Utilization of Vegetable Protein Products (VPP) in Foods            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   6   1991   Guideline Levels for Vinyl Chloride Monomer and Acrylonitrile in Food and Packaging Material            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   8   1991   Guidelines for Formulated Supplementary Foods for Older Infants and Young Children            2010
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   9   1987   General Principles for the Addition of Essential Nutrients to Foods         2   1991
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   10   1979   Advisory List of Mineral Salts and Vitamin compounds for Use in Foods for Infants and Children   2   2009   2   1991
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   13   1991   Guidelines for the Preservation of Raw Milk by Use of the Lactoperoxidase System            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   14   1991   Guide for the Microbiological Quality of Spices and Herbs Used in Processed Meat and Poultry Products            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   17   1993   Guideline Procedures for the Visual Inspection of Lots of Canned Foods for Unacceptable Defects            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   19   1995   Guidelines for the Exchange of Information in Food Control Emergency Situations   1   2004      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   20   1995   Principles for Food Import and Export Certification and Inspection            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   21   1997   Principles for the Establishment and Application of Microbiological Criteria for Foods            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   23   1997   Guidelines for Use of Nutrition and Health Claims   1   2004   4   2010
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   24   1997   General Guidelines for Use of the Term Halal            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   25   1997   Guidelines for the Exchange of Information between Countries on Rejections of Imported Foods            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   26   1997   Guidelines for the Design, Operation, Assessment and Accreditation of Food Import and Export Inspection and Certification Systems   1   2010      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   27   1997   Guidelines for the Assessment of the Competence of Testing Laboratories Involved in the Import and Export Control of Foods         1   2006
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   28   1995   International Harmonized Protocol for the Proficiency Testing of (Chemical) Analytical Laboratories   1   1997      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   30   1999   Principles and Guidelines for the Conduct of Microbiological Risk Assessment            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   31   1999   Guidelines for the Sensory Evaluation of Fish and Shellfish in Laboratories            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   32   1999   Guidelines for the Production, Processing, Labelling and Marketing of Organically Produced Foods   4   2007   3   2010
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   33   1999   Recommended Methods of Sampling for Pesticide Residues for the Determination of Compliance with MRLs            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   34   1999   Guidelines for the Development of Equivalence Agreements Regarding Food Imports and Export Inspection and Certification Systems            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   36   1989   Class Names and the International Numbering System for Food Additives   7   2009   8   2010
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   37   2001   Harmonised IUPAC Guidelines for the Use of Recovery Information in Analytical Measurement             
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   38   2001   Guidelines for Design, Production, Issuance and Use of Generic Official Certificates   3   2009      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   40   1993   Analysis of Pesticide Residues: Guidelines on Good Laboratory Practice in Pesticide Residue Analysis   1   2003      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   41      Analysis of Pesticide Residues: Portion of Commodities to which Codex MRLS Apply and which is Analyzed      1993      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   43   2003   African Regional Guidelines for Codex Contact Points and National Codex Committees            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   44   2003   Principles for the Risk Analysis of Foods Derived from Modern Biotechnology         1   2008
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   45   2003   Guideline for the Conduct of Food Safety Assessment of Foods Derived from Recombinant-DNA Plants         1   2008
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   46   2003   Guideline for the Conduct of Food Safety Assessment of Foods Produced Using Recombiant-DNA Microorganisms             
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   47   2003   Guidelines for Food Import Control Systems   1   2006      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   48   2004   Model Certificate for Fish and Fishery Products             
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   49   2003   Harmonized IUPAC Guidelines for Single-Laboratory Validation of Methods of Analysis            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   50   2004   General guidelines on sampling            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   51   2003   Guidelines for Packing Media for Canned Fruits            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   53   2003   Guidelines on the Judgement of Equivalence of Sanitary Measures associated with Food Inspection and Certification Systems         1   2008
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   54   2004   Guidelines on Measurement Uncertainty            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   55   2005   Guidelines for Vitamin and Mineral Food Supplements            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   56   2005   Guidelines on the Use of Mass Spectrometry (MS) for Identification, Confirmation and Quantative Determination of Residues            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   57   1999   Asian Regional Guidelines for Codex Contact Points and National Codex Committees            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   58   2005   Regional Guidelines for Codex Contact Points and National Codex Committees (Near East Region)            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   59   2006   Guidelines on Estimation of Uncertainty of Results            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   60   2006   Principles for Traceability / Product Tracing as a Tool Within a Food Inspection and Certification System            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   61   2007   Guidelines on the Application of General Principles of Food Hygiene to the Control of Listeria monocytogenes in Ready-to-Eat Foods   1   2009      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   62   2007   Working Principles for Risk Analysis for Food Safety for Application by Governments            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   63   2007   Principles and Guidelines for the Conduct of Microbiological Risk Management         1   2008
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   65   1997   Harmonized Guidelines for Internal Quality Control in Analytical Chemistry Laboratories            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   66   2008   Guidelines for the Use of Flavourings            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   67   2008   Model Export Certificate for Milk and Milk Products   1   2010      
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   68   2008   Guideline for the Conduct of Food Safety Assessment of Foods Derived from Recombinant-DNA Animals            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   69   2008   Guideline for the Validation of Food Safety Control Measures            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   70   2009   Guidelines for Settling Disputes on Analytical (Test) Results            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   71   2009   Guidelines for the Design and Implementation of National Regulatory Food Safety Assurance Programmes Associated with the Use of Veterinary Drugs in Food Producing Animals            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   72   2009   Guidelines on Analytical Terminology            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   73   2010   Guidelines on the Application of General Principles of Food Hygiene to the Control of Pathogenic Vibrio Species in Seafood            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   74   2010   Guidelines on performance criteria and validation of methods for detection, identification and quantification of specific dna sequences and specific proteins in foods            
CAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GLCAC/GL   75   2010   Guidelines on Substances used as Processing Aids


it basically allows the FDA to seize destory and halt production of any "food" item THEY, as the NANNY STATE feel you should not be allowed to eat, because THEY feel it may be harmful to your health. this includes such things as CHEESE and MILK which are naturally made is in centuries past, with out the process of pasteurization, as this is what some consumers are looking for. In the continent of NORTH AMERICA, it is illegal to eat NATURAL CHEESE AND MILK produced the old fashioned way,  but in Sardinia, Italy, people eat chesse with maggots in it !!!! and NORTH AMERICANS think they are not slaves! what an outrage. see this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvx-_VUscRc
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casu_marzu





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Re: Food Patriot Act Passed House
« Reply #14 on: December 22, 2010, 02:48:50 PM »
this is how the house voted

H R 2751      YEA-AND-NAY      21-Dec-2010      4:49 PM
      QUESTION:  On Motion to Concur in the Senate Amendments
      BILL TITLE: FDA Food Safety Modernization Act

                Yeas    Nays       NV
Democratic   205   8       41
Republican   10   136       33
Independent               
TOTALS           215   144       74

http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2010/roll661.xml
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« Reply #15 on: December 22, 2010, 03:49:11 PM »
More treason.. what else is new?  Sad most people don't even seem to care..

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« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2010, 05:02:47 PM »
Looks as though they will have another reason to arrest those only trying to feed their families.

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #17 on: December 22, 2010, 06:54:34 PM »
people may think that the UN Codex and FDA Food Safety is about protecting the public and making our food safe; but it is not about that. this is all about control, being able to shut down alternative food supplies in a nanny big brother state that thinks you have no right to choose your food. its all about pushing insanity on the people. Thank you, New World Order. your really helping our health, with your Monsanto GMO and harmful food additives
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Do people really think any of the big time players are going to seized and shut down if they have unsafe food? its all about controlling our food supplies.

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #18 on: December 22, 2010, 09:53:12 PM »
the farmers in my area(including me) will not stand for this, and they have some serious backup in our parts

good luck implementing this tyranny all you 'just obeying orders' pawns
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« Reply #19 on: December 22, 2010, 10:06:42 PM »
All parts of society are being assimilated to the "Self Organizing" NWO Borg...



TSA/DHS/IP6/NRO/WTO/Internet2 must comply with the "Self-Organizing" principals
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=195998.0


All new data mining systems must comply with the "Self-Organizing" principals of the Universe (A philisophical idea run amuck). These data mining systems require protocol to comply with the following principals:

Strong dynamical non-linearity, often though not necessarily involving Positive feedback and Negative feedback
Pavolovian dog training, nudging, behavioral modification, mind control

Balance of exploitation and exploration
Very interesting to find the phrase "exploitation and exploration" here. This is an arbitrary balance which is impossible to control as there become less and less elites in control of they system. Undoubtably, it will always "evolve" into 100% exploitation.

Multiple interactions
This seems to be why there is no limit to the billions of cameras being distributed in every product we buy, the RFID explosion, and nanotech sensoring systems.

Self-organization
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-organization


Self-organization is the process where a structure or pattern appears in a system without a central authority or external element imposing it through planning. This globally coherent pattern appears from the local interaction of the elements that make up the system, thus the organization is achieved in a way that is parallel (all the elements act at the same time) and distributed (no element is a coordinator).

Overview

The most robust and unambiguous examples[1] of self-organizing systems are from the physics of non-equilibrium processes. Self-organization is also relevant in chemistry, where it has often been taken as being synonymous with self-assembly. The concept of self-organization is central to the description of biological systems, from the subcellular to the ecosystem level. There are also cited examples of "self-organizing" behaviour found in the literature of many other disciplines, both in the natural sciences and the social sciences such as economics or anthropology. Self-organization has also been observed in mathematical systems such as cellular automata.

Sometimes the notion of self-organization is conflated with that of the related concept of emergence.[citation needed] Properly defined, however, there may be instances of self-organization without emergence and emergence without self-organization, and it is clear from the literature that the phenomena are not the same. The link between emergence and self-organization remains an active research question.

Self-organization usually relies on four basic ingredients [2]:
Strong dynamical non-linearity, often though not necessarily involving Positive feedback and Negative feedback
Balance of exploitation and exploration
Multiple interactions


History of the idea


The idea that the dynamics of a system can tend by itself to increase the inherent order of a system has a long history. One of the earliest statements of this idea was by the philosopher Descartes, in the fifth part of his Discourse on Method, where he presents it hypothetically.[citation needed] Descartes further elaborated on the idea at great length in his unpublished work The World.

The ancient atomists (among others) believed that a designing intelligence was unnecessary, arguing that given enough time and space and matter, organization was ultimately inevitable, although there would be no preferred tendency for this to happen. What Descartes introduced was the idea that the ordinary laws of nature tend to produce organization[citation needed] (For related history, see Aram Vartanian, Diderot and Descartes).

Beginning with the 18th century naturalists, a movement arose that sought to understand the "universal laws of form" in order to explain the observed forms of living organisms. Because of its association with Lamarckism, their ideas fell into disrepute until the early 20th century, when pioneers such as D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson revived them. The modern understanding is that there are indeed universal laws (arising from fundamental physics and chemistry) that govern growth and form in biological systems.

Originally, the term "self-organizing" was used by Immanuel Kant in his Critique of Judgment, where he argued that teleology is a meaningful concept only if there exists such an entity whose parts or "organs" are simultaneously ends and means. Such a system of organs must be able to behave as if it has a mind of its own, that is, it is capable of governing itself.“   In such a natural product as this every part is thought as owing its presence to the agency of all the remaining parts, and also as existing for the sake of the others and of the whole, that is as an instrument, or organ... The part must be an organ producing the other parts—each, consequently, reciprocally producing the others... Only under these conditions and upon these terms can such a product be an organized and self-organized being, and, as such, be called a physical end.   ”

The term "self-organizing" was introduced to contemporary science in 1947 by the psychiatrist and engineer W. Ross Ashby[3]. It was taken up by the cyberneticians Heinz von Foerster, Gordon Pask, Stafford Beer and Norbert Wiener himself in the second edition of his "Cybernetics: or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine" (MIT Press 1961).

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The self organizing universe
Scientific and Human Implication:
of the Emerging Paradigm of Evolution


Erich Jantsch

New York: Pergamon. 1980

Svstems Science and World Order Library
Innovations in Systems Science


http://www.kheper.net/evolution/selforguniv.html

From the back cover:

This book views the evolution of the universe - ranging from cosmic and biological to sociocultural evolution - in terms of the unifying paradigm of self-organization. The contours of this paradigm emerge from the synthesis of a number of important recently developed concepts, and provide a scientific foundation to a new world-view which emphasizes process over structure, nonequilibrium over equilibrium, evolution over permanency, and individual creativity over collective stabilization. From an understanding of non-dualistic, creative sharing in evolution arises a new sense of meaning. This book, therefore, provides a comprehensive framework for a deeper understanding of human creativity in a time of transition.

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"The individual is going to be universalized,
the universal is going to be individualized,
and thus from both directions the whole is going to be enriched."


Jan Smuts, Holism and Evolution




The Self-Organizing Universe: Scientific and Human Implications of the Emerging Paradigm of Evolution
E. Jantsch
Pergamon, 1980 - 342 pages
http://www.very-clever.com/information/ddodhekaao

The self-organizing reviewer

It's a shame this book is out of print. No longer up-to-date on every detail, but still ahead of the curve on the big picture. Jantsch uses self-organizing systems theory to tie cosmic, geological, biological and cultural evolution together into a unified vision. A book of science with profound social and (to my mind) spiritual implications. Certainly worth the used softcover price, although be warned, the Pergamon softcover binding tends to crack and fall apart (I went through two of them). But at $300+ the hardcover is definately for the serious buyer only (I was lucky and bought mine in the mid-eighties at Powell's for $40). You might also check out Fritjof Capra's 1996 'The Web of Life'. It's an updated version of 'The Self-Organizing Universe' (see page 111: "My own synthesis of these concepts in the present book is, in a sense, a reformulation of Erich Jantsch's earlier work.") Also recommended: any books by Ervin Lazslo, Ilya Prigogine or James Lovelock.

Brilliant beyond belief

This will change your view of everything. I can't possibly recommend it enough to anyone with any curiosity about anything.

Genuine Wonderment

This book is unlike any other publication I have ever looked at. Jantsch synthesizes scientific facts from numerous fields of study, and does so in a surprisingly coherent manner. While reading through the pages, I wondered, where has this book been my entire life? Why didn't somebody tell me this book existed? I stumbled into this volume accidently, and to my good fortune.

Reductionism is a useful paradigm, but certainly not a comprehensive one. Jantsch drills this point home.

The strength of this book isn't just the fact that it makes a very strong argument for a self-organizing universe. It's the fact that Jantsch does so with a unique combination of hard facts, experimental evidence, analytical arguments, coherent synthesis, profound humanity and even a bit of poetry. I'm not trying to be dramatic and sappy, it's really true. I can almost feel how much this book meant to Jantsch, and how he knew, deep down, that he was on to something very important. There was something special about Jantsch, and something special about this book. If you read this book, and are still convinced that the universe is purely a meaningless "mechanistic machine" then I feel very sorry for you.

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Re: Food Patriot Act Passed House
« Reply #20 on: December 23, 2010, 03:20:35 PM »
Doesn't matter how the "Congressional Republicans" "voted", per se - we've heard NO outrage from them, NONE. If they were really serious, they would be on tv and the streets rallying support against it.

this is how the house voted

H R 2751      YEA-AND-NAY      21-Dec-2010      4:49 PM
      QUESTION:  On Motion to Concur in the Senate Amendments
      BILL TITLE: FDA Food Safety Modernization Act

                Yeas    Nays       NV
Democratic   205   8       41
Republican   10   136       33
Independent               
TOTALS           215   144       74

http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2010/roll661.xml

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« Reply #21 on: December 23, 2010, 04:06:25 PM »
John Coleman 1991...

The economic system shall be based upon the ruling oligarethical class allowing just enough foods and services to be produced to keep the mass slave labor camps going. All wealth shall be aggregated in the hands of the elite members of the Committee of 300. Each individual shall be indoctrinated to understand that he or she is totally dependent upon the state for survival. The world shall be ruled by Committee of 300 Executive Decrees which become instant law. Boris Yeltsin is using Committee of 300 decrees to impose the Committee's will on Russia as a trial run. Courts of punishment and not courts of justice shall exist.

Industry is to be totally destroyed along with nuclear powered energy systems. Only the Committee of 300 members and their elitists shall have the right to any of the earth's resources.

Agriculture shall be solely in the hands of the Committee of 300 with food production strictly controlled. As these measures begin to take effect, large populations in the cities shall be forcibly removed to remote areas and those who refuse to go shall be exterminated in the manner of the One World Government experiment carried out by Pol Pot in Cambodia.

Euthanasia for the terminally ill and the aged shall be compulsory. No cities shall be larger than a predetermined number as described in the work of Kalgeri. Essential workers will be moved to other cities if the one they are in becomes overpopulated. Other non-essential workers will be chosen at random and sent to underpopulated cities to fill "quotas."

At least 4 billion "useless eaters" shall be eliminated by the year 2050 by means of limited wars, organized epidemics of fatal rapid-acting diseases and starvation. Energy, food and water shall be kept at subsistence levels for the non-elite, starting with the White populations of Western Europe and North America and then spreading to other races.

The population of Canada, Western Europe and the United States will be decimated more rapidly than on other continents, until the world's population reaches a manageable level of 1 billion, of which 500 million will consist of Chinese and Japanese races, selected because they are people who have been regimented for centuries and who are accustomed to obeying authority without question.

From time to time there shall be artificially contrived food and water shortages and medical care to remind the masses that their very existence depends on the goodwill of the Committee of 300.

After the destruction of housing, auto, steel and heavy goods industries, there shall he limited housing, and industries of any kind allowed to remain shall be under the direction of NATO's Club of Rome as shall all scientific and space exploration development, limited to the elite under the control of the Committee of 300. Space weapons of all former nations shall be destroyed along with nuclear weapons.

All essential and non-essential pharmaceutical products, doctors, dentists and health care workers will be registered in the central computer data bank and no medicine or medical care will he prescribed without express permission of regional controllers responsible for each city, town and village.

The United States will be flooded by peoples of alien cultures who will eventually overwhelm White America, people with no concept of what the United States Constitution stands for and who will, in consequence, do nothing to defend it, and in whose minds the concept of liberty and justice is so weak as to matter little. FOOD and shelter shall be the main concern.

No central bank save the Bank of International Settlement and the World Bank shall be allowed to operate. Private banks will be outlawed. Remuneration for work performed shall be under a uniform predetermined scale throughout the One World Government. There shall be no wage disputes allowed, nor any diversion from the standard uniform scales of pay laid down by the One World Government. Those who break the law will be instantly executed.

There shall be no cash or coinage in the hands of the nonelite. All transactions shall be carried out by means of a debit card which shall bear the identification number of the holder. Any person who in any way infringes the rules and regulations of the Committee of 300 shall have the use of his or her card suspended for varying times according to the nature and severity of the infringement.

Such persons will find, when they go to make purchases, that their card is blacklisted and they will not be able to obtain services of any kind. Attempts to trade "old" coins, that is to say silver coins of previous and now defunct nations, shall be treated as a capital crime subject to the death penalty. All such coinage shall be required to be surrendered within a given time along with guns, rifles, explosives and automobiles. Only the elite and One World Government high-ranking functionaries will be allowed private transport, weapons, coinage and automobiles.

If the offense is a serious one, the card will be seized at the checking point where it is presented. Thereafter that person shall not be able to obtain food, water, shelter and employment medical services, and shall be officially listed as an outlaw. Large bands of outlaws will thus be created and they will live in regions that best afford subsistence, subject to being hunted down and shot on sight. Persons assisting outlaws in any way whatsoever, shall likewise be shot. Outlaws who fail to surrender to the police or military after a declared period of time, shall have a former family member selected at random to serve prison terms in their stead.
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« Reply #22 on: December 27, 2010, 12:38:30 AM »
link for what John Coleman said in 1991?
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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #24 on: December 27, 2010, 03:30:04 AM »
USE OF OR EXPOSURE TO FOOD OF CONCERN

SEC. 101. INSPECTIONS OF RECORDS.

(a) In General- Section 414(a) (21 U.S.C. 350c(a)) is amended--

(1) by striking the heading and all that follows through ‘of food is’ and inserting the following: ‘Records Inspection-

‘(1) ADULTERATED FOOD- If the Secretary has a reasonable belief that an article of food, and any other article of food that the Secretary reasonably believes is likely to be affected in a similar manner, is’;

(2) by inserting ‘, and to any other article of food that the Secretary reasonably believes is likely to be affected in a similar manner,’ after ‘relating to such article’;

(3) by striking the last sentence; and

(4) by inserting at the end the following:

‘(2) USE OF OR EXPOSURE TO FOOD OF CONCERN- If the Secretary believes that there is a reasonable probability that the use of or exposure to an article of food, and any other article of food that the Secretary reasonably believes is likely to be affected in a similar manner, will cause serious adverse health consequences or death to humans or animals, each person (excluding farms and restaurants) who manufactures, processes, packs, distributes, receives, holds, or imports such article shall, at the request of an officer or employee duly designated by the Secretary, permit such officer or employee, upon presentation of appropriate credentials and a written notice to such person, at reasonable times and within reasonable limits and in a reasonable manner, to have access to and copy all records relating to such article and to any other article of food that the Secretary reasonably believes is likely to be affected in a similar manner, that are needed to assist the Secretary in determining whether there is a reasonable probability that the use of or exposure to the food will cause serious adverse health consequences or death to humans or animals.





TRANSLATION
(2) USE OF OR EXPOSURE TO FOOD OF CONCERN- If the Secretary has an opinion or conviction that is not immediately susceptible to rigorous proof that there is a moderate likelihood or chance that the use of or exposure to an article of food, and any other article of food that the Secretary has an opinion or conviction that is not immediately susceptible to rigorous proof that there is a moderate likelihood or chance is likely to be affected in a similar manner, will cause serious adverse health consequences or death to humans or animals, each person (excluding farms and restaurants) who manufactures, processes, packs, distributes, receives, holds, or imports such article shall, at the request of an officer or employee duly designated by the Secretary, permit such officer or employee, upon presentation of appropriate credentials and a written notice to such person, at reasonable times and within reasonable limits and in a reasonable manner, to have access to and copy all records relating to such article and to any other article of food that the Secretary has an opinion or conviction that is not immediately susceptible to rigorous proof that there is a moderate likelihood or chance is likely to be affected in a similar manner, that are needed to assist the Secretary in determining whether there is a reasonable probability that the use of or exposure to the food will cause serious adverse health consequences or death to humans or animals.

With such a loose definition this could easily apply to the following:
Unfluoridated water
Bee Pollen
Oxygen
Peanuts
Shellfish
Eggs
The ocean or any body of water
Sand
CO2 (no surprise here)
Alcohol



So basically they can ban anything they want.  >:(



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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #25 on: December 27, 2010, 04:31:49 AM »
Thanks Brocke for the details...

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« Reply #26 on: December 31, 2010, 12:20:40 AM »
if the state FDA, monsanto NEW WORLD ORDER minions cant run it and control; they will deem it unsafe, and seize personal property and possessions and destroy it. sorta like in Jericho when J&R came in; only thier stuff was able to be sold. we are having the same thing happening to day. they want a nanny control society.

IT IS NOT ABOUT FOOD SAFETY!!!
IT IS ALL ABOUT DEPOPULATION, EUGENICS, ENSLAVMENT AND CAUSING BAD HEALTH !!

we have a health tyranny with the UN WHO UNESCO and all the NEW WORLD ORDER minions who play voodo witch doctor gods.

"im so sorry; we do not deem natural milk and cheese to be a safe product. you have no right to want to buy and consume that. we have to keep you safe, from yourself. you need to buy FDA state and Federal (offshore) produce, your not allowed to be Amish and follow your religious tradition.  you must buy and eat our loving GMO pesiticade ridden samonella e-coli ridden food, and love it ! you understand me, slave! this is north america ! how dare you eat natural cheese and milk ! trust us, let us implement UN codex alimentarius. its for your own good. we love you. trust us. the state does no wrong, we make the grass grow, and the sun shine. you are wrong to be independent. we cant allow that. im sorry, but we're going to have to reeducate you for your own good"


god. how they pose as health professionals who actually care about our health makes me ANGRY!!

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« Reply #27 on: December 31, 2010, 08:49:15 AM »
***Bill S.510 is now known as HR 2751***

Email from Mike Adams:

In the dark of night, the US Senate passed S.510 last night with a unanimous consent voice vote (not a single US Senator opposed it).

It's now headed back to the House for a possible vote on Tuesday.

We need your help to oppose this dangerous bill that could destroy small, local organic farmers and reduce the availability of local fresh produce.

If you enjoy farmers' markets or buy food from a CSA, your food supply is now in danger due to HR 2751 in the House of Representatives! (See more talking points below...)

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Here are the talking points from FTCLDF on why this fake food safety bill is so dangerous to our future:

The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act is fundamentally flawed and is not in the best interest of small farmers, especially those who produce raw milk. The Act is a major threat to the local food movement.

1. FDA does not respect individuals' rights to obtain healthy, quality foods of their choice. The agency has stated, as a matter of public record that:

"There is no absolute right to consume or feed children any particular food."


"Plaintiffs' assertion of a 'fundamental right to their own bodily and physical health, which includes what foods they do and do not choose to consume for themselves and their families' is similarly unavailing because plaintiffs do not have a fundamental right to obtain any food they wish."

FDA has even participated in armed raids on small-scale co-ops and membership organizations. This agency should not be given any additional power.

2. FDA has adequate powers under existing law to ensure food safety and effectively deal with foodborne illness outbreaks. FDA has power to inspect, power to detain product and can readily obtain court orders to seize adulterated or misbranded food products or enjoin them from being sold. The problem isn't that FDA needs more power; it's that FDA does not effectively use the power it currently has. The agency has power to inspect imported food yet inspects only 1% of food coming into this country from outside our borders.

3. S.510 does nothing to address many significant food safety problems in this country, such as those resulting from confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs), genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and various contaminants (e.g., BPA, pesticides, herbicides, etc.).

4. FDA has used its existing power to benefit the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries at the expense of public health (e.g., allowing the overuse of antibiotics in confined animal feeding operations and refusing to require labeling for genetically-modified foods). This bill does not address the fundamental problems at this agency in order to truly protect public health.

5. S.510 will expand FDA's involvement in regulating food in intra-state commerce, further interfering with local communities. State and local governments are more than capable of handling any problems related to food in intrastate commerce. All the major outbreaks of foodborne illness involve either imported food or food in inter-state commerce.

6. S.510 will hurt our ability as a nation to be self-sufficient in food production because it has more lenient inspection requirements for foreign than domestic producers creating an unfair advantage for food imports. Giving an advantage to foreign producers will only increase the amount of food imported into this country that does not meet our domestic standards. S.510 does not address food security -- the ability of a country to produce enough food to meet its own needs.

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #28 on: December 31, 2010, 08:56:07 AM »
  

  This black guy breaks it down.  No more farmer's markets.  BS.  We have a farmers market with nearly 200 vendors every Wednesday in the spring, summer and fall.  We sell our fresh healthy pizza there with their vegetables and meats.  THIS IS WAR AGAINST THE CONGRESS, according to one of my vendor friends.  We are not going to put up with this BS!!

  Video

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27crF21vwC0
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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #29 on: December 31, 2010, 09:20:22 AM »
 

  This black guy breaks it down.  No more farmer's markets.  BS.  We have a farmers market with nearly 200 vendors every Wednesday in the spring, summer and fall.  We sell our fresh healthy pizza there with their vegetables and meats.  THIS IS WAR AGAINST THE CONGRESS, according to one of my vendor friends.  We are not going to put up with this BS!!

  Video

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27crF21vwC0

  SORRY IT DIDN'T WORK ABOVE.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27crF21vwC0
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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #30 on: December 31, 2010, 12:10:37 PM »
You know, if any other employee took as many shortcuts in their job, they would be summarily fired. Why people let them get away with that half assed bullshit and call it effective governance, I'll never know.
The resistance starts here. Unfortunately, the entire thing is moving beyond the intellectual infowar. I vow I will not make an overt rush at violent authority, until authority makes it's violent rush at me and you. I will not falter, I will not die in this course. For that is how they win.

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #31 on: December 31, 2010, 01:27:38 PM »
 SORRY IT DIDN'T WORK ABOVE.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27crF21vwC0

Excellent clip. The people are in for a mighty shock.
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So where's all the outrage from the "new Congress" over this?

On Tuesday, President Obama signed one of the most expansive food regulation bills in living memory, giving the Food and Drug Administration sweeping regulation powers over food production and distribution.

The billion-dollar Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) quickly and quietly passed through the House and Senate in the final days of the lame duck session in response to recent outbreaks of food-borne illnesses throughout the United States. The FSMA is the most sweeping food safety systems since 1938.

Previously, food distributors issued voluntary recalls when it became evident that food-borne illnesses were causing health issues. The centerpiece of the new law will allow the FDA and the Secretary of Health and Human Services to issue mandatory recalls for a variety of food products deemed unsafe.

Apart from containing immediate health threats, however, the FSMA also greatly expands regulation requirements and the FDA’s inspection authority over food manufactures. The FSMA will increase the required number of inspections and authorizes the HHS secretary to suspend the registration of food facilities, according to the official summary of the bill.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/01/04/president-obama-signs-into-law-sweeping-food-safety-bill-expanding-fdas-powers/#ixzz1A6p5wFv2

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NO BIRTH CERTIFICATE

NOT A VALID LAW

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Of course he did.  You don't have to be clairvoyant to know he would.   ::)

Hope he realizes what goes around will certainly come around!   >:(


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Obama signs food safety bill, could trigger budget battle

President Obama signed the biggest overhaul of food safety regulations in more than seven decades today, but the estimated $1.4 billion price tag could trigger a budget battle with the new Republican House.

Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Ga., incoming chairman of the House subcommittee that oversees the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, told Bloomberg News he may seek to trim back the package during budget time.

Reports Bloomberg:

    The measure, passed by Congress last month, gives the FDA more power to police domestic and international producers. It authorizes more inspections, requires most food companies to develop hazard prevention plans and gives the agency the ability to force recalls of tainted products. Implementing the law would cost about $1.4 billion over five years, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

    "There's a high possibility of trimming this whole package back," Kingston said yesterday in a telephone interview. "While it's a great re-election tool to terrify people into thinking that the food they're eating is unsafe and unsanitary, and if not for the wonderful nanny-state politicians we'd be getting sick after every meal, the system we have is doing a darn good job."

FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said she will work closely with Congress to put the new law in place.

Writing on the White House website, Hamburg said the Food Safety Modernization Act will improve "the security and safety of our nation's food supply:"

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Edit to add:  ALL THESE LAWS ARE INVALID!

If nothing else, they're at least stupid!
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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #37 on: January 06, 2011, 02:54:39 AM »
If only we could convince more people the laws are invalid. What we need is a social revolution. Get to people to start ignoring small infringing laws, then expand outward from there. They cannot arrest us all. Its like if thousands of people went out and shot every speed camera, stop light camera/ government surveillance camera all in one night, first, there would be a problem in replacing so many cameras at one time due to manufacturing limits, cost constraints and distribution limits, but it would also send a very clear, defiant message, although the persons who did it would be portrayed as vandals, not revolutionaries. We have to find a balance between all out revolution, which is certainly what they want, and passive resistance, which accomplishes nothing. I think social revolution might be the way to go, but it needs to be tailored to the problem, and not be something, like my above example, which would allow them to easily vilify the actors. Lets face it, a group goes around destroying public property, it will be made out to be more about destroying vandalizing "public" property and less about civil disobedience.

Right now so long as the interwebs is up and running, we have the technology to organize something, anything, and create a modern day "tea party" not some bastardized political rally that Glenda Beck/ Faux news can co-opt. But a legitimate act of defiance which would show people that the emperor has no clothes.
The resistance starts here. Unfortunately, the entire thing is moving beyond the intellectual infowar. I vow I will not make an overt rush at violent authority, until authority makes it's violent rush at me and you. I will not falter, I will not die in this course. For that is how they win.

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« Reply #38 on: January 06, 2011, 04:57:57 AM »
That sure sounds a lot better than the whole mob choir thing.

I think you may be on to something.

For a cop, I like the way you think.

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Re: S.510 Fake Passed in the midnight hour with Bullshit unrecorded vote SCAM
« Reply #39 on: January 06, 2011, 10:56:45 AM »
Ahem, ex-cop. ;D
The resistance starts here. Unfortunately, the entire thing is moving beyond the intellectual infowar. I vow I will not make an overt rush at violent authority, until authority makes it's violent rush at me and you. I will not falter, I will not die in this course. For that is how they win.