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  • 04/01/2018
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Nitrosamines

EUROMALT has kindly shared its briefing note on NDMA. The EUROMALT procedure on the governance of briefing notes does not allow for them to be released through an economic format. Please contact The Brewers of Europe Secretariat should you be interested in obtaining more information.

  • brew
  • 24/12/2017
  • 160
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Cadmium

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.

  • brew
  • 20/12/2015
  • 165
  • Beer safety and quality

Acrylamide

Technical Information Sheets have been developed to assist breweries in their awareness and understanding of potential issues relating to food safety as they apply to beer and its raw material ingredients. Please read the Guidance on the use of The Brewers of Europe Technical Information Sheet.

  • brew
  • 20/12/2015
  • 153
  • Beer safety and quality

Aluminium

Technical Information Sheets have been developed to assist breweries in their awareness and understanding of potential issues relating to food safety as they apply to beer and its raw material ingredients. Please read the Guidance on the use of The Brewers of Europe Technical Information Sheet.

  • brew
  • 20/12/2015
  • 161
  • Beer safety and quality

Masked contaminants

Technical Information Sheets have been developed to assist breweries in their awareness and understanding of potential issues relating to food safety as they apply to beer and its raw material ingredients. Please read the Guidance on the use of The Brewers of Europe Technical Information Sheet.

  • brew
  • 22/12/2013
  • 153
  • Beer safety and quality

PET

Technical Information Sheets have been developed to assist breweries in their awareness and understanding of potential issues relating to food safety as they apply to beer and its raw material ingredients. Please read the Guidance on the use of The Brewers of Europe Technical Information Sheet.

  • brew
  • 03/07/2013
  • 161
  • Beer safety and quality

Benzene

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 146
  • Beer safety and quality

Polyvinylpolypyrrolidone

Technical Information Sheets have been developed to assist breweries in their awareness and understanding of potential issues relating to food safety as they apply to beer and its raw material ingredients. Please read the Guidance on the use of The Brewers of Europe Technical Information Sheet.

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 159
  • Beer safety and quality

Antimony

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 162
  • Beer safety and quality

Bromide / Bromate

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 153
  • Beer safety and quality

Heat generated toxins

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 137
  • Beer safety and quality

Lead

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.
 

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 143
  • Beer safety and quality

Pesticides

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 146
  • Beer safety and quality

T-2 and HT-2

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 153
  • Beer safety and quality

Volatile halogenated hydrocarbons

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.
 

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 162
  • Beer safety and quality

Pathogens

Technical Information Sheets have been developed to assist breweries in their awareness and understanding of potential issues relating to food safety as they apply to beer and its raw material ingredients. Please read the Guidance on the use of The Brewers of Europe Technical Information Sheet.

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 153
  • Beer safety and quality

Arsenic

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 156
  • Beer safety and quality

Azodicarbonamide and semicarbazide

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes

  • brew
  • 23/12/2012
  • 161
  • Beer safety and quality

Cobalt

The objective of the BBPA Briefing Note is to avoid being caught unprepared if there is a food safety scare or incident that impacts beer. Protection of the beer category as a whole is the first line of defence in protecting individual brands. Please read the Guidance on use of the BBPA Briefing Notes.