South Korea publicly solicits opinions on the report on the safety review of the food additive maltoamylase derived from genetically modified organisms
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  Food Partner Network News On January 11, the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) issued a message saying that the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety The safety review result report of the food additive maltose amylase (trade name:Optimax L-2500), which is derived from genetically modified corn 3272 and genetically modified microorganisms reviewed by the Safety Review Committee, solicits national opinions. However, the safety review is based on scientific facts. If the opinions put forward are in line with scientific facts and logic, they can be discussed.
   The above comments will be collected until February 10, 2021.
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