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European Commission will WhiteWash Aspartame, AminoSweet™ viz the E-Coli plague?

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« on: June 03, 2011, 07:09:59 am »

As for the brave suggestion that Aspartame is grown in the faeces of a weaponised e-coli?

I remember that aspartame is a mix of ethyl and methyl components that in nature balance the methyl toxic effects out, but that in its synthesised state there is no such balance and the methyl constituents are part of what becomes a neurotoxin and carcinogen.

So, according to Alex Jones, I just caught telling folks that this stuff is grown on e-coli ****? Well, I'm sure it's partly true at least, but what else do we have on that and the potential 'smoking-gun' link that takes the current 1000 infections and 18 deaths, now suddenly appearing in the US too, and changes the scenario away from the deadly plague of Spanish organic cucumbers and moves it into the more likely Contaminated Aspartame ROUTE?

-----------------------------------   And See: http://www.foodsafetywatch.com  ........................


News Headlines: 7 - 27 May 2011
Large E. coli outbreak in Germany linked to imported cucumbers; EFSA to assess aspartame safety; Agency publishes 2010 'incidents report'; US food safety expert warns of risks from imported foods; Most foodborne disease outbreaks in England and Wales now caused by Campylobacter; EFSA guidance for nanomaterials assessment; Recall news


Large E. coli outbreak in Germany linked to imported cucumbers


The German health authorities have reported a very large outbreak of haemolytic uraemic syndrome (HUS) in the North of the country, which has affected at least 214 people. It is one of the largest outbreaks of HUS ever recorded and is thought to be related to imported cucumbers.


Many of those affected are from the cities of Hamburg and Bremen and the majority are women. So far two deaths associated with the outbreak have been reported, but several others are being investigated. Cases have also been reported in Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and the UK, with most of those affected having recently travelled to northern Germany.


HUS is a serious complication of infection by verocytotoxigenic Escherichia coli (VTEC). The cause of the current outbreak has been identified as VTEC serotype O104, a rare strain not often reported in Europe. It is thought that, in addition to the cases of HUS, the outbreak will have affected many more people who are likely to have suffered from bloody diarrhoea.


Initial case-control studies identified the likely source as contaminated tomatoes, cucumbers, or leafy green salad vegetables. However, it has now been confirmed that the German authorities have identified a possible source as organic cucumbers imported from the Spanish provinces of Almeria and Malaga. Cucumbers from the Netherlands are also suspected.


New cases continue to be reported and the outbreak is ongoing. Consumers in northern Germany have been warned not to eat raw salad vegetables until further notice.


http://www.eurosurveillance.org/images/dynamic/EE/V16N21/art19878.pdf


http://www.food.gov.uk/news/newsarchive/2011/may/ecoliupdate


EFSA to assess aspartame safety


The European food safety Authority (EFSA) has announced that it will conduct a full re-evaluation of the safety of the artificial sweetener aspartame to be delivered in 2012.


The new risk assessment is being undertaken at the behest of the European Commission, which has asked the Authority to bring it forward from the original planned completion date of 2020. This is despite the fact that four previous requests for advice on aspartame safety have found no evidence that would initiate a re-evaluation.


EFSA is asking for new data on the ]aspartame safety and will also carry out a literature review. The Authority will be collaborating with the French food safety agency (ANSES), which is assessing sweetener risk/benefits.

 

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« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2011, 07:20:50 am »

... Without trying at all, I get this, quoted from the Independant, 1999:

http://www.mindfully.org/GE/Aspartame-GM-Bacteria.htm

"The most widely used sweetener in the world, found in fizzy drinks and sweets, is being made using a secret genetic engineering process, which some scientists claim needs further testing for toxic side-effects.

The use of genetic engineering to make aspartame has stayed secret until now because there is no modified DNA in the finished product. Monsanto, the pioneering GM food giant, which makes aspartame, insists that it is completely safe. But some scientists fear that not enough is known about the process of making it. One of the two elements that make up the sweetener can be produced by genetically engineered bacteria, and scientists say that they cannot rule out toxic side-effects.

The Independent on Sunday has found that Monsanto often uses genetically engineered bacteria to produce the sweetener at its US production plants. "We have two strains of bacteria- one is traditionally modified and one is genetically modified," said one Monsanto source. "It's got a modified enzyme. It has one amino acid different."

A Monsanto spokeswoman confirmed that aspartame for the US market is often made using genetic engineering. But sweetener supplied to British food producers is not. However, consumer groups say it is likely that some low-calorie products containing genetically engineered aspartame have been imported into Britain."


At present time, no cases in the UK have been reported.
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« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2011, 07:44:34 am »


The reason I changed title from 'EU will investigate' to 'EU will whitewash for'., is because they've done it before. In fact the EU Food Commissars have a regular 8-yr leasehold aggreement so it seems, to uphold the 'Aspartame is a unique food additive and entirely safe' decisions initially made with the help of corporate big business interests and those who like to feck those stupid enough to buy AminoSweet©™

See: http://www.aminosweet.info/news/news.asp

Ajinomoto welcomes the European Commission's request to EFSA to bring forward the re-evaluation of aspartame.

'Ajinomoto Sweeteners Europe welcomes the decision by the European Commission to ask the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to bring forward the re-evaluation of aspartame. Aspartame, in common with all other approved low calorie sweeteners, was scheduled for re-evaluation in the next eight years. Bringing forward the re-valuation of aspartame will provide EFSA with a timely opportunity to restate its position on the ingredient. EFSA reaffirmed the safety of aspartame in 2006, 2009 and 2010. In addition, recent allegations about the safety of aspartame made in France and by a handful of MEPs have already been dismissed by EFSA. This review of the extensive body of science on aspartame will provide additional confirmation of the ingredient's safety.

Of all the low calorie sweeteners, aspartame has a sweetness that most closely replicates the taste of sugar. It is, therefore, integral to many of the low calorie products people all over Europe choose and enjoy. By providing an excellent sweet taste, aspartame makes a useful contribution to a healthy, calorie-controlled diet and can help people to avoid overweight and obesity, and their associated diseases.

Aspartame is the only low calorie sweetener that is digested naturally to small amounts of common dietary components. It brings nothing new to our diet. In 2002, the European Commission's Scientific Committee on Food stated:

"Aspartame is unique among the intense sweeteners in that the intake of its component parts can be compared with intakes of the same substances from natural foods."

Aspartame is also the most thoroughly tested ingredient in our food supply. It has been the subject of over 200 scientific studies, many of which have been conducted at world-class research institutes and universities. All these studies have been scrutinised meticulously and repeatedly by regulators. Aspartame has been reviewed and found to be safe by the Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation and the World Health Organisation, by EFSA and by the regulatory agencies in more than 100 countries.'


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