Wij beschikken over verschillende HACCP gevarentabellen. Hieronder zie je de HACCP gevarentabel die wij hebben samengesteld omtrent het onderwerp ‘’. Aangezien deze tabel zeer uitgebreid is, raden wij aan om van onderstaande download gebruik te maken om de tabel goed te kunnen bekijken.


Pesticides (herbicides, fungicides, insecticides)Vegetables, spices and herbsmax. amount. acceptance and usage of is regulated in the Wet gewasbeschermingsmiddelen en biociden (Wgb) and the Verordening (EG) Nr. 396/2005.Low deviation percentages are found for dutch cultivation.
PAK’s (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon), Benzo(a)pyrene.Oils/fats, smoked meatproducts, aromas etc.Maximum levels according to Regulation (EC) 1881/2006Formed during combustion processes (baking, roasting, bbq). Carcinogenic PAH’s induce cancer in the lungs and the digestive tract.
Dioxin: Polychlorinated dibenzodioxins (PCDD’s), Polychlorinated dibenzofurans PCDF’s, 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin (TCDD).Herbs (through Feed) and , (especially fatty fish such as herring and salmon) and Vegetables, Oils/fats, dairy and eggsMaximum levels according to Regulation (EC) 1881/2006Formed from chlorinated linkages during heating with low oxygen levels. Carcinogenic for humans and animals above a threshold level.
PCB’s (Collective name for a group of 209 sythetic substances that aren’t naturally found or formed in nature).Herbs (through Feed) poultry, fish (especially fatty fish such as herring and salmon), Vegetables, Oils/fats, dairy and eggsMaximum levels according to Regulation (EC) 1881/2006Carcinogenic for animals and humans. Moreover it might induce: skin disorders, reproductive toxicity and liver diseases. PCB’s burn above 1200 ° C, are insoluble and applied as plasticizer, paint, ink, lacquer, glue and in insecticides.
Polybrominated diphenyl ethersthrough water in fish.
3-MCPD (3-monochloropropane-1,2-diol)Hydrolyzed plantbased protein, soy sauce (ketjap).Might be formed during hydrochloric acid treatment of the raw protein for production of the hydrolyzed platbased protein.
--phtalate-badge-bisphenol-aNo instructions from research for riskful situations regarding .
Heavy metals (lead, cadmium, tin, mercury, arsenic)Vegetables, spices, herbs, herbs (heavy metals might contaminate food through air, water and soil).Maximum levels according to Regulation (EC) 1881/2006Cd might occur in Batteries, plastics and paint. Cd might induce lung cancer and kidney malfunctions. Pb is neurotoxic and could induce anemia and miscarriages.
Azo dye and similar colorants (o.a pararood en soedanrood 1 t/m 4).spices and herbs: chili peper, bell pepper powder, chili powder, coarse peper, cayenne peper and palmoil.ForbiddenCertificates of are mandatory from the importing party and randomly sampling is conducted by memberstates.
Residues: (animal)medicines, antibiotics, anti-microbial substances, growth promotors and vitamins.HerbsForbiddenHerbs inspection. for each drug is a Maximum Residue Level (MRL) established with a specific accepted amount in herbs, liver, kidney, fat, milken and eggs. The usage of Chloramphenicol and nitrofuran is forbidden in the EU and VS while still accepted in some Asian countries.
Residue: hormonesHerbsForbiddenHerbs inspection (growth hormones generally not directly carcinogenic or gentoxic but still containing some risks).
AcrylamideFries and toasts
Nitrate / nitriteGreen Vegetablesmax. Amount forms by heating of nitrate. Nitrite is only harmful in an acidic since nitrosamines can be formed easily (in the stomach) and therefore could it cause stomach and liver cancer.
DPTG dimer and polymer triglycerides.Frying fatmaximum 16% (max. 27% for polar components)Formed during food processing.
Free fatty acids (FFA)Frying fatmaximum increase of 4.5; FFA during food processing.
Other contaminantsFrying fatFor Dutch legislation look at ‘Bereiding en behandeling levensmiddelen art.9Prepared from , as : fat from sludge trap, destruction. material, wastewater etc.
AllergensGeneralVO (EU) 1169/2011Give it extra attention when it is known that cross is possible at level.
GMOSoy and maizesee guidelinesGive it extra attention when known that cross contamination is possible at supplier level.
LubricantsGeneralForbiddenShouldn’t be contaminated through production of the process.
Cleaning and desinfectantsGeneralForbiddenShouldn’t be contaminated through production of the process.
RefrigerantsCooled and foodprodcutsForbiddenShouldn’t be contaminated through production of the process .
Components as consequence of fatoxidation.herbs (products), dairy products (containing normal amounts of fat) and every other known as “fatty” product.Accepted, no direct consequences for public health.Fatoxidation causes deteoration of organoleptic characteristics. Throuhg the reaction of oxygen with the formed aldehydes can acetic acid, formic acid and propionic acidbe formed. This induces rancidity.
CaramelisationProducts with sugar
Maillard-reactionProtein rich productsMight cause a shortage of essential amino acid .
Growth promotors; anabolic steroids, categorised in three groups: oestrogenic-, androgenic- en progestogenic steroids. Synthetisch prepared steroids: ethinylestradiol, diethylstilbestrol (DES), trenbolone, Medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA).HerbsEnergy used for the growth of the animal will be focussed on the manufacturing of proteins at the cost of fats.
Growth promotors; Beta agonists. Known as: clenbuterol, salbutamol and bromobuterol.HerbsResponsible for the breaking down of fats and production of proteins (repartition drugs).
Organotin-bonds: monobutyltin, dibutyltin en tributyltin.Used as stabilizors and ressistant substance. Absorbable through the skin.
Mineral oilsIn almost all foodproducts trouhg migration from pakkaging or contamination during production process.Complex mix of aliphatic hydrocarbons, naphthalenes and aromatics. Several are Carcinogenic. Some Synthetic prepared Hydrocarbon oils are considered part of minerals and oils. Biggest polluting sources are: cotton burlap bags, plastics, carton, printing inks, lubricants and recycled fat in animal feed.