A new list of recommended analysis methods for the use of certain botanicals in food supplements has been published by the Belgian Federal Public Service Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment. A list of 119 plants has been drawn up based on the scientific advice of the Advisory Commission on Botanicals. The methods listed in this document are to be used to check, among others, whether the food supplements comply with the maximum levels or whether the substances are below the threshold values as laid down in the Belgian Royal Decree on Botanicals.

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