Risk assessment on Glycoalkaloids in feed and food: Occurrence data in food and feed submitted to EFSA and dietary exposure assessment for humans

  • Dieter Schrenk (Creator)
  • Margherita Bignami (Creator)
  • Laurent Bodin (Creator)
  • James Kevin Chipman (Creator)
  • Jesús del Mazo (Creator)
  • Christer Hogstrand (Creator)
  • Ron Hoogenboom (Creator)
  • Jean Charles Leblanc (Creator)
  • Carlo Stefano Nebbia (Creator)
  • Elsa Nielsen (Creator)
  • Evangelia Ntzani (Creator)
  • Annette Petersen (Creator)
  • Salomon Sand (Creator)
  • Tanja Schwerdtle (Creator)
  • Christiane Vleminckx (Creator)
  • Heather Wallace (Creator)
  • Leon Brimer (Creator)
  • Bruce Cottrill (Creator)
  • Birgit Dusemund (Creator)
  • Patrick Mulder (Creator)
  • Günter Vollmer (Creator)
  • Marco Binaglia (Creator)
  • Luisa Ramos Bordajandi (Creator)
  • Francesca Riolo (Creator)
  • Ruth Roldán Torres (Creator)
  • Bettina Grasl‐Kraupp (Creator)



UPDATE to version 2 of this upload:
Also the raw (no data cleaning applied to it) occurrence dataset as extracted from EFSA DWH is provided in csv format. This dataset is compliant with EFSA SSD model and contains two additional columns documenting issues identified in the cleaning process (column: issue) and the action taken (column: action) to address the issue (e.g. delete record or update values in specific fields).

Description - Version 1
Annex: Tables on GAs on occurrence data in food and feed, and dietary exposure assessment for humans
Table A.1. Dietary surveys used for the estimation of acute dietary exposure to GA
Table A.2. Number of results and samples per food category submitted to EFSA through the continuous call for data
Table A.3. Analytical results excluded from the final dataset used to estimate dietary exposure and the criteria applied for exclusion
Table A.4. Occurrence of alpha-chaconine and alpha-solanine (UB mg/kg) in the samples included in the final dataset (left censored results highlighted in yellow)
Table A.5. European Starch Association data on feed and potatoes for starch
Table A.6. Details acute assessment across surveys (consumption days only)
Table A.7. Comparison of exposure summary results obtained using the uniform vs the normal distribution for reduction factors
Date made available11 Aug 2020


  • glycoalkaloids (GAs)
  • occurrence
  • exposure assessment
  • food
  • feed

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