This column includes sources that are predominantly in favor of current Codex activities related to the Guidelines
are maintaining a neutral position.
Official websites Codex Alimentarius;
World Health Organization (WHO);
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
U.S. Codex Office – Website is part of the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) of US Department of Agriculture. However, the government’s “Responses to Questions about Codex and Dietary Supplements” is presented by the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Council For Responsible Nutrition – CRN has posted Myths and Facts on Codex and WTO
European Union – The European Parliment and the Council of the European Union (EU) passed the EU Food Supplements Directive. Related documents include the EU Pharmaceuticals Directive and EU Pharmaceuticals Directive 2004 Revisions
This column includes sources that are predominantly not in favor of current Codex activities related to the Guidelines
are somewhat in favor but have serious concerns.
National Health Federation – NHF site has a Codex section including article by Carolyn Dean, MD, ND “An Overview of Codex and the Mindset of Those Who Seek to Control Us”; article by Scott Tips “Codex Breaks its Own Rules!”; article by Representative Ron Paul “Dr. Ron Paul Speaks Out on the Real Issue Inherent in Codex”
Citizens for Health – CFH has posted press release by James J. Gromley Myths and Facts
Dr. Rath Health Foundation – Site posted report of November 2004 completion of Guidelines by Paul Anthony Taylor “Codex Guidelines for Vitamin and Mineral Supplements: The Controversy Continues”.
Sepp Hasslberger Networking For A Better Future site includes Codex Alimentarius To Approve ‘Vitamin Guidelines’ and European Health Legislation, Codex And The Sustainability Of Health Care