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Record number 450404
Title Toelatingsprocedure voor insecten als mini-vee. Voor het plaatsen van nieuwe insectensoorten op de lijst voor productie te houden dieren.
Author(s) Hakman, A.; Peters, M.; Huis, A. van
Source Wageningen : Laboratorium voor Entomologie WUR - 37
Department(s) Laboratory of Entomology
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) entomologie - dierlijke productie - insecten - wetgeving - selectiecriteria - dierenwelzijn - entomology - animal production - insects - legislation - selection criteria - animal welfare
Categories Agricultural Entomology / Animal Husbandry (General) / Farm and Captive Animals (General)
Abstract Article 34 of the Dutch Animal health and welfare act (Gezondheids- en welzijnswet voor dieren), which will be replaced by article 2.3 of the new Animal act (Wet dieren), states that it is forbidden to keep animals for the production of products derived from these animals, with the exception of the animals that are mentioned in the decree to designate animals that are allowed to be kept for production purposes (Besluit aanwijzing voor productie te houden dieren) (1997). According to the Green Deal “Insects for feed, food and pharma”, there is the need for a procedure to add new insect species to the list with animals that are allowed to be kept for production purposes.
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