Presentations and Authors

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Session 1: General Issues

General issues about the ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union PDF
Dorothée André
European measures on coexistence and experiences with their implementation PDF
Joachim Schiemann
Welcome to the expedition: How does pollen end up in honey? PDF
Werner von der Ohe
Detection of GMP pollen in honey PDF
Joachim Mankertz
The German and European Honey Market Implications of the ECJ judgement PDF
Frank Filodda
Freedom of choice, coexistence and zero-tolerance PDF
Walter Haefeker

Session 2: Scientific and Economic Issues

Economic Consequences for the Worldwide Trade PDF
Justus Wesseler
Consequences of the ECJ judgement on the fair trade honey import to Germany PDF
Stephan Beck
State of the Art in Spain PDF
Esther Esteban Rodrigo
Current State of Honey Analyses in Germany PDF
Antje Krüger
Honey analysis in Lower Saxony PDF
Christine Eichner
The ECJ judgement in Case C442-09 in the honey market practice: a technical study PDF
Paula Lanzelotti


Statement Mouret PDF
Coralie Mouret
Statement Schiro PDF
Joël Schiro
Statement Mexico PDF
Luis E. Martínez Senties

Working Group Rapports

Practical measures (i) for coexistence of beekeeping with commercial cultivation of GM plants and (ii) for experimental field releases PDF
Frieder Hofmann
Detection methods for GMP pollen in honey PDF
Lutz Grohmann
Consequences of the ECJ judgement for the European honey market and honey exporting countries PDF
Dankwart Northe


Summary and take home messages PDF
Achim Gathmann

The workshop was hosted by the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection. It was scientifically supported by the Julius Kühn-Institut, Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants and the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety.