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FEED UNITSCIENTIFIC PANEL ON ADDITIVES AND PRODUCTS ORSUBSTANCES USED IN ANIMAL FEEDMINUTES OF THE 34th MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP ONANIMAL NUTRITIONTele-webconference, 11-12 February 2021(Agreed on 19 February 2021)Participants Working Group Members: 1Vasileios Bampidis (Chair), Noël Dierick, Jürgen Gropp, Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso,Secundino López Puente, Giovanna Martelli, Alena Pechová, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen Hearing Experts:Not Applicable European Commission and/or Member States representatives:Not Applicable EFSA:Feed unit: Montserrat Anguita, Orsolya Holczknecht, Elisa Pettenati, Fabiola Pizzo and MariaVittoria Vettori Others:Not Applicable1. Welcome and apologies for absenceEFSA welcomed the participants. No Apologies were received.Vasileios Bampidis, Noël Dierick, Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso, Secundino López Puente, Giovanna Martelli and AlenaPechová participated only to items 4.2 to 4.4.1European Food Safety AuthorityVia Carlo Magno 1A – 43126 Parma, ItalyTel. 39 0521 036 111info@efsa.europa.eu www.efsa.europa.eu

2. Adoption of agendaThe agenda was adopted without modifications.3. Declarations of Interest of Working Groups membersIn accordance with EFSA’s Policy on Independence2 and the Decision of the Executive Director onCompeting Interest Management3, EFSA screened the Annual Declarations of Interest filled out by theWorking Group members invited to the present meeting. No Conflicts of Interest related to the issuesdiscussed in this meeting have been identified during the screening process, and no interests weredeclared orally by the members at the beginning of this meeting.4. Scientific topics for discussion4.1. The Working Group (WG) discussed the applications on Coxidin (Monensin sodium) forchickens for fattening, chickens reared for laying, turkeys for fattening, turkeysreared for breeding (EFSA-Q-2020-00405;EFSA-Q-2016-00643; EFSA-Q-2020-00837and EFESA-Q-2021-00074) and decided to contact the applicant for issues that requiredclarification.4.2. The WG discussed further the application on AVIMATRIX Z (preparation of benzoic acid,calcium formate and fumaric acid) for all avian species other than laying birds (EFSA-Q2020-00546) and finalised the sections on the safety and efficacy for the target species.4.3. The WG discussed the application on Bovaer 10 (3-nitrooxypropanol) for dairy cows formilk production, cows for reproduction, dairy sheep for milk production, ewes forreproduction, dairy goats for milk production, goats for reproduction, other ruminants formilk production, other ruminants for reproduction (EFSA-Q-2019-00592) and finalised thesections on the tolerance and efficacy for the target species.4.4. The WG discussed the application on Vitamin B2 (98%) and Vitamin B2 (80%) as riboflavinproduced by Bacillus subtilis KCCM-10445 as a feed additive for all animal species (EFSAQ-2020-00160) and decided that further discussion is needed.4.5. The following item was not discussed: Maxiban G160 (Narasin and Nicarbazin) for chickensfor fattening (EFSA-Q-2019-00739).5. Any Other BusinessNot applicable6. Next meeting5th of es/corporate publications/files/policy fault/files/corporate publications/files/competing interest management 17.pdf2

FEED UNITSCIENTIFIC PANEL ON ADDITIVES AND PRODUCTS ORSUBSTANCES USED IN ANIMAL FEEDMINUTES OF THE 33rd MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP ONANIMAL NUTRITIONTele-webconference, 14-15 January 2021(Agreed on 27 January 2021)Participants Working Group Members: 1Vasileios Bampidis (Chair), Noël Dierick, Jürgen Gropp, Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso,Secundino López Puente, Giovanna Martelli, Alena Pechová, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen Hearing Experts:Not Applicable European Commission and/or Member States representatives:Not Applicable EFSA:Feed unit: Angelica Amaduzzi, Montserrat Anguita, Rosella Brozzi, Lucilla Gregoretti, GloriaLópez Gálvez, Orsolya Holczknecht, Jordi Tarrés Call and Maria Vittoria Vettori Others:Not Applicable1. Welcome and apologies for absenceEFSA welcomed the participants. No Apologies were received.1Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen participated to the discussion of item 4.1; Jürgen Gropp participated to items 4.1 and4.8; Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso, Secundino López Puente, and Alena Pechová participated to items 4.2 to 4.7 and;Vasileios Bampidis, Noël Dierick, and Giovanna Martelli participated to the discussion of items 4.2 to 4.8.European Food Safety AuthorityVia Carlo Magno 1A – 43126 Parma, ItalyTel. 39 0521 036 111info@efsa.europa.eu www.efsa.europa.eu

2. Adoption of agendaThe agenda was adopted without modifications.3. Declarations of Interest of Working Groups membersIn accordance with EFSA’s Policy on Independence2 and the Decision of the Executive Director onCompeting Interest Management3, EFSA screened the Annual Declarations of Interest filled out by theWorking Group members invited to the present meeting. No Conflicts of Interest related to the issuesdiscussed in this meeting have been identified during the screening process, and no interests weredeclared orally by the members at the beginning of this meeting.4. Scientific topics for discussion4.1. The Working Group (WG) continued the discussion on the application Sacox (salinomycinsodium) for rabbits for fattening (EFSA-Q-2020-00282) and decided that further discussionis needed.4.2. The WG discussed the application on Bafasal (preparation of bacteriophages F/00069,F/00070, F/00071 and F/00097 infecting Salmonella enterica ser. Gallinarum B/00111) forall avian species (EFSA-Q-2017-00724) and finalised the relevant sections regarding thesafety and efficacy for the target species.4.3. The WG discussed further the application on Biacton (Lactobacillus farciminis CNCM I3740) for laying hens, chickens and turkeys for fattening (EFSA-Q-2020-00699) andfinalised the efficacy section.4.4. The WG discussed the application on AQ02 (Lactobacillus plantarum CECT 8350 andLactobacillus reuteri CECT 8700) for suckling piglets (EFSA-Q-2019-00487) and decidedthat further discussion is needed.4.5. The WG discussed the application on copper chelate of ethylenediamine for all animalspecies (EFSA-Q-2019-00059) and finalised the sections on the safety and efficacy for thetarget species.4.6. The WG discussed the application on iron chelate of ethylenediamine for all animal species(EFSA-Q-2018-01016) and finalised the sections on the safety and efficacy for the targetspecies.4.7. The WG continued the discussion on Kemtrace chromium (chromium propionate) for allgrowing poultry species (EFSA-Q-2019-00804) and finalised the section on the safety forthe target species.4.8. The WG discussed the application on Creamino (guanidinoacetic acid) for all animal species(EFSA-Q-2020-00521) and decided that further discussion is needed.4.9. The following item was not discussed: Maxiban G160 (Narasin and Nicarbazin) for chickensfor fattening tes/default/files/corporate publications/files/policy fault/files/corporate publications/files/competing interest management 17.pdf2

5. Any Other BusinessNot applicable6. Next meeting11-12 February 20213

FEED UNITSCIENTIFIC PANEL ON ADDITIVES AND PRODUCTS ORSUBSTANCES USED IN ANIMAL FEEDMINUTES OF THE 32nd MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP ONANIMAL NUTRITIONTele-webconference, 27 November, 10 and 11 December 2020(Agreed on 17 December 2020)Participants Working Group Members: 1Vasileios Bampidis (Chair), Noël Dierick, Jürgen Gropp, Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso,Secundino López Puente, Giovanna Martelli, Alena Pechová, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen Hearing Experts:Not Applicable European Commission and/or Member States representatives:Not Applicable EFSA:Feed unit: Angelica Amaduzzi, Montserrat Anguita, Rosella Brozzi, Lucilla Gregoretti, GloriaLópez Gálvez, Orsolya Holczknecht and Maria Vittoria Vettori Others:Not Applicable1. Welcome and apologies for absenceEFSA welcomed the participants. No Apologies were received.1Jürgen Gropp, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen participated to the discussion of items 4.1 to 4.3; Vasileios Bampidis(Chair), Noël Dierick, Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso, Secundino López Puente, Giovanna Martelli and Alena Pechováparticipated to the discussion of items 4.4 to 4.13.European Food Safety AuthorityVia Carlo Magno 1A – 43126 Parma, ItalyTel. 39 0521 036 111info@efsa.europa.eu www.efsa.europa.eu

2. Adoption of agendaThe agenda was adopted without modifications.3. Declarations of Interest of Working Groups membersIn accordance with EFSA’s Policy on Independence2 and the Decision of the Executive Director onCompeting Interest Management3, EFSA screened the Annual Declarations of Interest filled out by theWorking Group members invited to the present meeting. No Conflicts of Interest related to the issuesdiscussed in this meeting have been identified during the screening process, and no interests weredeclared orally by the members at the beginning of this meeting.4. Scientific topics for discussion4.1. The Working Group (WG) continued the discussion on the application Maxiban G160(Narasin and Nicarbazin) for chickens for fattening (EFSA-Q-2019-00739) and decided thatfurther discussion is needed.4.2. The WG continued the discussion on the application Deccox (E756) for chickens forfattening (EFSA-Q-2020-00324) and decided to present the draft opinion, modifiedaccordingly, to the Plenary meeting.4.3. The WG discussed the application on Coxam (Amprolium) for chickens for fattening andchickens reared for laying (EFSA-Q-2020-00535) and decided to present the draft opinion,modified accordingly, to the Plenary meeting.4.4. The WG continued the discussion on Kemtrace chromium (chromium propionate) for allgrowing poultry species (EFSA-Q-2019-00804) and finalised the relevant sections of thedraft opinion.4.5. The WG discussed further the application on Manganese chelates of lysine and glutamicacid for all animal species (EFSA-Q-2020-00310) and finalised the section on the safetyfor the target species of the draft opinion.4.6. The WG continued the discussion on the application B-Act (Bacillus licheniformis DSM28710) for laying hens, minor poultry for laying, poultry species for breeding purposes andornamental birds (EFSA-Q-2019-00525) and finalised the section on efficacy of the draftopinion.4.7. The WG discussed the application on Biacton (Lactobacillus farciminis CNCM I-3740) forlaying hens, chickens and turkeys for fattening (EFSA-Q-2020-00699) and decided toinform the applicant on issues that require clarifications.4.8. The WG discussed the application on Formi LHS (potassium diformate) for piglets (weaned)and pigs for fattening (EFSA-Q-2019-00260) and finalised the section on the safety for thetarget species of the draft opinion.4.9. The WG continued the discussion on the application Balancius (Muramidase) for piglets(weaned) (EFSA-Q-2020-00199) and finalised the relevant sections of the draft files/corporate publications/files/policy fault/files/corporate publications/files/competing interest management 17.pdf2

4.10. The WG discussed the application on GMP (Disodium 5’-guanylate) produced byfermentation with Corynebacterium ammoniagenes KCCM10530 and Escherichia coli K-12(KFCC 11067) for all animal species (EFSA-Q-2020-00267) and decided that furtherdiscussion is needed.4.11. The WG continued the discussion on the application Belfeed B MP/ML (endo-1,4-betaxylanase EC 3.2.1.8 produced by Bacillus subtilis LMG S-15136) for pigs and sows, in orderto have benefit in piglets (EFSA-Q-2020-00444) and decided to present the draft opinion,modified accordingly, to the Plenary meeting.4.12. The WG discussed the application on Copper chelate of Ethylenediamine (CuEDA) for allanimal species (EFSA-Q-2019-00059) and finalised the section on the safety for the targetspecies of the draft opinion.4.13. The WG discussed the application on BIO-THREE (Bacillus subtilis TO-A (BS),Enterococcus faecium T-110 (EF), Clostridium butyricum TO-A (CB)) for chickens forfattening, chickens reared for laying, turkeys for fattening, turkeys reared for breeding,minor poultry species (EFSA-Q-2020-00556) and decided to inform the applicant on issuesthat require clarifications.4.14. The following items were not discussed: Bafasal (preparation of bacteriophages F/00069,F/00070, F/00071 and F/00097 infecting Salmonella enterica ser. Gallinarum B/00111) forall avian species (EFSA-Q-2017-00724), iron chelate of ethylenediamine for all animalspecies (EFSA-Q-2018-01016) and Sacox (Dalinomycin sodium) for rabbits for fattening(EFSA-Q-2020-00282).5. Any Other BusinessNot applicable6. Next meeting14-15 January 20213

FEED UNITSCIENTIFIC PANEL ON ADDITIVES AND PRODUCTS ORSUBSTANCES USED IN ANIMAL FEEDMINUTES OF THE 31st MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP ONANIMAL NUTRITIONTele-webconference, 5-6 November 2020(Agreed on 6 November 2020)Participants Working Group Members: 1Vasileios Bampidis (Chair), Noël Dierick, Jürgen Gropp, Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso,Secundino López Puente, Giovanna Martelli, Alena Pechová, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen Hearing Experts:Not Applicable European Commission and/or Member States representatives:Not Applicable EFSA:Feed unit: Angelica Amaduzzi, Montserrat Anguita, Rosella Brozzi, Lucilla Gregoretti, GloriaLópez Gálvez, Orsolya Holczknecht and Maria Vittoria Vettori Others:Not Applicable1. Welcome and apologies for absenceEFSA welcomed the participants. No Apologies were received.1Jürgen Gropp, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen participated to the discussion of items 4.1 and 4.2; Vasileios Bampidis(Chair), Noël Dierick, Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso, Secundino López Puente, Giovanna Martelli and Alena Pechováparticipated to the discussion of items 4.3 to 4.9.European Food Safety AuthorityVia Carlo Magno 1A – 43126 Parma, ItalyTel. 39 0521 036 111info@efsa.europa.eu www.efsa.europa.eu

2. Adoption of agendaThe agenda was adopted without modifications.3. Declarations of Interest of Working Groups membersIn accordance with EFSA’s Policy on Independence2 and the Decision of the Executive Director onCompeting Interest Management3, EFSA screened the Annual Declarations of Interest f illed out by theWorking Group members invited to the present meeting. No Conflicts of Interest related to the issuesdiscussed in this meeting have been identif ied during the screening process, and no interests weredeclared orally by the members at the beginning of this meeting.4. Scientific topics for discussion4.1. The WG discussed the application on Maxiban G160 (Narasin and Nicarbazin) f or chickensf or f attening (EFSA-Q-2019-00739) and decided that f urther discussion is needed.4.2. The WG discussed the application on Nilablend 200G (Lasalocid A sodium – Nicarbazin) forchickens f or f attening (EFSA-Q-2019-00591) and f inalised the sections on the saf ety andef ficacy for the target species.4.3. The WG discussed the application on 31 f lavouring compounds belonging to dif ferentchemically def ined groups for all animal species (EFSA-Q-2020-00175) and f inalised thesection on the saf ety f or the target species.4.4. The WG discussed the application on Zinc chelate of ethylenediamine as a f eed additivef or all animal species (EFSA-Q-2018-00689) and f inalised the section on the safety for thetarget species.4.5. The WG discussed the application on manganese chelate of ethylenediamine as feedadditive f or all animal species (EFSA-Q-2018-00713) and finalised the section on the safetyf or the target species.4.6. The WG discussed the application on iron chelate of ethylenediamine for all animal species(EFSA-Q-2018-01016) and decided that f urther discussion is needed.4.7. The WG discussed the application on Manganese chelates of lysine and glutamic acid forall animal species (EFSA-Q-2020-00310) and f inalised the section on the saf ety f or thetarget species.4.8. The WG discussed the opinion on Baf asal (preparation of bacteriophages F/00069,F/00070, F/00071 and F/00097 infecting Salmonella enterica ser. Gallinarum B/00111) forall avian species (EFSA-Q-2017-00724) and decided that f urther discussion is needed.4.9. The WG discussed the application on B-Act (Bacillus licheniformis DSM 28710) f or layinghens, minor poultry for laying, poultry species for breeding purposes and ornamental birds(EFSA-Q-2019-00525) and decided that f urther discussion is needed.4.10.The f ollowing items were not discussed: Kemtrace chromium (chromium propionate) forall growing poultry species (EFSA-Q-2019-00804), Deccox (E756) f or chickens /corporate publications/files/policy fault/files/corporate publications/files/competing interest management 17.pdf2

f attening (EFSA-Q-2020-00324) and Formi LHS (potassium dif ormate) f or piglets(weaned) and pigs f or f attening (EFSA-Q-2019-00260).5. Any Other BusinessNot applicable6. Next meeting27th of November 20203

FEED UNITSCIENTIFIC PANEL ON ADDITIVES AND PRODUCTS ORSUBSTANCES USED IN ANIMAL FEEDMINUTES OF THE 30th MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP ONANIMAL NUTRITIONTele-webconference, 16 October 2020(Agreed on 16 October 2020)Participants Working Group Members:Jürgen Gropp, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen Hearing Experts:Not Applicable European Commission and/or Member States representatives:Not Applicable EFSA:Feed unit: Montserrat Anguita, Orsolya Holczknecht and Maria Vittoria Vettori Others:Not Applicable1. Welcome and apologies for absenceEFSA welcomed the participants. No Apologies were received.2. Adoption of agendaThe agenda was adopted without modifications.European Food Safety AuthorityVia Carlo Magno 1A – 43126 Parma, ItalyTel. 39 0521 036 111info@efsa.europa.eu www.efsa.europa.eu

3. Declarations of Interest of Working Groups membersIn accordance with EFSA’s Policy on Independence1 and the Decision of the Executive Director onCompeting Interest Management2, EFSA screened the Annual Declarations of Interest f illed out by theWorking Group members invited to the present meeting. No Conflicts of Interest related to the issuesdiscussed in this meeting have been identif ied during the screening process, and no interests weredeclared orally by the members at the beginning of this meeting.4. Scientific topics for discussion4.1. The WG discussed the opinion on Deccox (E756) for chickens for fattening (EFSA-Q-202000324) and decided to contact the applicant f or issues that required clarification.5. Any Other BusinessNot applicable6. Next meeting5 and 6 of November s/corporate publications/files/policy fault/files/corporate publications/files/competing interest management 17.pdf2

FEED UNITSCIENTIFIC PANEL ON ADDITIVES AND PRODUCTS ORSUBSTANCES USED IN ANIMAL FEEDMINUTES OF THE 29th MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP ONANIMAL NUTRITIONTele-webconference, 2 October 2020(Agreed on 5 October 2020 by written procedure)Participants Working Group Members: 1Vasileios Bampidis (Chair), Noël Dierick, Jürgen Gropp, Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso,Secundino López Puente, Giovanna Martelli, Alena Pechová, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen Hearing Experts:Not Applicable European Commission and/or Member States representatives:Not Applicable EFSA:Feed unit: Montserrat Anguita, Orsolya Holczknecht and Maria Vittoria Vettori Others:Not Applicable1. Welcome and apologies for absenceEFSA welcomed the participants. No Apologies were received.1Jürgen Gropp, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen participated to the discussion of items 4.1 to 4.3; Vasileios Bampidis(Chair), Noël Dierick, Maryline Ko

ANIMAL NUTRITION Tele-webconference, 27 November, 10 and 11 December 2020 (Agreed on 17 December 2020) Participants Working Group Members:1 Vasileios Bampidis (Chair), Noël Dierick, Jürgen Gropp, Maryline Kouba, Marta López-Alonso, Secundino López Puente, Giovanna Martelli, Alena Pechová, Mariana Petkova and Guido Rychen Hearing Experts: Not Applicable European Commission and/or Member .

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