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Food Safety: FDA Should Strengthen Its Oversight of Food Ingredients Determined to be Generally Recognized as Safe
Food Safety: FDA Should Strengthen Its Oversight o

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By Lisa Shames (au)
Year: 2010
Pages: 74
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437930093

FDA is not required to review substances, such as spices and preservatives, added to food that are Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) for their intended use. A few substances previously considered GRAS have later been banned; and concerns have been raised about the safety of other GRAS substances, including materials manufactured at a tiny scale to take advantage of novel properties. This report reviewed the extent to which: (1) FDA's oversight of new GRAS determinations helps ensure the safety of these substances; (2) FDA ensures the continued safety of current GRAS substances; and (3) FDA's approach to regulating engineered nano-materials in GRAS substances helps ensure the safety of the food supply. Illus.

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