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Food Safety: FDA Should Strengthen Its Oversight of Food Ingredients Determined to be Generally Recognized as Safe
Lisa Shames (au)
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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