Delaney clause makes "disproportionate claim" on FDA resources -- EPA Commission.
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
DELANEY CLAUSE MAKES "DISPROPORTIONATE CLAIM" ON FDA RESOURCES because of its "zero cancer risk" standard for food and color additives, according to a June 13 draft report issued by an Environmental and Protection Agency advisory Commission on Risk Assessment and Risk Management. In the report, the commission proposes "a substantial modification" of the Delaney clause that would provide a "reasonable certainty of no harm" standard.
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