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Delaney clause should be modified to permit color additive quantitative risk -- commission.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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DELANEY CLAUSE MODIFICATION TO PERMIT COLOR ADDITIVE QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT should take place, the Presidential/Congressional Commission on Risk Assessment and Risk Management recommended in its "Final Report on Regulatory Decision-Making" issued March 7. "The language of the Delaney clause should be modified to permit consideration of the quantitative risk that a covered food additive or color additive might pose," the 10-member Environmental Protection Agency commission said.
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