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Court Suggests Critics Ask Congress To Change FDA's GRAS Rule – Same For NDI Notifications?

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Federal judge suggests consumer health and environmental advocacy groups made strong arguments about potential for unsafe ingredients in foods available in the US through the self-GRAS process, but FDA adopted and exercises the rule entirely in line with congressional intent of the authorizing legislation.

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