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US FDA Explains Food Allergen Evaluations, Offers Instructions On Making Requests For More

Executive Summary

Draft asks for comments on a guidance which will outline FDA thinking evaluating public health importance of food allergens not identified as major.. Draft also provides information on submitting requests to evaluate non-listed food allergens.

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