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The Private Testing of Mad Cow Disease: Legal Issues

The Private Testing of Mad Cow Disease: Legal Issues

Date: December 3, 2004
Creator: Vina, Stephen R
Description: None
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The Private Testing of Mad Cow Disease: Legal Issues

The Private Testing of Mad Cow Disease: Legal Issues

Date: December 3, 2004
Creator: Vina, Stephen R
Description: None
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The Delaney Clause: The Dilemma of Regulating Health Risk for Pesticide Residues

The Delaney Clause: The Dilemma of Regulating Health Risk for Pesticide Residues

Date: November 9, 1992
Creator: Vogt, Donna U
Description: Under the authority of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is responsible for establishing tolerances for pesticide residues in or on foods and feeds. Tolerances are legal limits to the amount of pesticide residues that can be found on a raw agricultural commodity at the farm gate or in a processed food. The FFDCA has two sections, 408 and 409, which set up different and inconsistent criteria for setting tolerances for pesticide residues in foods.
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The Delaney Dilemma: Regulating Pesticide Residues in Foods -- Seminar Proceedings, March 16, 1993

The Delaney Dilemma: Regulating Pesticide Residues in Foods -- Seminar Proceedings, March 16, 1993

Date: May 19, 1993
Creator: Vogt, Donna U
Description: A provision in the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, the Delaney Clause, appears to lower risks in the setting of tolerances for pesticide residues. It prohibits any substance from being added to processed foods if it induces cancer in man or animals. In reality, the provision created a dilemma because the zero-risk statute makes it difficult to regulate pesticides. Because of the prescription of Delaney, tolerances (legal limits) are established differently for carcinogens and non-carcinogens and in raw and processed foods.
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Federal Regulatory Structure for Egg Safety: Fact Sheet

Federal Regulatory Structure for Egg Safety: Fact Sheet

Date: September 21, 1999
Creator: Vogt, Donna U
Description: None
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Food Additive Regulations: A Chronology

Food Additive Regulations: A Chronology

Date: September 13, 1995
Creator: Vogt, Donna U
Description: None
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Food and Drug Administration: Selected Funding and Policy Issues

Food and Drug Administration: Selected Funding and Policy Issues

Date: June 9, 1998
Creator: Vogt, Donna U
Description: None
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Food and Drug Administration: Selected Funding and Policy Issues for FY2000

Food and Drug Administration: Selected Funding and Policy Issues for FY2000

Date: January 31, 2000
Creator: Vogt, Donna U
Description: None
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Food Safety Issues in the 106th Congress

Food Safety Issues in the 106th Congress

Date: November 7, 2000
Creator: Vogt, Donna U
Description: None
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Food Safety Issues in the 107th Congress

Food Safety Issues in the 107th Congress

Date: November 7, 2001
Creator: Vogt, Donna U
Description: None
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