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by Erik Millstone,John Abraham
Author: Erik Millstone,John Abraham
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd (January 28, 1988)
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by Erik Millstone and John Abraham.
by Erik Millstone and John Abraham. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780140512236. Release Date:January 1988.
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Author of The atlas of food, Lead and public health, BSE: RISK, SCIENCE AND GOVERNANCE; PATRICK VAN ZWANENBURG. ET AL, Atlas de l'alimentation dans le monde, Food Additives, Food additives, Additives, The Penguin atlas of food. Atlas de l'alimentation dans le monde. The Penguin atlas of food.
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Erik Millstone is Professor of Science Policy at the University of Sussex, United Kingdom. Tim Lang is Professor of Food Policy at City University, London, Chair of Sustain, and is a consultant to the World Health Organization.
The concepts and methods used by regulatory agencies worldwide to assess the safety of flavouring additives were designed by and for the flavouring industry. They embody and embed, in routine regulatory practice, the industry’s commercial interests in minimising regulatory costs and the risk that the market for its products might be restricted. The concepts and methods used by regulatory agencies worldwide to assess the safety of flavouring additives were designed by and for the flavouring industry.