The Safety Council Risk ppointment of a new Food Safety Council [SN, Aug. 31, Page 6] is a positive step toward developing a more manageable and effective system for food-safety regulation, but there is also the danger of overkill. There is no doubt that food-safety regulation must be based on science, and that improvements toward this end must be made. It is also clear that the government, with substantial assistance from the food industry, has made significant progress toward this end ...

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