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Flavor industry group says FDA ban of seven synthetic flavors based on antiquated law

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The Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association (FEMA) is not happy with FDA’s recent decision to discontinue the use of seven synthetic flavors in foods and is calling for changes to the Delaney clause – the law which informed FDA’s decision on the issue.


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