Seven Deadly(?) Substances: FDA Removes Seven Food Additives from Approved List Due to Cancer Risk

The FDA has revised its food additive regulations to block the use of seven synthetic flavoring substances in food products that may increase cancer risk in humans. Evidence submitted to the FDA by the Breast Cancer Fund, the Center for Environmental Health, the Center for Food Safety, and others, demonstrated that six of the synthetic substances caused cancer in lab animals under study conditions. The seventh flavor, styrene,  is being removed from the food additive list because it is no longer widely used by the…
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