Risk Assessment for Establishing Food Allergen Thresholds; Establishment of Docket, Request for Comments

 
Docket ID: FDA-2012-N-0711
Agency: Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Parent Agency: Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

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      • Once again your agency ignores the most basic advice form representaives and consumers. Once again you show how you are completely sold out to the food corps. Once again you...

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        05/09/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0022
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      • The processed free glutamic acid (MSG) found in processed foods should be identified on food labels.

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0023
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      • The processed free glutamic acid (MSG) found in processed foods should be identified on food labels I have been involved for decades asking for the same thing

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        05/09/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0021
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      • I was to see glutamate acid and hidden names for it (MSG) put on food labels.

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        05/09/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0025
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        02/11/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0013
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      • My daughter is deathly allergic to the tiniest amount of dairy in every form cooked or not...she's also allergic to egg so it would be very difficult to feed her if label...

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        05/10/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0037
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        05/21/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0063
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      • Gluten intolerance is a major food allergen that is a great public health concern. The gluten free community has waited five years for final ruling on gluten free labeling. In...

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        02/11/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0014
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      • Please oh please, make every company label if a product is Gluten Free -safe or not. It is so hard to live with the current standards. Thank you.

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0024
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      • I am a former Food Industry Brand Manager Executive specializing in corn wet milling (Corn Products commercial), fats and oils (Mazola, Hellmann's), sugar (Domino), and packaged...

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        05/13/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0040
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      • See attached file(s) Attached please find our review paper on Japanese food allergy labeling system. Since 2002, we have never experienced any severe allergic reactions by...

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        05/14/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0055
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      • When someone has a serious food allergy there is a zero tolerance of that food. If my daughter is exposed to the most minute particle of peanut she will go into anaphylactic shock...

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        12/28/2012

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0003
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      • See attached file.

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        05/21/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0065
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      • As a food industry professional and consumer, I am for an internationally harmonized regulation. The FDA should align itself with The VITAL (Voluntary Incidental Trace Allergen...

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0007
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      • I am a former Food Industry Brand Manager Executive specializing in corn wet milling (Corn Products commercial), fats and oils (Mazola, Hellmann's), sugar (Domino), and packaged...

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        05/13/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0041
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      • The Anaphylaxis and Food Allergy Association of Minnesota (AFAA) comments in the following attachment.

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        05/14/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0047
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      • I currently do not support establishing an allergen threshold given the paucity of large scale double-blind placebo-controlled food challenges that would be required to set a safe...

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        05/10/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0039
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      • When people can die from the smallest intake of certain allergens, it is unacceptable to not have 100% of allergens in food not reported.

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0030
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      • Dear Sir or Madam Peanut allergy is common and a proper diagnosis is crucial. Even if the diagnostic methods of peanut allergy today are more accurate, the double-blind placebo...

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        05/13/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0045
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        05/21/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0060
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        05/21/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0062
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      • As a Celiac patient with food allergies to wheat, corn and others, I recommend Zero Tolerance for undeclared food allergens and there should be penalties when undeclared food...

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        12/28/2012

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0005
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      • See attached comments from Wine Institute.

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        05/21/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0066
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      • Gluten intolerance is becoming more prevalent to clients of our organization and I myself is gluten intolerent. Since it is also known to you that gluten intolerance is on a...

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        05/09/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0026
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      • My daughter at age 5 had a life threatening reaction due to cross contamination of chocolate chips with peanuts/tree-nuts in the facility that they were made in. After eating just...

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        05/10/2013

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        FDA-2012-N-0711-0038
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