Center for Science in the Public Interest - Citizen Petition

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Center for Science in the Public Interest - Citizen Petition

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Authors: ban; yellow 5; dyes; foods containing; neurotoxicity testing; new food additives; food colors
 

Diet, ADHD & Behavior A Quarter-Century Review [Center for Science in the Public Interest

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FAC Meeting Comment

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FAC Meeting FRESH Community Comment Signatures

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FAC Meeting The Center for Processed-Free Living Comments Signatures

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Form Letter Comments for FAC

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Fresh Petition Comments thru March 30 2011 FAC Meeting on Fresh

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ID: FDA-2008-P-0349-0001

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Date Posted: Jun 18, 2008
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The Safe Color Coalition appreciates the opportunity to provide the attached written comments to the FDA Food Advisory Committee on the topic of whether...

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