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Issue #41-- Nano-Materials in Your Food
September 21, 2006

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September 21, 2006 Issue #41

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1) Nanomaterials in Your Food
2) Healthy Products and Services



Nanomaterials in Your Food

"The Food and Drug Administration has scheduled a its first-ever Public Meeting on October 10, 2006 to discuss the issue of nanotechnology, a powerful new technology for taking apart and reconstructing nature at the atomic and molecular level. While this is FDAs first meeting on nanotechnology, the agency is behind the curve: Many products are already on market shelves that contain unlabeled nanomaterials, including food and food packaging products. Thus far, nanotechnology-laced products are treated by FDA like any other products or product ingredients; yet scientists agree that nanoparticles are fundamentally different substances that create new and unique risks to human health and the environment and need new forms of safety testing.

"This public meeting is your first chance to tell FDA what its priorities should be with regard to nanotechnology and nanomaterials in products , including food and food packaging products."

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Healthy Products and Services

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Written by Christine H. Farlow, D.C.
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