Food Additives by A. Larry Branen, P. Michael Davidson, Seppo Salminen, John

By A. Larry Branen, P. Michael Davidson, Seppo Salminen, John Thorngate

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13:397–403. WHO 1987. Principles for the safety assessment of food additives and contaminants in food. Environmental Health Criteria 70. World Health Organization, Geneva. Wodicka, V. O. 1980. Legal considerations on food additives. In: CRC Handbook on Food Additives, Vol. , Furia, T. E. ). CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp. 1–12. 26 27 3 Risks and Benefits of Food Additives SUSAN S. SUMNER Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia JOSEPH D. , Dublin, Ohio I. INTRODUCTION A treatise on food and color additives would be incomplete without a discussion of the risks and benefits associated with their use.

Information collected in small surveys can be employed only if the population subgroup concerned is of interest for food additive intake studies. For example, the population subgroup may be children, teenagers, or old people. Another criterion for the use of food consumption data files may be the availability of individual food consumption records from the study. The essential characteristics of food additive intake estimations, such as the range of estimated intakes; standard deviation; and the proportions for certain population subgroups defined by age range, socioeconomic status, and so on, cannot be calculated if the data file does not include individual records.

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