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O n e major consideration in the analysis of the role of public perceptions on the development of the law relating to food a n d food ingredients is whether the public considers food a n d food ingre­ dients to involve a balance of risk versus benefit or rather simply a balance of risks. W h e r e a particular new technology is perceived as creating a new risk, one which is uncontrollable, involuntary, and not readily measurable by science, the public historically has d e m a n d e d regulation in order to see that the risks are reduced.

Since that time its application has become so widespread a n d so engrained in the safety evaluation process that any safety factor less than 100/1 is considered extreme­ ly unusual, necessitating considerable additional amounts of scien­ tific data, particularly in connection with the assessment of a novel ingredient. Another example of a long-standing tradition is the Delaney Clause of the F D C Act, which states that n o food additive m a y be used in food if it is found to be a carcinogen in h u m a n s or animals.

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