The US Food Quality Protection Act--policy implications of variability and consumer risk.


The passage of the Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA) in August of 1996 increased the role of risk assessment in the decision-making process of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Although the law and guidance issued by the EPA provide for more sophisticated risk assessments, the databases for many chemicals may not be robust enough for such data… (More)


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