EU, U.S. regulators zero in on acrylamide consumption

11/18/2013 | Forbes · FoodNavigator · FoodSafetyNews.com · FoodNavigator

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the European Union are taking steps to address the acrylamide level in foods. The FDA recently released a draft guidance on ways to reduce the amount of the potential carcinogen. Meanwhile, the EU has set maximum acrylamide levels for European companies, above which the industry and government should investigate ways to reduce acrylamide content.

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