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The safety assessment of Novel Foods and concepts to determine their safety in use

Bibliographic reference Howlett, J ; Edwards, DG ; Cockburn, A. ; Hepburn, P. ; Kleiner, J. ; et. al. The safety assessment of Novel Foods and concepts to determine their safety in use. In: International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, Vol. 54, p. S3-S32 (2003)
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