New European food regulations could affect billions of dollars in U.S. exports

The EU Parliament recently passed amendments to its novel food regulations, including a call for all food produced with the aid of nanotechnology to be safe and labeled. Along with mandatory labeling, amendments called for nanotechnology-specific risk assessment. This move is one of the first of suc...

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