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General News    H4'ed 7/24/19

'Sales of aspartame should be suspended': EFSA accused of bias in safety assessment

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EFSA’s decision-making process may have been biased by ‘conflicts of interest’ and the distribution and sale of aspartame in the EU should be suspended, says the author of a new research dossier calling the safety of the sweetener into question.  

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