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Comment Submissions - Proposed Adoption of Expo...
Comment Submissions - Proposed Adoption of Exposures to Listed Chemicals in Coffee Posing No Significant Risk
This comment period was open from June 22, 2018 through August 30, 2018.
Proposed Adoption of New Section Under Article 7 No Significant Risk Levels Section 25704 Exposures to Listed Chemicals in Coffee Posing No Significant Risk
Andi Trindle Mersch
C. J. Recher
Center for Science in the Public Interest
CERT's Submission No. 18 Re Comments to Initial Statement Reasons
CERT's Submission No. 19 -- Legal Brief In Opposition to Proposed New Regulations
CERT’s Hearing Presentation
CERT’s Submission No. 1 re testimony of Dr. Dominik Alexander in the Phase 2 trial of CERT v. Starbucks
CERT’s Submission No. 10 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Ronald L. Melnick regarding Technologies for Reducing Acrylamide in Coffee.
CERT’s Submission No. 11 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Ronald L. Melnick regarding Risk Assessment of Acrylamide Exposure from Coffee Consumption.
CERT’s Submission No. 12 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Ronald L. Melnick regarding Sound Considerations of Public Health for Exposure to Acrylamide from Consumption of Coffee.
CERT’s Submission No. 13 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Stephen Rappaport regarding Dr. Dourson’s Quantitative Cancer Risk Assessment for Acrylamide.
CERT’s Submission No. 14 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Stephen M. Rappaport regarding Dr. Dourson’s Quantitative Cancer Risk Assessment for Acrylamide.
CERT’s Submission No. 15 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Stephen M. Rappaport regarding No Threshold Linearity of Acrylamide/Glycidamide Adduct Formation.
CERT’s Submission No. 16 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Martyn T. Smith regarding the mechanism of acrylamide-induced cancer.
CERT’s Submission No. 17 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Jodi D. Stookey regarding unhealthy constituents of coffee beverages and confounding of coffee-cancer epidemiology studies by water.
CERT’s Submission No. 2 regarding the Quantitative Risk Assessment for Acrylamide in Coffee of Dr. Steven P. Bayard.
CERT’s Submission No. 3 regarding the Quantitative Risk Assessment for Acrylamide in Coffee of Dr. Steven P. Bayard.
CERT’s Submission No. 4 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Nachman Brautbar Regarding Consumption of Coffee and Chronic Human Diseases.
CERT’s Submission No. 5 regarding the Opinions of Dr. James E. Huff Regarding the Carcinogenicity of Acrylamide to Animals and Relevance to Humans.
CERT’s Submission No. 6 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Peter F. Infante Regarding Epidemiologic Studies Regarding Coffee and Cancer.
CERT’s Submission No. 7 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Peter F. Infante Regarding the Cancer Epidemiology of Acrylamide.
CERT’s Submission No. 8 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Jack James Regarding Adverse Effects of Consumption of Coffee.
CERT’s Submission No. 9 regarding the Opinions of Dr. Laura M. Juliano Regarding Adverse Physiological and Psychological Effects of Consumption of Coffee.
Chemical Toxin Working Group (dba HealthyLivinG Foundation)
Concerned coffee drinker
Dr. Peter F. Infante, Peter F. Infante Consulting, LLC
Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee Company - James Twietmeyer
JAMES R. COUGHLIN, PhD CFS, President & Founder, Coughlin & Associates
John Hornung: Californian
M. P. MOUNTANOS
Martyn Smith, Professor, University of California at Berkeley
Multi Entity Submission
NAMA and CAVC
National Coffee Association, USA
Peter Giuliano, Director of Research, Specialty Coffee Association
Steven Bayard, Ph.D.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
William M. Lilla
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