Delaney Amendment

Delaney Amendment

[duh-ley-nee]
noun
an amendment to the U. S. Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act banning the use of carcinogenic food additives, as certain artificial sweeteners and food colorings.
Also called Delaney clause.
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