These two case studies demonstrate the flexibility and utility of the proposed processes. They also indicate an important potential role for expert panels in determining the types and levels of assessment to ensure the safety of two very different ingredients. Their application also shows the importance of standardized elements and frameworks when considering the safety of new ingredients added to infant formulas.
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