Consumers win new pesticide regulations

September 1996
Environmental Nutrition;Sep96, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p1
Reports on the pesticide regulations signed by President Clinton restricting the sale of processed and fresh foods that carry traces of carcinogens. Inclusion of noncancer risks; Reevaluation of older pesticides.


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