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2007 Workshop Some

2007 Workshop Some criteria for an acceptable and effective risk-based prioritization framework include: – Scientifically sound – Transparent –Simple – Adaptable/flexible – Data-driven Appropriate tools are needed for estimating exposures to unexpected chemical or microbial contaminants. International Life Sciences Institute ®

Objectives of this Workshop Recommend approaches, tools, and criteria for dietary exposure assessment within a framework for prioritizing potential risks associated with chemical and microbial contaminants in foods, for purposes of resource allocation and decision-making. Identify critical knowledge gaps and research needs in dietary exposure assessment for prioritizing potential food safety risks. International Life Sciences Institute ®

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