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Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association (FEMA) is a United States business association that, among other activities, evaluates the safety of flavors and extracts used in the food industry.

FEMA's Expert Panel has produced 24 publications listing flavorings and extracts that are generally recognized as safe,[1] per US federal law.

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  1. ^ R.L. SMITH, W.J. WADDELL, S.M. COHEN, V.J. FERON, L.J. MARNETT, P.S. PORTOGHESE, I.M.C.M. RIETJENS, T.B. ADAMS, S. TAYLOR, C. LUCAS GAVIN, M.M. MCGOWEN AND M.C. WILLIAMS. "GRAS flavoring substances 24". Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association. http://www.femaflavor.org/GRAS%2024.pdf. Retrieved March 6 2009.  

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