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It is also important to monitor public concerns about specific food 23 FOOD CHEMICAL RISK ASSESSMENT chemical hazards and, when appropriate, to respond by undertaking a risk assessment (see Chapter 17). After hazards have been identified and prioritized, the risk assessment procedure splits into two separate strands. the first of these being hazard characterization. 2 Hazard characterization Hazard characterization is normally conducted by expert toxicologists. All available animal, in vitro and human toxicity data are assessed in order to identify the toxicological consequences that might be expected to result from human exposure and, if possible, to postulate a biological mechanism.
7 mg/kg(bw)/week). The second strand in the risk assessment framework, which runs parallel to hazard characterization, is exposure assessment. In order to estimate possible intakes of chemicals via food it is necessary to have a knowledge of the levels and occurrence of chemicals in foods and the amounts of those foods actually eaten. Intake estimation is discussed in detail In Chapter 8, and so only a brief introduction will be included here. 3 Occurrence information Information on the levels and patterns of chemicals present in foods depends on the type of food chemical.
Investigations in individuals exhibiting genetic polymorph isms are likely to be extremely valuable in this respect. Development of biomarkers of exposure and effect, as in Chapter 4, should ultimately allow us to establish the relationship (or lack of one) between intake of certain chemicals and causation of health problems, thereby paving the way to greater certainty in risk assessment for food chemicals. 5 Thresholded toxins For most toxicological effects, it is generally agreed that toxic effects are only expressed when exposure exceeds a threshold level.