In 1969 the FDA banned cyclamates from the U.S. Market. By FDA criteria cyclamates presented an unacceptable level of risk to the public. Many years of laboratory findings concerning the effects of cyclamates on chick embryos concluded that cyclamates produced grotesque malformations in chick embryos. After the ban was in place, Libby, McNeil, and Libby sold approximately 300,000 cases of cyclamate-sweetened fruit to customers in Germany, Spain, and other countries where cyclamates had not been banned
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are not necessarily as high as national standards, it does not mean we can act anyway we want, if we know better. What I am trying to say is human health is priceless. If we know something is damaging to human health, and others do not know. We should at least let them know that the product could be potentially dangerous through warning labels. Not doing this violates their basic human rights to good health.