The 1969 Food and Drug Administration ban on the calorie‐free chemical sweetener cyclamate has received widespread comment from scientists, consumers, and politicians. This attention has focused on product safety, not on industry losses and regulatory costs. In contrast, the following analysis centers on the financial costs of the cyclamate ban, the incidence of these costs, and the broader economic questions of food additive regulation.
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