The International Organization of the Flavor Industry has revised its "List of Accepted Solvents and Maximum Residue Limits in Final Food." In addition to the modification of some wording, the revisions include the recognition of carbon dioxide's acceptance in the United States (according to Good Manufacturing Processes), and reference to Japan's Specifications and Standards for Food Additives. (Source: FEMA)
Food Solvent/Residue List Revised
November 20, 2007
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