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The most important trend driving new product development in foods and beverages will impact the flavor industry.
This article highlights the international evaluation of perilla aldehyde.
A reappraisal of sunning, drying and conditioning.
FEMA says the Notice of Intent to List does not describe furfuryl alcohol as a flavor ingredient. #furfurylalcoholprop65
FEMA has released its GRAS 27 flavoring list, which includes newly GRAS'd materials and changes to several GRAS statuses.
There is no food additive regulation that authorizes the use of Stevia leaf, the FDA says in a warning letter.
After the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) issued an opinion citing citrusy flavor Perilla aldehyde as a genotoxic concern, The International Organization of the Flavor Industry (IOFI) said it "respectfully disagrees."
The FDA's most recent Nutrition Facts label proposal caps the suggested daily value of added sugars at 10%.
Perilla aldehyde, a flavor used in baked goods and more that has woody, spicy, citrus taste characteristics, has been shown to be genotoxic in a new study on animals [includes video] according to EFSA.
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015, which prevents a patchwork of conflicting state or local GMO labeling laws [update includes comments from FEMA, GMA].