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FEMA takes its advocacy efforts to Capitol Hill.
The process has the potential to significantly improve the flavor profile of zero-calorie sweeteners, especially at higher usage levels.
According to the EFSA, acrylamide in food, which is produced by the same chemical reaction that “browns” food also making it tastier, is a public health concern.
Includes three ingredients and a change in FEMA GRAS status for quinoline (FEMA# 3470).
The proposed rule, which includes requiring ingredient listings of e-cigarettes to be registered with the FDA, will be available for public comment for 75 days.
The European Commission has published new proposals for a new regulation on organic production and the labeling of organic products.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is proposing a redesign of the label to "better inform food choices" due to the rise in obesity and heart disease rates.
The debut of P&F ’s two-day flavor conference in New Jersey engaged all of the senses.
In the notices of intent, the OEHHA said pulegone, a natural constituent of various plants, and β-Myrcene, used in flavor and fragrance, meet the requirements for listing as known to the state to cause cancer for purposes of Proposition 65 under the Labor Code listing mechanism.
A number of flavorings have been removed from the European Union's list of approved flavoring substances due to low volume and/or a need for additional data.