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Whether a color additive is certifiable or exempt from certification has no bearing on its overall safety.
Approximately 100 new food and color additive petitions are submitted to FDA annually.
Events to date suggest citizen action may prove one of the most effective means of oversight: Anyone can petition the FDA with concerns about a GRAS substance, color additive, or food additive.
Presumably, a substance approved as a food or color additive or GRAS, for a specific physical or technical effect, must be employed in the dietary supplement for the same specific physical or technical effect as used in food and at the same level of use.
Also known as tartrazine, this color additive is not linked to any cancer concerns, but can be irritating to aspirin-sensitive people who also have asthma.
Valspar's color additive technology, available for epoxies and urethanes, captured the color La Rabida envisioned.
For instance, zinc oxide is also used as a color additive in cosmetics, and lead acetate appears in Grecian Formula, a hair coloring product.
Cyanotech Corporation (Nasdaq NMS:CYAN), the world leader in producing high-value, natural products from microalgae, today announced that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the use of NatuRose(R) natural astaxanthin from Haematococcus algae as a color additive in the feed of salmon and trout to enhance the color of their flesh.
ZSK corotating intermeshing twinscrew extruders in MEGAcompounder or MEGAvolume design for compounding polyolefins, engineering resins, color additive masterbatches, and blending reinforced plastics.
FDA has amended its color additive regulations to provide for the safe use of LycoMato tomato lycopene extract as a color additive in foods.
Color Additive Petitions (FDA recommendations for submission of chemical and technological data on color additives for food, drugs or cosmetics) (2/93)