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2005 Food and Color Additive Final Rules

One of the charges of the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition is to assure that the use of food ingredients and color additives is safe. The authority for this mission is derived from the 1958 food additive and 1960 color additive amendments to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. Towards this end, CFSAN evaluates new petitions to determine if substances are considered safe for addition to the food supply. When a petition for a food ingredient or color additive is approved, a regulation identifying the conditions of use is published in the Federal Register. For information about additional food ingredient review programs in the Office of Food Additive Safety, consult the Inventory of Effective Premarket Notifications for Food Contact Substances and the Summary of all GRAS Notices.

The following listing documents the Final rules issued by the Office of Food Additive Safety during calendar year 2005. The exact date of the Publication and the Federal Register citation is listed along with other identifying information that can be found in the published Federal Register document. A link to the Government Printing Office Web site below the listing provides access to Federal Register documents.

For more information about the petition process, see Questions and Answers About the Petition Process. Final rules for years 2000-present are also available.


DATEFEDERAL REGISTER CITATIONPETITION NUMBERDOCKET NUMBERSUBJECT
2/14/200570 FR 73944A47512003F-0535Final Rule; Vulcan Chemicals, amending regulation to permit manufacture of chlorine dioxide by electrolysis of an aqueous solution of sodium chlorite. 21 CFR 173.300
2/17/200570 FR 80321A47302003F-0023Final Rule; Kerry, Inc., amending to permit the safe use of acacia (gum arabic) as a thickener, emulsifier, or stabilizer for use in alcoholic beverages at a maximum use level of 20 percent. 21 CFR 172.780
3/23/200570 FR 145306G03161999P-5332Final Rule; National Fish Meal and Oil Association, amending existing GRAS affirmation regulation for menhaden oil to preclude its use with other oils that are significant sources of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). 21 CFR 184.1472
3/29/200570 FR 157563A47492003F-0471Final rule; T&R Chemicals, Inc., amending the food additive regulations to provide for the safe use of Glycerol Ester of Gum Rosin to adjust the density of citrus oils used in the preparation of beverages 21 CFR 172.735
6/22/200570 FR 360212A47342002F-0160Final rule; correcting amendments; Minute Maid Co., amending the food additive regulations to provide for the safe use of vitamin D3 as a nutrient supplement in calcium-fortified fruit juices and fruit juice drinks. 21 CFR 172.380
6/29/200570 FR 372553A47462003F-0370Final Rule; Unilever United States, Inc., amending the food additive regulations to provide for the safe use of vitamin D3 as a nutrient supplement in meal replacement bars, other-type bars, and soy-protein based meal replacement beverages represented for special dietary use in reducing or maintaining body weight. 21 CFR 172.380
8/16/200570 FR 480579M46821999F-4372Final rule; National Fisheries Institute and the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry: amending the food additive regulations to provide for the safe use of ionizing radiation for control of Vibrio species and other foodborne pathogens in fresh or frozen molluscan shellfish (e.g., oysters, mussels, clams, etc.) 21 CFR 179.26.
11/16/200570 FR 694354A47582004F-0374Final rule; Kraft Foods Global Inc.: amending the food additive regulations to provide for the safe use of Vitamin D3 as a nutrient supplement in cheese and cheese products at a level above that currently allowed by the regulations. 21 CFR 172.380.
12/08/200570 FR 729064A44191994F-0153Final rule; Kuraray International Corp.: amending the food additive regulations to provide for the safe use of n-octanol (n-octyl alcohol) produced by a new manufacturing process, the hydrodimerization of 1,3-butadiene. 21 CFR 172.864.
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