Color Additives In Food
The documents listed below provide information on using color additives in food, in compliance with regulatory requirements.
- Listing of Color Additives Exempt From Certification; Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Labeling: Cochineal Extract and Carmine Declaration, Final Rule, January 5, 2009
- Guidance for Industry: Cochineal Extract and Carmine: Declaration by Name on the Label of All Foods and Cosmetic Products That Contain These Color Additives; Small Entity Compliance Guide
- Redbook 2000 Table of Contents: Guidance for Industry and Other Stakeholders
- Summary Table of Recommended Toxicological Testing for Additives Used in Food
- Everything Added to Food in the United States (EAFUS)
- Consumer Update: How Safe Are Color Additives?
- FDA Advises Home and Commercial Bakers to Avoid Use of Non-Edible Food Decorative Products
Color Additives Listed for Use in Food (From the Code of Federal Regulations)
- Color Additives Listed for Use in Food: Exempt from Certification (21 CFR 73, Subpart A)
- Color Additives Listed for Use in Food: Subject to Certification (21 CFR 74, Subpart A)