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Synonyms for additive

added ingredient

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Synonyms for additive

increasing, as in force, by successive additions

Synonyms for additive

something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine

designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree

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characterized or produced by addition

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Approximately 100 new food and color additive petitions are submitted to FDA annually.
10) A separate amendment in 1960 mandated premarket approval for all color additives, both synthetic colors (e.
An example of a misuse of potential dual use ingredients includes those that may also impart color at high use levels, and must therefore be approved as a color additive as well if added in an amount that changes the color of the food.
The inspector may look for the use of prohibited ingredients, improper use of restricted ingredients, noncompliance with requirements related to color additives, microbial contamination, deficiencies in labeling and packaging, and failure to provide tamper-resistant packaging where needed.
The Microbiology and Color Additive exhibits feature two days of access to the key companies an organization needs to take its performance to the next level.
A specialty glass company needs to add a fine powder color additive at 40 pounds per minute.
An injection screw has been designed by the company for multi-function molding applications for pre-colored or color additive processing.
Among the company's products are liquid colorant systems for extrusion, injection molding and blow molding; specialized color systems for PET and other resins; liquid color additive packages; complete liquid color systems, including custom-matched liquid colors, containerization and advanced metering equipment for accurate and controlled color dispensing; and FDA, EEC and HPB compliant colorants.
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938 Food Additives Amendment of 1958 21 CFR 321(s) FDA Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011 Color Additive Specific Regulations Color Additives Amendments 21 CFR 80 FDA Color Additive Certifications 21 CFR 74 Table 5-1 Color Additives Approved for Use in Human Food, Subject to Batch Certification Table 5-2 Color Additives Approved for Use in Human Food, Subject to Batch Certification Labeling Regulations Fair Packaging and Labeling Act of 1966 Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990 Driving Factors for New Regulations Adequacy of Existing Food Regulations Scientific and Institutional Concern over Food Additive Safety Industry's Position Consumer Concerns over Food Additives Are New Food Additive Regulations Likely?
Color additives are regulated by the FDA and even though most "exempt from certification" additives are derived from natural sources, the FDA does not have a provision for designating them (or any color additive for that matter) as natural.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the use of zinc sulfide as a color additive in cosmetics.
Vegan-friendly Tomat-O-Red is the only FDA-approved, all-natural lycopene red color additive; Viable alternative to cochineal extract or carmine as well as synthetic color additives
It is primarily segmented into following types: preservatives, sweeteners, color additives, flavors and spices, flavor enhancers, fat replacers, nutrients, emulsifiers, acidulants and leavening agents.
Natural color additives, flavor enhancers, carbohydrate and protein based fat replacers and preservatives are critical areas for new additive research, testing and development.