One comment to “Many Additives Go Into Foods Without Federal Scrutiny, Report Finds”

  1. Reggie Corpus

    Anything that touches food (or touches something that touches food) may be an Indirect Food Additive. The U.S. FDA requirements regarding the use of Indirect Food Additives are known as “Food Contact Substance” (FCS) regulations. Examples of FCS products may include:
    •Food Packaging, Cookware, Tableware, etc.•Food Processing Equipment, Production Aids, Sanitizers, etc.•Chemicals used as Adhesives, Lubricants, Coatings, etc.
    Having a FCS product reviewed by Registrar Corp can prevent costly errors.

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