During Prohibition, FEMA supported federal legislation allowing the sale of flavors and extracts that were "unfit for beverage use," and helped the federal government establish the "drawback" mechanism.
This GRAS 28 list provides an update on recent progress in the consideration of flavoring ingredients generally recognized as safe under the 1958 Food Additives Amendment to the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act. For more information on FEMA GRAS see "About the FEMA GRAS Program."
Click here to view the Interim GRAS 29 list.
The GRAS 27 publication was released in the August 2015 issue of Food Technology and can be accessed here.
The list of substances, accompanying use level tables and supplementary information for GRAS 27 released online is available here.
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