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[9 Jun 2010 | Comments Off | 2,755 views]
FDA Launches Animal Food Pilot Program

 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine launched on June 4, 2010 the beginning of a pilot program to accept and review GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) notices for substances used in animal food.
Through the program, individuals, also referred to as the “notifier” by the FDA, can submit “notices of claims that a particular use of a substance in food for animals is exempt from the statutory premarket approval requirements based on the individual’s determination that such use is GRAS.”
In short, the notifier can inform the FDA …

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[9 Jun 2010 | Comments Off | 2,899 views]

Use of preservatives (sorbic acid or potassium sorbate), and ultra-scope to use sweeteners. Similarly, in 2007, Jiaxing, Wenzhou, Exit Inspection and Quarantine failed to identify and send back batches of imported wines, including a 7308 bottle of French wine; last year, in Zhuhai Inspection and Quarantine Bureau through sampling, identified a number of imported dry red wine excessive lead content.
According to inspectors reflected in the low-quality foreign wine quality problems, the additives such as preservatives and sweeteners exceeded more common. Add wine, primarily for preservative sorbic acid or potassium sorbate, …

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[23 May 2010 | Comments Off | 4,729 views]

What is Potassium Sorbate?; A common preservative present in many cosmetic and skin care products. It is generally used as an alternative to parabens by inhibiting the growth of microorganisms and preventing the degradation of the product.
It is created using Sorbic Acid, found in ash tree berries, and is quite effective against the proliferation of fungi, mold and yeast.
 
However, being less effective against bacteria, it is not a preservative that has a broad spectrum of use solely on its own. Potassium sorbate is almost always used in combination with other …

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[23 May 2010 | Comments Off | 1,987 views]

One particular point which is gaining usage within the yeast infection residence remedies toolkit is potassium sorbate Yeast Infection Freedom. This can be a instead strong fungicide that’s applied a lot from the food business for preservation of meals ingredients and it has also been utilized for just a extended time from the breweries across the planet since it’s ready to be introduced to the brewing procedure to end the progress of yeast in the exact time it requirements to occur as a way to make the beer taste since …

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[25 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 2,568 views]

Sorbic acid is a straight-chain monocarboxylic acid used in cosmetic formulations as a preservative at concentrations up to 1.0%.
Sorbic acid and potassium sorbate were practically nontoxic to rats and mice in acute oral toxicity studies. In subchronic studies no significant adverse effects were observed in rats, mice, or dogs when 10% sorbic acid was included in the diet.
Sorbic acid and potassium sorbate at concentrations up to 10% were practically nonirritating to the rabbit eye. Both ingredients at concentrations up to 10% were at most only slightly irritating.
Sorbic acid and potassium …

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[25 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 2,913 views]

Controlling bacteria levels in colostrum is an important aspect of managing this important first feed for calves. Once it is collected, colostrum can be refrigerated, frozen, or have potassium sorbate added to control bacterial growth (though the latter is seldom used). When done correctly, each of these methods can keep bacteria from growing, but none of these strategies reduces the amount of bacteria already present in colostrum. Bacteria can get in to colostrum through contamination from milking dirty udders, reservoirs in dirty milking equipment or colostrum storage containers, and by …

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[25 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 1,706 views]

BEIJING - China’s top food safety authority issued new regulations Thursday, setting more stringent requirements on the use and the approval of food additives.
The Ministry of Health’s “Regulations of New Food Additives,” published on its website, set six new restrictions on the use of food additives.
The new regulations forbid the use of food additives to mislead consumers about the content and quality of food or to fake food content.
Using food additives to disguise decaying and bad quality food is also forbidden.
Under the new regulations, food producers are required to use …

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[25 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 2,210 views]

THE Chinese ministry of health has issued six new regulations on the use of artificial additives in food.
 
The new, stricter regulations also cover the approval of food additives. According to Chinese state newspaper China Daily, new food additives will only be approved for use if it can be shown that they are absolutely necessary for food production and if they pass tests set by the ministry to determine if they are safe for human consumption. Additives already approved will face reassessment.
 
The regulations forbid the use of additives which mislead consumers …

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[5 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 3,778 views]

MILTON, N.Y., April 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Sono-Tek Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: SOTK), announced today that it has successfully completed a 4 month field test of its anti-microbial coater in a full industrial scale setting. The ultrasonic spray coater applies a solution of the FDA approved anti-microbial agent, Potassium Sorbate.  The application was tested on a high capacity, hi-speed line of muffins, as they freshly exit from the oven. The muffins, which are a relatively high moisture content, high water activity product, are susceptible to mold spoilage and a very short …

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[18 Mar 2010 | No Comment | 3,601 views]

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  Date:23th,March.2010~25th,March.2010
  Our company booth number:8C56/8D55
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