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The U.S. expands the use of pearlescent pigments in food


On June 8, 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) revised the regulations on food colors to expand the scope of use of pigment mica titanium pearlescent pigments, and proposed that mica titanium pearlescent pigments prepared from titanium dioxide and mica are used in cordial liquor, spirits, and spirits. Regulations on safe use of flavored alcoholic malt beverages, wine coolers, cocktails, non-alcoholic cocktail mixers and mixtures, egg coloring tools, etc. At the same time, the list of food colorants for FDA exemption from product certificates has been revised, and mica titanium has been added to the list. Pearlescent pigments. The regulation came into effect on June 9, 2015.






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