Betsy Holler is a Pennsylvania-based food regulatory analyst who works primarily on IEG Policy’s Food Chemical News Guide
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This week’s updates include new pesticide tolerances and a slew of petitions asking for changes in residue tolerances filed by Clariant, Exponent, Inc., Interregional Research Project No. 4, Monsanto and Synthomer USA LLC.
FDA amended food additive regulations permitting the use of 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 in feed and drinking water as a a source of vitamin D3 for chickens and turkeys in response to two petitions filed by DSM Nutrition Products.
At the request of the Juice Products Association, FDA has changed the food additive regulations for vitamin D3 in fortified 100% juices to replace the current recommended daily percentage values for calcium. The group asked for the change to maintain parity with dairy products and to keep the fortified juice drinks tasty.
EPA has set a new tolerance for residues of spiromesifen in or on coffee at the request of Bayer CropScience, one of the many updates found in this week's Food Chemical News Guide.