USA - FDA starts GRAS notification pilot program

The Food & Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine announced June 4 the beginning of a pilot program to accept and review generally recognized as safe (GRAS) notices for substances used in animal food.
Wednesday 9 June 2010 (7 years 8 months 15 days ago)
The Food & Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine announced June 4 the beginning of a pilot program to accept and review generally recognized as safe (GRAS) notices for substances used in animal food.

FDA is implementing a voluntary pilot program to accept submission of 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.

The GRAS notification pilot program will now provide a voluntary mechanism for an individual, called the notifier, to inform FDA of their determination that the use of a substance is GRAS, rather than petition FDA to affirm that the use of a substance is GRAS.

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