Betsy Holler is a Pennsylvania-based food regulatory analyst who works primarily on IEG Policy’s Food Chemical News Guide
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After receiving no objections, FDA is announcing that Nov. 1, 2018 was the effective date for allowing the expanded use of synthetic iron oxides as color additives for dietary supplement tablets and capsules, one of several changes in the Food Chemical News Guide.
FDA on April 2 listed several new animal drug approvals that were originally decided late last year, including a new medicated feed article (lubabegron) by Elanco US to reduce ammonia gas emissions in cattle.
The Environmental Protection Agency has set a new tolerance for residues of sulfometuron-methyl in or on sugarcane but found a tolerance was not needed for sugar and molasses, among other changes reported in this week's Food Chemical News Guide.
This week’s updates include Monsanto’s petition to amend food tolerances for dicamba on genetically engineered corn, along with a list of petitions asking for new food tolerances and tolerance exemptions.
The February 2019 update of the US Tolerance Tracker is available in the Agrow Data section.