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Interpretation of the “Carry-over Principle” in GB 2760

  •   20 Sep 2019
  •    Lennie Tao
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    The term “carry-over” in the context of food regulation in China, can be understood as the unintentional presence of a food additive in a final product usually attributable to the usage of this food additive as a raw material during an upstream processing step.

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