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CFSA Consults on Usage Expansion of Selenium-Enriched Yeast and PGPR

CFSA is now consulting on the proposed approval of selenium-enriched yeast for use in foods for special dietary uses (including infant formula and FSMP).

On Sep. 5th, 2018, China National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment (CFSA) sought public comments on the proposed usage expansion of selenium-enriched yeast and polyglycerol polyricinoleate (polyglycerol esters of interesterified ricinoleic acid, PGPR in short) in new food categories. Deadline for comments is Oct. 5th. Specifics are as follows (new contents open to consultation are marked in orange):

Reference Links
[1]
CNCA notice: selenium-enriched yeast
[2]
CNCA notice: PGPR
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