U.S. FDA Color Additive Requirements
Color Additives used in food, drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices require approval from U.S. FDA. The requirements associated with the approval vary depending on the particular Color Additive. For many Color Additives, approval for use is contingent upon “batch certification,” whereby batch samples are submitted to FDA for testing to ensure that they conform to the specifications described in the applicable regulations.
For Color Batch Certification, manufacturers provide U.S. FDA with a representative sample of each Color Additive batch along with the required documentation. U.S. FDA analyzes the Color Additive sample to ensure that it meets the specifications required for certifiable Color Additives. For some Color Additives, Color Batch Certification may not be appropriate.
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