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FISH-SKIN GELATIN BENEFITS IN ENCAPSULATING VITAMINS

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FISH-SKIN GELATIN BENEFITS IN ENCAPSULATING VITAMINS were cited by Hoffmann-La Roche as one reason why FDA should include gelatin derived from the skin of fish in the final generally recognized as safe (GRAS) affirmation regulation for gelatin. In a May 3 letter to the agency, Roche commented on a May 1993 tentative final rule in which the agency proposed to affirm only the GRAS status of gelatins derived from pigs and cattle.
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