FDA announces availability of document intended to help small businesses comply with regulations on declaring color additives in food for animals
October 1, 2013
– The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today the availability of a document intended to help small businesses comply with regulations on declaring color additives in food for animals.
The Guidance for Industry, entitled Small Entity Compliance Guide - Declaring Color Additives in Animal Foods, provides background and questions and answers on the 2011 regulation requiring that all color additives subject to FDA's certification process be listed on the product label for animal feed or pet food. Color additives exempt from certification generally include those derived from plants or minerals.
For more information please visit: http://www.fda.gov .