The new upgrade to our database on food
additives is now available for Windows 95, 98, 2000, Me and
With new attractive pricing, this product
provides the Food Technologist with all the regulatory and
usage information needed in product development.
Whats New in
List This file
contains food additives approved by the European Commission.
The 366 materials with "E" numbers are listed with
functionality and permitted uses and use levels as specified
in Directives 95/2/EC & 88/388/EEC. Materials are cross
referenced with FDA numbers from Title 21 of the U.S. CFR
and/or FEMA & COE numbers. In our new version,
direct access to the original 95/2/EC directive and
amendment as well as Directive 95/45/EC on color
specifications and the 88/388/EEC & the EC Commission
Decision of 23 February 1999 adopting a register of
flavouring substances used in or on foodstuffs drawn up in
application of Regulation (EC) No 2232/96 of the European
Parliament and of the Council of 28 October 1996 directive
are available as Acrobat Reader pdf files.
Regulations - This file presents
a colorful and easy to use interface screen that quickly
provides the regulatory status in nearly all major
countries. Easily queried or reported by color or by
Title 21 - Code of
Federal Regulations - This new
database screen provides the COMPLETE TEXT of all
regulations appearing in Title 21 CFR (sections 1 to 199).
The data included in these files is current as of April,
2000 and will be updated annually.
USDA Meat &
- This database provides in summary
form the regulations of the U.S. Department of Agriculture
for Meat and Poultry Additives.
FDA Direct Food
Additives - This file contains
material on direct food additives approved by the U.S. Food
& Drug Administration (FDA) which appear in Title 21,
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), sections 1 to 199, plus a
number of GRAS food additives approved by FDA (e.g.,
potassium benzoate) which are not listed in the CFR. The
data included in these files is current as of April,
An IBM compatible computer with a Pentium
200 processor (or higher) is recommended.
For Windows 95, 98, 2000, Me and
32 MB RAM (64 MB RAM or more
25 MB of hard disk space.
For network operations, a Windows
supported network and a server with hard disk. For network
operations, certain files must be on the server and others
on the workstation for optimum operation.
A VGA or higher resolution monitor
running in 640 X 480 or higher pixel mode.
U.S. $ 295.00 - This product price is for a non-exclusive
license granting rights to use the Additive-Master 2001
program and product files on one (1) personal computer or
work station at a time. For the LAN version contact us
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