Satiety ingredient gains GRAS approval

by Jeff Gelski
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CHANNAHON, ILL. — Lipid Nutrition has received a letter stating the Food and Drug Administration has no objections to the Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) status of PinnoThin, a satiety ingredient, for use in such applications as baked foods, baking mixes, beverages, beverage bases, breakfast cereal, dairy product analogs, fats, oils, grain-based products, pasta, fluid milk, milk products, nuts, nut products, processed fruit and fruit juices, processed vegetables and vegetable juices, snack foods, soft candy, soup and soup mixes.

PinnoThin is a brand name of Korean pine nut oil and an exclusively licensed product from Lipid Nutrition, which has a U.S. office in Channahon.

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