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  ♦   DICHLORMID                                   16. 9                                       16. 9
  ♦   DIMETHOMORPH                              53 – 53.1                                   53 – 53.1
  ♦   FAMOXADONE
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  ♦   FLUAZIFOP-P-BUTYL
  ♦   METHYL                                    149 – 150                                  149 – 150
      POLY(OXYETHYLENE)
  ♦   PROPOXYCARBAZONE                          161 – 162                                  161 – 162

  ♦   SODIUM AND                             198.1 – 198.2                               198.1 – 198.2
      AMMONIUM
      NAPHTHALENE-                           204.1 – 204.2                               204.1 – 204.2
      SULFONATE
  ♦   TEBUCONAZOLE                           276.3 – 276.4                               276.3 – 276.4

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Page 2.1                                                          ACETALDEHYDE DIMETHYL ACETAL - ACETIC ACID
ACETALDEHYDE DIMETHYL ACETAL
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association.
ACETALDEHYDE PHENETHYL PROPYL ACETAL
    Cleared under §172.515 (FR Oct. 27, 1964).
ACETAMIPRID
    Tolerances set under §180.578 for residues of the insecticide acetamiprid N1-[(6-chloro-3-pyridyl)methyl]- N2-
    cyano-N1-methylacetamidine in or on citrus fruit group at 0.50 ppm, citrus dried pulp and leafy brassica vegetable
    group at 1.20 ppm each, cotton gin byproducts at 20.0 ppm, cotton undelinted seed at 0.60 ppm, leafy vegetable
    group (except brassica) at 3.0 ppm, fruiting vegetable group and grape at 0.20 ppm each, pome fruit group at 1.0
    ppm, and tomato paste at 0.40 ppm; and tolerances for the combined residues of acetamiprid and IM-2-1 N1-[(6-
    chloro-3-pyridyl) methyl]-N2-cyano-acetamidine in or on meat and fat of cattle, hog, horse, goat, and sheep at 0.10
    ppm each; meat byproducts of cattle, hog, horse, goat, and sheep at 0.20 ppm each; milk at 0.10 ppm; poultry
    eggs, meat and fat at 0.010 ppm each; and poultry liver at 0.050 ppm (FR, March 27, 2002).
     Tolerances set under §180.578 for residues of the insecticide acetamiprid in or on canola and mustard seed at 0.01
     ppm (FR, Sept. 3, 2003).
     Tolerances established under §180.578 for residues of acetamiprid in or on tuberous and corm vegetables at 0.01
     ppm (FR, April 13, 2005).
     Tolerances established in §180.578 for residues of acetamiprid in or on: almond, hulls at 5.0 ppm; fruit, stone
     group except 12, except plum, prune at 1.20 ppm; nut, tree group 14 at 0.10 ppm; pea and bean, succulent
     shelled, subgroup 6B at 0.40 ppm; pistachio at 0.10 ppm; plum, prune, dried at 0.40 ppm; plum, prune, fresh at
     0.20 ppm; vegetable, cucurbit, group 9 at 0.50 ppm and vegetable, legume, edible, podded, subgroup 6A at 0.60
     ppm (FR, Sept. 15, 2004; FR, Sept. 22, 2006; FR, Nov. 28, 2007).
     Tolerances established in §180.578 for residues of acetamiprid in or on: berry, low growing subgroup 13-07G at
     0.60 ppm; bushberry subgroup 13-07B at 1.6 ppm; caneberry subgroup 13-07A at 1.6 ppm; onion, bulb subgroup
     3-07A at 0.02 ppm and onion, green, subgroup 3-07B at 4.5 ppm (FR, Sept. 22, 2006; FR, April 4, 2007; FR, Jan.
     16, 2008).
ACETANISOLE
    Cleared under §172.515 (FR Oct. 27, 1964).
ACETATE
    Petition withdrawn July 12, 1991, which had been Dow Chemical Petition Aug. 14, 1990, would have amended
    §173.25 to clear as a replacement ion in the purification of coffee.
ACETIC ACID (CAS Reg. No. 64-19-7)
    Generally Recognized as Safe status affirmed under §184.1005 as follows (FR June 25, 1982):
           Definition: C2H4O2, also known as ethanoic acid and occurring naturally in plant and animal tissues or
           produced by the fermentation of carbohydrates or by organic synthesis, with the principal synthetic methods
           currently employed being oxidation of acetaldehyde derived from ethylene, liquid phase oxidation of butane,
           and reaction of carbon monoxide with methanol derived from natural gas.
           Specifications: Meets Food Chemical Codex specifications.
           Uses and limitations: Used as a curing and pickling agent; flavor enhancer; flavoring agent and adjuvant; pH
           control agent; solvent and vehicle; and boiler water additive in food at levels not to exceed current good
           manufacturing practice, which results in maximum levels, as served, of 0.25% in baked goods; 0.8% in
           cheeses and dairy product analogs; 0.5% in chewing gum; 9.0% in condiments and relishes; 0.5% in fats and
           oils; 3.0% in gravies and sauces; 0.6% in meat products and 0.15% or less for all other food categories and as
           a boiler water additive at levels not to exceed current good manufacturing practices.
     An aqueous solution containing hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, acetic acid, and 1-hydroxyethyli-dene-1,1-
     diphosphonic acid which provides when ready to use not less than 550 ppm and not more than 1,100 ppm
     hydrogen peroxide, not less than 100 ppm and not more than 200 ppm peracetic acid, not less than 150 ppm and
     not more than 300 ppm acetic acid, and not less than 15 ppm and not more than 30 ppm 1-hydroxyethylidene-1,1-
     diphosphonic acid is cleared under §178.1010 (FR March 4, 1986).
     An aqueous solution containing hydrogen peroxide, peroxyacetic acid, acetic acid, sulfuric acid, and 2,6-
     pyridinecarboxylic acid, that when ready for use provides hydrogen peroxide at not less than 300 ppm and not
     more than 465 ppm; peroxyacetic acid at not less than 200 ppm and not more than 315 ppm; acetic acid at not
     less than 200 ppm and not more than 340 ppm; sulfuric acid at not less than 10 ppm and not more than 20 ppm;
     and 2,6-pyridinecarboxylic acid at not less than 0.75 ppm and not more than 1.2 ppm, is cleared under §178.1010
     for use on food-processing equipment and utensils, including dairy-processing equipment (FR May 22, 1989).
     Cleared by Meat Inspection Division to separate fatty acids and glycerol in rendered fats in amounts sufficient for
     the purpose. The refining agent must be eliminated during process of manufacturing.
     Generally recognized as safe for use in animal feed under §582.1005.
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ACETIC ACID - ACETIC ACID ETHENYL ESTER, POLYMER…                                                              Page 2.2
ACETIC ACID (cont.)
    An aqueous solution containing hydrogen peroxide, acetic acid, peroxyacetic acid, octanoic acid, peroxyoctanoic
    acid, sodium 1-octanesulfonate and 1-hydroxyethylidene-1,1-diphosphonic acid, is cleared under §178.1010 for
    use (1) on food processing equipment and utensils, including dairy and beverage-processing equipment, but
    excluding food-contact surfaces in public eating places and dairy and beverage containers, in a solution that shall
    provide when ready to use at least 72 ppm and not more than 216 ppm hydrogen peroxide, at least 46 ppm and not
    more than 1348 ppm peroxyacetic acid, at least 40 ppm and not more than 122 ppm octanoic acid (including
    peroxyactanoic acid), at least 281 ppm and not more than 686 ppm acetic acid, at least 7 ppm and not more than
    34 ppm 1-hydroxyethylidene-1,1-diphosphonic acid, and at least 36 ppm and not more than 109 ppm sodium 1-
    octanesulfonate acid; (2) on food-contact equipment and utensils in wartewashing machines, including
    warewashing machines in public eating places, at temperatures no less than 120°F (49°C) the solution shall provide
    at least 30 ppm and not more than 91 ppm hydrogen peroxide, at least 19 ppm and not more than 58 ppm
    peroxyacetic acid, at least 17 ppm and not more than 52 ppm octanoic acid (including peroxyactanoic acid) at least
    119 ppm and not more than 290 ppm acetic acid, at least 3 ppm and not more than 14 ppm 1-hydroxyethylidene-
    1,1-diphosphonic acid and at least 15 ppm and not more than 46 ppm sodium 1-octanesulfonate and (3) on dairy
    or beverage containers the solution shall provide at least 36 ppm and not more than 109 ppm hydrogen peroxide,
    at least 23 ppm and not more than 69 ppm peroxyacetic acid, at least 23 ppm and not more than 69 ppm
    peroxyacetic acid, at least 20 ppm and not more than 61 ppm octanoic acid (including peroxyoctanoic acid), at least
    140 ppm and not more than 343 ppm acetic acid, at least 3 ppm and not more than 17 ppm 1-hydroxyethylidene-
    1,1-diphosphonic acid at at least 18 ppm and not more than 55 ppm sodium 1-octanesulfonate (FR June 4, 1996).
     Cleared under §173.315 for use as a mixture of peroxyacetic acid not to exceed 80 p.p.m. in wash water, acetic acid
     and hydrogen peroxide not to exceed 59 p.p.m. in wash water limited to use on fruits and vegetables that are not
     raw agricultural commodities. (FR Sept. 3, 1996)
     Cleared by the Meat and Poultry Inspection Division as an acidifier in various products in amounts sufficient for
     the purpose. Information as to the specific products in which use of the substance is approved may be obtained
     upon inquiry to the Standards and Labeling Division and use of the substance must be functional and suitable for
     the product and at the lowest level necessary to accomplish the desired technical effect, as determined in specific
     cases prior to label approval.
     Exempted from the requirement of a tolerance under new §180.940 when used in accordance with good
     manufacturing practice as ingredients in an antimicrobial pesticide formulation, provided that the chemical
     substance is applied on a semipermanent or permanent food-contact surface (other than being applied on food
     packaging) with adequate draining before contact with food (FR, April 28, 2004).
     Exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance established under §180.1258 for residues of acetic acid when used
     as a grain and hay preservative on agricultural commodities such as alfalfa, barley grain, Bermuda grass,
     bluegrass, brome grass, clover, corn grain, cowpea hay, fescue, lespedeza, lupines, oat gain, orchard grass, peanut
     grass, Timothy, vetch and wheat grain, or commodities described as grain or hay (FR, June 11, 2003; FR, Aug. 3,
     2005).
     Ecolab Inc. petition (FR, Sept. 1, 1999) withdrawn. Petition proposed exemption from the requirement of a tolerance
     for acetic acid in or on raw agricultural commodities, in processed commodities and in or on meat and meat
     byproducts of cattle, sheep, hogs, goats, horses and poultry; milk and dairy products, eggs, seafood and shellfish
     and fruit and fruits and vegetables when such residues result from use of acetic acid as a component of a food
     contact surface sanitizing solution for use in food handling establishments (FR, May 21, 2008).
     Summerset Products petition would establish an exemption from the requirement of a tolerance in §180.1258 for
     residues of acetic acid when used as a herbicide applied to commercial and residential crops (FR, Nov. 19, 2008).
     Organic Works/BioNet International Corp., c/o Interregional Research Project No. 4 petition would establish an
     exemption from the requirement of a tolerance in §180.1258 for residues of the biochemical pesticide acetic acid in
     or on all food commodities (FR, March 4, 2009).
ACETIC ACID, CHLORO-, SODIUM SALT, REACTION PRODUCTS WITH 4,5-DIHYDRO-2-UNDECYL-1H-IMIDAZOLE-
1-ETHANOL AND SODIUM HYDROXIDE (CAS Reg. No. 68608-66-2)
    Exempted from the requirement of a tolerance under new §180.940 when used in accordance with good
    manufacturing practice as ingredients in an antimicrobial pesticide formulation, provided that the chemical
    substance is applied on a semipermanent or permanent food-contact surface (other than being applied on food
    packaging) with adequate draining before contact with food (FR, April 28, 2004).
ACETIC ACID ETHENYL ESTER, POLYMER WITH ETHENOL AND a-2-PROPENYL-omega-HYDROXYPOLY(OXY-1,2-
ETHANEDIYL (CAS Reg. No. 137091-12-4)
    Acetic acid ethenyl ester, polymer with ethenol and a-2-propenyl-omega-hydroxypoly(oxy1,2-ethanediyl having a
    minimum number average molecular weight of 15,000, is exempted from tolerance requirements under §182.99
    when used as a component of water-soluble films in pesticide formulations applied to growing crops (FR May 24,
    1995).
ACETIC ACID ETHENYL ESTER, POLYMER WITH 1-ETHENYL-2-PYRROLIDINONE (CAS Reg. No. 25086-89-9)
    An exemption from the requirement of a tolerance established in §180.960 for residues of acetic acid ethenyl ester,
    polymer with 1-ethenyl-2-pyrrolidinone (CAS Reg. No. 25086-89-9) when used as an inert ingredient in a pesticide
    formulation (FR, June 28, 2006; FR, Oct. 4, 2006).


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ACETIC ACID ETHENYL ESTER, POLYMER WITH SODIUM (CAS Reg. No. 92489-37-5)
    An exemption from the requirement of a tolerance is established in §180.960 for residues of acetic acid ethenyl
    ester, polymer with sodium 2-methyl-2-[(1-oxo-2-propene-1-yl) amino]-1-propanesulfonate (1:1), hydrolyzed,
    minimum number average molecular weight (in amu) 61,000, when used as an inert ingredient in pesticide
    formulations (FR, July 9, 2008; FR, Sept. 10, 2008).
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
     Cleared under §172.892, as follows: (1) Alone; (2) with adipic anhydride, not to exceed 0.12%; (3) with epichlorohydrin, not
     to exceed 0.3%; and (4) in a treatment with phosphorus oxychloride, not to exceed 0.1% followed by either acetic
     anhydride, not to exceed 8%, or vinyl acetate, not to exceed 7.5% (FR Sept. 1, 1964; FR Jan. 14, 1975). Acetyl groups in
     food starch-modified not to exceed 2.5% (FR Nov. 8, 1966).
     Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.910 when used as a solvent or cosolvent in pesticide
     formulations applied to growing crops or to raw agricultural commodities after harvest and under new §180.930
     when used as a solvent, cosolvent or stabilizer in pesticide formulations applied to animals (FR, April 28, 2004).
ACETOCHLOR
    Tolerances established in §180.470 for residues of acetochlor and its metabolites containing the EMA and HEMA
    moieties in or on: (1) corn, pop, grain at 0.05 ppm and corn, pop, stover at 1.5 ppm; beet, sugar, root and tops; pea
    and bean (except soybean), dried and shelled (subgroup 6C); potato and sunflower, seed at 0.05 ppm; grain, cereal
    (except corn),group 15, at 0.05 ppm; grain, cereal (except corn), forage/fodder/straw (group 16) at 0.5 ppm; grain,
    cereal (except corn), forage, fodder and straw, group 16, hay at 2.0 ppm; grain, cereal (except corn),
    forage/fodder/straw (group 16), stover at 0.1 ppm; grain, cereal (except corn), forage/fodder/straw (group 16),
    straw at 0.3 ppm; (2) corn, field, forage at 3.0 ppm; (3) sorghum, forage at 1.6 ppm; sorghum, grain at 0.05 ppm
    and sorghum, grain, stover at 1.0 ppm and (4) corn, sweet, fodder and forage at 1.5 ppm; corn, sweet, kernels plus
    cob with husks removed at 0.05 ppm; non-grass animal feeds (group 18) forage at 1.3 ppm and non-grass animal
    feeds (group 18), hay at 3.5 ppm (FR, Feb. 7, 2007; FR, May 16, 2007).
     Nichino America, Inc., petition would establish tolerances in §180.470 for residues of acetochlor and its metabolites
     containing the EMA and HEMA moieties, when present as a result of the application of acetochlor to soil or growing
     crops, in or on: corn, field, forage at 4.5 ppm and corn, field, stover at 3.0 ppm (FR, June 13, 2008).
ACETOIN ACETATE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
ACETOIN (ACETYL METHYLCARBINOL)
    Generally recognized as safe under §182.60.
     Generally recognized as safe for use in animal feed under §582.60.
α-ACETOLACTATE DECARBOXYLASE (ALDC)
    α-acetolactate decarboxylase (ALDC) derived from Bacillus subtilis modified by recombinant DNA techniques to
     contain the gene coding for ALDC from B. brevis cleared under §173.115 for use as a processing aid in the brewing
     and alcoholic beverages industries (FR, May 16, 2001).
2'-ACETONAPHTHONE
     Cleared under §172.515.
ACETONE
    Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.910 when used as a solvent or cosolvent in pesticide use as
    inert (or accasionally active) ingredient applied to growing crops or to raw agricultural commodities after harvest
    (FR, April 28, 2004).
     A tolerance of 30 ppm is established for acetone in spice oleoresins, when present as a residue from extraction of
     spice, under §173.210.
     Cleared under §175.105.
     Cleared as an adjuvant under §175.320 (FR April 17, 1965).
     Cleared as an adjuvant in the preparation of slimicides, under §176.300.
     Exempted from the requirement of a tolerance under §170.39 as a blowing agent at levels up to 1.1% by weight in
     the manufacture of polystyrene food-contact articles.
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
     Whitmire Micro-Gen, c/o Landis International, Inc., petition would establish an exemption from the requirement in
     §180.930 for residues of acetone when used as an inert ingredient in a pesticide product, when used in accordance
     with good agricultural practice as a solvent or co-solvent in pesticide formulations applied to animals (FR, Feb. 6,
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ACETONE-FORMALDEHYDE CONDENSATE - ACETYLATED LANOLINE ALCOHOL                                                   Page 2.4
ACETONE-FORMALDEHYDE CONDENSATE (CAS Reg. No. 25619-09-4)
    Cleared under §175.105 (FR Dec. 5, 1984).
ACETONE PEROXIDES
    Cleared for use in the manufacturing and bleaching of flour in a quantity not more than sufficient for such effect,
    in flour and in bread and rolls where standards of identity do not preclude its use, under §172.802.
          Conditions: (a) The additive is a mixture of monomeric and linear dimery aectone peroxides, with minor
          proportions of higher polymers, manufactured by reaction of hydrogen peroxide and acetone; (b) The additive
          may be mixed with an edible carrier to give a concentration of either 3 gm-10 gm of hydrogen peroxide
          equivalent per 100 gm of the additive, plus carrier, for use in flour conditioning and bleaching, or
          approximately 0.75 gm of hydrogen peroxide equivalent per 100 gm of the additive, plus carrier, for use in
          dough conditioning. Labeling: The label of the food additive container and any intermediate premix shall bear:
          (a) The name "Acetone Peroxides;" (b) The concentration of the additive expressed in hydrogen peroxide
          equivalents per 100 gm; (c) Adequate use directions to provide a final product that complies with the
          limitations described.
ACETONE-UREA-FORMALDEHYDE RESIN
    Cleared under §175.105. (FR Sept. 9, 1964).
ACETONITRILE
    Exemption from tolerance requirements under §180.920 revoked (FR, Sept. 21, 2005).
ACETOPHENONE
    Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.920 when used as an attractant in formulations applied to
    growing crops (FR, April 28, 2004).
     Cleared under §172.515.
ACETOYL BUTYRATE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETOXY-3-BUTANONE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
6-ACETOXYDIHYDROTHEASPIRANE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
4-ACETOXY-2,5-DIMETHYL-3(2h)FURANONE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers’ Association.
9-ACETOXY-1-p-MENTHENE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
1-ACETOXY-2-METHOXYBENZENE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
3-ACETOXYOCTENE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
4-(p-ACETOXYPHENYL)-2-BUTANONE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
1-ACETOXY-2-(2,2,3-TRIMETHYL-3-CYCLOPENTENYL)ETHANE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
ACETYLACETALDEHYDE, DIMETHYL ACETAL
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
ACETYLATED LANOLINE ALCOHOL
    Exemption from tolerance requirement under §180.930 revoked (FR, Sept. 21, 2005).




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Page 2.5                                             ACETYLATED MONOGLYCERIDES - 2-ACETYL-5-NITROTHIAZOLE
ACETYLATED MONOGLYCERIDES
    Cleared for use in or on food under §172.828, in accordance with the following prescribed conditions:
           The additive is manufactured by: (a) The interesterification of edible fats with triacetin and in the presence of
           catalytic agents that are not food additives or are authorized by regulation, followed by a molecular distillation
           or by steam stripping, or (b) The direct acetylation of edible monoglycerides with acetic anhydride without the
           use of catalyst or molecular distillation, and with the removal by vacuum distillation, if necessary, of the
           acetic acid, acetic anhydride, and triacetin.
           The additive has a Reichert-Meissl value of 75-200 and an acid value of less than 6. (FR Jan. 25, l985).
           It is used at a level not in excess of the amount reasonably required to produce its intended effect in food, or
           in food-processing, food-packing, or food-storage equipment.
     Acetylated monoglycerides complying with §172.828 is cleared under §175.230.
     Cleared by Meat Inspection Division to emulsify shortening, in an amount sufficient for the purpose.
4-ACETYL-6-t-BUTYL-1,1-DIMETHYLINDANE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
ACETYL BUTYRYL
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
ACETYL iso-BUTYRYL
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
1-ACETYLCYCLOHEXYL ACETATE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
3-ACETYL-2,5-DIMETHYLFURAN
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETYL-3,5(and 6)-DIMETHYLPYRAZINE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
3-ACETYL-2,5-DIMETHYL-THIOPHENE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
N-ACETYL ETHANOLAMINE
    Cleared for use in adhesives under §121.2510 (ADHESIVES).
ACETYL ETHYL CARBINOL
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETYL-3-ETHYL-1,4-DIAZINE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETYL-3-ETHYL-PYRAZINE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETYLFURAN
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
ACETYL GALLATE
    USDA proposal Jan. 28, 1982, would clear use in margarine at 0.2 % by weight of the finished product individually
    or in combination with other antioxidants approved for use in margarine.
ACETYL GUAIACOL
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
4-ACETYL-2-METHYLPYRIMIDINE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETYL-5-NITROTHIAZOLE
    A tolerance of 0.1 p.p.m. for negligible residues in edible residues of turkeys is established under §556.20 (2-
    ACETYLAMONO-5-NITROTHIAZOLE) (FR Sept. 9, 1970).




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N-ACETYL L-METHIONINE - ACETYL TRIBUTYL CITRATE                                                                 Page 2.6

N-ACETYL L-METHIONINE -- See METHIONINE.

ACETYL METHYL CARBINOL (ACETOIN)
    Generally recognized as safe under §182.60 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
ACETYL METHYL CARBINYL
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETYL-5-METHYLFURAN
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
ACETYL-(p-NITROPHENYL)SULFANILAMIDE -- See SULFANITRAN

ACETYL PEROXIDE
    Cleared for use as a polymerization catalyst under §176.170 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD IN
    CONTACT WITH AQUEOUS AND FATTY FOODS); and §176.180 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD IN
    CONTACT WITH DRY FOODS.
ACETYL PROPIONYL
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
ACETYL PYRAZINE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
b-ACETYLPYRIDINE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETYLPYRIDINE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
3-ACETYLPYRIDINE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETYLPYRROLE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-ACETYL THIAZOLE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
ACETYL TRIBUTYL CITRATE (CAS Reg. No. 77-90-7)
    Granted prior sanction for use as a plasticizer in the manufacture of food-packaging materials, and listed in
    §181.27 (PLASTICIZERS).
     Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.930 when used in pesticide formulations applied to
     animals as a component of plastic animal tags (FR, April 28, 2004).
     Cleared for use under §175.105.
     Cleared for use as a plasticizer as follows: (a) In resinous and polymeric coatings for metal substrates and for
     suitable substrates for repeated use under §175.300 (RESINOUS AND POLYMERIC COATINGS); (b) In paper and
     paperboard for aqueous and fatty food use under §176.170 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD IN
     CONTACT WITH AQUEOUS AND FATTY FOODS); (c) In coatings for metal surfaces under §175.300 (ZINC-SILICON
     DIOXIDE MATRIX COATINGS; (d) Under §177.1210 (CLOSURES WITH SEALING GASKETS FOR FOOD
     CONTAINERS); and (e) In xylene-formaldehyde resins under §l75.380 (XYLENE-FORMAL-DEHYDE RESINS
     CONDENSED WITH 4,4'-iso-PROPYLIDENEDIPHENOL-EPICHLOROHYDRIN EPOXY RESINS).
     Cleared for use as a plasticizer for the food-contact surface of resinous and polymeric coatings under §175.320
     (RESINOUS AND POLYMERIC COATINGS FOR POLYOLEFIN FILMS).
Cleared for use under §178.3910 (SURFACE LUBRICANTS USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF METALLIC ARTICLES) (FR
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ALKYL MONO- AND DISULFONIC ACIDS, SODIUM SALTS (Con’t)
    Alkyl mono- and disulfonic acids, sodium salts (produced from n-alkanes in the range of C10-C18 with not less than
    50% C14-C16), are cleared under §178.3130 (ANTISTATIC AND/OR ANTIFOGGING AGENTS IN FOOD-PACKAGING
    MATERIALS) for use as antistatic agents at levels not to exceed 0.1% by weight of polyolefin films that comply with
    §177.1520 (POLYOLEFIN FILMS) that contact only nonacid aqueous products; acid, aqueous products; aqueous
    acid or nonacid products containing free fat or oil, dairy products and modifications; low-moisture fats and oils;
    nonalcoholic beverages and beverages containing up to 8% alcohol; bakery products; dry solids with the surface
    containing no free fat or oil, and dry solids with the surface containing free fat or oil that are room temperature
    filled and stored, refrigerated stored or frozen stored with no thermal treatment in the container and as antistatic
    agents at levels not to exceed 3.0% by weight of polystyrene or rubber-modified polystyrene complying with the
    specifications in §177.1640 (POLYSTYRENE AND RUBBER-MODIFIED POLYSTYRENE) in contact with foods that
    are boiling water sterilized; hot filled or pasteurized above or below 150°F; room temperature filled and stored,
    refrigerated stored, or frozen stored with no thermal treatment in the container or frozen or refrigerated stored
    ready-prepared foods intended to be reheated in the container at time of use (FR April 11, 1995).
     Alkyl mono-and disulfonic acids, sodium salts (produced from n-alkanes in the range of C10-C18 with not less than
     50% C14-C16) are cleared under §176.180 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD IN CONTACT WITH DRY
     FOOD) (FR April 11, 1995).
     Alkyl mono- and disulfonic acids, sodium salts (produced from n-alkanes in the range of C10-C18 with not less than
     50% C14-C16 are cleared under §178.3400 (EMULSIFIERS AND/OR SURFACE ACTIVE AGENTS) for use: (1) as
     emulsifiers for vinylidene chloride copolymer coatings at a level not to exceed 2% by weight of the coating solids and
     as emulsifiers for vinylidene chloride copolymer or homopolymer coatings at levels not to exceed a total of 2.6% by
     weight of coating solids, provided the finished polymer contacts only acid, aqueous products; aqueous, acid or
     nonacid products containing free fat or oil, dairy products and modifications, low-moisture fats and oils;
     nonalcoholic beverages or beverages containing up to 8% alcohol; bakery products, dry solids with the surface
     containing no free fat or oil or dry solids with the surface containing free fat or oil that are room temperature filled
     and stored, refrigerated stored, or frozen stored, all with no thermal treatment in the container; (2) at levels not to
     exceed 2 percent by weight of polyvinyl chloride and/or vinyl chloride copolymers complying with §177.1980 (VINYL
     CHLORIDE-PROPYLENE COPOLYMERS); (3) as emulsifiers in vinylidene chloride copolymer or homopolymer
     coatings at levels not to exceed a total of 2.6 percent by weight of coating solids provided the finished polymer
     contacts only nonacid, aqueous products; acid, aqueous products; aqueous acid or nonacid products containing
     free fat or oil; dairy products and modifications; low-moisture fats and oils; nonalcoholic beverages and beverages
     containing up to 8% alcohol; bakery products; dry solids with the surface containing no free fat or oil, or dry solids
     with the surface containing free fat or oil that are room temperature filled and stored, refrigerated stored, or frozen
     stored with no thermal treatment in the container and (4) emulsifiers and/or surface-active agents at levels not to
     exceed 3.0% by weight of polystyrene or rubber-modified polystyrene complying with §177.1640 (POLYSTYRENE
     AND RUBBER-MODIFIED POLYSTYRENE) in contact with foods that are boiling water sterilized; hot filled or
     pasteurized above or below 150°F; room temperature filled and stored, refrigerated stored, or frozen stored with no
     thermal treatment in the container, or frozen or refrigerated stored ready-prepared foods intended to be reheated in
     the container at time of use (FR April 11, 1995).
ALKYL(C7-C12) NAPHTHALENE
    Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
ALKYL (C1-C9)PHENOLFORMALDEHYDE
    Cleared as a modifier for wood, gum and tall oil rosins, rosin dimers, decarboxylated rosin (including rosin oil), and
    disproportionated rosin for use in adhesives under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
ALKYL(C8-C13)PHENOXYPOLYETHOXYETHANOL
    Petitions withdrawn March 2, 1967, would have amended §175.315 (CHEMICALS IN WASHING FRUITS AND
    VEGETABLES) to clear use of alkyl (C8-C13)phenoxypolyethoxyethanol (4-15, 30-50 mols).
α-(p-ALKYLPHENOL)-omega-HYDROXYPOLY(OXYETHYLENE)
     α-(p-Alkylphenol)-omega-hydroxypoly(oxyethylene) products of the condensation of 1 mole of alkylphenol (alkyl is a
     mixture of propylene tetramer and pentamer isomers and averages C13) with 6 moles of ethylene oxide, is exempted
     from tolerance requirements under new §180.910 when used as surfactants or related adjuvants of surfactants in
     pesticide formulations applied to growing crops or to raw agricultural commodities after harvest and under new
     §180.930 when used in formulations applied to animals (FR, April 28, 2004).
ALKYL (C10-C16) POLYGLYCOSIDES (CAS Reg. No. 110615-47-9)
    Exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance established under §180.910 and §180.930 for residues of alkyl
    (C10-C16) polyglycosides (CAS Reg. No. 110615-47-9) when used as an inert ingredient (surfactant) pre- and post-
    harvest (§180.910) and applied to animals (§180.930) (FR, Dec. 10, 2003; FR, Sept. 14, 2005).
N-ALKYL PRIMARY AMINES AND ACETATE SALTS
    The Joint Inerts Task force, Cluster Support Team 25, petition would establish an exemption from the requirement
    of a tolerance in §180.920 for residues of N-alkyl (C8-C18) primary amines and acetate salts, where the alkyl group
    is linear and may be saturated and/or unsaturated (FR, March 4, 2009).




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BACILLUS SUBTILIS
     Listed for use as an adjunct employed for clarifying in finished beer and deemed to be generally recognized when used for
     this purpose at up to 1.2 p.p.m., in accordance with good brewing practices, by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and
     Firearms.
     EPA established an exemption from the requirement of a tolerance for residues of bacillus subtilis strain QST 713 on all
     agricultural commodities when applied/used according to label instructions (65 FR 41365, July 5, 2000)).
     Listed for use as an adjunct employed for conversion in brewing and deemed to be generally recognized as safe when used
     for this purpose at 2.27 p.p.m., in accordance with good brewing practices, by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and
     Firearms.
BACILLUS SUBTILIS GB03
    Growth Products Ltd. Petition would exempt Bacillus subtilis GB03 from the requirement of a temporary tolerance
    (FR, Dec. 19, 2001).
     Exemption from the requirement of a tolerance is established in §180.1111 for residues of Bacillus subtilis GB03 in
     or on all raw agricultural commodities when applied as a seed treatment for growing agricultural crops in
     accordance with good agricultural practice (FR, Nov. 2, 2007; FR, Aug. 27, 2008).
BACILLUS SUBTILIS MBI 600
    Becker Underwood Inc. petition would amend the tolerance exemption in §180.1128 for residues of the biofungicide
    Bacillus subtilis MBI 600, applied or used in or on all food commodities, including post-harvest uses (FR, Nov. 14,
    2008).
BACILLUS SUBTILIS var AMYLOLIQUEFACIENS STRAIN F2B24
    EPA established an exemption from the requirement of a tolerance for residues of Bacillus subtilis var
    amyloliquefaciens strain F2B24 on all agricultural commodities when applied/used in accordance with good
    agricultural use practices for plant stengthening, growth enhancement and plant disease supression (FR, July 30,
    2003).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS
    Bacillus thuringiensis fermentation solids and/or solubles are exempt from tolerance requirements under new
    §180.910 when used as a diluent or carrier in pesticide formulations applied to growing crops or to raw agricultural
    commodities after harvest (FR, April 28, 2004).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CryIA(b) DELTA-ENDOTOXIN
    Exemption from the requirement of a tolerance for Bacillus thuringiensis CryIA(b) delta-endotoxin and the genetic
    material necessary for its production in corn in §180.1152 revoked because that exemption has been replaced by
    an exemption in §180.1173 that applies to all plants (FR, April 23, 2004).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS Cry1A.105
    Temporary exemption from the requirement of a tolerance established in §174.453 for residues of the plant-
    incorporated protectant Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1A.105 protein and the genetic material necessary for its
    production in corn in or on field corn, sweet corn and popcorn, when applied/used as a plant incorporated
    protectant (FR, May 26, 2006; FR, July 17, 2006).
     Exemption from the requirement of a tolerance established in §174.502 for residues of the plant-incorporated
     protectant Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1A.105 protein in corn; corn, field; corn, sweet and corn, pop, when used as a
     plant-incorporated protectant in these commodities (FR, Aug. 1, 2007; FR, July 16, 2008).
     Monsanto Co. petition would amend the exemption from the requirement of a tolerance in §174.502 for residues of
     the plant-incorporated protectant Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1A.105 protein and the genetic material necessary for
     its production in food and feed commodities of field corn, sweet corn and popcorn (FR, April 16, 2008).
     Monsanto Co. petition would establish an 18-month time-limited exemption from the requirement of a tolerance in
     §174.502 for residues of the plant-incorporated protectant Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1A.105 protein, in or on food
     and feed commodities cotton seed, cotton seed oil, cotton seed meal, cotton hay, cotton hulls, cotton forage and
     cotton gin byproducts (FR, March 4, 2009).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS (B.t. Cry3A/35Ab1 Insecticidal Crystal Protein)
    Temporary exemption from the requirement of a tolerance etablished for residues of the plant-incorporated
    protectant Bacillus thuringiensis (B.t. Cry3A/35Ab1 Insecticidal Crystal Protein and the genetic material necessary
    for its production in corn (formerly known as Bacillus thuringiensis (B.t.)) 149B1 protein and the genetic material
    necessary for its production in corn) when applied/used as a plant-incorporated protectant (FR, July 7, 2003).




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BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS (B.t.) Cry2Ab2
    Monsanto petition would remove time limitation for exemption from the requirement of a tolerance etablished for
    residues of the plant-incorporated protectant Bacillus thuringiensis (B.t.) Cry2Ab2 protein and the genetic material
    necessary for its production in cotton in or on cotton (FR, Dec. 10, 2003).
     Temporary exemption from the requirement of a tolerance established in §174.454 for residues of the plant-
     incorporated protectant Bacillus thuringiensis Cry2Ab2 protein and the genetic material necessary for its
     production in corn in or on field corn, sweet corn and popcorn, when applied/used as a plant-incorporated
     protectant (FR, May 26, 2006; FR, July 17, 2006).
     An exemption from the requirement of a tolerance is established in §174.519 for residues of the plant-incorporated
     protectant Bacillus thuringiensis Cry2Ab2 protein in all plants when used as plant-incorporated protectant in food
     and feed commodities corn; corn, field; corn, sweet; corn, pop; cotton seed; cotton oil; cotton meal; cotton hay;
     cotton hulls; cotton forage and cotton gin byproducts (FR, Aug. 1, 2007; FR, July 2, 2008).
     Monsanto Co. petition would amend the exemption from the requirement of a tolerance in §174.503 for residues of
     the plant-incorporated protectant Bacillus thuringiensis Cry2Ab2 protein and the genetic material necessary for its
     production in food and feed commodities of field corn, sweet corn and popcorn (FR, April 16, 2008).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRY9C
    Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies tolworthi Cry9C protein and the genetic material necessary for its production are
    exempted from the requirement of a tolerance for residues in corn for feed use only, as well as in meat, poultry,
    milk or eggs resulting from animals fed such feed. The final rule also eliminates the need to establish a maximum
    permissible level for residues of this plant-pesticide for these uses (FR May 22, 1998).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRY1F
    Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1F protein and the genetic material necessary for its production in corn are exempt from
    the requirement of a tolerance when used as plant-pesticides in the food and feed commodities of field corn, sweet
    corn and popcorn (FR, June 6, 2001).
     Temporary exemption established for residues of Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1F protein and the genetic material
     necessary for its production in cotton when applied/used as a plant-incorporated protectant (FR, April 30, 2003).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS MODIFIED CRY3A PROTEIN
    Permanent exemption from the requirement of a tolerance established in §174.456 for residues of modified Bacillus
    thuringiensis Cry3A protein and the genetic material necessary for its production in corn in or on field corn, sweet
    corn and popcorn when applied/used as a plant-incorporated protectant (FR, March 15, 2006; FR, Nov. 1, 2006).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS MODIFIED CRY1Ab PROTEIN
    Exemption from the requirement of a tolerance is established in §174.529 for residues of modified Bacillus
    thuringiensis Cry1Ab protein as identified under OECD Unique Identifier SYN-IR67B-1 in cotton; cotton, undelinted
    seed; cotton, refined oil; cotton, meal; cotton, hay; cotton, hulls; cotton, forage and cotton, gin byproducts (FR, Jan.
    30, 2008; FR, July 16, 2008).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS SUBSPECIES AIZAWAI CRY1F
    Temporary exemption from the requirement of a tolerance established for the plant-incorporated protectant Bacillus
    thuringiensis subspecies aizawai Cry1F (synpro) insect control protein and the genetic material responsible for the
    production of this protein in or on cotton. Temporary tolerance will expire May 1, 2005 (FR, March 31, 2004).
     A temporary exemption from the requirement of a tolerance established for the plant-incorporated protectant
     Bacillus thuringiensis var. aizawai strain PS811 Cry1F (synpro) insect control protein and the genetic material
     responsible for the production of this protein in or on cotton (FR, Sept. 30, 2004).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS VAR KURSTAKI CRY1Ac
    Mycogen Seeds, c/o Dow AgroSciences petition would establish a temporary exemption from the requirement of a
    temporary tolerance for the plant-incorporated protectant Bacillus thuringiensis var Kurstaki Cry1Ac in or on
    cotton (FR, Oct. 9, 2002).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRY34Ab1 and CRY35Ab1
    Exemption from the requirement of a tolerance established in §174.457 for the plant-incorporated protectant
    Bacillus thuringiensis Cry34Ab1 and Cry35Ab1 proteins and the genetic material necessary for their production in
    corn (FR, Aug. 31, 2004; FR, Sept. 21, 2005).
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRY2Ae
    A temporary exemption from the requirement of a tolerance is established in §174.530 for the plant-incorporated
    protectant Bacillus thuringiensis Cry2Ae insect control protein (vector pTEM12) in the food commodities of cotton;
    cotton, undelinted seed; cotton, refined oil; cotton, meal; cotton, hay; cotton, hulls; cotton, forage and cotton, gin
    byproducts, when used as a plant incorporated protectant in accordance with terms of an EPA experimental use
    permit. Temporary exemption to expire Dec. 12, 2012 (FR, Aug. 8, 2007; FR, Sept. 10, 2008).




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1-(4-CHLOROPHENOXY)-3,3-DIMETHYL-1-(1H-1,2,4-TRIAZOL-1-YL)-2-BUTANONE
     Tolerances are established under §185.800 for residues of the fungicide and its metabolite β-(4-chlorophenoxy)-α-
     (1,1-dimethylethyl)-1H-1,2,4-triazole-1-ethanol of 4.0 p.p.m. in milled fractions (except flour) of barley and wheat
     (FR Feb. 9, 1983; FR June 29, 1988; FR Aug. 28, 1996; FR Sept. 26, 1996)
     Tolerances established under §186.800 for residues of the fungicide and its metabolite of 3.0 p.p.m. in wet and dry
     grape pomace; 4.0 p.p.m. in wet and dry apple pomace and 7.0 p.p.m. in raisin waste (FR Feb. 9, 1983; FR June
     29, 1988).
     Petition withdrawn Feb. 8, 1995, filed by Miles Petition June 10, 1992, would have set a tolerance for residues of
     the fungicide of 5.0 p.p.m. in pineapple bran.
     Mobay Chemical Petition July 18, 1984, would amend §185.800 to set tolerances for the fungicide and its
     metabolite β-(4-chloro-phenoxy)-α-(1,1-dimethylethyl)-1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-ethanol of 0.05 p.p.m. in or on refined
     sugar and cottonseed cake, meal and oil and 0.10 p.p.m. in molasses.
     Mobay Chemical Petition Jan. 16, 1985, as amended March 13, 1985, and further amended Feb. 22, 1990, would
     amend §185.800 to set a tolerance of 1.0 p.p.m. in tomato catsup and tomato paste and to set a tolerance of 5.0
     p.p.m. in or on tomato pomace for residues of the fungicide and its metabolites containing chlorophenoxy and
     triazole moieties.
     Mobay Chemical Petition July 18, 1990, would amend §185.800 for residues of the fungicide and its metabolites
     containing the chlorophenyl and triazole moieties to lower a food additive tolerance in wheat milled fraction (except
     flour) from 4.0 p.p.m. to 2.0 p.p.m.
β-(4-CHLOROPHENOXY)-α-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-1H-1,2,4-TRIAZOLE-1-ETHANOL
     Petition withdrawn July 22, 1992, filed by Mobay Chemical Petition April 10, 1985, and amended June 18, 1986,
     would have set food additive tolerance for residues of the fungicide and its metabolite of 1.5 p.p.m. in grape juice
     and 4.0 p.p.m. in wheat milled fractions (except flour) and feed additive tolerance of 5.0 p.p.m. in raisin waste; 50.0
     p.p.m. in grape pomace (wet and dry).
     Mobay Chemical Petition Jan. 16, 1985, would set tolerances for residues of the fungicide and its metab-olite 4-(4-
     chlorophenoxy)-2,2-dimethyl-4-(1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-yl) of 0.6 p.p.m. in grape juice; 1.8 p.p.m. in raisin waste; and
     2.5 p.p.m. in grape pomace.
2-(M-CHLOROPHENOXY)PROPIONIC ACID
     Tolerances established under §186.850 of 3.0 p.p.m. in pineapple bran (FR Nov. 24, 1981; FR June 29, 1988).
     Revocation date for tolerance in §180.325 for residues of 2-(m-chlorophenoxy)propionic acid, called cloprop, from
     application of the acid or 2-(m-chlorophenoxy)propionamide in or on pineapple changed to Feb. 1, 2007 (FR, July
     23, 2004).
N.N'-(2-CHLORO-1,4-PHENYLENE)bis[4-[(2,5-DICHLOROPHENYL)AZO]-3-HYDROXY-2-
NAPHTHALENECARBOXAMIDE
     Petition withdrawn March 1, 1996, filed by Ciba-Geigy July 20, 1988, would have amended §178.3297 to clear
     N,N'-(2-chloro-1,4-phenylene)bis[4-[(2,5-dichlorophenyl)-azo]-3-hydroxy-2-naphthalenecarboxamide].
trans-5-(4-CHLOROPHENYL)-N-CYCLOHEXYL-4-METHYL-2-OXOTHIAZOLIDINE-3-CARBOXAMIDE
     Petition withdrawn Feb. 22, 1990, which had been filed by DuPont Aug. 6, 1985, and amended April 28, 1988,
     would have set a tolerance of 5.0 p.p.m. in apple pomace for residues of the insecticide and its metabolites
     containing the (4-chlorophenyl)-4-methyl-2-oxo-3-thiazolidine moiety.
     DuPont Petition Dec. 3, 1986, would set a food additive tolerance of 10.0 p.p.m. in raisins for residues of the
     insecticide and its metabolites containing the thiazolidine moiety and would set feed additive tolerances of 3.0
     p.p.m. in wet grape pomace, 10.0 p.p.m. in raisin waste, and 15.0 p.p.m. in dry grape pomace.
     DuPont Petition Jan. 29, 1987, would set a tolerance of 15.0 p.p.m. in almond hulls for residues of the miticide and
     its metabolites containing the thiazolidine moiety.
3,6-bis(4-CHLOROPHENYL)-2,4-DIHYDRO-PYRROLO(3,4-c)PYRROLE-1,4-DIONE (CAS Reg. No. 84632-65-5)
     Cleared under §178.3297 in polymers intended for use in contact with food (FR March 3, 1997).
(2-(4-CHLOROPHENYL)-3-ETHYL-2,5-DIHYDRO-5-OXO-4-PYRIDAZINECARBOXYLIC ACID, POTASSIUM SALT) --
See CLOFENCET.

α-[2-(4-CHLOROPHENYL)ETHYL]-α-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-1H-1,2,4-TRIAZOLE-1-ETHANOL
      Mobay Petition March 23, 1989, would set tolerances for residues of the pesticide of 1.0 p.p.m. in barley milled
      fractions (except flour) and wheat milled fractions (except flour); 4.0 p.p.m. in wet grape pomace; 6 p.p.m. in raisin
      waste; and 12.0 p.p.m. in dry grape pomace.
3,6-BIS(2-CHLOROPHENYL)-1,2,4,5-TETRAZINE
     Tolerance set under §186.425 of 20.0 ppm in apple pomace, tied to an experimental use permit expiring March 15,
     1987 (FR March 19, 1986).
S-((p-CHLOROPHENYLTHIO)METHYL)O,O-DIETHYL PHOSPHORODITHIOATE --See CARBOPHENOTHION



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     Tolerance established under §185.375 for residues of the insecticide in dried tea of 45 ppm, resulting from
     application of the insecticide to the growing crop (FR June 10, 1967) was revoked March 9, 1994.
CHLOROPICRIN
   Tolerances for residues of the insecticide chloropicrin in §180.1008 in or on barley; buckwheat; corn (including
   popcorn); oats; rice; rye; grain sorghum and wheat are revoked (FR, Sept. 21, 2005).
CHLOROPRENE
   Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
1-[(6-CHLORO-3-PYRIDINYL) METHYL]-N-NITRO-2-IMIDAZOLIDINIMINE -- See IMIDACLOPRID

CHLOROPRENE POLYMERS
   Cleared as elastomers employed in the preparation of rubber articles under §177.2600.
3-CHLORO-2-SULFOPROPIONIC ACID-TREATED STARCH
    Exemption granted under §170.39 for use at levels up to 1.5% by weight in paper towels and napkins destined for
    single service food-contact applications at temperatures not to exceed 212°F.
N'-(4-CHLORO-o-TOLYL)-N,N-DIMETHYLFORMAMIDINE -- See CHLORDIMEFORM

2-CHLORO-1-(2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENYL)VINYL DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE (CAS Reg. 22248-79-9)
    Cleared under §186.950 for use in the feed of beef and dairy cattle and of horses at the rate of 0.00015 pound (0.07
    gram) per 100 pounds body weight per day and in the feed of swine at the rate of 0.00011 pound (0.05 gram) per
    100 pounds of body weight per day for the control of fecal flies in manure of treated animals. The label and labeling
    of the pesticide formulation containing the feed additive must conform to the label and labeling registered by the
    EPA (FR May 15, 1975; FR June 30, 1982; FR June 29, 1988; FR Sept. 26, 1996).
     Tolerances in §180.252 for residues of tetrachlorvinphos in or on alfalfa and sheep, fat revoked (FR, July 31, 2002).
     Time-limited tolerances, to expire March 31, 2010, established in §180.252 for residues of tetrachlorvinphos in or
     on: egg; liver of poultry and fat of cattle and hog, all at 0.2 ppm; kidney and meat byproducts (except liver) of cattle
     and hog at 1.0 ppm; milk, fat and liver of cattle and hog, all at 0.05 ppm; meat byproducts, except liver, of poultry
     and meat of cattle and hog, both at 2.0 ppm; poultry, fat at 7.0 ppm and meat of poultry at 3.0 ppm. Tolerances in
     or on fat of goat and horse revoked (FR, Sept. 17, 2008).
CHLOROTHALONIL
   Time-limited tolerance for combined residues of chlorothalonil and its metabolite, 4-hydroxy- 2,5,6-
   trichloroisophthalonitrile in or on ginseng, root, at 0.10 ppm, established in connection with FIFRA Section 18
   emergency exemption authorizing use on ginseng in Michigan and Wisconsin to control botrytis leaf, stem and
   flower blight, extended to Dec. 31, 2008 (FR, Nov. 7, 2001; FR, Jan. 5, 2005; FR, Dec. 19, 2007).
     Tolerance established in §180.275 for residues of chlorothalonil and its metabolite, 4-hydroxy- 2,5,6-
     trichloroisophthalonitrile (SDS-3701) in or on snow peas at 5 ppm (FR, Aug. 20, 2004; FR, July 27, 2007).
     Petition from the states of California, Connecticut and New York, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, would
     modify or revoke tolerances for chlorothalonil (FR, March 9, 2005).
     Tolerances in §180.275 for residues of chlorothalonil are: (1) established in or on: vegetable, fruiting group 8,
     except tomato, and okra, both at 6.0 ppm; vegetable, cucurbit, group 9 and Brassica, head and stem, subgroup 5A;
     both at 5.0 ppm; horseradish; ginseng and rhubarb, all at 4.0 ppm; lentil and yam, true, both at 0.10 ppm; (2)
     established with a regional registration for persimmon at 1.5 ppm, and (3) removed in or on: broccoli; Brussels
     sprouts; cabbage; cauliflower; cucumber; melon; non-bell pepper; pumpkin; summer and winter squash, as well as
     time-limited tolerance for ginseng (FR, Jan. 23, 2008; FR, Dec. 3, 2008).
     Tolerances established in §180.275 for residues of chlorothalonil and its metabolite, 4-hydroxy- 2,5,6-
     trichloroisophthalonitrile (SDS-3701) in or on lychee at 15 ppm and starfruit at 3.0 ppm (FR, March 4, 2009).
CHLOROTRIFLUOROETHYLENE-VINYLIDENE FLUORIDE COPOLYMER
   Cleared as an elastomer employed in the preparation of rubber articles under §177.1600.
CHLOROTRIFLUOROETHYLENE RESINS, COPOLYMERIZED
   Cleared under §177.1380, are: (1) Chlorotrifluoroethylene resins produced by the homopolymerization of
   chlorotrifluoroethylene; (2) Chlorotrifluoroethylene resins produced by the copoly-merization of
   chlorotrifluoroethylene and 1,1-difluoroethylene; and (3) Chlorotrifluoroethylene-1,1-difluoroethylene copolymer
   resins produced by copolymerization of chlorotrifluoroethylene, 1,1-di-fluoroethylene and tetrafluoroethylene, for
   repeated contact with food, when containers are cleansed prior to first contact and for one-time uses, depending on
   the extractability of the resins (FR June 15, 1965).



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ESTER
     Zoecon Petition April 21, 1982, would set a tolerance of 0.5 ppm for residues of the insecticide in cottonseed oil,
     tied to an experimental use permit.
     Zoecon Petition May 19, 1982, would set a food additive tolerance for residues of the insecticide of 0.3 ppm in
     cottonseed oil and a feed additive tolerance of 0.1 p.p.m. in cottonseed hulls.
     Zoecon Petition July 2, 1982, would set a tolerance of 1.0 p.p.m. for residues of the insecticide in cottonseed oil and
     0.3 p.p.m. in cottonseed hulls, tied to use under an experimental use permit.
CHLORPROPHAM
   Interim tolerance in §180.310 for residues of isopropyl m-chlorocarbanilate (CPIC), called chlorpropham, in or on
   spinach, is revoked (FR, July 23, 2004).
     Tolerances established in §180.181 in or on: potato, wet peel at 40 ppm; milk at 0.30 ppm; fat of cattle, goat, hog,
     horse and sheep at 0.20 ppm; meat of cattle, goat, hog, horse, and sheep at 0.06 ppm; meat byproducts, except
     kidney, of cattle, goat, hog, horse and sheep at 0.06 ppm; kidney of cattle, goat, hog, horse and sheep at 0.30 ppm,
     and potato at 30 ppm (FR, July 11, 2007).
CHLORPYRIFOS
   Cleared under §185.1000. The insecticide, O,O-diethyl d-(3,5,6-trichloro-pyridyl)phos-phorothioate is cleared as
   follows: (1) in food handling establishments where food and food products are held, processed, prepared or served,
   including but not limited to restaurants, grocery stores, bakeries, bottling plants and canneries (a) as a spray for
   crack and crevice and/or spot treatment, with concentration of the insecticide limited to a maximum of 0.5% active
   ingredient, provided equipment to be used for crack and crevice treatment can deliver a pin-stream, and equipment
   for spot treatment can deliver a coarse, low-pressure spray for spot treatment, to avoid atomization or splashing of
   the spray, with contamination of food or food-contact surfaces to be avoided; (b) as a slow release paint or
   formulation with the active ingredient limited to a maximum of 2% by weight; (c) in adhesive strips containing a
   maximum of 10% by weight of the controlled-release product, with a maximum of 36 strips (or 5.15 grams of
   chlorpyrifos) to be used for 100 sq ft of floor space, and the strips are not to be placed in exposed areas where
   direct contact with food, utensils, and food-contact surfaces is likely to occur; (2) at a residue level of 0.4 p.p.m. in
   peanut oil; (3) at a residue level of 8 p.p.m. in mint oil; (4) at a residue level of 3.0 p.p.m. in corn oil (FR May 5,
   1982); (6) at a residue level of 25.0 p.p.m. in citrus oil (FR March 23, 1988; FR June 29, 1988); (7) at a residue level
   of 1.5 p.p.m. for milling fractions (except flour) of wheat (FR April 14, 1993) and (8) in microencapsulated form for
   use in or on all food items in food service establishments where food and food products are prepared and served
   with a residue tolerance of 0.1 p.p.m., provided application of the microencapsulated product is limited solely to
   spot and/or crack and crevice treatment in a spray concentration limited to a maximum of 0.5% of the active
   ingredient by weight, with equipment for crack and crevice treatment capable of delivering a pin stream of spray
   directly into cracks and crevices or capable of applying small amounts of insecticide into cracks and crevices; for
   spot treatment an individual spot is not to exceed two square feet; all treatments must be applied so as to avoid
   contamination of food or food contact surfaces; labels and labeling must conform to that registered by the EPA (FR
   March 25, 1992).
     Tolerances are established under §186.1000 for residues of the insecticide of (1) 5.0 ppm in dried sugar beet pulp;
     (2) 15.0 ppm in sugar beet molasses (FR Feb. 8, 1969; FR April 12, 1983); (3) 1.5 ppm in sorghum milling fractions
     (FR June 19, 1979); (4) 0.5 ppm in dried citrus pulp (FR July 14, 1982; FR Dec. 17, 1997).
     General Mills Petition noted and withdrawn Nov. 2, 1994, would have set a time-limited tolerance for residues of
     chlorpyrifos of 0.4 ppm in finished oat-containing cereal products manufactured on or before June 15, 1994,
     expiring June 15, 1995.
     Dow Chemical Petition June 10, 1981, as amended Feb. 8, 1984 and March 10, 1993, would amend §186.1000 to
     set a tolerance of 65 ppm in tomato pomace.
     Dow Chemical Petition Feb. 17, 1982, would amend §186.1000 to set a tolerance of 8.0 ppm in dried apple pomace.
     Dow Chemical Petition June 22, 1983 would amend §185.1000 to set a tolerance of 0.2 ppm in raisins and would
     amend §186.1000 to set tolerances of 0.8 ppm of which no more than 0.5 ppm is chlorpyrifos in raisin waste and
     3.0 ppm of which no more than 2.5 ppm is chlorpyrifos in grape pomace.
     Tolerances in §180.342 for beans, lima, forage; beans, snap, forage and sorghum milling fractions; mushrooms and
     seed and pod vegetables; caneberries and sugarcane; and dates revoked (FR, July 31, 2002).
     Natural Resources Defense Council and Pesticide Action Network North America petition would revoke all
     tolerances and cancel all registrations for chlorpyrifos (FR, Oct. 17, 2007).
     Dow AgroSciences petition would amend §180.342 by: (1) establishing tolerances in or on: grass, forage (crop group
     17) at 11 ppm; grass, hay (crop group 17) at 30 ppm; barley, grain at 0.5 ppm; barley, straw at 2 ppm; barley, hay
     at 3 ppm; barley, milled fractions at 1 ppm, and (2) amending tolerances in or on cattle, fat at 0.6 ppm; goat, hog
     and sheep fat at 0.4 ppm and horse, fat at 0.5 ppm (FR, April 16, 2008).



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CHLORPYRIFOS (Con’t)
   Tolerances in §180.342 for residues of chlorpyrifos, per se are: (1) revoked in or on: tomatoes; blueberries; banana,
   pulp; milling wheat fractions (except flour) of wheat; soybean, forage; nut, tree, group 14; Brussels sprouts;
   cabbage; cabbage, Chinese; bean, lima and bean, snap, succulent; milk, whole; leek; cherimoya; feijoa (pineapple
   guava) and sapote; (2) decreased in or on apple to 0.01 ppm and vegetable, brassica, leafy, group 5 to 1.0 ppm; (3)
   revised to read: fruit, citrus, group 10; turnip, roots and cherry, sweet and cherry, tart, all at 1.0 ppm; onion, bulb
   and rutabaga; both at 0.5 ppm; peanut, refined oil at 0.2 ppm; meat and meat byproducts of cattle, goat, hog and
   sheep; plum, prune, fresh and vegetable, legume, group 6, except soybean, all at 0.05 ppm; horse, fat; horse, meat
   and horse, meat byproducts, all at 0.25 ppm; peppermint, tops and spearmint, tops, both at 0.8 ppm; peppermint,
   oil and spearmint, oil; corn, field, forage; corn, field, stover; corn, sweet, forage; corn, sweet, stover; all at 8.0 ppm;
   fat, meat and meat byproducs of poultry, all at 0.1 ppm; turnip, tops at 0.3 ppm, and (4) established in or on:
   hazelnut and pecan, both at 0.2 ppm; apple, wet pomace at 0.02 ppm and lettuce at 1.0 ppm (FR, Sept. 17, 2008).
CHLORPYRIFOS-METHYL
   Tolerances are set under §185.1050 for residues of the insecticide --O,O-dimethyl-o-(3,5,6-trichloro-2-
   pyridyl)phosphorothioate and its metabolite 3,5,6-trichloro-1-pyridinol -- of 30 p.p.m. in rice and wheat milling
   fractions (except flour); 90 p.p.m. in barley and sorghum milling fractions (except flour); and 130 p.p.m. in oat
   milling fractions (except flour) (FR June 27, 1985; FR June 29, 1988).
     Tolerances are set under §186.1050 for residues of the insecticide and its metabolite of 30 p.p.m. in rice and wheat
     milling fractions (except flour); 90 p.p.m. in barley and sorghum milling fractions (except flour); and 130 p.p.m. in
     oat milling fractions (except flour) (FR June 27, 1985; FR June 29, 1988).
CHLORSULFURON
   Tolerances etablished for residues of the herbicide chlorsulfuron, 2-Chloro-N-[(4-methoxy-6-methyl-1,3,5-triazin-2-
   yl) aminocarbonyl] benzenesulfonamide in or on the raw agricultural commodities grass forage at 11 ppm and grass
   hay at 19 ppm (FR, Aug. 14, 2002).
CHLORTETRACYCLINE
   Tolerances are established under §556.150 (CHLORTETRACYCLINE) for residues in food, as follows:
          In edible tissues from calves, as follows: 4 ppm in uncooked liver and kidney; 1 ppm in uncooked muscle and
          fat.
          In edible tissues of beef cattle and nonlactating dairy cows: 0.1 ppm in uncooked kidney, liver and muscle;
          zero tolerance in uncooked fat and zero tolerance in milk (FR, Oct. 20, 1965).
          In edible tissues of sheep, as follows: 1 ppm in uncooked kidney; 0.5 ppm in uncooked liver; and 0.1 ppm in
          uncooked muscle.
          In edible tissues of swine, as follows: 4 ppm in uncooked kidneys, 2 ppm in uncooked liver, 1 ppm in
          uncooked muscle, 0.2 ppm in uncooked fat.
          In edible tissues of chickens, turkeys and ducks fed chlortetracycline-medicated feeds, as follows: 4 ppm in
          uncooked kidneys and 1 ppm in uncooked muscle, liver, fat, and skin, zero tolerance in eggs (FR Sept. 6,
          1967; FR Dec. 17, 1974).
     Tolerances are established under §556.150 for the sum of residues of the tetracyclines, including chlortetracycline,
     oxytetracycline, and tetracycline, in tissues of beef cattle, nonlactating dairy cows, calves, swine, sheep, chickens,
     turkeys and ducks, as follows: 2 p.p.m. in muscle; 6 ppm in liver; and 12 ppm in fat and kidney; and 0.4 ppm in
     eggs (FR Dec. 23, 1996; FR Sept. 30, 1998; FR Oct. 27, 1998).
CHLORTHIOPHOS
   EM Laboratories Petition July 9,1980, would set feed additive tolerances of 2.0 p.p.m. in raisin waste, 4.0 p.p.m. in
   almond hulls and 6.0 p.p.m. in grape pomace for residues of the insecticide.
CHOLINE BITARTRATE
   Generally recognized as safe as a dietary supplement under §182.5250.
     Generally recognized as safe as a nutrient under §182.8250.
     Generally recognized as safe as a nutrient and/or dietary supplement in animal feed under §582.5250.
CHOLINE CHLORIDE (CAS Reg. No. 67-48-1)
   Generally recognized as safe as a dietary supplement under §182.5252.
     Generally recognized as safe as a nutrient under §182.8252.
     Generally recognized as safe as a dietary supplement and/or nutrient in animal feed under §582.5252.
     Loveland Products, Inc., petition would establish an exemption in §180.920 for residues of choline chloride when
     used as a pesticide inert ingredient as a solvent in pesticide formulations (FR, Dec. 3, 2008).
CHOLINE STEARATE
   Petition withdrawn Oct. 6, 1978, filed by Hoffman-Taff May 23, 1974, would have affirmed generally recognized as
   safe status as a source of nutritional choline in livestock and poultry feeds for fortification purposes.

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CHOLINE XANTHATE
   Cleared as an added source of choline in animal feed to supplement the diets of poultry, ruminants and swine in
   accordance with good feeding practice under §573.300.
CHONDRUS EXTRACT (CARRAGEENIN)
   Generally recognized as safe as a stabilizer under §182.7255.
     Generally recognized as safe as a stabilizer in animal feeds under §582.7255 when used in accordance with good
     manufacturing or feeding practices.
CHROME ALUM -- See CHROMIUM POTASSIUM SULFATE

CHROME OXIDE (Cr2O3)
   Cleared as a color employed in the preparation of rubber articles under §177.2600. Total colors not to exceed 10%
   by weight of rubber product.
CHROMIC CHLORIDE COMPLEXES
   Myristo and stearato chromic chloride complexes granted prior sanction for use in paper and paperboard
   manufacture and listed under §181.30.
     Myristo chromic chloride complex and stearato chromic chloride complex are cleared as release agents in the
     closure area of packaging containers intended for use in producing, manufacturing, packing, processing, preparing,
     treating, packaging, transporting, or holding food under §178.3290, subject to the following provisions: (A) The
     quantity used shall not exceed that reasonably required to accomplish the intended technical effect nor exceed 7
     micrograms of chromium per square inch of closure area; (B) The packaging container which has its closure treated
     with the release agent shall have a capacity of not less than 120 gm of food/sq. in. of such treated closure area.
CHROMIUM ANTIMONY TITANIUM BUFF RUTILE (C.I. Pigment Brown 24)
   Chrome antimony titanium buff rutile (C.I. Pigment Brown 24), CAS Reg. No. 68186-90-3, cleared under §178.3297
   as a colorant for polymers intended for use in contact with food at levels not to exceed 1 percent by weight or
   polymers. The finished articles may be used in contact with foods that are boiling water sterilized; hot filled or
   pasteurized above 150°F; hot filled or pasteurized below 150°F; room temperature filled and stored, refrigerated
   storage and frozen storage, all with no thermal treatment in container; and frozen or refrigerated storage: ready-
   prepared foods intended to be reheated in container at time of use (FR Aug. 19, 1999).
CHROMIUM CASEINATE
   Cleared under §175.105.
CHROMIUM (Cr III) COMPLEX OF N-ETHYL-N-HEPTADECYLFLUOROOCTANE SULFONYL GLYCINE
   The chromium (CR III) complex of N-ethyl-N-heptadecylfluorooctane sulfonyl glycine containing up to 20% by
   weight of the chromium (Cr III) complex of heptadecylfluorooctane sulfonic acid is cleared as a component of paper
   for packaging dry food under §176.180, in accordance with the following: (A) Not to exceed 0.5% by weight of the
   paper; (B) The food contact surface of the paper is overcoated with a polymeric or resinous coating of at least 1/3
   mil in thickness, in accordance with §176.170, or else the treated paper forms one or more plies of a paper in a
   multiwall bag and is separated from the food by at least one ply of packing films or grease resistant paper which
   serves as a functional barrier between the food additive and the food; (C) The labeling of the food additive shall
   contain adequate directions for its use to insure compliance with the Order.
CHROMIUM COMPLEX OF PERFLUORO-OCTANE SULFONYL GLYCINE
   Granted prior sanction for use on waxed paper and paperboard used in food packaging and listed in §181.30.
CHROMIUM NITRATE
   Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
CHROMIUM OXIDE
   Petition withdrawn Jan. 9, 1968, would have cleared use as a colorant in polymeric films.
CHROMIUM OXIDE GREEN (Cr2O3) (C.I. PIGMENT GREEN 17, C.I. No. 77288)
   Cleared under §178.3297 for use in polymers used in contact with food at a level not to exceed 5% by weight of the
   polymer, except as specified below (FR Nov. 5, 1998); for use in olefin polymers complying with §177.1520 (FR Aug.
   30, 1991) and for use in repeat-use rubber articles complying with §177.2600 provided total use does not exceed
   10% by weight of the rubber articles (FR Dec. 21, 1993).
CHROMIUM POTASSIUM SULFATE (CHROM ALUM)
   Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
     Cleared as an optional adjuvant substance in animal glue as a colloidal flocculant added to the pulp suspension
     prior to the sheet-forming operation in the manufacture of paper and paperboard, under §178.3120.
d-trans-CHRYSANTHEMUM MONOCARBOXYLIC ACID ESTER OF dl-2-ALLYL-4-HYDROXY-3-METHYL-2-
CYCLOPENTEN-1-0NE
     Agrevo Environmental Health Petition April 26, 1996, would set tolerances of 3 ppm for residues of the insecticide
     in or on all food items in food-handling establishments and all feed-handling establishments.


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CINCHONA, RED, BARK (Cinchona succirubra Pab. or its hybrids)
    Cleared for use in beverages under §172.510 (NATURAL FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND NATURAL SUBSTANCES
    USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLAVORS) (FR March 24, 1965), with not more than 83 p.p.m. total cinchona
    alkaloids in finished beverages.
CINCHONA EXTRACT
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
CINEOLE
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
1,4-CINEOLE
     Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS) (FR Feb. 19, 1965).
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
CINNAMALDEHYDE (CINNAMIC ALDEHYDE)
    Generally recognized as safe under §182.60 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
     Generally recognized as safe in animal feed under §582.60 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND
     ADJUVANTS).
     Exempted by EPA from the requirement of a tolerance for residues of the biochemical cinnamaldehyde in or on all
     food commodities when applied as a broad spectrum fungicide/insecticide/algaecide in accordance with good
     agricultural practices (FR Feb. 17, 1999).
CINNAMALDEHYDE ETHYLENE GLYCOL ACETAL
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
CINNAMIC ACID
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
CINNAMIC ACID, TETRAHYDROFURFURYL ESTER
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
CINNAMON
    Exempted from tolerance requirements under §182.99 (ADJUVANTS FOR PESTICIDE CHEMICALS) when used as
    an attractant in pesticide formulations applied to growing crops (FR June 21, 1974).
CINNAMON, CEYLON (Cinnamomum zeylanicum Nees)
    Generally recognized as safe under §182.10 (SPICES AND OTHER NATURAL SEASONINGS AND FLAVORINGS).
     Generally recognized as safe in animal feed under §582.10 (SPICES AND OTHER NATURAL SEASONINGS).
CINNAMON, CHINESE (Cinnamon cassia Blume)
    Generally recognized as safe under §182.10 (SPICES AND OTHER NATURAL SEASONINGS AND FLAVORINGS).
     Generally recognized as safe in animal feed under §582.10 (SPICES AND OTHER NATURAL SEASONINGS AND
     FLAVORINGS).
CINNAMON, SAIGON (Cinnamomum Loureirii Nees)
    Generally recognized as safe under §182.10 (SPICES AND OTHER NATURAL SEASONINGS AND FLAVORINGS).
     Generally recognized as safe in animal feed under §582.10 (SPICES AND OTHER NATURAL SEASONINGS AND
     FLAVORINGS).
CHYMOSIN
   Generally recognized as safe status affirmed under §184.1685, as follows (FR March 23, 1990; FR Feb. 25, 1992):
          Definition: Chymosin preparation is: (1) a clear solution containing the active enzyme chymosin (International
          Union of Biochemistry Enzyme Commission 3.4.23.4), derived via fermentation from a nonpathogenic and
          nontoxigenic strain of Escherichia coli K-12 containing the prochymosin gene. Prochymosin is isolated as an
          insoluble aggregate that is acid-treated to destroy residual cellular material, and, after solubilization, is acid-
          treated to form chymosin. It must be processed with materials that are Generally Recognized as Safe, or are
          food additives that have been approved by the FDA for this use; (2) a clear solution containing the active
          enzyme chymosin (E.C. 3.4.23.4) derived via fermentation from a nonpathogenic and nontoxigenic strain of
          Klyveromyces marxianus variety lactis containing the prochymosin gene which is secreted by cells into
          fermentation broth and converted to chymosin by acid treatment; and (3) a clear solution containing the active
          enzyme chymosin that is derived via fermentation from a nonpathogenic and nontoxigenic strain of Aspergillus
          niger van Tieghem variety awamori (Nakazawa) Al-Musallam (synonym A. awamori Nakazawa) containing the
          prochymosin; all materials used in the processing and formulation of chymosin must either be GRAS or food
          additives approved by FDA for this use.
          Specifications: Must meet general and additional requirements for enzyme preparations in the Food Chemicals
          Codex.
     Use and Limitations: Use as an enzyme, processing aid, and stabilizer and thickener in cheeses, frozen dairy
     desserts and mixes, gelatins, puddings, and fillings, and milk products, in accordance with current Good
     Manufacturing Practice at levels not to exceed current GMPs.
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DIBUTYLTIN OXIDE (CAS Reg. No. 818-08-6)
    Cleared under §175.105, §175.300, § 175.380, §175.390, §176.170 and §177.1210 as a catalyst in the production
    of polyester resins (FR Nov. 28, 1989).
     Cleared under §177.1420 (CROSS-LINKED POLYESTER RESINS) for use in the polycondensation reaction at levels
     not to exceed 0.2% of the polyester resin (FR Nov. 28, 1989).
DIBUTYL XANTHOGEN DISULFIDE
    Cleared as an accelerator for vulcanization of rubber under §177.2600 (RUBBER ARTICLES INTENDED FOR
    REPEATED USE). Total accelerators not to exceed 1.5% by weight of rubber product.
DICALCIUM ORTHOPHOSPHATE
    Listed as generally recognized as safe by FDA in material submitted to the House Interstate Committee in 1958.
    Status unclear in view of FDA revocation April 9, 1970, of letters declaring substances to be generally recognized as
    safe.
DICALCIUM PHOSPHATE
    Granted prior sanctions via clearances for optional use under food standards, as follows: (1) Use as a bleaching
    agent in flour under §137, at not more than six parts by weight alone or in combination with potassium alum,
    calcium sulfate, magnesium carbonate, sodium aluminum sulfate, tricalcium phosphate, starch and/or calcium
    carbonate, and with one part by weight of benzoyl peroxide; and (2) Use in bakery products, under §136, alone or in
    combination with calcium sulfate and/or ammonium chloride up to 0.25 part for each 100 parts by weight of flour
    used.
     Cleared under §175.300, §175.380, §175.390, §176.170, §177.1210 and §177.1350.
DICAMBA
    Velsicol Chemical Petition July 1, 1981, would set tolerance of 5 p.p.m. in cottonseed meal for residues of the
    herbicide and its metabolite.
     Sandoz Petition Dec. 16, 1987, would amend §185.1800 (DICAMBA) to set a tolerance of 0.05 p.p.m. in palm oil.
     Velsicol Chemical Petition Aug. 1, 1984, as amended Oct. 12, 1993, would set a tolerance of 6.0 p.p.m. in
     cottonseed meal for residues of the herbicide and its 5-hydroxy metabolite, resulting from application of the sodium
     salt.
     Velsicol Chemical Petition Dec. 26, 1985, would amend §185.1800 (DICAMBA) to set tolerances of 0.6 p.p.m. in
     tomato catsup, tomato juice, tomato pomace (wet and dry), and tomato puree.
     Tolerances for residues of dicamba in §180.227 are: (1) revoked in or on cotton, meal; sugarcane, forage;
     sugarcane, stover and the liver of cattle, goat, hog, horse and sheep, and (2) revised/established in or on: barley,
     grain at 6.0 ppm; barley, hay at 2.0 ppm; barley, straw at 15.0 ppm; corn, field, forage; corn, field, stover; corn,
     pop, stover; sorghum, grain, forage and meat byproducts, except kidney, of cattle, goat, hog, horse and sheep, all at
     3.0 ppm; corn, field, grain; corn, pop, grain and sugarcane, cane, all at 0.1 ppm; corn, sweet, forage and corn,
     sweet, stover, both at 0.50 ppm; corn, sweet, kernel plus cob with husks removed at 0.04 ppm; cotton, undelinted
     seed and milk, both at 0.2 ppm; grass, forage, fodder and hay, group 17, forage at 125.0 ppm; grass, forage, fodder
     and hay, group 17, hay at 200.0 ppm; millet, proso, forage; oat, forage; rye, forage and wheat, forage, all at 90.0
     ppm; millet, proso, grain; oat, grain; rye, grain; wheat, grain and sugarcane, molasses, all at 2.0 ppm; millet, proso,
     hay; oat, hay and wheat, hay, all at 40 ppm; millet, proso, straw; oat, straw; rye, straw; wheat, straw and soybean,
     hulls, all at 30.0 ppm; sorghum, grain, stover and soybean, seed, both at 10.0 ppm; sorghum, grain, grain and
     asparagus, both at 4.0 ppm; kidney of cattle, goat, hog, horse and sheep, all at 25.0 ppm; meat of cattle, goat, hog,
     horse and sheep, all at 0.25 ppm, and grain, aspirated fractions at 1000 ppm (FR, March 16, 1983; FR Nov. 24,
     1993; FR, May 9, 2007; FR, April 2, 2008; FR, Sept. 24, 2008).
DICETYL THIODIPROPIONATE
    Dicetyl thiodipropionate, with a melting point of 59°-62°C. as determined by ASTM Method E-324 and a
    saponification value in the range 176-183 as determined by ASTM Method D- 1962, cleared under §178.2010
    (ANTIOXIDANTS AND/OR STABILIZERS FOR POLYMERS), provided the concentration of dicetyl thiodipropionate
    and any other permitted antioxidants in the finished food-contact article do not exceed a total of 0.5 mg per square
    inch of food-contact surface (FR Nov. 24, 1970).
DICHLOBENIL
    Thompson-Hayward Petition noted Feb. 16, 1973, by EPA would set a tolerance for the combined negligible
    residues of the herbicide (2,6-dichlorobenzonitrile) and its metabolite (2,6-dichlorobenzamide) of 0.05 p.p.m. in
    potable water, resulting from use in the control of aquatic weeds.
     Uniroyal Petition March 26, 1986, would set tolerances for residues of the herbicide and its metabolite of 0.05
     p.p.m. in potable water and 5.0 p.p.m. in fish.
     Tolerances of dichlobenil revoked on almond hulls; avocados; citrus; figs; nuts; and mangoes (FR, Dec. 5, 2001).
     Tolerances set for apples and pears at 0.5 ppm, blackberries, cranberries, and raspberries at 0.10 ppm; and filbert
     at 0.1 ppm (FR, Dec. 5, 2001).
     Tolerances established in §180.231 for residues of dichlobenil in or on: rhubarb at 0.06 ppm; caneberry, subgroup
     13-07A at 0.10 ppm, and bushberry, subgroup 13-07B at 0.15 ppm (FR, Aug. 22, 2007; FR, Aug. 27, 2008).
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DICHLORMID
    Time-limited tolerances for residues of the inert ingredient (safener) dichlormid, (acetamide, 2,2-dichloro-N,N-di-2-
    propenyl-), CAS Reg. No. 37764-25-3, in or on corn (forage, grain, stover) at 0.05 ppm re-etablished (FR, Aug. 7,
    2002).
     Time-limited tolerances under §180.469 for residues of dichlormid in or on corn, sweet, forage; corn, sweet, kernel
     plus cob with husks removed and corn, sweet, stover, all at 0.05 ppm extended to Dec. 31, 2008 (FR, Sept. 30,
     2004; FR, Dec. 28, 2005).
     Dow AgroSciences LLC petition would establish tolerances in §180.469 for residues of dichlormid in or on corn
     (forage, grain, stover) at 0.05 ppm (FR, Feb. 23, 2005).
     Dow AgroSciences LLC petition would establish tolerances in §180.469 for residues of dichlormid in or on field corn
     (forage, grain, stover); pop corn (grain, stover) and sweet corn (forage, kernel plus cob with husks removed), all at
     0.05 ppm (FR, March 4, 2009).
4-(DICHLOROACETYL)-1-OXA-4-AZASPIRO[4.5]DECANE
     Import tolerances established for residues of 4-(dichloroacetyl)-1-oxa-4-azaspiro[4.5]decane (CAS Reg. No. 71526-
     07-3) in or on corn, field, forage; corn, field, grain; corn, field, stover; corn, pop, grain and corn, pop, stover at
     0.005 ppm (FR, Jan. 29, 2003).
DICHLOROBENZENE
     Exempted from tolerance requirements under §182.99 when used as a solvent or cosolvent in pesticide formulations
     applied to growing crops prior to the formation of edible parts. The substance must contain not more than 1% impurities.
     Livestock are not to be grazed in the treated areas within 48 hours after application (FR Sept. 9, 1971).
DICHLOROBENZIDINE
    Petition withdrawn Dec. 30, 1966, would have cleared rigid polyvinyl chloride sheeting colored with diazo pigment
    formed by coupling dichlorobenzidine with phenylcarbethoxy pyrazelone.
2,4-DICHLOROBENZOYL PEROXIDE
     Cleared as an accelerator for vulcanization of rubber under §177.2600. Total accelerators not to exceed 1.5% by
     weight of rubber product.
1,1-DICHLORO-2,2-bis-(p-CHLOROPHENYL)ETHANE -- See TDE

DICHLOROisoCYANURIC ACID
    Cleared under §178.1010 (SANITIZING SOLUTIONS).
DICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE
    Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.910 when used as a propellant in pesticide use dilutions
    by a grower or applicator prior to application or to the raw agricultural commodity after harvest and and under new
    §180.930 when used as a propellant in pesticide formulations applied to animals (FR, April 28, 2004).
     Cleared under §173.355 in accordance with good manufacturing practice as a direct- contact freezing agent for
     foods (FR Sept. 8, 1967). The label of the container must bear: (1) The name "dichlorodifluoromethane;" with or
     without the parenthetical name "Food Freezant 12;" and (2) The designation "food grade." The label or labeling of
     the food additive must bear adequate directions for use.
     Cleared under §185.2850 for admixture with ethylene oxide used as a fumigant for the control of microorganisms
     and insect infestations in ground spices and other processed natural seasoning materials, except mixtures with
     added salt (FR Sept. 17, 1970). If used as a carrier gas and diluent for ethylene oxide, the dichlorodifluoromethane
     must have a purity of not less than 99.97%, as provided in §173.355.
     Exemptions from tolerance requirements in §180.910 and §180.930 removed (FR, Aug. 3, 2005).
2,9-DICHLORO-5,12-DIHYDROQUINONE[2,3-b]ACRIDINE-7,14 DIONE (C.I. PIGMETN RED 202)
     2,9-Dichloro-5,12-dihydroquinone[2,3-b]acridine-7,14-dione (C.I. Pigment Red 202, CAS Reg. No. 3089-17-6)
     cleared under §178.3297 as a colorant in polymers used in contact with food at levels not to exceed 1.0% by weight
     (FR Nov. 3, 1998).
1,3-DICHLORO-5,5-DIMETHYLHYDANTOIN
     Lonza Petition June 14, 1995, would amend §176.300 to clear a mixture of 1-bromo-3-chloro-5,5-
     dimethylhydantoin; 1,3-dichloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin; and 1,3-dichloro-5-ethyl-5-methylhydantoin as a slimicide
     in the manufacture of paper and paperboard used to contact food.
3,5-DICHLORO-2,6-DIMETHYL-4-PYRIDINOL -- See CLOPIDOL

4,5-DICHLORO-1,2-DITHIOL-3-ONE (CAS Reg. 1192-52-5)
     Cleared under §175.105 (FR Nov. 29, 1966).
     Cleared under §176.300 as a slimicide in the manufacture of food-contact paper and paperboard at levels not to
     exceed 10 milligrams per kilogram in the pulp slurry (FR Dec. 15, 1999).
     Petition withdrawn Aug. 5, 1999, filed by Yoshitomi Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Sept. 19, 1991, would have
     amended §176.300 to clear 4,5-dichloro-1,2-dithiol-3-one.
     Yoshitomi Fine Chemicals, Ltd., Petition Sept. 24, 1997, to promulgate §185.9000 establishing tolerance
     exemptions for residues of the slimicide in or on paper and paperboard.
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DIMETHOATE
    A tolerance is established under §186.2100 of 5 ppm for residues of the insecticide, which is O,O-dimethyl S-(N-
    methylcarbamoylmethyl) phosphorodithioate and its oxygen analog (O,O-dimethyl S-(N-
    methylcarbamoylmethyl)phosphorothioate) in dried citrus pulp for cattle feed when the residues are present as a
    result of the application of the insecticide to the growing agricultural crop (FR Dec. 24, 1968).
     EPA proposal Sept. 21, 1995, would revoke §186.2100 tolerances in dried citrus pulp as unnecessary.
     Tolerances in §180.204 revoked for total residues of dimethoate in or on fat and meat of cattle, goat, hog, horse,
     poultry and sheep (FR, Feb. 11, 2004).
     Tolerances in §180.204 for residues of dimethoate are: (1) revoked in or on: apple; cabbage; collards; grape; lentil,
     seed and spinach; (2) revised in or on lettuce, leaf; wheat, hay; alfalfa, forage; alfalfa, hay; turnip, tops and cherry,
     sweet and cherry, tart, all at 2.0 ppm; sorghum, grain, forage; corn, field, forage; corn, sweet, forage; corn, field,
     stover; corn, pop, stover; sorghum grain, grain, all at 0.1 ppm; soybean, seed at 0.05 ppm; (3) decreased in or on
     turnip, roots to 0.2 ppm, and established in or on sorghum, grain, stover at 0.1 ppm (FR, Sept. 17, 2008).
DIMETHOMORPH
    Time-limited tolerances in §180.493 for residues of the fungicide dimethomorph (E,Z)4-[3-(4-chlorophenyl)-3-(3,4-
    dimethoxyphenyl)-1-oxo-2-propenyl morpholine in or on squash, cantaloupe, watermelon and cucumber are
    removed because the expired Dec. 31, 2003 (FR, Feb. 18, 1998, July 19, 2001, FR, Feb. 10, 2005).
     Time-limited tolerances removed for potatoes, tomatoes, tomato paste and tomato puree (FR, May 17, 2002).
     Tolerances established for residues of dimethomorph in or on dried cone hop at 60 ppm; leaf lettuce and head
     lettuce at 10 ppm; cucurbit vegetable group at 0.5 ppm and bulb vegetable group at 2 ppm (FR, Sept. 27, 2002).
     Tolerances established for residues of dimethomorph in or on vegetable, fruiting, group 8 at 1.5 ppm; brassica,
     leafy, greens (subgroup 5B) at 20.0 ppm; taro, leaves at 6.0 ppm and taro, corm at 0.5 ppm. Existing tolerance for
     tomato, fruit at 0.5 ppm is deleted as tomato is included in the tolerance for fruiting vegetable group 8 at 1.5 ppm
     (FR, Sept. 29, 2003).
     A tolerance for residues of dimethomorph has been established in §180.493 in or on Brassica head and stem
     (Subgroup 5A) at 2.0 ppm (FR, March 10, 2006; FR, Dec. 20, 2006).
     Tolerances established in §180.493 for residues of dimethomorph in or on bean, lima, succulenet (regional
     registration) at 0.60 ppm; ginseng at 0.90 ppm; grape at 3.5 ppm; grape, raisin at 6.0 ppm and turnip, greens at
     20.0 ppm(FR, May 16, 2008; FR, March 4, 2009).
     Tolerances in §180.493 for residues of dimethomorph are: (1) increased in or on potato, wet peel to 0.20 ppm and
     (2) re-established in or on potato at 0.05 ppm (FR, Oct. 8, 2008; FR, March 4, 2009).
1,2-DIMETHOXYBENZENE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers’ Association.
m-DIMETHOXYBENZENE
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
p-DIMETHOXYBENZENE
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
4,4'-DIMETHOXYDIPHENYLAMINE
     Cleared for use as an antioxidant or antiozonant employed in the preparation of rubber articles under §177.2600.
     Total antioxidants and antiozonants not to exceed 5% by weight of the rubber product.
1,1-DIMETHOXYETHANE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2,6-DIMETHOXYPHENOL
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
3,4-DIMETHOXY-1-VINYLBENZENE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
DIMETHYLACETAL
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2,4-DIMETHYLACETOPHENONE
     Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
1,4-DIMETHYL-4-ACETYL-1-CYCLOHEXENE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2,5-DIMETHYL-3-ACETYLFURAN
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
O,S-DIMETHYLACETYLPHOSPHORAMIDOTHIOATE -- See ACEPHATE.

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2,4-DIMETHYL-5-ACETYLTHIAZOLE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2,5-DIMETHYL-3-ACETYLTHIOPHENE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
DIMETHYLACRYLIC ACID
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
τ-δ-DIMETHYLACRYLIC ACID
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
DIMETHYLAMINE
    Cleared under §173.20 for use in the production of membranes used in processing grapefruit juice (FR June 9,
    1965).
     Petition withdrawn Sept. 8, 1995, filed by Allied Colloids June 14, 1990, would have amended §176.170 to clear a
     copolymer of dimethylamine, epichlorohydrin and dieth-ylenetriamine as a retention and drainage aid.
DIMETHYLAMINE-EPICHLOROHYDRIN COPOLYMER (CAS Reg. No. 25988-97-0)
    Dimethylamine-epichlorohydrin copolymer produced by copolymerization of dimethylamine and epichlorohydrin in
    which not more than 5 mole percent of dimethylamine may be replaced by an equimolar amount of
    ethylenediamine and in which the mole ratio of total amino to epichlorohydrin is approximately 1:1 is cleared under
    §173.60 as a decolorizing agent and/or flocculent in the clarification of refinery sugar liquors and juices, provided it
    is added only at the defecation/clarification stage of sugar liquor refining at a concentration not to exceed 160
    p.p.m. of copolymer by weight of sugar solids. The copolymer must meet the following specifications: Nitrogen
    content -- 9.4-10.8 weight percent on a dry basis. Minimum viscosity -- for a 50% by weight aqueous solution of the
    copolymer minimum viscosity is 175 centipoises at 25°C. as determined by LVT-series Brookfield viscometer using
    a No. 2 spindle at 50 rpm (or by another equivalent method). 1,3-Dichloro-2-propanol -- not more than 1,000
    p.p.m. Epichlorohydrin -- not more than 10 p.p.m. The epichlorohydrin and 1,3-dichloro-2-propanol content is to
    be determined by the analytical method entitled "The Determination of Epichlorohydrin Copolymer," which is
    available from FDA. Heavy metals (as Pb) -- 2 p.p.m. maximum. Arsenic (as As) -- 2 p.p.m. maximum. Labeling is to
    bear adequate directions to assure use in compliance with the provisions of the Order (FR Aug. 19, 1983).
     Dimethylamine epichlorohydrin copolymer in which not more than 5 mole percent of dimethylamine may be
     replaced by an equimolar amount of ethylenediamine and in which the ratio of total amine to epichlorohydrin does
     not exceed 1:1 is cleared under §176.170 for use: (1) as a retention aid employed prior to the sheet-forming
     operation in the manufacture of paper and paperboard at a level not to exceed 1 percent by weight of the finished
     paper and paperboard and (2) as a size press at a level not to exceed 0.017 percent by weight of the finished paper
     and paperboard. The nitrogen content of the copolymer is 9.4-10.8 weight percent on a dry basis and a 10 percent
     by weight aqueous solution of the final product has a minimum viscosity of 5.0 centipoises at 25°C. as determined
     by LVT-series Brookfield viscometer using a No. 1 spindle at 60 r.p.m. or by another equivalent method (FR Aug.
     17, 1976; FR Oct. 6, 1993).
DIMETHYLAMINE-EPICHLOROHYDRIN RESIN
     Dimethylamine-epichlorohydrin resin and acrylamide-acrylic acid resin, together or alone, cleared under §173.357
     as fixing agents for the immobilization of glucose isomerase enzyme preparations for use in the manufacture of high
     fructose corn syrup (FR, Jne 25, 2002).
DIMETHYLAMINE-2-METHYL-1-PROPANOL
    Cleared for use under §175.300, §175.380, §175.390, §176.170 and §177.1210 for modification of melamine-
    formaldehyde.
2-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-5,6-DIMETHYL-2-PYRIMIDINYL DIMETHYLCARBAMATE --See PIRIMICARB.

2-(DIMETHYLAMINO)ETHANOL (CAS Reg. No. 108-01-0)
     Cleared as an optional ingredient, at not more than 2 weight percent based on polymer solids in the coating
     emulsion, in n-butyl acrylate-styrene-methacrylic acid-hydroxyethyl methacrylate copolymers containing no more
     than 2 weight percent of total polymer units derived from methacrylic acid and no more than 9.5 weight percent
     total polymer units derived from hydroxyethyl methacrylate, for use in coatings in contact with dry solids, under
     §175.300, §175.390 and §177.1210 (FR Feb. 14, 1978).
DIMETHYLAMINOETHYL METHACRYLATE
    Cleared for use in copolymer formation for plastic articles intended for repeated use under §177.1010 (FR Dec. 4,
    1964).
     Cleared for use as a modifier for industrial starch under §178.3520 in an amount not to exceed 3.0%.
n-((DIMETHYLAMINO)METHYL)ACRYLAMIDE
     N-((Dimethylamino)methyl)-acrylamide polymer with acrylamide and styrene, having a nitrogen content of not more
     than 16.9% and a residual acrylamide monomer content of not more than 0.2% on a dry basis is cleared under
     §176.170 and §176.180 for use as a dry-strength agent prior to the sheet-forming operation of paper and
     paperboard at a level not to exceed 1 percent by weight of finished dry paper or paperboard fibers (FR Aug. 16,
     1974).
     N-((dimethylamino)methyl)acrylamide polymer with acrylamide and styrene is cleared under §176.180 (FR April 5,
     1973).
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iso-EUGENYL ETHYL ETHER
     Cleared under §172.515.
EUGENYL FORMATE
   Cleared under §172.515.
iso-EUGENYL FORMATE
     Cleared under §172.515.
EUGENYL METHYL ETHER
   Cleared under §172.515.
iso-EUGENYL METHYL ETHER
     Cleared under §172.515.
EUROPIC CHLORIDE
   Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.920 when used as a tagging agent at levels not to exceed
   10 ppm in pesticide formulations applied to growing crops (FR, April 28, 2004).
iso-EUGENYL PHENYLACETATE
     Cleared under §172.515.
EXFOLIATED HYDROBIOTITE -- See VERXITE

FAMOXADONE
   Tolerances established for residues of the fungicide famoxadone, (3-anilino-5-methyl-5-(4-phenoxyphenyl)-1,3-
   oxazolidine-2,4-dione), in or on vegetables, fruiting, group 8 (except tomato) at 4.0 ppm; tomato at 1.0 ppm;
   vegetables, cucurbit, group 9 at 0.30 ppm; lettuce, head at 10.0 ppm; potato at 0.02 ppm; grape at 2.5 ppm; raisin
   at 4 ppm; fat of cattle, horses, goats, sheep at 0.02 ppm; liver of cattle, horses, goats, sheep at 0.05 ppm and milk
   fat (reflecting the negligible residues in whole milk) at 0.060 ppm (FR, July 2, 2003).
     Tolerances established in §180.587 for residues of famoxadone in or on grapes (east of the Rockies) at 2.50 ppm;
     hop, dried cone at 80 ppm and caneberrry, subgroup 13A at 10 ppm (FR, May 10, 2006; FR, Nov. 22, 2006; FR,
     May 23, 2007).
     Tolerances in §180.587 for residues of famoxadone are: (1) established in or on: caneberry subgroup 13-07A at 10
     ppm; cilantro, leaves at 25 ppm; onion, bulb, subgroup 3-07A at 0.45 ppm; onion, green, subgroup 3-07B at 40
     ppm; spinach at 50 ppm and vegetable, leafy, except Brassica, group 4, except spinach, at 25 ppm, and (2) removed
     in or on lettuce, head and caneberry, subgroup 13A at 10 ppm, which were replaced by the new vegetable and
     caneberry tolerances (FR, March 12, 2008; FR, March 4, 2009).
FAMPHUR
   Tolerances established under §556.273 for the new animal drug including its oxygen analog in or on meat, fat, or
   meat byproducts of cattle at 0.1 ppm. (FR Oct. 23, 1997)
FARNESOL
   Cleared under §172.515.
FARNESYL ACETONE
   Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
FATS AND OILS
    Fats and oils derived from animal, marine, or vegetable sources are cleared under §176.200 and §177.1200 (FR
    Oct. 19, 1967).
FATS AND OILS, HYDROGENATED, SULFATED, OR SULFONATED
    Fats and oils derived from animal or vegetable sources, and the hydrogenated, sulfated, or sulfonated forms of such
    fats and oils are cleared under §175.105.
FATS, OILS, FATTY ACIDS, AND FATTY ALCOHOLS
    Fats, oils, fatty acids, and fatty alcohols derived from castor, coconut, cottonseed, fish, mustardseed, palm, peanut,
    rapeseed, ricebran, soybean, sperm, and tall oils and tallow, are cleared for use as adjuvant substances employed
    in the production of or added to textiles and textile fibers under §177.2800, either alone or reacted with one or
    more of the following substances:
          n-Butyl and isobutyl alcohol.                                     Methyl alcohol.
          Diethylene glycol.                                                Oxygen.
          Diethanolamine.                                                   Polyethylene glycol (mol. wt. 400-3,000).
          Glycerol.                                                         Potassium hydroxide.
          Hexylene glycol (2-methyl-2,4-pentanediol).                       Propylene glycol.
          Hydrogen.                                                         Sodium hydroxide.
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FATTY ACID AMIDES
    Amides (unsubstituted) of fatty acids from vegetable or animal oils are cleared as adjuvants for the food-contact
    surface under §175.320.
FATTY ACID AMINES
    Mixed fatty acid amines are cleared as activators in vulcanization of rubber under §177.2600. Total activators not
    to exceed 5% by weight of rubber product.
FATTY ACID (C12-C18) DIETHANOLAMIDE
    Cleared under §176.180.
FATTY ACID (C10-C18) DIETHANOLAMIDE CONDENSATE
    Cleared as substances employed in fiber finishing in the production of resin-bonded filters under §177.2260
    (FILTERS, RESIN BONDED).
FATTY ACID (C10-C18) MONO- AND DIESTERS OF POLYOXYETHYLENE GLYCOL (MOLECULAR WEIGHT 400-3,000)
    Cleared as substances employed in fiber finishing in the production of resin-bonded filters under §177.2260.
FATTY ACIDS
    Fatty acids conforming to §172.860 are exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.910 when used as
    binders, defoaming agents or lubricants in pesticide formulations applied to growing crops or to raw agricultural
    commodities after harvest (FR, April 28, 2004).
     The food additive fatty acids has been cleared in foods as a lubricant, binder, and as a defoaming agent in
     accordance with good manufacturing practice, and as a component in the manufacture of other food-grade
     additives, under §172.860.
          Conditions: (A) The additive consists of one or any mixture of the following straight-chain monobasic
          carboxylic acids and their associated fatty acids and oils derived from edible sources: capric, caprylic, lauric,
          myristic, oleic, palmitic, and stearic acids; (B) The additive meets the following specifications: unsaponifiable
          material does not exceed 2%, as determined by the method described in the most recent edition of the Official
          Methods of Analysis of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists; it is free of the chick-edema factor as
          evidenced (1) by the Bioassay Method for determining the chick-edema factor in the Official Methods of
          Analysis of AOAC, 10th Edition (1965) §26.087 through §26.091, or (2) By the gas-chromatographic-electron
          capture method described in the Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists, Volume 50 (No. 1),
          pages 216-218 (1967), or the modified method using a sulfuric acid clean-up procedure, as described in the
          Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists, Volume 51, pages 489-490 (1968) (FR June 19,
          1968) (absence of chick-edema factor is evidenced by the absence of chromatographic peaks with a retention
          time to aldrin (Ra) between 10-25; if chromatographic peaks are found with Ra values between 10 and 25, the
          bioassay method must then be used) (FR Aug. 8, 1967); (C) The label and labeling of the additive and any
          premix thereof must bear: (1) The common or usual name of the acid or acids contained therein; (2) The words
          "food grade" in juxtaposition with and equally as prominent as the name of the acid.
     Fatty acids, as defined in §172.860, are cleared as components of defoaming agents limited to use in processing
     beet sugar and yeast, in an amount not in excess of that reasonably required to inhibit foaming, under §173.340
     (DEFOAMING AGENTS).
     Fatty acids complying with §172.860 cleared under §172.210 (June 8, 1965).
     Fatty acids derived from the drying oils listed in §175.300 and dimerized fatty acids derived from them, are cleared
     under §175.300, §175.105, §175.380, §175.390, §176.170 and §177.1210 for reaction with the alcohols listed in
     §175.300.
     Fatty acids derived from animal or vegetable fats and oils, and their aluminum, ammonium, calcium, magnesium,
     potassium, sodium, and zinc salts, single or mixed, cleared under §175.105.
     Fatty acids from vegetable or animal oils and their aluminum, ammonium, calcium, magnesium, and sodium salts
     are cleared as adjuvants for the food-contact surface of resinous and polymeric coatings under §175.320.
     Dimerized fatty acids derived from animal, marine, or vegetable fats and oils are cleared for polyester formation
     under §175.320 (FR April 17, 1965).
     Fatty acids derived from animal and vegetable fats and oils cleared under §176.170 and §176.180.
     Fatty acids derived from animal, marine, or vegetable fat and oils, and the aluminum, ammonium, calcium,
     magnesium, potassium, sodium, and zinc salts of such acids, are cleared under §176.200 and §177.1200 (FR Oct.
     19, 1967).
     Fatty acids derived from animal and vegetable fats cleared as release agents under §177.1010 (FR Dec. 4, 1964).
     Fatty acids derived from vegetable or animal oils cleared under §177.1200 and §177.1400.
     Fatty acids derived from animal or vegetable fats and oils are cleared as substances employed in fiber finishing in
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FISH PROTEIN CONCENTRATE -- See WHOLE FISH PROTEIN CONCENTRATE
FLAVOBACTERIUM ARBORESCENS CELLS, NONVIABLE
    Miles Laboratories Petition June 18, 1984, would affirm Generally Recognized as Safe status of a reaction product
    consisting of nonviable Flavobacterium arborescens cells, a polyethylenimine-ethylene dichloride polymer, chitosan,
    and glutaraldehyde for use in the production of high fructose corn syrup.
FLAXSEED OIL, LOW LINOLENIC ACID
    Petition withdrawn April 6, 1999, filed by the Flaxseed Council of Canada March 27, 1996, would have affirmed
    Generally Recognized as Safe status of low linolenic acid flaxseed oil, with the proposed common or usual name of
    solin oil.
FLONICAMID
    Tolerances established in §180.613 for the combined residues of the insecticide flonicamid in or on: cotton,
    undelinted seed at 0.05 ppm; cotton, gin byproducts at 6.0 ppm; cotton, hulls at 2.0 ppm; cotton, meal at 1.0 ppm;
    fruit, pome, group 11 at 0.20 ppm; fruit, stone, group 12, except plum and fresh prune plum at 0.60 ppm; tomato,
    paste at 2.0 ppm; tomato, puree at 0.50 ppm; vegetable, cucurbit, group at 0.40 ppm; vegetable, fruiting, group at
    0.40 ppm, and vegetable, leafy except Brassica group 4, except spinach at 4.0 ppm (FR, May 23, 2003; FR, Aug. 31,
    2005; FR, April 2, 2008).
     Tolerances established in §180.613 for residues of the insecticide flonicamid in or on: Brassica, leafy greens,
     subgroup 5B at 16 ppm; hop, dried cones at 7.0 ppm; okra at 0.40 ppm; radish, tops at 16 ppm; vegetables, root,
     except sugarbeet, subgroup 1B, at 0.60 ppm; vegetables, tuberous and corm, subgroup 1C, at 0.20 ppm; fat of
     cattle, goat, hog, horse, poultry and sheep at 0.03 ppm; meat and meat byproducts of cattle, goat, hog, horse and
     sheep at 0.08 ppm; milk at 0.03 ppm; poultry meat and meat byproducts at 0.03 ppm FR, May 23, 2003; FR, Aug.
     31, 2005; FR, March 29, 2006; FR, June 27, 2007; FR, April 2, 2008).
FLORASULAM
    Tolerances established in §180.633 for residues of the herbicide florasulam in or on wheat, barley, oat, rye (grain)
    at 0.01 ppm; barley (hay and straw) at 0.05 ppm, and oat, rye and wheat (forage, hay and straw) at 0.05 ppm (FR,
    Jan. 24, 2007; FR, Sept. 28, 2007).
     DowAgroSciences LLC petition would establish an exemption from the requirement of a tolerance in §180.633 for
     residues of florasulam in or on turfgrass (FR, Dec. 3, 2008).
FLORFENICOL
    Safe concentrations for total florfenicol-related residues established under in cattle at 2.0 p.p.m. in muscle, 6.0
    ppm in liver and 12.0 ppm in kidney and fat. A tolerance of 3.7 ppm for the marker residue, florfenicol amine, has
    been established in cattle liver and 0.3 ppm in cattle muscle (FR Aug. 15, 1996; FR Aug. 3, 1998).
FLUAZIFOP
     Tolerances set for residues of the pesticide --(±)-2-(4-((5-(trifluoromethyl)-2-pyridinyl)oxy)phenoxy)propanoic acid
     (fluazifop), both free and conjugated, and (±)-butyl 2(4-(5-(trifluoromethyl)-2-pyridinyl)oxy)phenoxy)propanoate (fluazifop-
     butyl), all expressed as fluazifop -- of 0.2 ppm in cottonseed oil and 2.0 ppm in soybean oil (FR April 27, 1983).
     Tolerances for residues of the pesticide fluazifop of 2.0 ppm in soybean meal (FR April 27, 1983; FR Dec. 17, 1997).
     ICI Americas Petition June 27, 1984, would set a tolerance of 2.0 ppm in sugar beet molasses.
     ICI Americas Petition Nov. 14, 1984, would set tolerances of 1.0 ppm in peanut meal and 2.0 ppm in peanut soapstock.
     ICI Americas Petition June 29, 1990, would set a tolerance of 0.10 ppm in dried citrus pulp.
     Tolerances established in §180.411 for residues of fluazifop-p-methyl in or on: beans, dry seed at 50 ppm; peanut at 1.5
     ppm; peanut, meal at 2.2 ppm and soybean, seed at 2.5 ppm (FR, Feb. 6, 2008; FR, March 4, 2009).
FLUAZINAM
    Tolerances are established for residues of fluazinam, (3-chloro-N-[3-chloro-2,6-dinitro-4-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-5-
    (trifluoromethyl)-2-pyridinamine) in or on the following commodities: peanuts at 0.02 ppm and potatoes at 0.02
    ppm (FR, Sept. 7, 2001).
     Import tolerance set for residues of fluazinam and its metabolite AMGT3-[[4-amino-3-[[3-chloro-5-(trifloromethyl)-2-
     pyridinyl] amino]-2-nitro-6-(trifluoromethyl) phenyl] thio]-2-(beta-D-glucopyranosyloxy) propionic acid) in or on
     [wine grapes at 3.0 ppm (FR, April 18, 2002).
     Tolerances established in §180.574 for residues of fluazinam in or on: vegetable, legume, edible podded, subgroup
     6A, except pea, at 0.10 ppm; vegetable, Brassica leafy, group 5 and turnip, greens, both at 0.01 ppm; bushberry
     subroup 13B; berry, aronia; blueberry, lowbush; currant, buffalo; guava, Chilean; barberry, European; cranberry,
     highbush; honeysuckle; jostaberry; Juneberry; lingonberry; currant, native; salal and buckthorn, sea, all at 7.0
     ppm; gingseng at 4.5 ppm; pea and bean, succulent shelled, subgroup 6B, except pea at 0.04 ppm and pea and
     bean, dried shelled, except soybean, subgroup 6C, except pea at 0.02 ppm (FR, April 30, 2007; FR, Oct. 24, 2007).




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FLUBENDIAMIDE
     Tolerances established in §180.639 for residues of flubendiamide in or on: apple, wet pomace at 2.0 ppm; almond hulls
     and corn, sweet, forage at 9.0 ppm; Brassica, leafy greens, subgroup 5B at 5.0 ppm; Brassica, head and stem subgroup 5A
     at 0.60 ppm; corn, field, forage at 8.0 ppm; corn, field, stover and corn, pop, stover at 15.0 ppm; corn, pop, grain at 0.02
     ppm; corn, sweet, kernel plus cob with husks removed at 0.01 ppm; corn, sweet, stover at 25.0 ppm; cotton, undelinted
     seed at 0.90 ppm; cotton, gin byproduct at 60.0 ppm; fruit, pome group 11at 0.70 ppm; fruit, stone group 12 at 1.6 ppm;
     grape at 1.4 ppm; nut, tree group 14 at 0.06 ppm; okra at 0.30 ppm; vegetable, fruiting group 8 at 0.60 ppm; vegetable,
     cucurbit, group 9 at 0.20 ppm and vegetable, leafy, except Brassica, Group 4 at 11.0 ppm; in or on rotational crop
     commodities: alfalfa, clover, grass, millet pearl, millet proso, oats, rye, teosinte, triticale and wheat forage at 0.15 ppm;
     alfalfa, barley, clover, grass, millet pearl, millet proso, oats, rye, soybean, teosinte and triticale hay at 0.04 ppm; barley,
     millet proso, oats, rye, teosinte and triticale straw; buckwheat at 0.07 ppm; sorghum, grain, forage and wheat, hay and
     straw at 0.03 ppm and sorghum, grain, stover at 0.06 ppm; soybean, forage at 0.02 ppm; in or on animal commodities:
     liver and kidney of cattle, goat, hog, horse and sheep at 0.30 ppm; muscle of cattle, goat, hogs, horse and sheep at 0.05
     ppm; fat of cattle, goat, horse, hog, poultry and sheep at 0.30 ppm; egg at 0.01 ppm; poultry, liver and muscle at 0.01
     ppm; milk at 0.04; milk, fat at 0.30 ppm ppm and poultry, fat at 0.02 ppm (FR, Feb. 28, 2007; FR, Aug. 13, 2008).
FLUCARBAZONE-SODIUM
    Time-limited tolerances established under §180.562 for residues of flucarbazone-sodium: 4,5-dihydro-3-methoxy-4-
    methyl-5-oxo-N-[[2-(trifluoromethoxy)phenyl]sulfonyl]-1H-1,2,4-triazole 1-carboxamide, sodium salt; and its N-
    desmethyl metabolite in or on wheat forage at 0.30 ppm; wheat, grain at 0.01 ppm; wheat, hay at 0.10 ppm and
    wheat, straw at 0.05 ppm. Time-limited tolerances also established for the combined residues of flucarbazone-
    sodium and its metabolites coverted to 2-(trifluoromethoxy)benzene sulfonamide and calculated as flucarbazone-
    sodium in or on milk at 0.005 ppm; meat and meat byproducts (except liver) of cattle, goats, sheep, horses and
    hogs at 0.01 ppm and liver of cattle, goats, sheep, horses and hogs at 1.50 ppm. Time-limited tolerances to expire
    Nov. 30, 2006 (FR, July 27, 2005; FR, Nov. 9, 2005).
     Tolerances established in §180.562 for residues of flucarbazone-sodium in or on: wheat, forage at 0.30 ppm; wheat,
     grain at 0.01 ppm; wheat, hay at 0.10 ppm; wheat, straw at 0.05 ppm; milk at 0.005 ppm; meat and meat
     byproducts (except liver) of cattle, goats, hogs, horses and sheep at 0.01 ppm and liver of cattle, goats, hogs, horses
     and sheep at 1.5 ppm (FR, Oct. 20, 2006; FR, Dec. 22, 2006).
FLUCYTHRINATE (CAS Reg. No. 70124-77-5)
    Tolerance of 0.2 ppm in cottonseed oil established for residues of the insecticide revoked by EPA Sept. 27, 1995 (FR
    June 30, 1989).
     Tolerance of 0.2 ppm in cottonseed oil established for residues of the insecticide revoked by EPA Sept. 27, 1995 (FR June
     30, 1989).
     Tolerance of 10.0 ppm set in dried apple pomace for residues of the insecticide revoked by EPA Sept. 27, 1995 (FR Nov. 23,
     1983; FR June 30, 1989).
     Petition withdrawn Jan. 30, 1985, filed by American Cyanamid Aug. 1, 1984, would have set a tolerance of 1.0 ppm in
     sweet corn cannery waste.
     Petition withdrawn March 19, 1986, filed by American Cyanamid June 27, 1984, would have set tolerances for the
     insecticide of 10.5 ppm in dry tomato pomace and 1.5 ppm in wet tomato pomace.
     Petition withdrawn March 19, 1986, filed by American Cyanamid Aug. 1, 1984, would have set a tolerance of 0.10 ppm for
     residues of the insecticide in refined soybean oil.
FLUDIOXONIL (4-(2,2-DIFLUORO-1,3-BENZODIOXOL-4-YL)-1H-
PYRROLE-3-CARBONITRILE)
     Time-limited tolerance extended for residues of the fungicide fludioxonil (4-(2,2-difluoro-1,3-benzodioxol-4-yl)-1H-pyrrole-
     3-carbonitrile) in or on pomegranates at 5.0 ppm, expiring June 30, 2006 (FR, June 25, 2003).
     Time-limited tolerances set for residues of fludioxonil in or on apricots, nectarines, peaches, and plums at 5.0 ppm,
     expiring Dec. 31, 2003 (FR, Dec. 14, 2001).
     Tolerances for residues of fludioxonil established in or on the following raw agricultural commodities: bushberry subgroup,
     ligonberry, juneberry, and salal at 2.0 ppm; watercress at 7.0 ppm; pistachio at 0.10 ppm; caneberry subgroup at 5.0 ppm
     and stone fruit group at 5.0 ppm (FR, August 2, 2002)
     Time-limited tolerance for strawberry removed (FR, May 17, 2002).
     Time-limited tolerance for caneberry at 5 ppm extended to Dec. 31, 2003 in connection with FIFRA Section 18 emergency
     exemption (FR, May 29, 2002).
     Tolerances established for residues of fludioxonil in or on Brassica, head and stem subgroup 5A at 1.5 ppm; Brassica,
     leafy greens subgroup 5B at 9.0 ppm; turnip, greens at 9.0 ppm; carrot at 0.5 ppm; herb subgroup 19A at 33.0 ppm;
     longan, lychee, pulasan, rambutan and Spanish lime at 2.0 ppm and spice subgroup 19B at 0.02 ppm (FR, July 3, 2003).
     Tolerances established under §180.516 for residues of fludioxonil in or on: kiwifruit at 20 ppm; leafy greens subgroup 4A,
     except spinach at 30 ppm; bean, dry and bean, succulent at 0.4 ppm; fruit, pome, group 11 at 5.0 ppm; yam, true at 8.0
     ppm; melon subgroup 9A at 0.03 ppm; citrus, crop group 10 at 10 ppm and grapefruit oil at 500 ppm (FR, Sept. 29, 2004).
     Tolerance established under §180.516 for residues of fludioxonil in or on pomegranate at 5.0 ppm (FR, May 18, 2005).
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METHYLPHENYL POLYSILOXANE
   Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
     Cleared as the basic polymer as follows: (1) for metal substrates and for suitable substrates for repeated use under
     §175.300 (RESINOUS AND POLYMERIC COATINGS); (2) in xylene-formaldehyde resins under §175.380 (XYLENE-
     FORMALDEHYDE RESINS CONDENSED WITH 4,4'-isoPROPYLIDENEDIPHENOL EPICHLOROHYDRIN EPOXY
     RESINS); (3) in coatings under §175.390 (ZINC-SILICON DIOXIDE MATRIX COATINGS); (4) for paper and
     paperboard under §176.170 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD IN CONTACT WITH AQUEOUS AND
     FATTY FOODS); and (5) in closures under §177.1210 (CLOSURES WITH SEALING GASKETS FOR FOOD
     CONTAINERS).
     Silicones from dimethylpolysiloxanes and/or methylphenyl polysiloxanes, with the methylphenyl-polysiloxanes
     containing not more than 2% by weight of cyclosiloxanes having up to and including 4 siloxy units, are cleared
     under §175.300 (RESINOUS AND POLYMERIC COATINGS), §175.380 (XYLENE-FORMALDEHYDE RESINS
     CONDENSED WITH 4,4'-isoPROPYLIDENEDIPHENOL EPICHLOROHYDRIN EPOXY RESINS), §175.390 (ZINC-
     SILICON DIOXIDE MATRIX COATINGS), §176.370 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD IN CONTACT
     WITH AQUEOUS AND FATTY FOODS), §177.1210 (CLOSURES WITH SEALING GASKETS FOR FOOD
     CONTAINERS), and §177.1350 (ETHYLENE-VINYL ACETATE COPOLYMERS), as follows: (1) silicones of not less
     than 300 centistokes viscosity; and (2) silicones with not less than 100 centistokes viscosity to be used on metal
     substrates only.
METHYL 3-PHENYLPROPIONATE
   Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
METHYL PHTHALYL ETHYL GLYCOLATE
   Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
METHYL POLY(OXYETHYLENE)AMMONIUM CHLORIDE
   Methyl poly(oxyethylene)ammonium chloride, where the poly(oxyethylene) content is 3-15 moles and the alkyl
   group (C8-18) is derived from coconut, cottonseed, soya or tallow acids exemption from tolerance requirements
   under §180.920 revoked (FR, April 28, 2004; FR, Aug. 9, 2006).
     The Joint Inerts Task Force, Cluster Support Team 7, petition would establish an exemption from the requirement
     of a tolerance in §180.920 for residues of methyl poly(oxyethylene) C8-C18 alkylammonium chlorides were the
     poly(oxyethylene) content is n=2-15 and where C8-C18 is linear and may be saturated or unsaturated (FR, March 4,
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METHYL POLYSILOXANE
   Cleared by the Meat Inspection Division to retard foaming in curing pickle at 50 p.p.m.
METHYLPREDNISOLONE
   A tolerance is established under §556.400 (METHYLPREDNISOLONE) of 10 p.p.b. for negligible residues in milk (FR
   Aug. 1, 1970).
2-METHYL-1,3-PROPANEDIOL
    Lyondell Chemical Co. petition would establish an exemption from the requirement of a tolerance for 2-methyl-1,3-
    propanediol in or on all raw agricultural commodities (FR, Aug. 28, 2002).
METHYLPROPANOLAMINE
   Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES), §175.300 (RESINOUS AND POLYMERIC COATINGS), §175.380 (XYLENE-
   FORMALDEHYDE RESINS CONDENSED WITH 4,4'-iso-PROPYLIDENEDIPHENOL EPICHLOROHYDRIN EPOXY
   RESINS), §175.390 (ZINC-SILICON DIOXIDE MATRIX COATINGS), §176.170 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND
   PAPERBOARD IN CONTACT WITH AQUEOUS AND FATTY FOODS), §177.1210 (CLOSURES WITH SEALING
   GASKETS FOR FOOD CONTAINERS), and §177.2260 (FILTERS, RESIN-BONDED).
2-METHYL-2-PROPEN-1-OL BUTYRATE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
1-METHYL-4-iso-PROPENYLBENZENE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association for flavoring use at
    an average maximum level of 0.15 p.p.m. in beverages, 2.3 p.p.m. in candy, and 1.0 p.p.m. in gelatins and
    puddings.
2-METHYL-2-PROPEN-1-YL BUTYRATE
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
6-METHYL-3-iso-PROPENYL-CYCLOHEXANOL
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
1-METHYL-4-iso-PROPENYLCYCLOHEXAN-1-OL
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
METHYL 1-PROPENYL DISULFIDE
   Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
METHYL PROPIONATE
   Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
METHYL n-PROPYL CARBINOL
   Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
1-METHYL-4-iso-PROPYL-1,3-CYCLOHEXADIENE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
1-METHYL-4-iso-PROPYL-1,4-CYCLOHEXADIENE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
5-METHYL-2-iso-PROPYL CYCLOHEXANOL
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
1-METHYL-4-iso-PROPYL-2-CYCLOHEXANOL
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-(1-METHYLPROPYL)-CYCLOHEXANONE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
cis-1-METHYL-4-iso-PROPYL-3-CYCLOHEXANONE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
1-METHYL-4-iso-PROPYL-2-CYCLOHEXEN-1-OL
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
3-METHYL-5-PROPYL-2-CYCLOHEXEN-1-ONE
    Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
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2-PROPIONYLPYRROLE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
2-PROPIONYLTHIAZOLE
    Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
p-iso-PROPENYLTOLUENE
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
4-PROPENYL VERATROLE
    Cleared under §172.515.
β-PROPIOLACTONE
    Cleared for use in adhesives under §175.105.
PROPIONALDEHYDE
   Cleared under §172.515.
     A polymer (CAS Reg. No. 106569-82-8) prepared from urea, ethananedial, formaldehyde, and propionaldehyde is
     cleared under §176.180 as a starch and protein reactant in paper and paperboard coatings (FR April 6, 1989).
PROPIONIC ACID (CAS Reg. No. 79-09-4)
   Generally recognized as safe status affirmed under §184.1081 (FR April 3, 1984), as follows:
           Identity: C3H6O2, an oily liquid having a slightly pungent acid odor, which is miscible with water, alcohol, and
           various organic solvents, and is manufactured by chemical synthesis or by bacterial fermentation.
           Specifications: meets Food Chemicals Codex specifications.
           Uses and limitations: use as an antimicrobial agent and flavoring agent at levels not to exceed good
           manufacturing practice.
     Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.910 when used as a catalyst for formulations applied to
     growing crops or raw agricultural commodities after harvest (FR, April 28, 2004).
     An aqueous solution containing decanoic acid, nonanoic acid, phosphoric acid, propionic acid, and sodium 1-
     octanesulfonate, with optional use of sulfuric acid, is cleared under §178.1010 for use on food-processing
     equipment and utensils, including dairy-processing equipment, provided the solution, when ready for use without
     sulfuric acid provides not less than 45 p.p.m. and not more than 90 p.p.m. decanoic acid and has the components
     present in the following weight/weight proportions: 1 part decanoic acid to 1 part nonanoic acid to 9.5 parts
     phosphoric acid to 3.3 parts propionic acid to 3.3 parts sodium 1-octanesulfonate and when sulfuric acid is present
     provides not less than 45 p.p.m. and not more than 90 p.p.m. decanoic acid and has the components present in
     the following w/w proportions: 1 part decanoic acid to 1 part nonanoic acid to 2.8 parts phosphoric acid to 3.3
     parts propionic acid to 3.3 parts sodium 1-octanesulfonate to 3.2 parts sulfuric acid (FR Nov. 20, 1992).
     Generally recognized as safe as a chemical preservative in animal feed under §582.3081.
     Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
     Kemin Industries Petition May 10, 1994, would clear use as an antimicrobial agent to control Salmonella in animal
     feed and feed ingredients at a rate of 10 kg per ton.
PROPIONIC ACID, THIOACRYLIC
   Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
PROPIONIC ACID, TRIGLYCERIDE
   Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
PROPIONYLBENZENE
   Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
PROPIOPHENONE
   Deemed to be generally recognized as safe by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association.
PROPOXYCARBAZONE-SODIUM
   Tolerances established for residues of propoxycarbazone-sodium, methyl 2-[[[(4,5-dihydro-4-methyl-5-oxo-3-
   propoxy-1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-yl)carbonyl]amino]sulfonyl]benzoate, sodium salt and its metabolite, methyl 2-[[[(4,5-
   dihydro-4-methyl-5-oxo-3-(2’-hydroxy-propoxy)-1H-1,2,4-triazole-1-yl)carbonyl]amino]sulfonyl]benzoate in or on
   wheat forage at 1.5 ppm; wheat hay at 0.15 ppm; wheat straw at 0.05 ppm; wheat grain at 0.02 ppm; meat and
   meat byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs and horses at 0.05 ppm and milk at 0.004 ppm (FR, July 7, 2004).
     Tolerances established in §180.600 for residues of propoxycarbazone in or on wheat, forage at 17 ppm; meat
     byproducts of cattle, goat, horse and sheep at 0.3 ppm and milk at 0.03 ppm (FR, July 5, 2006; FR, Sept. 6, 2006).
     Tolerances established in §180.600 for residues of propoxycarbazone in or on: grass, forage at 20 ppm and grass,
     hay at 25 ppm. (FR, Feb. 6, 2008; FR, March 4, 2009).
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iso-PROPOXYDIPHENYLAMINE
     Cleared for use as an antioxidant or antiozonant employed in the preparation of rubber articles under §177.2600
     (RUBBER ARTICLES INTENDED FOR REPEATED USE). Total antioxidants and antiozonants not to exceed 5% by
     weight of rubber product.
p-iso-PROPOXY DIPHENYLAMINE
     Cleared for use in adhesives under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
PROPYL ACETATE
   Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
n-PROPYL ACETATE
    Cleared for use with a residue limit of 0.1% under §177.1200 (CELLOPHANE) and §177.1400 (WATER-INSOLUBLE
    HYDROXYETHYL CELLULOSE FILM) (FR Sept. 12, 1964).
iso-PROPYL ACETATE
     Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
     Cleared for use in adhesives under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
     Cleared for use with a residue limit of 0.1% under §177.1200 (CELLOPHANE) and §177.1400 (WATER-INSOLUBLE
     HYDROXYETHYL CELLULOSE FILM) (FR Sept. 12, 1964).
p-iso-PROPYL-ACETOPHENONE
     Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
PROPYL ACRYLATE
   Cleared for use in homo- and copolymer formation for use in adhesives under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
     Cleared for use in the production of vinylidene chloride copolymers for use in paper and paperboard for aqueous
     and fatty food use under §176.170 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD FOR USE IN CONTACT WITH
     AQUEOUS AND FATTY FOODS).
     Polymers, homopolymers, and copolymers of butyl acrylate cleared as the basic polymer in paper and paperboard
     for dry food contact under §176.180 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD IN CONTACT WITH DRY
     FOOD).
iso-PROPYL ACRYLATE
     Cleared for use in copolymer formation for plastic articles intended for repeated use under §177.1010 (SEMIRIGID
     AND RIGID ACRYLIC AND MODIFIED ACRYLIC PLASTICS) (FR Dec. 4, 1964).
PROPYL ALCOHOL (PROPANOL)
   Cleared for use under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
     Cleared for use under §175.105 (ADHESIVES), §175.300 (RESINOUS AND POLYMERIC COATINGS), §175.380
     (XYLENE-FORMALDEHYDE RESINS CONDENSED WITH 4,4'-iso-PROPYLIDENEDIPHENOL EPICHLOROHYDRIN
     EPOXY RESINS), §175.390 (ZINC-SILICON DIOXIDE MATRIX COATINGS), §176.170 (COMPONENTS OF PAPER
     AND PAPERBOARD IN CONTACT WITH AQUEOUS AND FATTY FOODS), and §177.1210 (CLOSURES WITH
     SEALING GASKETS FOR FOOD CONTAINERS) for modification of melamine-formaldehyde.
     Cleared for use for reaction with fatty triglycerides and their fatty acid, or alcohol derivatives listed in §176.210, to
     form esters, under §175.105 (ADHESIVES), §176.210 (DEFOAMING AGENTS USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF
     PAPER AND PAPERBOARD), and §178.3120 (ANIMAL GLUE).
     Cleared for use as a modifier for urea-formaldehyde in paper and paperboard for dry food contact under §176.180
     (COMPONENTS OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD IN CONTACT WITH DRY FOOD).
     Listed as an adjunct employed as flavor in brewing at an unspecified level, subject to good brewing practice.
n-PROPYL ALCOHOL
    Exempted from tolerance requirements under §182.99 (ADJUVANTS FOR PESTICIDE CHEMICALS) when used as a
    solvent for blended emulsifiers in formulations applied to growing crops.
     Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
     Cleared for use, with a residue limit of 0.1%, under §177.1200 (CELLOPHANE) and under §177.1400 (WATER-
     INSOLUBLE HYDROXYETHYL CELLULOSE FILM) (FR Sept. 12, 1964).
     Cleared under §573.880 (NORMAL PROPYL ALCOHOL) for use in feeds and feed supplements for cattle as a source
     of metabolizable energy (FR Dec. 21, 1967). The propyl alcohol is incorporated in the feed or feed supplement in an
     amount which provides not more than 54.5 grams of the additive per head per day.
iso-PROPYL ALCOHOL (iso-PROPANOL)
     Exemptions from tolerance requirements under §180.910, §180.930 and §180.940 removed and placed in
     §180.950, minimal risk active and inert ingredients (FR, April 28, 2004; FR, May 31, 2006).
     Cleared under §172.515 (SYNTHETIC FLAVORING SUBSTANCES AND ADJUVANTS).
     Cleared for use in the manufacturing process under §172.560 (MODIFIED HOP EXTRACT).

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SODIUM ALGINATE (cont.)
    Exempted from tolerance requirements under 182.99 (ADJUVANTS FOR PESTICIDE CHEMICALS) when used as a
    stabilizer in pesticide formulations applied to growing crops or to raw agricultural commodities after harvest, and
    when used in formulations applied to animals.
     A mixture consisting of water, sodium alginate, calcium chloride, sodium carboxymethylcellulose, and corn syrup is
     cleared by the Meat Inspection Division as a film forming agent to reduce cooler shrinkage and help protect the
     surface of freshly dressed meat carcasses at a level not to exceed 1.5% of hot carcass weight when applied, with the
     further proviso that chilled weight may not exceed hot weight. Treated carcasses must bear a statement: "Protected
     with a film of water, corn syrup solids, sodium alginate, calcium chloride and sodium carboxymethylcellulose" (FR
     May 13, 1985).
     Sodium alginate, calcium carbonate, lactic acid and calcium lactate are cleared by the Meat and Poultry Inspection
     Division in a dry mixture for use as a binder in formed meat products, with the total quantity of the binder not to
     exceed 1.5% of the total product formulation; sodium alginate is limited to 1.0% of the total product formulation
     (FR Aug. 18, 1986).
     A mixture of sodium alginate, calcium carbonate, lactic acid, and calcium lactate is approved by USDA's Meat and
     Poultry Inspection Division as a binder of ground and formed raw or cooked poultry pieces where sodium alginate
     was added at not more than 0.8%, calcium carbonate at not more than 0.15%, and lactic acid and calcium lactate
     at not more than 0.6% of product formulation; the added mixture is not to exceed 1.55% of the product, with the
     mixture added in dry form. Label declaration is required contiguous to the product name (FR Feb. 21, 1990).
SODIUM ALKYL (C2-C13.5 ALIPHATIC) BENZENE-SULFONATE
    Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
SODIUM n-ALKYLBENZENESULFONATE
    Sodium n-alkylbenzenesulfonate in which the alkyl group is predominantly C12 and C13 and not less than 95% is
    C10 to C16 is cleared under §173.315 (CHEMICALS USED IN WASHING FRUITS AND VEGETABLES) up to 0.2% in
    wash water for washing and to assist in lye peeling (FR May 18, 1966).
     Sodium n-alkylbenzenesulfonate with the alkyl group predominantly C12 and C13 and not less than 95% C10 to C16
     is cleared by the Meat and Poultry Inspection Division as a cooling and retort water treatment agent to prevent
     staining on the exterior of canned goods, at a level of 0.05% (FR June 13, 1967).
     Sodium n-alkylbenzenesulfonate with the alkyl group predominantly C12 and C13 and not less than 95% C10 to C16
     is cleared by the Meat and Poultry Inspection Division as a hog scald agent to remove hair from hog carcasses, in
     an amount sufficient for the purpose; must be removed by subsequent cleaning operations (FR June 13, 1967).
SODIUM ALKYL (C9-C15) BENZENE-SULFONATE
    Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES), §176.210 (DEFOAMING AGENTS USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF PAPER
    AND PAPERBOARD), and §178.3120 (ANIMAL GLUE).
SODIUM-α-ALKYL (C12-C15)-omega-HYDROXYPOLY(OXYETHYLENE) SULFATE
    Sodium-α-alkyl(C12-C15)-omega-hydroxypoly(oxyethylene) sulfate with poly(oxyethylene) content averaging one mole
    is cleared in an aqueous solution under §178.1010 (SANITIZING SOLUTIONS) (FR Dec. 3, 1976).
     Exempted from the requirement of a tolerance under new §180.940 when used as an ingredient in an antimicrobial
     pesticide formulation, provided that the chemical substance is applied on a semipermanent or permanent food-
     contact surface (other that being applied on food packaging) with adequate draining before contact with food (FR,
     April 28, 2004).
SODIUM ALUM
    Cleared as an optional adjuvant under §178.3120 (ANIMAL GLUE).
     See also ALUM
SODIUM ALUMINATE
    Generally recognized as safe under §182.90 (SUBSTANCES MIGRATING TO FOOD FROM PAPER AND
    PAPERBOARD PRODUCTS).
     Cleared as a substance from which boiler water additives may be prepared under §173.310 (BOILER WATER
     ADDITIVES).
SODIUM ALUMINOSILICATE (SODIUM SILICOALUMINATE)
    Generally recognized as safe as an anticaking agent up to 2% under §182.2727 (SODIUM ALUMINOSILICATE).
     Generally recognized as safe in animal feed under §582.2727 (SODIUM (ALUMINOSILICATE) in accordance with
     good manufacturing or feeding practices.
SODIUM ALUMINUM FLUORIDE
    Interregional Research Project Number 4 Petition would establish a tolerance for residues of cryolite and synthetic
    cryolite (sodium aluminum fluoride) in or on the raw agricultural commodities peppermint tops and spearmint tops
    at 50 ppm (FR, November 21, 2001).



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SODIUM ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE
    Generally recognized as safe as a miscellaneous and/or general purpose food additive under §182.1781 (SODIUM
    ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE).
     Generally recognized as safe in animal feeds under §582.1781 (SODIUM ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE) when used in
     accordance with good manufacturing or feeding practices.
SODIUM ALUMINUM PYROPHOSPHATE
    Cleared under §175.105 (ADHESIVES).
SODIUM ALUMINUM SILICATE
    Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.910 when used as a solid diluent or carrier for
    formulations used on growing crops or raw agricultural commodities after harvest (FR, April 28, 2004).
SODIUM ALUMINUM SULFATE
    Granted prior sanction via clearance for optional use as a bleaching agent in flour under food standards (§137), at
    not more than six parts by weight, alone or in combination with potassium alum, calcium sulfate, magnesium
    carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, tricalcium phosphate, starch, and/or calcium carbonate, with one part by weight
    of benzoyl peroxide.
SODIUM AMIDE
    Cleared by Meat Inspection Division for rearrangement of fatty acid radicals in rendered animal fats or a
    combination of such fats and vegetable fats in an amount sufficient for the purpose. The substance must be
    eliminated during processing.
SODIUM AND AMMONIUM NAPHTHALENESULFONATE FORMALDEHYE CONDENSATES
    The Joint Inerts Task Force, Cluster Support Team 11 petition would establish an exemption from the requirement
    of a tolerance in §180.920 for residues of sodium and ammonium naphthalenesulfonate formaldehyde condensates
    when used as pesticide inert ingredients in pesticide formulations (FR, March 4, 2009).
SODIUM ARSANILATE
    Tolerances are established under §556.60 (ARSENIC) for total residues of combined arsenic (calculated as As) in
    food, as follows: 0.5 p.p.m. in uncooked muscle tissue of chickens and turkeys and in eggs, 2 p.p.m. in uncooked
    edible byproducts of chickens and turkeys, and in uncooked liver and kidney of swine, and 0.5 p.p.m. in uncooked
    muscle tissue of swine and byproducts other than liver and kidney.
SODIUM ARSENITE
    Interregional Research Project No. 4 Coordinator Dr. C. C. Compton Petition, noted by the Environmental
    Protection Agency in the May 21, 1974 Federal Register, would set a tolerance of 0.225 p.p.m. for residues of the
    fungicide and insecticide, calculated as AS2O3, in or on raisins.
SODIUM ASCORBATE
    Generally recognized as safe as a chemical preservative under §182.3731 (SODIUM ASCORBATE).
     Generally recognized as safe as a chemical preservative in animal feed under §582.3731 (SODIUM ASCORBATE)
     when used in accordance with good manufacturing and feeding practices.
     Cleared by Meat Inspection Division to accelerate color fixing in cured pork and beef cuts, and in cured
     comminuted meat food products, as follows: 87.5 oz. to 100 gals. pickle at 10% pump level; 7/8 oz. to 100 pounds
     of meat or meat byproduct; 10% solution to surfaces of cured cuts prior to packaging. The use of the solution shall
     not result in the addition of a significant amount of moisture to the product.
     Cleared by the Meat Inspection Division for production of pumped bacon at either: (1) 120 p.p.m. sodium nitrite or
     148 p.p.m. potassium nitrite, with 550 p.p.m. sodium ascorbate or sodium erythorbate; (2) 100 p.p.m. sodium
     nitrite (or equivalent in potassium nitrite), together with 550 p.p.m. sodium ascorbate or sodium erythorbate and
     an approved partial quality program; or (3) a predetermined amount of sodium nitrite between 40 p.p.m. and 80
     p.p.m. (or potassium nitrite between 49 and 99 p.p.m.) with 550 p.p.m. sodium ascorbate or sodium erythorbate,
     additional sucrose or other similar fermentable carbohydrate at a minimum of 0.7%, an inoculum of lactic acid
     producing bacteria such as Pediococcus acetolactii or other bacteria demonstrated to be equally effective for
     botulinum inhibition and an approved partial quality program (FR June 16, 1986).
     Cleared by USDA's Meat and Poultry Inspection Division for use on fresh beef cuts, fresh lamb cuts or fresh pork
     cuts to delay discoloration, provided ascorbic acid, erythorbic acid, or sodium ascorbate, singly or in combination
     do not exceed 500 p.p.m. or 1.8 mg/sq inch of product surface and citric acid or sodium citrate, singly or in
     combination, do not exceed 250 p.p.m. or 0.9 mg/sq inch of product surface. Firms using the substances would
     have to utilize the agency's Partial Quality Control (PQC) program (FR Aug. 22, 1986; FR March 17, 1994).
     Listed as an adjunct employed to prevent oxidation in brewing by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and
     deemed to be generally recognized as safe for this purpose when used in accordance with good brewing practices at
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TARTRAZINE
   Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.910 when used as a dye in pesticide formulations applied
   to growing crops or to raw agricultural commodities after harvest and under new §180.930 when used as a dye in
   pesticide formulations applied to animals (FR, April 28, 2004).
TARTRAZINE LAKE, Certified FD&C Yellow No. 5 only
   Cleared for use as a colorant only under §176.170 (FR Aug. 30, 1991).
TAU-FLUVALINATE
    Tolerance established in §180.427 for residues of tau-fluvalinate, cyano-(3-phenoxy)methyl N-[2-chloro-4-
    (trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-D-valinate, in or on honey at 0.02 ppm (FR, Sept. 10, 2008)
TAURINE
   Cleared under §573.980 as a nutritional supplement in the feed of growing chickens (FR Oct. 10, 1970). 2-
   Aminoethanesulfonic acid is to be added to complete feeds so that the total taurine content does not exceed 0.054%
   of the feed. Labels and labeling must bear the name "taurine," the quantity of the additive, and adequate directions
   for use.
TBHQ
   Cleared under §172.185 as an antioxidant, alone or in combination with BHA and/or BHT, so long as the total
   antioxidant content of the food does not exceed 0.02% of the oil or fat content, including the essential (volatile) oil
   content of the food (FR Nov. 30, 1972). The additive must have a melting point of 126.5°C - 128.5°C.
     Cleared under §177.2420 as an inhibitor, with total inhibitor content of the resin limited to 0.08% (FR June 9,
     2965; FR Dec. 10, 1976).
     Cleared by the Meat and Poultry Inspection Division for use in margarine at 0.02% by weight of the fat or oil
     content, alone or in combination with BHA or BHT only (FR Nov. 22, 1983).
     TBHQ conforming to the specifications of §172.185 is cleared by the Meat and Poultry Inspection Division as an
     antioxidant, alone or in combination with BHA and/or BHT, as follows: (1) in dry sausage at 0.003% based on total
     weight, 0.006% total in combination; (2) 0.01% in rendered animal fat or a combination of such fat and vegetable
     fat, 0.02% in combination; (3) 0.01% based on fat content in fresh pork sausage, brown and serve sausages, Italian
     sausage products, pregrilled beef patties, and fresh sausage made from beef or beef and pork, 0.02% in
     combination; (4) 0.01% based on total weight in dried meats, 0.01% in combination; (5) 0.01% in poultry products,
     0.02% in combination (FR Aug. 3, 1979).
     Exempted from tolerance requirements under new §180.920 when used as an antioxidant in formulations applied
     to growing crops (FR, April 28, 2004).
     Ecolab Inc. Petition, filed July 18, 1995 and withdrawn April 2, 1998, would have amended §178.1010 to clear a
     solution containing nonanoic acid, lactic acid, citric acid, sodium 1-octane sulfaonte, tertiary butylhydroquinone,
     and the sodium salt of tetrapropylene-1,1-oxybis-benzenesulfonic acid for general use on food-contact surfaces.
TDE (DDD)
    A tolerance established for residues of TDE (DDD) resulting from its use as a pesticide on the growing agricultural
    crop was revoked by EPA Dec. 24, 1986.
     Petition withdrawn June 27, 1970, would have established tolerances for residues of TDE of 0.25 ppm in crude
     cottonseed oil, crude peanut oil, and crude soybean oil, resulting from application of the insecticide to the growing
     crops.
TEA (THEA SINENSIS L.)
    Generally recognized as safe under §182.20.
TEBUCONAZOLE
    Petition withdrawn July 13, 1994, filed by Miles June 10, 1992, would have set tolerances for residues of the
    fungicide, α-[2-(4-chlorophenyl) ethyl]-α-(1,1-dimethylethyl)-1H-1,2,4-triazole-1-ethanol.
     Time-limited tolerances extended for residues of the fungicide tebuconazole (alpha-[2-(4- chlorophenyl)-ethyl]-
     alpha-(1,1-dimethylethyl)-1H-1,2,4-triazole-1- ethanol) in or on sunflower oil at 0.4 ppm and sunflower seed at 0.2
     ppm, expiring Dec. 31, 2007 (FR, July 17, 2002).
     Time-limited tolerance extended for residues of the fungicide tebuconazole in or on garlic at 0.1 ppm, expiring Dec.
     31, 2008. Time-limited tolerance was established in connection with a FIFRA Section 18 emergency exemption
     authorizing use on garlic in California to control garlic rust (FR, May 26, 1999; Dec. 14, 2001, June 25, 2003; FR,
     Dec. 21, 2005; FR, Dec. 19, 2007).
     Time-limited tolerances extended for residues of the fungicide tebuconazole in or on in or on barley grain at 2.0
     ppm, barley hay at 20.0 ppm, and barley straw at 20.0 ppm and wheat hay at 15.0 ppm and wheat straw at 2.0
     ppm, expiring June 30, 2008 (FR, June 20, 1997; Dec. 14, 2001, June 25, 2003; FR, June 30, 2005).
     Time-limited tolerance in §180.474 for residues of the fungicide tebuconazole in or on hops removed because it
     expired December 31, 2003 (FR, Dec. 2, 1998, July 19, 2001, FR, Feb. 10, 2005).
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TEBUCONAZOLE (con’t)
    International Research/Bayer Corporation petitions would establish tolerances for residues of tebuconazole in or
    on the raw agricultural commodities as follows: tolerances in or on turnip, tops at 8.0 ppm and turnip, roots at 0.4
    ppm; tolerance in or on hop at 5.0 ppm; tolerance in or on vegetable, cucurbit, group at 0.1 ppm; tolerance in or on
    mango (postharvest) at 0.2 ppm; tolerance in or on plum (postharvest) at 1.0 ppm; tolerances in or on sunflower,
    seed at 0.05 ppm, sunflower, refined oil at 0.2 ppm, and sunflower, meal at 0.2 ppm; tolerance in or on okra at 1.0
    ppm; tolerance in or on lychee at 1.5 ppm; tolerances for nut, tree, group at 0.05 ppm, almond, hulls at 5.0 ppm,
    pistachio at 0.05, wheat, forage at 3.0 ppm, wheat, hay at 6.0 ppm, and wheat, straw at 1.4 ppm; tolerances in or
    on bean, succulent at 0.1 ppm, bean, seed at 0.1 ppm, cotton, undelinted seed at 2.0 ppm, and cotton, gin
    byproducts at 16.0 ppm; tolerances in or on asparagus at 0.01 ppm, coffee, green bean at 0.1 ppm, coffee, roasted
    bean at 0.2 ppm, garlic, bulb at 0.1 ppm, and onion, dry bulb at 0.1 ppm. (FR, March 19, 2001).
     Time-limited tolerance extended in or on sweet potatoes at 0.25 ppm in connection with a FIFRA Section 18
     emergency exemption for use on sweet potatoes in Louisiana, Mississippi and North Carolina to control
     armyworms. Time-limited tolerance to expire Dec. 31, 2005 (FR, Jan. 16, 2003).
     Time-limited tolerances to expire Dec. 31, 2009 established in §180.474 in or on soybeans; fat, meat and meat
     byproducts of poultry and hogs and eggs, all at 0.01 ppm, in connection with a FIFRA Section 18 emergency
     exemption for use on soybeans in Minnesota, South Dakota and other states requesting an exemption to control
     soybean rust. (FR, Aug. 4, 2005).
     Tolerances established in §180.474 for residues of tebuconazole in or on: apple, wet pomace at 0.1 ppm; asparagus
     at 0.05 ppm; bean, succulent at 0.1 ppm; bean, dry seed at 0.1 ppm; beet, garden, roots at 0.70 ppm; beet, garden,
     tops at 7.0 ppm; Brassica, leafy greens, subgroup 5B at 2.5 ppm; fruit, pome, group 11 at 0.05 ppm; soybean, hay
     at 50 ppm; sunflower, seed at 0.05 ppm; corn, sweet, stover at 6.0 ppm; corn, sweet, forage; at 7.0 ppm; corn, field,
     forage at 4.0 ppm; corn, field, stover at 3.5 ppm; corn, pop, stover at 3.5 ppm; coffee, green bean at 0.15 ppm;
     coffee, roasted bean at 0.3 ppm; onion, bulb, subgroup 3-07A at 0.2 ppm; onion, green, subgroup 3-07B at 1.3
     ppm; vegetable, cucurbit, group 9 at 0.09 ppm; cotton, undelinted seed at 2.0 ppm; cotton, gin byproducts at 25
     ppm; corn, field, grain at 0.05 ppm; corn, pop, grain at 0.05 ppm; soybean, seed at 0.08 ppm; soybean, forage at 25
     ppm; corn, sweet, kernel plus cob with husks removed at 0.5 ppm; fruit, stone, group 12, except cherry at 1.0 ppm;
     okra at 1.2 ppm; hop, dried cones at 35.0 ppm; mango, post-harvest at 0.15 ppm; sunflower, refined, oil at 0.2
     ppm; sunflower, meal at 0.2 ppm; lychee at 1.6 ppm; soybean, hay at 50 ppm; grain, aspirated fractions at 16.0
     ppm, and plum, pre- and post-harvest at 1.0 ppm. Tolerances with regional registrations also established in or on
     turnip, roots at 0.5 ppm and turnip, tops at 7.0 ppm (FR, May 18, 2005; FR, April 12, 2006; FR, June 27, 2007;
     FR, May 14, 2008; FR, Aug. 13, 2008).
     Tolerances established in in §180.474 for residues of tebuconazole in or on: almond, hulls at 6.0 ppm; barley, grain
     at 0.15 ppm; barley, hay at 7.0 ppm; barley, straw at 3.5 ppm; nut, tree, group 14 at 0.05 ppm; wheat, forage at
     3.0 ppm; wheat, grain at 0.05 ppm; wheat, hay at 7.0 ppm and wheat, straw at 1.5 ppm (FR, May 18, 2005; FR,
     May 14, 2008).
     Tolerance established in in §180.474 for residues of tebuconazole in or on pistachio at 0.05 ppm (FR, May 14,
     2008; FR, Sept. 5, 2008).
     Tolerances increased in §180.474 for residues of tebuconazole in or on cherry, sweet, pre-and post -harvest and
     cherry, tart, pre- and post-harvest to 5.0 ppm (FR, Dec. 3, 2008; FR, March 4, 2009).
TEBUFENOZIDE BENZOIC ACID, 3,5-DIMETHYL-,1-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-2-(4-4-ETHYLBENZOYL) HYDRAZIDE
    Time-limited tolerances in §180.482 for residues of the insecticide tebufenozide, benzoic acid, 3,5-dimethyl-1-(1,1-
    dimethylethyl)-2-(4-ethylbenzoyl)hydrazide in or on eggs; grass forage and hay at 18 ppm; peanut; peanut, hay
    peanut, meal; peanut, oil; poultry, fat; poultry, meat; poultry, mbyp; sunfloer seed; foliage of legume vegetable
    (group 7) and legume vegetable (group 6) removed because they expired on or before Dec. 31, 2003 (FR, June 22,
    2001, FR, Feb. 10, 2005).
     Time-limited tolerance set for residues of the insecticide tebufenozide in or on grapes at 3 ppm extended to
     December 31, 2005 (FR, March 17, 1999, July 6, 2000, July 19, 2001, FR, Jan. 14, 2004).
     Time-limited tolerance set for residues of the insecticide tebufenozide in or on lychee and longan at 1.0 ppm,
     expiring December 31, 2003 (FR, March 17, 1999, July 6, 2000, July 19, 2001).
     Time-limited tolerance set for residues of tebufenozide in or on sweet potatoes at 0.25 ppm, expiring Dec. 31, 2002
     (FR, October 3, 2001).
     Time-limited tolerances for apple pomace; apples; fat, kidney, liver, meat byproducts and meat of cattle, goats,
     hogs, and sheep; horse meat; cotton gin byproducts; cottonseed hulls; cottonseed meal; cottonseed oil; undelinted
     cottonseed; cranberries; leafy vegetable (Cole-brassica); leafy vegetables (non-brassica); milk; pears; pecans;
     peppers; rice bran; rice grain; rice hulls; rice straw; soybeans; sugar beet tops; sugar beet roots; dried sugar beet
     pulp; sugar beet molasses; sugar beet refined sugar; sugarcane; sugarcane molasses and turnip tops removed (FR,
     May 17, 2002).
     Time-limited tolerances reestablished for residues of tebufenozide in or on garden beet roots at 0.3 ppm and garden
     beet tops at 9.0 ppm in connection with FIFRA Section emergency exemption authorizing use on garden beet roots
     and garden beet tops in California to control armyworms and western yellow armyworms. Time-limited tolerances
     to expire Dec. 31, 2005 (FR, Oct. 24, 2003).
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