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India Revised Caffeine Beverage and Plastic Blue Colorant Standard

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According to foreign media news,, Indian Food Safety Standards Bureau issued a notice to amend the caffeine beverage and plastic blue coloring agent (bluetint) standards on 13rd,Dec. The new regulations, blue coloring agent (bluetint) can be used in accordance with the standard polycarbonate and PET beverage bottles, must ensure that the total migration of pigment does not exceed 60mg / L.

In 2010 food safety standards (food products standards and additives standards) Article 2.10.6 after the insertion of coffee drinks related content:

A) The water used for the preparation of coffee beverages shall comply with the relevant provisions of 2.10.8 on packaged drinking water of the 2010 Food Safety Standard (Food Products Standard and Additive Standards)
B) the basic components: the total amount of caffeine in the finished beverage of coffee is not less than 145mg / L, not more than 300mg / L;
C) The label should be noted that the daily consumption of not more than 500 ml.Optional ingredients are as follows:

Product labeling should be noted, is not recommended for children, pregnant women or breast-feeding women, caffeine-allergic people drinking.
The new regulations, blue coloring agent (bluetint) can be used in accordance with the standard polycarbonate and PET beverage bottles, must ensure that the total migration of pigment does not exceed 60mg / L.

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