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Nutraceutical and functional food regulations in the United States and around the world / edited by Debasis Bagchi.

Bagchi, Debasis, 1954- (Added Author).
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Subject: Functional foods > Standards.
Food industry and trade > Quality control > Regional disparities.
Food industry and trade > Safety measures > Regional disparities.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9780124059122
  • ISBN: 0124059120
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (591 pages).
  • Edition: 2nd ed.
  • Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014.

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Formatted Contents Note: 14 Botanical Nutraceuticals, (Food Supplements, Fortified and Functional Foods) in the European Union with Main Focus on Nutrition And Health Claims Regulation -- 14.1.Introduction -- 14.2.The nutraceutical concept in the US -- 14.3.EU legislation on botanicals as medicines or foods -- 14.4.Regulatory status and positioning of botanicals as food supplements, fortified, and functional foods -- 14.4.1.Food supplement directive -- 14.5.National control on botanicals in food supplements -- 14.6.Regulation on mutual recognition -- 14.7.Other regulations with an impact on functional foods -- 14.7.1.Traditional herbal medicinal products -- 14.7.2.Botanicals for enrichment of foods and functional foods -- 14.7.3.EU legislation and functional foods -- 14.7.4.EU legislation on fortified food -- 14.8.EU legislation and parnuts -- 14.9.EU legislation on novel foods -- 14.10.Quality aspects -- 14.11.Safety of botanicals -- 14.12.Efficacy of botanicals -- 14.12.1.NHCR -- 14.12.2.Scientific substantiation of claims -- 14.12.3.Qualified health claims -- 14.13.Consequences of the NHCR -- 14.13.1.Article 13.1 general function health claims -- 14.13.2.Article 13.5 and Article 14 claims -- 14.14.The article 13.1 list included in Commission Regulation 432/2012 -- 14.14.1.Regulation (EU) 432/2012 -- 14.14.2.Article 13.1 health claims put on hold -- 14.14.3.Commission discussion paper on botanical health claims put on hold -- 14.14.4.Criteria of evaluation of health claims adopted by EFSA under Article 13 (1) of NHCR -- 14.14.5.Reasons for rejection of health claims by EFSA under article 13 (1) of NHCR -- 14.15.Examples of negative and positive opinions on botanical health claims evaluated by EFSA -- 14.16.Conclusions -- References -- ch. 15 History and Current Status of Functional Food Regulations in Japan -- 15.1.Introduction -- 15.2.FoSHU -- 15.3.Food with nutrient function claim -- 15.4.Revision of FoSHU categories -- 15.5.Function evaluation of FoSHU -- 15.6.Safety evaluation of FoSHU -- 15.7.The future of functional food regulations in Japan -- References -- ch. 16 Health Foods and Foods with Health Claims in Japan -- 16.1.Introduction -- 16.2.Historical development of FFs -- 16.2.1.CAA -- 16.3.HF -- 16.3.1.HF and FOSHU markets -- 16.3.2.Implications of defining HF -- 16.3.3.Necessity of regulation for HF -- 16.3.4.Labeling and laws -- 16.4.Regulatory systems on HF -- 16.4.1.Food safety basic act -- 16.4.2.Pharmaceutical affairs law -- 16.4.3.Health promotion law -- 16.4.4.Food sanitation law
30 Intellectual Property, Branding, Trademark, and Regulatory Approvals in Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods -- 30.1.Introduction -- 30.2.Nutraceuticals, patent rights, and bioprospecting -- 30.3.Branding: a hypothetical case scenario -- 30.3.1.Protecting your patents with coded identities and branding... the right way -- 30.4.Conclusion -- References.
Summary: This fully revised and updated edition begins with insights into the scope, importance and continuing growth opportunities in the nutraceutical and functional food industries and explores the latest regulatory changes and their impacts. The book demonstrates the global scenario of the acceptance and demand for these products and explores the regulatory hurdles and claim substantiation of these foods and dietary supplements, as well as addressing the intricate aspects of manufacturing procedures. As the public gains confidence in the quality of these products based on sophisticated quality con.
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