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From: Food Quality & Safety Magazine, 9.17.2013

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FDA Sets Definition of ‘Gluten-Free’ for Labeling

Seen as a ‘safe’ standard, despite concerns of some, celiac organizations say

Some consumers with celiac disease and other gluten sensitivities have objected to the standard, saying they experience reactions at exposure levels lower than 20 parts per million of gluten. However, support organizations for people with gluten intolerances, including the Celiac Disease Foundation and the Gluten Intolerance Group, have supported the FDA’s labeling rule.

What’s Next for Edible Coatings?

The main components of everyday foods can fulfill requirements for edible films

The edible-coating market for food products—particularly fresh fruits and vegetables—has grown from a small cottage industry in 1985, when only 10 companies were in the business, to more than 1,000 companies that exceed $100 million in annual sales today. One of the gurus of the edible-coating industry, Attila Pavlath, PhD, said that the next big challenge he is working on is an edible coating that will stave off the unattractive white film that appears on baby carrots after several days.

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