On July 20, 2018, the anz food standards agency issued a notice soliciting opinions on rosemary extract as a food additive. The Australian New Zealand food standards authority has completed the risk assessment of rosemary extract, and no food safety risk has been found. Therefore, rosemary extract is intended to be used as an antioxidant for cooking oil, fruit and vegetable sauce, processed meat and other products, so as to guarantee the quality of food and extend the shelf life. The deadline for soliciting opinions is August 31, 2018. Currently, rosemary extract can be used as a food additive in the European Union, Japan, Singapore and China.
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