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How long should USDA listings remain in the NSF White Book? -NSF Tentative Plans- Kenji Yano, NSF

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Title: How long should USDA listings remain in the NSF White Book? -NSF Tentative Plans- Kenji Yano, NSF


1
How long should USDA listings remain in the NSF
White Book?-NSF Tentative Plans-Kenji Yano,
NSF

2
Current USDA Policy
  • USDA accepts
  • Manufacturer Letter of Guarantee for new
    formulations.
  • USDA authorizations with manufacturer statement
    (formulation did not change). NSF White Book
  • Third-party registrations. NSF White Book

3
Issues
  • There have been many changes since 1998.
  • USDA no longer recommends use of the old USDA
    list (additional manufacturer certification
    required).
  • Confidence of old authorizations continues to
    decline.
  • In the future
  • Only letter of guarantee and third-party
    registrations will be accepted. If so, when?

4
Food-grade lubricants (H1)
  • ISO standard development underway.
  • More than 50 of all listed H1 lubricants (2,600)
    are NSF H1 registered.

5
NSF Plans
  • Implement sunset for USDA H1 authorizations
    starting 2003.
  • Gradually do the same for other categories when
    the timing is acceptable.

6
USDA Feedback
  • Recent issues surrounding compound approval at
    FSIS-inspected plants.
  • Feedback on usefulness/effectiveness of the 2002
    White Book with manufacturer statement.
  • Current and future acceptance of White Book by
    FSIS inspectors.
  • Any future changes on acceptance of manufacturer
    self-certification.
  • Is the NSF plan acceptable?

7
Manufacturer Feedback
  • Any recommendation on timing for sunset for USDA
    approved products?

8
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