What is Carrageenan? What is PES? Why is carrageenan in my food?
Position Paper on the Exclusion of Seaweed-Derived Hydrocolloids from REACH Registration.
The safety of carrageenan has been upheld by scientific organizations and regulatory authorities worldwide.
Latest update on the work of marinalg international to measure the molecular weight distribution of carrageenan and processed eucheuma seaweed.
More than 60,000 metric tons of carrageenan are produced each year with this rudimentary recipe you could follow in your own kitchen – no mysteries, no misnomers, and no blarney.
At 11:59 p.m. on June 3 the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Organic Program’s docket closed, and they ceased taking comments regarding a proposed rule to renew the listing of carrageenan without restriction as an allowed non-synthetic ingredient in U.S. organic foods.
Click the title above to view Marinalg’s comments submitted to the USDA National Organic Program.
Submit electronically before June 3 at http://www.regulations.gov/#!docketDetail;D=AMS-NOP-11-0003. Once the hyperlink is opened, click the button next to the docket for the sunset rule for ingredients. Confirm the docket reads AMS- NOP-11-0003; NOP-10-13PR, RIN 0581-AD13.
Click the title above for a sample comment to post to the federal register along with accompanying PDF.
Click the title above to view Marinalg’s comments submitted to the ECHA Microplastics Consultation.
Click the title above to view Marinalg’s comments submitted to the ASC-MSC Seaweed Standard.