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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Everything Added to Food in the United States (EAFUS)

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The list below is an alphabetical inventory representing only five of 196 fields in FDA/CFSAN's PAFA database.

Definitions of the labels that are found in the inventory are:

DOCTYPEAn indicator of the status of the toxicology information available for the substance in PAFA (administrative and chemical information is available on all substances):
ASPFully up-to-date toxicology information has been sought.
EAFThere is reported use of the substance, but it has not yet been assigned for toxicology literature search.
NEWThere is reported use of the substance, and an initial toxicology literature search is in progress.
NILAlthough listed as a added to food, there is no current reported use of the substance, and, therefore, although toxicology information may be available in PAFA, it is not being updated.
NULThere is no reported use of the substance and there is no toxicology information available in PAFA.
BANThe substance was formerly approved as a food additive but is now banned; there may be some toxicology data available.
DOCNUMPAFA database number of the Food Additive Safety Profile volume containing the printed source information concerning the substance.
MAINTERMThe name of the substance as recognized by CFSAN
CAS RN OR OTHER CODEChemical Abstract Service (CAS) Registry Number for the substance or a numerical code assigned by CFSAN to those substances that do not have a CAS Registry Number (888nnnnnn or 977nnnnnn-series)
REGNUMRegulation numbers in Title 21 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations where the chemical appears.

 = "2142-94-1"
     No of Records Found:  1
Doc Type Doc No. Mainterm CAS RN or Other Code Regnum
ASP 1104 NERYL FORMATE 2142-94-1 172.515

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