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Cellulose Enzyme Product Deemed Safe For Use In Wine, Beer, Juices

October 1, 2009: 03:02 AM EST
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has informed biofuels manufacturer Dyadic International that a cellulose enzyme preparation derived from a genetically modified strain of its proprietary C1 organism is safe to use in producing wine, beer and fruit juices. The Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) designation basically means the FDA, at the recommendation of an expert panel, finds no reason to believe a product is unsafe. Dyadic said the new liquid enzyme product, dubbed CeluStar CL, will be marketed immediately. Without offering specifics, the company said the enzyme product “provides enhanced performance over a wide range of application conditions.”
"Dyadic International Completes FDA GRAS Notification Process for C1-Derived Cellulase Enzyme", Dyadic International, Inc., October 01, 2009, © Dyadic
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