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Regulatory status and use of lipases in various countries. A review of the answers on questionnaire 2192/B


Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation ( 294): 19-20
Regulatory status and use of lipases in various countries. A review of the answers on questionnaire 2192/B
A summary of replies received from 19 countries, to an IDF special questionnaire (no. 2192/B) on the regulatory status and use of lipases in cheesemaking, shows the following: lipases are permitted for general use in cheesemaking by 7 countries and for specified cheese types by 8 countries; use of animal lipases is permitted by 11 countries, microbial lipases by 5 and plant lipases by 1 country; lipases are actually used for cheesemaking in 10 countries; regulatory status of lipases is as a processing aid in 8 countries, as a food additive in 2 countries, and as a technological ingredient and an enzyme in 1 country each; and labelling of lipases when used in cheesemaking is only required in 2 countries.

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