Propylene Glycol, CAS# 57-55-6, is a organic compound manufactured through chemical synthesis, available as Colorless transparent viscous liquid. Propylene Glycol is widely used as emulsifiers. It is widely accepted as safe food additive in many countries.
No significant side effects reported. Propylene Glycol can cause moderate to severe allergic reaction in infants, baby under 4, pregnant women and individuals with kidney dysfunction.
Ingestion of Propylene Glycol in large quantity may hurt our health, please follow the guideline of using Propylene Glycol: ADI 0-25 mg/kg bw
Special groups refer to newborns, children, pregnant and any other applicable vulnerable groups.
Propylene Glycol may have some affect on infant, children under 4 and pregnant. We recommend consumers to consult professionals before using Propylene Glycol in food of infant, children under 4 and pregnant.
Generally recognized as safe(GRAS) is a FDA designation that a specific substance or ingredient is generally considered safe by experts, and so is exempted from the usual Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA) food additive tolerance requirements. Propylene Glycol is considered safe by FDA according to existing data and granted GRAS status.
No breaking news or public health crises reported about Propylene Glycol reported up to now.
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