GRAS

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GRAS

[gras or ¦gē¦är¦ā′es]
(food engineering)
Referring to food ingredients Generally Regarded As Safe in the United States by virtue of a history of safe use or scientific procedures.

GRAS

A public domain graph-oriented database system for software engineering applications from RWTH Aachen.
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Israel-based Algatechnologies has obtained Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) status for its AstaPure brand astaxanthin from FDA, allowing for use in food and beverages applications.
FDA regulations allow companies to independently determine through a self-affirmation process that an ingredient is generally recognized as safe by qualified experts.
In addition, biotin has been deemed safe by the Food and Drug Administration and is also Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) for use in foods and supplements.

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