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Table 1 List of designated food additives eliminated after 2000 (As of October 6, 2016)

From: Summarized data of genotoxicity tests for designated food additives in Japan

Name Date Reason
Aluminum Potassium Sulfate (dried) (syn: Burnt Alum) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Aluminum Potassium Sulfate”
Ferrous Pyrophosphate June 30, 2000 Distribution and usage records have not been confirmed
Sodium Sulfite (anhydrous) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Sodium Sulfite”
Tetrasodium Pyrophosphate (anhydrous) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Tetrasodium Pyrophosphate”
Aluminum Ammonium Sulfate (dried) (syn: Burnt Ammonium Alum) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Aluminum Ammonium Sulfate”
Disodium Hydrogen Phosphate (anhydrous) (Disodium Phosphate (anhydrous)) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Disodium Hydrogen Phosphate”
Sodium Dihydrogen Phosphate (anhydrous) (Monosodium Phosphate (anhydrous)) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Sodium Dihydrogen Phosphate”
Tertiary Sodium Phosphate (anhydrous) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Tertiary Sodium Phosphate”
Choline phosphate June 30, 2000 Distribution and usage records have not been confirmed
Methyl O-Acetylricinoleate June 30, 2000 Distribution and usage records have not been confirmed
Citric Acid (anhydrous) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Citric Acid”
Ferrous Sulfate (dried) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Ferrous Sulfate”
Sodium Acetate (anhydrous) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Sodium Acetate”
Sodium Hydroxide (crystal) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Sodium Hydroxide”
Sodium Carbonate (crystal) June 30, 2000 Integrated into “Sodium Carbonate”
Sodium Starch Phosphate June 4, 2009 Production and usage have not been confirmed
  1. The date and the reasons for disappearance are indicated