The patented probiotic was self-affirmed GRAS since 2007.
Ganeden Biotech (Cleveland) confirms that its signature ingredient, GanedenBC30, is now GRAS-affirmed by FDA. The patented probiotic had been self-affirmed GRAS since 2007.
With the higher-assurance GRAS status, Ganeden now expects its customers to fast-track product development with the ingredient. Conditions for use outlined in the FDA GRAS filing are many, including baked goods, beverages, cereals, gum, puddings and fillings, soups, sugars, and much more.
Ganeden says it spent the last six years preparing for the FDA filing. The consulting firm AIBMR Life Sciences (Puyallup, WA) aided Ganeden in the process.