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The food and Drug Administration wants you to be aware that some decorative glitters and dusts promoted for use on foods may, in fact, contain materials that should not be eaten. Non-toxic does not mean edible, so if you’re not sure about a product, select something else.
Many decorative glitter and dust are sold over the internet and in craft and bakery supply stores under names such as luster dust, disco dust, twinkle dust, sparkle dust, highlighter, shimmer powder, pearl dust, and petal dust. There are some glitter and dust that are edible and produced specifically for use on foods. These products are made from ingredients that are safe to eat. But others may not.
Edible or Non-Edible:
There are easy things you can do to determine what’s edible and what’s non-edible:
· Carefully check the label of any decorative product you’re considering for use in foods. Companies that make edible glitter and dust are required by law to include a list of ingredients on the label.
Sinojoinsun Edible ink, edible paper, edible markers are food grade and able to be eaten with food. The products meet FDA and SGS standard, it is safe to humanbody. They can show the third party test report and the food production license for customers. The most essential element of these products is the safety. This is also the foothold of the development for over 15 years.
Article Source: No-toxic does not equal edible; be careful when decoration holiday treats
By U.S. Food and Drug Administration on December 20, 2018