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Register of regulated product applications

List of the applications received through the regulated products application service.

This public register is a list of the applications received through the regulated products application service which we are currently assessing. It only lists applications which have passed initial checks to make sure they contain all the necessary information (i.e. have been validated), rather than a list of all the submitted applications. The register provides some detail about the applicant, the product itself and also shows the current stage of the application progress.

This register will be regularly updated as applications are validated and move into the further assessment phases.

List of applications

Download the list of applications (.xlsx)

The list was last updated on 24 August 2021.

Information included in the register

RP ID number

This is the regulated product (RP) identification number used for each application entered into the regulated products application service.

Product type

There are 12 regulated product types that can be applied under:

  • Extraction solvents
  • Feed additives
  • Feed for particular nutritional uses (PARNUTS)
  • Feed detoxification processes
  • Flavourings
  • Food contact materials
  • Food additives
  • Food enzymes
  • Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) as food and feed
  • Irradiated food
  • Novel foods
  • Smoke flavourings

Organisation

This is the name of the company that has applied to the regulated products application service.

Product name

This is the given name of the product for which the applicant is seeking authorisation.

Summary

This provides an overview of the type of application and what the application is for.

Phase of assessment

This refers to the stage in which the application is currently being evaluated under:

  • Risk assessment -  this is to decide if the product or process is safe to be placed on the market in England, Wales and Scotland. This will involve risk assessment by one of our Joint Expert Groups  and/or Scientific Advisory Committees and a consideration of other legitimate factors (for example, risks to the environment). These will be combined to form an evidence package.
  • Risk management - this is to consider possible risk management options and make a recommendation to ministers.
  • Authorisation decision pending - this is the final stage of assessment where ministers will decide whether the product should be authorised for use in Great Britain.