Cost of Reformulating Foods and Cosmetics
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PUBLISHED ON Jul 2002
LAST UPDATED Jul 2002
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Metadata Updated: November 15, 2017

Foods and cosmetics are examples of regulated products which are sometimes reformulated in response to changes in the marketplace or regulatory environment. RTI and the Economics Team at the FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) produced this model, based on the earlier labeling cost model, to help estimate the costs incurred in reformulation due to changes in regulations. The report provides information on the process of reformulation and a description of the underlying assumptions and calculations used in developing the model. Instructions for using the model are in Section 4 of the report.

Software requirements: Stata and Microsoft Excel

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