GSFA

AcronymDefinition
GSFAGeneral Standard for Food Additives (Codex Alimentarius Commission; UN Food and Agricultural Organization; Rome, Italy)
GSFAGeorgia Smoke Free Association (est. 2015)
GSFAGraduate School of Fine Arts (University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA)
GSFAGeorgia Student Finance Authority (Tucker, GA)
GSFAGovernment Superannuation Fund Authority (New Zealand)
GSFAGuitar Society of Fine Art (Pittsburgh, PA)
GSFAFireman Apprentice, Gas Turbine System Technician Striker (Naval Rating)
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The CCFA decided to put magnesium stearate on the priority list proposed for evaluation by the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) following a request supported by IADSA for its safety assessment and the establishment of specifications for GSFA inclusion.
The purpose of this study was to assess the clinical utility of [V.sub.max] maps, both nonstereoscopic (VM) and stereoscopic (VMS), and to compare [V.sub.max] maps to traditional DTI display method (GSFA and CCOM).
In case 1 (Figure 5), when the neurora-diologists compared the GSFA maps to the CCOM, only 5 of 8 reviewers correctly identified that white matter tracts were invaded by the lesion.
Despite the relatively small sample size, our preliminary results demonstrate that the traditional color-coded DTI display (CCOM) seems preferred over the grayscale display (GSFA), and that the nontraditional [V.sub.max] maps (VM and VMS) seem preferred over the traditional color-coded display (CCOM).
"The mission of SSFL is completely in sync with the objective of GSFA which is to build football culture, create multiple opportunities for footballers and introduce sustainable and scalable programmes that can position Gujarat as a sporting state.
"The support from the sporting fraternity from Gujarat has been appreciable and we are glad to have partnered GSFA to conduct SSFL across the state.
"Specifically, it will need to be evaluated by the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) and included in the General Standard for Food Additives (GSFA).
Greg Franklin of GSFA Consulting, the firm which conducted the research, will be the session's primary presenter.
The Codex Committee on Food Additives has adopted nine colors for use in food supplements at levels consistent with recommendations by the International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Associations (IADSA).The committee agreed to move allura red AC (300 mg/kg); caramel color, class IV (20,000 mg/kg); carotenoids (300 mg/kg); chlorophylls, copper complexes (500 mg/kg); erythrosine (300 mg/kg); fast green FCF (600 mg/kg); grape skin extracts (500 mg/kg); in-digotine (300 mg/kg); and iron oxides (7500 mg/kg) forward for the Codex General Standard for Food Additives (GSFA), which sets conditions for permitted food additives to be used in all foods.