The scope of the data assessment highlights the following:
The food enzyme is used in processing fructose to produce a specialty carbohydrate d‐allulose;
Genotoxicity tests did not raise a safety concern;
Under the intended conditions of use, the risk of allergic sensitization and elicitation reactions by dietary exposure is low;
The food enzyme preparation contains multiple copies of an antimicrobial resistance gene, which is considered a hazard;
The available results concluded that the identified hazard associated with the food enzyme d‐psicose 3‐epimerase produced with the genetically modified C. glutamicum strain FIS002 will not result in a risk.