Home Food Regulatory News FSANZ Proposes New Form of Vitamin D3 in Food FSANZ Proposes New Form of Vitamin D3 in Food Apr 23, 2021 | Regulatory News | News Posted By: Hamidreza Sohrabi Share: On April 22, 2021, Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has proposed an application on a new form of vitamin B3 in the Food Standards Code and calls for public opinion. The scope of the application is to seek approval to use nicotinamide riboside chloride as a form of vitamin B3 Application for use in food for special medical purposes (FSMPs) The Code refers to vitamin B3 compounds as niacin in FSMPs. FSMPs partially or totally replace the daily diet and are recommended for use under medical supervision. No safety concerns associated with the use of nicotinamide riboside chloride as a form of niacin in FSMPs The draft is open for public comments until May 20, 2021. To view the draft and be updated with latest regulations, check out the Food News Monitoring System.