Had to read through my subscription agreement. Unfortunately, it looks like they are pretty adamant about disclosing actual monograph info. That seems silly to me, but that's the way the cookie crumbles.
I figured as much, because I can't even give out the monograph for the product I produce, only a specification that says it matches the FCC monograph.
You are most likely going to either want to:
- a) purchase a sub to food chemicals codex.org (it even says links can not be provided to this website, which to me is overkill since you can just do a dang google search to find it)
- b) have your supplier attest that they meet or exceed the FCC monograph (we handle this on our specification and on some CoA's)
The monograph isn't just a simple spec, it will include (I'm reading this off of the mono so hopefully I'm not giving out more info than I'm allowed)
- Description (lots of info here)
- Packaging and storage
- Identification with acceptance criteria
- Procedures to meet acceptance criteria
- Assay, Inorganic impurities, limits, and procedures on testing for those