Dietetic Food Regulation

Original Language Title: Verordnung über diätetische Lebensmittel

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Regulation on dietary foods (diet Regulation) DiätV Ausfertigung date: 20.06.1963 full quotation: "diet regulation as amended by the notice of 28 April 2005 (BGBl. I p. 1161), most recently by article 1 of the Decree of February 25, 2014 (BGBl. I p. 218) has been changed" stand: Neugefasst by BEK. v. 28.4.2005 I 1161;
 
Amended by art. 1 V v. 25.2.2014 I 218 about the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from: 12.9.1981 +++) (+++ to apply in the acceding territory for the time of the data to 31.12.1990 V v. 28.9.1990 I 2117 (EGRÜblV) and for the time from 1.1.1991 V v. Dover I 2915 (EGRechtÜblV) +++) table of contents first section § § general rules 1 to 4a second section additives or other substances to use in dietetic foods 5 to 10 third section special rules for certain Food 11-14 d fourth section Kenntlichmachungs-and marking requirements identification of additives of 15 to 18 General labelling 19 special markings 21 to 24 form of identification and labelling 25 fifth section offences and offences 26 sixth section final provisions 27-29 23 plants (1) dietetic foods food intended for particular nutritional uses are the first section General provisions § 1.
(2) foods are intended for particular nutritional uses if they 1 meet the particular nutritional requirements of the following groups of consumers: a) certain categories of persons, which digestive or absorption process, or metabolism is disturbed or b) certain categories of persons who are in a special physiological condition and therefore certain in food contained substances can take special advantage of controlled recording, or c) healthy infants or toddlers , 2 are suitable for their claimed nutritional purposes and with the note to be marketed, that they are suitable for this purpose, and 3 differ due to their special composition or the special procedure of their production of the foodstuffs of for general consumption.
(3) for the purposes of this Regulation: 1. baby foods: food besides milk, that meet the special nutritional requirements of healthy infants and young children and intended for the feeding of infants during the weaning period and the nutrition of infants and young children during the gradual transition to a normal diet.
2. baby foods: Foods from a) simple cereal products, which are prepared with milk or other appropriate nutritious liquids or have to be prepared, b) cereal products with added protein-rich food, which are or have to be prepared with water or other protein-free liquid, c) pasta, which are consumed after cooking in boiling water or other appropriate liquids, or d) rusks or biscuits , who consumed either as such or, after pulverisation, with the addition of water, milk or other suitable liquids.
(4) for the purposes of this regulation, foods for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction are products which are intended as a replacement for a whole day's rations, or as a substitute for one or more meals of the daily diet and have a limited capacity and a special composition.
(4a) the purposes of this regulation, dietary foods for special medical purposes (balanced diets) are products that uniquely processed or formulated and intended for the dietary treatment of patients. They serve the exclusive or partial feeding of patients with impaired, disabled or impaired ability to the intake, digestion, absorption, metabolism or excretion of ordinary food or certain nutrients therein or their metabolites or the feeding of patients with other medically-related nutrient needs for their dietary treatment a modification of the normal diet, not enough other foods for particular nutritional uses or a combination of both. Balanced diets are divided into 1.
full balanced diets a) with a standard nutrient formulation or b) with one for certain ailments specific or customized for a specific disease or disorder nutrient formulation which may constitute the sole source of nourishment for the persons for which they are intended, use according to the instructions of the manufacturer and 2 additional accounted diets a) with a standard nutrient formulation or b) with a nutrient formulation specific for certain ailments or customized for a specific disease or disorder , which are not suitable for use as the sole source of nourishment.
(5) dietary food is salt substitute.
(6) for the purposes of this Regulation: 1. infants: children under 12 months;
2. infants: Children between one year and three years;
3. infant formulae: foodstuffs intended for particular nutritional use by infants during the first months of life and alone meet the nutritional requirements of such infants of until the introduction of appropriate complementary feeding;
4. follow-on formulae: foodstuffs intended for particular nutritional use by infants from the introduction of appropriate complementary feeding and represent the largest liquid share of a progressively diversified diet for these infants.
(7) food additives within the meaning of this regulation are substances within the meaning of § 2 para 3 sentence 1 and 2 of the food and feed law.
(8) the definitions in article 2 apply to "nutrition claim", "health claim" and "Indication with regard to the reduction of disease risk" within the meaning of this regulation para. 2 No. 4, 5 and 6 in conjunction with article 2 para. 2 No. 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006 of 20 December 2006 on nutrition and health claims made on foods (OJ EU no. L 12 p. 3).

§ 2 (1) in transactions with or in advertising for others as Dietetic foodstuffs (foodstuffs of for normal consumption) may 1 the word "Dietetic" alone or in conjunction with other words, 2 names, other information and put up, giving the impression could be that it is a dietary supplement.
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 No. 2 may determined foodstuffs of for normal consumption, the 1st as prefabricated light are, in hospitals and similar institutions under medical supervision to be issued with remarks from which arises the suitability for a particular nutritional purpose within the meaning of § 1, be put into circulation, 2. for infants or toddlers are suitable, be associated with a note out into circulation.
On foodstuffs of for normal consumption, which are associated with a note pursuant to sentence 1 No. 2 in the transport, 1. are sections 4, 14, 19 and 22 and 2. § 2 paragraph 1 number 2 of the contaminants regulation according to apply.
(3) as an indication within the meaning of paragraph 1 No. 2 it does not apply, if only 1 chemical analysis, individual analysis values or the physiological calorific value of food or 2 features 3 (dropped out) are specified in the qualitative and quantitative composition of a food.
(4) liquor and accordingly made drinks with an alcohol content of less than 15 percent may be placed as Dietetic food, nor with a note on a particular nutritional purpose Professional on the market.

§ 3 (1) by way of derogation No. 1 and 7 of the food and feed law book of § 12 para 2 sentence 2 of the food and feed law the prohibitions of section 12, paragraph 1 also apply to dietary foods, insofar as not acceptable statements are used pursuant to paragraph 2.
(2) is allowed in 1 (dropped out) 2nd foods, for the treatment of disorders of the intestinal motility and intestinal flora, and their consequences in infants are appropriate, the statement "dietary supplement suitable for the treatment of infant dyspepsia (diarrhea disease in the infant) only in the context of medical regulation"; provided they are suitable for healing, they can be called in addition medicinal food, 3. a) foods for the treatment of hepatocellular - or renal failure, protein, amino acid and electrolyte content according to adjusted are in b) foods that are suitable for the treatment of congenital metabolic disorders, the statement "dietary supplement suitable for the treatment of..., use only under constant medical supervision", 4th food, to the special diet for a) Maldigestion or malabsorption , b) errors of food intake, c) inflammatory bowel disease or pre-or post-operative treatment in operations of the intestine, d) chronic pancreatitis or e) gout are suitable, the statement "to the special diet for... as part of a diet plan".

§ 4 (1) dietetic foods intended for sale to the consumer, may be; brought Professional only in prepackaged in the traffic This does not apply with the exception of sweeteners, if emitted Dietetic food for consumption on the spot. Restaurants, catering facilities, as well as traders, insofar as they apply food consumption within their premises, are of the same consumers.
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 half-sentence 1 may dietary meat products as well as dietary cheese in bulk, in the gate of the consumer are supplied.

Section 4a (1) who is a balanced diet in the sense of § 1 para 4a, as a manufacturer or importer in the traffic wants to bring an infant formula in the sense of § 1 para 6 No. 3 or a dietary supplement, that belongs, not to one of the groups listed in annex 8 of dietary food, has to show this at the latest at the first Inverkehrbringen the Federal Office of consumer protection and food safety among a sample of the label used for the product.
(2) the dietary foods was introduced in another Member State of the European Union, is in the display referred to in paragraph 1 in addition to specify the authority of that other Member State, where the first is displayed.
(3) the Federal Office of consumer protection and food safety the display shall forthwith transmit the Federal Ministry of food, agriculture and consumer protection and Supreme Land authorities responsible for the control of foodstuffs.
(4) the Federal Office of consumer protection and food safety checks to see whether the dietary foods listed groups of foods not belonging to one in annex 8, complies with the requirements of § 1 para 2 and must notify the authorities referred to in paragraph 3 of the test result.
(5) insofar as this is necessary for the inspection pursuant to paragraph 4, the Federal Office of consumer protection and food safety by the manufacturer or importer can request the submission of scientific work and the data from which derived, that the pending product meets the requirements of § 1 para 2. Published the relevant work in an easily accessible publication, a reference to this publication is sufficient.
(6) the Federal Office of consumer protection and food safety has determined that the displayed product not meet the requirements of § 1 para 2, the Federal Office may provisionally prohibit the placing on the market of the product as a dietary supplement consumer protection and food safety or provided with conditions.
Second section additives or other substances to use in dietetic foods § 5 (1) in the extraction, production and preparation of dietary foods may be added to food additives only in accordance with this regulation.
(2) the use of drinking water, which is prepared according to the regulation of drinking water treatment, this regulation is not considered addition of additives in the sense.

§ 6 for the use of food additives in foods for technological purposes is the food additive approval regulation. In addition to there approved additives other than dietary foods for infants or toddlers that substances listed as influencing taste substances for flavors if she intended are admitted, in Appendix 5 No. 2 of flavors regulation, to a technological purpose are dietetic food. The content of these additional substances must not exceed the established maximum residue limits in annex 5 No. 2 of flavors regulation.

§ 7 (1) are 1 for dietetic foods, excluding infant formulae and follow-on formulae according to § 14 c and processed according to section 14 d, unless she intended to qualify the additives listed in annex 9 in accordance with the there laid down restrictions, in Appendix 2, 2. for infant formulae and follow-on formulae according to § 14 c and baby foods according to § 14 d to a nutritional or Dietetic purpose. The approval is provided in Appendix 2 column 2 the use of a substance is limited to certain dietary foods, only for this dietary food. May not exceed the maximum levels specified in annex 2.
(2) if minimum quantities are specified in annex 2 for there listed additives, dietary foods with the addition of additives authorized for these purposes commercially only in the traffic may be placed if the specified minimum quantities are not exceeded.

§ 7a it is prohibited in the manufacture of dietetic foodstuffs, other than infant formulae and follow-on formulae according to § 14 c and baby foods according to § 14-d, other substances which are no additives in the sense of § 2 para 3 of the food and feed law book, which respectively in Appendix 2 substances listed and marked with an asterisk for nutritional or Dietetic purposes to use as category 1 to 6. Provided in Appendix 2 column 2, the use of the substance is restricted to certain dietary foods that this substance only in these foods must be used.

§ 7b substances listed in annexes 2 and 9 only foods in type and quantity so used to, these correspond to the particular nutritional requirements of the group for which they are intended. Section 7, subsection 1, sentence 3 and paragraph 2 shall remain unaffected. The manufacturer or importer has to submit the scientific work and the data at the request of the authority referred to in Article 4a, paragraph 1 which prove the suitability of substances added for nutritional or dietary purposes, for the corresponding group according to the State of the science. Exists in the corresponding work in an easily accessible publication, a hint is sufficient.

§ 8 (dropped out) - paragraph 8a (dropped out) - section 9 (1) salt substitute to be approved in the Appendix 3 additional substances listed. The content of adipic acid and Adipaten, calculated as adipic acid, must not exceed 60 grams in one kilogram of salt substitute. Salt substitute may also be used in iodine form, establishing dietary foods intended for Natriumempfindliche.
(2) the magnesium compounds referred to in point 1 of annex 3 are only allowed if they are mixed with one or more of the not magnesium-rich compounds referred to in Appendix 3. The mixture of Magnesium compounds, expressed as magnesium cations, included more than 20 percentages of the total content of potassium and calcium cations.
(3) the salts of choline, referred to in paragraph 3 of annex 3 are only allowed if they are mixed with one or more of the non cholinhaltigen compounds referred to in Appendix 3. The mixture must contain no more than 3 percentages choline.

§ 10 (dropped out) - third section special rules for certain food section 11 (1) who wants to manufacture iodized table salt replacement, other dietary foods with the addition of iodine compounds or dietary foods intended for use as a balanced diet, requires approval. The approval is granted for a specific facility.
(2) the permit is granted only if the one under whose direction the food referred to in paragraph 1 shall be produced, the necessary competence and reliability is and if the operation of the facilities is equipped, which are necessary for the proper production of these foods, in particular for proper dosing and uniform mixing.

section 11a (1) the food referred to in article 11, paragraph 1 may be only moved in the scope of this regulation, if for the broadcast in which a clearance for free circulation, to the Customs storage in an open customs warehouse to the inward, to convert or use relevant time a certificate is presented Appendix 4 according to the pattern. The quantity of goods, the official certificate relates is considered broadcast. The certificate must be issued by the competent authority of the country of origin in triplicate and drafted in the German language; the original as even the more copies are identified such as. An additional copy of the certificate is to send by the customs authority at the expense of the designated the authority responsible for the place of customs clearance of official control of foodstuffs.
(2) a certificate referred to in paragraph 1 need not, if appropriate food of the same manufacturer are been spent with a certificate referred to in paragraph 1 within the scope of this regulation and a written declaration of the is included in the broadcast. This statement must evaluate to a compliance of food with the food already spent, as well as the body responsible for the place of the first customs clearance the official control of foodstuffs.
(3) paragraph 1 does not apply to iodized salt substitute and other dietary foods with the addition of iodine compounds, which in another Member State of the European are lawfully manufactured Union or another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area and lawfully placed on the market or come from a third country and reside legally in a Member State of the European Union or another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area in the traffic.

§ 12 (dropped out) section 13 (1) Dietetic food for Natriumempfindliche may be professional only manufactured and placed on the market if they comply with the following requirements: 1. foods other than beverages, the sodium content shall not exceed the amount of 120 milligrams per 100 grams of the RTE food, 2.
beverages, excluding natural mineral water, the sodium content must not exceed the amount of 2 milligrams per 100 milliliters of the RTE food.
Indicating "strictly low in sodium", also supplemented by providing "strictly salt", low-sodium dietary foods, excluding drinks, may be marked with only, if the content of sodium does not exceed 40 milligrams per 100 grams of the RTE food.
(2) substances which are not additives, must be marked unmixed or after mixing with other foods as a salt substitute, only if they contain no sodium.
(3) products, which are manufactured on the basis of table salt, sodium-containing salt of sources of or sea salt may be placed as Dietetic food only if they are marked by specifying "no salt substitute" in conjunction with the name of the product.

§ 14 (1) dietary foods for infants or young children must meet the following requirements: 1 it must as far as other food regulations make no stricter regulations, a) on plant protection, pesticides and stock protection funds subject to the letters b and c not more than 0.01 milligrams per kilogram containing b) with regard to the substances listed in annex 22, exhibit no residues which exceed the maximum levels each referred , c) not from products manufactured, with the production of the pesticides listed in attachment 23, pesticides and preservatives. applied These funds are not applied, the maximum residue levels fixed for them in system 23 are not exceeded;
the value referred to in a and values referred to in b, refer to the product proposed ready for consumption or prepared according to the instructions of the manufacturer in the case of processed foods and other foods for infants and young children, as well as in the case of infant formulae and follow-on formulae;
2. (disappeared) 3 use of milk, milk products or milk components bacteria inhibitors may be undetectable with biological investigation.
(2) dietary foods for infants or young children must also following requirements: included shares of cereals or cereal products should be free 1 in them of residues on grinding and polishing products and free of coarse shell splinters.
2. your content of mineral constituents insoluble in hydrochloric acid shall not exceed 0.1 hundred parts;
3. in baked goods, the content of water soluble carbohydrates caused the strength degradation in the baking and roasting process, as well as by enzymatic degradation, must be after the baking process no less than 12 hundred parts;
4. they include use of milk, milk products or milk components manufactured, so may a) in 1.0 ml of food pleasure finished marketed not more than 10,000 germs, in 1.0 grams a dry or thickened in the traffic of brought food not more than 50,000 germs be detectable, but in sour milk products which are not to take into account these peculiar beings bacterial species, b) in 1.0 ml of the ready for pleasure or in 0.1 gram of dry or thickened in the traffic of brought food not more than 150 aerobic spore-forming or other protein-inducing bacteria (Kaseolyten) be cheaply;
5. they must, pass if they are to use as kids sugar, Nährzucker, or setting up sugar on the market consisting of a mixture of monosaccharides, disaccharides, higher oligosaccharides and polysaccharides, whereby the content of monosaccharides may be no more than 15 hundred parts; Notwithstanding, products are designed not only for healthy infants or toddlers must consist of starch degradation products, whereby the content of maltose may be no less than 20 hundred parts and not more than 50 cent; These regulations do not apply to malt extract.
6 (fallen away) (3) (dropped out) § 14a (1) food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction only commercially manufactured and marketed, if for the addition of additives and other substances to dietary or nutritional purposes to foods following the § § 7, 7a and 7B were are.
(2) food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction may be professional only manufactured and placed on the market, if they meet the requirements set out in attachment 17 in their composition.
(3) food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction, which are intended to replace of a daily ration may be placed professional in a prepackage containing all components on the market.
(4) certain foods that are produced according to medical instructions in individual cases and applied in the context of meals in hospitals or similar institutions under medical supervision if the different composition on the basis of medical indication is required the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 do not apply to dietary to be used as a daily diet or meal.

§ 14b (1) the production of balanced diets has to be based on reasonable medical and dietary principles. Balanced diets need can be safely and usefully use according to the manufacturer's instructions and be effective in the sense that they are the particular nutritional requirements of the persons for which she were intended, meet. They may be used only under medical supervision.
(2) full balanced diets in the sense of § 1 para 4a sentence 3 No. 1 may be professional only manufactured and marketed, if they contain substances listed in Appendix 6 and meet the specified there age-dependent requirements.
(3) further balanced diets in the sense of § 1 para 4a sentence 3 No. 2 may be professional only produced and marketed, if the content of the substances of annex 6 does not exceed the listed maximum levels and meet the specified there age-dependent.
(4) the quantitative limits laid down in annex 6 valid also for added by § 7 in conjunction with Annex 2 approved additives and other substances to nutritional or Dietetic purposes according to § 7a in conjunction with system 2 (5) is necessary for balanced diets a necessary adaptation for special diet requirements, cannot be derogated from by the to be observed according to annex 6 ceilings and minimum quantities. The labelling of the food must contain a reference to these differences, as well as the justification for this.
(6) balanced diets, which are intended for infants, must comply with the requirements for infant formulae and follow-on formulae in its composition, with the exception of the nutrients mentioned in annex 6, annex 10 and 11, provided that the special purpose provision shall not preclude the.

§ 14 c (1) infant formulae and follow-on formulae may be only commercially manufactured and marketed, if 1 their production other than the substances listed in annex 9 and compounds under consideration there laid down restrictions have been used, only the addition of water is required to meet minerals, amino acids and other nitrogen compounds, as well as other substances for particular nutritional purposes, the requirements for vitamins, and 2. for the preparation of the RTE food.
(2) infant formulae may be only produced commercially in addition, subject to paragraph 3, and placed on the market if 1 to produce other than the sources of protein given in annex 10 No. 2 and furthermore only such ingredients have been used as protein sources, whose Eignung is demonstrated for the particular nutritional use by infants from birth by generally accepted scientific knowledge , and 2. they their composition in annex 10 involved in the specified minimum amounts and maximum quantities, on the ready for use products, as well as the composition corresponds to the other there laid down restrictions on use of ingredients and the other requirements listed in addition to; for the calculation of the minimum and maximum quantities of the components, the values set out in annex 12 of amino acids in breast milk are to be based.
Suitability within the meaning of sentence 1 No. 1 is demonstrated through a systematic review of the available data in relation to the expected benefits and on security considerations, as well as, where appropriate, by relevant studies that have been conducted on the basis of recommendations accepted in professional circles in the design and conduct of such studies.
(3) if the infant formula to cow's milk proteins described the meaning of paragraph 2 of the 1st in annex 10 No. 2.1 or goat's milk proteins with a protein content between the minimum and 0,5 g/100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal), or 2. the in annex 10, paragraph 2.2 described protein hydrolysates with a protein content between the minimum and 0,56 g/100 kJ (2,25 g/100 kcal)
been produced, can she only be brought if their suitability for particular nutritional use by infants through studies is demonstrated, the recommendations generally recognized on the basis of in circles in the design and conduct of such studies have been carried. Products must comply with the 1 No. 2 set system 24 of set specifications.
(4) follow-on formulae only professional also manufactured and placed on the market be, if 1 to produce them as protein sources other than the sources of protein given in annex 11 no. 2 and furthermore only such ingredients have been used, whose suitability for particular nutritional use by infants, which are older than six months, is demonstrated by generally accepted scientific knowledge, and 2nd in their composition in annex 11 set minimum amounts and maximum residue limits , based on the ready for use products, as well as the composition matches the other specified there use restrictions and the other requirements listed in addition to; for the calculation of the minimum and maximum quantities of the components, the values set out in annex 12 of amino acids in breast milk are to be based.
Suitability within the meaning of sentence 1 No. 1 is demonstrated through a systematic review of the available data in relation to the expected benefits and on security considerations, as well as, where appropriate, by relevant studies that have been conducted on the basis of recommendations accepted in professional circles in the design and conduct of such studies.
(5) if follow-on formulae in the meaning of paragraph 4 of the described in annex 11, paragraph 2.2 protein hydrolysates with a protein content between the minimum and 0,56 g/100 kJ (2,25 g/100 kcal) manufactured is, can she only be brought if their suitability for particular nutritional use by infants through studies is demonstrated, the recommendations generally recognized on the basis of in circles in the design and conduct of such studies have been carried. The system 24 specifications must be observed.

section 14 d may be made (1) baby foods Professional only ingredients, designed according to the generally accepted scientific knowledge for the particular nutritional use by infants and young children.
(2) foods may be only commercially manufactured and marketed, if no other have been used for their production as the substances listed in annex 9 and compounds under consideration there laid down restrictions, the requirements for vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other nitrogen compounds, as well as other substances for specific nutritional purposes to.
(3) foods may be professional only manufactured and placed on the market if the added vitamins, minerals and trace elements laid down maximum levels for potassium and calcium referred to the circulation in addition been mounted, plant 18 on the ready for use products, do not exceed.
(4) baby foods may be professional only manufactured and placed on the market if she also complies with the requirements set out in attachment 19 and restrictions in their composition.
(5) in plant 20 described foods may be only commercially manufactured, marketed, it also corresponds to the specified there requirements and restrictions in their composition.

section 14e (dropped out) - section 14f (dropped out) - fourth section identification, labelling and advertising - identification of additives of § 15 (dropped out) section 16 (dropped out) - article 17 (1) in the amount of these substances is based on 100 grams of dietary foods prepackaged, that the food labelling regulations according to to be labelled and approved additives or other substances to nutritional or Dietetic purposes according to § 7a have been put to those pursuant to § 7, , to specify when liquids on 100 millilitre of the food. § 8 para 4 sentence 2 of the food labelling regulation also applies for the identification of added vitamins.
(2) in the case of dietary foods, emitted in prepackages within the meaning of § 1 para 2 the food labeling regulations or loosely to the consumer and approved food additives and other substances to nutritional or Dietetic purposes have been used to for article 7 according to § 7a, the content of these substances by providing the name and the quantity of the substance is based on 100 grams, , marked for 100 milliliters of food, fluids. Restaurants, catering facilities, as well as traders, insofar as they apply food consumption within their premises, are of the same consumers.
(3) paragraphs 1 and 2 do not apply to the dietary food, collected by the § § 21, 21a, 22a and 22B.

§ 18 dietary foods are also following information to install: 1. (dropped out) 2. dietetic foods, which when approved food additives have been used to salt substitute, providing "with salt substitute", 3. (dropped out) 4 at dietary foods which iodine salt replacement has been put to, the specification "with iodized table salt substitute".
-General labelling section 19 (1) dietetic foods, excluding those that are covered by the § § 21, 21a, 22a and 22B, may be brought Professional only in traffic, if the labelling are specified: 1 subject to § 3 or for particular nutritional properties belonging to the designation of the particular nutritional purpose;
2. the peculiarities in the qualitative and quantitative composition or the special manufacturing process which gives the product its particular nutritional characteristics;
3. the average content of usable carbohydrates, fats and protein either in grams, based on 100 gram, liquid 100 ml of the food, or in percentage of by weight; Indicating there is no need for a content of fewer than a hundred part;
4. the 100 gram, liquid to 100 milliliters of food related average physiological energy value expressed in kilojoules and kilocalories with the words "... Kilojoules (... Kilocalories) "or"... kJ (... kcal) "; products which are only ready to eat after the addition of other foods, which is in addition to 100 grams, to specify when liquids on 100 ml of ready to eat prepared product-related energy value; the energy value is less than 50 kilojoules (12 kilocalories) in 100 grams or 100 millilitres, can the information through the notes "calorific value under 50 kJ (12 kcal) in 100 g" or "calorific value under 50 kJ (12 kcal) in 100 ml" to be replaced.
Portion packs or giving portion quantities data are pursuant to sentence 1 No. 3 and 4 in addition to a portion.
(2) physiological calorific value is according to § 2 No. 3 of the nutrition labelling regulation to calculate.
-Special markings sections 20 and 20a (dropped out) - section 21 (1) for balanced diets is the designation 'dietary food for special medical purposes (balanced diet)"name in terms of the food labeling regulations.
(2) balanced diets may be marketed only if they contain the following information in accordance with the set of 2: 1 the note "for dietary treatment of..." by the disease, disorder, or complaints, for which the food is intended, 2. a description of the properties and characteristics the food owes its purpose 3. are complemented a hint that if nutrients have been increased, reduced, or removed or changed in some other way , 4. Note that it was a certain exclusive food or to a supplementary balanced diet, 5 is the specification of the age group, as long as the food for a particular age group is determined, a hint that if the balanced diet can endanger the health of people, not to the diseases, disorders or complaints suffer 6 destined for this balanced diet , 7 Note that the food under medical supervision must be used, 8 a reference to certain precautions or contraindications, if interactions with other materials, in particular with medicines, can occur, 9 an indication that the food may be used not parenterally, if this product to the special diet is suitable.
The words are indicated in paragraphs 4 to 7 to prepend "Important notice" or an equivalent formulation.
(3) balanced diets of sentences 2 to 4 in the traffic may be brought only with the following information in accordance with: 1 the energy value expressed in kilojoules (KJ) and kilocalories (kcal) and the content of proteins, carbohydrates and fats, 2. the average amount of all contained in the foods mineral substance listed in annex 6 and vitamins, 3. the content of components of protein , Carbohydrates and fats and other nutrients and their components, if these are required for the adequate use of the product, 4. information on the osmolality or osmolarity accounted for diets in liquid form and 5. details of the origin and nature of the proteins contained in the product and protein hydrolysates.
In cases of numbers 1 to 3 the data expressed in numerical form have based on 100 grams or 100 millilitres of the food for the placing on the market and a product that even the ready-made preparation needs according to the manufacturer's on 100 grams or 100 millilitres of the product ready for use, to be carried out. Portion packs or mention of serving amounts can also the information in addition paragraphs 1 to 3 based on a meal or be based on a portion. Complementary accounted for diets in the sense of § 1 para 4a set be 3 letter b that paragraphs 1 to 3 is based on the product on the market, if the preparation is not standardized information, but is possible with various foods.
(4) balanced diets may be brought only with an instruction manual on the market, if it is necessary for the proper preparation, use, and storage of the food after opening the prepackage.

section 21a (1) food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction, which are intended to replace of a whole daily ration may be placed no. 1 Professional only with the denomination "Daily diet for weight control" in accordance with § 25 para 1 in the traffic.
(2) food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction, intended to replace of one or more meals in a daily diet, only with the denomination "Meal for weight control" No. 1 may professional will be placed on the market in accordance with § 25 para 1.
(3) food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction may be marketed commercially only in the traffic if the labelling also includes no. 1 the following information in accordance with § 25 para 1 1 the necessary information about the appropriate preparation of the product, linked with reference to the requirement of following those instructions, effect of the product, laxative 2. information about a possible when it comes to use specified by the manufacturer to daily revenue of more than 20 g poly alcohols , and 3. an indication of the need for an adequate daily fluid intake.
(4) food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction may be brought Professional only in the traffic, if the labelling contains no. 1 the following information in accordance with § 25 para 1 1 the calorific value in kilojoules and kilocalories and the protein, carbohydrate and fat content of per specified quantity of the ready-made product and 2. the average amount of the minerals listed in attachment 17 No. 7 and vitamins per specified quantity of the product ready for use.
(5) food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction, which are intended to replace of a whole daily ration may be brought Professional only in the traffic, if the labelling in accordance with § 25 para 1 No. 1 1 indicating that the product contains all the nutrients required for a day in adequate amounts, and 2. a warning that the product without medical advice may be used no more than three weeks , contains.
(6) foods for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction, which are intended to replace of one or more meals of the daily diet, may be brought Professional only in the traffic, if the marking in accordance with § 25 para 1 No. 1 1 information on the percentage of the daily dose of minerals listed in attachment 17 No. 7 and vitamins, as far as in annex 1 to the nutrition labeling regulations are called daily doses , and 2 contains the note that complies with the intended use the product only in the context of a low-calorie diet and other food must be part of this diet.
(7) food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction are not professional allowed in traffic with 1. information about the time required for a potential weight loss or 2. information about the amount of weight loss.
For food pursuant to sentence 1 may be not advertised therein specified.
(8) Article 14a is paragraph 4 apply mutatis mutandis.

Section 22 (1) dietary foods for infants or young children must be specified the quantity of food required for a meal. D-lactic acid food or dl-lactic acid, also of note is required "not for infants in the first three months of life use".
(2) in the case of products according to § 14 para 2 No. 5, excluding malt extract, is 1 to specify the content of Monosaccharides and disaccharides in hundred parts, 2. the note "not use in addition to finished foods for infants and young children" in connection with the designation, 3. further note "only for healthy infants and young children", provided that the content of monosaccharides is more than 5 hundred parts.
(3) in the case of levy in the shipping trade the notes must be sentence 2 and paragraph 2 clearly visible and easily legible attached no. 2 and 3 in the offer lists, when placed in the travel industry on the forms referred to in paragraph 1.

Article 22a (1) Dietetic food intended as infant formula, may; placed on the market only with the denomination of "Infant formulae" If their protein content consists entirely of protein of cow's milk or goat's milk protein, they are allowed only with the denomination of "Infant formula" on the market. Dietary foods intended as a follow-on formulae, may be placed on the market only with the denomination "Follow-on formulae"; If their protein content consists entirely of protein of cow's milk or goat's milk protein, they are allowed only with the denomination "Follow-on milk" in the traffic.
(2) products must be placed after paragraph 1 also in the traffic, if labelling 1. infant formulae and follow-on formulae of a) the necessary information about the intended use of the product, b) instructions for the proper preparation and disposal of product, c) a guide to the proper storage, d) a warning against the harmful effects of inappropriate preparation and storage, e) the indication of physiological energy value expressed in kilojoules and kilocalories , the content of protein, carbohydrate and fat per 100 ml of the product ready for use in numbers and f) providing the average quantity of each mineral substances in plants 10 and 11 and vitamins and, where appropriate, the amount of choline, inositol and carnitine, per 100 ml of the product ready for use in numbers, 2. in infant formula, a) indicating that the product for the particular nutritional use by infants from birth to is , if they are not fed, and b) a clearly visible and known as "important" Note on the superiority of breastfeeding in conjunction with the recommendation that the product only on the advice of independent experts in the field of medicine, food or medicinal, or other for infant and child care of responsible persons to use, 3rd at a follow-on formulae) the cautionary note that suited the product only for particular nutritional use by infants from the age of at least six months that should be only part of a mixed diet and is not as to use substitute for breast milk during the first six months of life, and b) indicating that the decision to begin with the use of complementary foods in general or in exceptional cases during the first six months was taken only on the advice of independent experts in the field of medicine, food or medicinal or other for infant and child care of responsible persons and taking into account the growth and development needs of the individual infant should be, contains.
(3) products may not be referred to in paragraph 1 into circulation, when in the marking 1. infant formulae and follow-on formulae of a) the terms ""maternisiert","adapted"or equal sinnige terms, b humanised",) indicated that discourage from breastfeeding, 2nd in infant formula a) or idealisierende the use of the product other pictures of pictures of babies or texts out of drawings for easy identification of the product, or to the representation of cooking methods , b) other than those in annex 15 used nutrition and health-related claims or c) the data according to annex 15, if the product doesn't meet the requirements laid down for the use of this information, are included.
(4) if in follow-on formulae in addition to numerical data, more information about the vitamins listed in Appendix 16 and minerals are included, these figures as a percentage of the reference values referred to in Appendix 16, must be based on 100 ml of the product ready for use of.

§ 22b (1) foods may be marketed commercially only in the traffic, if labelling in accordance with § 25 para 1 No. 1 1 shall be used for information, from which after the completion of the fourth month of life age the baby foods 2. information on the gluten content or gluten freedom foods, which is intended for infants under six months old, and 3. the necessary information about the preparation of the product , with a note on the importance of following those instructions, contains.
(2) foods may be placed also commercially only in the traffic, if in the labelling in accordance with § 25 para 1 No. 1 1.
which is attached in kilojoules and kilocalories expressed physiological calorific value, the content of protein, carbohydrate and fat per 100 g or 100 ml of the product to the consumer to be and set units of consumption per consumption unit, 2. the average content of mineral substances listed in the systems 19 or 20 for the respective product and vitamins per 100 g or 100 ml of the product to the consumer to be and set units of consumption per consumption unit.
(3) when specifying the nutrients listed in annex 9 which labelling to include no. 2 are not referred to in paragraph 2, foods commercially only in the traffic must be taken if the average content per 100 grams or 100 millilitres of the product to the consumer to be and set units of consumption per consumption unit is specified in the marking.
(4) when you specify of a percentage of the reference value vitamins listed in annex 21 and minerals, foods commercially only in the traffic must be taken if the content of the specified vitamins and minerals is at least 15 per cent of the specified reference values and the content per 100 grams or 100 millilitres of the product to the consumer to be and set consumption units per unit of consumption is specified.

section 23 (1) (dropped out) (2) (dropped out) (3) salt replacement as "Table salt substitute", iodine salt replacement as a "iodine table salt substitute" is to identify. Potassium-containing salt substitute is in addition indicate: 1 the content of potassium in hundred parts of in weight, 2. the warning "when potassium imbalance, especially in renal failure, only after medical consultation use".

§ 24 dietary foods for Natriumempfindliche is to specify use of potassium-containing salt substitutes: 1 the content of potassium in milligrams, referring to 100 grams, for liquids on 100 milliliters of food, 2. the warning "potassium imbalance, especially in renal failure only after medical consultation use,".
-Form of identification and labelling section 25 (1) food prepackaged, which after the food labeling regulations are identified, must the information according to § 13 para 3, § 1 14B par. 5 sentence 2, article 19, paragraph 1, article 21, paragraph 2, article 22, para. 1 and 2, § 22a para of 1 and 2 No. 1 and 2, as well as sections 23 and 24 prominently, 2. According to article 17, paragraph 1 and article 21, paragraph 3, sentence 1 No. 5 in conjunction with the specification of the substance in which according to § 3 para 1 No. 3 of the food labeling regulations prescribed list of ingredients, 3. the information according to § 18, § 21 para 2 sentence 1 No. 1, 3, and 4 in conjunction with the according to § 3 para 1 No. 1 of the food labeling regulations prescribed name be attached. Providing may be according to section 22 para 1 sentence 1 relocate the prepackage if this particularly is advised. In addition, § 3 para 3 sentence 1 of the food labeling regulations shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(2) the information no. 1 to 4 and the sentences 2 to 4 and paragraph 4 can be made enclosed recording according to article 21, paragraph 3, sentence 1 in the prepackage, if indicated on the prepackage prominently on this.
(3) in the case of foods that are handed in prepackages within the meaning of § 1 para 2 the food labeling regulations or loosely to the consumer, the information must be made (1) and § 24 signs according to § 13 para 3, § 17 para 2, §§ 18 and 19, which are clearly visible to install or to set up on or next to the product for the consumer. Restaurants, catering facilities, as well as traders, insofar as they apply food consumption within their premises, are of the same consumers.
(4) in the case of foods that are not emitted in prepackaged for consumption on the spot, the information according to § 17 para 2, as well as the section comply with § 18 and 19 paragraph 1. With regard to the manner in which the identification, section 9 of the food additive approval Regulation shall apply accordingly.

§ 25A (1) applies the advertising section 22 a paragraph 2 No. 1 (a) and no. 2 (b) and paragraph 3 Nos. 1 and 2 accordingly.
(2) Furthermore, it is forbidden to run advertising for infant formula, which appears 1 in other than scientific or dedicated to the infant care publications, other than factual and scientific information contains 2; they must not give the impression or indicate that breast milk bottle-feeding is equivalent or superior to, or 3 that was consumer by distribution of samples, tax of free or discounted products or other additional purchase incentives, directly or indirectly, stimulates's institutions working in health care or persons to purchase.
(3) written or audiovisual material about the nutrition of infants, which aimed at pregnant women and mothers of infants and young children for information and education purposes and indirectly serves the advertising of infant formulae or follow-on formulae, may be distributed only if there is clear information about 1 the benefits and the advantages of breastfeeding, 2. the diet of the mother, as well as the preparation for breastfeeding and ways for the continuation of breastfeeding , 3. the possible negative impact of the extra bottle feeding on breastfeeding, 4. the difficulty, the decision not to breastfeed, undo, 5. If necessary, the proper use of infant formulae.
(4) if the material within the meaning of paragraph 3 contains information on the use of infant formulae, it may be distributed only in, if there is information on the social and financial implications of this use, as well as the exposure of health through the use of foods appropriate rather than infant formula, inappropriate feeding methods and improper use of infant formulae.
(5) it is be forbidden to distribute material within the meaning of paragraph 3, in or on the images used, which use is idealized by infant formula.
(6) it is forbidden, for free manufacturers and distributors of infant formulae and follow-on formulae items for information and education purposes, which indirectly serve advertising of infant formulae or follow-on formulae to distribute. This does not apply if these items at the request of institutions working in health care are given. In this case, these items with trademarks for infant formulae or follow-on formulae may bear. The additional requirements for the distribution are based on State law.
Fifth section offences and offences article 26 (1) according to article 58, paragraph 1 No. 18, paragraph 4 to 6 of the food and feed code is punished who intentionally or negligently 1 contrary to § 7a or § 7 para 1 sentence 1 uses a fabric or sets, 2. a) (lapsed) b) (lapsed) c) contrary to section 13, paragraph 1, sentence 1 dietary foods for Natriumempfindliche, d) dietary foods for infants or toddlers , the § 14 para 2 designated requirements do not correspond to in, e) contrary to § 14a para 1 or 2 food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction, f) contrary to section 14 (b) 2 or 3 balanced diets, g) contrary to § 14 c para 1, 2 sentence 1 or paragraph 3 set 1 infant formula, h) contrary to section 14 c paragraph 1, 4 sentence 1 or paragraph 5 sentence 1 follow-on formulae or i) violates article 14 d, par. 2 , 3, 4 or 5 Professional manufactures baby foods or brings into circulation, 3. foods of for general consumption which do not comply with the requirements of § 14 paragraph 2 in conjunction with article 2, paragraph 2, sentence 2, with a note that they are suitable for infants or toddlers, professional brings into circulation or 3a.
(lapsed)
4. violates article 22b paragraph 1 No. 2 foods Professional on the market brings.
(2) according to article 59, paragraph 1 No. 21 is a letter (a) of the food and feed law punished, who not, not properly or in a timely manner will refund 1. indicator after § 4 a para 1 sentence 1, 2. an enforceable order according to § 4 is contrary to a paragraph 6, table salt replacement, other dietary foods with the addition of iodine compounds or dietary foods which are intended to be used as a balanced diet jodierten 3. , manufactures without permission according to § 11 para 1 sentence 1 or 4 foods without the after a) (lapsed) b) (lapsed) c) (lapsed) d) (lapsed) e) § 21A § 3 No. 3 or paragraph 5 No. 2, f) section 22 paragraph 1 sentence 2, para. 2 No. 2 or 3 or paragraph 3, also in conjunction with section 2 paragraph 2 sentence 2, g) § 22 a paragraph 2 No. 1 letter d or no. 3 2(a) , h) section 23, paragraph 3, sentence 2 No. 2 or i) § 24 No. 2 prescribed warning professional brings in the traffic.
(3) according to article 59, paragraph 1 No. 21 letter (a) of the food and feed law book is who in the commercial manufacture of foods, which are intended to be, installed additives which in paragraph 6 sentence 3, the market punished, section 7 subsection 1 sentence 3 in conjunction with Annex 2 or § 9 para 1 sentence 2, para 2 sentence 2 or paragraph 3 set 2 fixed ceilings beyond used.
(4) according to article 59, paragraph 1 No. 21 letter (a) of the food and feed code is punished who brings Dietetic food professional in the traffic where a content of additives or other substances to nutritional or Dietetic purposes contrary to section 17, subsection 1, sentence 1 or paragraph 2, § 18 sentence 1 or § 25 or not in the prescribed manner is identified.
(5) according to article 59, paragraph 1 No. 21 letter (a) of the food and feed law will be punished, who uses 1 violates article 2 para 1 in traffic with or in advertising for foodstuffs for normal consumption illegal names, information or put up, 2. a) contrary to section 2 (4) where alcoholic beverages referred to as dietary foods or a reference to a particular nutritional purpose, b) contrary to section 7 para 2 food with an addition of additives of annex 2 below the specified minimum quantities , c) (lapsed) d) foods that do not meet requirements of § 13 para 1 sentence 2 or paragraph 2 therein marked, e) foods that are labeled contrary to § 13 para 3 or § 14 b paragraph 5 sentence 2, also in conjunction with section 25, or not in the prescribed manner, f) contrary to section 21 para 2 brings balanced diets without the information required in the transport , g) contrary to section 21a, para 1, 2 or 6 No. 2 or paragraph 7 sentence 1 food for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction or h) contrary to § 22a para 1, 2 No. Professional brings a dietary supplement 2, 3 point (b), or paragraph 3 into circulation or advertising operates 3. contrary to section 21a, paragraph 7, sentence 2.
(6) Whoever negligently commits an act referred to in the paragraphs 2 to 5, any person acts according to article 60 par. 1 of the food and feed law.
(7) any person within the meaning of § 60 para 2 No. 26 letter (a) of the food and feed law book who intentionally or negligently 1 is, contrary to a) § 19 ABS. 1, b) article 21, paragraph 3, sentence 1 or paragraph 4, c) § 21A § 3 No. 1 or 2, para of 4, 5 No. 1 or par. 6 No. 1, d) § 22a par. 2 No. 1(a) , b, e, or f, or e) section 22 a dietary food professional in the traffic brings b paragraph 1 No. 1 or 3 or 2 or 2. contrary to section 22 b of paragraph 3 or 4 foods Professional on the market brings, 3. contrary to section 25a paragraph 2 No. 1 or 2 advertisement runs, 4. contrary to section 25a paragraph 2 No. 3, para. 3, 4, 5 or 6 sentence 1 shared an object or material.
(8) any person within the meaning of section 60 paragraph 2 No. 26 point (b) of the food and feed law book is who intentionally or negligently violates article 4 para 1, § 14a para. 3 or § 22a para 2 No. 1 there called a food professional brings letter c in the traffic.
Sixth section final provisions article 27 the provisions of the regulation of butter and honey regulation remain unaffected. The provisions of other regulations on the manufacture and the placing on the market of foods affect insofar as the regulations do not conflict with this regulation.

section 27a (lapsed) - section 28 (dropped out) - section 28 (1) products which comply with this regulation in the version applicable up to 31 December 2007, are allowed until December 31, 2009 in the traffic.
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 products within the meaning of § may correspond to 14 b para 6, this regulation in the version applicable up to 31 December 2007, brought up to December 31, 2011, the market will be.
(3) until the expiry of the August 14, 2008 products may according to the force until February 14, 2008 regulations into circulation for the first time be placed and further put into circulation until the reduction of in inventories.
(4) Dietetic food for diabetics, which comply with this regulation in the version applicable up to October 8, 2010, may be brought until October 9, 2012 in traffic. After expiry of the transitional period can the corresponding to this regulation not Dietetic food for diabetics from be sold until their date of minimum durability.

§ 29 (dropped out) Appendix 1 (dropped out) - Annex 1a (dropped out) - Appendix 2 (§ 7 para 1, sections 7a and 7B) additives and other substances which may be added to foods for nutritional or Dietetic purposes (site: BGBl. I, 2005, 1177-1183; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) fabric use ceilings (except for balanced diets 1)) minimum amounts (except for balanced diets 1)) category 1 vitamins vitamin A - retinol - retinyl - retinyl palmitate a) dietary foods , which is intended for use as a meal or in place of a meal, or as a daily ration for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction, up to 0.9 milligrams per meal and up to 1.8 milligrams per day ration, expressed as retinol b) margarine and mixed fatty products up to 10 milligrams per kilogram, c expressed as retinol) in addition formulae intended for pregnant women and nursing mothers , no more than 1.1 milligrams based on the amount of daily consumption, expressed as retinol c) if additional formulae intended for pregnant women and nursing mothers, at least 0.3 milligrams based on the amount of daily consumption, d calculated as retinol) (lapsed) e) (lapsed) - beta carotene *) vitamin D - Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) - vitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol) a) dietetic foods intended for use as a meal or in place of a meal, or as a daily ration for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction , insgesamt bis zu 1,6 Mikrogramm pro Mahlzeit und bis zu 5 Mikrogramm pro Tagesration, berechnet als Calciferol
b)
bei Margarine- und Mischfetterzeugnissen insgesamt bis zu 25 Mikrogramm pro Kilogramm, berechnet als Calciferol
c)
(weggefallen)
 
Vitamin E
 
 
 
- D-alpha-Tocopherol *)
- DL-alpha-Tocopherol *)
- D-alpha-Tocopherylacetat
- DL-alpha-Tocopherylacetat
 
 
 
D-alpha-Tocopherylsäuresuccinat
 
 
 
Vitamin K
 
 
 
- Phylloquinon *)
 
 
 
(Phytomenadion *))
 
 
 
Vitamin B1
 
 
 
- Thiaminhydrochlorid
 
 
 
- Thiaminmononitrat
 
 
 
Vitamin B2
 
 
 
- Riboflavin *)
 
 
 
- Riboflavin-5'-phosphat, Natrium
 
 
 
Niacin
 
 
 
- Nicotinsäure
 
 
 
- Nicotinamid
 
 
 
Pantothensäure
 
 
 
- Calcium-Dpantothenat
 
 
 
- Natrium-Dpantothenat
 
 
 
- D-Panthenol *)
 
 
 
Vitamin B6
 
 
 
- Pyridoxinhydrochlorid
 
 
 
- Pyridoxin-5'-phosphat - Pyridoxindipalmitat
 
 
 
Folate
 
 
 
- Calcium-L-methylfolat
 
 
 
- Vitamin B9 *) (Pteroylglutaminsäure *))
 
 
 
Vitamin B12
 
 
 
- Cyanocob Alamin *)-Hydroxocobalamin biotin - D-biotin *) vitamin C - L-Ascorbic acid *) sodium L ascorbate - calcium-L ascorbate - potassium L ascorbate - L-ASCORBYL-6-palmitat category 2 minerals calcium - calcium carbonate - calcium chloride - calcium salts of citric acid - Calcium Gluconate - calcium Glycerophosphate - calcium - lactate calcium salts of orthophosphoric acid - calcium hydroxide - calcium oxide - calcium sulphate magnesium - magnesium acetate - magnesium Laspartat glycerophosphat only for balanced diets - magnesium carbonate - magnesium chloride - citric acid magnesium salts - magnesium gluconate - magnesium - magnesium salts of orthophosphoric acid - Magnesiumlactat - I - magnesium oxide - magnesium hydroxide magnesium sulfate iron - ferrous carbonate
 
 
 
-Ferric citrate - ferric ammonium citrate - ferrous fumarate - ferrous lactate - ferrous gluconate - ferrous Bisglycinate - iron sodium diphosphate - Eisendiphosphat (Eisenpyrophosphat) - iron Saccharate - iron sulphate - elemental iron (Carbonyl + electrolytic + hydrogen reduced) copper - copper carbonate - copper citrate - copper gluconate - copper sulfate - copper lysine complex iodine - potassium iodide - potassium Iodate - iodide of sodium - sodium Iodate in iodized salt substitute only the potassium compounds may be used.
a) in the case of foods, for use as a meal or at point a) (lapsed) as a meal or day - meal or intended place a ration for overweight and formulated form of powder, granules or ready to drink offered, more than the daily allowance, meal calculated by reference to 300 micrograms as iodine or intended as a daily diet for overweight and formulated form as powder , Granules or ready to drink offered at least 130 micrograms, calculated based on the amount of daily consumption, as iodine b) (lapsed) b) (lapsed) c) (lapsed) c) for grain based on food for infants or toddlers at least 100 micrograms per kilogram of the product ready for use, expressed as iodine d) iodized table salt replacement not more than 25 milligrams of iodine per kilogram jodierter salt replacement d) iodinated salt replacement at least 15 mg iodine per kg jodierter salt replacement zinc - zinc acetate - zinc carbonate - zinc chloride - zinc citrate - zinc gluconate - Zinklactat - zinc oxide - zinc sulphate manganese - manganese carbonate - manganese chloride - manganese citrate - gluconate Manganglycerophosphat - manganese sulphate sodium - sodium bicarbonate - sodium carbonate - sodium chloride *) - - sodium gluconate - sodium lactate sodium citrate - sodium hydroxide - sodium salts of
 
 
 
Orthophosphoric acid potassium - potassium bicarbonate - potassium carbonate - potassium chloride - potassium citrate - potassium - gluconate potassium Glycerophosphate - - potassium lactate - potassium salts of orthophosphoric acid potassium hydroxide selenium - sodium selenate - sodium hydrogen Selenite - sodium Selenite chromium (III) and hexahydrate - Chrom(iii)chlorid - Chrom(iii)sulfat molybdenum (VI) - ammonium molybdate - sodium molybdate fluoride - potassium fluoride - sodium fluoride category 3 amino acids L-alanine - L-arginine - L aspartic acid only for balanced diets - L-Citrulline only for balanced diets - L-cysteine - L-cystine - L-Histidine L-glutamic acid - glutamine - glycine only for balanced diets L-Isoleucine - L-Leucine - L-lysine L-lysine acetate L methionine L-ornithine -. L-phenylalanine L-PROLINE just for balanced diets - L-serine only for balanced diets-L-threonine, - L-tryptophan - L-tyrosine - L-Valine - L-arginine-L-aspartate for balanced diets L lysine L-aspartate for balanced diets - L lysine L-glutamate only for balanced diets - N-acetyl-L-cysteine only for balanced diets - N-acetyl-L-methionine for balanced diets, are for people who older than 1 year, determined at approved amino acids also the sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium salts and their hydrochloride can be used.
 
 
 
Category 4 carnitine and taurine - L-carnitine *) - L-Carnitinhydrochlorid - L carnitine L tartrate - taurine category 5 nucleotides - adenosine-5' - phosphoric acid (AMP) - sodium salts of AMP - Cytidine 5' - phosphoric acids (CMP) - sodium salts of CMP - Guanosine 5 'phosphoric acid (GMP) - sodium salts of GMP - Inosine-5' - phosphoric acid (IMP) - sodium salts of IMP - uridine 5' - phosphoric acid (UMP) - sodium salts of UMP category 6 choline and inositol - choline *) - choline chloride - Cholincitrat - Cholintartrat - inositol other substances - agar - locust bean gum - guar gum for dietetic foods intended for use as a meal or in place of a meal, or as a daily ration for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction up to 30 grams per kilogram of the product ready for use, including the amounts used if necessary for technological - pectin - amidiertes pectin dietary foods, for use as a meal or in place of a meal, or as a daily ration for energy-restricted diets for weight reduction are up to 50 grams per kilogram of the product ready for use, including the amounts used if necessary for technological - locust bean gum - guar gum, pectin amidiertes pectin - lecithin for food , suitable for the treatment of infant dyspepsia total up to 10 grams per kilogram of the product ready for use 1) the maximum and minimum amounts of substances used for balanced diets are based on the by § 14 b-quantity limits laid down in connection with annex 6.
) The marked materials are no additives.

Annex 3 (to section 9) for Dietetic food as a salt substitute approved additives site of the original text: BGBl I 2005, 1184 1.
The compounds of potassium, calcium and magnesium with adipic acid, Succinic acid, glutamic acid, carbonic acid, lactic acid, hydrochloric acid, tartaric acid and citric acid; Mono potassium phosphate; Adipic acid; Glutamic acid;
2. potassium sulphate;
3. the Cholinsalze of acetic acid, carbon dioxide, lactic acid, hydrochloric acid, tartaric acid, and citric acid.
4. Kaliumguanylat and Kaliuminosinat.

Annex 4 (to § 11a) official certificate for the introduction of iodized salt substitute, by other foods with the addition of iodine compounds or dietary foods intended for use as a balanced diet (site of the original text: BGBl I 2005, 1185) country of origin:...
Issuing authority:...
(I). The identification of the goods: type of product:...
Name of product:...
Number of pieces in the show:...
Quantity of the goods by weight:...
Identification of consignment:...
II. origin of the goods: the name and address of the production company:...
Name and address of the sender:...
III. provision of goods: name and address of consignee:...
The goods will be sent by:...
(Versandort)
nach: ............................................
(Place of destination)
IV. attestation the undersigned authority certifies *): a) that referred to above salt replacement using was manufactured by potassium - or sodium Iodate and contains at least 15 mg, iodine but not more than 25 milligrams per kilogram of iodised table salt, including a natural iodine content, b) that produced the above described food with an addition of iodine compounds listed in annex 2 diet regulation and not below the minimum amounts laid down in annex 2 and quantitative limits are not exceeded , c) that the above referred to food that is intended for use as a balanced diet, the provisions of § 14b diet regulation corresponds to.
.......................... .....................
(Place and date) (Official seal) (Zuständige Behörde) - *) Please delete as appropriate.

Annex 5 (dropped out) - Annex 6 (to § 14 b) minimum and maximum quantities of minerals, trace elements and vitamins in balanced diets, based on the ready product (site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1186; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) infants other than infants minimum quantity based on 100 KJ maximum relative to 100 KJ minimum quantity related to 100 kcal maximum on 100 kcal minimum quantity based on 100 KJ maximum based on 100 KJ minimum quantity relative to 100 kcal level based on 100 kcal
Vitamins vitamin A (myg RE) 14 43 60 180 8.4 43 35 180 vitamin D (reisam) 0.25 0.75 1 3 0.12 0.65 / 0.5 2.5/3 0.75 1) 1) vitamin K (myg) 1 5 4 20 0.85 5 3.5 20 vitamin C (mg) 1.9 6 8 25 0.54 5.25 2.25 22 thiamine (mg) 0.01 0.075 0.04 0.3 0.015 0.12 0.06 0.5 riboflavin (mg) 0.014 0.1 0.06 0.45 0.02 0.12 0.08 0.5 vitamin B6 (mg) 0.009 0.075 0.035 0.3 0.02 0.12 0.08
0.5 niacin (mg NE) 0.2 0.75 0.8 3 0.22 0.75 0.9 3 folic acid (myg) 1 6 4 25 2.5 12.5 10 50 vitamin B12 (reisam) 0.025 0.12 0.1 0.5 0.017 0.17 0.07 0.7 Pantothenic acid (mg) 0.07 0.5 0.3 2 0.35 0.35 0.15 1.5 biotin (reisam) 0.4 5 1.5 20 0.18 1.8 0.75 7.5 vitamin E (mg alpha-TE) 0,5/g 0.75 0.5/g 3 0.5 / g 0.75 0.5/g 3 poly-unsaturated Fettsäauren , expressed as linoleic acid, not less than 0,1 mg per 100 usable poly-unsaturated Fettsäauren, expressed as linoleic acid, not less than 0,1 mg per 100 usable poly-unsaturated Fettsäauren, expressed as linoleic acid, not less than 0,1 mg per 100 usable poly-unsaturated Fettsäauren, expressed as linoleic acid, not less than 0,1 mg per 100 usable KJ kcal KJ kcal minerals sodium (mg) 5 14 20 60 7.2 42 30 175 chloride (mg) 12 29 50 125 7.2 42
30
175
Kalium (mg)
15
35
60
145
19
70
80
295
Calcium (mg)
12
60
50
250
8,4/
42/
35/
175/
 
 
 
 
 
12 1)
60 1)
50 1) 250 1)
 
Phosphor (mg)
6 2)
22 2)
25 2) 90 2)
7,2
19
30
80
 
Magnesium (mg)
1,2
3,6
5
15
1,8
6
7,5
25
Eisen (mg)
0,12
0,5
0,5
2
0,12
0,5
0,5
2
Zink (mg)
0,12
0,6
0,5
2,4
0,12
0,36
0,5
1,5
Kupfer (myg)
4,8
29
20
120
15 125 60 500 iodine (reisam) 1.2 8.4 5 35 1.55 8.4 6.5 35 selenium (reisam) 0.25 0.7 1 3 0.6 2.5 2.5 10 manganese (reisam) 0.25 25 1 100 12-120 50 500 chrome (reisam) 2.5 10 0.3 3.6 1.25 5 molybdenum (reisam) 2.5 10 0.72 4.3 3.5 18 fluoride (mg) 0.05 0.2 0.05 0.2 1) for products intended for children aged 1 to 10.
(2) the calcium/phosphorus ratio shall be not less than 1.2 and not more than 2.0.

Annex 7 (dropped out) - Annex 8 (to § 4a section 1) (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2005, 1187; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) 2. cereal-based foods and baby foods for infants and young children groups of foodstuffs for which individual provisions be taken 1. infant formulae and follow-on formulae 3. foods with low or reduced energy value for weight monitoring 4. foods for special medical purposes (balanced diets) 5 sodium arms foods including dietary salts , which exhibit low-sodium or sodium-free foods are 7 foods for intense muscular effort, especially for sports 8 6 gluten-free food for people who suffer from a disorder of glucose metabolism (diabetic)
Annex 9 (to article 7, paragraph 1 No. 2, § 7b, § 14 c para 1, § 14 d para 2, § 22b para 3) (site: BGBl. I, 2005, 1188-1190; regarding the details of the changes cf. footnote) 1. vitamins vitamin vitamin compound to use unapproved vitamin A retinyl retinyl palmitate beta-carotene infant formulae and follow-on formulae retinol vitamin D vitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol) Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) vitamin B1 thiamine thiamin nitrate vitamin B2 riboflavin riboflavin-5' - phosphate - sodium niacin and Nicotinic Acid amid Nicotinic acid vitamin B6 pyridoxine hydrochloride pyridoxine-5'-phosphate Pyridoxinpalmitat infant formulae and follow-on formulae folic acid folate Pantothenic acid calcium-D-pantothenate
 
 
Sodium-D-pantothenate Dexpanthenol vitamin B12 cyanocobalamin Hydroxocobalamin biotin D-biotin vitamin C L-Ascorbic acid sodium L-ascorbate calcium L-ascorbate 6-Palmitoyl-L Ascorbic acid (L ASCORBYL PALMITATE) Kaliumascorbat vitamin E D-alpha tocopherol DL-alpha tocopherol D-Alpha-tocopherylacetat DL-Alpha-tocopherylacetat vitamin K PHYLLOQUINONE (Vitamin K1) 2. minerals minerals mineral substances to use unapproved for calcium (CA) calcium carbonate calcium chloride calcium citrate Calcium Gluconate calcium Glycerophosphate calcium lactate calcium calcium oxide infant formulae and follow-on formulae calcium hydroxide magnesium (mg) magnesium carbonate magnesium chloride Magnesiumlactat infant formulae and follow-on formulae Magnesiumorthophosphate magnesium oxide magnesium sulphate magnesium gluconate Magnesiumglycerophosphat
Infant formulae and follow-on formulae magnesium hydroxide magnesium citrate iron (Fe) elemental iron infant formula and follow-on formula iron II bisglycinate processed iron II carbonate infant formulae and follow-on formulae iron II citrate iron II gluconate iron II lactate iron II sulfate iron-II-ammonium citrate iron II fumarate of iron III diphosphate iron III saccharate infant formulae and follow-on formulae iron sodium diphosphate infant formulae and follow-on formulae of copper (CU) copper citrate, copper gluconate cupric sulphate copper-lysine complex cupric carbonate iodine (I) potassium iodide sodium iodide potassium Iodate, sodium Iodate infant formulae and follow-on formulae zinc (Zn) zinc acetate zinc chloride Zinklactat zinc sulphate zinc citrate zinc gluconate zinc oxide manganese (MN) manganese II carbonate manganese (II) chloride manganese II citrate manganese II sulfate, manganese II gluconate
 
Mangan-II-glycerophosphat infant formulae and follow-on formulae sodium (NA) sodium bicarbonate-based foods sodium chloride sodium citrate sodium gluconate sodium carbonate sodium lactate Natriumorthophosphate sodium hydroxide potassium (K) potassium bicarbonate foods potassium carbonate foods potassium chloride potassium citrate potassium gluconate potassium Glycerophosphate infant formulae and follow-on formulae potassium lactate Kaliumorthophosphate foods potassium hydroxide foods selenium (SE) sodium selenate foods sodium Selenite 3. amino acids and their compounds, as well as other nitrogen compounds fabric not to use approved L-arginine and its hydrochloride infant formulae and Folgenahrung1) L-cystine and its hydrochloride L-Histidine and its hydrochloride, L-Isoleucine and its hydrochloride L-Leucine and its L-lysine hydrochloride and its hydrochloride
 
L-Cystein and its hydrochloride L-methionine L-phenylalanine L-threonine L-tryptophan L-tyrosine, L-Valine, L-carnitine and be hydrochloride L carnitine L-tartrate foods taurine foods Cytidine 5'-monophosphate and its sodium salt foods uridine-5'-monophosphate and its sodium salt foods adenosine-5'-monophosphate and its sodium salt foods Guanosine-5'-monophosphate and its sodium salt foods Inosine-5'-monophosphate and be sodium salt foods 4. other substances choline choline chloride Cholincitrate Cholintartrate inositol 1) only for the production of infant formula in the sense of section 14 c, L-arginine and its hydrochloride paragraph 3 may set 1 number 2 and follow-on formulae in the meaning of § 14 c paragraph 5 Set 1 of diet regulation are used.

Annex 10 (to § 14c para 2 and 3 and § 22a para 2 No. 1 letter f) essential composition of infant formulae after preparation according to the manufacturer's (reference: BGBl. I, 2007, 3267-3271; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) the specified values refer to the product placed ready on the market or prepared according to the instructions of the manufacturer.
1 condensing minimum maximum 250 kJ/100 ml (60 kcal / 100 ml) 295 kJ/100 ml (70 kcal / 100 ml) 2 egg whites only, the following sources of protein may be used (protein content = nitrogen content x 6,25).
(2.1 infant formulae based on protein of cow's milk or goat's milk protein mindestens1) maximum 0,45 g/100 kJ (1,8 g/100 kcal) 0,7 g / 100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal) 2.2 infant formulae based on protein hydrolysates mindestens2) maximum 0,45 g / 100 kJ (1,8 g/100 kcal) 0,7 g / 100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal) the L Carnitines must at least 0.3 mg / 100 kJ (1,2 mg / 100 kcal) amount.
2.3 infant formulae from soya protein isolates, alone or in a mixture with protein of cow's milk or goat's milk proteins minimum maximum 0,56 g/100 kJ (2,25 g/100 kcal) 0,7 g / 100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal) only protein isolates from soya be used in manufacturing these formulae.
The L-carnitine content must be at least 0.3 mg / 100 kJ (1,2 mg / 100 kcal) amount.
To paragraphs 2.1 to 2.3: For an equal energy value the infant formula must contain each indispensable and conditionally indispensable amino acid at least the same amount as the reference protein (breast milk in accordance with annex 12). In this calculation, the methionine - and Cystingehalt can however be added together if the methionine cystine ratio is not greater than 2: 1; of phenylalanine and tyrosine levels can be summed up as long as the ratio to phenylalanine-tyrosine is not greater than 2: 1. The ratio of methionine cystine may be greater than 2: 1, however not more than 3: 1 provided, the suitability of the product for the special nutritional needs of infants was demonstrated by appropriate studies, performed following generally accepted recommendations by experts for the design and conduct of such studies.
The addition of amino acids just to improve the nutritional value of the proteins, and only in the necessary quantities is 2.4 amino acids in all cases.
3. taurine if added to taurine infant formulae, may the amount of taurine shall not be greater than 2,9 mg / 100 kJ (12 mg / 100 kcal) be.
4. choline minimum maximum 1,7 mg/100 kJ (7 mg / 100 kcal) 12 mg / 100 kJ (50 mg / 100 kcal) 5 fat minimum maximum 1.05 g/100 kJ (4,4 g/100 kcal) 1,4 g / 100 kJ (6.0 g/100 kcal) 5.1 the use of the following ingredients is prohibited: - sesame - seed oil.
5.2 lauric acid and myristic acid minimum maximum - separately or as a whole: 20% of the total fat content 5.3 the content of trans fatty acids should not be over 3% of the total fat content.
5.4 the erucic acid content shall be not more than 1% of the total fat content.
5.5 linoleic acid (in the form of glycerides = Linoleates) minimum maximum 70 mg / 100 kJ (300 mg / 100 kcal) 285 mg / 100 kJ (1 200 mg / 100 kcal) 5.6 the alpha-linolenic acid content must be less than 12 mg / 100 kJ (50 mg / 100 kcal) amount. The ratio of linoleic acid to alpha-linolenic acid must be at least 5: 1, and must be no more than 15: 1.
5.7 long (20 and 22 carbon atoms), multiple unsaturated fatty acids can be added. In this case, their share of the total fat content – for long-chain, polyunsaturated n-3 fatty acids may not exceed 1% and - when long-chain, polyunsaturated n-6 fatty acids not more than 2% (for arachidonic acid not more than 1% (20: 4 n-6)) be.
The Eicosapentaenoic Acid (20: 5 n-3) content shall not exceed Docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3) content.
The Docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3) content shall not exceed that of n-6 fats.
6. phospholipids the amount of phospholipids in infant formulae shall be not more than 2 g / l.
7 inositol at least not more than 1 mg / 100 kJ (4 mg / 100 kcal) 10 mg / 100 kJ (40 mg / 100 kcal) 8 Kohlenhydate at least not exceeding 2,2 g/100 kJ (9 g/100 kcal) 3,4 g / 100 kJ (14 g/100 kcal) 8.1 only the following carbohydrates may be used: - lactose, - maltose, - sucrose, glucose, maltodextrin, - glucose syrup or dried glucose syrup, - pre-cooked starch by nature from gluten-free , - gelatinized starch naturally free of gluten.
8.2 lactose minimum maximum 1,1 g/100 kJ (4,5 g/100 kcal)-the provision does not apply to infant formulae in which the proportion of soy protein isolates is more than 50% of the total protein content.
Sucrose may only be added to 8.3 sucrose infant formulae manufactured from protein hydrolysates.
Sucrose added to, their content shall not exceed 20% of the total carbohydrate content.
Glucose may only be added to 8.4 glucose infant formulae manufactured from protein hydrolysates. Is glucose added, may your content 0,5 g / 100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal) not exceed.
8.5 pre-cooked starch and/or gelatinized starch minimum maximum - 2 g / 100 ml, and 30% of the total carbohydrate content of 9. Fructo-oligosaccharides and galacto-oligosaccharides
Fructo-oligosaccharides and galacto-oligosaccharides may be added to infant formulae. In this case their share may not exceed: 0,8 g/100 ml in a combination of 90% Oligogalactosyl-lactose and 10% high molecular weight Oligofructosyl-saccharose.
Other combinations and maximum levels of Fructo-oligosaccharides and galacto-oligosaccharides can be used paragraph 2 letter a in accordance with § 14 c.
10 mineral substances 10.1 infant formulae from cow's milk proteins or goat's milk proteins or protein hydrolysates per 100 kJ per 100 kcal minimum maximum minimum maximum sodium (mg) 5 14 20 60 potassium (mg) 15 38 60 160 chloride (mg) 12 38 50 160 calcium (mg) 12 33 50 140 phosphorus (mg) 6 22 25 90 magnesium (mg) 1,2 3,6 5 15 iron (mg) 0.07 0.3 0.3 1.3 zinc (mg) 0,12 0,36 0.5 1.5 copper (µg) 8.4 25 35 100 iodine (µg) 2.5 12 10 50
Selenium (µg) 0.25 2.2 1 9 manganese (µg) 0.25 25 the ratio of calcium to phosphorus in infant formula 1 100 fluoride (mcg) - 25-100 at least 1: 1 and not more than 2: 1 10.2 infant formulae from soy protein isolates, pur, or in a mixture with protein of cow's milk or goat's milk proteins all requirements from number 10.1 with the exception of requirements for iron and phosphorus, which are as follows shall apply : per 100 kJ per 100 kcal minimum maximum minimum maximum iron (mg) 0,12 0.5 0.45 2 phosphorus (mg) 7.5 25 30 100 11 vitamins per 100 kJ per 100 kcal minimum maximum minimum maximum vitamin A (μg RE) 1) 14 43 60 180 vitamin D (µg) 2) 0,25 0,65 1 2,5 thiamin (μg) 14 72 60 300 riboflavin (μg) 19 95 80 400 niacin (µg) 3) 72 375 300 1 500 Pantothenic acid (µg) 95 475 400 2 000 vitamin B6 (μg)
 9 42 35 175 biotin (µg) 0.4 1.8 1.5 7.5 folic acid (µg) 2.5 12 10 50 vitamin B12 (µg) 0.025 0.12 0.1 0.5 vitamin C (mg) 2.5 7.5 10 30 vitamin K (µg) 1 6 4 25 vitamin E (mg α-TE) 4) 0,5/g polyunsaturated fatty acids as linoleic acid expressed, corrected for the number of Crosslinks dungen5), definitely not less than 0.1 mg / 100 available kJ 1.2 0,5/g polyunsaturated fatty acids , expressed as linoleic acid, corrected the number of Crosslinks dungen5), definitely not but less than 0,5 mg per 100 available kcal 5 1) RE = all trans Retinoläquivalent.
2) in the form of Cholecalciferol, of which 10 μg = 400 I.U. of vitamin D. 3) preformed niacin.
(4) α-TE = d-α Tocopheroläquivalent.
5) 0,5 mg α-TE/1 g linoleic acid (18: 2 n-6); 0,75 mg α-TE/1 g α-linolenic acid (18: 3 n-3); 1,0 mg α-TE/1 g arachidonic acid (20: 4 n-6); 1,25 mg α-TE/1 g Eicosapentaenoic Acid (20: 5 n-3); 1,5 mg α-TE/1 g Docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3).
12 nucleotides following nucleotides may be used: Höchstwert1) (mg / 100 kJ) (mg/100 kcal) Cytidine-5 ´ monophosphate 0.60 2.50 uridine-5 ´ monophosphate 0.42 1.75 adenosine-5 monophosphate ´ 0.36 1.50 Guanosine-5 ´ monophosphate 0.12 0.50 Inosine-5 ´ monophosphate 0.24 1.00 1) the total concentration of nucleotides shall 1,2 mg / 100 kJ (5 mg / 100 kcal) not exceed.
(1) for the cow's milk proteins or goat's milk proteins with a protein content between the minimum and 0,5 g / 100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal) manufactured infant formulae must comply with the requirements of § 14 c para 3.
(2) from protein hydrolysates with a protein content between the minimum and 0,56 g / 100 kJ (2,25 g/100 kcal) manufactured infant formulae must comply with the requirements of § 14 c para 3.
Footnote No. 8 Annex 10 existing. Italics: Annex 11 should really loud "carbohydrates" (to § 14c paragraph 4 and 5 and § 22a para 2 No. 1 letter f) essential composition of follow-on formulae after preparation according to the manufacturer's (reference: BGBl. I, 2007, 3271-3274; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) the specified values refer to the product placed ready on the market or prepared according to the instructions of the manufacturer.
1 condensing minimum maximum 250 kJ/100 ml (60 kcal / 100 ml) 295 kJ/100 ml (70 kcal / 100 ml) 2 egg whites only, the following sources of protein may be used (protein content = nitrogen content x 6,25).
2.1 follow-on formulae based on protein of cow's milk or goat's milk proteins minimum maximum 0,45 g/100 kJ (1,8 g/100 kcal) 0,8 g / 100 kJ (3,5 g/100 kcal) 2.2 follow-on formulae based on protein hydrolysates mindestens1 maximum 0,45 g/100 kJ (1,8 g/100 kcal) 0,8 g / 100 kJ (3,5 g/100 kcal) 2.3 follow-on formulae from soya protein isolates, alone or in a mixture with protein of cow's milk or goat's milk proteins minimum maximum 0,56 g/100 kJ (2,25 g/100 kcal) 0,8 g / 100 kJ (3,5 g/100 kcal) number 2.1 to 2.3: for an equal energy value the follow-on formula must contain each indispensable and conditionally indispensable amino acid at least the same amount as the reference protein (breast milk in accordance with annex 12). In this calculation, the methionine - and Cystingehalt can however be added together if the methionine cystine ratio is not greater than 3: 1; of phenylalanine and tyrosine levels can be summed up as long as the ratio of tyrosine to phenylalanine is not greater than 2: 1.
The addition of amino acids just to improve the nutritional value of the proteins, and only in the necessary quantities is 2.4 amino acids in all cases.
3. taurine if added to taurine follow-on formulae, may the amount of taurine shall not be greater than 2,9 mg / 100 kJ (12 mg / 100 kcal) be.
4. bold minimum maximum 0.96 g / 100 kJ (4,0 g/100 kcal) 1,4 g / 100 kJ (6.0 g/100 kcal) 4.1 the use of the following ingredients is prohibited: - sesame - seed oil.
4.2 lauric acid and myristic acid minimum maximum - individually or as a whole: 20% of the total fat 4.3 the content of trans fatty acids should not be over 3% of the total fat content.
4.4 the erucic acid content must be not more than 1% of the total fat content.
4.5 linoleic acid (in the form of glycerides = Linoleates) minimum maximum 70 mg / 100 kJ (300 mg / 100 kcal) 285 mg / 100 kJ (1 200 mg / 100 kcal) 4.6 the alpha-linolenic acid content must be less than 12 mg / 100 kJ (50 mg / 100 kcal) amount. The ratio of linoleic acid to alpha-linolenic acid must be at least 5: 1, and must be no more than 15: 1.
4.7 long (20 and 22 carbon atoms), multiple unsaturated fatty acids can be added. In this case, their share of the total fat content – for long-chain, polyunsaturated n-3 fatty acids may not exceed 1% and - when long-chain, polyunsaturated n-6 fatty acids not more than 2% (for arachidonic acid not more than 1% (20: 4 n-6)) be.
The Eicosapentaenoic Acid (20: 5 n-3) content shall not exceed Docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3) content.
The Docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3) content shall not exceed that of n-6 fats.
5. phospholipids the amount of phospholipids in follow-on formulae must be not higher than 2 g / l.
6. carbohydrates minimum maximum 2.2 g / 100 kJ (9 g/100 kcal) 3,4 g / 100 kJ (14 g/100 kcal) 6.1 the use of ingredients containing gluten is prohibited.
6.2 lactose minimum maximum 1,1 g/100 kJ (4,5 g/100 kcal)-the provision does not apply to follow-on formulae in which the proportion of soy protein isolates is more than 50% of the total protein content.
6.3 sucrose, fructose, honey minimum maximum - separately or as a whole-20% of the total carbohydrate content is honey to undergo a treatment to kill Clostridium botulinum spores.
Glucose may only be added to 6.4 glucose follow-on formulae manufactured from protein hydrolysates. Is glucose added, may your content 0,5 g / 100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal) not exceed.
7. Fructo-oligosaccharides and galacto-oligosaccharides Fructo-oligosaccharides and galacto-oligosaccharides may be added to follow-on formulae. In this case their share may not exceed: 0,8 g/100 ml in a combination of 90% Oligogalactosyl-lactose and 10% high molecular weight Oligofructosyl-saccharose.
Other combinations and maximum levels of Fructo-oligosaccharides and galacto-oligosaccharides can be used 4 letter a in accordance with § 14 c.
8 mineral substances 8.1 follow-on formulae from cow's milk proteins or goat's milk proteins or protein hydrolysates per 100 kJ per 100 kcal minimum maximum minimum maximum sodium (mg) 5 14 20 60 potassium (mg) 15 38 60-160 chloride (mg) 12 38 50 160 calcium (mg) 12 33 50 140 phosphorus (mg) 6 22 25 90 magnesium (mg) 1,2 3,6 5 15 iron (mg) 0.14 0.5 0.6 2 zinc (mg) 0,12 0,36 0.5 1.5 copper (µg) 8.4 25 35 100 iodine (µg) 2.5 12 10 50
Selenium (µg) 0.25 2.2 1 9 manganese (µg) 0.25 25 1 100 fluoride (mcg) - 25-100 the ratio of calcium to phosphorus in follow-on formulae must be at least 1: 1 and should not exceed more than 2: 1.
8.2 follow-on formulae from soya protein isolates, alone or in a mixture with protein of cow's milk or goat's milk proteins it apply all requirements from number 8.1 with the exception of requirements for iron and phosphorus, which are as follows: per 100 kJ per 100 kcal minimum maximum minimum maximum iron (mg) 0.22 0.65 0.9 2.5 phosphorus (mg) 7.5 25 30 100 9 vitamins per 100 kJ per 100 kcal minimum maximum minimum maximum vitamin A (μg RE) 1) 14 43 60 180 vitamin D (µg) 2) 0,25 0,75
  1 3 thiamin (μg) 14 72 60 300 riboflavin (μg) 19 95 80 400 niacin (µg) 3) 72 375 300 1 500 Pantothenic acid (µg) 95 475 400 2 000 vitamin B6 (μg) 9   
 42 35 175 biotin (µg) 0.4 1.8 1.5 7.5 folic acid (µg) 2.5 12 10 50 vitamin B12 (µg) 0.025 0.12 0.1 0.5 vitamin C (mg) 2.5 7.5 10 30 vitamin K (µg) 1 6 4 25 vitamin E (mg α-TE) 4) 0,5/g polyunsaturated fatty acids as linoleic acid expressed, corrected for the number of Doppelbindungen5), definitely not less than 0.1 mg / 100 available kJ 1.2 0,5/g polyunsaturated fatty acids , expressed as linoleic acid, corrected for the number of Doppelbindungen5), definitely not but less than 0,5 mg per 100 available kcal 5 1) RE = all trans Retinoläquivalent.
2) in the form of Cholecalciferol, of which 10 μg = 400 I.U. of vitamin D. 3) preformed niacin.
(4) α-TE = d-α Tocopheroläquivalent.
5) 0,5 mg α-TE/1 g linoleic acid (18: 2 n-6); 0,75 mg α-TE/1 g α-linolenic acid (18: 3 n-3); 1,0 mg α-TE/1 g arachidonic acid (20: 4 n-6); 1,25 mg α-TE/1 g Eicosapentaenoic Acid (20: 5 n-3); 1,5 mg α-TE/1 g Docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3).
10 nucleotides following nucleotides may be used: Höchstwert1) (mg / 100 kJ) (mg/100 kcal) Cytidine-5 ´ monophosphate 0.60 2.50 uridine-5 ´ monophosphate 0.42 1.75 adenosine-5 monophosphate ´ 0.36 1.50 Guanosine-5 ´ monophosphate 0.12 0.50 Inosine-5 ´ monophosphate 0.24 1.00 1) the total concentration of nucleotides shall 1,2 mg / 100 kJ (5 mg / 100 kcal) not exceed.
1 from protein hydrolysates with a protein content between the minimum and 0,56 g / 100 kJ (2,25 g/100 kcal) manufactured follow-on formulae must comply with the requirements of § 14 c paragraph 5.

Annex 12 (§ 14 c para 2 and 4;) Plants 10 and 11 respectively No. 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3) indispensable and conditionally indispensable amino acids in breast milk, expressed in mg per 100 kJ and 100 kcal (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2007, 3274) amino acid per 100 kJ1) per 100 kcal cystine 9 38 Histidine 10 40 Isoleucine 22 90 40 166 Leucine lysine 27 113 methionine 5 23 phenylalanine 20 83 threonine 18 77 tryptophan 8 32 tyrosine 18 76 Valine 21 88 1) 1 kJ = 0,239 kcal annex 13 () disappeared) - annex 14 (dropped out) - Annex 15 (to § 22a para 3 No. 2 letters b and c) nutrition and health claims for infant formulae and conditions warranting a corresponding claim (site of the original text: BGBl. I 2007, 3275) 1 nutrition information nutrition information requirement for the nutrition claim 1.1 only contain lactose lactose is the only existing carbohydrate.
1.2 lactose free of lactose is not more than 2.5 mg / 100 kJ (10 mg / 100 kcal).
1.3 addition of long-chain, polyunsaturated fatty acids or an equivalent nutrition claim in relation to the addition of Docosahexaenoic acid docosahexaenoic acid content at least 0.2% of the total fatty acid content.
1.4 nutrition information with regard to the addition of the following optional ingredients: voluntarily added at a concentration that is appropriate for the intended particular use by infants and complies with the conditions in annex 10.
1.4.1 taurine 1.4.2 Fructo-oligosaccharides and galacto - oligosaccharides 1.4.3 nucleotides 2. health-related information (including information on the reduction of disease risk) health-related specification requirement for the health claim 2.1 reducing the risk of allergy to milk proteins. In this health claim can used terms referring to reduced allergen - or reduced Antigen content.
(a) to demonstrate of the claimed properties must be objective and scientifically proven data.
(b) the infant formulae must comply with the provisions listed in annex 10 number 2.2, proteins called forth the amount of immune reactions must be shown with generally accepted methods of measurement and may comprise not more than 1% of substances containing nitrogen by the formulae.
c) on the label is indicating that infants who are allergic to the intact proteins from which the food is produced, may not eat them, unless that generally accepted clinical tests the impact of infant formula in more than 90% (95% confidence interval) of the cases it was verified, suffer in which infants under a hypersensitivity to proteins from which the Hydrolysate is manufactured. d) the oral infant formula should not raising awareness against the intact proteins in animals , from which the infant formula is made, cause.

Appendix 16 (to § 22a para 4) reference values for nutrition labelling for foods intended for infants and young children (site: BGBl. I, 2007, 3276; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) nutrient reference value vitamin A (μg) 400 vitamin D 7 (μg) vitamin E (mg TE) 5 vitamin K 12 (μg) vitamin C (mg) 45 thiamine (mg) 0.5 riboflavin (mg) 0.7 niacin (mg) 7 vitamin B6 (mg) 0.7 folate 125 (μg) vitamin B12 (μg) 0.8 Pantothenic acid (mg) 3 biotin (μg) 10 calcium () mg) 550 phosphorus (mg) 550 potassium (mg) 1,000 sodium (mg) 400 chlorine (mg) 500 iron (mg) 8 zinc 5 (mg) iodine 80 (μg) selenium (μg) 20 copper (mg) 0.5 magnesium (mg) 80 manganese (mg) 1.2 attachment 17 (at § 14a para 2, § 21a, section 4, no. 2, section 21a, para 6, no. 1) essential components of foods intended for low-calorie nutrition site of the original text : BGBl. I, 2005, 1203-1204 all refer to the information ready to use products that are marketed as such or made ready for use according to the instructions of the manufacturer.
1 1.1 which have calorific value of a product that is intended as a replacement of a daily ration is condensing at least 3,360 kJ (800 kcal) and a maximum 5040 kilojoules (1,200 kilocalories) per day ration.
1.2 the calorific value of a product that is intended to replace of a meal must be at least 840 kJ (200 kcal) and not more than 1,680 kJ (400 kcal) per meal.
2. proteins 2.1 which must be energy value of foods intended for low-calorie nutrition to at least 25% and up to 50% on proteins are eliminated. In any case, a product which is intended as a replacement of a daily ration must contain more than 125 g proteins.
2.2 the regulations for proteins related to the reference protein described in paragraph 6. The chemical index is lower than 100% of the index of the reference protein, is the minimum protein content to increase accordingly. While the chemical index of the added protein shall be at least 80% of the reference protein.
2.3 the chemical index shall mean the lowest of the ratios between the quantity of each each essential amino acid of the test protein and the quantity of each corresponding amino acid of the reference protein.
2.4. the addition of amino acids is permitted solely to improve the nutritional value of the proteins, and only to the necessary extent.
3. fats 3.1 which allowed calorific value of fats do not exceed 30% of the entire energy value of the product.
3.2 products, intended as a replacement of a daily ration must contain at least 4.5 g linoleic acid.
3.3 products which are intended to replace of a meal must contain at least 1 g linoleic acid.
4 at least 10 g and not more than 30 g of fiber per day ration contain fiber who have products that are intended to replace, a daily ration.
5. vitamins and mineral substances 5.1 given as a substitute of a daily ration products must provide at least the under paragraph 7 listed vitamin and mineral content.
5.2 the products which are offered to replace of one or more meals of the daily diet must per meal provide at least 30% under article 7 listed amounts of vitamins and minerals and contain at least 500 mg of potassium per meal.
6 request schema for amino acid g / 100 g protein cystine + methionine 1.7 Histidine 1.6 Isoleucine 1.3 Leucine 1.9 lysine 1,6 phenylalanine + Thyrosin 1.9 threonine 0.9 tryptophan 0.5 Valine 1.3 7 nutrient content per day vitamin A 700 myg equivalent of retinol vitamin D 5 myg vitamin E 10 mg tocopherol equivalent vitamin C 45 mg thiamin 1.1 mg riboflavin 1.6 mg niacin equivalent of 18 mg NICOTINAMIDE vitamin B6 1.5 mg folate 200 myg vitamin B12 1.4 myg biotin 15 myg Pantothenic acid 3 mg calcium 700 mg
Phosphorus 3,100 mg of iron 16 mg zinc 9.5 mg copper 550 mg potassium 1.1 mg iodine 130 myg selenium 55 myg sodium 575 mg magnesium 150 mg manganese 1 mg system 18 (section 14 d para 3) maximum limits for vitamins, minerals and trace elements, if foods are used to place of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1205 nutrient value per 100 kcal vitamin A 180 myg RE vitamin E 3 mg alpha-TE vitamins C 12.5/2511) / 12522) mg thiamin 0.25/0,533) mg riboflavin
0.4 mg niacin 4.5 mg NE vitamin B6 0.35 mg folic acid 50 myg vitamin B12 of 0.35 myg Pantothenic acid 1.5 mg biotin 10 myg potassium 160 mg calcium 80/18044) / 10055) mg magnesium 40 mg iron 3 mg Zinc 2 mg copper 40 myg iodine 35 myg manganese 0.6 mg 55) this limit applies to § 1 section 3 No. 2(d) referred products.
(44) this limit applies to the No. 2 to § 1 section 3 letter a and b referred products.
(33) this limit applies to cereal-based products.
(22) this limit applies to products based on fruit, fruit juices, fruit Nectars and vegetable juices.
(11) this limit applies to products fortified with iron.

Unit 19 (to section 14 d para 4, § 22b para 2 No. 2) essential composition of baby foods (site: BGBl. I, 2005, 1206-1207; regarding the details of the changes see footnote)
The nutritional requirements refer to it as ready to eat in the traffic or prepared according to manufacturer's instructions ready to eat product.
1. cereal content of the proportion of cereal or tuber starch products, or a mix of both must be at least 25% of the weight of the final mixture (dry weight).
2. protein 2.1 the to § 1 section 3 the protein content may no. 2 (b) and products referred to in d not exceed 1,3 g/100 kJ (5,5 g/100 kcal) amount.
2.2 the article 1, par. 3 No. 2 letter of b products referred must the content of added protein at least 0.48 g/100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal) amount.
2.3 the article 1, par. 3 No. referred 2(d) biscuits, which are manufactured with the addition of food with high protein content and offered as such must a content of added protein of at least 0,36 g / 100 kJ (1,5 g/100 kcal) exhibit.
2.4. the chemical index of the added protein shall be at least 80% of the reference protein casein, as described in annex 13, or the protein efficiency (PER) of the protein in the mixture must be at least 70% of the reference protein. In all cases, the addition of amino acids just to improve the nutritional value of the protein mixture, and only in the required ratio is permitted.
3. carbohydrates 3.1 be products according to § 1 para 3 No. 2 letter a and d sucrose, fructose, glucose, glucose syrups or honey added, so not more than 1,8 g / 100 kJ must - the proportion of carbohydrates originating from these additions (7,5 g/100 kcal), the addition of fructose not exceed 0,9 g/100 kJ (3,75 g/100 kcal) amount.
3.2 are the products according to § 1 section 3 No. 2 letter b of sucrose, fructose, glucose, glucose syrups or honey added, so not exceed 1,2 g / 100 kJ must - the proportion of carbohydrates originating from these additions (5 g/100 kcal), the addition of fructose not more than 0,6 g/100 kJ (2,5 g/100 kcal) amount.
4. fat 4.1 the to § 1 section 3 the fat content may no. 2 letter a and products referred to in d not more than 0,8 g / 100 kJ (3,3 g/100 kcal) amount.
4.2 who may letter of b products listed in § 1 section 3 No. 2 a fat content of not more than 1,1 g/100 kJ (4,5 g/100 kcal) exhibit. The lipid content exceeds 0,8 g / 100 kJ (3,3 g/100 kcal), so - the lauric acid content must exceed a maximum of 15% of the total fat content, - the Myristinsäuregehalt must not exceed a maximum of 15% of the total fat content, - must the content of linoleic acid (in the form of glycerides = Linoleates) a value of less than 70 mg / 100 kJ (300 mg / 100 kcal) and not exceed 285 mg / 100 kJ (1200 mg / 100 kcal) reach.
5. mineral substances 5.1 sodium - sodium salts may be added to cereal only, if this is necessary for technical reasons.
-The sodium content of processed cereal based foods shall not exceed 25 mg / 100 kJ (100 mg / 100 kcal) amount.
5.2 calcium 5.2.1 letter of b products need no. 2 in article 1, par. 3 a calcium content of at least 20 mg/100 kJ (80 mg / 100 kcal) exhibit.
5.2.2 which in article 1, par. 3 No. referred 2(d), manufactured using milk products (milk biscuits), which are offered as such must a calcium content of less than 12 mg / 100 kJ (50 mg / 100 kcal) exhibit.
6 6.1 baby foods must have a thiamine content vitamins by at least 25 myg/100 kJ (100 myg/100 kcal).
6.2 to § 1 section 3 No. 2 letter of b products apply the following levels: – per 100 kJ per 100 kcal minimum Max. min. Max.
---Vitamin A (myg RE) 1) 14 43 60 180 vitamin D (reisam) 2) 0,25 0,75 1 3-1) RE = all trans Retinoläquivalent.
(2) in the form of Cholecalciferol, of which 10 myg = 400 I.U. of vitamin D.
These limits also apply to the case that vitamin A and D of other than in article 1 par. 3 point (b) of cereal is added to no. 2.

Plant 20 (to section 14 d para 5, § 22b para 2 No. 2) essential composition of foods other than processed cereal based foods (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2005, 1208-1209; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) the nutritional requirements relate to the marketed as ready or prepared according to manufacturer's instructions ready to eat product.
1 protein 1.1 are meat, poultry, fish, offal or other traditional source of protein the only ingredients mentioned in the name, so must - the so-called share of meat, poultry, fish, offal or other traditional source of protein are a minimum of 40% of the total weight of the product and at least 25% of the weight of the protein sources as a whole, - referred to the content of protein from the source at least 1,7 g / 100 kJ (7 g / 100 kcal) amount.
1.2 getting meat, poultry, fish, offal or other traditional source of protein in the name of traffic individually or combined in first place, so must, regardless of whether or not the product as a meal is made up, - the so-called share of meat, poultry, fish, offal or other traditional source of protein are at least 10% of the total product weight and at least 25% of the weight of the protein sources, the content of the protein from the named sources at least 1 g/100 kJ (4.2 g/100 kcal) be.
1.3 meat, poultry, fish, offal or other traditional source of protein in the denomination called although individually or combined, but are not in first place, so must, regardless of whether or not the product as a meal is made up, - the known proportion of meat, poultry, fish, offal or other traditional source of protein are a minimum of 8% of the total product weight and at least 25% of the weight of the protein sources , - the content of the protein from the named sources at least 0,5 g / 100 kJ (2,2 g/100 kcal),-the total content of the product to protein of any kind at least 0,7 g / 100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal) amount.
1.3a when cheese with other ingredients in the denomination of a non sweet product mentioned is regardless of whether or not the product as a meal is made up, so - the content of protein from milk products must be at least 0,5 g / 100 kJ (2,2 g/100 kcal) and protein from all sources at least 0,7 g / 100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal) amount.
1.4 is referred to the product on the label as a meal, meat, poultry, fish, offal or other traditional source of protein in the denomination are not mentioned, must the total protein content of the product from all sources at least 0,7 g / 100 kJ (3 g / 100 kcal) amount.
1.4A for sauces, intended as an accompaniment to a meal, not the requirements of points 1.1 to 1.4 1.4b sweet foods are dairy products as the first or only ingredient in the name shall apply, must contain at least 2,2 g dairy protein/100 kcal. All other sweet dishes are exempt from the requirements in 1.1 to 1.4.
1.5. the addition of amino acids is permitted solely for the improvement of the nutritional value of the existing proteins, and only in the necessary amount.
2. carbohydrates the carbohydrate content of juices and Nectars from fruits and vegetables, pure fruit dishes, desserts or puddings may reach no more than the following values:-10 g/100 ml for vegetable juices and drinks on the basis of vegetable juice;
-15 g / 100 ml drinks manufactured with fruit juice or fruit nectar and on their basis;
-20 g / 100 g for pure fruit dishes;
-25 g / 100 g for desserts and puddings;
-5 g / 100 g for other drinks that aren't made from milk.
3. bold 3.1 for products referred to in 1.1 this annex applies: meat or cheese are the only ingredients mentioned in the name, or they are in the first place, so must the total content of fat from all sources not exceed 1,4 g / 100 kJ (6 g/100 kcal) amount.
3.2 for all other products is the total content of the product of fat from all sources not exceed 1,1 g / 100 kJ (4,5 g/100 kcal) amount.
4. sodium 4.1 which sodium content of the finished product shall not more than 48 mg/100 kJ (200 mg / 100 kcal) or not more than 200 mg / 100 g. Cheese is the only ingredient mentioned in the name, but the sodium level must not more than 70 mg / kJ (300 mg / 100 kcal) amount.
4.2 fruit dishes, desserts and puddings are allowed, except for technological purposes, no sodium salts are used to.
5. vitamins in fruit juice, fruit nectar, or vegetable juice the content of vitamin C of the finished product must be less than 6 mg / 100 kJ (25 mg / 100 kcal) or exceed 25 mg / 100 g.
With vegetable juice, the content of vitamin A of the finished product must be at least 25 myg RE / 100 kJ (100 myg RE / 100 kcal) 1) amount. Otherwise, the addition of vitamin A to other baby foods as cereal is not allowed.
Vitamin D may not be added to other foods as cereal.
(1) RE = all trans Retinoläquivalent.

Annex 21 (to section 22 b para 4) reference values for labelling the nutritional value of foods for infants and young children site of the original text: BGBl I 2005, 1210 nutrient reference value for labelling vitamin A 400 myg vitamin D 10 myg vitamin C 25 mg thiamine 0.5 mg riboflavin 0.8 mg niacin equivalent 9 mg vitamin B6 0.7 mg folate 100 myg vitamin B12 0.7 myg calcium 400 mg iron 6 mg of zinc 4 mg iodine 70 myg selenium 10 myg copper 0.4 mg plant 22 (§ 14 para 1 No. 1 letter b)
Specific maximum residue levels of pesticides or metabolites in infant formulae, follow-on formulae, processed cereal based foods and other baby foods for infants and young children site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1211 chemical name of substance maximum residue level (mg/kg) 0.006 Cadusafos Demeton-S-methyl/Demeton-S-methyl-sulfon/Oxydemeton-methyl (individually or combined, expressed as Demeton-S-methyl) 0.006 Ethoprophos 0.008 fipronil (sum of fipronil and fipronil-desulfinyl, expressed as fipronil) 0.004 Propineb/propylene-thiourea (sum of Propineb and propylene-thiourea) 0.006 plant 23 (§ 14 para 1 No. 1 letter c) pesticides , the agricultural products intended for the production of infant formulae, follow-on formulae, processed cereal based foods and other baby foods for infants and young children, as not applied apply, if the specific maximum residue levels are not exceeded (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2005, 1212) list A chemical name of the substance (residue definition) maximum residue level (mg/kg) Disulfoton (sum of Disulfoton, Disulfoton sulfoxide and Disulfoton Sulfone expressed as Disulfoton) 0.003 Fensulfothion (sum of Fensulfothion , its oxygen analogue and their sulfones, expressed as Fensulfothion) 0.003 Fentin, expressed as Triphenyltin cation 0.003 Haloxyfop (sum of Haloxyfop, its salts and esters including conjugates, expressed as Haloxyfop) 0.003 heptachlor and trans-Heptachlor epoxide, expressed as heptachlor hexachlorobenzene 0.003 0.003 nitrofen 0.003 Omethoate 0.003 Terbufos (sum of Terbufos, its sulfoxide and its Sulfone, expressed as Terbufos) 0.003 list of B chemical name of substance maximum residue level (mg/kg) of aldrin and dieldrin , expressed as dieldrin 0.003 endrin of 0.003 system 24 (to § 14 c paragraph 3 and 5) specification for protein content and source, as well as protein processing and quality in the manufacture of infant formulae and follow-on formulae with a protein content less than 0,56 g / 100 kJ (2,25 g/100 kcal)-based of hydrolysates from cow's milk protein (reference: BGBl. I, 2007, 3276-3277; about the details of the changes see footnote) 1 protein content protein content = nitrogen content × 6,25 minimum maximum 0.44 g / 100 kJ (1,86 g/100 kcal) 0.7 g/100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal) 2. protein source demineralised sweet whey protein from cow's milk after enzymatic precipitation of casein using chymosin, consisting of: a) 63% casein Glycomacropeptides free whey protein isolate with a minimum protein content of 95% dry matter and a protein denaturation of less than 70% and a maximum ash content of 3% and b) 37% sweet whey protein concentrate with a minimum protein content of 87% of dry matter and protein denaturation of less than 70% and a maximum ash content of 3,5%.
3. protein processing two-stage hydrolysis process using a trypsin preparation with a heat-treatment step (from 3 to 10 minutes at 80 to 100 ° C) between the two hydrolysis steps.
4. quality of protein within the meaning of Regulation (EC) No 1243/2008 of 12 December 2008 amending annexes III and VI of to Directive 2006/141/EC as regards the requirements on the composition of certain infant formulae (OJ L 335 of 13.12.2008, p. 25) following values are valid for the indispensable and conditionally indispensable amino acids in breast milk, expressed in mg per 100 kJ and 100 kcal: 100 kJ1) per 100 kcal arginine 16 69 cystine 6 24 Histidine 11 45 Isoleucine 17 72 Leucine 37 156 lysine 29 122 methionine 7 29 phenylalanine 15 62 threonine 19 80 tryptophan 7 30 tyrosine 14 59 Valine 19 80 1) 1 kJ = 0,239 kcal.