Dietetic Food Regulation

Original Language Title: Verordnung über diätetische Lebensmittel

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Dietetic Food Regulation (Dietetic Ordinance)

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DiätV

Date of delivery: 20.06.1963

Full quote:

" Diätverordnung in the version of the notice of 28. April 2005 (BGBl. 1161), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 25 June 2008. February 2014 (BGBl. I p. 218) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 28.4.2005 I 1161;
Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 25.2.2014 I 218

For details, see Notes

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence: 12.9.1981 + + +)
(+ + + For the application in the Accession area cf. for the period from 3.10.1990 to
31.12.1990 V v. 28.9.1990 I 2117 (EGRÜblV) and for the period from 1.1.1991
V v. 18.12.1990 I 2915 (EGÜblV) + + +)

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Content overview

First section§ §
General Specifications1 to 4a
Second section
Additives and other substances for use in dietetic foods5 to 10
Third section
Specific rules for certain foods 11 to 14d
Fourth section
Knowledge and Labeling Rules
Information Additives15 to 18
General Labeling 19
Special markings21 to 24
Form of knowledge and labeling25
Fifth section
Crime and Administrative Offenses26
Sixth Section
Final Provisions 27 to 29
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First section
General rules

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§ 1

(1) Dietetic foods are foods that are intended for a particular diet.(2) Food is intended for a particular diet if it is
1.
the special diet. The nutritional requirements of the following consumer groups correspond to:
a)
certain groups of persons, whose digestive or resorting process or metabolism is disrupted or
b)
certain groups of persons who are in special physiological conditions and therefore benefit from the controlled uptake of certain substances contained in the diet, or
c)
healthy infants or children. Infants
2.
are suitable for the specified nutritional purpose and are placed on the market with the indication that they are suitable for this purpose. , and
3.
due to their particular composition or the specific process of their preparation, they are clearly defined by the food of the general consumption
(3) For the purposes of this Regulation:
1.
Beikost: Food other than milk, which comply with the specific nutritional requirements of healthy infants and young children, and which are intended to feed infants during the period of deforestation and to feed infants and young children during the gradual transition to normal Kost are determined.
2.
Cereal food: Beikost from
a)
simple cereal products that have to be prepared or prepared with milk or other appropriate nutrient-like liquids,
b)
Cereal products with added protein foods prepared or prepared with water or other protein-free liquids
c)
pasta that is consumed after boiling in boiling water or other suitable liquids, or
d)
Zwiebacken or biscuits, which are consumed either as such or after crushing with the addition of water, milk or other suitable liquids
4) For the purposes of this Regulation, foods intended for use in the low-calorie diet for weight reduction shall be products intended to replace or replace one or more meals in the course of the day-to-day ration, and limited energy content and a particular composition.(4a) For the purposes of this Regulation, dietary foods for special medical purposes (balance-based diets) are products which are processed or formulated in a special way and intended for the dietary treatment of patients. They shall be used for the exclusive or partial diet of patients with reduced, disabled or impaired capacity to take up, digestion, resorption, metabolism or excretion of ordinary foods or certain other foods nutrients or their metabolites or the diet of patients with other medically-related nutritional requirements, for their dietary treatment, a modification of the normal diet, other foods for a particular diet, Diet or a combination of both are not sufficient. Balance-sheet diets are divided into
1.
Full-balanced diets
a)
with a standard nutrient formulation, or
b)
with a nutritional formulation specific to certain ailments or adapted for a particular disease or disorder,
which, if used according to the instructions of the Manufacturers can represent the only source of food for persons for which they are intended and
2.
supplementary balanced diets
a)
with a standard nutrient formulation, or
b)
with a nutritional formulation specific to certain ailments or adapted to a particular disease or disorder,
which is not intended to be used as the sole Food sources are suitable.
(5) Dietetic food is also a saline for salesmen.(6) For the purposes of this Regulation:
1.
infants: children under 12 months of age;
2.
infants: children between one year and three years old;
3.
infant formula: food that is used for the particular diet of infants during the first months of life, and in their own right, meet the nutritional requirements of these infants until appropriate food supplements are introduced;
4.
Follow-up: Food intended for the particular nutrition of infants from the introduction of an appropriate supplement and the largest liquid part of an after-and-after
() Additives within the meaning of this Regulation are substances within the meaning of § 2 (3) sentence 1 and 2 of the Food and Feed Code.(8) For the "nutrition claim", "health claim" and "indication of the reduction of disease risk" within the meaning of this Regulation, the definitions set out in Article 2 (2) (4), (5) and (6) respectively shall apply in conjunction with Article 2. Paragraph 2 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006 of 20 June 2006. December 2006 on nutrition and health claims made on foods (OJ L 327, 28.12.2006, p. EU No L 12 p. 3). Non-official table of contents

§ 2

(1) In the traffic with or in the advertisement for other than dietetic foods (the food of the general Consumption) may
1.
the word "dietetic" alone or in conjunction with others Words,
2.
Labels, other information and notices that might give the impression that it is a dietary food
shall be used.(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1 (2), foods of the general consumption which are specified in
1.
as pre-manufactured Health insurance is intended to be issued in hospitals and comparable facilities under medical supervision, with indications of suitability for a particular nutritional purpose within the meaning of § 1, in the transport sector ,
2.
are suitable for infants or young children, with an indication to be placed on the market.
On foods of general Consumption which is placed on the market with an indication as referred to in the first sentence of the first sentence of paragraph 2 shall be
1.
§ § 4, 14, 19 and 22 and
2.
§ 2 (1) point 2 of the contaminant regulation
.(3) For the purposes of paragraph 1 (2), it shall not apply if only
1.
the chemical analysis, individual Analytical values or the physiological calorific value of foods or
2.
Special features in the qualitative and quantitative composition of a Foodstuff
3.
(omitted)
.(4) Spirits and drinks produced in accordance with an alcohol content of less than 15 per cent may not be marketed as dietetic foods or with a reference to a particular nutritional purpose. Non-official table of contents

§ 3

(1) By way of derogation from § 12 (2) sentence 2 of the Food and Feed Code, the prohibitions of § 12 para. 1 and 7 of the Food and Feed Code also applicable to dietetic foods, unless permitted in accordance with paragraph 2 of this Article.(2) Allowed for
1.
(omitted)
2.
Food which is suitable for the treatment of intestinal motility and intestinal flora disorders and their sequellations in infants, the statement " Dietetic food suitable for the treatment of infant dyspepsia (diaryngeal disease in infants) only within the framework of the medical prescription "; provided that they are suitable for curing, they may additionally be referred to as healing food,
3.
a)
Food for the treatment of Hepatic cell or renal insufficiency, adjusted according to the protein, amino acid and electrolyte levels,
b)
Food intended for the treatment of congenital or congenital heart disease. Metabolic disorders are suitable,
the statement "Dietetic food suitable for the treatment of ... use only under constant medical control",
4.
Food, which is a special diet at
a)
Maldigestion or Malabsorption,
b)
Disorders of Food intake,
c)
chronically inflammatory bowel disease or pre- or post-operative treatment in the intestine operations,
d)
chronic pancreatitis or
e)
gout
are suitable to say " special nutrition for ... in the context of a diet plan ".
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§ 4

(1) Dietetic foods intended for delivery to the consumer, may be placed on the market for commercial purposes only in pre-packed packaging, except for sweeteners, provided that dietary foods are delivered for consumption on the spot. The consumer shall be equal to restaurants, catering facilities and tradesmen to the extent that they refer to food for consumption within their premises.(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, half-sentence 1, dietary meat products and dietetic cheeses may be released to the consumer, even in an incision, in the form of a cut. Non-official table of contents

§ 4a

(1) Anyone who has a balance sheet within the meaning of Section 1 (4a), an infant formula within the meaning of Section 1 (6) (3) of the German Law on Infant or a dietetic food which does not belong to any of the groups of dietetic foodstuffs listed in Appendix 8, as a manufacturer or importer, shall have the effect of placing it on the market at the latest when the first placing on the market shall be the Federal Office for consumer protection and food safety, on presentation of a model of the label used for the product.(2) Where the dietary food has already been placed on the market in another Member State of the European Union, the notification referred to in paragraph 1 shall also indicate the authority of the other Member State at which the first indication is done.(3) The Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety shall immediately transmit the notification to the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection and the top national authorities responsible for food monitoring.(4) The Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety checks whether the dietetic food, which does not belong to a group of dietetic foods listed in Appendix 8, complies with the requirements of section 1 (2) and shall inform the authorities referred to in paragraph 3 of the test result.(5) In so far as this is necessary for the examination referred to in paragraph 4, the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety may require the manufacturer or importer to submit the scientific work and data which result in the following: the declared product complies with the requirements of section 1 (2). If the work in question has been published in an easily accessible publication, a reference to this publication shall suffice.(6) If the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety has established that the product indicated does not comply with the requirements of § 1 (2), the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety may be placed on the market. of the product, as a dietetic foodstuff, provisionally, or subject to conditions.

Second section
Additives and other substances for use in dietetic foods

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§ 5

(1) For the production, preparation and preparation of dietetic foods, additives may only be used in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation.(2) The use of drinking water prepared in accordance with the drinking water treatment regulation shall not be considered to be the addition of additives within the meaning of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 6

For the use of additives in dietetic foods for technological purposes, the following applies: Additional substance-authorisation regulation. In addition to the additives authorised there, dietetic foods, other than dietetic foods intended for infants or young children, shall be subject to the substances listed in Annex 5 (2) of the Flavourings Regulation as flavouring substances for Flavourings, provided that they are intended to serve a technological purpose. The content of these additives shall not exceed the quantitative limits laid down in Annex 5 (2) of the flavouring regulation. unofficial table of contents

§ 7

(1)
1.
for dietetic foods, excluding infant formulae and follow-on formulae in accordance with § 14c and Beikost in accordance with § 14d, which is in Appendix 2,
2.
for infant formulae and follow-on formulae in accordance with § 14c and by-products according to § 14d the additives listed in Appendix 9 in compliance with the restrictions laid down there.
, provided that they are intended to serve a nutritional or dietary purpose. The authorisation shall apply if, in Annex 2, column 2, the use of a substance is restricted to certain dietary foods, only for those dietary foods. The maximum quantities specified in Appendix 2 may not be exceeded.(2) Where minimum quantities are indicated in Appendix 2 for additives listed there, dietetic foods containing an addition of the additives authorised for these purposes may be marketed only if the additives used in Annex 2 are to be used for the purposes of shall not be less than the specified minimum quantities. Non-official table of contents

§ 7a

It is forbidden to make dietetic foods, except infant formulae and follow-on formulae in accordance with § 14c and by-products according to § 14d, other substances which are not additives within the meaning of Article 2 (3) of the Food and Feed Code, than the substances listed in Appendix 2, category 1 to 6, and marked with a star nutritional or dietetic purposes. Where, in Annex 2, column 2, the use of a substance is restricted to certain dietetic foods, this substance may only be used in these dietary foodstuffs. Non-official table of contents

§ 7b

All substances listed in Annexes 2 and 9 may only be added to dietetic foods in kind and quantity to meet the specific nutritional requirements of the group of persons for which they are intended. Section 7 (1) sentence 3 and (2) shall remain unaffected. At the request of the authority referred to in Article 4a (1), the manufacturer or importer shall submit the scientific work and data which, in accordance with the state of the scientific knowledge, shall be suitable for the purposes of nutritional or dietary use. Added substances for the corresponding group of persons. If the corresponding work is available in an easily accessible publication, it is sufficient to make an indication. unofficial table of contents

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§ 9

(1) Cooking salt replacement is the one listed in Appendix 3 Additives authorised. The content of adipic acid and adipic acid, calculated as adipic acid, must not exceed 60 grams in one kilogram of saline salesset. Saline salcers may be used, even in jodized form, for the production of dietary foods intended for sodium-sensitive foods.The magnesium compounds referred to in point 1 of Appendix 3 shall only be approved if they are mixed with at least one of the non-magnesium compounds mentioned in Appendix 3. The mixture may not contain more than 20 hundred parts of the total content of potassium and calcium cations on magnesium compounds, calculated as magnesium cations.The salts of choline referred to in point 3 of Appendix 3 are only permitted if they are mixed with at least one of the non-cholinic compounds mentioned in Appendix 3. The mixture shall not contain more than 3 hundredths of choline. unofficial table of contents

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special rules for specific Food

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§ 11

(1) Those who are joyful salesmen, other dietetic foods with a The addition of iodine compounds or dietetic foods intended for use as a balance-of-balance diet requires authorisation. The authorisation shall be granted for a particular establishment.(2) The authorisation shall be granted only if the person under whose management the foodstuffs referred to in paragraph 1 are to be produced shall have the necessary expertise and reliability and, if the establishment is equipped with the facilities, , which is necessary for the proper production of these foodstuffs, in particular for correct metering and uniform mixing. Non-official table of contents

§ 11a

(1) The foods referred to in § 11 (1) may only be brought within the scope of this Regulation, in the case of the consignment in which a certificate is submitted in accordance with the model of Appendix 4 for the purpose of processing for free circulation, for customs purposes in an open customs warehouse, for inward processing, for conversion or for use . The consignment shall be the quantity of the goods to which the official certificate relates. The certificate must be issued in triplicate by the competent authority of the country of origin and drawn up in the German language; the original as well as the multi-copies must be marked as such. A multi-copy of the certificate shall be forwarded by the customs office at the expense of the person entitled to dispose of the office responsible for the place of the customs clearance of the official food control.(2) A presentation of the certificate referred to in paragraph 1 shall not be required if the relevant foodstuffs of the same manufacturer have already been brought into the scope of this Regulation with a certificate referred to in paragraph 1 and the consignment is accompanied by a written declaration by the manufacturer. This declaration must result in the conformity of the food with the food already in place and the place of the official food monitoring responsible for the place of the first customs clearance.(3) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to iodinated salesmen and other dietary foods, with the addition of iodine compounds in another Member State of the European Union or of another State Party to the Agreement on the European Union The economic area is lawfully manufactured and lawfully placed on the market or originated in a third country and is located in a Member State of the European Union or another State Party to the Agreement on the European Union Economic area is lawfully placed on the market. unofficial table of contents

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§ 13

(1) Dietetic foods for sodium-sensitive products may only be manufactured and placed on the market if they meet the following requirements:
1.
For food, excluding beverages, the sodium content may be 120 milligrams per 100 Do not exceed the ready-to-eat foodstuff,
2.
for beverages other than natural mineral water, the sodium content may be the amount of 2 milligrams per hour. Do not exceed 100 millilitres of the ready-to-eat food.
With the indication "strictly low-sodium", also supplemented by the indication "strictly cochal", low-sodium dietetic foods, excluding beverages, may only be labelled if the sodium content does not exceed 40 milligrams per 100 grams of the ready-to-eat foodstuff.(2) Substances which are not additives may be unmixed or, after mixing with other foodstuffs, only labelled as saline, unless they contain sodium.(3) Products produced on the basis of sodium chloride, sodium salt or salt of a salt or sea salt may be marketed as dietetic foods only if they are indicated by the indication "no saline substitute" in combination with the the name of the product. Non-official table of contents

§ 14

(1) Dietetic foods for infants or toddlers must meet the following requirements:
1.
they are allowed, unless other food law rules apply more stringent regulations,
a)
on crop protection, pest control and protection products subject to the letters b and c contain no more than 0.01 milligrams per kilogram,
b)
with regard to the substances listed in Appendix 22, do not contain any residues, which are the subject of the
c)
shall not be made from products which produce the plant protection listed in Annex 23, Pest control and storage protection products have been used; these agents shall be deemed not to have been applied if the maximum residue levels fixed for them in Annex 23 are not exceeded;
the value referred to in point (a) and the values referred to in point (b) in the case of cereal-based foods and other supplements for infants and young children, and in the case of infant formulae and follow-on formulae, refer to the ready-to-eat offer or, in accordance with the manufacturer ' s instructions, prepared product;
2.
(omitted)
3.
when using milk, milk products (
) Dietetic foods for infants or young children must also comply with the following requirements: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
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cereal products or cereal products included in them must be free from residues of muff and Polishing and free from coarse spelt splinters;
2.
The content of mineral components that are insoluble in hydrochloric acid must not be less than 0.1%
3.
in baked goods, after the baking process, the content of water-soluble carbohydrates, which is due to the degradation of the starch in the baking and roasting process as well as through enzymatic breakdown, not less than 12 hundred parts;
4.
are they using milk, milk products or milk components ,
a)
may be placed on the market in 1.0 millilitre of a food-ready foodstuff Not more than 10,000 germs, not more than 50,000 germs in 1.0 grams of a food placed on the market in a dry or dicked state, and in acidic milk products not to be found in these essential bacterial species. ,
b)
in 1.0 millilitres of ready-to-use, or in 0.1 grams of the food placed on the market in dry or concentrated form, no more than 150 aerobe spore-forming or other protein-dissolving bacteria (caseolytes) can be cultured;
5.
they must, if they are used as children's sugar, nutritional sugar, or A mixture of monosaccharides, disaccharides, higher oligosaccharides and polysaccharides, the monosaccharides content being not more than 15 hundredths of which may be placed on the market, and which may be used for the treatment of the following: products not exclusively intended for healthy infants or young children shall consist of starch degradation products, the maltose content of which may not be less than 20 hundredths and not more than 50 hundredths of a part; the Rules do not apply to malt extract.
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§ 14a

(1) Food for low calorie diets for weight reduction may only be manufactured and placed on the market, if at the The addition of additives and other substances for nutritional or dietary purposes to foods have been observed in accordance with § § 7, 7a and 7b.(2) Food for low-calorie diets for weight reduction may only be produced and marketed commercially, if they meet the requirements laid down in Annex 17 in their composition.(3) Food for low-calorie diets for weight reduction intended to replace a daily ration may be placed on the market only in a ready-to-use package containing all ingredients.(4) Paragraphs 2 and 3 shall not apply to dietetic foods intended for use as a daily ration or as a meal, which are produced by a medical instruction on a case-by-case basis and in the context of food catering in hospitals or similar establishments. Facilities shall be administered under medical supervision, provided that the different composition is provided on the basis of medical indication. Non-official table of contents

§ 14b

(1) The manufacture of balanced diets has to be based on reasonable medical and dietary principles , Balanced diets must be used safely and usefully in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and must be effective in the sense that they meet the specific nutritional requirements of the persons for whom they are intended. They may only be used under medical supervision.(2) Full-account diets within the meaning of Article 1 (4a), third sentence, No 1 may be manufactured and marketed only if they contain the substances listed in Appendix 6 and the age-dependent dependent on the age-dependent conditions specified in Annex 6. Meet requirements.(3) Supplementary balanced diets within the meaning of section 1 (4a) sentence 3 (2) may only be manufactured and placed on the market if the content of the substances in Appendix 6 does not exceed the maximum quantities listed there and where the content of the substances in Appendix 6 does not exceed the maximum levels listed in Annex 6. in accordance with age-specific requirements.(4) The quantity limits laid down in Appendix 6 shall also apply in the case of an addition of additives and other substances authorised by § 7 in conjunction with Appendix 2 for nutritional or dietary purposes in accordance with § 7a in conjunction with Appendix 2.(5) Where a needs adjustment is necessary for special dietary requirements in the case of a balanced diet, it may be possible to deviate from the maximum quantities and minimum quantities to be observed in accordance with Annex 6. The labelling of the food must contain an indication of these deviations and the justification for it.(6) Accounting diets intended for infants must comply with the requirements for infant and follow-on formulae in Annex 10 and 11 in their composition, with the exception of the nutrients referred to in Annex 6, provided that the special The purpose of this is not to preclude this. Non-official table of contents

§ 14c

(1) Infant formulae and follow-on formulae may only be manufactured and placed on the market. if
1.
does not produce any substances other than those listed in Appendix 9 for their manufacture; and Substances compounds have been used in accordance with the restrictions laid down in order to meet the requirements for vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other nitrogen compounds and other substances for particular nutritional uses , and
2.
for the preparation of the ready-to-eat foodstuff, if necessary, the addition of water is required.
(2) Infant formulae may be used shall be manufactured and placed on the market, subject to the provisions of paragraph 3, only if
1.
for their production as protein sources, no other protein sources other than those found in Appendix 10, No. 2, as well as only those ingredients whose suitability for use in the particular nutrition of infants from birth is demonstrated by generally accepted scientific evidence, and
2.
in their composition, the Appendix 10 minimum quantities and maximum quantities, based on the ready-to-eat product, as well as the other restrictions on the use of ingredients and the additional requirements to be met by the composition ; for the calculation of the minimum and maximum quantities of the constituents, the values of amino acids laid down in Appendix 12 must be taken into account in breast milk.
The suitability for the purposes of the first sentence of 1 (1) shall be demonstrated by a systematic evaluation of the available data in relation to the expected benefits and safety considerations, and, where appropriate, by appropriate studies, based on recommendations generally accepted by professionals have been carried out for the design and implementation of such studies.(3) Insofar as the infant formulae referred to in paragraph 2 are taken from the
1.
in Appendix 10, point 2.1. Cow ' s milk proteins or goat milk proteins with a protein content between the minimum value and 0.5 g/100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal) or
2.
in Appendix 10, point 2.2 Protein hydrolysates described above with a protein content between the minimum value and 0.56 g/100 kJ (2.25 g/100 kcal)
may only be placed on the market if their suitability for the particular nutritional use of Infants have been identified by studies carried out on the basis of generally accepted recommendations for the design and conduct of such studies. The products referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 2 shall comply with the specifications laid down in Annex 24.(4) follow-on formulae may also be manufactured and placed on the market only if
1.
is their production as protein sources has not been used other than the sources of protein specified in Annex 11 (2) and, furthermore, only those ingredients which are suitable for the particular nutritional use of infants older than six months, is demonstrated by generally accepted scientific evidence, and
2.
in its composition, the minimum quantities laid down in Appendix 11; and the maximum quantities, in relation to the ready-to-eat product, and the other restrictions laid down therein, and the additional requirements to be met by the composition; for the calculation of the minimum and minimum quantities, Maximum quantities of the constituents shall be based on the values of amino acids in breast milk laid down in Appendix 12.
The suitability for the purposes of sentence 1 No 1 shall be demonstrated by a systematic evaluation of the available data in relation to: on the expected benefits and in terms of safety considerations and, where appropriate, by appropriate studies on the design and implementation of such studies, on the basis of generally accepted recommendations in professional circles; have been carried out.(5) Where follow-on formulae, as referred to in paragraph 4, have been produced from the protein hydrolysates described in Appendix 11, point 2.2, with a protein content between the minimum value and 0.56 g/100 kJ (2.25 g/100 kcal), it may only be placed on the market if their suitability for the particular nutrition of infants has been demonstrated by studies carried out on the basis of generally accepted recommendations for the design and conduct of such studies . The specifications of Appendix 24 shall be taken into account. Non-official table of contents

§ 14d

(1) Beikost may be manufactured commercially only from ingredients that are approved by the generally accepted scientific knowledge for the particular nutritional use of infants and young children.(2) Beikost may only be manufactured and placed on the market in commercial terms if no other substances and substance compounds other than those listed in Appendix 9 have been used for their manufacture, having regard to the restrictions laid down therein. in order to comply with the requirements for vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other nitrogen compounds and other substances for particular nutritional uses.(3) Beikost may only be manufactured and placed on the market for commercial purposes if the added vitamins, minerals and trace elements are the maximum values laid down in Annex 18, in the case of potassium and calcium, on the basis of the marketed, in the other reference to the ready-to-eat product.(4) Cereals may be produced and marketed commercially only if, in its composition, it also complies with the requirements and limits laid down in Annex 19.(5) Beikost described in Appendix 20 may only be manufactured and marketed commercially, if, in its composition, it also meets the requirements and limits laid down therein. unofficial table of contents

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Awareness, Labeling and Advertising

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§ 17

(1) In the case of dietetic food in pre-packed prepackages to be labelled in accordance with the Food Labelling Regulation and those authorised in accordance with Article 7 of this Regulation, additives and other substances for nutritional or dietary purposes as defined in § 7a , the added amount of these substances, based on 100 grams, must be given in the case of liquids to 100 millilitres of the food. For the purpose of identifying added vitamins, § 8 (4) sentence 2 of the Food Labelling Regulation applies accordingly.(2) In the case of dietetic foods which are delivered in pre-packed packaging within the meaning of Article 1 (2) of the Food Labelling Regulation or loosely to the consumer and to which additives and other substances authorised in accordance with Article 7 are to be supplied to the consumer have been added for nutritional or dietary purposes in accordance with § 7a, the content of these substances shall be determined by indicating the name of the traffic and the quantity of the substance, based on 100 grams, of liquids per 100 millilitres of the substance. Food, to make it recognizable. The consumer shall be equal to restaurants, catering facilities and tradesmen to the extent that they refer to food for consumption within their premises.(3) Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to the dietetic foods covered by § § 21, 21a, 22a or 22b. Non-official table of contents

§ 18

For dietetic foods, the following information must also be provided:
1.
(omitted)
2.
dietetic foods to which additives authorised as saline salcers have been added, the words "with saline salesset",
3.
(omitted)
4.
in dietetic foods that have been added to jodized saline replacement, the "with joyed saleskit".

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§ 19

(1) Dietetic foods, other than those provided by § § 21, 21a, 22a or 22b may only be placed on the market if they are indicated on the label:
1.
the special nutritional properties belonging to the label or subject to § 3 of the special nutritional purpose;
2.
the particularities in the qualitative and quantitative composition or the particular manufacturing process by which the product has its special nutritional properties
3.
the average content of usable carbohydrates, fats and proteins, either in grams, based on 100 grams, of liquids on 100 millilitres of the food, or in hundredparts of the weight; the indication shall not be less than one hundredth;
4.
of the 100% of the food. Gram, in the case of liquids per 100 milliliters of food-related average physiological calorific value in kilojoules and kilocalories with the words " ... Kilojoule (... Kilocalories) "or" ... kJ (... kcal) "; in the case of products which only after Addition of other foodstuffs consumed is, in addition, the calorific value of 100 grams in the case of liquids to 100 millilitres of the ready-to-eat product; the calorific value is less than 50 kilojoules (12 (1) in 100 g or 100 millilitres, the information may be replaced by the indications "calorific value below 50 kJ (12 kcal) in 100 g" or "calorific value less than 50 kJ (12 kcal) in 100 ml".
Portions of portions shall be taken in addition to a portion of the information provided for in the first sentence of 1, no. 3 and 4.(2) The physiological calorific value shall be calculated in accordance with § 2 no. 3 of the Nutritional Labelling Regulation.

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§ 21 

(1) The term "Dietetic food for special medical purposes (balance-sheet diet)" for balance-sheet diets is referred to in the Food Labelling Regulation.(2) Accounting diets may be placed on the market only if they contain the following information in accordance with rate 2:
1.
the reference "to the dietetic treatment of ..." supplemented by the disease, disorder or ailment for which the foodstuff is intended,
2.
a description of the properties and characteristics to which the food is intended it owes its purpose,
3.
an indication when nutrients have been increased, decreased, removed or otherwise altered,
4.
the note that it is a diet specific to the exclusive diet or a supplemental balance sheet,
5.
the age group, if the food is intended for a particular age group,
6.
a note if the balance sheet can endanger the health of people who are not suffering from the diseases, disorders or ailments for which this balanced diet
7.
Note that the food has to be used under medical supervision
8.
a reference to certain precautions or contra-indications if interactions with other substances, in particular with medicinal products, may occur
9.
an indication that the food must not be used parenterally if this product is suitable for special nutrition.
The information in points 4 to 7 is the The words "important note" or an equally important wording must be preceded by the word "important note".(3) Accounting diets may also be placed on the market only with the following information in accordance with the rates 2 to 4:
1.
the calorific value in kilojoules (KJ) and kilocalories (kcal) as well as the content of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats,
2.
the average amount of all mineral and vitamins contained in the food and in Appendix 6,
3.
the content of components of proteins, carbohydrates and fats, or other nutrients and their ingredients, provided that this information is used for the purpose of using the product,
4.
Data on osmolality or osmolarity on balance-based diets in liquid form and
5.
Information on the origin and type of proteins and protein hydrolysates contained in the product.
In the cases of numbers 1 to 3, the figures have been given as a number based on 100 Grams or 100 millilitres of the foodstuff when placed on the market and in the case of a product which still requires the ready-to-use preparation according to the manufacturer ' s instructions, in relation to 100 grams or 100 millilitres of the ready-to-use prepared product, to be carried out. In the case of portions of a portion or a portion of portions, the data according to numbers 1 to 3 may also be given in addition to a meal or a portion of a portion of the material. In the case of supplementary balanced diets within the meaning of section 1 (4a) sentence 3 (b), the particulars referred to in points 1 to 3 relate to the product when placed on the market when the preparation is not standardised but with a variety of different products. Food is possible.(4) Accounting diets may only be placed on the market with an instruction for use, provided that it is necessary for the proper preparation, use and storage of the food after opening the finished package. Non-official table of contents

§ 21a

(1) Food for low calorie diet to reduce weight, which is used to replace a whole daily ration , only the term "daily ration for weight-controlling nourishing" may be marketed under the conditions laid down in section 25 (1) (1) of the trade mark.(2) Food for low-calorie diets for weight reduction intended to replace one or more meals in the context of a daily ration may only be used with the sales designation "meal for a weight-controlling diet" after: § 25 (1) No. 1 shall be placed on the market in commercial terms.(3) Food for low-calorie diets for weight reduction may only be placed on the market for commercial purposes if the labelling also contains the following information in accordance with section 25 (1) (1). style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
the necessary information about the correct preparation of the product, combined with the reference to the Requirement of compliance,
2.
Information on the potential removal effect of the product, if it is based on the manufacturer's instructions for daily revenue of more than 20 g polyalcohols, and
3.
a reference to the requirement of a sufficient daily liquid uptake.
(4) Food for Low-calorie diets for weight reduction may only be placed on the market for commercial purposes if the labelling contains the following information in accordance with section 25 (1) (1) style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
the calorific value in kilojoules and kilocalories, as well as the protein, carbohydrate, and fat content the quantity of the ready-to-use product indicated and
2.
the average quantity of the minerals and vitamins listed in Annex 17, point 7, per specified quantity of the ready-to-use product.
(5) Food for low-calorie diets intended to reduce weight, intended to replace a whole daily ration, may only be placed on the market if the labelling is based on: In accordance with § 25 (1) (1)
1.
, the product must all be required for a day Nutrients in an appropriate quantity, and
2.
the warning that the product will not be used for more than three weeks without a medical advice may,
contain(6) Food for low-calorie diets intended to reduce weight, intended to replace one or more meals in the context of the daily ration, may only be placed on the market in commercial terms if the labelling is in accordance with § 1 (1)
1.
Data on the percentage of the daily dose of the plant in Appendix 17, No. 7 , as far as Annex 1 to the Nutritional Labelling Regulation is concerned, daily doses, and
2.
indicate that the product is only available in the A low-calorie diet meets the intended purpose and other foods must be part of this diet,
.(7) Foods for low-calorie diets for weight reduction may not be marketed on a commercial basis with
1.
Information on the time required for a possible weight loss or
2.
information on the amount of a possible weight loss.
For food as set out in the first sentence, the information referred to in this section shall be subject to the following information: will not be advertised.(8) § 14a (4) shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

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(1) For dietetic foods for infants or toddlers, the amount of the food required for a meal must be Foodstuff is indicated. If the food contains d-lactic acid or dl-lactic acid, the reference "Do not use for infants in the first three months of life" is also required.(2) In the case of products according to § 14 para. 2 no. 5, with the exception of malt extract, specify
1.
the content of Monosaccharides and disaccharides in hundredparts,
2.
Note "Do not use in addition to pre-filled foods for infants and infants" in conjunction with the Name,
3.
further notice "only for healthy infants and infants", provided that the content of monosaccharides is more than 5 hundredths.
(3) The information referred to in the second sentence of the second sentence of paragraph 1 and 2 (2) and (3) must also be clearly visible and easily legible on the order forms on the order forms, including on the order forms, in the case of mail order. Non-official table of contents

§ 22a

(1) Dietetic foods intended as infant formulae may only be used with the sales name "infant formulae" shall be placed on the market; if their protein content consists exclusively of cow ' s milk protein or goat ' s milk protein, they may be placed on the market only by means of the sales designation 'Infant milk formula'. Dietary foods intended as follow-on formulae may be placed on the market only with the name "follow-on formula"; if their protein content consists exclusively of cow ' s milk protein or goat ' s milk protein, they may only be placed on the market. be placed on the market with the name "Folgemilch".(2) Products referred to in paragraph 1 may also be placed on the market only if the marking is
1.
in infant formula and follow-on formula
a)
the necessary information about the intended use of the product,
b)
a guide For the right preparation and disposal of the product,
c)
a guide for proper storage,
d)
a warning against the adverse health effects of inappropriate preparation and storage,
e)
the specification of the physiological calorific value expressed in kilojoules and kilocalories, the protein, carbohydrate and fat content per 100 millilitres of the ready-to-eat product in
f)
an indication of the average quantity of all the minerals and vitamins listed in Annexes 10 and 11, and, where appropriate, the amount of choline, Inositol and carnitine per 100 milliliters of ready-to-eat product in numbers
2.
in infant formula,
a)
indicating that the product is suitable for the particular nutritional use of infants from birth, if they are not breastfed, and
b)
a clearly visible and "important" reference to the superiority of breastfeeding, in conjunction with the recommendation, the product is only to the advice of independent experts in the field of medicine, nutrition or medicinal products, or other people responsible for infant and child care
3.
in follow-on formula
a)
the warning Notice that the product is suitable only for the particular diet of infants aged at least six months, only to be part of a mixed diet and not as a substitute for breast milk during the first six months of life , and
b)
indicating that the decision to start using co-foods in general or, in exceptional cases, in the first six months of the year, is not Only to the Council of independent experts in the field of medicine, nutrition or medicinal products or other persons responsible for infant and child care, and taking into account the growth and development requirements of the individual
(3) Products referred to in paragraph 1 may not be placed on the market if the marking is marked
1.
in infant formula and follow-on formula
a)
the terms "humanized", "maternised", "adapted", or similar terms,
b)
information provided by the Breast-feeding
2.
in infant formula
a)
Images of infants or the use of the product idealising other illustrations or wordings other than drawings for easier identification of the product or to the Presentation of preparation methods,
b)
other than the nutrition and health claims used in Appendix 15, or
c)
the information specified in Appendix 15 if the product does not meet the requirements set out there for the use of this information
(4) If: In addition to the numerical data, further information on the vitamins and minerals listed in Appendix 16 must be provided, as a percentage of the reference values referred to in Appendix 16, based on 100 millilitres of the ready-to-eat product. Non-official table of contents

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(1) Beikost may only be placed on the market for commercial purposes if the marking is subject to the conditions laid down in section 25 (1) (a). 1 (1)
1.
Data from which, after the completion of the fourth month of life, the co-food is may be used,
2.
Details of gluten content or gluten freedom in the case of supplements intended for infants aged under six months and
3.
contains the necessary information about the preparation of the product, combined with a reference to the importance of its compliance,
.(2) Beikost may also be placed on the market for commercial purposes only if, in accordance with § 25 (1) (1) (1) (1
1) (1) (1
(1) (1) (1
), the marking style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none;"> the physiological calorific value expressed in kilojoules and kilocalories, the content of protein, carbohydrates and fat per 100 g or 100 ml of the product to be delivered to the consumer Product and in the case of fixed units of consumption per unit of consumption,
2.
the average content of the product in each of the plants 19 or 20 for the product concerned and vitamins per 100 g or 100 ml of the product to be delivered to the consumer and in the case of fixed units of consumption per unit of consumption
.In the case of nutrients listed in Appendix 9 and not included in the labelling in accordance with paragraph 2 (2), it may be placed on the market only if the average content of the nutrients in the labelling is 100%. A gram or 100 millilitre of the product to be delivered to the consumer and in the case of defined consumption units per unit of consumption is indicated.(4) If a percentage of the reference value of vitamins and minerals listed in Appendix 21 is specified, it may be marketed only if the content of the specified vitamins and minerals is at least 15 Percentage of the reference values indicated therein, and the content of each 100 g or 100 millilitre of the product to be delivered to the consumer, and at the prescribed consumption units per unit of consumption, is indicated. unofficial table of contents

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(1) (omitted) (2) (omitted) (3) saline replacement is considered as a "salted saline substitute", jodized saline substitute To mark "jodized saline replacement". In the case of potassium-containing saline substitute, the following should be stated:
1.
the content of potassium in the hundredth parts of the Weight,
2.
the warning "in the case of potassium disturbances, especially in the case of renal insufficiency, only use after medical consultation".
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§ 24

For dietetic foods for sodium-sensitive foods, you must specify the use of potassium-containing saline salesset:
1.
The content of potassium in milligrams, based on 100 grams, of liquids to 100 milliliters of the Food,
2.
The warning "in the case of potassium disturbances, especially in the case of renal insufficiency, only after medical consultation".

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§ 25

(1) In the case of pre-packaged food products to be labelled in accordance with the Food labelling Regulation,
1.
the information according to § 13 para. 3, § 14b para. 5 sentence 2, § 19 para. 1, § 21 paragraph 2, § 22 para. 1 and 2, § 22a para. 1 and 2 nos. 1 and 2 as well as the § § 23 and 24 in clearly visible 2.
The information in accordance with § 17 (1) and § 21 (3) sentence 1 no. 5 in connection with the indication of the substance in the case according to § 3 paragraph 1 no. 3 of the Food labelling regulation prescribed list of ingredients,
3.
the information according to § 18, § 21 (2) sentence 1, no. 1, 3 and 4 in conjunction with that according to § 3
1 (1) of the Regulation on the labelling of foodstuffs as required by the Regulation on the labelling of foodstuffs The indication in accordance with section 22 (1) sentence 1 may take place at a different place of the pre-filled package, if this is particularly pointed out. In addition, Section 3 (3), first sentence, of the Food Labelling Regulation applies accordingly.(2) The particulars referred to in Article 21 (3), first sentence, Nos. 1 to 4, and sentences 2 to 4, and (4), may be made in a record attached to the pre-filled package, when reference is made to the ready-to-use package in a clearly visible way.(3) In the case of foodstuffs which are delivered in pre-packed packaging within the meaning of Article 1 (2) of the Food Labelling Regulation or loosely to the consumer, the information must be provided in accordance with § 13 para. 3, § 17 para. 2, § § 18, and 19 para. 1 and § 24 on signs. , which are clearly visible or are to be placed on or in addition to the goods for the consumer. The consumer shall be equal to restaurants, catering facilities and tradesmen to the extent that they refer to food for consumption within their premises.(4) In the case of foodstuffs which are not delivered in pre-packed packaging for consumption on the spot, the information according to Article 17 (2) as well as § § 18 and 19 (1) shall suffices. With regard to the manner of information, § 9 of the Additive Authorisation Regulation applies accordingly. Non-official table of contents

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(1) § 22a (2) (1) (a) and (2) (b) and (3) (1) and (2) are applicable to advertising.(2) In addition, it is prohibited to advertise infant formulae which are dedicated to
1.
in other than scientific or infant care. publications,
2.
contains other than subject-related and scientific information; these may not give the impression or suggest that: Bottle feeding of breast milk is equivalent or superior, or
3.
the consumer by distributing samples, giving free or cheap products or by means of other additional incentives, whether directly or indirectly via institutions or persons acting in the health care system, for purchase.
(3) Written or audiovisual material on the diet of infants, which is pregnant women and mothers of infants and young children for information and training purposes, and indirectly serving as advertising for infant formulae or follow-on formulae, may only be distributed if there is clear information about:
1.
The benefits and benefits of breastfeeding,
2.
the diet of the mother and the Preparation for breastfeeding and possibilities to continue breastfeeding,
3.
the possible negative effect of the additional bottle feed on the Silent,
4.
the difficulty of unclosing, undoing, undoing,
5.
If necessary, the proper use of infant formula.
(4) If the material referred to in paragraph 3 is used to provide information on the use of In addition, it may only be distributed if it provides information on the social and financial implications of this use and on the risk to health arising from the use of not as Foods suitable for infant formulae, by inappropriate dietary methods and by improper use of infant formula.(5) It is prohibited to distribute material within the meaning of paragraph 3, in or on the images used to idealize the use of infant formulae.(6) Manufacturers and distributors of infant formulae and follow-on formulae shall be prohibited from distributing items free of charge for information and training purposes, which may be indirectly used to promote infant formulae or follow-on formulae. This does not apply if these items are made available on request via institutions operating in the health care system. In this case, these items may not be marked with trade marks for infant formulae or follow-on formulae. The other requirements for distribution are governed by the law of the country.

Fifth section
Crime and Administrative Offences

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(1) According to § 58 (1) no. 18, para. 4 to 6 of the Food and Feed Code, you will be punished who intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 7a or § 7b para. 1 sentence 1, a substance is used or added,
2.
a)
(omitted)
b)
(omitted)
c)
contrary to § 13 para. 1 sentence 1 dietetic food for
(d
dietary foods for infants or young children who do not comply with the requirements referred to in Article 14 (2),
e)
contrary to § 14a para. 1 or 2 foods for low-calorie diets for weight reduction,
f)
contrary to § 14b para. 2 or 3 balanced diets,
g)
contrary to § 14c para. 1, 2 sentence 1 or para. 3 sentence 1 Infant formula (s),
h)
contrary to § 14c (1), (4) sentence 1, or (5) sentence 1, follow-on formulae, or
i)
contrary to § 14d para. 2, 3, 4 or 5 Beikost
commercially manufactures or puts on the market,
3.
Food of general consumption which does not meet the requirements of § 14 paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 2 para. 2 sentence 2, with an indication that they are for infants or Small children are suitable for commercial purposes, or
3a.
(dropped)
4.
contrary to § 22b para. 1 no. 2 Beikost is commercially available on the market.
(2) According to § 59 (1) No. 21 (a) of the Food and Feed Code, it will be punished who
1.
An indication in accordance with § 4a (1) sentence 1 not, not correct or not in time
2.
Rejected to a fully-retractable arrangement in accordance with § 4a, paragraph 6,
3.
jodized saleskit, other dietetic foods with an addition of iodine compounds or dietary foods intended for use as a balanced diet, without Approval pursuant to § 11 para. 1 sentence 1 manufactured or
4.
Food without which according to
a)
(omitted)
b)
(omitted)
c)
(omitted)
d)
(omitted)
e)
§ 21a para. 3 No. 3 or para. 5 no. 2,
f)
§ 22 para. 1 sentence 2, para. 2 no. 2 or 3 or para. 3, also in Connection with § 2 para. 2 sentence 2,
g)
§ 22a para. 2 no. 1 letter d or no. 3 (a),
h)
§ 23 para. 3 sentence 2 No. 2 or
i)
§ 24 Nr. 2
mandatory warning on the industrial scale Transport.
(3) According to Article 59 (1) (21) (a) of the Food and Feed Code, it is punishable who is to be placed on the market in the commercial production of foodstuffs intended to be placed on the market, Additives in excess of the quantitative limits laid down in § 6 sentence 3, § 7 (1) sentence 3 in conjunction with Appendix 2 or § 9 (1) sentence 2, subsection 2 sentence 2 or para. 3 sentence 2.(4) In accordance with Article 59 (1) (21) (a) of the Food and Feed Code, it shall be punished who places dietary foods on the market for which a content of additives or other substances is to be placed on the basis of nutritional physiology. or for dietary purposes, contrary to § 17 (1) sentence 1 or (2), § 18 sentence 1 or § 25, or not, or is not identified in the prescribed manner.(5) In accordance with Section 59 (1) (21) (a) of the Food and Feed Code, it shall be punished who
1.
contrary to § 2 para. 1 in the traffic with or in advertising for food products of general consumption, illegal designations, specifications or elevations used,
2.
a)
contrary to § 2 para. 4 there Alcoholic beverages referred to as dietetic foods or with a reference to a particular nutritional purpose,
b)
contrary to § 7 para. 2 foodstuffs with a Addition of the additives of Appendix 2 below the minimum quantities specified there,
c)
(omitted)
d)
Food that does not meet the requirements of § 13 para. 1 sentence 2 or para. 2, with the label mentioned there,
e)
Food, which is not marked in the prescribed manner, contrary to § 13 para. 3 or § 14b para. 5 sentence 2, also in conjunction with § 25, not or not in the prescribed manner ,
f)
Diets without the required information are placed on the market in breach of § 21 para. 2,
g)
contrary to § 21a para. 1, 2 or 6 no. 2 or para. 7 sentence 1 food for low calorie diet for weight reduction or
h)
contrary to § 22a (1), 2 Nos. 2, 3 (b) or (3) a dietetic food
commercially available or
3.
contrary to § 21a paragraph 7 sentence 2 advertising.
(6) Anyone who is negligent in committing an act referred to in paragraphs 2 to 5 shall act in accordance with Section 60 (1) of the Food and Agriculture Committee. Animal feed legislation.(7) Contrary to the rules of section 60 (2) (26) (a) of the Food and Feed Code, who intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to
a)
§ 19 para. 1,
b)
§ 21 (3) sentence 1 or (4),
c)
§ 21a (3) No.1 or 2, para. 4, 5 no. 1, or 6 (6) (1),
d)
§ 22a (2) (1) (a), (b), (e) or (f) or
e)
§ 22b (1) no. 1 or 3 or para. 2
a dietetic foodstuff is placed on the market or
2.
contrary to § 22b para. 3 or 4 co-foods on the market ,
3.
contrary to § 25a, paragraph 2, no. 1 or 2, advertising,
4.
contrary to § 25a, paragraph 2 3, para. 3, 4, 5 or 6, sentence 1, an object or material is distributed.
(8) Contrary to the law pursuant to Section 60 (2) (26) (b) of the Food and Feed Code, who intentionally or negligently is contrary to § 4 (3) (b) of the Food and Feed Code. 1, § 14a (3) or § 22a (2) (1) (c), a foodstuff is placed on the market for commercial purposes.

Sixth Section
Final Provisions

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§ 27

The provisions of the Butterfly Regulation and the Honey Ordinance remain unaffected. The provisions of other legal regulations concerning the production and placing on the market of foodstuffs shall remain unaffected in so far as the provisions of this Regulation are not contrary to the provisions of this Regulation. non-official table of contents

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(1) Products that this Regulation will have in the up to 31 December period. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, It will be placed on the market in December 2009.(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, products within the meaning of section 14b (6) shall be allowed to apply to this Regulation in the period up to 31 December 2008. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, It will be placed on the market in December 2011.(3) Up to the end of the 14. In August 2008, products may be subject to the following conditions: up to 14 It was first placed on the market for the first time in February 2008, and then continued to be placed on the market until stocks were dismantled.(4) Dietetic foods for diabetics, which are covered by this Regulation in the period up to 8. The new version of the Directive, which is in force in October 2010, may be up to They will be placed on the market in October 2012. After the expiry of the transitional period, the dietary foods not covered by this Regulation may be sold for diabetics up to the date of their minimum durability. unofficial table of contents

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Appendix 2 (to § 7 para. 1, § § 7a and 7b)
Additives and other substances that allow dietetic foods to be used for nutritional or dietetic purposes

(find site: BGBl. I 2005, 1177-1183;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
fabric Usage Maximum quantities (except for balance-sheet diets 1)) Minimum quantities (except for balance-sheet diets 1)
Category 1
Vitamins
Vitamin A
-Retinol
-Retinylacetate
-Retinylpalmitate
a)
for dietetic foods intended for use as a meal or a Place a meal or a daily ration for low-calorie diets for weight reduction, total up to 0.9 milligrams per meal, and up to 1.8 milligrams per daily ration, calculated as retinol
b)
for margarine and mixed fat products in total up to 10 milligrams per kilogram, calculated as retinol
c)
for auxiliary foods that for pregnant and breast-feeding, not more than 1.1 milligrams per day consumed, calculated as retinol
c)
at least 0.3 milligrams in the case of additional food intended for pregnant and breast-feeding the daily consumption, calculated as retinol
d)
(wegfallen)
e)
(omitted)
-Beta-Carotene *)
Vitamin D
-Vitamin D3
(Cholecalciferol)
-Vitamin D2
(Ergocalciferol)
a)
in dietetic foods for use as a meal or as a meal or as a meal or as a Daily ration for low-calorie diets for weight reduction are determined, overall up to 1.6 micrograms per meal and up to 5 micrograms per daily ration, calculated as calciferol
b)
in margarine and mixed fat products a total of up to 25 micrograms per kilogram, calculated as calciferol
c)
(wegfallen)
Vitamin E
-D-alpha-Tocopherol *)
-DL-alpha-Tocopherol *)
-D-alpha-Tocopheryl acetate
-DL-alpha-tocopheryl acetate
D-alpha-Tocopherylacid succinate
Vitamin K
-Phylloquinon *)
(Phytomenadion *))
Vitamin B1
-Thiamine hydrochloride
-Thiaminmononitrat
Vitamin B2
-Riboflavin *)
-Riboflavin-5 '-phosphate, sodium
Niacin
-Nicotinic acid
-Nicotinamide
Pantothenic acid
-Calcium-Dpantothenat
-Sodium-Dpantothenat
-D-Panthenol *)
Vitamin B6
-pyridoxine hydrochloride
-pyridoxin-5 '-phosphate-pyridoxindipalmitate
Folate
-Calcium-L-methylfolat 
-Vitamin B9 *) (Pteroylglutamic acid *))
Vitamin B12 
-cyanocobalamin *)
-Hydroxocobalamin
Biotin 
-D-Biotin *)
Vitamin C
- L-Ascorbinic acid *) 
-sodium-L-ascorbate
-Calcium-L-ascorbate
-potassium-L-ascorbate
-L-Ascorbyl-6-palmitat
Category 2
Mineral materials
Calcium 
-Calcium carbonate
-Calcium chloride
-Calcium salts of the
Citric acid
-Calcium gluconat
-Calcium glycerophosphat
-Calcium lactate
-Calcium salts of the
Orthophosphoric acid
-Calcium hydroxide
-Calcium Oxide
-Calcium sulphate
Magnesium
-Magnesium acetate
-Magnesium-Laspartat only for balance-sheet diets
-Magnesium carbonate
-Magnesium chloride
-Magnesium salts of the 
Citric acid
-magnesium gluconate
-Magnesium-
glycerophosphat
-Magnesium salts of the
Orthophosphoric acid
-Magnesium lactate
-Magnesium hydroxide I
-Magnesium Oxide
-magnesium sulfate
Iron
-Eisencarbonate
-Eisencitrat
-Eisenammonium citrate
-Eisenfumarate
-Iron lactate
-Eisengluconat
-Eisenbisglycinat
-Ice Sodium Diphosphate
-Iron diphosphate
(Iron pyrophosphate)
-Eisensaccharat
-Eisensulfate
-Elementares iron
(Carbonyl + electrolytic + hydrogen reduced)
Copper
-Kupfercarbonate
-Kupfercitrat
-Kupfergluconat
-Copper sulfate
-Copper lysine complex
Jod
-Potassium Iodide-Potassium Iodate-Sodium Iodide-Sodium iodate Only the potassium compounds may be used in the joyful saline substitute .
a)
at dietetic foods for use as meal or in
a)
(omitted)
as
a meal or a day- Metering or instead
a
ration intended for overweight and offered in formulated form as powder, granules or ready-to-drink, no more than 300 micrograms in relation to the daily consumption, calculated as iodinemeal or daily ration for overweight, and in formulated form as powder, granules or ready-to-drink , at least 130 micrograms referred to the daily consumption, calculated as iodine
b)
(omitted)
b)
(omitted)
c)
(omitted)
c)
for cereal-based foods for infants or toddlers in total, at least 100 micrograms per kilogram of the finished product, calculated as Jod
d)
for jointed cooking salesset no more than 25 milligrams of iodine per kilogram jodized chef's salesset
d)
for joted Cooking salesset at least 15 milligrams of iodine per kilogram of jodized saline salesset
Zinc
-Zinc acetate 
-zinc carbonate
-zinc chloride
- Zinc citrate
-zinc gluconate
-Zinklactat 
-Zinc Oxide
-zinc sulfate
manganese
-Mangancarbonate
-Manganchloride
-Mangancitrat
-Mangangluconat
-Manganglycerophosphat 
-Mangansulfate
sodium
-sodium bicarbonate
-sodium carbonate
-Sodium chloride *)
-sodium citrate
-sodium gluconate
-sodium lactate
-Sodium Hydroxide
-sodium salts of the
Orthophosphoric acid
Potassium
-potassium bicarbonate
-potassium carbonate
-Potassium chloride
-Potassium Citrate
-potassium gluconat
-Potassium glycerophosphat
-potassium hydroxide
-potassium lactate
-Potassium salts of the
Orthophosphoric acid
Selen
-sodium selenate 
-sodium hydrogenselenit
-sodium selenit
Chrome (III) and
Hexahydrate
-Chrome (III) chloride
-Chrome (III) sulfate
molybdenum (VI)
-ammonium molybdate
-Sodium Molybdate
Fluorine
-potassium fluoride
-sodium fluoride
Category 3 
amino acids
-L-Alanin
- L-Arginine
-L-Asparaginic acid only for balance-sheet diets
-L-Citrullin only for balance-sheet diets
-L-Cystein
-L-Cystin
-L-Histidin
-L-glutamic acid 
-L-Glutamine
-Glycine only for balance-sheet diets
-L-Isoleucine 
-L-Leucine
-L-Lysin
- L-Lysinacetate
-L-Methionin
-L-Ornithin 
-L-phenylalanin
-L-Prolin only for balance-sheet diets
-L-Serin only for balance-sheet diets
-L-Threonin 
-L-Tryptophan
-L-Tyrosin
- L-Valin
-L-Arginin-L-Aspartat only for balance-sheet diets
-L-Lysine-L-Aspartat only for balance-sheet diets
-L-Lysine-L-Glutamat only for balance-sheet diets
-N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine only for balance-sheet diets
-N-Acetyl-L-methionine only for balance-sheet diets that are intended for people older than 1 year
On permitted amino acids can also be used for the sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium salts as well as their hydrochlorides.
Category 4
Carnitin and Taurin
-L-Carnitin *)
-L-Carnitine hydrochloride 
-L-Carnitin-L-Tartrate 
-Taurin
Category 5
Nucleotide
-Adenosine-5 '-phosphoric acid (AMP)
-Sodium Salts
from AMP
-Cytidin-5 '-monophosphoric acid (CMP)
- Sodium salts
from CMP 
-Guanosin-5 'phosphoric acid (GMP)
- Sodium salts of GMP 
-Inosin-5 '-phosphoric acid (IMP)
-Sodium salts of IMP
-Uridin-5 '-phosphoric acid (UMP)
-Sodium salts of UMP
Category 6
Choline and Inosit
-Cholin *)
-Choline chloride
-Cholincitrate
-Cholintartrate
-Inosit 
Other fabrics
-Agar-Agar
-St. John's bread
-Guarkernmehl
for dietetic foods intended for use as a meal or in place of a meal or a daily ration for low-calorie diets for weight reduction A total of up to 30 grams per kilogram of the finished product, including the possibly quantities added for technological purposes
-Pektin
-amidite pectin
for dietetic foods used for use as Meal or in place of a meal or as a daily ration for low-calorie diets for weight reduction are determined a total of up to 50 grams per kilogram of ready-to-eat products, including where appropriate volumes added for technological purposes
-Johannisbrotkernmehl
-Guarkernmehl
-Pektin
amidated pectin
-lecithin
for food, suitable for the treatment of infant dyspepsia A total of up to 10 grams per kilogram of ready-to-use Product
1) The maximum and minimum amounts of substances used for balance-sheet diets in accordance with the quantity limits defined by § 14b in conjunction with Appendix 6.
*)
The fabrics so marked are not additives.
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Appendix 3 (to § 9)
For dietetic foods as cooking salesset approved additives

Fundstelle des Originaltextes: 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; monocalium phosphate; adipic acid; glutamic acid;
2.
Potassium Sulphate;
3.
the choline salts of acetic acid, carbonic acid, lactic acid, hydrochloric acid, tartaric acid, and citric acid;
4.
Potassium guanylate and caliuminosinate.
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appendix 4 (to § (11a)
Official certificate for the movement of iodinated saline replacement, of other dietetic foods with the addition of iodine compounds or of dietetic foods intended for use as a balance-sheet diet

(Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2005, 1185)
Country of origin: ................................................................
issuing authority: .........................................................

I. Identification of the goods:
Type of goods: ............................................................
Product name of the goods: .............................................................
Number of packages of consignment: .......................................................
Quantity of goods by weight: ..............................................
Marking of the consignment: .......................................................

II. Origin of the goods:
Name and address of the manufacturing plant: ............................
Name and address of the sender: ........................................................

III. Destination of goods:
Name and address of consignee: .......................................................
The goods are dispatched by: ............................................................

to: ............................................
(destination)

IV. Certificate
The signatory authority shall certify *):
a) that the above-indicated saline substitute under
use of potassium and/or potassium chloride (s). sodium iodate, and
is at least 15 milligrams, but not more than 25 milligrams
iodine per kilogram of iodinated feed salt, including
of a natural iodine content,
b) that the foodstuff referred to above with a
addition of the foodstuff in Appendix 2
, and
c) that the above
iodine connections are established and the minimum quantities
in Appendix 2 are not exceeded
and maximum levels are not exceeded,
c) , which is intended for use as a balanced diet for use in the
, is in accordance with the
of Section 14b of the Dietary Regulation.

.......................... .....................
(location and date) (service seal) (responsible authority)

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Appendix 6 (to § 14b) Mindest and maximum amounts of minerals, trace elements and vitamins on balanced diets, related to the ready-to-eat product

(Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2005, 1186;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
2)
The calcium/phosphorus ratio shall not be less than 1.2 and not more than 2.0.
infants Other than infants
Minimum quantity relative to 100 KJ Maximum quantity based on 100 KJMinimum quantity based on 100 kcalMaximum quantity based on 100 KcalMinimum quantity relative to 100 KJMaximum quantity relative to 100 KJ minimum quantity based on 100 kcalmaximum amount based on 100 kcal
vitamins
Vitamin A (myg RE)1443 601808,44335180
Vitamin D (myg)0.250,7513 0.120.65/0.52 ,5/3
0.75 1)1)
Vitamin K (myg)15 4200.8553.520
Vitamin C (mg)1.96825 0,545,252,2522
Thiamin (mg) 0.010.0750.040.30.015 0.120.060.5
riboflavin (mg)0.0140.1 0,060,450.020,12 0.080.5
Vitamin B6 (mg)0,0090.0750.035 0.30.020,120,080.5
Niacin (mg NE)0.20.750.83 0.220.750.93
folic acid (myg)1 64252.512,5 1050
Vitamin B12 (myg)0.0250.12 0.10.50.0170.170.070.7
Panthothenic acid
(mg) 0.070.50.320.35 0.350.151.5
biotin (myg)0.45 1.5200,181,8 0.757.5
Vitamin E (mg alpha-TE)0 ,5/g0,75 0.5/g30 ,5/g0.750 ,5/g3
multiply unsaturated fatty acid, expressed as linoleic acid, re, not less than 0.1 mg per 100 usable polyunsaturated fatty acid, expressed as linoleic acid, re, not less than 0.1 mg per 100 usablepolyunsaturated Fatty acids, expressed as linoleic acid, re, not less than 0.1 mg per 100 usablepolyunsaturated fatty acid, expressed as linoleic acid, re, Not less than 0.1 mg per 100 usable
KJ KcalKJKcal
Mineral Materials
sodium (mg)5 1420607,242 30175
Chlorid (mg)122950 1257,24230175
Potassium (mg)153560145 197080295
Calcium (mg)12 60502508,4/42/ 35/175/
 12 1)60 1)50 1) 250 1)
Phosphorus (mg)6 2)22 2)25 2) 90 2) 7,2193080
Magnesium (mg) 1.23.65151.8 67.525
Iron (mg)0,12 0.50.520.120.5 0.52
zinc (mg)0.120.60.5 2,40,120,360.51,5
Copper (myg)4,82920120 1512560500
Jod (myg)1,2 8,45351,558,4 6.535
Selen (myg)0.250.7 130.62.52.510
manganese (myg)0.25251100 1212050500
chrome (myg) 2.5100.33.6 1.255
molybdenum (myg)2.5100.724.33.518
Fluorid (mg) 0.050.2 0.050.2
1)
For Products intended for children from 1 to 10 years of age.
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asset 8 (to § 4a para. 1)

(site: BGBl. I 2005, 1187;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Groups of foods for which individual regulations are made
1.infant formula and follow-on formula
2.Cereal food and other supplements for infants and toddlers
3. Food with low or reduced calorific value for weight monitoring
4.Food for special medical purposes (balanced diets)
5.Low-sodium, low-sodium, low sodium, or sodium-free are
6.Gluten-free food
7.Food for intensive muscle effort, especially for athletes
8.Food for people suffering from a change in glucose metabolism (Diabetic
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Appendix 9 (to § 7 para. 1 no. 2, § 7b, § 14c paragraph 1, § 14d para. 2, § 22b para. 3)

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 1188-1190;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

1. Vitamines
Vitamin Vitamine compound not allowed for use on
Vitamin A Retinyl acetate
Retinylpalmitate
beta-caroteneinfant formula and follow-on formula
Retinol
Vitamin DVitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol)
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)
Vitamin B1 Thiamine hydrochloride
Thiaminnitrat
Vitamin B2Riboflavin
Riboflavin-5 '-phosphate-
sodium 
Niacinnicotinic acid amide
Nicotinic acid
Vitamin B6pyridoxine hydrochloride
pyridoxin-5 '-phosphate
pyridoxine palmitateinfant formula and follow-on formula
folic acid Folate
Pantothenic acidCalcium-D-pantothenat
sodium-D-pantothenat
Dexpanthenol
Vitamin B12cyanocobalamin 
Hydroxocobalamin
Biotin D-Biotin
Vitamin CL-Ascorbinic acid
sodium-L-ascorbate
Calcium-L-ascorbate
6-Palmitoyl-L-ascorbic acid
(L-Ascorbylpalmitate)
potassium ascorbate
Vitamin ED-Alpha-tocopherol
DL-Alpha-tocopherol
D-Alpha-tocopherylacetate
DL-Alpha-tocopherylacetate
Vitamin KPhylloquinone (Phytomenadione)
2. mineral substances
Mineralstoff Mineral compounds not allowed for use on
Calcium (Ca) Calcium carbonate
Calcium chloride
calcium citrate
calcium gluconat
Calcium glycerophosphate
calcium lactate
Calcium orthophosphate
Calcium Oxide Infant formula and follow-on formula
Calcium hydroxide
Magnesium (Mg) Magnesium carbonate
Magnesium chloride
magnesium lactateinfant formula and follow-on formula
Magnesium Oxide
Magnesium orthophosphate
Magnesium sulfate
Magnesium gluconate
Magnesium glycerophosphateInfant infant formula and follow-on formula
Magnesium hydroxide 
Magnesium citrate
Iron (Fe)elemental Ironinfant formula and follow-on formula
Iron-II-bisglycinateBeikost
Iron-II-carbonateinfant formula and Sequence guide
Iron II citrate
Iron II gluconate
Iron-II-lactate
Iron-II-sulfate
Iron-II-ammonium citrate
Iron-II-fumarate
Iron-III-diphosphate
Iron-III-saccharat Infant formula and follow-on formula
Ice Sodium DiphosphateInfant formula and follow-on formula
Copper (Cu)Copper citrate
Kupfergluconat
Copper sulfate
Copper lysine complex
Copper carbonate
Jod (I)Potassium Iodide
Sodium iodide
potassium jodat
Sodium IodateInfant Formula and follow-on formula
Zinc (Zn)Zinc acetate
zinc chloride
Zinklactate
Zinc Sulfate
Zinc citrate
zinc gluconate
Zinc Oxide
manganese (Mn)manganese-II-carbonate 
manganese-II-chloride
Manganese-II-Citrate
Manganese-II-Sulfate
manganese-II-gluconat
manganese-II-glycerophosphateinfant formula and Sequence Guide
Sodium (Na)Sodium hydrogencarbonateBeikost
sodium chloride
sodium citrate
Sodium gluconate
sodium carbonate
sodium lactate
Sodium Orthophosphate
Sodium hydroxide
potassium (K)potassium bicarbonate Beikost
Potassium CarbonateBeikost
Potassium chloride
Potassium Citrate
potassium gluconate
potassium glycerophosphateinfant formula and Sequence guide
potassium lactate
potassium orthophosphate Beikost
Potassium HydroxideBeikost
Selenium (Se) Sodium selenateBeikost
sodium selenite
3. Amino acids and their compounds as well as other nitrogen-containing compounds
fabric Not allowed for use on
L-Arginin and its hydrochlorideinfant formula and Followup1)
L-Cystin and its hydrochloride
L-histidine and its hydrochloride
L-Isoleucine and its hydrochloride
L-Leucine and its Hydrochloride
L-Lysine and its hydrochloride
L-Cystein and its hydrochloride
L-Methionine
L-phenylalanin
L-Threonin
L-Tryptophan
L-Tyrosin
L-Valin
L-Carnitin and its hydrochloride
L-Carnitin-L-TartrateBeikost
TaurinBeikost
Cytidin-5 '-monophosphate and its sodium saltBeikost
Uridin-5 '-monophosphat and its sodium saltBeikost
adenosine 5'-monophosphate and its sodium salt Beikost
Guanosin-5 '-monophosphat and its sodium saltBeikost
Inosin-5 '-monophosphate and its sodium saltBeikost
4. Other Fabrics
Choline
Choline Chloride
Choline Citrate
Cholintartrate
Inositol
1)
L-arginine and its hydrochloride may only be used for the manufacture of infant formulae within the meaning of § 14c (3) sentence 1 (2) and follow-on formulae within the meaning of § 14c (5) sentence 1 of the Dietary Regulation
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Appendix 10 (to § 14c (2) and (3) and section 22a (2) (1) (f))
Basic composition of Infant formula after preparation according to the instructions of the manufacturer

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2007, 3267-3271;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote) The stated values refer to the product, either ready for consumption or prepared according to the instructions of the manufacturer.

1.
Brennwert Minimum Minimum
250 kJ/100 ml
(60 kcal/100 ml)
295 kJ/100 ml
(70 kcal/100 ml)
2.
EiBelarEs may only be used with the following protein sources
(protein content = nitrogen content x 6.25).
2.1
Infant infant formula based on cow's milk proteins or goat's milk proteinsat least 1)
0.45 g/100 kJ
(1.8 g/100 kcal)
0.7 g/100 kJ
(3 g/100 kcal
2.2
Infant formula based on protein hydrolyzates at least2) most
0.45 g/100 kJ
(1.8 g/100 kcal)
0.7 g/100 kJ
(3 g/100 kcal
L-carnitine content must be at least 0.3 mg/100 kJ (1.2 mg/100 kcal).
2.3
infant formula Soy protein isolates, pure or in a mixture with cow ' s milk proteins or goat ' s milk proteinsat least
0.56 g/100 kJ
(2.25 g/100 kcal)
0.7 g/100 kJ
(3 g/100 kcal
protein isolates from soya are used in the production of this infant formula. The content of L-carnitine must be at least 0.3 mg/100 kJ (1.2 mg/100 kcal). To points 2.1 to 2.3: with the same calorific value, the infant formula must be at least equal to any indispensable and conditionally indispensable amino acid in the same the quantity available as the reference protein (breast milk according to Appendix 12). However, in this calculation, the methionine and cystine content may be combined, provided that the ratio of methionine to cystine is not greater than 2: 1; the content of phenylalanine and tyrosine may be taken together, provided that: The tyrosine ratio to phenylalanine is not greater than 2: 1. The ratio of methionine to cystine may be greater than 2: 1, but not more than 3: 1, provided that the suitability of the product for the particular nutritional needs of infants has been demonstrated by appropriate studies, which, according to general terms, are: recognised recommendations by professional circles for the design and implementation of such studies.
2.4
Amino acids In all cases, the addition of Amino acids are only allowed to improve the nutritional value of the proteins and only in the necessary amounts.
3.
TaurinIf taurine added infant formula , the taurine content may not be greater than 2.9 mg/100 kJ (12 mg/100 kcal).
4.
Choline Minimum Minimum
1.7 mg/100 kJ
(7 mg/100 kcal)
12 mg/100 kJ
(50 mg/100 kcal)
5.
boldminimum
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 oil
-
cotton seed oil.
5.2
lauric acid and myristic acid minimum
-individually or in total:
20% of the Total fat content
5.3
The trans fatty acid content must not exceed 3% of the total fat content.
5.4
The erucic acid content must not exceed 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 α-linolenic acid content must be at least 12 mg/100 kJ (50 mg/100 kcal). The ratio of linoleic acid to α-linolenic acid must be at least 5: 1 and must not exceed 15: 1.
5.7
Long-chain (20 and 22 carbon atoms), multiple times unsaturated fatty acids may be added. In this case, their share of the total fat content may be
-
in the case of long-chain, polyunsaturated n-3-fatty acids not more than 1% and
-
for long-chain, polyunsaturated n-6 fatty acids not more than 2% (for arachidonic acid not more than 1% (20: 4) The
of docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3) must not be higher than the content of docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3).
content of docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3) must not exceed the content of long-chain, multiple times unsaturated n-6 fatty acids.
6.
phospholipideThe amount of phospholipids in infant formula must not be higher than 2 g/l.
7.
Inositolminimum
1 mg /100 kJ
(4 mg/100 kcal)
10 mg/100 kJ
(40 mg/100 kcal)
8.
Carbohydate minimum maximum
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,
-
saccharose,
-
glucose,
-
Maltodextrins,
-
Glucossyrup or dried glucose syrup,
-
pre-cooked starch, gluten-free by nature,
-
gelatinized starch, by nature gluten-free.
8.2
Lactose Minimum Maximum
1, 1 g/100 kJ
(4.5 g/100 kcal)
-
determination does not apply to infant formulae in which the proportion of soy protein isolates is more than 50% of the total weight of the Total protein content.
8.3
Sucrose sucrose may be added exclusively to infant formulae produced from protein hydrolyzes.If sucrose is used, it is not recommended to use the , their content may not exceed 20% of the total carbohydrate content.
8.4
Glucoseglucose may be derived exclusively from protein hydrolysates Infant formulae are added. If glucose is added, its content may not exceed 0.5 g/100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal).
8.5
Pre-cooked starch and/or gelatinized starch minimum
9.
Fructo-oligosaccharides and galacto oligosaccharideFructo oligosaccharides and galacto-oligosaccharides may be Infant formulae are added. In this case, their share may not exceed 0.8 g/100 ml in a combination of 90% oligogalactosyl lactose and 10% oligofructosyl sucrose with a high molecular weight. Other combinations and maximum levels of fructo-oligosaccharides and Galacto-Oligosaccharides may be used in accordance with § 14c (2) (a).
10.
Mineral substances
10.1
Infant formula for cow's milk proteins or goat's milk proteins or protein hydrolysates
-2 g/100 ml and 30%
of the Total carbohydrate content
100 kJje 100 kcalMinimum Minimum Minimum Maximum
Sodium (mg)5 142060
potassium (mg)15    3860160
Chlorine (mg)12 3850 160
Calcium (mg)12 33 50140
Phosphorus (mg)6 222590
Magnesium (mg) 1.2 3.65 15
Iron (mg)0,07 0.3 0.31.3
Zinc (mg)0,12 0.360.51.5
Copper (µ g) 8,4 2535100
Jod (µ g)2.5 1210 50
Selen (µ g)0.25  2.219
manganese (µ g)0.25 251100
fluorine (µ g)- 25- 100
ratio of calcium to phosphorus in infant formula is at least 1: 1 and at most 2: 1.
10.2
Infant formulae from soy protein isolates, pure or in a mixture with cow's milk proteins or goat's milk protein. All the requirements of point 10.1 with the exception of the Requirements for iron and phosphorus, which are as follows: per 100 kJje 100 kcalminimum maximum minimum
Iron (mg)0,12 0.50,45 2
Phosphorus (mg)7.5 25  30100
11.
Vitamins per 100 kJje 100 kcalminimum maximum minimum
Vitamin A (µ g-RE) 1)14 4360   180
Vitamin D (µ g) 2) 0.25 0.651    2.5
Thiamin (µ g)14 72 60300
Riboflavin (µ g)19 9580400
Niacin (µ g) 3)72 375 3001 500
Pantothenic acid (µ g)95 4754002 000
Vitamin B6 (µ g)9 4235 175
Biotin (µ g)0.4 1.81.57.5
Folic acid (µ g) 2.5 121050
Vitamin B12 (µ g)0.025 0.120.1 0.5
Vitamin C (mg)2.5 7.51030
Vitamin K (µ g) 1 6425
Vitamin E (mg α-TE) 4)0 ,5/g polyunsaturated
fatty acids, as Linoleic acid, corrected by the number of double-
endings 5) , but
does not have a
case of less than 0.1 mg/100 kJ
1.20 ,5/g polyunsaturated
fatty acids, expressed as linoleic acid, corrected by the number of double-
5) ,
no
case
available less than 0.5 mg/100
available kcal
5
1)
RE = Retinol equivalent, all trans.
2)
In the form of Cholecalciferol, of which 10 µ g = 400 IU Vitamin D.
3)
Pre-formed niacin.
4)
α-TE = d-α-Tocopherol equivalent.
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 The following nucleotides can be used: Max. 1)(mg/100 kJ) (mg/100 kcal)
cytidin-5 '-monophosphate0,60 2.50
Uridin-5 '-monophosphat0,421,75
Adenosin-5 '-monophosphate0,361,50
Guanosin-5'-monophosphate 0, 120,50
Inosin-5 '-monophosphat0,24 1, 00
1)
The total concentration of nucleotides must not exceed 1.2 mg/100 kJ (5 mg/100 kcal)
1)
From cow's milk proteins or goat milk proteins with a protein content between the minimum value and 0.5 g/100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal) infant formula must meet the requirements of § 14c (3).
2)
From protein hydrolysates with a protein content between the minimum and 0.56 g/100 kJ (2.25 g/100 kcal) infant formula produced between the minimum and 0.56 g/100 kJ (2.25 g/100 kcal) must comply with the requirements of § 14c (3).

Footnote

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Appendix 11 (to § 14c paragraphs 4 and 5 and § 22a para. 2 no. 1 letter f)
Base composition of follow-on formula after preparation according to manufacturer's instructions

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2007, 3271-3274;
bzl of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

The specified values refer to the product, either ready for consumption, or prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions.
1.
Brennwert Minimum Minimum
250 kJ/100 ml
(60 kcal/100 ml)
295 kJ/100 ml
(70 kcal/100 ml)
2.
EiBelarEs may only be used with the following protein sources
(protein content = nitrogen content x 6.25).
2.1
Follow-on formula based on cow's milk proteins or goat's milk proteins Minimum Minimum
0.45 g/100 kJ
(1.8 g/100 kcal)
0.8 g/100 kJ
(3.5 g/100 kcal)
2.2
The follow-on formula on the basis of protein hydrolysates at least 1
0.45 g/100 kJ
(1.8 g/100 kcal)
0.8 g/100 kJ
(3.5 g/100 kcal
2.3
follow-on formula of soy protein isolates, pure or in a mixture with cow's milk proteins 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
point 2.1 to 2.3: for the same calorific value, the follow-on formula must contain any indispensable and conditionally indispensable amino acid at least in the same available quantity as the reference protein (breast milk according to Appendix) 12). However, in this calculation, the methionine and cystine content may be combined, provided that the ratio of methionine to cystine is not greater than 3: 1; the phenylalanine and tyrosine content may be combined, provided that: The ratio of tyrosine to phenylalanine is not greater than 2: 1.
2.4
amino acids In all cases, the addition of amino acids is only intended to improve the nutritional value of the amino acids. Proteins and only in the quantities necessary for this purpose.
3.
TaurinIf taurine is added, the taurine content must not exceed 2.9 mg/100 kJ (12). mg/100 kcal).
4.
FatMinimum 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 oil
-
cotton seed oil.
4.2
lauric acid and myristic acid minimum maximum
-single or total:
20% of the Total fat content
4.3
The trans fatty acid content must not exceed 3% of the total fat content.
4.4
The Erucic acid content must not exceed 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 α-linolenic acid content must be at least 12 mg/100 kJ (50 mg/100 kcal). The ratio of linoleic acid to α-linolenic acid must be at least 5: 1 and must not exceed 15: 1.
4.7
Long-chain (20 and 22 carbon atoms), multiple times unsaturated fatty acids may be added. In this case, their share of the total fat content may be
-
in the case of long-chain, polyunsaturated n-3-fatty acids not more than 1% and
-
for long-chain, polyunsaturated n-6 fatty acids not more than 2% (for arachidonic acid not more than 1% (20: 4) The
of docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3) must not be higher than the content of docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3).
content of docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6 n-3) must not exceed the content of long-chain, multiple times unsaturated n-6 fatty acids.
5.
phospholipideThe amount of phospholipids in the follow-on formula must not be higher than 2g/l.
6.
CarbohydrateMinimum Maximum
2.2 g/100 kJ
(9 g/100 kcal)
3.4 g/100 kJ
(14 g/100 kcal)
6.1
The use of gluten-containing ingredients is prohibited.
6.2
Lactose Minimum Maximum
1, 1 g/100 kJ
(4.5 g/100 kcal)
-
The determination does not apply to follow-on formulae in which the proportion of soya protein isolates is more than 50% of the total protein content
6.3
Sucrose, Fructose, Honey Minimum Maximum
-individually or in total 20%
of total carbohydrate content
Honey is a treatment to kill clostridium botulinum-Sporen .
6.4
Glucoseglucose may be added exclusively from protein hydrolysates. If glucose is added, its content may not exceed 0.5 g/100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal).
7.
Fructo-Oligosaccharides and Galacto OligosaccharideFructo Oligosaccharides and Galacto-Oligosaccharides may be added to the following formula. In this case, their share may not exceed 0.8 g/100 ml in a combination of 90% oligogalactosyl lactose and 10% oligofructosyl sucrose with a high molecular weight. Other combinations and maximum levels of fructo-oligosaccharides and Galacto-Oligosaccharides may be used in accordance with § 14c (4) (a).
8.
Mineral substances
8.1
Follow-on formula of cow's milk proteins or goat milk proteins or protein hydrolysates per 100 kJje 100 kcalMinimum minimum maximum
sodium (mg)5 142060
potassium (mg)15    3860160
Chlorine (mg)12 3850 160
Calcium (mg)12 33 50140
Phosphorus (mg)6 222590
Magnesium (mg) 1.2 3.65 15
Iron (mg)0,14 0.5 0.62
Zinc (mg)0,12 0,360,51,5
Copper (µ g) 8,4 2535100
Jod (µ g)2.5 1210 50
Selen (µ g)0.25 2.219
manganese (µ g)0.25 251100
fluorine (µ g)- 25- 100
ratio of calcium to phosphorus in the follow-on formula must be at least 1: 1 and must be at most 2: 1.
8.2
Follow-on Soy protein isolates, pure or in a mixture with cow ' s milk proteins or goat ' s milk protein All the requirements set out in point 8.1 shall apply, with the exception of iron and phosphorus requirements, which shall read as follows: per 100 kJje 100 kcalminimum maximum at least
Iron (mg) 0, 22 0, 650.92.5
Phosphorus (mg)7,5 2530 100
9.
Vitaminsper 100 kJje 100 kcalMinimum Minimum Minimum Maximum
Vitamin A (µ g-RE) 1) 14 4360180
Vitamin D (µ g) 2)0.25 0,7513
Thiamin (µ g) 14 7260300
Riboflavin (µ g)19 95 80400
Niacin (µ g) 3) 72 3753001 500
Pantothenic acid (µ g)95 475400  2 000
Vitamin B6 (µ g)9 4235175
Biotin (µ g) 0.4 1.81.57.5
Folic acid (µ g)2.5 1210  50
Vitamin B12 (µ g)0.025 0.120.10.5
Vitamin C (mg) 2.5 7.51030
Vitamin K (µ g)1 64 25
Vitamin E (mg α-TE) 4)0,5/g polyunsaturated fatty acids, expressed as linoleic acid, corrected by the number of double bonds 5) , but in no case
less as
0.1 mg/100
available kJ
1,20 ,5/g polyunsaturated fatty acids, expressed as linoleic acid, corrected by the number of double bonds5) , but no
less than
0.5 mg/100
available kcal
   5
1)
RE = Retinol equivalent, all trans.
2)
In the Form of Cholecalciferol, including 10 µ g = 400 IU Vitamin D.
3)
Pre-formed niacin.
4)
α-TE = d-α-Tocopherol equivalent.
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 The following nucleotides can be used: Max. 1)(mg/100 kJ) (mg/100 kcal)
cytidin-5 '-monophosphate0,60 2.50
Uridin-5 '-monophosphat0,421,75
Adenosin-5 '-monophosphate0,361,50
Guanosin-5'-monophosphate 0, 120,50
Inosin-5 '-monophosphat0,24 1, 00
1)
The total concentration of nucleotides must not exceed 1.2 mg/100 kJ (5 mg/100 kcal)
1
From protein hydrolyzates with a protein content between the minimum value and 0.56 g/100 kJ (2.25 g/100 kcal) The following formula must comply with the requirements of § 14c (5).
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Appendix 12 (to § 14c (2) and (4)); Annexes 10 and 11, respectively Nos. 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

(found in the original text: BGBl. I 2007, 3274)

amino acid per 100 kJ 1) per 100 kcal
Cystin938
Histidin 1040
Isoleucine2290
Leucine40166
lysine 27113
methionine523
phenylalanin2083
threonine 1877
Tryptophan832
Tyrosin1876
Valin 2188
1)
1 kJ = 0,239 kcal
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Appendix 15 (Section 22a (3) (2) (b) and (c))
Nutrition and health claims for
infant formulae and requirements justifying a claim to be given

(original text: BGBl. I 2007, 3275)
1.
nutrient-related information
nutrient-related disclosure requirement for the nutrition claim
1.1Only lactose included Lactose is the only existing
carbohydrate.
1.2Lactose-freeThe Lactose content is not more than 2.5 mg/100 kJ (10 mg/100 kcal).
1.3Addition of long-chain, polyunsaturated fatty acids or equivalent Nutrition claim related to the addition of docosahexaenoic acidThe content of docosahexaenoic acid is at least 0.2% of the total fatty acid content.
1.4Nutrition claim related to the
additive of the following optional ingredients:


Volunteers added in a Concentration that is appropriate for the intended use by infants and complies with the conditions in Appendix 10.
1.4.1 Taurin
1.4.2Fructo-Oligosaccharides and Galacto-
Oligosaccharides
1.4.3
2.
Health-related information (including information about reducing Disease Risks)
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Appendix 16 (to § 22a paragraph 4)
Reference values for nutrition labelling
of foods intended for infants and toddlers

( Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2007, 3276;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

2.1Reducing the risk of allergies to milk proteins. This health claim can be used to use terms that refer to reduced allergen or reduced antigen content.a) Evidence of the claimed properties must be provided with objective and scientifically proven data.
b)The infant formula must be used in the In accordance with the provisions of Annex 10, point 2.2, the amount of the proteins causing the immune reactions must be demonstrated by means of generally accepted measurement methods and must not exceed 1% of the nitrogen-containing substances in the initial food
c)On the label, it should be stated that infants who are allergic to intact proteins from which the food is produced are allergic, should not be consumed unless, in generally accepted clinical tests, evidence of the tolerability of infant formulae has been provided in more than 90% (95% of confidence) of cases in which infants under a Hypersensitivity to the proteins from which the hydrolysate is produced.
d)The orally administered infant formula should be in the case of animals, no sensitisation to the intact proteins from which the infant formula is produced.
Nutritional Reference Value
Vitamin A (μg)400
Vitamin D(μg)    7
Vitamin E(mg TE)5
Vitamin K (μg)12
Vitamin C(mg) 45
Thiamin(mg)0.5
Riboflavin(mg)0.7
Niacin(mg) 7
Vitamin B6(mg)0.7
Folate(μg)125
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 (mg)5
Jod(μg) 80
Selen(μg)20
Copper(mg)0.5
Magnesium(mg) 80
manganese(mg)1,2
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Annex 17 (to § 14a (2), § 21a (4) No. 2, § 21a (6) (1))
low calorie diet

site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1203-1204
The information refers to ready-to-use products sold as such or made ready for use in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
1.
BrennValue
1.1
The The calorific value of a product intended to replace a daily ration shall be at least 3,360 kilojoules (800 kilocalories) and not more than 5,040 kilojoules (1,200 kilocalories) per day ration.
1.2
The calorific value of a product, intended to replace a meal, must be at least 840 kilojoules (200 kilocalories) and at most 1,680 kilojoules (400 kilocalories) per meal
2.
Proteins
2.1
The calorific value of food for low-calorie diets must be at least 25% and no more than 50% proteins. In no case shall a product intended to replace a daily ration contain more than 125g of proteins.
2.2
The regulations for proteins refer to the the reference protein described in paragraph 6. If the chemical index is less than 100% of the index of the reference protein, the minimum protein content should be increased accordingly. In this case, the chemical index of the protein added must be at least 80% of the index of the reference protein.
2.3
The chemical index is the lowest ratio. between the amount of each single essential amino acid of the protein to be tested and the amount of the corresponding amino acid of the reference protein, respectively.
2.4
The The addition of amino acids is only permitted to improve the nutritional value of the proteins and only to the extent necessary to achieve them.
3.
Fette
3.1
The fuel value of the fat may not exceed 30% of the total fuel value of the product.
3.2
Products that are intended to replace a daily ration must contain at least 4.5 g linoleic acid.
3.3
Products that are intended to replace a meal must contain at least 1 g of linoleic acid.
4.
BallaststoffeThe products that are intended to replace a daily ration must contain at least 10 g and a maximum of 30 g of fiber per daily ration.
5.
Vitamins and minerals
5.1
The products intended to replace a daily ration must at least deliver the vitamin and mineral contents listed in paragraph 7.
5.2
The products used as a substitute for one or more meals as part of the daily ration be offered, each meal must supply at least 30% of the amounts of vitamins and minerals listed in paragraph 7, and contain at least 500 mg of potassium per meal.

6. Request schema for amino acids
g/100 g Protein
Cystin + Methionine1.7
Histidin 1, 6
Isoleucine1,3
Leucine 1, 9
Lysine1,6
phenylalanine + Thyrosin 1, 9
threonine0.9
tryptophan 0, 5
Valin1,3
7. Nutrient Contents Per Day
Vitamin A 700 myg retinol equivalent
Vitamin D5 myg
Vitamin D ETocopherol equivalent 10 mg
Vitamin C45 mg
Thiamin1.1 mg
riboflavin1.6 mg
Niacin18 mg nicotinic acid amide equivalent
Vitamin B6 1, 5 mg
Folate200 myg
Vitamin B12 1, 4 myg
biotin15 myg
pantothenic acid 3 mg
Calcium700 mg
Phosphorus 550 mg
potassium3.100 mg
iron 16 mg
zinc9,5 mg
copper 1, 1 mg
Jod130 myg
selenium 55 myg
sodium575 mg
magnesium 150 mg
manganese1 mg
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Appendix 18 (to § 14d para. 3)
Maximum amounts of vitamins, minerals and trace elements when they are added to the table

site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1205
Nutritional Maximum per 100 kcal
Vitamin A180 myg RE
Vitamins E3 mg alpha-TE
Vitamins C 12 ,5/25 11) /125 22) mg
Thiamin0 ,25 /0.5 33) mg
Riboflavin 0, 4 mg
Niacin4.5 mg NE
Vitamin B6 0.35 mg
folic acid50 myg
vitamin B12 0, 35 myg
pantothenic acid1.5 mg
biotin 10 myg
potassium160 mg
calcium 80/180 44) /100 55) mg
magnesium40 mg
Iron3 mg
zinc2 mg
Copper40 myg
Jod35 myg
manganese0.6 mg
55)
This limit applies to the products listed in Section 1 (3) (2) (d).
44)
This The limit value shall apply to the products listed in Section 1 (3) (2) (a) and (b).
33)
This limit applies to Cereal-based products.
22)
This limit applies to fruit-based products, fruit juices, Fruit nectars and vegetable juices.
11)
This limit applies to iron-fortified products.
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Appendix 19 (to § 14d para. 4, § 22b para. 2 no. 2)
Basic composition of cereal beige food

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 1206-1207;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote) The nutritional requirements refer to the product prepared as ready for consumption or ready for consumption, according to the manufacturer's instructions.
1.
The proportion of grain or tuber products or a mixture of the two must be at least 25% of the weight of the final mixture (dry weight)
2.
Protein
2.1
For the purposes of Article 1 (3) (2) (b) and (d) The protein content must not exceed 1.3 g/100 kJ (5.5 g/100 kcal).
2.2
In the case of the products referred to in Article 1 (3) (2) (b), the content of the products must be: Protein added is at least 0.48 g/100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal).
2.3
The biscuits referred to in § 1 (3) (2) (d), with the addition of a food product, with high protein content, and offered as such, must have a protein content of at least 0.36 g/100 kJ (1.5 g/100 kcal).
2.4
The chemical index of the protein added must be at least 80% of the reference protein Casein, as described in Appendix 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 is only allowed to improve the nutritional value of the protein mixture and only in the ratio necessary therefor.
3.
Carbohydrates
3.1
Will the products according to § 1 para. 3 No. 2 (a) and (d) sucrose, fructose, glucose, glucose syrup or honey,
-
may be the proportion of the Carbohydrates at most 1.8 g per 100 kJ (7.5 g/100 kcal),
-
the fructose additive is not more than 0.9 g/100 kJ (3.75 g/100 kcal)
.
3.2
If the products are added to the products in accordance with § 1 (3) (2) (b) of sucrose, fructose, glucose, glucose syrup or honey, then
-
the proportion of carbohydrates derived from these additives at most 1.2 g per 100 kJ (5 g/100 kcal),
-
the fructose additive is at most 0.6 g/100 kJ (2.5 g/100 kcal)
.
4.
Fette
4.1
The fat content of the products listed in Section 1 (3) (2) (a) and (d) may be a maximum of 0.8 g/100 kJ (3.3 g/100 kcal).
4.2
The products referred to in Article 1 (3) (2) (b) may have a fat content of no more than 1.1 g/100 kJ (4.5%) (4.5%). g/100 kcal). If the fat content exceeds 0.8 g/100 kJ (3.3 g/100 kcal), so
-
, the lauric acid content may not exceed 15% of the Total fat content,
-
the myristic acid content may not exceed 15% of the total fat content,
-
the linoleic acid content (in the form of glycerides = linoleates) must be at least 70 mg/100 kJ (300 mg/100 kcal) and not more than 285 mg/100 kJ (1,200 mg/100 kcal).
5.
Mineral substances
5.1
Sodium
-
Sodium salts may only be added to cereal foods if this is necessary for technical reasons
-
The sodium content of cereal pickers must be at most 25 mg/100 kJ (100 mg/100 kcal).
5.2
Calcium
5.2.1
The products listed in Section 1 (3) (2) (b) must have a calcium content of at least 20 mg/100 kJ (80 mg/100 kcal).
5.2.2
The products referred to in Article 1 (3) (2) (d) and produced using milk (milk cookies), offered as such must have a calcium content of at least 12 mg/100 kJ (50 mg/100 kcal).
6.
Vitamins
6.1
grain beige must have a thiamine content of at least 25 myg/100 kJ (100 myg/100 kcal).

6.2 For the above mentioned in § 1 (3) (2) (b) Products
apply the following contents:
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per 100 kJ per 100 kcal
Min max. Min max.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Vitamin A (myg RE) 1) 14 43 60 180
Vitamin D (myg) 2) 0.25 0.75 1 3
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1) RE = all-trans retinol equivalent.
2) In the form of cholecalciferol, of which 10 myg = 400 IU of vitamin D.

These limits also apply in the case of vitamin A and D
is added to
other
in section 1 (3) (2) (b) of the cereal-based food.
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Appendix 20 (to § 14d para. 5, § 22b para. 2 no. 2)
Basic composition of other co-foods as cereal pickers

(Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2005, 1208-1209;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

The nutritional requirements refer to the prepared product as ready-to-eat or ready-to-eat prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions.
1.
Protein
1.1
Are meat, poultry, fish, offal or any other conventional protein sources the only ingredients mentioned in the transport name, so
-
shall be the percentage of meat, Poultry, fish, offal or other conventional sources of protein as a whole are at least 40% of the total weight of the product and at least 25% of the total weight of the protein sources,
-
The content of protein from said sources is at least 1.7 g/100 kJ (7 g/100 kcal).
1.2
Stehen meat, poultry, fish, offal or other conventional protein sources in the sales designation individually or in combination in the first place must, regardless of whether or not the Product as a meal or not,
-
the percentage of meat, poultry, fish referred to as meat, The total product weight and at least 25% of the weight of the protein sources shall be at least 10% of the total weight of the protein, and at least 25% of the total weight of the protein sources.
-
The content of protein from said sources is at least 1 g/100 kJ (4.2 g/100 kcal)
1.3
Are meat, poultry, fish, offal or any other common sources of protein in the sales denomination, although individually or in combination, but not in the first place, must, irrespective of whether the product is listed as a meal or not,
-
the percentage of meat, poultry, fish, offal, or other conventional protein sources a total of at least 8% of the total product weight and at least 25% of the weight of the protein sources,
-
the content of protein from the said sources at least 0.5 g/100 kJ (2.2 g/100 kcal),
-
The total content of protein of any kind is at least 0.7 g/100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal)
1.3a
If cheese is mentioned in the name of a non-sweet product together with other ingredients, whether or not the product is as a meal or not, according to
-
, the content of protein from dairy products must be at least 0.5 g/100 kJ (2.2 g/100 kcal) and protein from all sources in total at least 0.7 g/100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal)
1.4
If the product is on the label, the product must be at least 0.7 g/100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal).
However, meat, poultry, fish, offal or other conventional sources of protein are not mentioned in the transport description, the total protein content of the product from all sources must be at least 0.7 g/100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal).
1.4a
For sauces intended to be a supplement to a meal, the requirements of points 1.1 to 1.4 do not apply.
1.4b
Sweets, where milk products are the first or only ingredient in the sales description, must contain at least 2.2 g of milk protein/100 kcal. All other desserts are excluded from the requirements in 1.1 to 1.4.
1.5
The addition of amino acids is exclusively for the improvement of the nutritional value of the existing proteins and only in the quantity required for this purpose.
2.
Carbohydrate The carbohydrate content of juices and nectars from fruit and vegetables, pure Fruit foods, desserts or puddings may not exceed the following values:
-
10 g/100 ml with vegetable juice and beverages on the basis of vegetable juice;
-
15 g/100 ml for fruit juice or Fruit nectar and beverages produced on the basis thereof;
-
20 g/100 g for pure fruit dishes;
-
25 g/100 g in desserts and puddings;
-
5 g/100 g for other beverages not prepared from milk.
3.
fat
3.1
For products according to 1.1 of this Appendix: are meat or cheese the only ones in the The total amount of fat from all sources shall not exceed 1.4 g/100 kJ (6 g/100 kcal).
3.2
For all other products, the total content of fat from all sources must be at most 1.1 g/100 kJ (4.5 g/100 kcal).
4.
sodium
4.1
The sodium content of the finished product must be at most 48 mg/100 kJ (200 mg/100 kcal), or is not more than 200 mg/100 g. However, if cheese is the only ingredient specified in the name of the traffic, the sodium content may not exceed 70 mg/kJ (300 mg/100 kcal).
4.2
Fruit, desserts and Puddings, except for technological purposes, must not be added to sodium salts.
5.
VitamineIn fruit juice, fruit nectar or vegetable juice, the vitamin C content must be of the finished product at least 6 mg/100 kJ (25 mg/100 kcal) or 25 mg/100 g. In the case of vegetable juice, the vitamin A content of the finished product must be at least 25 myg RE/100 kJ (100 myg RE/100 kcal) name="FnR.FnA1-BJNR004150963BJNE007302310_01">1) . Otherwise, the addition of vitamin A to other co-foods is not permitted as a cereal supplement. Other food supplements as cereal supplement must not be added to vitamin D.
1)
RE = all-trans Retinolequivalent.
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Appendix 21 (to § 22b para. 4)
Reference values for the nutrition labelling of the supplement for infants and toddlers

The original text is found in BGBl. I 2005, 1210
Nutrition Reference Value for Labeling
Vitamin A400 myg
Vitamin D10 myg
Vitamin C 25 mg
Thiamin0.5 mg
Riboflavin 0, 8 mg
niacin equivalent9 mg
vitamin B6 0, 7 mg
Folat100 myg
Vitamin B12 0, 7 myg
Calcium400 mg
Iron 6 mg
zinc4 mg
Jod 70 myg
selenium10 myg
copper 0, 4 mg
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Appendix 22 (to § 14 para. 1 no.1 letter b)
Specific maximum residue levels for pesticides or their metabolites in infant formulae, follow-on formulae, cereal beicots and other supplements for infants and young children

The original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1211
Chemical name of the maximum substance residue level (mg/kg)
Cadusafos 0, 006
Demeton-S-methyl/Demeton-S-methyl-sulfon/oxydemeton-methyl (singly 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
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Appendix 23 (to § 14 para. 1 no. 1 letter c)
pest control products used in agricultural products used to manufacture Infant formulae, follow-on formulae, cereal-based foods and other supplements for infants and young children are considered to be non-applied if the specific MRLs are not exceeded

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 1212)
List AChemical name of the substance (residue definition) Maximum residue content (mg/kg)
Disulfoton (Sum of Disulfoton, Disulfoton-Sulfoxide and Disulfoton-Sulfon, expressed as Disulfoton) 0, 003
Fensulphothion (sum of fensulphothion, its oxygen analogue and whose sulphones, expressed as fensulphothion) 0, 003
Fentin, expressed as a triphenyl tin cation 0, 003
Haloxyfop (sum of Haloxyfop, whose Salts and esters, including conjugates, expressed as haloxyfop) 0, 003
Heptachlor and trans-heptachlor epoxide, expressed as heptachlor 0, 003
Hexachlorobenzene 0, 003
Nitrofen 0, 003
Omethoat 0, 003
Terbufos (Sum of Terbufos, whose sulphoxide and its sulphone, expressed as terbufos)0,003
List BChemical name of the substance residue maximum (mg/ kg)
Aldrin and Dieldrin, expressed as Dieldrin 0, 003
Endrin0,003
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Appendix 24 (to § 14c paragraph 3 and 5)
Specification of protein content and source as well as protein processing and quality in the manufacture of infant formula and follow-on formula with a protein content of less than 0.56 g/100 kJ (2.25 g/100 kcal) based on Whey protein hydrolysates from cow ' s milk protein

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2007, 3276-3277;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

1.
Protentrous 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 quelleEntmineralized sweet whey protein from cow's milk after enzymatic precipitation of casein using Chymosin, consisting of:
a)
63% Casein-Glycomacropeptide-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% dry matter and protein denaturation of less than 70% and a maximum ash content of 3.5%.
3.
Protein processing two-stage hydrolysis methods using a trypsin preparation with a heat treatment step (3 to 10 minutes at 80 to 100 ° C) between the two Hydrolytic steps.
4.
Protein quality within the meaning of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1243/2008 of 12. December 2008, amending Annexes III and VI to Directive 2006 /141/EC as regards the requirements for the composition of certain infant formulae (OJ L 327, 30.12.2006, p. 25) The following values, expressed in mg per 100 kJ and 100 kcal:

Per 100 kJ 1) Per 100 kcal
Arginin16 69
Cystin624
Histidin1145
Isoleucine17 72
Leucine37156
Lysine29122
methionine7 29
phenylalanin1562
Threonin1980
Tryptophan 730
Tyrosin1459
Valin1980
1)
1 kJ = 0.239 kcal.