Rules On Infant Formulae And Follow-On Formulae

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par mākslīgajiem maisījumiem zīdaiņiem un mākslīgajiem papildu ēdināšanas maisījumiem zīdaiņiem

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 370 in Riga in 2008 (26 May. No 33 31. §) rules on infant formulae and follow-on formulae have been issued under the food surveillance law article 4, third paragraph, and article 7 of the law of advertising the second part i. General questions 1. determines the composition, labelling and advertising requirements of food products intended for children from birth to 12 months of age (infants), infant formulae and follow-on formulae (hereinafter referred to as the artificial mixtures).
2. Artificial mixtures of specific composition or the special manufacturing process, are clearly distinguishable from other kinds of food and are suitable for infant feeding, if it is not possible to breastfeed.
3. According to the purpose of use or mixture shall be classified into the following groups: 3.1. infant formulae intended for a particular nutritional use by infants during the first months of life and satisfying the following the nutritional requirements of infants until the introduction of appropriate complementary feeding;
3.2. follow-on formulae for infants, intended for a particular nutritional use by infants, entering the appropriate additional catering, and creates a main diet of liquid phase following infant and child between the ages of one to three years (hereinafter referred to as small children) are gradually changing the diet.
4. Distribute the European economic area and export to third countries the provisions allowed for the proper artificial mixtures.
5. retail or distributed only in mixtures in packaged form.
II. Requirements for the artificial compound 6. Artificial mixtures must not contain any substance in such quantity that could endanger the health of infants and young children.
7. The manufacturer shall ensure that these rules 3.1. composition of the products referred to in this provision complies with Annex 1. Follow-on formulae shall be manufactured from this provision of the annex referred to in paragraph 2, the protein sources and other food ingredients whose suitability for particular nutritional use by infants from birth has been established on the basis of well-established scientific information. Such suitability can be based, systematic review of the available data on the expected benefits and security considerations, as well as with appropriate research, carried out by a recognized expert guidance on the design and conduct of such studies.
8. The manufacturer shall ensure that this provision 3.2. composition of the products referred to in this provision 2 complies with the requirements referred to in the annex. Synthetic formulae infant formulae manufactured from this provision of annex 2, paragraph 2 of the protein sources and other food ingredients whose suitability for particular nutritional use by infants from six months of age have been found, based on generally accepted scientific data. Such suitability can be based, systematic review of the available data on the expected benefits and security considerations, as well as with appropriate research, carried out by a recognized expert guidance on the design and conduct of such studies.
9. Artificial mixtures only allowed to add this provision 3. substances listed in the annex, to provide infants with the necessary vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other nitrogenous substances and nutrients. 3. These provisions substances listed in the annex shall apply the criteria of purity laid down in laws and regulations concerning their use in foodstuffs.
10. Legislation on pesticide residues of plant and animal origin specified individual pesticides in artificial atmospheres shall not exceed 0.01 mg/kg, except for pesticides, which maximum residue limit specified in annex 4 of these rules.
11. This provision of the pesticides listed in annex 5 shall be prohibited to use agricultural products, where these products are used as ingredients in the manufacture of artificial mixtures. Considers that this provision is referred to in annex 5, pesticides are not used if: these provisions 11.1 5. table 1 of the annex of that pesticide residues do not exceed the quantitative analytical method detection limit – 0.003 milligrams per kilogram;
11.2. the provisions of annex 5, table 2 of that pesticide residues do not exceed 0.003 milligrams per kilogram.
12.10 and 11 of these regulations, paragraph maximum levels of pesticide residues laid down in artificial mixtures prepared baby food.
13. In preparing the artificial mixtures for use, they may only be added to drinking water.
14. the use of artificial additives in compound made in the relevant legislation for the use of food additives.
III. requirements for artificial mixture of mark 15. If the artificial mixture made of different proteins, to the labelling of the products concerned artificial mixture of trade name – "artificial blend" or "artificial infant formulae for infants".
16. If the artificial mixture made from cows ' milk of olbalt substances in the product labelling indicates the artificial mixture of trade name – "artificial milk for infants" or "artificial supplementary food for infants ' milk mixture.
17. If the mixture of artificial imported from other participating countries of the European Union, the trade name of the product in the Latvian language corresponds to the trade name of one of the Member States of the European Union (annex 6).
18. the labelling of compound in addition to laws and regulations on food labelling prescribed information: 18.1. energy product kilojoules (kJ) and kilocalories (kcal) and the protein, carbohydrate and fat (a numeric expression) 100 mi lilitro for use the product;
18.2. each of these rules in annex 1 or 2 in each of these vitamins and minerals are averages (a numeric expression), as well as – if they are added to the IE-choline, inositol and carnitine (a numeric expression) 100 ml of the product ready for use;
18.3. the preparation, storage of the product and the instructions for use and warnings about the health hazard that can lead to wrong prepared or stored product.
19. the labelling of mixtures can include it in annex 3, the average quantity of nutrients (a numeric expression) 100 ml of the product ready for consumption, which are not mentioned in this provision in annex 1 or 2.
20. the labelling of compound in the information provided on the use of the product must not be included in the recommendation to abandon breastfeeding. The labelling shall be prohibited from using the words "incident humanized", "maternalizēt", "custom", "adapted", as well as other words that artificial mixtures equates to mother's milk.
21. The rules referred to in point 3.1., the labelling of the products include: 21.1. information about product suitability for the feeding of infants from birth if the baby is not possible to breastfeed;
21.2. the "Essential information", "important" or similar indication bold face, followed by the indication of: 21.2.1. breastfeeding and superiority of breast milk as the best infant nutrition, which protects the infant from health problems;
21.2.2. that the product should be used only in accordance with the medical treatment person's recommendation.
22. The provisions referred to in point 3.1., product labelling must not contain images of children or any other images or text which may idealize the use of the product. The label may include graphical images, to facilitate the preparation of the product.
23. The rules referred to in point 3.1., product labelling includes nutrition claims and health claims are in accordance with the provisions of annex 7.
24. The provisions referred to in point 3.2 product label indicates that the product is suitable only for infants older than six months that this product is only part of the diet and it can not be used as infant formulae in the first six months of life, and that the decision to launch additional meals (including any exceptions in relation to the diet until six months of age) should accept based only on the opinion of independent persons having qualifications in medicine, pharmacy, uzturzinīb, or or on the opinion of professionals responsible for maternal and child care.
25. This provision 3.2. labelling of products referred to in additional information, expressed in numbers, you can specify the information for this rule 8. vitamins and minerals included in annex (the percentage of the reference values given therein) 100 ml of the product ready for consumption.
26. This rule 3.1 and the products referred to in this provision 3.2 below. the products referred to in paragraph labelled in the language of the country in which they are distributed, and in such a way that consumers explicitly differentiate these products and avoid any opportunities to mix infant formula with follow-on formulae.
IV. Requirements for artificial mixture of advertising and informative materials 27. requirements for the labelling of artificial mixtures, referred to the provisions of paragraph 20, 21.2. in paragraph 22, 23 and 26, shall also apply to:

27.1. the design, packaging and packaging materials used, as well as to the location and the environment in which the product is deployed;
27.2. the ad.
28. Promote artificial infant formulae allowed to publications about baby care and scientific publications according to this provision, paragraph 20, 21.2., 22, 23, 26 and 27.2. the requirements in paragraph below. Advertisement can contain only scientifically based information. Advertising shall not directly or indirectly indicate that feeding with artificial mixture is equivalent or superior to breast-feeding it, or create such an impression.
29. Artificial infant formulae there shall be no point-of-sale advertising, giving of samples of the product directly to consumers or otherwise promoting the sale of retail (such as special displays, discount coupons, premiums, special sales, loss-selling bundled with other products).
30. Artificial infant formulae or samples thereof free of charge or at reduced cost prohibited to distribute (directly or indirectly) to medical institutions, as well as to give to the pregnant women, infants and young children the mothers or their family members.
31. the national agency "public health agency" (hereinafter referred to as the public health agency) provide objective and consistent written or audiovisual information on infant feeding all who informed the police that the required. The public health agency provides the information that informs the planning, design and dissemination, as well as its control. This information shall include the following: 19.3. the benefits and superiority of breast-feeding for meals with artificial bag in you;
31.2. maternal nutrition, breastfeeding and lactation preparation extension;
31.3. the possible negative effect on breast-feeding, which can cause partial dining capacity with artificial mixture;
19.5. the difficulties to resume breastfeeding after the break;
31.5. If necessary – information on how to use artificial stirred a mi baby, include information on the social and financial aspects, on infant health risk due to inappropriate food or incorrectly feeding methods, including inappropriate use of the mixture, that these mixtures are intended only for infants, which mixes required, and only for as long as necessary. Information to include are prohibited in the pictures which may idealize the use of the said products.
32. information on artificial mixtures, which manufacturers and distributors provide health care workers, is scientifically sound.
33. Producers and distributors can donate informative and educational materials at dzekļ or palīgl only at the request of the beneficiary shall submit the donation public health agency. The public health agency to assess the conformity of the equipment or material that paragraph 35 of these requirements and provide confirmation in writing.
34. In order to harmonise the informative and educational equipment or materials by manufacturers or distributors donation shall provide public health agency, the application accompanied by a description of the equipment or materials or copy.
35. Informational and educational AIDS or materials may bear the donating company's name or logo, but not the brand that generic infant formula. Informative and educational AIDS or materials distributed only to medical institutions.
36. Follow-on formulae allowed in the form of donations to deliver or at reduced prices to sell social care institutions only infant feeding, which they need, and only for as long as it takes to compress.
37. in order to implement the international breast milk substitute chain monitoring the principles and objectives of the code dealing with marketing, information and responsibilities of health authorities, public health agency made every two years, the monitoring of the code. A report on the results of monitoring shall be submitted by the public health agency in the Ministry of health and Ministry of agriculture.
38. the infants allowed to bring distribution and distribute in Latvia, where the manufacturer, distributor or Packager has previously submitted by the food and veterinary service of the written notice of its import and distribution in the Republic of Latvia (annex 9) and the product concerned in the original marking.
39. a food and veterinary service shall publish on its homepage on the internet list of them artificial infant formulae, for which this provision has been received the notification referred to in paragraph 38. The list shall indicate the following: 39.1. the manufacturer's name, address and registration number;
24.4. the Distributor, importer or packer's name, address and number of the information in the register;
39.3. the product name.
40. If food and veterinary service finds that the artificial mixture of infants does not meet the requirements of this regulation, the product concerned is considered invalid and the distribution of information on it is removed from this provision in the list mentioned in paragraph 39.
V. concluding questions 41. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 31 May 2005, the provisions of no. 368 "rules on breast milk substitutes in the composition of the minimum safety requirements, labelling and advertising requirements, as well as promotional evaluation order" (Latvian journal, 2005, 88.210. No; 2007, 104 no).
42. The synthetic compound composition and labelling does not comply with the requirements of this regulation, permitted to distribute up to December 31, 2009 the Cabinet of 31 May 2005 of the Regulation No 368 "rules on breast milk substitutes in the composition of the minimum safety requirements, labelling and advertising requirements, as well as promotional evaluation order" the requirements in force up to the date of entry into force of the provisions. From 1 January 2010 forbidden to distribute this non-conforming to the rules of the synthetic mixtures.
43. The distributor until July 1, 2008, to submit a written statement of artificial mixtures, produced or imported in Latvia until the date of entry into force of the provisions for the labelling of the products concerned, and the sample.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 3 May 1989 directive 89/398/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to foodstuffs intended for particular nutritional uses;
2) Council of 18 June 1992 Directive 92/52/EEC on infant formulae and follow-on formulae intended for export to third countries;
3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 December 1996, Directive 96/84/EC amending Directive 89/398/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to foodstuffs intended for particular nutritional uses;
4) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 June 1999, Directive 1999/41/EC amending Directive 89/398/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to foodstuffs intended for particular nutritional uses;
5) Commission 22 December 2006 of Directive 2006/141/EC on artificial mixtures for infant formulae and follow-on formulae, formulae and amending Directive 1999/21/EC.
Prime Minister i. Godmanis Minister of agriculture, Minister of education and science t. koķe Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 30 May 2008.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of 26 May 2008. Regulations No 370 infant formulae (sastāvam1 requirements) p.k.
Energy value and of the mixture components, unit of measure, a minimum quantity for maximum quantity 1 2 3 4 1.
Energy, kJ/100 ml (kcal/100 ml) 250 (60) 295 (70) 2.
Olbaltumvielas2, 3, 4:2.1.
from cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) (1.8) 0.45 5 0.7 (3) 2.2.
produced from protein hydrolysates in the mixture, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) (1.8) 6, 7 0.45 0.7 (3) 2.3.
from soya protein isolates, alone or in combination with cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) (2.25) 7 0.56 0.7 (3) 3.
Taurine if added to, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-2.9 (12) 4.
Choline, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 1.7 (7) 12 (50) 5.
Fat, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) 8:1.05 (4.4) 1.4 (6.0) 5.1.
lauric and myristic, separately or together, 20% of the total fat 5.2.
linoleic acid (in the form of glycerides (linolāt) form), mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 70 (300) 285 (1200) 5.3.
alpha-linolenic acid, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50)-5.4.
Linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid ratio 5.5, 5 15.
trans-fatty acids – 3% of the total fat 5.6.
erucic acid – 1% of the total fat 5.7.
may be added to the long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCP)) (C20, C22): 5.7.1.
n-3 fatty acids – 1% of the total fat 5.7.2.
n-6 fatty acids – 2% of the total fat, arahidonskāb 1% of the total fat 5.7.3.
eikozānpentaēnskāb (20:5 n-3) content shall not exceed dokosaheksaēnskāb (22:6 n-3) content;
dokosaheksaēnskāb (22:6 n-3) content shall not exceed that of n-6 fatty acids content 6.
Phospholipids, g/l 2 7.
Inositol, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) (4) a 10 (40) 8.

Carbohydrates, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal): (9) 2.2 3.4 (14) 8.1.
only lactose, maltose, sucrose, glucose, glucose syrup, maltodextrine, glucose syrup powder, uncooked starch free of gluten, natural, želatinizēt starch naturally free of gluten, paragraph 8.2.
lactose 1.1 (4.5) 9-8.3.
sucrose, only products manufactured from protein hydrolysates – 20% of the total amount of carbohydrate 8.4.
glucose, only products manufactured from protein hydrolysates 0.5 (2) 5.3.
uncooked starch and/or starch želatinizēt-2 g/100 ml, and 30% of the total carbohydrate quantity 9.
Fruktooligosaharīd and galaktooligosaharīd 10, 0.8 g/100 ml 10.
Minerals: 10.1.
manufactured from cows ' milk proteins or protein hydrolysates in artificial mixtures for babies: 10.1.1.
sodium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 5 (20) 14 (60) 10.1.2.
potassium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 15 (60) 38 (160) 10.1.3.
chlorides mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 38 (160) 10.1.4.
calcium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 33 (140) 10.1.5.
phosphorus, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 6 (25) 22 (90) 10.1.6.
magnesium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (5) 1.2 3.6 (15) 10.1.7.
iron, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (0.3) 0.3 0.07 (1.3) 10.1.8.
zinc, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (0.5) 0.12 0.36 (1.5) 10.1.9.
copper, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 8.4 (35) 25 (100) 10.1.10.
iodine, µg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 2.5 (10) 12 (50) 10.1.11.
Selenium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) 2.2 0.25 (9) 10.1.12.
manganese, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.25 (1) 25 (100) 10.1.13.
fluoride, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-25 (100) 10.1.14.
calcium and phosphorus ratio 1 2 10.2.
only protein isolates from soya or with cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal): 10.2.1.
sodium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 5 (20) 14 (60) 10.2.2.
potassium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 15 (60) 38 (160) 10.2.3.
chlorides mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 38 (160) 10.2.4.
calcium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 33 (140) 10.2.5.
phosphorus, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 7.5 (30) 25 (100) 10.2.6.
magnesium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (5) 1.2 3.6 (15) 10.2.7.
iron, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.08 (0.45) 0.5 (2) 10.2.8.
zinc, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (0.5) 0.12 0.36 (1.5) 10.2.9.
copper, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 8.4 (35) 25 (100) 10.2.10.
iodine, µg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 2.5 (10) 12 (50) 10.2.11.
Selenium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) 2.2 0.25 (9) 10.2.12.
manganese, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.25 (1) 25 (100) 10.2.13.
fluoride, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-25 (100) 10.2.14.
the ratio of calcium and phosphorus 1.2 2.0 11.
Vitamins: 11.1.
Vitamin a, μg RE/100 kJ (ìg RE/100 kcal) 11 14 (60) 43 (180) 11.2.
Vitamin d, µg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) 0.25 0.65 12 (2.5) 11.3.
thiamin mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 14 (60) 72 (300) 11.4.
riboflavin, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 19 (80) 95 (400) 11.5.
Niacin, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 13 72 (300) 375 (1500) 11.6.
Pantothenic acid mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (400) 475 95 (2000) 7.3.
Vitamin B6, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 9 (35) 42 (175) 11.8.
biotin mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1.5) 0.4 1.8 (7.5) 7.4.
folic acid mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 2.5 (10) 12 (50) 11.10.
Vitamin B12, µg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.025 (0.1) 0.12 (0.5) 11.11.
Vitamin c, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 2.5 (10) 7.5 (30) 11.12.
Vitamin k, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) (4) (25) 11.13 6.
Vitamin e, mg α-polinep by sātināt TE14 0,5/g fat acid by linoleic acid, adjusted for dubultsaitēm15, but not less than 0.1 mg/100 kJ (0.5 mg/100 kcal) 1.2 mg/100 kJ (5 mg/100 kcal) 12.
Nucleotides, the total quantity you can add to, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal), including:-1.2 (5) 12.1.
citidīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal): 0.60 (2.50) 12.2.
uridīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.42 (1.75) 12.3.
adenosine 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal): 0.36 (1.50) 12.4.
Guanosine 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.12 (0.50) 12.5.
inozīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-(1.00) 0.24 notes.
1, the composition is indicated for use in the finished product, prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions.
2 protein content = nitrogen content x 6.25.3, the addition of amino acids to the mixture is only allowed for the purpose of improving the nutritional value of the proteins, and only in the proportions necessary for that purpose.
4 To be in breast milk to the mixture for the energy value, it must contain each of the essential and indispensable amino acids available quantity that is not less than that contained in breast milk.
Indispensable and irreplaceable amino content in breast milk, no PO box
Amino acids mg/100 kJ (1 kJ = 0.239 kcal) 1 2 3 4 1 mg/100 kcal.
Cystine 9 38 2.
Histidine 10 40 3.
Isoleucine 22 90 4.
Leucine 40 166 5.
Lysine 27 113 6.
Methionine 5 23 7.
Phenylalanine 20 83 8.
Threonine 18 77 9.
Tryptophan 8 32 10.
Tyrosine 18 76 11.
Valine 21 88 Calculations are allowed the amount of methionine and cystine be added together if the methionine and cystine ratio is not greater than 2, and the concentration of phenylalanine and tyrosine may be added together if the tyrosine and phenylalanine ratio is not greater than 2. Methionine and cystine may be greater than 2 but shall not exceed 3 If the suitability of the products for infants is demonstrated through appropriate studies in the light of generally accepted expert guidance on the design and conduct of such studies.
5 If the artificial mixture formulae manufactured from cows ' milk proteins and their contents from 0.5 up to 0.45 g/100 kJ (2 g/100 kcal), artificial mixture of baby food for infants, the suitability must be demonstrated by relevant studies carried out on the basis of generally accepted expert guidance on the design and conduct of such studies.
6 If the artificial mixture formulae manufactured from protein hydrolysates and their contents from 0.45 to 0.56 g/100 kJ (2.25 g/100 kcal), artificial mixture of baby food for infants, the suitability must be demonstrated by relevant studies carried out on the basis of generally accepted expert guidance on the design and conduct of such studies, and protein hydrolysates shall conform to the following specifications: 1. protein content (nitrogen content × 6,25): minimum – 0.44 g/100 kJ (1.86 g/100 kcal) the maximum-0.7 g/100 kJ (3 g/100 kcal).
2. Protein source demineralised sweet whey-protein derived from cows ' milk after enzymatic precipitation of caseins using rennet, which consists of: (a)) 63% of whey protein isolated without kazeīnglikomakropeptīd, with a minimum protein content of 95% of dry matter and protein denaturation of less than 70%, and 3% ash content, (b) 37% sweet) whey protein concentrate with a minimum protein content of 87% of dry matter and protein denaturation of less than 70% and a maximum ash content of 3.5%.
3. protein processing – two-stage hydrolysis process using tripsinizācij with heat-treatment by cooking step (from 3 to 10 minutes at 80 to 100 ° C) between the two hydrolysis steps.
7 L-carnitine content shall not be less than 0.3 mg/100 kJ (1.2 mg/100 kcal).
8 prohibited sesame seed oil and cotton seed oil.
9 do not apply to follow-on formulae in which soya protein isolates content exceeds 50% of the total protein content.
10 if the composition is 90% oligogalaktozillaktoz and 10% high molecular weight of oligofruktozilsaharoz. Other fruktooligosaharīd and galaktooligosaharīd and a maximum quantity may be used in accordance with the provisions of point 7.
11 RE-all TRANS retinol equivalent.
12 in the form of cholecalciferol, of which 10 ìg = 400 IU of vitamin D.
13 preformed niacin.
14 α-TE = d-α-tocopherol equivalent.
0.5 mg α-TE 15/1 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 arahidonskāb (20:4 n-6); 1.25 mg α-TE/1 g eikozānpentaēnskāb (20:5 n-3); 1.5 mg α-TE/1 g dokosaheksaēnskāb (22:6 n-3).
Minister of agriculture, Minister of education and science t. koķe annex 2 Cabinet 26 May 2008 regulations No 370 follow-on formulae for infants (sastāvam1 requirements) p.k.
Energy value and of the mixture components, unit of measure, a minimum quantity for maximum quantity 1 2 3 4 1.
Energy, kJ/100 ml (kcal/100 ml) 250 (60) 295 (70) 2.
Olbaltumvielas2, 3, 4, 5, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal): 2.1.
from cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) 0.45 (1.8) 0.8 (3.5) 2.2.
produced from protein hydrolysates in the mixture, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal): 0.56 (2.25) 0.8 (3.5) 2.3.
from soya protein isolates, alone or in combination with cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) (2.25) 0.8 0.56 (3.5) 3.
Taurine if added to, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 2.9 (12) 4.
Fat, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) 6:0.96 (4.0) 1.4 (6.0) 4.1.
lauric and myristic, separately or together, 20% of the total fat 4.2.
linoleic acid (in the form of glycerides, i.e. linolāt) 70 (300) 9 285 (1200) 4.3.
alpha-linolenic acid, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 4.4.
linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid ratio 5 15 4.5.
trans-fatty acids – 3% of the total fat 4.6.
erucic acid – 1% of the total fat 4.7.

may be added to the long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCP)) (C20, C22): 4.7.1.
n-3 fatty acids – 1% of the total fat 4.7.2.
n-6 fatty acids – 2% of the total fat, arahidonskāb 1% of the total fat 4.7.3.
eikozānpentaēnskāb (20:5 n-3) content shall not exceed dokosaheksaēnskāb (22:6 n-3) content; dokosaheksaēnskāb (22:6 n-3) content shall not exceed that of n-6 fatty acids content 5.
Phospholipids, g/l 2 6.
Carbohydrates, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) 7: (9) 2.2 3.4 (14) 6.1.
lactose 1.1 (4.5) 8-6.2.
sucrose, fructose, medus9, individually or jointly, 20% of the total carbohydrate quantity 6.3.
glucose, only products manufactured from protein hydrolysates 0.5 (2) 7.
Fruktooligosaharīd and galaktooligosaharīdi10, 0.8 g/100 ml 8.
Minerals: 8.1.
manufactured from cows ' milk proteins or protein hydrolysates mixture: 8.1.1.
sodium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 5 (20) 14 (60) 8.1.2.
potassium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 15 (60) 38 (160) 8.1.3.
chlorides mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 38 (160) 8.1.4.
calcium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 33 (140) 8.1.5.
phosphorus, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 6 (25) 22 (90) 8.1.6.
magnesium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (5) 1.2 3.6 (15) 8.1.7.
iron, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (0.6) 0.5 0.14 (2) 8.1.8.
zinc, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (0.5) 0.12 0.36 (1.5) 8.1.9.
copper, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 8.4 (35) 25 (100) 8.1.10.
iodine, µg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 2.5 (10) 12 (50) a 8.1.11.
Selenium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) 2.2 0.25 (9) a 8.1.12.
manganese, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.25 (1) 25 (100) 8.1.13.
fluoride, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-25 (100) a 8.1.14.
calcium and phosphorus ratio 1 2 8.2.
from soya protein isolates, alone or in combination with cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture: 8.2.1.
sodium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 5 (20) 14 (60) 8.2.2.
potassium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 15 (60) 38 (160) 8.2.3.
chlorides mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 38 (160) 8.2.4.
calcium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 33 (140) 8.2.5.
phosphorus, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 7.5 (30) 25 (100) 8.2.6.
magnesium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (5) 1.2 3.6 (15) 8.2.7.
iron, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.22 (0.9) (2.5) 0.65 8.2.8.
zinc, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (0.5) 0.12 0.36 (1.5) 8.2.9.
copper, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 8.4 (35) 25 (100) 8.2.10.
iodine, µg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 2.5 (10) 12 (50) 8.2.11.
Selenium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) 2.2 0.25 (9) 8.2.12.
manganese, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.25 (1) 25 (100) 8.2.13.
fluoride, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-25 (100) 8.2.14.
calcium and phosphorus ratio 1 2 9.
Vitamins: 9.1.
Vitamin a, μg RE/100 kJ (ìg RE/100 kcal) 11 14 (60) 43 (180) 9.2.
Vitamin d, µg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.25 0.75 12 (1) (3) 9.3.
thiamin mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 14 (60) 72 (300) 9.4.
riboflavin, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 19 (80) 95 (400) 9.5.
Niacin, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 13 72 (300) 375 (1500) 9.6.
Pantothenic acid mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (400) 475 95 (2000) 9.7.
Vitamin B6, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 9 (35) 42 (175) 6.1.
biotin mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1.5) 0.4 1.8 (7.5) 9.9.
folic acid mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 2.5 (10) 12 (50) 9.10.
Vitamin B12, µg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.025 (0.1) 0.12 (0.5) 9.11.
Vitamin c, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 2.5 (10) 7.5 (30) 9.12.
Vitamin k, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) (4) 6 (25) 9.13.
Vitamin e, mg α-TE14 0,5/g polyunsaturated fatty acids by linoleic acid, adjusted for dubultsaitēm15, but not less than 0.1 mg/100 kJ (0.5 mg/100 kcal) 1.2 mg/100 kJ (5 mg/100 kcal) 10.
Nucleotides, the total quantity you can add to, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal), including:-1.2 (5) 10.1.
citidīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal): 0.60 (2.50) 10.2.
uridīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.42 (1.75) 10.3.
adenosine 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal): 0.36 (1.50) 10.4.
Guanosine 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.12 (0.50) 10.5.
inozīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-(1.00) 0.24 notes.
1, the composition is indicated for use in the finished product, prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions.
2 protein content = nitrogen content x 6.25.3, the addition of amino acids to the mixture is only allowed for the purpose of improving the nutritional value of the proteins, and only in the proportions necessary for that purpose.
4 If the mixture is made of soy proteins or those with cows ' milk proteins, other proteins are not allowed to add.
5 To be in breast milk to the mixture for the energy value, it must contain each of the essential and indispensable amino acids available quantity that is less than what mother's milk protein content.
Indispensable and irreplaceable amino content in breast milk, no PO box
Amino acids mg/100 kJ (1 kJ = 0.239 kcal) 1 2 3 4 1 mg/100 kcal.
Cystine 9 38 2.
Histidine 10 40 3.
Isoleucine 22 90 4.
Leucine 40 166 5.
Lysine 27 113 6.
Methionine 5 23 7.
Phenylalanine 20 83 8.
Threonine 18 77 9.
Tryptophan 8 32 10.
Tyrosine 18 76 11.
Valine 21 88 Calculations are allowed the amount of methionine and cystine be added together if the methionine and cystine ratio is not greater than 2, and the concentration of phenylalanine and tyrosine may be added together if the tyrosine and phenylalanine ratio is not greater than 2. Methionine and cystine may be greater than 2 but shall not exceed 3 If the suitability of the products for infants is demonstrated through appropriate studies taking into account the universally recognized for expert guidance on the design and conduct of such studies.
6 banned in sesame seed oil and cotton seed oil.
7 is not allowed to use ingredients that contain gluten.
8 do not apply to a mixture of soya protein quantity is greater than 50% of the total protein.
9 honey treated to destroy spores of Clostridium botulinum.
10 if the composition is 90% oligogalaktozillaktoz and 10% high molecular weight of oligofruktozilsaharoz. Other fruktooligosaharīd and galaktooligosaharīd and a maximum quantity may be used in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 8.
11 RE-all TRANS retinol equivalent.
12 in the form of cholecalciferol, of which 10 ìg = 400 IU of vitamin D.
13 preformed niacin.
14 α-TE = d-α-tocopherol equivalent.
0.5 mg α-TE 15/1 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 arahidonskāb (20:4 n-6); 1.25 mg α-TE/1 g eikozānpentaēnskāb (20:5 n-3); 1.5 mg α-TE/1 g dokosaheksaēnskāb (22:6 n-3).
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The substance of substances permitted form 1 2 3 1.
Vitamins: 1.1.
Vitamin a retinol 1.2 retinyl acetate in retinilpalmitāt.
Vitamin d vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 1.3.
Vitamin B1 thiamin hydrochloride thiamin mononitrate 1.4.
Vitamin B2 riboflavin riboflavin-5-sodium phosphate ΄ 1.5.
Niacin NICOTINAMIDE Nicotinic Acid 1.6.
Vitamin B6 pyridoxine hydrochloride pyridoxine-5-phosphate ΄ 1.7.
Pantothenic acid D-PANTOTHENATE, calcium D-PANTOTHENATE, sodium dexpanthenol 1.8.
folate folic acid 1.9.
Vitamin B12 cyanocobalamin hidroksokobalamīn in 1.10.
biotin D-biotin 1.11.
Vitamin c L-Ascorbic acid sodium L-ascorbate calcium L-ascorbate 6-palmityl-L-Ascorbic acid (ASCORBYL PALMITATE) potassium ascorbate 1.12.
Vitamin k PHYLLOQUINONE (phytomenadione) 1.13.
Vitamin e D-alpha tocopherol DL-alpha tocopherol D-alpha tocopherol acetate DL-alpha tocopherol acetate 2.
Minerals: 2.1.
calcium (Ca) calcium carbonate calcium chloride calcium salts of citric acid Calcium Gluconate calcium glycerophosphate calcium lactate calcium hydroxide calcium phosphate in 2.2.
magnesium (Mg) magnesium carbonate magnesium chloride magnesium oxide magnesium salts of orthophosphoric acid magnesium sulphate magnesium gluconate magnesium hydroxide magnesium citrate to 2.3.
iron (Fe) ferrous citrate ferrous gluconate ferrous lactate ferrous sulphate ferric ammonium citrate ferrous fumarate ferric diphosphate (ferric pyrophosphate) ferrous bisglycinate 2.4.
copper (Cu) copper citrate may gluconate copper sulphate copper-lysine complex can carbonate 2.5.
(J) iodine potassium iodide sodium iodide potassium iodate 2.6.
zinc (Zn) zinc acetate zinc chloride zinc lactate zinc sulphate zinc citrate zinc gluconate zinc oxide 2.7.
manganese (Mn) manganese carbonate manganese chloride manganese citrate manganese gluconate manganese sulphate 2.8.
sodium (Na) sodium bicarbonate sodium chloride sodium citrate sodium gluconate sodium carbonate sodium lactate sodium salts of orthophosphoric acid sodium hydroxide 2.9.
potassium (K), potassium bicarbonate potassium carbonate potassium chloride potassium citrate potassium gluconate potassium lactate potassium salts of orthophosphoric acid potassium hydroxide 2.10.
Selenium (Se), SODIUM SELENATE sodium selenite 3.
Amino acids and other nitrogen compounds: 3.1.
L-arginine and its hydrochloride 3.2.
L-cystine and its hydrochloride 3.3.
L-Histidine and its hydrochloride 3.4.
L-isoleucine and its hydrochloride 3.5.
L-Leucine and its hydrochloride 3.6.

L-lysine and its hydrochloride 3.7.
L-cysteine and its hydrochloride 3.8.
L-methionine 3.9.
L-phenylalanine 3.10.
L-threonine 3.11.
L-tryptophan 3.12.
L-tyrosine is 3.13.
L-valine 3.14.
L-carnitine hydrochloride and 3.15.
L-carnitine-L-tartrate 3.16.
taurine 3.17.
citidīn-5 '-monophosphate and its sodium salt 3.18.
uridīn-5 '-monophosphate and its sodium salt 3.19.
adenosine-5 '-monophosphate and its sodium salt 3.20.
Guanosine-5 '-monophosphate and its sodium salt 3.21.
inozīn-5 '-monophosphate and its sodium salt 4.
Other nutrients: 4.1.
choline 4.2.
choline chloride 4.3.
choline citrate 4.4.
CHOLINE BITARTRATE 4.5.
inositol agronomic Minister-Minister of education and science t. koķe annex 4 Cabinet 26 May 2008 regulations no pesticides or metabolites 370 maximum residue limits in artificial atmospheres no PO box
Pesticide (pesticide metabolites) name maximum residue limits (mg/kg) 1.
2. Kadusafos of 0.006
Demeton-S-methyl/demeton-S-methyl sulfone/oxydemeton (individually or in combination expressed as demeton-S-methyl) 0.006 3.
For ethoprophos 0.008 4.
Fipronil (sum of fipronil and fipronildesulfinil, expressed as fipronil) 0.004 5.
Propineb/propilēntiourīnviel (sum of propineb and propilēntiourīnviel) instead of Agriculture Minister 0.006-Minister of education and science t. koķe annex 5 cabinet 26 May 2008 regulations No 370 pesticides which are prohibited to use agricultural products, where these products are used in the manufacture of artificial mixtures and residues No. p.k. table 1.
The name of the pesticide (pesticide residues) 1.
Disulfoton (sum of disulfoton, disulfoton sulfoxide and disulfoton sulfone expressed as disulfoton) 2.
Fensulfothion (fensulfotion, fensulfotion and fensulfotion the oxygen analogue of sulfone expressed as fensulfothion) 3.
Fentin, expressed as trifeniltinkatjon 4.
Haloxyfop (haloksifop, its salts and esters including conjugates, expressed as Haloxyfop) 5.
Heptachlor and TRANS-heptahlorepoksīd, expressed as heptachlor 6.
Hexachlorobenzene 7.
Nitrofen 8.
Omethoate 9.
Terbufos (terbufos, its sulfoxide and sulfone, expressed as terbufos) table 2 no PO box
Pesticide name 1.
Aldrin and dieldrin, expressed as dieldrin 2.
Agriculture Minister of endrin, Minister of education and science t. koķe annex 6 Cabinet 26 May 2008 regulations No 370 artificial mixture of trade names in Latvian language and the national languages 1. proteins prepared from various mixtures of artificial trade names in Latvian language and the national languages of the European Union: no PO box
The trade name language 1.1.
Latvian artificial mixture of artificial infant formulae for infants in 1.2.
English infant formula Follow-on formula of 1.3.
Danish Modermælkserstatning Tilskudsblanding 1.4.
German Säuglingsanfangsnahrung Folgenahrung 1.5.
Παρασκεύασμα για βρέφη Παρασκεύασμα Greek δεύτερης βρεφικής ηλικίας 1.6.
Spanish Preparad of Preparad of the lactant de continuación 1.7.
Préparation pour nourrisson in French Préparation de suite 1.8.
Italian alimento per lattant di proseguiment Aliments of 1.9.
Dutch is Volledig zuigelingenvoeding Opvolgzuigelingenvoeding 1.10.
Fórmul on the lactent Portuguese Fórmul de transiçã of the 1.11.
Äidinmaidonkorvik Vieroitusvalmist is a Finnish 1.12.
Swedish Modersmjölksersättning Tillskottsnäring 1.13.
Počáteční kojenecká výživ of Czech výživ-1.14 Pokračovací kojenecká
the piimaseg of the Jätkupiimaseg of the Estonian Imik in 1.15.
Lithuanian Mišiny kūdikiam of the papildom of the maitinim of every įvedim in the Mišiny įved of maitinimą papildomą kūdikiam, 1.16.
helyettesítő tápszer Hungarian Anyatej-kiegészítő tápszer Anyatej-1.17.
Maltese formula tat-prosegwimen tal-trab formula to 1.18.
Polish początkoweg the żywieni do is Prepare niemowlą to Prepare the żywieni the niemowlą dalszeg you do to 1.19.
Slovenian Začetn za dojenčk in Nadaljevaln the formula formula za dojenčk-1.20.
Slovak Počiatočná dojčenská Následná dojčenská výživ výživ of the 1.21.
Храни кърмачета за Преходни храни in Bulgarian 1.22.
Romanian pentr of sugar in the Preparat Preparat pentr of the copi de vâarstă mică 2. From cows ' milk proteins made artificial mix of trade names in the Latvian language and the national languages of the European Union: no PO box
Language trade name 2.1.
Latvian artificial infant milk and artificial milk feeding mixture addition formulae 2.2.
English infant milk Follow on milk-2.3.
Danish-udelukkend på mælk Modermælkserstatning basere to be udelukkend in på mælk Tilskudsblanding basere 2.4.
German Säuglingsmilchnahrung Folgemilch 2.5.
Greek δεύτερης βρεφικής ηλικίας για βρέφη Γάλα Γάλα 2.6.
Spanish Leche para lactant's leche de continuación 2.7.
French To the pour in To the suite nourrisson de 2.8.
Italian latte per lattant latte di proseguiment 2.9.
Dutch is Volledig zuigelingenvoeding op basis van melk/Zuigelingenmelk Opvolgmelk 2.10.
Portuguese Leite of Leite de lactent para transiçã-2.11.
Finnish äidinmaidonkorvik of the vieroitusvalmist of Maitopohjainen Maitopohjainen 2.12.
baserad på Modersmjölksersättning uteslutand of the Swedish Tillskottsnäring uteslutand baserad PAA mjoelk mjoelk is 2.13.
Počáteční mléčná kojenecká výživ of Czech Pokračovací mléčná kojenecká výživ 2.14
Estonian Piimal põhinev Piimal põhinev imik piimaseg of the jätkupiimaseg of 2.15.
the mišiny of the kūdikiam of the Lithuanian Milk in the maitinim of every papildom the mišiny of kūdikiam įvedim milk įved papildomą maitinimą, to 2.16.
Tejalapú-helyettesítő tápszer Hungarian anyatej-kiegészítő tápszer Tejalapú anyatej 2.17.
Ħalib tat-Maltese Ħalib tal-prosegwimen, trab to 2.18.
the początkow of the Mlek of the Polish Mlek the następn-2.19.
Začetn the mlek the Slovenian za dojenčk za dojenčk Nadaljevaln the mlek of the of 2.20.
Slovak mliečn of výživ of Následná dojčenská Počiatočná dojčenská mliečn výživ of the 2.21.
Млека кърмачета за Преходни млека in Bulgarian 2.22.
Romanian pentr of sugar in the Lapt Lapt de varst of pentr by copi's mic instead of the Minister of Agriculture, Minister of education and science t. koķe annex 7 Cabinet 26 May 2008 regulations No 370 infant formulae-nutrition and health claims and the conditions of use no PO box
Specify conditions for the use of 1 2 3 1.
Claims relating to nutritional value: 1.1.
only contains lactose lactose is the only carbohydrate composition in 1.2.
does not contain lactose lactose content is not greater than 2.5 mg/100 kJ (12 mg/100 kcal) 1.3.
added long-chain fatty acids (LCP) of polinepiesātināt or equivalent indication in respect of the contents of dokosaheksaēnskāb to Dokosaheksaēnskāb not less than 0.2% of the total fatty acid content of 1.4.
indication of adding the following components Optional: 1.4.1.
taurine, optionally added in such quantities that would be appropriate for the intended particular use for infants and in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 1 to the conditions laid down in 1.4.2.
fruktooligosaharīd and galaktooligosaharīd to 1.4.3.
nucleotide 2.
Instructions relating to the product's health claims, including reduced risk of the disease: 2.1.
reduced risk of allergy to milk proteins. The label can be an indication of reduced allergen content in the mixture and the reduced Antigen properties of the allergen (a)) should be available objective and scientifically validated data, showing that the characteristics of b) artificial mix babies meet this provision subparagraph 2.2 of annex 1 and the quantity of the protein imunoreaktīv by conventional channels is less than 1% of nitrogenous substances in the mixture c) marking indicates that this product should not be used in the baby food who are allergic to the intact proteins from which the product is made unless generally accepted clinical test proves the product tolerance more than 90% of infants (confidence interval 95%) who are excessively sensitive to proteins from which the hydrolysate is made up d) artificial mix of infants who are given orally, in experimental animals, should not cause increased sensitivity to the intact proteins from which the resulting blend in place of the Minister of Agriculture, Minister of education and science t. koķe Annex 8 Cabinet 26 May 2008 regulations No 370 reference values for nutrition labelling for artificial additional formulae no PO box
The nutrient reference value 1.
Vitamin a 400 mg 2.
7 mg vitamin d 3.
Vitamin e 5 mg 4 HERE.
12 vitamin k μg 5.
Vitamin c 45 mg 6.
Thiamin mg 0.5 7.
Riboflavin 0.7 mg 8.
Niacin 8 mg 9.
0.7 mg vitamin B6 10.
125 μg folate 11.
0.8 mg vitamin B12 12.
3 mg Pantothenic acid 13.
Biotin 10 mg 14.
Calcium 550 mg 15.
Phosphorus 550 mg 16.
Potassium 1000 mg 17.
Sodium 400 mg 18.
Chlorine 500 mg 19.
Iron 8 mg 20.
Zinc 5 mg 21.
80 mg iodine 22.
Selenium 20 μg 23.
Copper 0.5 mg 24.
Magnesium 80 mg 25.
Manganese 1.2 mg

Minister of agriculture, Minister of education and science t. koķe 9. attachment Cabinet 26 May 2008 regulations No 370 notice of infant formula, imported and distributed in the Republic of Latvia, the Minister of Agriculture, Minister of education and science t. koķe