Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 27 March 2001, Regulation No 144 Of "minimum Safety Requirements For Dietary Foods With Reduced Energy Value And The Marking"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2001.gada 27.marta noteikumos Nr.144 "Obligātās nekaitīguma prasības diētiskajai pārtikai ar samazinātu enerģētisko vērtību un tās marķējumam"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 663 in 2007 (2 October. No 55 29) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 March 2001, Regulation No 144 of "minimum safety requirements for dietary foods with reduced energy value and the marking" Issued under the food surveillance law article 4, second and third subparagraphs, and article 13 of the third to make a Cabinet of 27 March 2001, Regulation No 144 of "minimum safety requirements for dietary foods with reduced energy value and the marking" (Latvian journal in 2001, 52 no; 2003, no. 28; 2006, nr. 185.) the following amendments: 1. Make paragraph 9 by the following: "9. the dietary food labelling, presentation and advertising of the banned reference to weight loss speed or quantity, which can be achieved by using these products." 2. Delete paragraph 9.1. 3. Supplement with 9.2 points in the following: "3. The provisions of Annex 9.2 1.13.6., 2.1.1., 2.1.10, 2.2.1, 2.4.4, 2.4.7 2.2.11.,.,.,., 2.4.9 2.5.1, 2.6.1, 2.7.1.2.9.4, 2.11.1., and section 2.14.1.2.14.2. is valid until 31 December 2009." 4. Add to the informative reference to European Union directives with 7, 8, 9 and 10 of the following paragraph: "7) a Commission of 20 January 2004, Directive 2004/5/EC amending Directive 2001/15/EC to include certain substances in the annex; 8) Commission of 20 January 2004, Directive 2004/6/EC derogating from Directive 2001/15/EC to postpone the application of the prohibition of trade to certain products; 9) Commission 30 May 2007 of Directive 2007/29/EC amending Directive 96/8/EC on the labelling, presentation and advertising of foodstuffs, intended for use in energy-restricted diets for weight reduction; 10) Commission 7 May 2007 of Directive 2007/26/EC amending Directive 2004/6/EC to extend its period of application. " 5. Make 3. attachment the following: "3. the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 March 2001 Regulation No. 144 of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other nutrients into chemical forms allowed no p.k. nutrients nutrient chemical form 1 2 3 1. Vitamins vitamin A 1.1 1.1.1.

retinol 1.1.2.

retinol acetate 1.1.3.

retinol palmitate 1.1.4.

beta-carotene vitamin D 1.2 1.2.1.

ergocalciferol 1.2.2.

cholecalciferol vitamin B1 1.3 1.3.1.

thiamin hydrochloride 1.3.2.

thiamin mononitrate vitamin B2 1.4 1.4.1.

Riboflavin 1.4.2.

sodium riboflavin 5 '-phosphate 1.5. niacin 1.5.1.

NICOTINAMIDE 1.5.2.

Nicotinic acid vitamin B6 1.6 1.6.1.

pyridoxine hydrochloride 1.6.2.

pyridoxine 5 '-phosphate 1.6.3.

pyridoxine dipalmitate 1.7. Pantothenic acid 1.7.1.

calcium D-pantothenate 1.7.2.

D-sodium pantothenate 1.7.3.

dexpanthenol 1.8 1.8.1 category.

pteroilmonoglutamīnskāb-1.8.2.

calcium L-metilfolāt 1.9. Vitamin B12 1.9.1.

cyanocobalamin 1.9.2.

1.10. hidroksokobalamīn biotin D-biotin vitamin C 1.11 1.11.1.

L-Ascorbic acid 1.11.2.

sodium L-ascorbate 1.11.3.

calcium L-ascorbate 1.11.4.

potassium L-ascorbate 1.11.5.

L-ASCORBYL 6-palmitate 1.12. Vitamin K PHYLLOQUINONE (phytomenadione) 1.13. Vitamin E 1.13.1.

D-alpha-tocopherol 1.13.2.

DL-alpha-tocopherol 1.13.3.

D-alpha-tocopherol acetate 1.13.4.

DL-alpha tocopherol acetate 1.13.5.

D-alpha-tocopherol acid succinate 1.13.6.

D-alpha-tocopherol polyethylene glycol 1000 succinate-2. Minerals calcium (Ca) 2.1 2.1.1.

calcium amino acid chelate 2.1.2.

calcium citrate in 2.1.3.

calcium glycerophosphate 2.1.4.

Calcium Gluconate 2.1.5.

calcium hydroxide 2.1.6.

calcium chloride 2.1.7.

calcium carbonate 2.1.8.

calcium lactate 2.1.9.

calcium oxide 2.1.10.

calcium pidolate 2.1.11.

calcium sulphate 2.1.12.

ortho-phosphoric acid calcium salt of magnesium (Mg) 2.2 2.2.1.

magnesium amino acid chelate 2.2.2.

magnesium acetate 2.2.3.

magnesium citrate to 2.2.4.

magnesium glycerophosphate 2.2.5.

magnesium gluconate 2.2.6.

magnesium hydroxide 2.2.7.

magnesium chloride 2.2.8.

magnesium carbonate 2.2.9.

magnesium lactate 2.2.10.

magnesium oxide 2.2.11.

magnesium pidolate 2.2.12.

magnesium sulphate 2.2.13.

orthophosphoric acid magnesium salt 2.3. potassium (K) 2.3.1.

potassium bicarbonate 2.3.2.

potassium citrate 2.3.3.

potassium glycerophosphate 2.3.4.

potassium gluconate 2.3.5.

potassium hydroxide 2.3.6.

potassium chloride 2.3.7.

potassium carbonate 2.3.8.

potassium lactate 2.3.9.

orthophosphoric acid potassium salt 2.4. iron (Fe) 2.4.1.

ferrous citrate 2.4.2.

ferrous fumarate 2.4.3.

ferrous gluconate 2.4.4.

ferrous hydroxide 2.4.5.

ferrous carbonate 2.4.6.

ferrous lactate 2.4.7.

ferrous pidolate 2.4.8.

ferrous sulphate 2.4.9.

Iron amino acid chelate 2.4.10.

ferrous bisglycinate 2.4.11.

Elemental iron (Carbonyl + electrolytic + hydrogen-reduced) 2.4.12.

ferric ammonium citrate 2.4.13.

ferric diphosphate (ferric pyrophosphate) 2.4.14.

ferric sodium diphosphate 2.4.15.

ferric saccharate 2.5. copper (Cu) 2.5.1.

copper amino acid chelate 2.5.2.

copper-lysine complex 2.5.3.

copper carbonate 2.5.4.

can citrate 2.5.5.

copper gluconate 2.5.6.

copper sulphate of zinc (Zn) 2.6 2.6.1.

Zinc amino acid chelate 2.6.2.

Zinc acetate 2.6.3.

Zinc citrate 2.6.4.

zinc gluconate 2.6.5.

Zinc carbonate 2.6.6.

Zinc chloride 2.6.7.

Zinc lactate 2.6.8.

zinc sulphate 2.6.9.

zinc oxide manganese (Mn) 2.7 2.7.1.

manganese amino acid chelate 2.7.2.

manganese citrate 2.7.3.

manganese glycerophosphate 2.7.4.

manganese gluconate 2.7.5.

manganese carbonate item 2.7.6.

manganese chloride 2.7.7.

manganese sulphate sodium (Na) 2.8 2.8.1.

sodium bicarbonate 2.8.2.

sodium citrate 2.8.3.

sodium gluconate 2.8.4.

sodium hydroxide 2.8.5.

sodium chloride 2.8.6.

sodium carbonate 2.8.7.

sodium lactate 2.8.8.

orthophosphoric acid sodium salt 2.9. selenium (Se) 2.9.1.

SODIUM SELENATE 2.9.2.

sodium selenite 2.9.3.

sodium hidrogenselenīt to 2.9.4.

enriched yeast 2.10. iodine (J) 2.10.1.

potassium iodide 2.10.2.

potassium iodate 2.10.3.

sodium iodide 2.10.4.

sodium iodate 2.11. (iii) chromium (Cr) and its heksahidrāt to 2.11.1.

chromium amino acid chelate 2.11.2.

chromium chloride 2.11.3.

chromium sulphate 2.12. molybdenum (VI) 2.12.1 (Mo).

ammonium molybdate 2.12.2.

sodium molybdate 2.13 Fluorine (F) 2.13.1.

potassium fluoride 2.13.2.

sodium fluoride 2.14. boron 2.14.1.

boric acid 2.14.2.

Sodium Borate 3. Amino acids, their sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium salts and HCL to 3.1.

L-alanine 3.2.

L-arginine 3.3.

L-cysteine is 3.4.

cystine 3.5.

L-phenylalanine 3.6.

L-glutamic acid 3.7.

3.8 l-glutamine.

glycine 3.9.

L-Histidine 3.10.

L-Leucine 3.11.

L-lysine 3.12.

L-lysine acetate 3.13.

L-methionine 3.14.

L-ornithine 3.15.

L-threonine 3.16.

L-tryptophan 3.17.

L-tyrosine is 3.18.

L-valine taurine and carnitine 4 4.1.

L-carnitine 4.2.

L-carnitine hydrochloride 4.3.

L-carnitine L-tartrate 4.4.

taurine 5. Nucleotide and their sodium salts 5.1.

adenosine 5 '-phosphoric acid 5.2.

citidīn 5 '-monofosforskāb-5.3.

Guanosine 5 '-phosphoric acid 5.4.

inozīn 5 '-phosphoric acid 5.5.

uridīn 5 '-phosphoric acid Choline and inositol 6 6.1.

choline in 6.2.

choline chloride 6.3.

CHOLINE BITARTRATE 6.4.

choline citrate 6.5.

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