Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 10 May 2005 A Regulation No 323 "rules For The General Requirements Dietary Food Safety, Quality And Labelling, As Well As Dietary Food Conformity Assessment And The Cost Recovery Order"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2005.gada 10.maija noteikumos Nr.323 "Noteikumi par vispārīgajām prasībām diētiskās pārtikas nekaitīgumam, kvalitātei un marķējumam, kā arī par diētiskās pārtikas atbilstības novērtēšanas un tās izmaksu segšanas kārtību"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 664 in 2007 (2 October. Nr. 55) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 10 May 2005 a Regulation No 323 "rules for the General requirements dietary food safety, quality and labelling, as well as dietary food conformity assessment and the cost recovery order" Issued under the food surveillance law article 4, part of the 10th and the 13th article 10.1 of the third paragraph of article 20 and the second part to make a Cabinet of 10 May 2005 a Regulation No 323 "rules for the General requirements dietary food safety , quality and labelling, as well as dietary food conformity assessment and cost recovery arrangements "(Latvian journal, 2005, 76.210. No; 2006, 176 no) the following amendments: 1. Make paragraph 3 by the following:" 3. the Dietetic foods except dietary foods with reduced enerģēt by value and dietary foods for special medical purposes, only allowed to add this provision to the chemical substances listed in the annex forms. " 2. Supplement with 18.1 points as follows: "annex these provisions 18.1 1.13.6.,.,., 2.1.12 2.1.11 2.2.12.,.,., 2.4.12 2.2.13 2.4.13., 2.5.6 2.4.14.,.,.,., 2.7.7 2.9.4 2.6.9.,.,., and 2.14.1 2.11.3 2.14.2. subparagraph shall remain in force until December 31." 3. Delete paragraph 19. 4. Add to the informative reference to European Union directive in paragraph 6 by the following: ' 6) the Commission's 7 May 2007 of Directive 2007/26/EC amending Directive 2004/6/EC to extend its period of application. " 5. Express attachment as follows: "Cabinet of Ministers 10 May 2005 a Regulation No 323 substances which may be added to foods, dietary and their chemical forms no p.k. substance chemical forms 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 succinate of 1000 2. Minerals calcium (Ca) 2.1 2.1.1.
 
calcium carbonate 2.1.2.
 
calcium chloride 2.1.3.
 
calcium citrate to 2.1.4.
 
Calcium Gluconate 2.1.5.
 
calcium glycerophosphate 2.1.6.
 
calcium lactate 2.1.7.
 
calcium hydroxide 2.1.8.
 
ortho-phosphoric acid calcium salt 2.1.9.
 
calcium oxide 2.1.10.
 
calcium sulphate 2.1.11.
 
calcium amino acid chelate 2.1.12.
 
calcium pidolate 2.2. magnesium (Mg) 2.2.1.
 
magnesium acetate 2.2.2.
 
magnesium carbonate 2.2.3.
 
magnesium chloride 2.2.4.
 
magnesium gluconate 2.2.5.
 
magnesium oxide 2.2.6.
 
magnesium hydroxide 2.2.7.
 
magnesium sulphate 2.2.8.
 
orthophosphoric acid magnesium salt 2.2.9.
 
magnesium citrate to 2.2.10.
 
magnesium glycerophosphate 2.2.11.
 
magnesium lactate 2.2.12.
 
magnesium amino acid chelate 2.2.13.
 
magnesium pidolate 2.3. potassium (K) 2.3.1.
 
potassium bicarbonate 2.3.2.
 
potassium carbonate 2.3.3.
 
potassium chloride 2.3.4.
 
potassium citrate 2.3.5.
 
potassium gluconate 2.3.6.
 
potassium lactate 2.3.7.
 
orthophosphoric acid potassium salt 2.3.8.
 
potassium glycerophosphate 2.3.9.
 
potassium hydroxide 2.4. iron (Fe) 2.4.1.
 
ferrous citrate 2.4.2.
 
ferrous carbonate 2.4.3.
 
ferric ammonium citrate 2.4.4.
 
ferric sodium diphosphate 2.4.5.
 
ferric saccharate 2.4.6.
 
ferrous gluconate 2.4.7.
 
ferrous lactate 2.4.8.
 
ferrous sulphate 2.4.9.
 
ferrous fumarate 2.4.10.
 
ferric diphosphate (ferric pyrophosphate) 2.4.11.
 
Elemental iron (Carbonyl + electrolytic + hydrogen-reduced) 2.4.12.
 
Iron amino acid chelate 2.4.13.
 
ferrous pidolate 2.4.14.
 
ferrous hydroxide 2.4.15.
 
ferrous bisglycinate 2.5. copper (Cu) 2.5.1.
 
copper-lysine complex 2.5.2.
 
copper carbonate 2.5.3.
 
can citrate 2.5.4.
 
copper gluconate 2.5.5.
 
copper sulphate 2.5.6.
 
copper amino acid chelate zinc (Zn) 2.6 2.6.1.
 
Zinc acetate 2.6.2.
 
Zinc citrate 2.6.3.
 
Zinc chloride 2.6.4.
 
Zinc carbonate 2.6.5.
 
Zinc lactate 2.6.6.
 
zinc sulphate 2.6.7.
 
zinc oxide 2.6.8.
 
zinc gluconate 2.6.9.
 
Zinc amino acid chelate 2.7. manganese (Mn) 2.7.1.
 
manganese carbonate 2.7.2.
 
manganese chloride 2.7.3.
 
manganese citrate 2.7.4.
 
manganese gluconate 2.7.5.
 
manganese sulphate item 2.7.6.
 
manganese glycerophosphate 2.7.7.
 
manganese amino acid chelate 2.8. sodium (Na) 2.8.1.
 
sodium bicarbonate 2.8.2.
 
sodium chloride 2.8.3.
 
sodium citrate 2.8.4.
 
sodium gluconate 2.8.5.
 
sodium carbonate 2.8.6.
 
sodium lactate 2.8.7.
 
orthophosphoric acid sodium salt 2.8.8.
 
sodium hydroxide 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 chloride 2.11.2.
 
chromium sulphate 2.11.3.
 
chromium amino acid chelate 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-Histidine 3.6.
  
L-glutamic acid 3.7.
  
3.8 l-glutamine.
  
glycine 3.9.
  
L-Leucine 3.10.
  
L-lysine 3.11.
  
L-lysine acetate 3.12.
  
L-methionine 3.13.
  
L-ornithine 3.14.
  
L-phenylalanine 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.
  
taurine 4.4.
 
L-carnitine L-tartrate 5 nucleotides 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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