Provisions On Minimum Safety Requirements For Food Additives And Food, That Use Of Food Additives, As Well As The Requirements For The Labelling Of Food Additives

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par obligātajām nekaitīguma prasībām pārtikas piedevām un pārtikai, kurā izmantotas pārtikas piedevas, kā arī prasības pārtikas piedevu marķējumam

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 158 in Riga in 2007 (27 February. No 16 45), the provisions on minimum safety requirements for food additives and food, that use of food additives, as well as the requirements for the labelling of food additives Issued under the food surveillance law article 4, second paragraph, the first part of article 10 and article 13, third part i. General questions 1. lays down minimum safety requirements for food additives and food handling, processing, manufacturing, packaging, storage or transport process technological objectives used in food additives as well as the requirements for the labelling of food additives.
2. food additives according to their purpose of use are divided into the following groups: 2.1 antioxidants-substances which prolong the preservation of food products, protecting them from oxidation induced deterioration (such as fat Rancidity, no color change);
2.2. bulking agents-agents that contribute to the volume of a foodstuff without contributing significantly to the energy value;
2.3. thickeners: substances which increase the viscosity of a foodstuff;
2.4. firming − substances after the recycling process ensures strict or crisp fruit and vegetable tissues, as well as in connection with gelling agents create or strengthen a gel;
2.5. emulsifiers-substances which provides two or more immiscible portion of food (e.g., oil and water) mixing and a homogeneous mixture of maintenance;
2.6. "emulsifying salts − substances which distributes the proteins in the cheese and brings with it a fat and other components of a homogenous distribution of the cheese;
2.7. "flavour enhancers-substances which reinforce the inherent taste of food and (or) perfume;
2.8. "glazing agents (including lubricants)-substances which, when applied to the external surface of a shiny appearance or create a protective layer;
2.9. "packaging gases-gases (other than air), introduced into a container before, during or after the placing of a foodstuff;
2.10. "raising agents: substances or combinations of substances which liberate gas and thereby increase the volume of a dough or a batter;
2.11. preservatives: substances which prolong the preservation of food products, protecting them against deterioration caused by micro-organisms;
2.12.-colouring substances used in food products or change the color of the restoration, including food natural ingredients and natural raw materials separately are not used as food and which is obtained by physical and/or chemical extraction of food and other natural materials. Thus selectively is extracted dyes pigments, preserving nutrients or aromatic components;
2.13. flour treatment agents-substances which are added to flour or dough to improve and flour or dough baking properties;
2.14. humectants-substances that act against the dry air and prevent foodstuffs from drying out, or promote the dissolution of a powder in an aqueous medium;
2.15. "modified starches-substances obtained by one or more times by the chemical reagents to raw, or a physical or enzymatic treatment, and may be processed, bleached or with acid or alkali cracked hard;
2.16. carriers (not sējšķīdinātāj) − the substances used in the food additive for solution, dilution, disperse or otherwise physically transform without changing the food additive use technological goals, and which do not give rise to any technological effect, but only facilitates the use of the food additive;
2.17. an anti-caking agent-a substance that reduces the food particles clumping;
2.18. propellants-gas (other than air), which expel a foodstuff from a container;
2.19. anti-foaming agents: substances which prevent or reduce foaming;
2.20. "foaming agents-agents that provide a gaseous phase homogeneous dispersion in solid or liquid foodstuff;
2.21. "gelling agents: substances which, when creating a gel, structured in food;
2.22. sweeteners-food additives used to impart a sweet taste to foodstuffs, or use as a table-top sweeteners;
2.23. sekvestrant: substances which form chemical complexes with metallic ions;
2.24. acid-substances which increase the acidity of a foodstuff and/or impart a sour taste to it;
2.25. "acidity regulators: substances which alter or control the acidity or alkalinity of a foodstuff;
2.26. stabilisers: substances which keeps constant food physical and chemical States and the ability to hold food in mutually immiscible substances in homogeneous scattering as well as stabilise, retain or intensify the color of food products and increase the ability of binding of food, creating cross-links between proteins, making it possible to link to individual food components.
3. the following are not considered as food additives: 3.1 spices and foods dried or in concentrated form, which has also a secondary colouring properties (such as paprika, turmeric and saffron) and their aromatic or taste or nutritional value added in the production of compound foodstuffs;
3.2. dyes or colouring agents used in the food inedible external parts (such as cheese and sausage casing covered) paint;
3.3. foodstuffs with sweetening properties;
3.4. food processing AIDS (substances used in food processing and not modified or derivative in the form of the finished product arrives as technologically inevitable human healthy balance);
3.5. use of plant protection substances;
3.6. flavourings used in foodstuffs which comply with the provisions of the Cabinet of Ministers on the use of flavourings in food;
3.7. the substances added to foods as nutrients (for example minerals, trace elements, vitamins of the substance);
3.8. substances used in the treatment of drinking water;
3.9. products containing pectin extracted from dried apples hit the remains, the peel of citrus fruits or a mixture of both, using a weak acid and then partial neutralization with sodium or potassium salts (' liquid pectin ');
3.10. chewing gum composition;
3.11. white or yellow dextrin, roasted or dextrinated starch, starch modified by acid or alkali treatment, bleached starch, physically modified starch and starch treated by amylolitic enzymes;
3.12. ammonium chloride;
3.13. blood plasma, edible gelatin, protein hydrolysates and their salts, milk protein and gluten;
3.14. amino acids and their salts (other than glutamic acid, glycine, cysteine, cystine and their salts) without additional functions;
3.15. the caseins and caseinates;
3.16. inulin.
4. food additives used in the consumer's interest, and the reasons are as follows: 4.1 to preserve the nutritional value of food. Food nutritional value reduction is justified only where the food does not constitute a significant part of a normal diet or food is manufactured for groups of consumers with special dietary requirements;
4.2. in order to ensure the food groups of consumers with special dietary requirements;
4.3. to maintain food quality and stability or improve the organoleptic characteristics of food, provided that you do not change the content and characteristics of the food in such a way as to mislead the consumer;
4.4. in order to ensure the food production, processing, preparation, packaging, transportation and storage.
5. Food additives shall not be used to conceal faulty raw materials or of undesirable (such as unhygienic) use of work practices in food production, processing, preparation, packaging, transport or storage.
6. the use of food additives is permitted only if: 6.1. their use is justified technological need and the purpose cannot be achieved by other economically and technologically practicable means;
6.2. There is scientific evidence that the quantity used in the food additive does not pose a threat to the health of the consumer;
6.3. the consumer is not misled.
II. Minimum requirements for the safety of food additives to be used in different types of foods 7. distributable food market may contain only those provisions of the food additive listed in the annexes. Maximum levels of food additives dosages and the conditions laid down in annex 1 of these rules.
8. The rules referred to in annex 2 on food additives according to the unregulated quantity good manufacturing practice conditions can be used in the manufacture of food products, if the rules of annex 1 in the appropriate section is a reference to annex 2 of these rules.
9. The rules referred to in annex 2 on food additives may not add the following foods: 9.1. raw foods-foods that are not processed or treated in a way that has changed the product's original composition (for example, split, cut, chopped, peeled, peeled, minced, cleaned, chilled, frozen, packaged, prewashed products);
9.2. honey;
9.3. non-emulsified vegetable and animal oils and fats;
9.4. butter;
9.5. pasteurized and sterilized (including ultra-temperature sterilized) milk and skimmed milk;
9.6. pasteurized cream;
9.7. non-flavoured, after fermentation unfired milk products;

6.1. natural mineral waters and spring waters which comply with the provisions of the Cabinet of Ministers of natural mineral and spring waters;
9.9. coffee (excluding flavoured instant coffee);
9.10 coffee extract;
9.11. unflavoured leaf tea;
9.12. sugar;
9.13. pasta (except for the gluten-free pasta and pasta intended for hypoproteic diets, protein content);
9.14. unflavoured buttermilk for (excluding sterilized buttermilk);
9.15. specifically intended for infants and young children foods that meet the relevant legislative requirements for foods for infants and young children.
10. paragraph 9 of these regulations shall not apply to the foodstuffs referred to in annex 1 of these rules.
11. Food additives-carbon dioxide (E 290), argon (E 938), helium (E 939), nitrogen (E 941), nitrous oxide (942), oxygen (E 948) and hydrogen (E 949) – can be added to all food products are not regulated.
12. Food ingredient mixtures (compound foodstuffs) that this provision is stipulated in annex 1 the maximum quantity of food additives, these provisions shall apply 1., 2., 3., and annex 4 food additives set out in the conditions of use, taking into account the relative concentrations of the ingredients in the mixture.
13. Food that is specially intended only for the production of compound foodstuffs may not apply this provision to the conditions laid down in the annexes for the maximum amount of a food additive, but prepared compound foodstuff must comply with the requirements of this regulation.
14. food with added flavouring, food additive is permitted in such quantities that the additive is permitted in the flavouring. With flavouring additives may be used in food additive has no technological function in the finished product. The content of additives in flavourings shall limit, defining the minimum amount necessary to guarantee the safety and quality of flavourings and to facilitate their storage. The presence of additives in flavourings must not mislead consumers or threaten their health. If the presence of the additive adding flavourings, has a technological function in the foodstuff, it shall be considered as an additive of the foodstuff and not as an additive of the flavouring.
15. These rules 12, 13 and 14 shall not apply to special food for infants and young children.
16. The rules referred to in annex 4 may be used as carriers (not sējšķīdinātāj) food additives. The carrier can also be used in food products, this rule 3.8, 3.9, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.13, 3.14, 3.15 and 3.16. referred to products and substances which have regulētājfunkcij of acidity (such as citric acid and ammonium hydroxide).
17. identity of food additives and purity criteria set out in annex 5 of these rules. Purity criteria for food additives of the test methods laid down in annex 8 of these rules.
18. The permitted food additives specified in this provision in annex 6 and 7, taking into account that: 18.1 the magnesium trisilikāt (553 E (a) (II)) and talk (E 553 b) must not contain asbestos;
18.2. sodium nitrite (E 250) allowed exclusively mixed with common salt;
18.3. allowed use of colours made of aluminium lacquer;
18.4. anthocyanins (E 163) allowed only when they are with physical methods obtained from fruit and vegetables;
18.5. the term '' caramel '' refers to the brown dye (E 150 a-d), intended for painting. It is not aromatic caramelized sugar obtained by heating sugar, and used in food products (such as pastries, butter, pastry, alcoholic beverages) for flavouring.
19. This provision 1, 6, and 7. food additives in Annex divided into groups depending on their purpose: 19.1. antioxidants, preservatives;
19.2. sweeteners;
19.3. colours;
19.4. the other groups (various): bulking agents, thickeners, emulsifiers firming agents, emulsifying salts, flavour enhancers, glazing agents, raising agents, flour treatment agents, humectants, modified starches, carriers, anti-caking agents, propellants and packaging gas, anti-foaming agents, foaming agents, gelling agents, sekvestrant, acid, acidity regulators, stabilizers.
20. Using food coloring, comply with the following conditions: 20.1. colours does not use this rule 3. foodstuffs referred to in annex a, unless the individual types of the products mentioned in annex 1 of these rules or if they are intended for the production of compound foodstuffs which may use the colours;
20.2. the colouring of the maximum doses specified by the colouring pigment content not;
20.3. retail may be marketed in all colours except the amaranth (E 123), eritrozīn (E 127), red 2 g (E 128), Brown FK (E 154), annatto, biksīn, norbiksīn (E 160 b) canthaxanthin (E 161 g), aluminium (E 173) and litolrubīn BK (E 180).
21. A special food for infants (children under a year old) and young children (children from one year to three years of age) must not contain sweeteners and colours.
22. Sweeteners under this provision 12, 13 and 14 must contain this compound foods: 22.1. products without sugar: foods that do not have any added Monosaccharides or disaccharides, or any other food used for its sweetening properties;
22.2. the products with energy-reduced foodstuffs whose energy compared with the original food or a similar product is at least 30% less;
22.3. products intended for diet with reduced energy value;
22.4. the products for which the label shows the date of minimum durability in conformity with food labelling regulations.
III. Food additives labelling 23. food additives not intended for sale in the retail trade, be distributed only if the food additives, food additives or food additive mixture with other substances (attached to facilitate storage of food additives, sale, standardisation, dilution or dissolution) the outer packaging with waterproof color language clearly and legibly the following information provided: 23.1. the name of each food additive (E) and international numbers or additives description If the name does not conform to the provisions in annexes 6 and 7 to the specified name, and the names of other substances in descending order by mass;
23.2. the indication "for use in food ' with a note on limited or specific use, if such is necessary;
23.3. special storage and terms of use, if any, is required;
23.4. the production batch identification mark;
14.6. the manufacturer, packer or Distributor name and address;
14.7. the percentage of each component or adequate compositional information to enable it to comply with the terms of use, if any quantity of the components of foods is limited, or the percentage of controlled components, where the limitation applies to a group of components that can be used individually or in combination;
23.7. the net weight or volume;
14.8. other legislation on the labelling of certain foodstuffs.
24. When the outer packaging is clearly visible inscription "multiple", this rule 23.4 23.5 23.6., and the information referred to in subparagraph can only be specified in the documentation accompanying the product.
25. food additives intended for sale in the retail trade, be distributed only if the package is well visible and indelible: 25.1. this rule 23.1.23.2, 23.3, 23.4.,.,.,., and 14.8 14.7 14.6. information referred to in the bottom;
25.2. the date of minimum durability.
26. the labelling of a table-top sweetener is an indication '' of a table-top sweetener content ... ", which is mentioned in constituting the sweetening substance names.
27. the polyols and (or) table-top sweeteners containing aspartame label has a warning: 27.1. polyols, '' excessive use may cause diarrhea '';
27.2. aspartame Contains phenylalanine ', ' ';
27.3. the salt of aspartame-acesulfame 1 "contains phenylalanine".
VI. final question 28. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 27 February 2001, Regulation No 86 ' provisions on minimum safety requirements for the use of food additives "(Latvian journal, 2001, nr. 35; 2002, 97; 2004, nr. 68. No; 2005, nr. 42). 
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) the Commission's 28 July 1981 Directive 81/712/EEC laying down Community methods of analysis for verifying that certain additives used in foodstuffs satisfy criteria of purity;
2) Council of 21 December 1988 of Directive 89/107/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States concerning food additives authorised for use in foodstuffs intended for human consumption;
3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 June 1994, Directive 94/35/EC on sweeteners for use in foodstuffs;
4) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 June 1994, Directive 94/36/EC on colours for use in foodstuffs;
5) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 February 1995 directive 95/2/EC on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;

6) Commission of 5 July 1995 directive 95/31/EC laying down specific criteria of purity concerning sweeteners for use in foodstuffs;
7) Commission of 26 July 1995 directive 95/45/EC laying down specific purity criteria concerning colours for use in foodstuffs;
8) Commission of 2 December 1996, Directive 96/77/EC laying down specific purity criteria on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
9) the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 December 1996, Directive 96/83/EC, amending Directive 94/35/EC on sweeteners for use in foodstuffs;
10) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 December 1996, Directive 96/85/EC amending Directive 95/2/EC on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
11) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 October 1998 Directive 98/72/EC amending Directive 95/2/EC on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
12) Commission of 11 November 1998 Directive 98/86/EC amending Directive 96/77/EC laying down specific purity criteria on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
13) Commission of 26 July 2000 Directive 2000/51/EC amending Directive 95/31/EC laying down specific criteria of purity concerning sweeteners for use in foodstuffs;
14) Commission of 5 October 2000, Directive 2000/63/EC amending Directive 96/77/EC laying down specific purity criteria on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
15) the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 February 2001, Directive 2001/5/EC amending Directive 95/2/EC on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
16) Commission of 2 May 2001, Directive 2001/30/EC amending Directive 96/77/EC laying down specific purity criteria on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
17) Commission on July 3, 2001, Directive 2001/52/EC amending Directive 95/31/EC laying down specific criteria of purity concerning sweeteners for use in foodstuffs;
18) Commission of 15 October 2002 Directive 2002/82/EC amending Directive 96/77/EC laying down specific purity criteria on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
19) the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2003 Directive 2003/52/EC amending Directive 95/2/EC as regards the food additive E 425 konjac conditions;
20) Commission of 27 October 2003 Directive 2003/95/EC amending Directive 96/77/EC laying down specific purity criteria on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
21) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 December 2003 Directive 2003/114/EC amending Directive 95/2/EC on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
22) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 December 2003 Directive 2003/115/EC, amending Directive 94/35/EC on sweeteners for use in foodstuffs;
23) Commission 16 April 2004-Directive 2004/45/EC amending Directive 96/77/EC laying down specific purity criteria on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
24) Commission 16 April 2004-Directive 2004/46/EC amending Directive 95/31/EC as regards E 955 sucralose and E 962 salt of aspartame-acesulfame;
25) Commission 16 April 2004-Directive 2004/47/EC amending Directive 95/45/EC as regards mixed carotenes (E 160 a (I)) and beta-Karo TINA (E 160 a (II));
26) Commission 20 March 2006, Directive 2006/33/EC amending directive as regards sunset yellow FCF (E 110) and titanium dioxide (E 171).
Prime Minister a. Halloween farming Minister, Minister with special responsibility for the acquisition of funds from the European Union's Affairs n. Brok Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on March 3, 2007.
Annex 1-8 DOC format ZIP 935 kb annex 1 Cabinet on 27 February 2007 the Regulation No 158 food products authorised for use in food additives and food additives the maximum dose notes: 1. The maximum dose-the biggest food additive levels in food, except: 1. meat products nitrates (E 251 and E 252) and nitrites (E 249 and E 250) is listed in both the authorized quantity attached and the balance in the finished product;
1.2. beverages dimethyldicarbonate (242 E) is added to the allowed quantity;
1.3. all products that have added to phosphoric acid and phosphates (E 338-341, 343, and E-450 E 452) and it allowed the quantity added.

2. no regulated dose-additive in a food is not regulated, and according to good manufacturing practice for food additives used no more than necessary for the achievement of targets (provided that the consumer is not misled).

3. the maximum levels of food additives have been defined: 3.1, which distributes food trade;
3.2. the food ready for consumption in mixing made fun & according to the instruction for use, the following groups of food additives: 3.2.1. food additives that are added to foods for infants and young children;
3.2.2. colouring matters;
3.2.3. sweeteners;
3.2.4. the various food additives: E 200-219, 353-363, 297, 385, 416, 420-421, 405, 425, 431-436, 442-445, 468, 473-495, 512, 520-523, 535-556, 559, 579-635, 900-950, 951, 953 927b,, 957, 959, 965-967, 1201, 1202, 999, 1505, 1518.

4. the maximum doses of aluminium sulphate laid down by aluminum content in the product.

5. The maximum dose of acids and their salts (adipināt, ascorbate, benzoate, cyclamate, eritorbāt, p-hydroxybenzoate, propionate and sorbate) determined by the acid content in the product.

6. the maximum dose of phosphoric acid and phosphates detected by P2O5 content in the product.

7. maximum dose guanilskāb, guanilāt, inozīnskāb, inozināt and ribonukleotīd in particular, by the contents of guanilskāb products.

8. Maximum dose saccharin and its salts determined by saccharine content in the product.

9. The maximum dose of sulphur dioxide and sulphites in certain by total SO2 content in the product. Sulphur dioxide is considered present if the quantity is less than 10 mg/kg.

10. The maximum dose of aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 certain Acesulfame K by (a) or (b) aspartame content of salt. Using the salt of aspartame-acesulfame-1 may not exceed the aspartame acesulfame K, and the maximum dose of relevant food products.
1 2 3 4 5 1. Dairy products no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 1.1.
Milk and milk beverages 1.1.1.
Milk and buttermilk 1.1.1.1.
Milk of different phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 1 g/l (separately or together) – only sterilized and ultra temperature processed milk, sodium citrate-E 331 4 g/l only in ultra-temperature processed goat's milk 1.1.1.2.
Buttermilk see annex 2 unregulated-only sterilized buttermilk 1.1.2.
Flavoured and/or fermented milk drink and its analogues 1.1.2.1.
Colours are not regulated E 101 Riboflavin – except for the milk with chocolate Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll and 140 hlorofilīn E hlorofilīn E 141 copper complexes of caramel E 150-d Augogl E 153 carotenes E 160 a paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn E 160 beetroot red, betanin E 163 anthocyanins 162 E E 170 calcium carbonate E 171 titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides (E) 172 1.1.2.2.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K E 950 350 mg/l for drinks, energy-reduced or with no added sugar aspartame E 951 600 mg/l and cyclamate cyclamic acid 5) E 952 250 mg/l Saccharin and its salts 8) E 954 80 mg/l mg/l E 955 300 sucralose neohesperidine DC E 959 50 mg/l of aspartame-acesulfame sāls1 10) E 962 350 mg/l (a) 1.1.2.3.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 2 g/l (separately or together) – the only chocolate and malt-based products;
20 g/l (separately or together), vegetable protein drinks containing sucrose esters of fatty acids (E) 473 5 g/kg (separately or together) sucrose glycerides E 474 and E 620 glutamic acid glutamate-625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt) 628-629 E 7 500 mg/kg (separately or together) and inosinic acid inozināt 7) E 630-633 Ribonukleotīd 7) E 634-635, see also annex 2 unregulated 1.2.
Fermented and fermented dairy products except beverages 1.2.1.
Fermented milk products 1.2.1.1.
After the fermentation is not the heated milk products 1.2.1.1.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/kg 1 g/kg 250 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg, 350 mg/kg (a) products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar and sorbitol sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup lactitol xylitol E 420 E 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar 1.2.1.2.
After fermentation in heated dairy products
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
1.2.1.2.1. Sweeteners Acesulfame K, aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/l 1 g/l 250 mg/l 100 mg/l 400 mg/kg 50 mgkg 350 mg/kg (a) products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar and sorbitol sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup lactitol xylitol E 420 E 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 1.2.1.2.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 1 g/l (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967

unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 1.2.2.
With enzyme coagulated dairy products 1.2.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) 1.2.2.2.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 1.2.2.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 962 350 959 954 954 mg/kg 1 g/kg 250 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg, 350 mg/kg (a) products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar and sorbitol sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup lactitol xylitol E 420 E 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 1.2.2.4.
Variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 1.3.
Concentrated milk and analogous to 1.3.1.
Condensed milk 1.3.1.1.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 1 g/kg (separately or together) – condensed milk with dry matter content of less than 28%;
1.5 g/kg (separately or together) – condensed milk with dry matter content of more than 28% Ascorbic acid E 300 non-regulated sodium ascorbate Ascorbic acid fatty acid E 301 ēster 322 E 304 Lecithin E E 331 sodium citrate Potassium citrate 332 E 407 carrageenan E sodium carbonate potassium carbonate 500 E E E 509 calcium chloride 501 1.3.2.
Other condensed milk products other than those referred to in paragraph 1.3.1. item 1.3.2.1.
Colours are not regulated E 101 Riboflavin Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll and 140 hlorofilīn E hlorofilīn E 141 copper complexes of caramel E 150-d Augogl E 153 carotenes E 160 a paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn E 160 beetroot red, betanin E 163 anthocyanins 162 E E 170 calcium carbonate E 171 titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides (E) 172 1.3.2.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 30 g/kg (separately or together)-drink baltinātāj;
50 g/kg (separately or together) – just drink baltinātāj vending machines for polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 5 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 20 g/kg (separately or together) – just drink baltinātāj of fatty acids polyglycerol esters, E 475 5 g/kg;
500 mg/kg, and only drink baltinātāj of propane-1.2-diol fatty acid esters (E) 477 5 g/kg;
1 g/kg, and only drink baltinātāj of Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactate 3 g/kg (separately or together) – just drink baltinātāj-sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) – also baltinātāj of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup lactitol
420 E E E xylitol 421 965 966 953 E E E 967 unregulated – except for liquid products "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg see also annex 2 not regulated 1.4.
Cream and its analogous to 1.4.1.
Ultra pasteurized, sterilized and temperature processed cream section 1.4.1.1.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) – also for sucrose esters of fatty acids whipped cream in sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal will Lactitol and maltitol syrup E 420 E 421 xylitol E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated E 401 sodium alginate is not regulated-pasteurized cream E 402 potassium alginate, E 407 carrageenan, sodium salt of Karboksimetilceluloz E monoglicerīd and diglycerides of fatty acids 466 E 471, see also annex 2 – with the exception of the unregulated pasteurized cream 1.4.2.
"Clotted cream" cream 1.4.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives E 234 10 mg/kg Nizīn 1.4.2.2.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 1.4.2.3.
Variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 1.4.3.
Cream analogues 1.4.3.1.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 1.4.3.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 5 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 5 g/kg of propane-1.2-diol fatty acid esters (E) 477 5 g/kg;
30 g/kg, for garnish for sweet whipped dishes and desserts (except cream) sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 953 E E E 966 – 967 E unregulated except for liquid products "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg see also not regulated in annex 2.
 
 
 
 

 
 
1.5. Milk powder and cream powder 1.5.1.
Dry milk and cream 1.5.1.1.
Antioxidants Butylated hydroxyanisole preservatives gallates by 310-312 E E 320 200 mg/kg (alone or in combination, in proportion to the fat content) milk powder only – drink machines 1.5.1.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 2.5 g/kg (separately or together) – only in the case of dried milk and skimmed-milk powder Ascorbic acid, sodium ascorbate Ascorbic acid fatty acid ēster 5), Lecithin, sodium citrate, potassium citrate, carrageenan, sodium carbonate, potassium carbonate, calcium chloride E 300 301 304 E E E E E E 407 322 332 331 E E E 500 501 509 unregulated glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanilāt of the guanylic acid 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 1.5.2.
Other powdered milk products other than those referred to in point 1.5.2.1 1.5.1.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 1.5.2.2.
Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids of different E 475 5 g/kg of E 620 glutamic acid and glutamate-625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also 2. not regulated in annex 1.6.
Cheese and its analogues 1.6.1.
Not matured and ripened cheese point 1.6.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together): unripened cheese;
-pre-packaged cheese slices, cheese and cheese layered with addition of other foods;
unregulated-only surface treatment nitrates E 251-252 50 mg/kg (expressed as NaNO3) just solid, semi-solid and semi-hard cheese Natamicīn E 235 1 mg/dm2-only surface treatment (must not be deeper than 5 mm) Nizīn E 234 12.5 mg/kg – ripened cheese may contain some cheeses as natural process of fermentation product of Hexamethylene Tetramine E 239 25 mg/kg (expressed as formaldehyde) – only for provolone cheese propionic acid and propionate E 280-283 unregulated-only surface treatment E 1105 lysozyme unregulated – ripened cheese
 
 
 
 
 
 
1.6.1.2. colours Litolrubīn BK E 180 unregulated only eat cheese cover annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b 20 mg/kg Kurkumīn a Tartrazīn E 100 E, Riboflavin 101 102 not regulated E-only eat cheese cover of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE the allura Patentzil V indigotine, Indigo Carmine Brilliant FCF and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex in Green's brilliant black BN caramel , black PN Augogl-Brown HT carotenes lycopene paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid lutein beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides (E) 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 E E E E E E 140 141 142-150 151 153 155 d E E E E E E E 160d 160 160 160 E E E E 160f 161b 162 163 E 170 E 171 E 172 unregulated food cheese only – cover of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-only cheese flavoured in Red anthocyanins E 120 E 163 125 mg/kg not only regulated the Red marbled cheese in the Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex E 140 E 141 unregulated-only "Sage Derby cheese" Augogl E 153 unregulated-only "Morbier cheese" E 160A carotenes unregulated-only matured cheese paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn E 160 c annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b 15 mg/kg-matured cheese;
35 mg/kg – just cheese "Mimolette";
50 mg/kg – just cheese "Red Leicester" 1.6.1.3.
A variety of calcium carbonate magnesium carbonate to calcium chloride Glukonskāb Delta-Lactone E E E E 170 504 509-575 unregulated matured cheese 460 unregulated pulp E-sliced and grated aged cheese to pulp powder E 460 (II) unregulated-only "mozzarella" cheese (grated and sliced) acetic acid lactic acid citric acid Delta-Lactone of Glukonskāb E E E E 260 270 330 575 unregulated-only cheese "mozzarella" phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 2 g/kg (separately or together)-unripened cheese except "mozzarella" silica and silicates (E) 551-556-559 10 g/kg of E just sliced or grated hard and semi-hard cheese glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) "mozzarella" except guanylic acid and guanilāt) and inosinic acid inozināt 7 7) Ribonukleotīd 7) E-629-633 630 626 E E 634-635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 953
E E E 967 965 966 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 1.6.2.
Whey cheese 1.6.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202 – 203 unregulated-only surface treatment nitrates E 251-252 50 mg/kg (expressed as NaNO3) propionic acid and propionate E 280-283 unregulated-only surface treatment 1.6.2.2.
Variety of acetic acid lactic acid citric acid Delta-Lactone of Glukonskāb E E E E 260 270 330 575 unregulated sorbitol syrup Sorbitol and mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg pulp powder E 460 (II) unregulated-only grated and sliced cheese 1.6.2.3.
Dye Litolrubīn BK annatto, bixin, norbixin, E 160b unregulated 20 180 mg/kg only eat cheese cover of Riboflavin Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn E E E 100 101 102 unregulated food cheese only – cover of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE the allura Patentzil V indigotine, Indigo Carmine Brilliant FCF and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex in Green's brilliant black BN caramel , black PN Augogl-Brown HT carotenes lycopene paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid lutein beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides (E) 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 E E E E E E 140 141 142-150 151 153 155 d E E E E E E E 160d 160 160 160 E E E E 160f 161b 162 163 E 170 E 171 E 172 unregulated food only – cheese cover 1.6.3.
Processed cheese in parts.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 2 g/kg (separately or together);
unregulated-only surface treatment Nizīn E 234 – 12.5 mg/kg may contain certain cheeses as natural fermentation product nitrates E 251-252 50 mg/kg (expressed as NaNO3) propionic acid and propionate E 280-283 unregulated-only surface treatment
 
 
 
 
 

 
1.6.3.2. colours carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn E 160 E 160 non-regulated only for processed cheese flavoured annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b Riboflavin 15 mg/kg of Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll a and hlorofilīn hlorofilīn can Augogl in a complex caramel carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 not regulated – only for flavoured processed cheese 1.6.3.3.
Kurkumīn Tartrazīn of the dye of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E E 161b 160f 100 mg/kg (separately or together) – only for processed cheese flavoured 1.6.3.4.
Variety of silica and silicate E 551-556 E 559 10 g/kg (separately or together) – just sliced and grated hard or semi-hard cheese phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338, E 339-6) 341 E 450-452 20 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 1.6.4.
Cheese analogues 1.6.4.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 2 g/kg (separately or together)-protein containing only cheese analogues;
unregulated-only surface treatment nitrates E 251-252 50 mg/kg (expressed as NaNO3) 1.6.4.2.
Dye Litolrubīn BK annatto, bixin, norbixin, E 160b unregulated 20 180 mg/kg only eat cheese cover of Riboflavin in the Tartrazīn of Kurkumīn quinoline yellow E 104 100 101 102 E E E unregulated – just eat cheese cover sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R, oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE the allura Patentzil V indigotine, Indigo Carmine Brilliant FCF and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex in Green's brilliant black BN caramel , black PN Augogl-Brown HT carotenes lycopene paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) beet red, lutein betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides (E) 110 120 122 E E E E E E 124 129 131 132 133 E E E E E 140 141 142-150 151 153 155 d E E E E E E E 160d 160 160 160 E E E E 160f 161b 162 163 E 170
E 172-171 E unregulated food only cheese cover and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 1.6.4.3.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 20 g/kg (separately or together) – only for products like processed cheese of propionic acid and propionate E 280-283 unregulated-only the surface of silica and silicates (E) 551-556 E 559 10 g/kg (separately or together), sliced or grated cheese and processed cheese analogue analogue of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid
Ribonukleotīd 7) E-629-633 630 626 E E 634-635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 regulated not 1.7.
Dairy desserts (including flavoured and prepared from milk products mentioned above) 1.7.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 300 mg/kg (separately or together) – just not calcined products 1.7.2.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b 10 mg/kg Kurkumīn a Tartrazīn of quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 150 mg/kg (individually or together), but E 110, E 122, E 124 and E 155 the maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/kg 1.7.3.
Sweeteners aspartame Acesulfame K cyclamic acid and its sodium and calcium salts 5) saccharine and its sodium, potassium and calcium salts) neohesperidine DC 8, sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 950 E lactitol xylitol 951 952 959 954 E E E E E E E 420 421 965 966 953 E E 967 350 mg/kg 1 g/kg 250 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 50 mg/kg are not regulated, energy-reduced or with no added sugar
 
 
 
 
 
 
1.7.4. Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 3 g/kg (separately or together);
7 g/kg (separately or together) – powdered products fumaric acid (E) 297 4 g/kg only jelly products, products with fruit aromas and powders adipic acid and 5-adipināt) E 355 357 1 g/kg-products with fruit aromas and powders;
6 g/kg only jelly products Dzintarskāb E 363 6 g/kg of Propane-1.2-diol alginate, E 405 5 g/kg only dessert fillings, coatings and garnish in Karaj resins E 416 6 g/kg "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg of polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 3 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 2 g/kg of propane-1 fatty acids 2-1,2-diol esters (E) 477 5 g/kg Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 5 g/kg (separately or together) 483 5 g/kg of E Steariltartrāt sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol, and Maltitol isomalt maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated thaumatin (E) 957 5 g/kg-just as a taste Enhancer see also annex 2 not regulated 2. Fat no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 2.1.
FAT (not emulsified) 2.1.1.
Animal fats and oils 2.1.1.1.
Antioxidants Butylated hydroxyanisole of gallates preservatives (BHA) Butylated hidroksitoluol (BHT) of E-312 E 320 310 E 321 200 mg/kg (separately or together) 100 mg/kg expressed on fat content proportionally (using gallates, BHA together and BHT, individual doses should be reduced proportionately) 2.1.1.2.
Coloring Kurkumīn E 100
 

carotenes E 160 not regulated not regulated annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b 2.1.1.3 10 mg/kg.
Different fatty acids Ascorbic acid ēster E 304 not regulated E 306 Tocopherol-309 unregulated Lecithin E 322 30 g/l citric acid and citrate E 330-333 unregulated Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids E 471 10 g/l E 270 lactic acid is not regulated in oils and fats (excluding crude oil and olive oil), which are specially designed for baking and cooking or meat sauce (gravy) preparation of Ascorbic acid E 300 Ascorbic acid fatty acid ēster E Tocopherol E 306 304 – 309 Lecithin E 322 30 g/l of Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids in
E 471 10 g/l of Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of citric acid esters E 472 c citric acid and citrate not regulated E 330-333 Dimethylpolysiloxane E 900 10 mg/kg – just baking 2.1.2.
Vegetable oils and fats 2.1.2.1.
Antioxidants Butylated hydroxyanisole of gallates preservatives (BHA) Butylated hidroksitoluol (BHT) of E-312 E 320 310 E 321 200 mg/kg (separately or together) 100 mg/kg only products that are used in hot processed foodstuff industrial production and frying oils and fats, except for olive pomace oil, expressed in proportion to fat content (using gallates, BHA together and BHT, individual doses should be reduced proportionately) 2.1.2.2.
Dye Kurkumīn E 100 not regulated not regulated E 160A carotenes in annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b 2.1.2.3 10 mg/kg.
Different fatty acids Ascorbic acid ēster Lecithin, tocopherols, citric acid and citrate, Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids (E) 304 E 306-309 E 322 E 330-333 E 471 unregulated is not regulated not regulated in 30 g/l 10 g/l with the exception of Virgin oil and olive oil are not regulated E 270 lactic acid oils and fats (excluding crude oil and olive oil), which are specially designed for baking and cooking or meat sauce (gravy) preparation of Ascorbic acid E 300 Ascorbic acid fatty acid ēster E Tocopherol E 306 304 – 309 Lecithin E 322 30 g/ l Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids E 471 10 g/l of Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of citric acid esters E 472 c citric acid and citrate not regulated E 330-333 alpha-tocopherol E 307 200 mg/l-refined olive oil and olive-pomace oil Dimethylpolysiloxane E 900 10 mg/kg – baking only 2.2.
Fat emulsions (mainly with water in oil) 2.2.1.
Fat emulsion, with a fat content of not less than 60% 2.2.1.1.
Butter carotenes E 160 2.2.1.1.1 colours is not regulated, except sheep and goats milk products 2.2.1.1.2.
Various E 500 sodium carbonate unregulated – sour cream butter 2.2.1.2.
Margarine and similar products 2.2.1.2.1.

Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) 2.2.1.2.2.
Dye Kurkumīn E 100 not regulated not regulated E 160A carotenes in annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b 2.2.1.2.3 10 mg/kg.
Propane-1.2-diol variety of alginate, E 405 3 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 10 g/kg (separately or together) only products that you bake in the oven for sucrose esters of fatty acid sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 10 g/kg (separately or together) propane-1.2-diol fatty acid esters (E) fatty acids polyglycerol 477 10 g/kg of E 475 5 g/kg Hester thermal oxidized soya oil exposure the product with Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids E 479b 5 g/kg, just baking Stearoil-2-E lactates 481-482 10 g/kg (separately or together) sorbitan esters, E 491-495 10 g/kg (separately or together) neohesperidine DC E 959 5 mg/kg – just as a taste Enhancer fat spreads (spread), glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup
Lactitol E 420 E 421 xylitol E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 2.2.2.
Fat emulsion, with a fat content of less than 60% 2.2.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 2 g/kg (separately or together) 2.2.2.2.
Dye Kurkumīn E 100 not regulated not regulated E 160A carotenes in annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b 2.2.2.3 10 mg/kg.
Various Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate E 385 100 mg/kg-only fat spreads (spread) with a fat content of not more than 41% Propane-1.2-diol alginate E 405 3 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 10 g/kg (separately or together) only products that you bake in the oven for sucrose esters of fatty acid sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 10 g/kg (separately or together) fatty acids in propane-1 2-1,2-diol esters 477 10 g/kg E fatty acids polyglycerol esters, E 475 5 g/kg of Polyglycerol poliricinolāt E 476 4 g/kg, only fat spreads (spread) with a fat content of not more than 41% thermally oxidised soya oil exposure the product with Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids E 479b 5 g/kg, just baking Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactate 10 g/kg (separately or together) sorbitan esters, E 491-495 10 g/kg (separately or together) neohesperidine DC E 959 5 mg/kg- just as a taste Enhancer fat spreads (spread), glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.3. the fat emulsion, other than those referred to in point 2.3.1.2.2.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) for products with a minimum fat content of 60%;
2 g/kg (separately or together) – all other 2.3.2.
Dye Kurkumīn E 100 not regulated not regulated E 160A carotenes in annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b 10 mg/kg in 2.3.3.
Propane-1.2-diol variety of alginate, E 405 3 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 10 g/kg (separately or together) only products that you bake in the oven for sucrose esters of fatty acid sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 10 g/kg (separately or together) propane-1.2-diol fatty acid esters (E) fatty acids polyglycerol 477 10 g/kg of E 475 5 g/kg Hester of Polyglycerol poliricinolāt E 476 4 g/kg-just spread with a fat content of not more than 10% thermally oxidised soya oil exposure to a product with Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids E 479b 5 g/kg, just baking Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactate 10 g/kg (separately or together) sorbitan esters, E 491-495 10 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol, and Maltitol isomalt maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 unregulated 2.4.
Fatty desserts 2.4.1.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose

Neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/kg 1 g/kg 250 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg, 350 mg/kg (a) products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar and sorbitol sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 2.4.2.
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b Riboflavin 10 mg/kg of Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll a and hlorofilīn hlorofilīn can Augogl in a complex caramel carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn in unregulated quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 150 mg/kg (individually or together), but E 110, E 122, E 124, E 155 the maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/kg 2.4.3.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 3 g/kg (separately or together);
7 g/kg for powdery products fumaric acid (E) 297 4 g/kg only jelly products, products with fruit aromas and powders adipic acid and 5-adipināt) E 355 357 1 g/kg, only products with fruit aromas and powders;
6 g/kg – jelly products Dzintarskāb E 363 6 g/kg of Propane-1.2-diol alginate, E 405 5 g/kg only reloads, garnish and coatings resins E Karaj 416 6 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 3 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 2 g/kg (separately or together) fatty acids in propane-1 2-1,2-diol esters (E) 477 5 g/kg (separately or together) Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 5 g/kg (separately or together) 483 5 g/kg of E Steariltartrāt sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol
Isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated thaumatin (E) 957 5 mg/kg – just as a taste Enhancer "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg see also annex 2 not regulated 3. Ice cream no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5 3.1).
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b, 20 mg/kg Kurkumīn a Tartrazīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF Carmine Azorubine, carmoisine allura red 4R of Kumač EYE Patentzil the V indigotine, Indigo Carmine FCF Green's Brilliant black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E E 160f 161b 150 mg/kg (separately or together), but E 110, E 122, E 124, E 155 the maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/kg 3.2.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 not regulated 3.3.

Sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose thaumatin neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 957 E 800 962 800 mg/kg mg/kg 100 mg/kg, 320 mg/kg 50 kg 50 mg/kg, mg/800 mg/kg (b) the products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar and sorbitol sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 953
E E E 967 965 966 Acesulfame K unregulated Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC E E E E 959 2 954 955 950 g/kg 800 800 mg/kg mg/kg 50 mg/kg of ice cream without sugar waffles 3.4.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 1 g/kg (separately or together) Propane-1.2-diol alginate, E 405 3 g/kg only water ice creams containing polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 1 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) fatty acids in propane-1 2-1,2-diol esters (E) 477 3 g/kg (separately or together) sorbitan esters, E 491-495 500 mg/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 953 E E E 966 E 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 4. Fruit, vegetables (including berries, seeds, roots and mushrooms) and their products, no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 4.1.
Fresh fruit and vegetables 4.1.1.
Raw fruits and vegetables of different Ascorbic acid and ascorbate, citric acid and citrate E 300-302 E 330-333 unregulated 4.1.2.
Fresh fruit and vegetables for the surface treatment of different fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E E 473-474 unregulated only fresh fruit Montanskāb esters of oxidised polyethylene resin E 912 E 914 unregulated-only fresh citrus beeswax Kandelilvask 901 902 of shellac (E) E E 904 unregulated-only fresh citrus fruit, melons, apples, pears and nuts Karnaubvask E 903 200 mg/kg – only fresh citrus fruit , melons, apples, pears, peaches and pineapple 4.1.3.
Peeled and/or cut fruit and vegetables 4.1.3.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together) – only the potatoes;
300 mg/kg (separately or together), onion, garlic and shallot pulp;
800 mg/kg (separately or together) – horseradish pulp 4.1.3.2 it.
E 296 Malic acid of various unregulated-only peeled potatoes 4.2 frozen fruits and vegetables 4.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-100 mg/kg (separately or together) – only the potatoes;
50 mg/kg (separately or together), mushrooms and white vegetables 4.2.2.
E 296 Malic acid of various unregulated-only peeled potatoes in ascorbate Ascorbic acid and citric acid and citrate in the E 300-302 E 330-333 unregulated phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) – the only potato products 4.3.
Processed fruits and vegetables 4.3.1.
Dried fruits and vegetables 4.3.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) – the only dried fruit sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 to 228 E alone or in combination: 50 mg/kg, and coconut;
100 mg/kg, and mushrooms;
150 mg/kg, and ginger;
200 mg/kg for tomatoes;
400 mg/kg for white vegetables and granulated potatoes;
600 mg/kg for apples and pears;
1 g/kg,-bananas;
2 g/kg for apricots, peaches, grapes, plums, figs;
500 mg/kg for other fruits and nuts with shells of Butylated hydroxyanisole gallates E 310-312 E 320 25 mg/kg (separately or together) – only granulated potatoes 4.3.1.2.
Colours

Kurkumīn E 100 potatoes only – not regulated flakes and granules 4.3.1.3.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) – only the potato products of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 953 E E E 966 E 967 unregulated hydrogenated poly-1-dekēn E 907 2 g/kg as glazing agents only – dried fruit "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg see also annex 2 not regulated 4.3.2.
Fruits and vegetables in vinegar, oil or brine 4.3.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) – only olives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 2 g/kg (separately or together) – the only vegetables, except olives, sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-100 mg/kg (separately or together) – excluding olives;
50 mg/kg (separately or together) – white vegetables, mushrooms and pickled nuts;
500 mg/kg (separately or together) – Gold Peppers in brine 4.3.2.2.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex caramel carotenes beet red, betanin E E E 101 Anthocyanins 140 141-150 d E E E E 160 162 163 unregulated – vegetables, except olives 4.3.2.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 200 mg/kg 300 mg/kg mg/kg 160 180 mg/kg 100 mg/kg to 200 mg/kg (a) only products alongside 4.3.2.4.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341 E 6) 434 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) – only the potato products of iron gluconate E 579 iron lactate (E) 585 150 mg/kg (separately or together) – the only oxidation blackened olives glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, isomalt and mannitol Meal maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg white Acacia gum, Guar gum, Xanthan gum, E 412, E 415 410 E unregulated – chestnuts in liquid see also annex 2 not regulated 4.3.3.
Canned or pasteurised fruit and vegetables 4.3.3.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together) – only mushrooms and pickled nuts;
100 mg/kg (separately or together) – white vegetables, potatoes, cherries, dried fruit and rehidratēt for "lyche";
250 mg/kg (separately or together)-lemon slices 4.3.3.2.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/kg 1 g/kg g/kg 200 mg/1 kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg mg/kg only 350 products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar 4.3.3.3.
Colours of Brilliant Green FCF Tartrazīn S E E E 102 133 142 100 mg/kg, 20 mg/kg 10 mg/kg only tinned peas Eritrozīn E 127 150 mg/kg-only "Bigarreaux" cherries in syrup varieties and cocktails in the Tartrazīn Kurkumīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE the allura Patentzil V indigotine Indigo, Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b mg/kg 200 (separately or together) – the only preserved red berries and Chlorophyll hlorofilīn in the Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel carotenes in paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-only preserved red berries 4.3.3.4.
Variety of acetic acid and lactic acid and lactates acetates Malic acid Ascorbic acid and ascorbate in the citric acid salts of citric acid and tartaric acid and tartrate, calcium chloride Glukonskāb Delta-Lactone E 260-263 E 270 E 325-327 E 296 E 300-302 E 330-333 334-337 E E E 575 509 unregulated phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 800 mg/kg (separately or together) – fruit and their products;
5 g/kg (separately or together), potato products, Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate E 385 250 mg/kg – only artichokes, legumes and mushrooms are not regulated E 440 pectin-fruit Compote other than Apple Compote of Tin chloride E 512 25 mg/kg (expressed as Tin) – only white asparagus Dimethylpolysiloxane E 900 10 mg/kg 4.3.4.
Jams, jellies and similar products 4.3.4.1.
Jams, jellies and marmalades, chestnut puree 4.3.4.1.1 antioxidant preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1.5 g/kg (separately or together)-sorbic acid and sorbates marmalades 5) benzoic acid and benzoates E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1 g/kg (separately or together) – 500 mg/kg for sorbates, benzoates products with low sugar content , energy-reduced or with no added sugar sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together) – except for the extra ("extra") jam and jelly 4.3.4.1.2 sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 962 1 959 954 955 g/kg 1 g/kg g/kg 200 mg/1 kg
400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg 1 g/kg (b) products with reduced energy value, except for the chestnut and the pir sorbitol sorbitol syrup isomalt and mannitol Meal maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated – products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar, except the colours chestnut pir Kurkumīn in 4.3.4.1.3 Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in hlorofilīn can be a complex caramel carotenes paprika extract , capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin E E E 100 Anthocyanins 140 141-150 d E E E E E 160 160 162 163 not regulated, except extra ("extra") jam and jelly, and chestnut purée "creme de pruneaux" quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF S Kumač of oranždzelten of ponceau 4R 4R, Cochineal red A green S lycopene lutein E E E 124 120 104 110 E E E 160d E 161b 142 100 mg/kg (separately or together) – except for the extra ("extra") and jam jelly, chestnut purée and creme de pruneaux "4.3.4.1.4" different lactic acid Malic acid Ascorbic acid Calcium lactate sodium citrate citric acid, calcium citrate, tartaric acid, sodium tartrate, sodium malate in Pectin, E E E E 270 296 300 330 331 E 327 E E E E E 333 334 335 350 E 440 unregulated, including extra ("extra") products and the Agar alginate Algīnskāb Karragenan in white Acacia gum, Guar gum, xanthan gum Želen gum E 400-404 406 407 E 410, E 412, E 415, E E
E 418 10 g/kg (separately or together) except for the extra ("extra") products, calcium chloride sodium hydroxide E 509 E 524 unregulated Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids E 471 unregulated-only extra ("extra") sorbitan monolaurate products E 493 25 g/kg, only citrus marmalades jellies Dimethylpolysiloxane E 900 10 mg/kg neohesperidine DC E 959 5 mg/kg – just a taste for stepping up the fruit jellies 4.3.4.2.
Fruit spread, other than those referred to in point 4.3.4.1 4.3.4.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid 5)

E 200 E 202-203 E 210-213 500 mg/kg (separately or together) 1 g/kg (separately or together) the sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together);
100 mg/kg (separately or together) – obtained from fruit jams, jellies and marmalades 4.3.4.2.2.
Colours of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn Kurkumīn in the hlorofilīn copper chlorophyll and complex caramel carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin E E E 100 Anthocyanins 140 141-150 d E E E E E 160 160 162 163 unregulated quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF S Kumač of oranždzelten of ponceau 4R 4R, Cochineal red A green S lycopene lutein E E E 124 120 104 110 E E E 160d E 161b 142 100 mg/kg (separately or together) 4.3.4.2.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) neohesperidine DC E 950 951 952 954 E E E E 959 1 g/kg g/kg 1 g/1 kg 200 mg/kg 50 mg/kg for products with energy-sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated – products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar 4.3.4.2.4.
Different lactic acid Malic acid Ascorbic acid Calcium lactate sodium citrate citric acid, calcium citrate, tartaric acid, sodium tartrate, sodium malate in Pectin, E E E E 270 296 300 330 331 E 327 E E E E E 333 334 335-350 E 440 unregulated products energy-Algīnskāb and alginate, Agar carrageenan white Acacia gum guar gum xanthan gum Želen gum E 400-404 406 407 E 410, E 412, E 415 418 10 E E E g/kg (individually or in total) also, products with energy-calcium chloride sodium hydroxide E 509 E 524 unregulated Dimethylpolysiloxane E 900 10 mg/kg – also products with energy-4.3.5.
Candied in sugar syrup and glazed fruit and vegetables 4.3.5.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1 g/kg (separately or together) the sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-100 mg/kg (separately or together) – candied or glazed fruit, vegetables, Angelika and citrus peel, also "Mostard di Frutti" 4.3.5.2 Riboflavin in Chlorophyll and pigments, Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn hlorofilīn can be a complex caramel Augogl-Carotene in paprika extract , capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn in unregulated quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE the allura Patentzil V indigotine Indigo, Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b mg/kg 200 (separately or together) Eritrozīn E 127 200 mg/kg-sugar syrup in canned cherries 150 mg/kg – "Bigarreaux" cherries in syrup and 4.3.5.3 cocktails.
Sweeteners sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated-only products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar 4.3.5.4.
A variety of Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactate 2 mg/kg (separately or together)-only product "Mostard di Frutti" aluminium sulphate (4) 520-523 E 200 mg/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup lactitol xylitol E 420
421 E E e E E 965 966 953 967 unregulated 4.3.6.
Fruit and vegetable products 4.3.6.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together);
200 mg/kg (separately or together) – fruit product "polenta";
800 mg/kg (separately or together) – for liquid pectin;
2 g/kg (separately or together)-potato dough, fried potatoes and potato dish "Semmelknödelteig" benzoic acid and benzoates E 210-213 5) 2 g/kg (separately or together)-boiled red beets to sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together), mushrooms, white pickled vegetables and nuts;
100 mg/kg (separately or together) – potatoes potato dough and pie filling in 4.3.6.2.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-only marinade, additives ("relish"), "Chutney" and "Piccalill" in Tartrazīn Kurkumīn of quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 500 mg/kg (individually or total)-only marinade, additives ("relish"), "Chutney" and "Piccalill" 4.3.6.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/kg 1 g/kg 250 mg/kg 200 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg, 350 mg/kg (a) products with energy-sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 953
E E E 967 965 966 unregulated-only products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar, except for fruit juice-containing beverages 4.3.6.4.
Variety of Ascorbic acid and ascorbate in the citric acid and citrate in the E 300-302 E 330-333 unregulated-only fruit Compote for phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 800 mg/kg (separately or together)-fruit products;
5 g/kg (separately or together) – the only potato products-Propane-1,2-diol alginate 1.2 E 405 5 g/kg of E 620 glutamic acid and glutamate-625 10 g/kg (separately or together) with the exception of fruit Compote of guanylic acid and guanilāt) and inosinic acid inozināt 7 7) Ribonukleotīd 7) E-629-633 630 626 E E 634-635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 966 953 E E E
E 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg pectin calcium chloride E 440 E 509 unregulated-only fruit Compote other than Apple compote, see also annex 2 – except for the non-regulated fruit Compote-4.3.7.
Fruit or vegetable desserts 4.3.7.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together)-only products "Frugtgrö d" and the "rote" benzoic acid and benzoates Grütz 5) E 210-213 500 mg/kg (separately or together)-only products "Frugtgrö d" and the "rote" 4.3.7.2 Grütz.
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b Riboflavin 10 mg/kg of Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll a and hlorofilīn hlorofilīn can Augogl in a complex caramel carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn in unregulated quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN

Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 150 mg/kg (separately or together), but E 110, E 122, E 124, E 155 the maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/kg 4.3.7.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 950 E lactitol xylitol 951 952 954 955 E E E E E E E 420 421 962 959 E E E E 966 965 953 967 350 mg/kg 1 g/kg 250 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg (350 mg/kg a) unregulated products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar 4.3.7.4.
Variety of fumaric acid (E) 297 4 g/kg only jelly products, products with fruit taste and powdered products phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 3 g/kg (separately or together);
7 g/kg (separately or together) – powdered products, adipic acid and 5-adipāt) E 355 357 1 g/kg (separately or together) – products with fruit taste and powdered products;
6 g/kg (separately or together)-jelly products Dzintarskāb E 363 6 g/kg of Propane-1.2-diol alginate, E 405 5 g/kg only reloads, garnish, coatings and desserts Karaj resins E 416 6 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 3 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 2 g/kg of propane-1 fatty acids 2-1,2-diol esters (E) 477 5 g/kg Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 5 g/kg (separately or together) 483 5 g/kg of E Steariltartrāt sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol, and Maltitol isomalt maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg pectin calcium chloride E 440 E 509 unregulated-only fruit Compote other than Apple compote, see also annex 2 not regulated 4.3.8.
Fermented fruit and vegetable products 4.3.8.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together) – only white mushrooms and vegetables 4.3.8.2.
Variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 5. Confectionery no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5 5.1).
Cocoa and chocolate 5.1.1.
Colours Silver Gold E 174 175 not regulated E-chocolate for decoration only sweeteners sorbitol and sorbitol 5.1.2 syrup, isomalt and mannitol Meal maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated-only chocolate, energy-reduced or with no added sugar 5.1.3.
Lecithin E 322 of various unregulated citric acid E 330 5 g/kg g/kg of E Ta 334 5 E 414 Acacia gum unregulated-only surface of Glycerin not regulated E 422 E 440 Pectin unregulated-only surface of ammonium fosfatīd E 442 10 g/kg for chocolate products (including filling), Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids E 471 of the unregulated Polyglycerol poliricinolāt sorbitan tristearate (E) E 476 492 5 g/kg g/kg only 10 chocolate carbonates E 170 E 500-501 E 503 – 504 70 g-solids-non-fat in kilograms, expressed as potassium carbonate Hydroxide magnesium oxide E 524-528 E 530 beeswax Kandelilvask 901 902 of shellac (E) E E 904 unregulated-only as glazing agents Karnaubvask E 903 500 mg/kg, as only the glazing agents fatty acid Mono-and diglycerides E 472 c citric acid esters of unregulated 5.2.
Confectionery products, other than those referred to in point 5.1 5.2.1 and 5.3.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid 5) 5 p-hydroxybenzoate) E E E 200-203-213 210 202 E 214-219 300 mg/kg (separately or together) 1.5 g/kg (separately or together) the sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together), only in accordance with the principle of the transfer of the transferred from glucose syrup, glucose syrup containing in 5.2.2.
Colours aluminium E 173 unregulated-only external sugar confectionery coatings used in cake plate in annatto, bixin, norbixin, E 160b, 20 mg/kg only surface coating and decorating Silver Gold E 174 175 not regulated E-only confectionery coatings Kurkumīn for external Tartrazīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE the allura Patentzil V indigotine Indigo, Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 300 mg/kg (separately or together) but 110, E 122, E E 124, E 155 the maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/kg of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 5.2.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose thaumatin neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 957 E 962 500 mg/kg 1 g/kg g/kg 500 mg/kg 50 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 500 mg/kg (a) without the added sugar in the aspartame Acesulfame K, Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose thaumatin neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame) E E E 1 10 950 951 954 E 955 E 957 E 959 E 962 500 mg/kg of 2 g/kg 500 mg/kg, 800 mg/kg 50 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 500 mg/kg (a) only cocoa and dried fruit containing confectionery, energy-reduced or with no added sugar Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 962 1 959 954 955 g/kg g/kg 300 mg/2 kg 1 g/kg 150 mg/kg in 1 g/kg (a) only the starch confectionery, energy-reduced or with no added sugar Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 962 959 954 955 2.5 g/kg 3.0 6.0 g/kg g/kg g/kg 2.4 kg 2.5 mg/400 mg/kg (a) breath of refreshing mikrosaldum without sugar, aspartame Acesulfame K and Saccharin salt of aspartame-sucralose 8) acesulfame salt 1 10) E E E E 950 951 954 955 E 962 1.0 2.0 g/kg g/kg 800 800 mg/kg mg/kg 1.0 g/kg (b) confectionery "Be" E 951 aspartame, E 955 sucralose 2.0 1.0 g/kg g/kg in strong flavoured mouth refreshing tablets E 950 Acesulfame K sucralose E 955 500 mg/kg 200 mg/kg in confectionery tablets with energy-sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt
Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 966 953 E E E

E 967 unregulated-products without sugar, cocoa, starch, dried fruit containing confectionery, energy-reduced or with no added sugar 5.2.4.
A variety of Propane-1.2-diol fumaric acid for alginate polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 405, E 432-436 297 E 1 g/kg g/kg 1 1.5 g/kg (separately or together) only sugar confectionery products sucrose esters of fatty acid sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) fatty acids polyglycerol esters of fatty acids in propane-1.2-diol esters of Stearoil-2-sorbitan esters lactates E 475 477 481-482 E E E 491-495 2 g/kg g/kg 5 5 g/kg (separately or together)
5 g/kg (separately or together) phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) – the only sugar confectionery products of ammonium fosfatīd E 442 10 g/kg for cocoa and chocolate products containing E 459 beta-Cyclodextrin unregulated-only products in tablet form of silica and silicates (E) 551-556-559 E unregulated only surface treatment except chocolate glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) Dimethylpolysiloxane E 900 10 mg/kg of beeswax in the shellac Kandelilvask 902 904 E 901 E E unregulated-only as glazing agents Karnaubvask E 903 500 mg/kg – just as the microcrystalline wax glazing agents E 905 unregulated-only surface treatment except chocolate hydrogenated poly-1-dekēn E 907 2 g/kg as glazing agents only – sugar confectionery sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, except jelly confectionery, see also annex 2 unregulated 5.3.
Chewing gum 5.3.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1.5 g/kg (separately or together) of the Butylated hydroxyanisole gallates (BHA) Butylated hidroksitoluol (BHT) of E-312 E 320 310 E 321 400 mg/kg (separately or together) 5.3.2.
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b, 20 mg/kg-only decoration and surface coatings Kurkumīn for Tartrazīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 131 129 122 124 E 132
E E E E 155 151 142 133 E 160d E 160 E 160f E 161b 300 mg/kg (separately or together), and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 5.3.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose thaumatin neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 957 E 962 2 g/kg g/kg 5.5 1.2 g/kg g/kg 3, 50 mg/kg 2 400 mg/kg g/kg (a) products without sugar, sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 966 953 E E E E 967 unregulated 5.3.4.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341 343 E E 450-452 unregulated fumaric acid E 297 2 g/kg of Propane-1.2-diol alginate 405 5 g/kg of E Karaj resins E 416 5 g/kg of polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 5 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 10 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 5 g/kg Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactate 2 mg/kg (separately or together)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) not regulated E 553b TALC glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) E 650 zinc acetate 1 g/kg of E 900 100 mg/kg Dimethylpolysiloxane beeswax Kandelilvask microcrystalline wax by shellac 901 902 904 E E E E 905 unregulated-only as glazing agents Karnaubvask E 903 1.2 g/kg of urea as glazing agents only – E 927b 30 g/kg-only products without sugar, aspartame Acesulfame K thaumatin neohesperidine DC 951 957 950 E E E E 959 800 mg/kg 2.5 g/kg to 10 mg/kg 150 mg/kg only as a taste Enhancer products added sugar (use more than one, each of the additives specified dose should be reduced to a percentage amount does not exceed 100) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, gliceriltriacetāt E 1518 triacetin unregulated see also annex 2 not regulated 6. cereal products no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 6.1.
Whole and broken grains or cereal flakes 6.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-30 mg/kg (separately or together) – only groob and Butylated hydroxyanisole in sago gallates (BH) E 310-312 E 320 200 mg/kg (alone or in combination, in proportion to the fat content) – just parboiled products 6.1.2.
Different Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of the acetic acid esters (E) 471 472 of unregulated E-just a quick cooking rice Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 4 g/kg (separately or together) – just a quick cooking rice E 553b TALC unregulated-only rice 6.2.
Flour, starch and bran 6.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together), just solid, with the exception of starch in foods for infants and young children 6.2.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 2.5 g/kg (separately or together);
20 g/kg-flour with added raising agents 6.3.
Dry breakfast 6.3.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-100 mg/kg (separately or together)-Sweet cereals products ("sweetcorn") which in 6.3.2.
Ammonia caramel colours annatto, bixin carotenes, norbixin paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn E 150 c E E E 160b, 160 160 not regulated not regulated not regulated 25 mg/kg only pressed and/or bloated products with fruit taste of Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, beetroot red, betanin E E E 120 Anthocyanins 162 163 200 mg/kg (separately or together)-only products with fruit taste of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract , capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated – except for the abovementioned products 6.3.3.
Sweeteners sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated – products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 962 959 954 955 1.2 g/kg 1 g/kg 100 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg (1 g/kg (b))


products with a fiber content of greater than 15%, and containing at least 20% bran and energy-reduced or with no added sugar 6.3.4.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 10 g/kg-just "Granola" type products Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) and sorbitol sorbitol syrup isomalt and mannitol Meal maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 6.4.
Pasta 6.4.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) – just the dumplings "gnocchi" 6.4.2.
Different lactic acid Ascorbic acid, sodium ascorbate Lecithin, citric acid tartaric acid Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids in the Glukonskāb Delta-Lactone E 270 300 301 E E E E E E 471 322 330 334 575 unregulated-only E raw pasta pasta phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 2 g/kg (separately or together) – noodles only 6.5.
Cereals or starch desserts 6.5.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives E 234 3 mg/kg Nizīn – only the manna and tapioca puddings and similar products in 6.5.2.
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b, 10 mg/kg Kurkumīn a Tartrazīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E 151 E 155 E 160d E 160 E 160f E 161b 150 mg/kg (separately or together), but E 110, E 122, E 124 and E 155 the maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/kg of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 160 160 162 E E E E 163 E 170 171 172 not regulated E E 6.5.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/kg 1 g/kg 250 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg, 350 mg/kg (a) products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar and sorbitol sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup lactitol xylitol E 420 E 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 6.5.4.
Variety of fumaric acid (E) 297 4 g/kg only jelly products, products with fruit taste and powdered products phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 3 g/kg (separately or together);
7 g/kg (separately or together) – powdered products, adipic acid and 5-adipāt) E 355 357 1 g/kg (separately or together)-only products with the taste of fruit and powdered products;
6 g/kg (separately or together)-jelly products Dzintarskāb E 363 6 g/kg of Propane-1.2-diol alginate 405 5 g/kg of E (separately or together) – just reloads, garnish and coatings resins E Karaj 416 6 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 3 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 2 g/kg of propane-1 fatty acids 2-1,2-diol esters (E) 477 5 g/kg Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 5 g/kg (separately or together) 483 5 g/kg of E Steariltartrāt sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol, and Maltitol isomalt maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 unregulated 6.6
Liquid dough (biscuits, waffles, and pancakes) 6.6.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 2 g/kg (separately or together) 6.6.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 12 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967


 
unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg of E 900 10 mg/kg Dimethylpolysiloxane see also annex 2 unregulated 7. Bread and bread products no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 7.1.
Bread and bread products usually 7.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 2 g/kg (separately or together) – pre-packaged, sliced the bread and rye bread, pre-packaged bread products semi-finished products for retail sale of propionic acid and propionate 5) E 280-283 1 g/kg (separately or together) – only for pre-packaged bread;
2 g/kg (separately or together) – bread with reduced energy, for pre-packaged bread products, semi-finished products and pre-packaged "rolls", "buns", "Pitta" and "pølsebrød, boller and dansk flute";
3 g/kg (separately or together) – pre-packaged bread to slices of rye bread and 7.1.2.
Colours are caramel E 150, (d) unregulated-only "malt bread" ("malt bread") 7.1.3 sweeteners Saccharin and its salts 8) E 954 800 mg/kg (separately or together), just "Be" 7.1.4.
Variety of acetic acid and lactic acid and lactates acetates Ascorbic acid and ascorbate, ascorbic acid, Lecithin, fatty acids, ēster Mono-and diglycerides E 260-263 E 270 E 325-327 E 300-302 E E E 471 304 322 unregulated – bread and its products that contain wheat flour, water, yeast and salt (see), and bread "Pain Courant francais" phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 20 g/kg (separately or together) – only the "soda bread" ("soda bread ') fatty acids, Mono-and Esther E 472 DIGLYCERIDES, d – f unregulated – bread and its products that contain wheat flour, water, yeast and salt (see) Stearoil-2-Steariltartrāt E 481 lactates-482 E 483 3 g/kg (separately or together) 4 g/kg except bread and its products that contain wheat flour, water, yeast and salt (see), and the bread "Pain Courant francais" glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) except bread and its products that only contains wheat flour, water, yeast and salt (see), and the bread "Pain Courant francais" guanylic acid and guanilāt) and inosinic acid inozināt 7 7) Ribonukleotīd 7) E-629-633 630 626 E E 634-635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg see also annex 2 – with the exception of unregulated bread and its products that contain wheat flour, water, yeast and salt (see), and "Pain Courant francais" 7.2.
Flour confectionery 7.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203


2 g/kg (separately or together) – pre-packaged products semi-finished products for retail sale and that water activity greater than 0.65; bread energy-retail sale of sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together)-only cookies and crackers propionic acid and propionate 5) E 280-283 1 g/kg (separately or together)-only Christmas pudding ("Christmas pudding");
2 g/kg (separately or together) – pre-packaged products containing water activity greater than 0.65 Butylated hydroxyanisole of gallates (BH) E 310-312 E 320 200 mg/kg (alone or in combination, in proportion to the fat content)-only cake semi-finished products 7.2.2.
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b Riboflavin 10 mg/kg of Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll a and hlorofilīn hlorofilīn can Augogl in a complex caramel carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn in unregulated quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b mg/kg 200 (individually or together), but E 110, E 122, E 124 and E 155 the maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/kg in 7.2.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 962 1 959 954 955 g/kg g/kg g/1.6 1.7 kg 170 mg/kg mg/kg 150 700 mg/kg 1 g/kg (a) dietary foods only sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 953 E 965
(E) 966-967 E unregulated products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar 7.2.4.
Variety of fumaric acid adipic acid and 5-adipāt) E 297 E 355-357 2.5 g/kg g/kg 2 (separately or together) just reloads and garnish of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 20 g/kg (separately or together) Propane-1.2-diol alginate E 405 2 g/kg;
5 g/kg-just reloads, garnish and coatings resins E Karaj 416 5 g/kg-just reloads, garnish and coatings polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 3 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 10 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 10 g/kg of propane-1.2-diol fatty acid esters (E) 477 5 g/kg Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 5 g/kg (separately or together) Steariltartrāt 483 4 g/E kg sorbitan esters E 491-495 10 g/kg (separately or together);
5 g/kg-just a garnish and coating of sodium aluminium phosphate, E 541 1 g/kg (expressed as Al) – only biskvītkūk and wheat or barley biscuits ("scones") glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 965 966 953 E E E 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg of beeswax in the shellac Kandelilvask E E E 901 – 902 904 unregulated as glazing agents only with chocolate coated products Karnaubvask E 903 200 mg/kg as glazing agents only – with chocolate coated products see also annex 2 unregulated 8. Meat and meat products no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1) 1 2 3 4 5-4) 8.1.
Fresh meat-poultry, rabbits and livestock and game in 8.1.1.
Fresh meat-poultry, rabbits and livestock and game, other than those referred to in paragraph 8.1.2.8.1.1.1.
Allura red AC dye Brilliant FCF Brown HT E 129 E 133 E 155 just for stamping meat and other mandatory markings 8.1.2.
Fresh minced meat (chopped) and its semi-finished 8.1.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-450 mg/kg (separately or together)-only "breakfast of sausage," "Burger meat" that contains at least 4% vegetables and/or cereal products, meat products, "the Longaniz" and "Butifarr Fresca of Fresca" 8.1.2.2.
Colours of carotenes Kurkumīn paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin E E E E 100 160 160 162 20 mg/kg 10 mg/20 mg/kg kg unregulated only sausages Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, caramel E 150-120 E (d) 100 mg/kg not regulated only sausages and Burger meat "," which contains at least 4% vegetables and/or red 2 g of cereal products allura red AC (E) E 128 129 20 mg/kg, 25 mg/kg only "breakfast sausage" that contain at least 6% of cereals, and "Burger meat" that contains at least 4% vegetables and/or cereal products 8.1.2.3.
Variety of Ascorbic acid and ascorbate in the E 300 – 302 unregulated-only for pre-packaged meat semi-finished products and the product "Gehack" citric acid and citrate E 330-333 unregulated-only for pre-packaged meat semi-finished products and the product "Gehack" E 553b TALC unregulated-only des a surface of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (alone or in combination, only processed meats, but not meat product "iepriekšapstrādāt Gechak" and prepacked products guanylic acid and guanilāt 7) and inosinic acid inozināt 7) Ribonukleotīd 7) E-629-633 630 626 E E 634-635

500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 only – processed non-regulated meat 8.2.
Treated with different cuts of meat 8.2.1.
Uncooked meat in 8.2.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and benzoic acid and benzoates, sorbates p-hydroxybenzoate E 200 E 202-203 E 210-213 E 214-219-only dried non-regulated products for the surface treatment of Nitrite (expressed as NaNO2) E 249-250 1) 150 mg/kg (separately or together)-added during processing of meat; of the remaining quantity in the product, omitting the trade: – 50 mg/kg, salted and cured meat;
-100 mg/kg, and the rest of the salted meat;
2) 175 mg/kg (the remaining quantity, omitting the marketing) – for the Nitrate in the salted ham (expressed as NaNO3) 251-252 E 300 mg/kg (separately or together)-salted meat is added during processing; the remaining quantity of it, omitting the meat trade – 250 mg/kg of Butylated hydroxyanisole gallates E 310-312 E 320 200 mg/kg (alone or in combination, in proportion to fat content in meat) – only dried meat erythorbic acid sodium eritorbāt 5) E E 315 316 500 mg/kg (separately or together), just salted, dried, smoked and preserved meat products 8.2.1.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) neohesperidine DC E 959 5 mg/kg – just as a taste Enhancer see also annex 2 not regulated 8.2.2 cooked pieces of meat 8.2.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates 5) p-hydroxybenzoate (PHB) benzoic acid and benzoates E 200, E 202, E 203 214-219 E 210-213 1 g/kg (separately or together), gelatinous coating dried products, arbitrary-surface treatment
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
Nitrites (expressed as NaNO2) E 249-250 1) 150 mg/kg (separately or together)-added during processing of meat; of the remaining quantity in the product, omitting the trade – 100 mg/kg (including meat products, "foie gras", "foie gras entier", "Bloc de foie gras");
2) 175 mg/kg (the remaining quantity, omitting the marketing) – for the Nitrate in the salted ham (expressed as NaNO3) 251-252 E 1) 300 mg/kg (separately or together)-added during processing of meat; of the remaining quantity in the product, omitting the trade – 250 mg/kg;
2) 50 mg/kg (the remaining quantity, omitting the marketing), meat preparations "foie gras", "foie gras entier", "Bloc de foie gras" gallates Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) of E-312 E 310 320 200 mg/kg (alone or in combination, in proportion to the fat content of meat) – only the dried products erythorbic acid sodium eritorbāt 5) E E 315 316 500 mg/kg (separately or together), just salted, dried, smoked and preserved meat products 8.2.2.2.
Different sodium ascorbate Ascorbic acid E 300 E 301 unregulated-only meat products "foie gras", "foie gras entier", "Bloc de foie gras" phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides 473 474 5 g/kg of E E (alone or in combination, in proportion to fat content in meat) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) excluding meat preparations "foie gras" "Foie gras entier", "Bloc de foie gras" guanylic acid and guanilāt) and inosinic acid inozināt 7 7) Ribonukleotīd 7) E-629-633 630 626 E E 634-635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg neohesperidine DC E 959 5 mg/kg – just as a taste Enhancer see also annex 2 – with the exception of the unregulated meat preparations "foie gras", "foie gras entier", "Bloc de foie gras" 8.3.
Chopped meat products (sausages, pates and similar products) 8.3.1.
Uncooked chopped meat products 8.3.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives E 235 1 Natamicīn mg/dm2 (not containing 5 mm depth)-only salted, dried, smoked sausage for the surface treatment of sorbic acid and sorbates p-hydroxybenzoate (PHB) benzoic acid and benzoates E 200, E 202, E 203 214-219 E 210-213 1 g/kg (separately or together), gelatinous coating dried products, arbitrary – surface treatment of sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-450 mg/kg (separately or together)-only "breakfast sausage" "Burger meat" that contains at least 4% vegetables and/or cereal products, meat products, "the Longaniz" and "Butifarr Fresca of Fresca" nitrites (expressed as NaNO2) E 249-250 150 mg/kg (separately or together) at the time of manufacture of the product, the quantity added; of the remaining quantity in the product, omitting the trade:-50 mg/kg, salted, smoked and dried products;
-100 mg/kg for other cured products are Nitrate (expressed as NaNO3) 251-252 E 300 mg/kg (separately or together) at the time of manufacture of the product, the quantity added; the remaining quantity of it, omitting the marketing of the products – 250 mg/kg sodium 5 erythorbic acid eritorbāt) E E 315 316 500 mg/kg (separately or together), salted, dried, smoked and preserved meat products 8.3.1.2.
Colours of Kurkumīn, Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines caramel carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin E 100 120 150 – d E E E E E 160 160 162 20 mg/kg 100 mg/kg not regulated 20 mg/kg 10 mg/kg not only governed the Riboflavin in the Kurkumīn sausages, Ponceau 4R, cochineal carmines E 100 E 120-101 E unregulated only external shell "Pasturm" sunset yellow FCF oranždzelten S Kumač, a, ponceau 4R 4R red (A) E 110, E 124 135 mg/kg 200 mg/kg only "Sobrasad" Ponceau 4R, cochineal in the carmines, Kumač, ponceau 4R 4R red A E 120, E 124 200 mg/kg 250 mg/kg only "Chorizo" sausage and "Salchichon" red 2 g (E) 128 20 mg/kg-only "breakfast sausage" that contains at least 6% of cereals, and "Burger meat" that contains at least 4% vegetables and/or cereal products allura red AC Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, E 129 E caramel E 150-120 (d) 25 mg/kg 100 mg/kg not only regulated "breakfast sausage" that contains at least 6% of cereals and meat, "Burger", which contains at least 4% vegetables and/or cereal products 8.3.1.3.
Variety of Ascorbic acid and ascorbate in the citric acid and citrate in the E 300-302 E 330-333 unregulated-only prepackaged meat products, phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) not regulated E 553b TALC – the only sausage surface of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (individually or total) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg neohesperidine DC E 959 5 mg/kg – just as a taste Enhancer see also annex 2 – except a prepackaged non-regulated products 8.3.2.
Cooked chopped meat products 8.3.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates p-hydroxybenzoate (PHB) benzoic acid and benzoates E 200, E 202, E 203 214-219 E 210-213 1 g/kg (separately or together), gelatinous coating dried products, arbitrary – surface treatment Natamicīn E 235 1 mg/dm2 (not containing 5 mm depth)-only salted, dried, smoked sausage for the surface treatment of Nitrite (expressed as NaNO2) E 249-250 150 mg/kg (separately or together) at the time of manufacture of the product, the quantity added; of the remaining quantity in the product, omitting the trade – 100 mg/kg of nitrate (expressed as NaNO3) 251-252 E 300 mg/kg (separately or together) at the time of manufacture of the product, the quantity added; the remaining quantity of it, omitting the marketing of the products – 250 mg/kg sodium 5 erythorbic acid eritorbāt) E E 315 316 500 mg/kg (separately or together), just salted, dried, smoked and preserved meat products 8.3.2.2.
Allura red AC dye E-129 25 mg/kg only "Luncheon meat" E 161 g Canthaxanthin/kg, 15 mg Sauciss de Strasbourg "only" Kurkumīn of Ponceau 4R, cochineal, caramel carmines, carotenes, paprika extract, capsanthin kapsorubīn beet red, betanin E 100 120 150 – d E E E E E 160 160 162 20 mg/kg 100 mg/kg not regulated 20 mg/kg 10 mg/kg for regulated only pies , pie, sausage and soup meat 8.3.2.3.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides 473 474 5 g/kg of E E (alone or in combination, in proportion to the fat content of the product) Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 4 g/kg (separately or together) – only for Malta, chopped into small pieces and sliced meat glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd 7) E 626-629-633-634 E 630 E 635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg of E 553b TALC unregulated-only des surface treatment neohesperidine DC E 959 5 mg/kg – just as a taste Enhancer see also annex 2 not regulated 8.4.
The external sheaths 8.4.1 edible.
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b, 20 mg/kg Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn of quinoline in Riboflavin yellow sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R, oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE allura

The Patentzil V indigotine, Indigo Carmine Brilliant FCF and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex in Green's caramel diamond black BN, black PN Augogl-Brown HT carotenes lycopene paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid lutein beet red, betanin E E E 100 Anthocyanins 101 102 104 110 E E E E E E 129 120 122 124 131 132 133 E E E E E E E 140 141 142-150 151 153 155 d E E E E 160 160 160 E 160d E E E E E E 160f 161b 162 163 not regulated, except "Pasturm" skin calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides 170 171 172 E E E unregulated except "Pasturm" skin 8.4.2.
Variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 unregulated fishing products 9. marine invertebrates and also crustaceans no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 9.1.
Fresh fishery products 9.1.1.
Fresh fish and fish products 9.1.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives boric acid Sodium tetraborate 284 285 4 g/kg of E E-store only eggs (caviar), 9.1.1.2.
Variety of Ascorbic acid and ascorbate in the citric acid and citrate in the E 300-302 E 330-333 unregulated 9.1.1.3.
Dye amaranth E 123 30 mg/kg – only fish eggs, and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-only fish eggs in Tartrazīn of Kurkumīn quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 300 mg/kg (individually or total) – only fish eggs 9.1.2.
Fresh marine invertebrates and crustaceans 9.1.2.1.
Variety of Ascorbic acid and ascorbate in the citric acid and citrate in the E 300-302 E 330-333 unregulated 9.1.2.2.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-150 mg/kg (separately or together) – only crustaceans and cephalopods of the edible parts;
150 mg/kg (separately or together), Penaeida, Solenocerida and Aristeida families of up to 80 pieces. food share;
200 mg/kg (separately or together), Penaeida, Solenocerida and Aristeida families of 80 to 120 PCs. food share;
300 mg/kg (separately or together), Penaeida, Solenocerida and Aristeida family of more than 120 PCs. the edible part of 9.2.
Frozen fishery products 9.2.1.
Frozen fish and fish products 9.2.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives boric acid Sodium tetraborate 284 285 4 g/kg of E E-store only eggs (caviar), erythorbic acid sodium eritorbāt 5) E E 315 316 1.5 g/kg (separately or together) – only fish with red skin 9.2.1.2.
Variety of Ascorbic acid and ascorbate in the citric acid and citrate in the E 300-302 E 330-333 unregulated phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together)-fish fillets;
1 g/kg (separately or together) – frozen fish meat minced with additives sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated-only raw fish "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg 9.2.1.3.
Kurkumīn Tartrazīn of the dye of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E E 161b 160f 300 mg/kg (separately or together) – only fish eggs;
500 mg/kg (separately or together) – frozen fish meat minced with additives of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-only fish eggs and frozen fish meat minced with additives see also annex 2
 
 
unregulated-only fish products 9.2.2.
Frozen sea invertebrates and crustaceans 9.2.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-150 mg/kg (separately or together) – only crustaceans and cephalopods of the edible parts;
150 mg/kg (separately or together), Penaeida, Solenocerida and Aristeida families of up to 80 pieces. food share;
200 mg/kg (separately or together), Penaeida, Solenocerida and Aristeida families of 80 to 120 PCs. food share;
300 mg/kg (separately or together), Penaeida, Solenocerida and Aristeida family of more than 120 PCs. the edible part of 9.2.2.2.
Variety of Ascorbic acid and ascorbate in the citric acid and citrate in the E 300-302 E 330-333 unregulated-only sea invertebrates and crustaceans phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) – the only crustacean products, Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate E 385 75 mg/kg (separately or together) – only crustaceans sorbitol syrup Sorbitol and mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated – the rough sea invertebrates, crustaceans and cuttlefish in "Konjac" 425 10 g/kg of E 9.3.
Heat treated (also smoked and dried) and salted fish products 9.3.1.
Heat treated (also smoked and dried) fishing products 9.3.1.1.
Cooked fish and fish products 9.3.1.1.1.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 1 g/kg (separately or together) – only for frozen fish meat minced with additives;
5 g/kg (separately or together) – fish pie of sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) Konjac E 425 10 g/kg also see annex 2.
 
 
unregulated 9.3.1.1.2.
Kurkumīn Tartrazīn of the dye of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E E 161b 160f 100 mg/kg (separately or together) – the only pie;
300 mg/kg (separately or together)-fish eggs;
500 mg/kg (separately or together) – frozen fish meat minced with additives of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-only get rooms , fish eggs and frozen fish meat minced with additives 9.3.1.2.
Cooked sea invertebrates and crustaceans and products thereof
 
 
 

 
 
 
9.3.1.2.1. Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 2 g/kg (separately or together) – only the shrimp;
6 g/kg (separately or together)-cooked in Brown krevet (Crangon Crangon Crangon "" and "vulgar") sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 2 g/kg (separately or together)-cooked in tails and pre-packaged cancer pickled sea invertebrates sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together) 9.3.1.2.2.
Kurkumīn Tartrazīn of the dye of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E E 161b 160f 100 mg/kg (separately or together) – the only pie;
250 mg/kg (separately or together) – cooking prepared crustaceans in Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 9.3.1.2.3.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) – the only crustacean pie for glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 953 E E E 966 E 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 9.3.2.
Fried fish products different view not regulated in annex 5 9.3.3.
Smoked, dried and salted fish products or in 9.3.3.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 200 mg/kg (separately or together) – just dried, salted fishery products sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 to 228 E 200 mg/kg (separately or together) – only salted, dried cod fish belonging to the family of 9.3.3.2.
Colours Brown FK (E) 154 20 mg/kg, and only smoked fish flaps ("Kipper"), annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b-10 mg/kg only smoked fish in Tartrazīn Kurkumīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 E 110 E 120
E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 100 mg/kg (separately or together) – only fish eggs and smoked fish, and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 E 160 162 163 E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-only fish eggs and smoked fish 9.3.3.3.
Variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 9.4.
Not sterilized canned fishery products (preserve) 9.4.1.
Fishing products, pickled and/or jelly 9.4.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 2 g/kg (separately or together), erythorbic acid sodium eritorbāt 5) E E 315 316 1.5 g/kg (separately or together) 9.4.1.2.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame) E E E 1 10 950 951 954 955 E 959 E962 E 200/kg 300 mg/kg mg/kg 160 120 mg/kg 30 mg/kg 200 mg/kg (a) only pickled and lightly salted products and fish, marine invertebrates and crustaceans for the marinade 9.4.1.3.
Various Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate E 385 75 mg/kg (separately or together) – only fish, marine invertebrates and crustaceans, filled cans or other containers glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 953 E 965 966 E E 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 9.4.2.
Marinated and/or salted fishery products 9.4.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 2 g/kg (separately or together), nitrates (E) 251-252 mg/kg 200 (alone or in combination expressed as NaNO2)-only pickled herring and sprat (balance, including from the resulting nitrite), erythorbic acid sodium eritorbāt 5) E E 315 316 1.5 g/kg (separately or together) 9.4.2.2.
Various Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate E 385 75 mg/kg (separately or together) – only fish, marine invertebrates and crustaceans, filled cans or other containers glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 953 E 965 966 E E 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 9.4.3.
Salmon caviar substitutes and other fish eggs products 9.4.3.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 2 g/kg (separately or together) boric acid Sodium tetraborate 284 285 4 E E g/kg, only sturgeon eggs (caviar), erythorbic acid sodium eritorbāt 5) E E 315 316 1.5 g/kg (separately or together) 9.4.3.2.
Dye amaranth E 123 30 mg/kg – only fish eggs, and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn in unregulated quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 300 mg/kg (individually or total);
500 mg/kg (separately or together) – salmon substitutes 9.4.3.3.
Variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 9.4.4.
Not sterilized fishery products other than those mentioned in 9.4.1, 9.4.2 and 9.4.3. section 9.4.4.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 2 g/kg (separately or together), erythorbic acid sodium eritorbāt 5) E E 315 316 1.5 g/kg (separately or together) 9.4.4.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 1 g/kg (separately or together) – only for frozen fish meat minced with additives of Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate E 385 75 mg/kg (separately or together) – only fish, marine invertebrates and crustaceans, filled cans or other containers glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 E 634-635

500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 9.5.
Sterilized canned fishery products 9.5.1.
Antioxidant, preservative Sodium tetraborate, boric acid E 284 E 285 4 g/kg only sturgeon eggs (caviar), erythorbic acid sodium eritorbāt 5) E E 315 316 1.5 g/kg (separately or together) 9.5.2.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 200 mg/kg 300 mg/kg mg/kg 160 120 mg/kg 30 mg/kg 200 mg/kg (a) only pickled and lightly salted products and fish, marine invertebrates and crustaceans for the marinade 9.5.3.
Colours Brown FK (E) 154 20 mg/kg, and only smoked fish flaps ("Kipper") Kurkumīn Tartrazīn is a quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 131 129 122 124 E 132 E 133 E E E E 160d 155 142 151 E 160 E 160f E 161b 300 mg/kg (separately or together) – only fish eggs;
500 mg/kg (separately or together) – frozen fish meat minced with additives of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 9.5.4.
Various Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate E 385 75 mg/kg (separately or together) – only fish, marine invertebrates and crustaceans phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 1 g/kg (separately or together) – only for frozen fish meat minced with additives E 620 glutamic acid and glutamate-625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together)
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 unregulated 10. Eggs and egg products no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 10.1.
Fresh eggs (whole) colours All 6 or 7. colours shown in Annex E 100-180 just for decorating or mark shell 10.2.
Raw eggs 10.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 5 g/kg (separately or together) 10.2.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 10 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acids Polyglycerol esters, E 475 1 g/kg for egg products aluminium sulphate 4) E 520-523 30 mg/kg (separately or together) – just egg white to 10.3.
Frozen egg products 10.3.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) 10.3.2.
Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids of different E 475 1 g/kg of aluminium sulphate 4) E 520-523 30 mg/kg (separately or together) – just egg white to 10.4.
Koagulēt egg products or egg powder 10.4.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) – only the egg powder 10.4.2.
Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids of different E 475 1 g/kg of aluminium sulphate 4) E 520-523 30 mg/kg (separately or together) – just egg white for glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 953 E 965 966 E E 967 unregulated "Konjac" 425 10 g/kg of E Trietilcitrāt E 1505 unregulated-only egg white powder also see annex 2 not regulated 10.5.
Egg desserts 10.5.1.
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b, 10 mg/kg Kurkumīn a Tartrazīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E 151 E 155 E 160d E 160 E 160f E 161b 150 mg/kg (separately or together), but E 110, E 122, E 124 and E 155 the maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/kg of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 160 160 162 E E E E 163 E 170 171 172 not regulated E E 10.5.2.
Sweeteners aspartame Acesulfame K, Saccharin and cyclamate cyclamic acid and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952) E E e. E E E 959 954 955 E 962 350 mg/kg 1 g/kg 250 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg, 350 mg/kg (a) products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar and sorbitol sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 965 966 953 E E E 967 unregulated 10.5.3.
Variety of fumaric acid (E) 297 4 g/kg only jelly products, products with fruit taste and powdery mixtures of phosphoric acid products and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 3 g/kg (separately or together);
7 g/kg (separately or together) of powder mixtures of adipic acid and 5-adipāt) E 355-357 1 g/kg (separately or together) – products with fruit taste and powdered products;
6 g/kg (separately or together)-jelly products Dzintarskāb E 363 6 g/kg of Propane-1.2-diol alginate, E 405 5 g/kg only dessert fillings, decorations and coatings resins E Karaj 416 6 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 3 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acids Polyglycerol esters, E 475 2 g/kg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Propane-1.2-diol fatty acid esters (E) 477 5 g/kg Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 5 g/kg (separately or together) 483 5 E stearilester g of tartaric acid/kg sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol
Isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg also see annex 11 for non-regulated Sugar no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 11.1.
Sugar products (sugar (according to the provisions of Cabinet for white sugar), invert sugar and syrup, glucose syrup, dextrose and its monohydrate) 11.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-15 mg/kg (separately or together) – until 31.12.2000.;
10 mg/kg (separately or together) – from 01.01.2001 (except glucose syrup);
20 mg/kg (separately or together)-glucose syrup;
50 mg/kg (separately or together)-glucose syrup containing confectionary 11.1.2.
Variety of silica and silicate E 551-556 E 559 10 g/kg (separately or together) 11.2.
Other sugar products 11.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) – syrup only sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-40 mg/kg (separately or together)-sugar;
40 mg/kg (separately or together) – syrups pancake plate; flavoured syrups smoothies, ice cream and similar plate products;
70 mg/kg (separately or together), molasses and syrup 11.2.2.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 3 g/kg (separately or together) – only in the case of syrups pancake plate; flavoured syrups smoothies, ice cream and similar plate products;
10 g/kg (separately or together)-sugar icing ("sugar" icings) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg see also 2. the annex is not regulated 12. Salt and salt substitutes, spices, soups, sauces and salads, protein products and similar products no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 12.1.
Salt and salt substitutes 12.1.1.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 10 g/kg (separately or together) Ferrocianīd E 535-536 E 538 20 mg/kg (alone or in combination expressed as anhydrous ferrocianīd) silica and silicates (E) 551-556 E 559 10 g/kg (separately or together) 12.2.
Herbs and other seasonings 12.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1 g/kg (separately or together) – just a taste-enhancing spices ("condiment") sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-150 mg/kg (separately or together) to dried ginger;
200 mg/l (separately or together) – the only citrus juice containing spices ("seasoning") of the Butylated hydroxyanisole gallates (BH) E 310-312 E 320 200 mg/kg (alone or in combination, in proportion to the fat content) – just a taste-enhancing spices ("condiment") 12.2.2.
Kurkumīn Tartrazīn of the dye of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E E 161b 160f 500 mg/kg (separately or together), curry powder, spicy marinade sauces, food additives, mikspikl and similar mixtures of spices, and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-curry powder , the marinade, spicy sauces, food additives, mikspikl and similar condiments in 12.2.3.
Variety of silica and silicates (E) 551-556 E 559 30 g/kg-spicy seasoning ("seasoning") glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together);
unregulated-taste seasoning aggravating (the "condiment") and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together);
unregulated-taste seasoning aggravating (the "condiment") sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg see also annex 2 – with the exception of unregulated fresh herbs 12.3.
Vinegar 12.3.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-170 mg/l (separately or together) 12.3.2.
Colours are caramel E 150, (d) unregulated 12.3.3.
Variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 12.4.
Mustard 12.4.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1 g/kg (separately or together) the sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-250 mg/kg (separately or together);
500 mg/kg (separately or together) – "Dijon" mustard 12.4.2.
Kurkumīn Tartrazīn of the dye of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E E 161b 160f 300 mg/kg (separately or together), and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 12.4.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K E 950 350 mg/kg E 951 350 mg/kg of aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) E 954 320 mg/kg E 955 140 mg/kg sucralose neohesperidine DC E 959 50 mg/kg of aspartame-acesulfame salt) 1 10 E 962 350 mg/kg (b) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 12.4.4 different glutamic acid and glutamate in the E-620 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633

(E) 634-635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 12.5.
Soups and broths 12.5.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 500 mg/kg (separately or together) – the only liquid, but not canned products of Butylated hydroxyanisole gallates (BH) E 310-312 E 320 200 mg/kg (alone or in combination, in proportion to fat content) – the only dry soups and broths in 12.5.2.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 110 mg/l 110 110 mg/l mg/l mg/l 50 45 mg/l 110 mg/l (b) soups with reduced energy value 12.5.3.
Kurkumīn Tartrazīn of the dye of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E E 161b 160f 50 mg/kg (separately or together), and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 12.5.4.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 3 g/kg (separately or together) Dzintarskāb E 363 5 g/kg of polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 1 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 2 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633
(E) 634-635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) Dimethylpolysiloxane E 900 10 mg/kg of sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 12.6.
Sauces 12.6.1.
Emulsified sauces 12.6.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 2 g/kg 1 g/kg g/kg 2 (separately or together)-only products with a fat content of less than 60% of sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1 g/kg 500 mg/kg 1 g/kg (separately or together)-only products with a fat content of 60% or more of Butylated hydroxyanisole gallates (BH) E-310 312 E 320 200 mg/kg (alone or in combination, in proportion to fat content) 12.6.1.2.
Kurkumīn Tartrazīn of the dye of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E E 161b 160f 500 mg/kg (separately or together), and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 12.6.1.3 sweeteners Acesulfame K E 950 350 mg/kg E 951 350 mg/kg of aspartame and Saccharin its salts 8) E 954 160 mg/kg E 955 450 mg/kg sucralose neohesperidine DC E 959 50 mg/kg of aspartame-acesulfame salt) 1 10 E 962 350 mg/kg (b) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 12.6.1.4 different phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate

E 385 75 mg/kg of Propane-1.2-diol alginate E 405 8 g/kg of resin E Karaj 416 10 g/kg of polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 5 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 10 g/kg (separately or together) poliricinolāt E of Polyglycerol 476 4 g/kg-only salad dressing sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (individually or total) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 12.6.2.
Not emulsified sauces 12.6.2.1 antioxidant preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1 g/kg (separately or together) of the Butylated hydroxyanisole gallates (BH) E 310-312 E 320 200 mg/kg (separately or together, expressed in proportion to FAT) Chlorophyll pigments are Riboflavin 12.6.2.2 and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract , capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated – except the tomato sauce is Tartrazīn Kurkumīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE the allura Patentzil V indigotine Indigo, Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 500 mg/kg (separately or together) – except tomato sauce 12.6.2.3 sweeteners Acesulfame K E 950 350 mg/kg of aspartame E 951 350 mg/ kg Saccharin and its salts 8) E 954 160 mg/kg E 955 450 mg/kg sucralose neohesperidine DC E 959 50 mg/kg of aspartame-acesulfame salt) 1 10 E 962 350 mg/kg (b) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 12.6.2.4 different phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Propane-1.2-diol alginate E 405 8 g/kg of sucrose esters of fatty acid sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 10 g/kg (separately or together) poliricinolāt E of Polyglycerol 476 4 g/kg-only salad dressing glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol, and maltitol Maltitol isomalt syrup, lactitol E 420 E 421 xylitol E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 regulated not 12.7.
Cooked lettuce and cocoa, dried fruits, fats or milk products containing sandwich spread 12.7.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates 5)


Benzoic acid and benzoates E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1.5 g/kg (separately or together)-only salad 12.7.2.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 12.7.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 950 E lactitol xylitol 951 952 954 955 E E E E E E E 420 421 962 959 E E E E 966 965 953 967 1 g/kg 1 g/kg 500 mg/kg to 200 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg (1 g/kg (b) not only regulated) sandwich spread of energy-reduced or with no added sugar Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame) E E E 1 10 950 951 954 E955 E 959 E962 350 350 mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg 140 160 mg/kg 50 mg/kg, 350 mg/kg (b) the "Feinkostsal" salad 12.7.4.
Variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 12.8.
The yeast variety sorbitan esters, E 491-495 unregulated-only bread yeast to 12.9.
Protein products 12.9.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 2 g/kg (separately or together)-protein containing only meat, cheese, fish, crustaceans and cephalopods substitutes sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together) – only gelatin;
200 mg/kg (separately or together)-protein containing only meat, fish and crustaceans substitutes 12.9.2.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-only vegetable protein containing meat, fish and crustaceans in the Tartrazīn of Kurkumīn substitutes quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 100 mg/kg (individually or total)-only plant protein-meat, fish and crustaceans substitutes 12.9.3.
Variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg neohesperidine DC E 959 5 mg/kg – just as a taste Enhancer plant proteins see also annex 2 unregulated 13. Foodstuffs for particular nutritional and dietary supplements no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 8.1 1 2 3 4 5). Food – mother's milk substitutes healthy babies (less than 12 months) 13.1.1 antioxidant (I) ASCORBYL PALMITATE (E) 304 10 mg/l 13.1.2.
A variety of L (+)-lactic acid E 270 not regulated E 306 Tocopherol-309 10 mg/l (separately or together) Lecithin E 322 1 g/l if you add more food than one from each of the additives added to the quantity of the substance must be reduced so that the total quantity does not exceed 100% of Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids E 471 4 g/l of Mono-and diglycerides E 472 c citric acid esters of 7.5 g/l-products sold in powder form;
9 g/l-products sold in liquid form and that contains partially hydrolyzed proteins, peptides or amino acids fatty acid sucrose esters E 473 120 mg/l for products containing hydrolysed proteins, peptides or amino acid citric acid E 330 not regulated sodium citrate potassium citrate 331 332 2 E E g/l (separately or together) sodium phosphate potassium phosphates 6) 6) E E 340 1 339 g/l (separately or together) 6) E 338 phosphoric acid in food for infants up to 6 months of age, the maximum phosphorus content be 22 mg/100 kJ, Ca: P ratio should range from 1.2 up to 2.0;
5 to 12 month old babies Ca: P ratio shall not exceed 2.0 Guar gum, E 412 1 g/l-infants up to 6 months of age, if the liquid product contains partially hydrolyzed proteins Karragenan white Acacia gum Guar gum 407 E 410, E 412 300 mg/l E 1 g/l of 1 g/l only 5 to 12 month old babies (when added to food products to more than one of the additives , each added a quantity of a substance should be reduced so that the total quantity does not exceed 100%)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pectin, E 440 5 g/l-fermented foods only 5 to 12 month old infants 13.2. Food small healthy children (up to 3 years of age) and infants for follow-on 13.2.1.
A variety of calcium carbonate in acetic acid and acetate L (+)-lactic acid and lactates L (+)-Malic acid E E 260-263 E 170 270 E 325-327 E 296 unregulated – just as acidity regulators in follow-on formulae for infants in Ascorbic acid and ascorbate) 5 300-302 E 200 mg/kg (separately or together)-fat cereal products containing cookies and crackers;
300 mg/kg (separately or together) – baby food from fruits and vegetables and their juices (I) ASCORBYL PALMITATE 304 E 306 Tocopherol E-309 100 mg/kg (separately or together) – young children of fat containing cereals, cookies and crackers Lecithin E 322 10 g/kg (separately or together) – young children, consumption of cereals, cookies and crackers and citrate citric acid E 330-333 unregulated – just as acidity regulators in follow-on formulae for infants in calcium citrate-E 333 unregulated products containing fruit low in sugar content of L (+)-tartaric acid and tartrate in disodium diphosphate 6) Glukonskāb Delta-Lactone (E) 334-336 E E E 450 354 575 5 g/kg (separately or together)-only cookies and crackers (as balance) phosphoric acid, E 338 1 g/kg of 6) – just as acidity regulators in follow-on formulae for infants in phosphates 6) E 339-341 1 g/kg (separately or together) – the only cereal products (iii) Tricalcium phosphate, E 341 1 g/kg of 6)-fruit desserts containing Algīnskāb and alginate to 5 E 400-402 E 404 500) mg/kg (separately or together) – the only pudding, sweet dishes and desserts white Acacia gum guar gum of Acacia to Xanthan gum to Pectin, E 410 415 414 412 E E E E 440 10 g/kg (separately or together) – infant follow-on formulae;
20 g/kg (separately or together) – the only cereal products gluten-free fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids Mono and diglycerides are esters-E 471 E 472 – c 5 g/kg (separately or together) – only small baby foods, cereals, cookies and crackers sodium carbonate potassium carbonate in Ammonium carbonate 500 501 E E E 503 unregulated – just as raising agents follow-on formulae for infants in hydrochloric acid sodium hydroxide potassium hydroxide calcium hydroxide E 507 524 525 526 E E E unregulated – just as acidity regulators Silicon dioxide E 551
 

2 g/kg-only dry cereal products Oxidized starch phosphate of Monociet of Diciet of diciet of Fosfatēt phosphate phosphate diciet phosphate Acetylated of ACETYLATED starch diciet of ACETYLATED starch sodium octenyl succinate adipināt-1410 1404 E E E E E E 1414 1412 1413 1420 E 1422 E 1450 50 g/kg (separately or together) – infant in a follow-on formulae Acetylated oxidised starch E 1451 50 g/kg of follow-on formulae for infants-13.3. Dietary Foods for infants and young children with disabilities 13.3.1.
Various E 401 sodium alginate for children from 4 months of age 1 g/l-specific food with custom configurations that are necessary for children with metabolic disorders and children with Propane-1.2-diol probe alginate E 405 children from 12 months of age was 200 mg/l-special diet for young children who are intolerant to cow's milk or children with congenital metabolic disorders white Acacia gum, E 410 children from birth-10 g/l products that lowers the atviļņ disease (gastroezofageāl for reflux) E 412 guar gum for children from birth-10 g/l baby food in liquid form for mixtures containing hydrolysed proteins, peptides or amino acids E 415 xanthan gum to children from birth 1.2 g/l-products containing peptides or amino acids in patients with anomalies stomach and intestinal activity, protein mal-absorption or congenital metabolic disorders E 440 Pectin children from birth-10 g/l products used for stomach and intestinal disorders in cases of Karboksimetilceluloz sodium salt E 466 children from birth to 10 g/l or g/kg-products used in metabolic disorders to reduce dietary fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides, E 471 children from birth, 5 g/l, special diets, particularly in protein-free fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides E 472 c citric acid esters of children from birth-7.5 g/l powder products-liquid 9.0 g/l starch sodium octenyl succinate in the products of E 1450 20 g/l-food formulae up to 6 months of age and follow-on formulae for infants from 4 months of age was 13.4.
Dietary foods for special medical purposes 13.4.1.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338, E 339-6) 341 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) Propane-1.2-diol alginate E 405 1.2 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 1 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 5 g/kg of propane-1 fatty acids 2-1,2-diol esters (E) Stearoil-2 477 1 g/kg of E 481-482-lactate 2 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup lactitol xylitol E 420
421 E E e E E 965 966 953 967 unregulated 13.4.2.
Colours (I) riboflavin (II) riboflavin-5-phosphate and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll and chlorophyll copper complex hlorofilīn caramel Augogl-Carotene in paprika extract, beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn in unregulated quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF Carmine azorubine , carmoisine is allura red 4R Kumač EYE Patentzil the V indigotine, Indigo Carmine FCF Green's Brilliant black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 50 mg/kg (separately or together) in 13.4.3.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K E 950 450 mg/kg E 951 1 g/kg of aspartame and cyclamate cyclamic acid) 5 mg/kg E 952 400 Saccharin and its salts 8) E 954 200 mg/kg mg/kg E 955 400 sucralose neohesperidine DC E 959 100 mg/kg of aspartame-acesulfame salt) 1 10 E 962 450 mg/kg (a) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 966 953 E E E E See also unregulated 967 annex 2 not regulated 13.5.
Diet food products with reduced energy value (for use in weight control diets) 13.5.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200-203 5) 202 E 210-213 1.5 g/kg (separately or together), 13.5.2.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K E 950 450 mg/kg E 951 800 mg/kg of aspartame and cyclamate cyclamic acid) 5 mg/kg E 952 400 Saccharin and its salts 8) E 954 240 mg/kg mg/kg E 955 320 sucralose neohesperidine DC E 959 100 mg/kg of aspartame-acesulfame salt) 1 10 E 962 450 mg/kg (a) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 966 953 E E E E 967 unregulated 13.5.3.
Kurkumīn Tartrazīn of the dye of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF Carmine Azorubine, carmoisine allura red 4R of Kumač EYE Patentzil the V indigotine, Indigo Carmine FCF Green's Brilliant black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b Riboflavin 50 mg/kg of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in
Chlorophyll and copper complexes hlorofilīn caramel Augogl-Carotene in paprika extract, beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 13.5.4.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338, E 339-6) 341 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) Propane-1.2-diol alginate E 405 1.2 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 1 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 5 g/kg of propane-1 fatty acids 2-1,2-diol esters (E) Stearoil-2 477 1 g/kg of E 481-482-lactate 2 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup lactitol xylitol E 420
421 E E e E E 965 966 953 967 unregulated see also annex 2 not regulated 13.6.
Diet products, other than those referred to in paragraph 13.1, 13.5 13.6.1.
Sweeteners sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 13.6.2.
Colours (I) riboflavin (II) riboflavin-5-phosphate and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll and chlorophyll copper complex hlorofilīn caramel Augogl-Carotene in paprika extract, beetroot red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 13.6.3.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338, E 339-6) 341 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967

unregulated see also annex 2 unregulated 12.7.
13.7.1. Nutritional supplements
Antioxidant,

preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid 5) 5 p-hydroxybenzoate) E E E 200-203-213 210 202 E 214-219 2 g/kg (separately or together) – only the liquid products of Butylated hydroxyanisole gallates (BHA) Butylated hidroksitoluol (BHT) of E-312 E 320 310 E 321 400 mg/kg (separately or together) 13.7.2.
Colours (I) riboflavin (II) riboflavin-5-phosphate and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll and chlorophyll copper complex hlorofilīn caramel Augogl-Carotene in paprika extract, beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn in unregulated quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF Carmine azorubine , carmoisine is allura red 4R Kumač EYE Patentzil the V indigotine, Indigo Carmine FCF Green's Brilliant black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 300 mg/kg (separately or together)-solid products;
100 mg/kg (separately or together) – 13.7.3 liquid products.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E E E 1 10 950 951 952) E E955 E 959 954 E 962 500 mg/kg of 2 g/kg 500 mg/kg 500 mg/kg 800 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 500 mg/kg (a) solid products only sorbitol and mannitol sorbitol syrup isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 965 953 E E E 966 E 967 Acesulfame K is not regulated in aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E E E 1 10 950 951 952) E E955 E 959 954 E 962 350 mg/l 400 600 mg/l mg/l mg/l 80 240 mg/l 50 mg/l 350 mg/l (a) only liquid products Acesulfame K, aspartame and cyclamate cyclamic acid 5) Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose thaumatin neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952) E E E E E E E 959 954 955 957 E 5.5 962 2 g/kg g/kg g/kg, 1.25 1.2 g/kg g/kg 2.4.400 mg/kg mg/kg 400 2.0 g/kg (a) vitamins and/or minerals containing the syrupy or chewing of food supplements 13.7.4.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338, E 339-6) 341 E 450-452 unregulated Propane-1.2-diol alginate E 405 1 g/kg of E 459 beta-Cyclodextrin unregulated-only products in tablet form of Cross-linked sodium salt of karboksimetilceluloz E 468 30 g/kg for solid products only – Karaj resins polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose fatty acid glycerides polyglycerol esters esters, sorbitan silica and silicate 416 E 432-436 E E E E E 473 474 475 491-495 E 551-556 (E) 559 not regulated E 620 glutamic acid and glutamate-625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) beeswax Kandelilvask a E E E 901 902 Lac 904 unregulated-only as glazing agents Karnaubvask E 903 200 mg/kg as glazing agents only sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E 953
E E E 967 965 966 E 1201 Polyvinylpyrrolidone unregulated-unregulated-only mineral products in tablet form, see also annex 2 unregulated notes:-food products may contain E 414 and E: 1.551, if they have added nutrients that contain these additives (E 414 not more than 150 g/kg of E 551 nutrients and not more than 10 g/kg of nutrients);
2. E 421, if used as a carrier for vitamin B12 (not less than one part vitamin B12 to 1000 parts E 421);
3. E 1450 when vitamins or polyunsaturated fatty acids preparations.
Maximum residue limits in foods: 1. E 414-10 mg/kg;
2. E 1450 – 100 mg/kg, if vitamins formulations, or 1000 mg/kg, if added to the polyunsaturated fatty acids preparations.
Preparation of fermented products can be used in non-pathogenic L (+)-lactic acid produced crops.
**-If added to food products more than one additive, the quantity of each additive must be reduced so that the total amount of interest does not exceed 100.

14. drink no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 14.1.
Soft drinks 14.1.1.
Water 14.1.1.1.
Drinking table water and soda water in a variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) Konjac E 425 10 g/kg see also annex 2 not regulated 14.1.2.
Fruit and vegetable juices 14.1.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 500 mg/l (separately or together)-Söd ... the only "safe" and "Söde ... SAFT" benzoic acid and benzoates E 210-213 5) 200 mg/l (separately or together)-Söd ... the only "safe" and "Söde ... SAFT" sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 2 g/l – only unfermented grape juice for sakramentāl use sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 to 228 E

50 mg/l (separately or together)-just Orange, grapefruit, Apple and pineapple juice, storing large quantities intended for subsequent distribution;
70 mg/l (separately or together) – only unfermented grape juice for use; sakramentāl
350 mg/l (separately or together), lemon and lime juice;
2 g/l (separately or together), grape juice concentrate for home winemaking 14.1.2.2 sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) neohesperidine DC E 950 951 952 954 E E E E 959 350 mg/l 400 600 mg/l mg/l mg/l 80, 30 mg/l only fruit juice drinks, energy-reduced or with no added sugar 14.1.2.3 different E 170 calcium carbonate is not regulated, only grape juice of potassium tartrate E unregulated-only 336 grape juice of Malic acid in g/l-E 296 3 only pineapple juice Ascorbic acid E 300 unregulated-only fruit juice for citric acid E 330 3 g/l – only fruit juice of pectin (E) 440 3 g/l – only pineapple and passion fruit (granadilla) fruit juice for glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) only vegetable juices guanylic acid and guanilāt) and inosinic acid inozināt 7 7) Ribonukleotīd 7) E-629-633 630 626 E E 634-635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) " Konjac "E 425 10 g/kg of E Dimethylpolysiloxane 900 10 mg/l – only pineapple juice for 14.1.3.
Fruit and vegetable NECTARS 14.1.3.1.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated-only vegetable NECTARS 14.1.3.2 sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) neohesperidine DC 950 951 952 E E E
E 954 600 E 959 350 mg/l mg/l mg/l 80 400 mg/l 30 mg/l only fruit NECTARS 14.1.3.3 different lactic acid E 270 5 g/l – only fruit NECTARS Ascorbic acid E 300 unregulated-only fruit NECTARS citric acid E 330 5 g/l – only fruit NECTARS pectin (E) 440 3 g/l – only pineapple and passion fruit (granadilla) fruit NECTARS glutamic acid and guanylic acid, glutamate and guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd 7) E 620-625-626 E 629 E 630-633-634 635 E 10 g/kg (separately or together) 500 mg/kg (separately or together) only vegetable NECTARS "Konjac" E g/kg 14.1.4 425 10.
Flavoured drinks (can also contain the juice, syrup, juice concentrates and similar products) 14.1.4.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 300 mg/l (separately or together) if used together, then

250 mg/l of sorbates and benzoates 150 mg/l of benzoic acid and benzoates E 210-213 5) 150 mg/l (separately or together) the sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 to 228 E (alone or combined) 20 mg/l-ported from concentrates only fruit juice containing drinks;
50 mg/l – just drink containing glucose syrup, not less than 350 g/l; 235 mg/l-fruit juice and at least 2.5% barley-concentrates ("Barley water");
250 mg/kg, fruit juice or chopped fruit concentrates and containing "Capilé groselh" Dimethyldicarbonate E 242 250 mg/l 1.2) in Tartrazīn of the dye Kurkumīn 14.1.4.2 quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 E E E 122 120 110
124 E 129 e E E E E 131 132 133 142 E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 100 mg/l (separately or together), but E 110, E 122, E 124, E 155 the maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/l of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin kapsorubīn, beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 14.1.4.3 sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/600 mg/l. l 250 mg/l 80 mg/l 30 300 mg/l mg/l mg/l (a) 350 drinks, energy-reduced or with no added sugar Saccharin and its salts 8) E 954 100 mg/l (separately or together) – water-based drink with added CO2, sweeteners and flavourings ("gaseos") 14.1.4.4 variety of fumaric acid E 297 1 g/l – only fruit drink powder soluble in phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 700 mg/l and adipināt 5 adipic acid)
Dzintarskāb E 355-357 E 363 10 g/l (separately or together) 3 g/l at home mixing made fun & drinks-1.2-Propane diol powders alginate E 405 300 mg/l sucrose acetate izobutirāt of rosin glycerine ester E E 444 445 300 mg/l 100 mg/l are not only clear beverages beta-Cyclodextrin E 459 500 mg/l-encapsulated flavourings in aromatized drinks powdered sucrose esters of fatty acid sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/l (separately or together) – only the seeds of anise-based drinks or coconut and almond beverages glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/l (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) Konjac E 425 10 g/kg of E Dimethylpolysiloxane 900 10 mg/l E 957 thaumatin 0.5 mg/l Kvilaj extract E 999 200 mg/l (calculated as anhydrous extract) see also annex 2 not regulated 14.1.5.
Coffee, coffee substitutes, tea, herbal infusions and other hot beverages, excluding cocoa 14.1.5.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives E Dimethyldicarbonate 242 250 mg/l-only liquid tea concentrate (add quantity, balance is not permitted) sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 600 mg/l-only liquid tea concentrates, fruit and herbal infusions concentrates fumaric acid E 297 1 g/kg-soluble products of flavoured tea and herbal infusions in the preparation of the 14.1.5.2 of different phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 2 g/kg (separately or together) – only for soluble and soluble plant tea infusions;
2 g/l (separately or together), coffee-based drinks in vending machines and adipināt 5 adipic acid) Dzintarskāb E 355-357 E 363 10 g/l (separately or together) 3 g/l at home mixing made fun & beverage powders of sucrose esters of fatty acid sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 1 g/l (separately or together) – only for the liquid for canned coffee;
10 g/kg (separately or together) – only powder hot drink stuff for Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactate 2 g/l (separately or together)-only powders used in the preparation of hot beverages sorbitan esters, E 491-495 500 mg/l (separately or together) only liquid tea concentrates, fruit and herbal infusions concentrates beeswax Kandelilvask 901 902 of shellac (E) E E 904 unregulated-only coffee beans as glazing agents for the surface treatment of Karnaubvask-E 903 200 mg/kg of coffee beans as glazing agents only for the surface treatment of 500 E459 beta-Cyclodextrin mg/l-encapsulated flavoured tea-flavourings, 14.2.
Alcoholic beverages (non-alcoholic and mazalkoholisk are also equal) 14.2.1.
Beer 14.2.1.1 antioxidant, preservative, benzoic acid and benzoates E 210-213 5) 200 mg/l-soft only 10 gallon for beer keg in sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E-20 mg/l (separately or together);
50 mg/l (separately or together)-only beer with secondary fermentation in the cask 14.2.1.2 caramel E 150 colours a – (d) unregulated 14.2.1.3 sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/l 80 600 mg/l mg/l mg/l 10 250 mg/l (a) 350 mg/l for beer or non-alcoholic beer with an alcohol content of not more than 1.2% table beer ("Bier de table/Tafelbier/table beer" "" except "Obergarig" of Einfachbier), in which the content is less than 6%, the "Oud bruin" type of dark beer, beer with a minimum acidity of 30 milliequivalents per/l (expressed as sodium hydroxide) aspartame Acesulfame K sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E E E 1 10) 951 955 950 E 959 E 962 25 25 mg/l mg/l mg/l 10 10 mg/l 25 mg/l (b) beer energy-aspartame-Acesulfame K cyclamic acid and cyclamate 5) Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E 959 954 955 E962 350 mg/l 250 600 mg/l mg/l mg/l mg/250 80 l, 30 mg/l 350 mg/l (a) beverages containing non-alcoholic drink mixes with beer, cider, Perry , wine or other alcoholic drink 14.2.1.4 different lactic acid sodium ascorbate Ascorbic acid citric acid gum Acacia E E E E 301 330 300 270 E 414 unregulated Propane-1.2-diol alginate E 405 100 mg/l 14.2.2.
Cider and Perry 14.2.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 200 mg/l (separately or together) the sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 to 228 E 200 mg/l (separately or together) sweeteners Acesulfame K 14.2.2.2 E 950 350 mg/l in E 951 600 mg/l Aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) E 954 80 mg/l E 955 50 mg/l of sucralose neohesperidine DC E 959 20 mg/l of salt of aspartame-acesulfame) 1 10 E 962 350 mg/l (a) Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E 959 954 955 E962 350 mg/l 250 600 mg/l mg/l mg/l mg/250 80 l, 30 mg/l 350 mg/l (a) drink non-alcoholic beverages containing a mixture of beer, cider, Perry, wine or other alcoholic drink 14.2.2.3 different Propane-1.2-diol alginate, E 405 100 mg/l of cider, except "Cidr bouch of" fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/l (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) Konjac E 425 10 g/kg of E Dimethylpolysiloxane 900 10 mg/l – cider, except the "Kvilaj" Cidr bouch extract E 999 200 mg/l (calculated on a dry extract) – cider, except "Cidr" colours of bouch 14.2.2.4 caramel E 150 (a)-(d)
 

unregulated-only "Cidr bouch of" Riboflavin in Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll a and hlorofilīn hlorofilīn can Augogl in a complex caramel carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn in unregulated quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 200 mg/l (individually or total)-except for the "Cidr-bouch" see also annex 2 not regulated 14.2.3.
14.2.3.1 the wines.
Still wines 14.2.3.1 antioxidant preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202) 5 – 200 mg/l Dimethyldicarbonate 203 E 242 250 mg/l 1.2) – the only non-alcoholic wines different Dimethylpolysiloxane E 900 14.2.3.2 unregulated 4.2.3.2.
Sparkling wines of Chlorophyll pigments 4.2.3.2.1 Riboflavin and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 14.2.3.3.
Fortified and liqueur wine Caramel E 150 colours (a) – (d) unregulated 14.2.3.4.
Aromatized wine 14.2.3.4.1 antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 200 mg/l 14.2.3.4.2 sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/l 250 600 mg/l mg/l mg/l mg/250 80 l, 30 mg/l 350 ml/l (a) drink non-alcoholic beverages containing a mixture of beer, cider, Perry, wine or other alcoholic drink of Colouring caramels 14.2.3.4.3 E-150 (d) unregulated-flavoured and spiced wine drink wine, including "American", "soda", "Bitter Biter vino" except "Sangria", "Zurr", and "Kurkumīn of Tartrazīn" clarea of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE the allura Patentzil V indigotine Indigo, Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 200 mg/l (separately or together) – except "American" "Bitter soda", "Bitter vino", "Sangria", "Zurr" and "clarea" E 163 anthocyanins not regulated, only "American" amaranth, E-123 30 mg/l Kurkumīn of Riboflavin are aperitifs in the Tartrazīn of quinoline yellow, Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in amaranth red 100 101 102 (A) E E E E E E E 104 120 122 123 E 124 only "American" soda "and" Bitter ' Bitter vino ' 100 mg/l (separately or together) sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S allura red AC 110 E 129 E just fine "and" Bitter ' Bitter vino ', and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated – except "American" "Bitter soda", "Bitter vino", "Sangria", "Zurr" and "clarea" 14.2.3.4.4 variety of glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) Konjac E 425 10 g/kg see also annex 2 not regulated 14.2.4.
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14.2.4.1 antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 200 mg/l sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 to 228 E 200 mg/l (separately or together);
260 mg/l (separately or together) – wine "made" in a Tartrazīn dye Kurkumīn 14.2.4.2 quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E
E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 200 mg/l (separately or together), and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 14.2.4.3 different phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338 6)
E 339-341 E 450-452 1 g/l (separately or together) Metavīnskāb E 353 100 mg/l-only wine "made" fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/l (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) Konjac E 425 10 g/kg see 2. the annex also unregulated 14.2.5.
Mead 14.2.5.1 antioxidant preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 200 mg/l sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 to 228 E 200 mg/l (separately or together) 14.2.5.2 variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338, E 339-6) 341 E 450-452 1 g/l (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/l (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) Konjac E 425 10 g/kg 14.2.5.3 dyes and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E E E E 153 160 160 162
E E E E 163 170 171 172 unregulated see also annex 2 not regulated 14.2.6.
14.2.6.1 distilled beverages.
Alcoholic drinks (with alcohol content of 15% and more) 14.2.6.1.1 antioxidants, preservatives sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/l – whole pears-distilled drinks 14.2.6.1.2 sweeteners Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 600 mg/l mg/l mg/l mg/250 80 l 30-250 mg/l mg/l mg/l (a) 350 beverages containing non-alcoholic drink mixes with beer, cider, Perry, wine or other alcoholic drink 14.2.6.1.3 dye amaranth E 123 30 mg/l, except "Marachin", "Mr." and "Sambuca" Silver Gold E 174 175 not regulated E-only liqueurs annatto bixin, norbixin, E 160b-10 mg/l only liqueurs, except "Marachin" "Mr." and "Kurkumīn" in the Tartrazīn of the Sambuca of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN

Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 200 mg/l (separately or together) – except whisky and grain alcohol, wine alcohol, rum , brandy, grape Marc Weinbrand "," spirit "Grappa", "invecchiat bagaceira Velha", alcohol distilled from fruit and fruit alcohol, "ouzo", "Grappa", "London gin" Marachin "," Mr. "and" Sambuca "caramel E 150 (a) – (d) unregulated-only whiskey and grain alcohol (with the exception of" Korn "," Kornbrand "or" eau de vie de marque Nationale seigl is Luxembourgeois ") wine spirit, rum, brandy, grape Marc" Weinbrand ", alcohol (except" Tsikoudi "," Tsipour "," eau de vie de marc Marque Nationale Luxembourgeoise ") "Grappa", "invecchiat bagaceira Velha"), and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 not regulated, except whisky and grain alcohol alcohol, wine, rum, brandy, grape Marc Weinbrand "," spirit "Grappa", "invecchiat bagaceira Velha", alcohol distilled from fruit and fruit alcohol, "ouzo", "Grappa", "London gin" Marachin "," Mr. "and" Sambuca "14.2.6.1.4 variety of phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 1 g/l (separately or together) Propane-1.2-diol alginate, E 405 10 g/l emulsified liqueurs of Karaj only resins E 416 10 g/l-only egg liqueurs sucrose esters of fatty acid sucrose glycerides E 474 5 g/l (E 473 separately or together) fatty acids polyglycerol esters of Stearoil-2-E 475 E 481-lactate 482 5 g/l 8 g/l (separately or together) only for emulsified liqueurs sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated-only liqueurs glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 E 634-635 500 mg/kg (separately or together) Konjac E 425 10 g/kg of glycerol esters of wood Rosin (E) 445 100 mg/l – just not clear drinks see also annex 2 not regulated 14.2.6.2.
Alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content of less than 15% 14.2.6.2.1 antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 200 200 mg/l mg/l mg/l 400, if the use of sorbates and benzoates in conjunction 14.2.6.2.2 sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/l 80 mg/600 mg/l l 30-250 mg/l mg/l mg/l 350 (a) Acesulfame K by aspartame and cyclamate 5) cyclamic acid Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/l 250 600 mg/l mg/l mg/l mg/250 80 l, 30 mg/l 350 mg/l (a) drink non-alcoholic beverages containing a mixture of beer, cider, Perry, spirits or wine drink 14.2.6.2.3 of different phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 1 g/l (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/l (separately or together) Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 8 g/l (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid in Ribonukleotīd E 626-629 E 7) 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) Konjac E 425 10 g/kg of sucrose acetate izobutirāt E 444 300 mg/l – just not clear flavoured drinks Rosin glycerol esters E 445 100 mg/l – just not clear drinks sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated-only 14.2.6.2.4 colours silver liqueurs gold E 174
(E) not regulated, only 175 liqueurs amaranth, annatto, bixin norbixin, E 123 E 160b 30 mg/l 10 mg/l, and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 Kurkumīn in Tartrazīn in unregulated quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 200 mg/l (individually or total) see also annex 2 not regulated 15. Snacks no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 15.1.
Cereals, potatoes, or starch-containing snacks 15.1.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and Sorbates) 5 5 p-hydroxybenzoate) 202-203 E 200 E E 214-219 1 g/kg (separately or together), but the PCB the maximum dose is 300 mg/kg sulphur dioxide and sulphites) E E 220 221-9 224 226 228 E, 50 mg/kg (separately or together), cereals and potatoes containing Butylated hydroxyanisole of gallates snacks (BH) E 310-312 E 320 200 mg/kg (alone or in combination expressed in proportion to fat content) – only to cereals 15.1.2.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/kg 500 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 200 mg/kg 50 mg/kg 500 mg/kg (b) only for pre-packaged, perfumed, spicy and dry (dry) amylaceous products 15.1.3 annatto dye bixin, norbixin, E 160b-10 mg/kg only spicy and dry (dry);
20 mg/kg, or pressed for swelled spicy and dry (dried) in Tartrazīn in Kurkumīn products of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 E E E 142 E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 100 mg/kg-just spicy and dry (dry);
200 mg/kg or pressed, spicy puffed and dry (dry) products are Chlorophyll and Riboflavin in Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn hlorofilīn can be a complex caramel Augogl-Carotene in paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 15.1.4.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) Propane-1.2-diol alginate, E 405 3 g/kg of cereals and potato snacks containing Karaj resins E 416 5 g/kg for cereal and potato snacks containing Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 5 g/kg (separately or together), cereals and potatoes containing snacks;
2 g/kg (separately or together)-cereal products snacks glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) beeswax Kandelilvask a E E E 901 902 Lac 904 unregulated-only as glazing agents Karnaubvask E 903 200 mg/kg, as only the glazing agents E 459 beta-Cyclodextrin
 

1 g/kg, use prepare for aromatised products, sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 15.2.
Processed nuts 15.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and Sorbates) 5 5 p-hydroxybenzoate) 202-203 E 200 E E 214-219 1 g/kg (separately or together, not more than 300 mg/kg of PCBS)-only products with Butylated hydroxyanisole coating of gallates (BH) E 310-312 E 320 200 mg/kg (separately or together) – expressed in proportion of fat content in 15.2.2.
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b-10 mg/kg only nuts with a spicy coating of Tartrazīn of Kurkumīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 131 129 122 124 E 132
E E E E 155 151 142 133 E 160d E 160 E 160f E 161b 100 mg/kg (separately or together) – only the nuts with a spicy coating of Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172

15.2.3 non regulated.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K aspartame Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC salt of aspartame-acesulfame, E 951 950 1 10) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/kg 500 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 200 mg/kg 50 mg/kg 500 mg/kg (b) nuts coated in 15.2.4.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 5 g/kg (separately or together) Karaj resins E 416 10 g/kg, only surface coatings glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) beeswax Kandelilvask a E E E 901 902 Lac 904 unregulated-only as glazing agents
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Karnaubvask E 903 200 mg/kg as glazing agents only sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 16. Foodstuffs which are not included in any of the previous categories no PO box
The additive group of the specific name of the additive E number maximum dosage and usage of 1-4) 1 2 3 4 5) 16.1.
Water-based flavoured desserts 16.1.1.
Sweeteners Acesulfame K, aspartame and cyclamate Ciklamīnskāb 5) Saccharin and its salts 8) sucralose neohesperidine DC Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 10 950 951 952 E E) E E E E E 959 954 955 962 350 mg/kg 1 g/kg 250 mg/kg 100 mg/kg 400 mg/kg 50 mg/kg, 350 mg/kg (a) products, energy-reduced or with no added sugar and sorbitol sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal and maltitol syrup lactitol xylitol E 420 E 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated 16.1.2.
Colours and hlorofilīn of Chlorophyll in Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated annatto, bixin, norbixin E 160b 10 mg/kg Kurkumīn a Tartrazīn of quinoline yellow sunset yellow FCF , oranždzelten S Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E E E E 160d 155 160 151 E 160f E 161b 150 mg/kg (individually or total) but, E122, E124, 110 E E155 maximum dose should not exceed 50 mg/l 16.1.3.
Variety of fumaric acid (E) 297 4 g/kg only jelly products, products with fruit taste and powdered products phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 3 g/kg (separately or together);
7 g/kg (separately or together) – powdered products, adipic acid and 5-adipināt) E 355 357 1 g/kg (separately or together) – products with fruit taste and powdered products;
6 g/kg (separately or together)-jelly products Dzintarskāb E 363 6 g/kg of Propane-1.2-diol alginate, E 405 5 g/kg only dessert fillings, decorations and coatings resins E Karaj 416 6 g/kg polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 3 g/kg (separately or together) of fatty acid sucrose esters of sucrose glycerides E 473 E 474 5 g/kg (separately or together) polyglycerol esters of fatty acids (E) 475 2 g/kg of propane-1 fatty acids 2-1,2-diol esters (E) 477 5 g/kg for dessert;
30 g/kg, and for dessert garnish whipped (except cream) Stearoil-2-E 481-482 lactates 5 g/kg (separately or together) 483 5 E stearilester g of tartaric acid/kg sorbitan esters, E 491-495, 5 g/kg (separately or together) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt Meal will Lactitol and maltitol syrup E 420 E 421 xylitol E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg thaumatin (E) 957 5 mg/kg – just as a taste Enhancer see also annex 2 not regulated 16.2.
Decorations and coatings 16.2.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates and benzoates 5) benzoic acid E 200, E 202-5) 203 E 210-213 1 g/kg (separately or together) 500 mg/kg (separately or together) only for aspik sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) – only in the case of syrups pancake plate; flavoured syrups smoothies, ice cream and similar products for plate 16.2.2.
Annatto coloring bixin, norbixin, E 160b, 20 mg/kg Kurkumīn a Tartrazīn of quinoline yellow, sunset yellow FCF, Ponceau 4R oranždzelten S carmines, Carmine, azorubine, carmoisine, ponceau 4R Kumač 4R in the Red A red EYE Patentzil the allura indigotine, Indigo Carmine V Brilliant Green FCF's brilliant black BN, black PN Brown HT lycopene beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) E E E lutein 100 102 104 110 120 E E E E E E 122 124 129 131 132 133 142 E E E E 151 E 155 E 160d E 160 E 160f E 161b 500 mg/kg (separately or together), and hlorofilīn in Chlorophyll Riboflavin Chlorophyll and hlorofilīn copper complex Augogl caramel of carotenes paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn beet red, betanin anthocyanins calcium carbonate titanium dioxide and iron oxide hydroxides E E E E 101 140 141-150 d E 153 E 160 160 162 163 E E E E E E 170 171 172 unregulated 16.2.3.
Variety of phosphoric acid and phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 4 g/kg (separately or together) – the only vegetable and meat glazējoš coatings;
3 g/kg (separately or together) – syrups pancake plate; flavoured syrups smoothies, ice cream and similar products for propane-1.2 plate fatty-1,2-diol esters (E) 477 30 g/kg for dessert whipped for garnish (except cream) glutamic acid and glutamate E 620 – 625 10 g/kg (separately or together) and guanylic acid guanilāt 7) 7 inozināt) and inosinic acid Ribonukleotīd) 628-629 E 7 E 630-633 634 635 E-500 mg/kg (separately or together) sorbitol and sorbitol syrup, mannitol isomalt

Meal and maltitol syrup E 420 E lactitol xylitol 421 E E E E 966 965 953 967 unregulated "Konjac" E 425 10 g/kg, see also annex 2 not regulated 16.3.
Fillings for dumplings and the like pasta (ravioli) antioxidant preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1 g/kg (separately or together) 16.4.
Food in tablet form different silica and silicates (E) 551-556 559 not regulated E can only be used as additional additives referred to in annex tablešveid products E 459 beta-Cyclodextrin unregulated 16.5.
Food powder variety of tricalcium phosphate, E 341 10 g/kg of 6) can only be used as additional additives referred to in annex 1 of powder silica and silicates (E) 551-556 E 559 10 g/kg (separately or together) 16.6.
European traditional food antioxidants, preservatives benzoic acid and benzoates E 210-213) 5 (separately or together): 500 mg/kg ". Meh, and the Makeutett "; "... Meh ";
1 g/kg, and "dulce de membrill" sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 (separately or together): 500 mg/kg ". Meh, and the Makeutett "; "... Meh ";
1 g/kg for "Pasha";
2 g/kg-"Ostkak";
unregulated-collagen casing with a water activity greater than 0.6 mg/kg Nizīn the E 234 10: ' mascarpone ' 16.7.
Tinned container surface treatment of different silica and silicates (E) 551-556 E 559 30 g/kg (separately or together) – tins internal surface coatings of phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 30 g/kg (separately or together)-water emulsions frying pan for spotting 16.8.
Vegetable oil pan spray aerosols (only for professional use) different butane Isobutane propane E E E 943b 943 944 unregulated 16.9.
Water-based emulsion sprays various butane Isobutane propane E E E 943b 943 944 unregulated 16.10.
Flavourings 16.10.1.
Antioxidants, preservatives sorbic acid and sorbates E 200, E 202-5) 203 1.5 g/kg of benzoic acid and benzoates E 210-213 16.10.2 5).
The Oktilgallāt of Dodecilgallāt of different Propilgallāt of Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) of E E E E 310 311 312 320 100 mg/kg (separately or together) or 200 mg/kg (only for BH), except the essential oil 1 g/kg (separately or together) – essential oils phosphoric acid and the phosphates E 338-341) E 6 343 E 450-452 40 g/kg of resin E Karaj 416 50 g/kg of polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 10 g/kg except liquid smoke flavourings based on Spice Oleoresins (Spice extracts, of which evaporated solvent and extraction of volatile oil and left a Gummy material) silicon dioxide E g/kg of E 551 50 Dimethylpolysiloxane 900 10 mg/kg in Gliceriltriacetāt of Trietilcitrāt of glyceryl Diacetate Propane-1,2-diol 1.2-1505 E E E E 1517 1518 1520 3 g/kg (separately or together) – use the products prepared;
beverages E 1520: not more than 1 g/l E 1519 100 mg/l of benzyl alcohol, liqueurs, aromatised wines, aromatised drinks based on wine, and aromatized wine-product cocktails;
250 mg/kg for use prepare products, confectionery, chocolate and flour also confectionary 16.11
Foods containing liquid smoke flavourings and flavourings based on Spice Oleoresins different polyoxyethylene sorbitan esters, E 432-436 1 g/kg in the place of the Minister of Agriculture, Minister with special responsibility for the acquisition of funds from the European Union's Affairs n. Brok annex 2 Cabinet 27 February 2007 Regulation No. 158 of food additives that use doses of unregulated according to good manufacturing practice, the number of international (E) order the name of the additive E number 1 2 E 170 calcium carbonate (I) calcium carbonate calcium carbonate (II) E 260 acetic acid
(E) Potassium acetate (E) 261 262 (I) sodium acetate sodium acetate, (II) sodium diacetate (E) Calcium acetate 263 E 270 lactic acid E 290 carbon dioxide E 296 Malic acid Ascorbic acid E 300 E 301, E 302 of sodium ascorbate calcium ascorbate Ascorbic acid fatty acid ēster 304 E (I) ASCORBYL PALMITATE (II) Askorbilstearāt E 306 Tocopherol concentrate E 307 alpha-tocopherol Gamma-tocopherol E 308 309 E Delta-tocopherol E 322 E 325 sodium lactate Lecithin E 326, E 327 Potassium lactate Calcium lactate E 330 citric acid E 331 sodium citrate (I) Monosodium citrate (II) disodium citrate (iii) Trisodium citrate Potassium citrate 332 E (I) Monopotassium citrate (II) Tripotassium citrate E 333 calcium citrate (I) Monocalcium citrate (II) Dicalcium citrate 1 2 (iii) Tricalcium citrate E 334 tartaric acid (l(+)-) E 335 Sodium tartrate (I) Monosodium tartrate (II) disodium tartrate Potassium tartrate 336 E (I) Monopotassium tartrate (II) Dipotassium tartrate potassium sodium tartrate 337 E E 350 sodium malate (I) (II) of sodium hidrogēnmalāt sodium malate E 351 potassium malate is
E 352 (I) calcium malate calcium hidrogēnmalāt (II) calcium malate E 354 calcium tartrate 380 E Triamonij citrate 400 E 401 Sodium alginate Algīnskāb E E 402 potassium alginate, E 403 ammonium alginate, E 404 calcium alginate, E 406 Agar, E 407 carrageenan, E 407a 1) Processed Eucheuma seaweed, E 410 white Acacia gum, E 412 Guar gum, 2) 2) E Tragakant E 413 414 Acacia gum (gum Arabic), E 415 xanthan gum, E 417 Tara gum) 2 2) E 418
Želen resins E E 440 Pectin 422 glycerol 1) (I) pectin in pectin Amidēt (II), E (I) 460 cellulose microcrystalline cellulose (II) E 461 methyl cellulose pulp powder E Hidroksipropilceluloz 463 464 465 E E E hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose Etilmetilceluloz 466 Karboksimetilceluloz Karboksimetilceluloz of the sodium salt of E 469 enzymatically hydrolyzed karboksimetilceluloz E 470 of the fatty acid sodium, potassium and calcium salts of fatty acids 1 2 E 470b magnesium salts of fatty acids E 471 Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids E 471 Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of the acetic acid esters of Mono-E and 472b lactic acid esters of diglycerides E 472 c Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of citric acid esters of Mono-fatty acid E 472d and diglycerides of tartaric acid esters of fatty acids E 471 Mono-and diglycerides of Mono-and diacetilvīnskāb esters of fatty acid E 472f Mono-and diglycerides mixed acetic acid and tartaric acid esters, E 500 sodium carbonate (I) sodium carbonate (II) sodium hydrogen carbonate (iii) sodium seskvikarbonāt E 501 (I) potassium carbonate potassium carbonate (II) potassium carbonate Ammonium carbonate 503 E (I) (II) Ammonium carbonate ammonium carbonate E 504 magnesium carbonates (s) magnesium carbonate ( (II) magnesium carbonate) E 507 hydrochloric acid potassium chloride 508 E E 509 calcium chloride E 511 magnesium chloride E 513 sulphuric acid sodium sulphate 514 E (I) sodium sulfate (II) sodium hydrogen sulphate E 515 (I) potassium sulphate Potassium sulfate (II) potassium hydrogen sulphate E 516 calcium sulphate E 524 sodium hydroxide E 525 potassium hydroxide E 526 calcium hydroxide E 527 ammonium hydroxide Magnesium hydroxide 528 E E 529 calcium oxide E 530 magnesium oxide E 570 fatty acids E Glukonskāb E 574 575 Glukonskāb Delta-Lactone E 576 sodium gluconate E 577 potassium gluconate E 578 Calcium Gluconate E 640 glycine and its sodium salt E 920 L-cysteine (can only be used as a flour treatment agent) 1 2 E 938 Argon E 939 helium E 941 nitrogen E 942 nitrous oxide E 948 oxygen E 949 hydrogen, E 1103 Invertase E Polidekstroz E 1404 Oxidised 1200 hard E Monociet of 1410 1412 E Diciet-phosphate phosphate Fosfatēt phosphate of the diciet E 1413 E 1414 ACETYLATED E 1420 Acetylated diciet of phosphate starch E 1422 ACETYLATED diciet's adipināt E Hidroksipropilciet E Hidroksipropildiciet-1440 1442 E 1450 starch phosphate sodium octenyl succinate is oxidized E 1451 Acetylated starch notes: 1) may contain sugar, if it is specified in addition to the number and name;
2) must not be used in the production of dehydrated foods, which tend to associate the water feed at the time of admission.

 
 
Farming Minister, Minister with special responsibility for the acquisition of funds from the European Union's Affairs n. Brok annex 3 Cabinet 27 February 2007 Regulation No. 158 of food processing or production which is not allowed to use food colouring 1. Unprocessed foodstuffs.
2. Bottles or cartons packed in water.

3. Pasteurized or sterilized (including ultra-temperature processed) milk and skimmed milk (unflavoured).
4. Milk with chocolate.
5. Fermented Milk (unflavoured).
6. condensed Canned and dry milk.
7. Butter-milk (unflavoured).
8. Cream, cream powder (unflavoured).
9. animal or vegetable oils and fats.
10. Eggs and egg products.
11. Flour, the other Maltese products and starch.
12. Bread and similar products.
13. Pasta and dumplings (gnocchi).
14. sugar, also all Monosaccharides and disaccharides present.
15. Tomato paste and canned tomatoes.
16. The tomato sauce.
17. Fruit and vegetable juices and Nectars.
18. Canned, dried and processed fruits, vegetables (including potatoes) and mushrooms.
19. Extra ("extra") jam and jelly, chestnut purée, as well as the "creme de pruneaux".
20. Fish, marine invertebrates (molluscs) and crustaceans, as well as meat, poultry and game, and their products, but not those containing the ingredients prepared dishes.
21. Cocoa products and chocolate components in chocolate products.
22. Roasted coffee, tea and chicory, tea and chicory extracts, tea, vegetable, fruit and cereal preparations for infusions, as well as the product mixes and instant mixes.
23. Salt, salt substitutes, herbs ("cool") and their mixes.
24. Grape wine and its production of raw materials and intermediate products.
25. Korn "," drink "," Kornbrand, fruit spirit fruit spirit drink, drink "ouzo", "Grappa", "Tsikoudi", "Tsipour from Crete" from Macedonia, Thessaly and Tirnav, drinks "eau de vie de marc Marque Nationale Luxembourgeoise" and "eau de vie de marque Nationale luxsembourgeois of seigl", "London Gin".
26. drink "Sambuca", "Maraschino" and "Mr. a".
27. "aromatised wines" Sangria "," clarea "and" Zurr ".
28. Wine vinegar.
29. Foods for infants and young children, also not healthy foods for infants and young children.
30. the honey.
31. Malt and malt products.
32. Ripened and unripened cheese (unflavoured).
33. Butter from sheep and goats ' milk.

 
 
Farming Minister, Minister with special responsibility for the acquisition of funds from the European Union's Affairs n. Brok 4. Annex Cabinet 27 February 2007 the Regulation No 158 authorized carriers, including not sējšķīdinātāj E number additives name usage restrictions 1 2 3 E 1520 Propane-1.2-diol (propylene glycol) only colours, emulsifiers, antioxidants and enzymes (not more than 1 g/kg food) E 425 Konjac: (I) Konjac gum (II) Konjac glukomannān must not use a dehydrated food manufacturing , which re-associates water ingestion during E 459 beta-Cyclodextrin 1 g/kg of E 469 enzymatically hydrolysed karboksimetilceluloz E 422 glycerol E E 421 mannitol sorbitol 420 E 953 isomalt E 966 lactitol 965 Meal E E 967 xylitol E 400-404 Algīnskāb and its sodium, potassium, calcium and ammonium salts E 405 Propane 1.2-diol alginate-E 406 Agar, E 407 carrageenan, E 410 white Acacia gum, E 412 Guar gum, E 413 Tragakant E 414 Acacia gum (gum Arabic)
 
E 415 Xanthan gum, E 440 Pectin E 432 433 434 435 E E E E 436 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monolaurate (polysorbate 20), polyoxyethylene sorbitan monooleate (polysorbate 80) polyoxyethylene sorbitan monopalmitate (polysorbate 40) polyoxyethylene sorbitan monostearate (polysorbate 60) polyoxyethylene sorbitan tristearate (polysorbate 65) only the foam of E 442 ammonium fosfatīd municipalities only antioxidants 1 2 3 E 460 cellulose (microcrystalline or powdered) E 461 methyl cellulose E Hidroksipropilceluloz 463 464 465 E E E hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose Etilmetilceluloz 466 Karboksimetilceluloz Karboksimetilceluloz of the sodium salt of E 322
E 432-436 E 470 471 E 491-495 E E E 900 Lecithin, Polysorbate 570 20, 40, 60, 65 and 80 fatty acid sodium, potassium and calcium salts of fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids Dimethylpolysiloxane Sorbitan fruit glazing agents E 432-436 322 E E E E E 470b 471 472 472 c E 472 E 473 475 Lecithin, Polysorbate 20 (E), 40, 60 65 and 80, magnesium salts of fatty acids fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of the acetic acid esters of Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of citric acid esters of Mono-and diglycerides diacetilvīnskāb Mono-esters of fatty acids and sucrose esters of fatty acids polyglycerol esters only colours and fat soluble antioxidants E 491 492 493 494 E E E E 495 sorbitan monostearate sorbitan tristearate sorbitan monolaurate sorbitan monooleate sorbitan monopalmitate only colours and blowing a hard Eraser E 1404 Oxidised E 1410 1412 Diciet Monociet of the phosphate-phosphate E E Fosfatēt-diciet-phosphate 1413 E 1414 ACETYLATED diciet E 1420 Acetylated of phosphate starch E 1422 ACETYLATED diciet's adipāt E Hidroksipropilciet E Hidroksipropildiciet-1440 1442 E 1450 starch phosphate sodium octenyl succinate E 170 calcium carbonate E 263 calcium acetate E 331 sodium citrate, Potassium citrate 332 E E E 501 341 calcium phosphate potassium carbonate E 504 magnesium carbonates E 508 1 2 3 potassium chloride E 509 calcium chloride E 511 magnesium chloride sodium sulphate E E 514 515 potassium E 516 Calcium sulphate sulphate E 517 ammonium sulphate E 577 potassium gluconate E 640 glycine and its sodium salt (E) 1505 Trietilcitrāt E 1518 Triacetin (gliceriltriacetāt) E 551 silicon dioxide, E 552 the amorphous calcium silicate (kaolin) emulsifiers and colours only (no more than 5%)
E 553b TALC E 558 bentonite E 559 aluminium silicate colours only (no more than 5%)
E 901 beeswax, white and yellow colours only E 1451 Acetylated 1200 E Polidekstroz the oxidized starches E 468 Cross-linked karboksimetilceluloz 1201 1202 E E the sodium salt of Šķēršūt cellulose resin polyvinylpyrrolidone polyvinylpolypyrrolidone polyethylene glycol 6000 only sweeteners E 555 Potassium aluminium silicate for E 171 titanium dioxide and E 172 iron oxides and hydroxides (max. 90% relative to the pigment) in place of the Minister of Agriculture, Minister with special responsibility for the acquisition of funds from the European Union's Affairs n. Brok annex 5 cabinet 2007 February 27.
Regulation No 158 food additive identity and purity criteria no PO box
Compliance with requirements 1 2 3 1.
E 100 – Kurkumīn 1.1.
Synonyms C.I. natural yellow 3 (CI natural yellow 3), turmeric for yellow (turmeric yellow), diferoilmetān (diferoyl methan) 1.2.
Definition and description of acquisition Kurkumīn obtained by extraction with selective solvents in turmeric, Curcuma Longa, i.e. natural long l. rhizomes. To get a concentrated extract of kurkumīn powder, purified by crystallization. The product consists of kurkumīn, i.e. dyes 1.7-bis (4-hydroxy-3-methoxyphenyl)-1.6-diene hepta-3.5-Dione and two it dezmetoksiatvasinājum different relations. Can be a little oil and resin, which is naturally present in turmeric.
Extraction may be used only for the following solvents: ethyl acetate, acetone, dichloromethane, carbon dioxide, n-butanol, methanol, ethanol, hexane 1.3.
Class Dicinnamoilmetān 1.4.
Color index number 75300 1.5.
Einecs number 207-280-5 1.6.
Chemical name 1.7-Bis (4-hydroxy-3-methoxyphenyl)-1.6-diene hepta-3.5-Dione [I]; 1-(4-hydroxyphenyl)-7-(4-hydroxy-3-methoxyphenyl)-1.6-diene hepta-3.5-Dione [II]; 1.7-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) hepta-1.6-3.5-diene-Dione [III] 1.7.
Chemical formula C21H20O6 [I]; C20H18O5 [II]; [III] C19H16O4 1.8.
Molecular weight 368.39 [I]; 338.39 [II]; [III] 308.39 1.9.
Assay the common dyes content: not less than 90% = 1607 (estimated at 426 nm ethanol) 1.10.
Looks like Oranždzelten crystalline powder 1.11.
Proof of identity: 1.11.1.
Absorption spectrometry maximum in ethanol solution around to 426 nm 1.11.2.
Melting point 179-182 ° (C) 1.12.
Purity criteria: 1.12.1.
The solvent balance: ethyl acetate;
acetone;
n-butanol;
methanol;
ethanol;
hexane;


 
 
Not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 1.12.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 1.12.3.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 1.12.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 1.12.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 1.12.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 2.
E 101 (I) riboflavin 2.1.
Synonymous Laktoflavīn (lactoflavin) 2.2.
Class Izoalloksazīn 2.3.
Einecs number is 201-507-1 2.4.
Chemical name 7.8-dimethyl-10-(D-RIBO-2, 3, 4, 5-tetrahidroks-pentil)-benzo (g) pteridīn -2,4 (3 h, 10 h)-Dione;
7.8-dimethyl-10-(1 '-D-ribitil) is 2.5 izoalloksazīn.
Chemical formula C17H20 N4O6 2.6.
Molecular weight 376.37 2.7.
Assay not less than 98% on the anhydrous basis = 328 (roughly at 444 nm in aqueous solution) 2.8.
Looks like yellow to oranždzelten crystalline powder with weak smell of 2.9.
Proof of identity: 2.9.1.
Absorption spectrometry maximum in aqueous solution around at 444 nm =-0.31 0.33 A375/A267; A267 = 0.36-A444/0.39 2.9.2.
Specific optical rotation angle

= (-1) – (-1400) (0.05 N NaOH solution) 2.10.
Purity criteria: 2.10.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1.5% (1050 C, 4 h) 2.10.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 2.10.3.
Primary aromatic amines, not more than 100 mg/kg, calculated as aniline 2.10.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 2.10.5.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 2.10.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 2.10.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 2.10.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 3.
E 101 (II) Riboflavin-5 '-phosphate 3.1.
Synonyms sodium riboflavin-5 '-phosphate (riboflavin-5 '-phosphate sodium) 3.2.
Definition of riboflavin-5 '-the product is phosphate with a small free riboflavin and riboflavīndifosfāt impurities of 3.3.
Class Izoalloksazīn 3.4.
Einecs 204-988-6 3.5.
Chemical name Monosodium (2R, 3R, 4S)-4-(3 ') 10 '-dihydro-7 ', 8 '-2 ', 4 '-dimethyl-dioks-10 '-benzo (g) -2,3, 4-pteridinil) trihidroksipentilfosfāt;
Riboflavin 5 '-monophosphate ester monosodium salt 3.6.
Chemical formula C17H20N4NaO9P (anhydrous) C17H20N4NaO9P x 2H2O (dihydrate) 3.7.
Molecular weight 541.36 3.8.
Assay of total colouring matter content: not less than 95%, calculated as the dihydrate = 250 (approx. at 375 nm in aqueous solution) 3.9.
Looks like a yellow to Orange crystalline hygroscopic powder with a faint aroma and bitter taste of 3.10.
Proof of identity: 3.10.1.
Absorption spectrometry maximum in aqueous solution at approximately 375 nm = 0.30-0.34 A375/A267;
= 0.35-0.40 A444/A267 (aqueous solution) 3.10.2.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 380) – (+ 420) (5 M HCl solution) 3.11.
Purity criteria: 3.11.1.
Loss on drying not more than 8% (1000 C, 5 h vacuum over P2O5), calculated for 3.11.2 dihydrate.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 25% 3.11.3.
Primary aromatic amines, not more than 70 mg/kg, calculated as aniline 3.11.4.
Inorganic phosphates not more than 1.0% calculated as the anhydrous substance 3.11.5 PO4.
Additional colours riboflavin (free form): not more than 6%, riboflavin diphosphate: not more than 6% 3.11.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 3.11.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 3.11.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 3.11.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 3.11.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 4.
E-102 Tartrazīn 4.1.
Synonyms CI food yellow 4 (CI food yellow 4) 4.2.
Definition of the Tartrazīn consists of trisodium 5-hydroxy-1-(4-sulfonatofenil)-4-(4-sulfonatofenilaz)-H-pirazol-3-karboksilāt and additional colours together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Tartrazīn usually used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
4.3. Class Monoaz-4.4.
Color index number 19140 4.5.
Einecs number 217-699-5 4.6.
The chemical name of trisodium 5-hydroxy-1-(4-sulfonatofenil)-4-(4-sulfonatofenilaz)-H-pirazol-3-karboksilāt 4.7.
Chemical formula C16H9N4Na3O9S2 4.8.
Molecular weight 534.37 4.9.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 85%, calculated as the trisodium salt = 530 (approx. at 426 nm in aqueous solution) 4.10.
Looks like a light orange powder or granules;
water solution – yellow 4.11.
Proof of identity-absorption spectrometry maximum in aqueous solution at approximately 426 nm 4.12.
Purity criteria: 4.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 4.12.2.
Additional colours up to 1.0% 4.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 4-hidrazīnobenzolsulfoskāb;
4-aminobenzene-1-sulphonic acid;
5-oxo-1-(4-sulfofenil)-2--3-pirazolīn acid;
4,4-diazoaminodi ' (as);
tetrahidroksidzintarskāb is not more than 0.5% total 4.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 4.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% neutral environment 4.12.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 4.12.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 4.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 4.12.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 4.12.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 5.
E 104 quinoline yellow-5.1.
Synonyms CI food yellow 13 (CI food yellow 13) 5.2.
Definition and description of acquisition of quinoline yellow, sulfurēj 2, prepare-(2-hinolil) indan-1.3-Dione. Quinoline yellow consists of 2-(2-hinolil) indan-1.3-Dione disulfoskāb (the main ingredient), and trisulfoskāb of monosulfoskāb sodium salt mixture and extra colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Quinoline yellow is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
5.3. Class Hinoftalon 5.4.
Color index number 47005 5.5.
Einecs number 305-897-5 5.6.
Chemical name 2-(2-hinolil) indan-1.3-Dione disulfonāt disodium salt (the main ingredient) 5.7.
Chemical formula C18H9NNa2O8S2 (the main ingredient) 5.8.
Molecular weight 477.38 (the main ingredient) 5.9.
Assay of total colouring matter content: not less than 70%, calculated as sodium salt of quinoline yellow consists of the following colours: 2-(2-hinolil) indan-1.3-Dione disodium disulfonāt-not less than 80%;
2-(2-hinolil) indan-1.3-Dione sodium monosulfonāt: not more than 15%;
2-(2-hinolil) indan-1.3-Dione trisodium trisulfonāt: not more than 7%.
= 865 (roughly at 411 nm in aqueous solution of acetic acid, the main ingredient) 5.10.
Looks like a Yellow powder or granules;
water solution – yellow 5.11.
Proof of identity-absorption spectrometry maximum in aqueous solution of acetic acid (pH = 5) approximately at 411 nm 5.12.
Purity criteria: 5.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 5.12.2.
Additional colours up to 4.0% 5.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 2-methylquinolin;
2-metilhinolīnsulfoskāb;
phthalic acid;
2.6-dimetilhinolīn;
2.6-dimetilhinolīnsulfoskāb together not more than 0.5% 5.12.4.
2-(2-Hinolil) indan-1.3-Dione, not more than 4 mg/kg 5.12.5.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 5.12.6.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% neutral environment 5.12.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 5.12.8.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 5.12.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 5.12.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 5.12.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 6.
E 110 sunset yellow FCF-6.1.
Synonyms CI food yellow 3 (CI food yellow 3), Oranždzelten S (Orange Yellow S) 6.2.
The definition of sunset yellow FCF consists essentially of disodium 2-hydroxy-1-(4-sulfonatofenilaz) naphthalene-6-sulfonate and small amounts of additional colours, as well as sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as the principal uncoloured components.
Sunset yellow FCF sodium salt described way. Also permitted the calcium and potassium salt.
6.3. Class Monoazosavienojum to 6.4.
Color index number 15985 6.5.
Einecs 220-491-7 6.6.
Chemical name disodium 2-hydroxy-1-(4-sulfonatofenilaz) naphthalene-6-sulfonate 6.7.
Chemical formula C16H10N2Na2O7S2 6.8.
Molecular weight 452.37 6.9.
Assay of total colouring matter content: not less than 85%, calculated as sodium salt = 555 at CA. 485 nm in aqueous solution with a pH = 7 6.10.
Looks like Oranžsarkan powder or pellets of 6.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in aqueous solution (pH = 7) around 485 nm at 6.12.
Purity criteria: 6.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 6.12.2.
Additional not more than 5.0% dye 6.12.3.
1-(felinaz)-2-naftalonon (Sudan I) not more than 0.5 mg/kg 6.12.4.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 4-aminobenzene-1-sulphonic acid;
3-hydroxynaphthalene-2.7-disulfoskāb;
6-hydroxynaphthalene-2-sulphonic acid;
7-hydroxynaphthalene-1.3-disulfoskāb;
4, 4 '-diazoaminodi (benzene-sulphonic acid);
6.6 '-dioksid (naphthalene-2-sulphonic acid) not more than 0.5% total 6.12.5.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 6.12.6.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% 6.12.7 neutral environment.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 6.12.8.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 6.12.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 6.12.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 7.
E 120, Ponceau 4R, cochineal, carmines in 7.1.
Definition and description of acquisition and Red karmīnskāb are derived from the ponceau 4R, which consists of insects of Dactylopi of woven dried body of Costa-water, water-alcohol or alcoholic extracts. Coloring gives carmines. You can create karmīnskāb (Carmine) aluminium Lake with karmīnskāb and aluminum molar ratio of 2:1. Commercial products constitute dye complexes with ammonium, calcium, sodium or potassium cation (with separate cation or combination thereof), and the cation can also be superior. Commercial products may also contain the kukaiņo protein materials and free karmināt or small non-aluminum complex cation balance.
7.2. Class Anthraquinone 7.3.
Color index number 75470 7.4.
Einecs 215-680-6 (ponceau 4R); 215-023-3 (carmines);
215-724-4 (Carmine) 7.5.

Chemical name 7-b-D-glikopiranozil-3, 5, 6, 8-tetrahidroks-1-methyl-9.10-dioksoantracēn-2-acid (carmines); Carmine is a hydrated aluminium chelate of 7.6 karmīnskāb.
Chemical formula C22H20O13 (carmines) 7.7.
Molecular weight 492.39 (carmines) 7.8.
Assay of content of Karmīnskāb in aqueous extracts of it, not less than 2.0%;
helāto karmīnskāb content: not less than 50% 7.9.
Looks like red to Crimson loose solid or powder. Ponceau 4R extract is usually a dark red liquid, but also can be dried as a powder.
7.10. proof of identity – the maximum of absorption spectrometry ammonia water solution around at 518 nm absorption maximum in dilute hydrochloric acid solution approximately at 494 nm (carmines) 7.11.
Purity criteria: 7.11.1.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 7.11.2.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg in 7.11.3.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 7.11.4.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 7.11.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 8.
E 122 azorubine, carmoisine-8.1.
Synonyms CI food red 3 (CI food red 3) 8.2.
Definition of azorubine consists of disodium 4-hydroxy-3-(4-sulfonat-1-naftilaz) naphthalene-1-sulfonate and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Azorubine is commonly used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
8.3. Class Monoaz-8.4.
Color index number 14720 8.5.
Einecs number 222-657-4 8.6.
Chemical name disodium 4-hydroxy-3-(4-sulfonat-1-naftilaz)-naphthalen-1-sulfonate 8.7.
Chemical formula C20H12N2Na2O7S2 8.8.
Molecular weight 502.44 8.9.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 85%, calculated as sodium salt = 510 (approx at 516 nm in aqueous solution) 8.10.
Looks like red to red-brown powder or granules;
water solution – Red 8.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry water solution absorption maximum around at 516 nm 8.12.
Purity criteria: 8.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 8.12.2.
Additional not more than 2.0% dye 8.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 4-aminonaftalīn-1-sulphonic acid;
4-hydroxynaphthalene-1-sulphonic acid, not more than 0.5% total 8.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 8.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% neutral environment 8.12.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 8.12.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 8.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 8.12.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 8.12.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 9.
E 123 amaranth-9.1.
Synonyms CI food red 9 (CI food red 9) 9.2.
Definition of Amaranth consists of trisodium 2-hydroxy-1-(4-sulfonat-1-naftilaz)-3.6-disulfonāt naphthalene and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Amaranth is generally used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
9.3. Class Monoaz-9.4.
Color index number 16185 9.5.
Einecs 213-022-2 6.0.
Chemical name trisodium 2-hydroxy-1-(4-sulfonat-1-naftilaz)-3.6-disulfonāt naphthalene-9.7.
Chemical formula C20H11N2Na3O10S3 9.8.
Molecular weight 604.48 9.9.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 85%, calculated as sodium salt = 440 (approx. at 520 nm in aqueous solution) 9.10.
Looks like a reddish-brown powder or granules;
water solution – red 9.11.
Proof of identity-absorption spectrometry maximum in aqueous solution at approximately 520 nm 9.12.
Purity criteria: 9.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 9.12.2.
Additional colours up to 3.0% 9.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 4-aminonaftalīn-1-sulphonic acid;
3-hydroxynaphthalene-2.7-disulfoskāb;
6-hydroxynaphthalene-2-sulfokāb;
7-hydroxynaphthalene-1.3-disulfoskāb;
7-hydroxynaphthalene-.6 trisulfoskāb together not more than 0.5% 9.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 9.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% neutral environment 9.12.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 9.12.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 9.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 9.12.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 9.12.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 10.
E 124 ponceau 4R, 4R, Kumač in red (A) 10.1.
Synonyms CI food Red 7 (CI food red 7), a new kokīn (new coccin) 10.2.
Definition of the Kumač 4R consists of trisodium 2-hydroxy-1-(4-sulfonat-1-naftilaz) naphthalene-6.8-disulfonāt and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Kumač-4R is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
10.3. Class Monoaz-10.4.
Color index number 16255 10.5.
Einecs 220-036-2, 10.6.
Chemical name trisodium 2-hydroxy-1-(4-sulfonat-1-naftilaz) naphthalene-6.8-disulfonāt 10.7.
Chemical formula C20H11N2Na3O10S3 10.8.
Molecular weight 604.48 10.9.
Assay of total colouring matter content: not less than 80%, calculated as sodium salt = 430 (approximately at 505 nm in aqueous solution) 10.10.
Looks like a reddish-brown powder or granules;
water solution – Red 10.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry water solution absorption maximum around 505 nm at 10.12.
Purity criteria: 10.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 10.12.2.
Additional colours up to 1.0% 10.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 4-aminonaftalīn-1-sulphonic acid;
7-hydroxynaphthalene-1.3-disulfoskāb;
3-hydroxynaphthalene-2.7-disulfoskāb;
6-hydroxynaphthalene-2-sulfokāb;
7-hydroxynaphthalene-.6 trisulfoskāb together not more than 0.5% 10.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 10.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% neutral environment 10.12.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 10.12.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 10.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 10.12.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg the 10.12.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 11.
E 127-Eritrozīn 11.1.
Synonyms CI food red 14 (C.I. food red 14) 11.2.
Definition of the Eritrozīn consists of disodium 2-(2, 4, 5, 7,-tetrajod-3-6-oksoksantēn-oxidised-9-YL) benzoate monohydrate and additional colours together with water, sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Eritrozīn is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
11.3. Class Ksantēn 11.4.
Color index number 45430 11.5.
Einecs 240-474-8 11.6.
Chemical name disodium 2-(2, 4, 5, 7,-tetrajod-3-6-oksoksantēn-oxidised-9-YL) benzoate monohydrate 11.7.
Chemical formula C20H6I4Na2O5 x H2O 11.8.
Molecular weight 897.88 7.4.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 87% calculated as the anhydrous sodium salt of the dye = 1100 (approx. at 526 nm in aqueous solution (pH = 7)) 11.10.
Looks like a Red powder or granules;
water solution – red 11.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry water solution absorption maximum at about 526 nm (pH = 7) 11.12.
Purity criteria: 11.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 11.12.2.
Additional dyes, with the exception of not more than 4.0% fluorescein 11.12.3.
Inorganic iodine not more than 0.1%, calculated as sodium iodide 11.12.4.
Not more than 20 mg fluorescein/kg 11.12.5.
Other organic compounds other than colours: trijodrezorcīn;
2-(2,4-dihydroxy-3.5-dijodbenzoil) benzoic acid, not more than 0.2% not more than 0.2% 11.12.6.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% (from a solution with a pH between 7 and 8) 11.12.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 11.12.8.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 11.12.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 11.12.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 11.12.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 11.13.
Eritrozīn aluminum enamel: sodium hydroxide soluble substances in not more than 0.5% (not applicable for substances insoluble in hydrochloric acid method, this colourant replaced with sodium hydroxide soluble substances not method) 12.
E 128 red 2 g – 12.1.
Synonyms CI food Red 10 (CI food red 10); azogeranīn (azogeranin) 12.2.
Definition of red 2 g consists of disodium 8-acetamid-1-Hydroxy-2-fenilazonaftalīn-3.6-disulfonāt and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Red 2 g is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
12.3. the class Monoaz-12.4.
Color index number 18050 12.5.
Einecs 223-098-9, 12.6.
Chemical name disodium 8-acetamid-1-Hydroxy-2-fenilazonaftalīn-3.6-disulfonāt 12.7.
Chemical formula C18H13N3Na2O8S2 12.8.
Molecular weight 509.43 12.9.
Assay the common dyes content: not less than 80%, calculated as sodium salt

= 620 (roughly at 532 nm in aqueous solution) 12.10.
Looks like a Red powder or granules;
water solution – red 12.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry water solution absorption maximum of about 532 nm at 12.12.
Purity criteria: 12.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 12.12.2.
Additional not more than 2.0% dye 12.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 5-acetamid-4-hydroxy-naphthalene-2.7-disulfoskāb;
5-amino-4-hydroxynaphthalene-2.7-disulfoskāb together not more than 0.5% 12.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 12.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% neutral environment 12.12.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 12.12.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 12.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 12.12.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 12.12.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 13.
E 129 allura red AC-13.1.
Synonyms CI food red 17 (CI food red 17) 13.2.
Definition of allura red AC consists of disodium 2-hydroxy-1-(2-methoxy-5-methyl-4-sulfonatofenilaz) naphthalene-6-sulfonate and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Allura red AC is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
13.3. the class Monoaz-13.4.
Color index number 16035 13.5.
Einecs number 247-368-0 13.6.
Chemical name disodium 2-hydroxy-1-(2-methoxy-5-methyl-4-sulfonatofenilaz) naphthalene-6-sulfonate 8.5.
Chemical formula C18H14N2Na2O8S2 13.8.
Molecular weight 496.42 13.9.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 85%, calculated as sodium salt = 540 (approximately at 504 nm in aqueous solution (pH = 7)) 13.10.
Looks like a dark red powder or granules;
water solution – red 13.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry water solution absorption maximum at about 504 nm 13.12.
Purity criteria: 13.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 13.12.2.
Additional colours up to 3.0% 13.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 6-hydroxy-2-naftalīnsulfoskāb acid, sodium salt;
4-amino-5-methoxy-2-methyl-as;
6.6 '-dioksib-(2-naftalīnsulfoskāb) disodium salt not more than 0.3% 0.2% maximum not more than 1.0% 13.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 13.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% (from the solution with pH = 7) 13.12.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 13.12.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 13.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 13.12.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 13.12.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 14.
E-Patentzil the 131 V 14.1.
Synonyms CI food blue 5 (CI food blue 5) 14.2.
Definition of the Patentzil V consists of calcium or sodium [4-(a-(4-dietilaminofenil)-5-hydroxy-2.4-disulfofenilmetilidēn)-2.5-substance] dietilamonij hydroxide inner salt and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate, and/or calcium sulphate as main component without colouring properties. You can also use potassium salt.
14.3 14.4 Triarilmetān class.
Color index number 42051 14.5.
Einecs number 222-573-14.6 8.
Chemical name calcium or sodium [4-(a-(4-dietilaminofenil)-5-hydroxy-2.4-disulfofenilmetilidēn)-2.5-substance] dietilamonij hydroxide inner salt 14.7.
Chemical formula C27H31N2O7S2Ca1/2 (calcium salt), C27H31N2O7S2N (sodium salt) 14.8.
Molecular weight 579.72 (calcium salt), 582.67 (sodium salt) 9.3.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 85%, calculated as sodium salt = 2,000 (estimated at 638 nm in aqueous solution (pH = 5)) 14.10.
Looks like dark blue powder or granules;
water solution – blue 14.11.
Proof of identity-absorption spectrometry maximum in aqueous solution at approximately 638 nm (pH = 5) 14.12.
Purity criteria: 14.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 14.12.2.
Additional not more than 2.0% dye 14.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 3-hidroksibenzaldehīd;
3-hydroxybenzoic acid;
3-Hydroxy-4-sulfobenzoskāb;
N, N-dietilaminobenzolsulf acid-no more than 0.5% total 14.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 14.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% (from the solution with pH = 5) 14.12.6.
The base maximum Leik 4.0% 14.12.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 14.12.8.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 14.12.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 14.12.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 14.12.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 15.
E 132 indigotine, Indigo Carmine-15.1.
Synonyms CI food Blue 1 (CI food Blue 1) 9.4.
Definition indigotine consists of disodium dioks-3,3 '-biindolilidēn '- -5,5 2, 2 '-disulfonāt and 3 '-dioks disodium-2, 2 '- -5,7 ' biindolilidēn-disulfonāt mixture and extra colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Indigotīn is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
15.3. Class Indigoīd 15.4.
Color index number 73015 15.5.
Einecs number 217-728-8 15.6.
Chemical name disodium 3,3 '-dioks-2, 2 '- -5,5 ' biindolilidēn-disulfonāt 15.7.
Chemical formula C16H8N2Na2O8S2 15.8.
Molecular weight 466.36 15.9.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 85%, calculated as sodium salt;
disodium dioks-2,2-3,3 '-'-'-disulfonāt -5,7 biindolilidēn content: not more than 18% = 480 (roughly at 610 nm in aqueous solution) 15.10.
Looks like dark blue powder or granules;
water solution – blue 15.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry water solution absorption maximum around 610 nm at 15.12.
Purity criteria: 15.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 15.12.2.
Additional colours not more than 1.0%, excluding disodium 3,3 '-dioks-2, 2 '- -5,7 '-disulfonāt biindolilidēn-15.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: izatīn-5-sulphonic acid;
5-sulfoantranilskāb;
anthranilic acid, not more than 0.5% total 15.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 15.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% neutral environment 15.12.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 15.12.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 15.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 15.12.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 15.12.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 16.
E 133 Brilliant FCF-16.1.
Synonyms CI food blue 2 (CI food blue 2) 16.2.
Definition of Brilliant FCF consists of disodium a-(4-(N-ethyl-3-sulfonatobenzilamin) phenyl)-(a)-(4-(N-ethyl-3-sulfonatobenzilamin) cikloheks-2.5-dienilidēn)-toluene-2-sulfonate and its isomers and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Brilliant the FCF is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
16.3. Class Triarilmetān 16.4.
Colour index 42090 16.5 the number.
Einecs 223-339-8 16.6.
Chemical name disodium a-(4-(N-ethyl-3-sulfonatobenzilamin) phenyl)-(a)-(4-(N-ethyl-3-sulfonatobenzilamin) cikloheks-2.5-dienilidēn) toluene-2-sulfonate 16.7.
Chemical formula C37H34N2Na2O9S3 16.8.
Molecular weight 792.84 10.5.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 85%, calculated as sodium salt = 1630 (approx. at 630 nm in aqueous solution) 16.10.
Looks like a reddish-blue powder or granules;
water solution – blue 16.11
Proof of identity-spectrometry water solution absorption maximum of about 630 nm at 16.12.
Purity criteria: 16.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 16.12.2.
Additional colours up to 6.0% 16.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 2-, 3-and 4-formil-as (total);

 
 
Not more than 1.5% 3-((ethyl) (4-sulfofenil) amino)-not more than 0.3% metilbenzolsulfoskāb 16.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 16.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% (pH = 7) 16.12.6.
The base maximum Leik 5.0% 16.12.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 16.12.8.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 16.12.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 16.12.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 16.12.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 17.
(E) (I) – 140 Chlorophyll to 17.1.
Synonyms CI natural green 3 (CI natural green 3);
magnesium chlorophyll (magnesium chlorophyllum);
feofitīn of magnesium (magnesium phaeophytin) 17.2.
Definition and description of acquisition

Chlorophyll are derived from natural plant food material, grass, alfalfa and nettle by extraction with solvent. The separation of the solvent from the chlorophyll in whole or in part can be separated in a coordinated, giving the corresponding magnesium feofitīn. The main colours are feofitīn and magnesium chlorophyll. Estrakcij products, from which the solvent separated contain other pigments, such as carotenoids, as well as oils, fats and waxes, which are naturally present in the raw material.
Extraction may be used only for the following solvents: acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, dichloromethane, carbon dioxide, methanol, ethanol, propan-2-ol, hexane.
17.3. Class Porfirīn 17.4.
Color index number 75810 17.5.
Einecs 215-800-7 (chlorophyll), 207-536-6 (chlorophyll a), 208-272-4 (chlorophyll b) 10.9.
Chemical name main colours: fitil (132R, 17, 18)-3-(2-ethyl-132-metoksikarbonil-2, 7, 12, 18-13 '-tetramethyl-oxo-3-vinyl-131-132-tetrahidrociklopent [at] -17,18-porfirīn-17-YL) propionate (feofitīn a) or its magnesium complex (chlorophyll a);
fitil (132R, 17, 18)-3-(2-ethyl-6-metoksikarbonil-2-132-formil, 12, 18-13 '-trimethyl-oxo-3-vinyl-131-132-tetrahidrociklopent [at] -17,18-porfirīn-17-YL) propionate (feofitīn b) or its magnesium complex (chlorophyll b) 11.0.
Chemical formula C55H72MgN4O5 (chlorophyll a, magnesium complex) C55H74N4O5 (chlorophyll a) C55H70MgN4O6 (chlorophyll b, magnesium complex) C55H72N4O6 (chlorophyll b) 11.1.
Molecular weight 893.51 (chlorophyll a, magnesium complex) 871.22 (chlorophyll a) 907.49 (chlorophyll b, magnesium complex) 885.20 (chlorophyll b) 11.1.
Assay the combined total chlorophyll and the magnesium complex content: not less than 10% = 700 (approx. at 409 nm solution of chloroform) 17.10.
Looks like Vaskveid is the color range from olive green to dark green, depending on the content of magnesium in coordinated 17.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry of chloroform solution absorption maximum around at 409 nm 17.12.
Purity criteria: 17.12.1.
The solvent balance: acetone;
propan-2-ol;
methyl ethyl ketone;
methanol;
ethanol;
hexane;


 
 
 
Not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 17.12.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 17.12.3.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 17.12.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 17.12.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 17.12.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 18.
(E) (II)-Hlorofilīn 140 of 18.1.
Synonyms CI natural green 5 (CI natural green 5);
sodium hlorofilīn (sodium chlorophyllin);
potassium hlorofilīn (potassi of chlorophyllin) 18.2.
Definition and description of the Hlorofilīn of obtaining alkali metal salts of saponification reaction obtained from natural plant food material, grass, alfalfa and nettle extracts in the solvent. Saponification reaction takes place and the methyl esters of atšķelšan fitilester group and partly ciklopentenilgredzen the break may occur. The acid is neutralized, the group forming potassium and/or sodium salts.
Extraction may be used only for the following solvents: acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, dichloromethane, carbon dioxide, methanol, ethanol, propan-2-ol, hexane.
18.3. Class Porfirīn 18.4.
Color index number 75815 18.5.
Einecs number 287-483-18.6 3.
The chemical name of the main colours of the acid forms are: 3-(10-4-ethyl-karboksilat-1, 3, 5, 8-tetramethyl-9-oxo-2-vinilforbīn-7-YL) propionate (hlorofilīn a) and 3-(4-10-karboksilat-ethyl-3-5, 8-1, formil-trimethyl-9-oxo-2-vinilforbīn-7-YL) propionate (hlorofilīn b).
Depending on the degree of hydrolysis of the ciklopentenilgr ring can be cracked, thus creating a third karboksilgrup. Can contain magnesium complexes.
11.6. the chemical formula C34H34N4O5 (hlorofilīn a, acid form) C34H32N4O6 (b, hlorofilīn acid form) 12.8.
Molecular weight 578.68 (hlorofilīn a) 592.66 (b, hlorofilīn) If ciklopentenilgredzen is cracked, the molecular weight can be increased by 18 daltons.
11.7. assay the common content of the dried hlorofilīn (1000 C, 1 h) sample, not less than 95% = 700 (approx. at 405 nm in aqueous solution (pH = 9)) = 140 (approximately at 653 nm in aqueous solution (pH = 9)) 18.10.
Looks like dark green to blue and black powder 18.11.
Identity-spectrometry for absorption maximum phosphate buffered aqueous solution (pH = 9) at 405 nm and around 653 nm 18.12.
Purity criteria: 18.12.1.
The solvent balance: acetone;
propan-2-ol;
methyl ethyl ketone;
methanol;
ethanol;
hexane;


 
 
 
Not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 18.12.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 18.12.3.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 18.12.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 18.12.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 18.12.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 19.
E 141 (I) – Chlorophyll copper complex 19.1.
Synonyms CI natural green 3 (CI natural green 3);
copper chlorophyll (copper chlorophyllum);
copper (copper phaeophytin) feofitīn 19.2.
Definition and description of the copper chlorophyll extraction obtained adding salts can substance obtained by selective solvent extraction from natural plant food material, grass, alfalfa and nettle. The product is separated from the solvent, also contains other pigments, such as carotenoids, as well as the fat and wax that is naturally present in the raw material. The main colours are feofitīn.
Extraction may be used only for the following solvents: acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, dichloromethane, carbon dioxide, methanol, ethanol, propan-2-ol, hexane.
19.3. the class Porfirīn 19.4.
Color index number 75815 19.5.
Einecs 239-830-5 (copper chlorophyll a), 246-020-5 (copper chlorophyll b) 12.2.
Chemical name copper (II) fitil (132R, 17, 18)-3-(2-ethyl-132-metoksikarbonil-2, 7, 12, 18-13 '-tetramethyl-oxo-3-vinyl-131-132-tetrahidrociklopent [at] -17,18-porfirīn-17-YL) propionate (copper chlorophyll a);
copper (II) fitil (132R, 17, 18)-3-(2-ethyl-6-metoksikarbonil-2-132-formil, 12, 18-13 '-trimethyl-oxo-3-vinyl-131-132-tetrahidrociklopent [at] -17,18-porfirīn-17-YL) propionate (copper chlorophyll b) 19.7.
Chemical formula C55H72CuN4O5 (copper chlorophyll a) C55H70CuN4O6 (copper chlorophyll b) 19.8.
Molecular 932.75 (copper chlorophyll a) 946.73 (copper chlorophyll b) 12.4.
Assay the common content of the chlorophyll can – not less than 10% = 540 (estimated at 422 nm of the chloroform solution) = 300 (about 652 nm solution of chloroform at) 19.10.
Looks like Vaskveid is the color of the interval from blue-green to dark green (depending on the source material), 19.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry in chloroform solution absorption maximum around at 422 nm and 652 nm 19.12.
Purity criteria: 19.12.1.
The solvent balance: acetone;
propan-2-ol;
methyl ethyl ketone;
methanol;
ethanol;
hexane;


 
 
 
Not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 19.12.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 19.12.3.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 19.12.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 19.12.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 19.12.6.
Copper ions, not more than 200 mg/kg 19.12.7.
Copper (total) not more than 8.0% of all copper feofitīn 20.
(E) (II)-141 Hlorofilīn copper complex in 20.1.
Synonyms sodium copper hlorofilīn (sodium copper chlorophyllin); potassium copper hlorofilīn (of copper chlorophyllin potassi); CI natural green 5 (CI natural green 5) 20.2.
Definition and description of the hlorofilīn Can obtain the alkali salts can be obtained by adding salts to a substance obtained by pārziepoj the product obtained by selective extraction of the solvent from natural plant food material, grass, alfalfa and nettle. Saponification reaction happens and fitilester methyl esters of atšķelšan and the Group may be partial splitting of the ciklopentenilgredzen. After you add the can of hlorofillīn acid, purified in the group is neutralized when potassium and/or sodium salts.
Extraction may be used only for the following solvents: acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, dichloromethane, carbon dioxide, methanol, ethanol, propan-2-ol, hexane.
20.3. the class Porfirīn 20.4.
Color index number 75815 20.5.
The chemical name of the main colours of the acid forms are: 3-(10-4-ethyl-karboksilat-1, 3, 5, 8-tetramethyl-9-oxo-2-vinilforbīn-7-YL) propionate, copper complex (copper hlorofilīn a) and 3-(4-10-karboksilat-ethyl-3-5, 8-1, formil-trimethyl-9-oxo-2-vinilforbīn-7-YL) propionate, copper complex (copper hlorofilīn b) 20.6.
Chemical formula C34H32CuN4O5 (copper hlorofilīn a, acid form) C34H30CuN4O6 (copper hlorofilīn b, acid form) 20.7.
Molecular weight 640.20 (copper hlorofilīn a) 654.18 (a hlorofilīn can b) If ciklopentenilgredzen is cracked, the molecular weight can be increased by 18 daltons.
12.9. assay the common content of the dried copper hlorofilīn (1000 C, 1 h) sample, not less than 95% = 565 (approximately at 405 nm in phosphate buffered aqueous solution (pH = 7.5)) = 145 (approximately at 630 nm in phosphate buffer solution of water (pH = 7.5)) 20.9.
Looks like dark green to blue and black powder 20.10.
Proof of identity-spectrometry for absorption maximum phosphate buffered aqueous solution (pH = 7.5) at 405 nm and approximately 630 nm of 20.11.
Purity criteria: 20.11.1.
The solvent balance: acetone;
propan-2-ol;
methyl ethyl ketone;
methanol;
ethanol;
hexane;


 
 
 
Not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 20.11.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 20.11.3.
Lead

Not more than 10 mg/kg 20.11.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 20.11.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 20.11.6.
Copper ions, not more than 200 mg/kg 20.11.7.
Copper (total) not more than 8.0% of all copper hlorofilīn of 21.
E 142 green S-21.1.
Synonyms CI food green 4 (CI food green 4);
the brilliant green BS (brilliant green BS) 21.2.
Definition of Green's consisting of sodium N-[4-[[4-(dimethylamino) phenyl]-(2-hydroxy-3.6-disulf-1-naftalīnil) methylene]-2.5-substance]-N-metilmetānamīnij and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Green S is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
21.3. the class Triarilmetān 21.4.
Color index number 44090 21.5.
Einecs 221-409-2 21.6.
The chemical name is sodium N-[4-[[4-(dimethylamino) phenyl]-(2-hydroxy-3.6-disulf-1-naftalīnil) methylene]-2.5-substance]-N-metilmetānamīnij;
sodium 4-[4-dimethylamino-a-(4-dimetiliminocikloheks-2.5-diēnilidēn) benzyl]-6-hydroxy-7-sulfonatonaftalīn-2-sulfonate (alternative chemical name) 21.7.
Chemical formula C27H25N2NaO7S2 21.8.
Molecular weight 576.63 13.6.
Assay the common dyes content: not less than 80%, calculated as sodium salt = 1720 (approx. at 632 nm in aqueous solution) 21.10.
Looks like dark blue or dark green powder or granules;
aqueous solution, blue or green, 21.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry water solution absorption maximum at about 632 nm, 21.12.
Purity criteria: 21.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 21.12.2.
Additional colours up to 1.0% 21.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 4, 4 '-bis (dimethylamino)-benzo-hidrilspirt;

Not more than 0.1% of 4, 4 '-bis (dimethylamino) Benzophenone-;

Not more than 0.1% 3-hydroxynaphthalene-2.7-di-acid, not more than 0.2% 21.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 21.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% neutral environment 21.12.6.
The base maximum Leik 5.0% 21.12.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 21.12.8.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 21.12.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 21.12.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 21.12.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 22.
E 150-caramel 22.1.
Definition and description of acquisition caramel is obtained by processing the temperature carbohydrates (commercially available natural food sweeteners, which are the monomers glucose and fructose and/or polymers, i.e. glucose syrup, sucrose, and/or invertsīrup and dextrose). To speed up Karamelizācij can be applied to acids, bases and salts, with the exception of ammonium compounds and sulphites.
22.2. Einecs 232-435-22.3 9.
Looks like dark brown to black liquid or solid 22.4.
Purity criteria: 22.4.1.
Color intensity of 0.01-1) 0.12 22.4.2.
Dye, linked to the DEA is not more than 50% of the pulp 22.4.3.
Dye, linked to no more than 50% of the fosforilceluloz 22.4.4.
Nitrogen (joint) not more than 0.1% 22.4.5.
Sulphur (joint) not more than 0.2% 22.4.6.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 22.4.7.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 22.4.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 22.4.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 22.4.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 25 mg/kg, calculated as lead 1) color intensity expressed in 0.1% (w/v) aqueous solution of caramel starch absorption at 610 nm in a 1 cm Cuvette.
23. E 150b-sulphite caramel 23.1.
Definition and description of acquisition sulphite caramel is obtained by processing the temperature carbohydrates (commercially available natural food sweeteners, which are the monomers glucose and fructose and/or polymers, i.e. glucose syrup, sucrose, and/or invertsīrup and dextrose) with or without acids or alkaline sulphite (sodium sulphite, sērpaskāb, potassium bisulphite, sodium sulphite, sodium bisulphite) presence. Do not use ammonia compounds.
23.2. Einecs 232-435-9 .3a.
Looks like dark brown to black liquid or solid 23.4.
Purity criteria: 23.4.1.
Dye, linked to the DEA is more than 50% of the pulp 23.4.2.
The intensity of the color 1) 0.05-0.13 23.4.3.
Nitrogen (joint) not more than 0.3% 2) 23.4.4.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 0.2% 2) is 23.4.5.
Sulphur (joint) 0.3-2) 3.5 23.4.6.
Sulphur, linked to the DEA is more than 40% of the pulp 23.4.7.
Colouring matter, related to the absorption of the pulp, the DEA for the 19-34 23.4.8.
Absorbance ratio (A 280/560) of more than 50 23.4.9.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg the 23.4.10.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 23.4.11.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 23.4.12.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 23.4.13 heavy metals not more than 25 mg/kg, calculated as lead 1) color intensity expressed in 0.1% (w/v) aqueous solution of caramel starch absorption at 610 nm in a 1 cm Cuvette. 2) calculated based on equivalent colour, i.e. as a product with 0.1 unit large absorption of color intensity.
24. E-150 c ammonia caramel 24.1.
Definition and description of obtaining ammonia caramel is obtained by processing the temperature carbohydrates (commercially available natural food sweeteners, which are the monomers glucose and fructose and/or polymers, i.e. glucose syrup, sucrose, and/or invertsīrup and dextrose) with or without acids or alkaline ammonia (ammonium hydroxide, ammonium carbonate, ammonium carbonate, ammonium phosphate). Uses of sulphite is not connected.
24.2. Einecs 232-435-24.3 9.
Looks like dark brown to black liquid or solid 15.2.
Purity criteria: 24.4.1.
Dye, linked to the DEA is not more than 50% of the pulp 24.4.2.
Dye, linked to more than 50% of the fosforilceluloz 24.4.3.
The intensity of the color 1) 0.08-0.36 24.4.4.
Ammoniacal nitrogen not more than 0.3% 2) 24.4.5.
4-Metilimidazol no more than 250 mg/kg 2) 24.4.6.
2-Acetyl-4-tetrahidroksibutil-imidazole not more than 10 mg/kg 2) 24.4.7.
Sulphur (joint) not more than 0.2% 2) 24.4.8.
Nitrogen (joint) 0.7-3.3% 2) 24.4.9.
Dye, linked at fosforilceluloz, absorption ratio 13 to 35 24.4.10.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 24.4.11.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 24.4.12.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 24.4.13.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 24.4.14.
Heavy metals are not more than 25 mg/kg, calculated as lead 1) color intensity expressed in 0.1% (w/v) aqueous solution of caramel starch absorption at 610 nm in a 1 cm Cuvette. 2) calculated based on equivalent colour, i.e. as a product with 0.1 unit large absorption of color intensity.
25. E-150 d sulphite ammonia caramel 25.1.
Definition and description of acquisition sulphite ammonia caramel is obtained by processing the temperature carbohydrates (commercially available natural food sweeteners, which are the monomers glucose and fructose and/or polymers, i.e. glucose syrup, sucrose, and/or invertsīrup and dextrose) with or without acids or alkaline sulphite and ammonium compounds (sērpaskāb, potassium bisulphite, potassium sulfite, sodium sulphite, bisulphite, sodium, ammonium hydroxide, ammonium carbonate, ammonium carbonate , ammonium phosphate, ammonium sulphate, ammonium sulfite, ammonium bisulphite) presence.
25.2. Einecs 232-435-25.3 9.
Looks like dark brown to black liquid or solid 15.8.
Purity criteria: 25.4.1.
Dye, linked to the DEA is more than 50% of the pulp 25.4.2.
The intensity of the color 1) 0.10-0.60 25.4.3.
Ammoniacal nitrogen not more than 0.6% 2) 25.4.4.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 0.2% 2) 25.4.5.
4-Metilimidazol no more than 250 mg/kg 2) 25.4.6.
Nitrogen (joint) 0.3 – 1.7% 2) 25.4.7.
Sulphur (joint) 0.8-2.5% 2) 25.4.8.
With alcohol precipitated substances nitrogen/sulphur ratio of 0.7-2.7 25.4.9.
With alcohol precipitated substances absorption ratio 1) 8-14 25.4.10.
Absorbance ratio (A280/A560) not more than 50 25.4.11.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 25.4.12.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 25.4.13.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 25.4.14.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 25.4.15.
Heavy metals are not more than 25 mg/kg, calculated as lead 1) color intensity expressed in 0.1% (w/v) aqueous solution of caramel starch absorption at 610 nm in a 1 cm Cuvette. 2) calculated based on equivalent colour, i.e. as a product with 0.1 unit large absorption of color intensity.
26. E-151 brilliant black BN, black PN 26.1.
Synonyms CI food black 1 (CI food black 1) 26.2.
Definition of brilliant black BN consists of Tetrasodium 4-acetamid-5-hydroxy-6-[4-sulfonat-4-(4-sulfonatofenilaz)-1-naftilaz] naphthalene-1.7-disulfonāt and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties. The brilliant black BN is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
26.3. the class of Bisaz 26.4.
Color index number 28440 26.5.
Einecs number is 219-746-5 16.5.
Chemical name-acetamid-4, Tetrasodium 5-hydroxy-6-[4-sulfonat-4-(4-sulfonatofenilaz)-1-naftilaz] naphthalene-1.7-disulfonāt 26.7.
Chemical formula

C28H17N5Na4O14S4 16.7.
Molecular weight 867.69 26.9.
Assay the common dyes content: not less than 80%, calculated as sodium salt = 530 (approx. at 570 nm in aqueous solution) 26.10.
Looks like Black powder or granules;
water solution – black-bluish 26.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry water solution absorption maximum of about 570 nm at 26.12.
Purity criteria: 26.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 26.12.2.
Additional colours not more than 10% of the total content of colours 26.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 4-acetamid-5-hidroksinaft-PIA-1.7-disulfoskāb;
4-amino-5-hydroxynaphthalene-1.7-disulfoskāb;
8-aminonaftalīn-2-sulphonic acid;
4, 4 '-diazoaminodi-(benzene-sulphonic acid) not more than 0.8% of the total 26.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 26.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% neutral environment 26.12.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 26.12.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 26.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 26.12.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 26.12.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 27.
E 153-Augogl-27.1.
Synonyms black Plant (vegetable black) 27.2.
Definition and description of Augogl of acquisition from the charred plant material (wood, cellulose residues, peat, coconut and other shells). Supplies chars at high temperature. Augogl is composed of pure carbon. May contain small amounts of nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen impurities. After the production of the product can be absorbed moisture.
27.3. the color index number 77266 27.4.
Einecs 215-609-27.5 9.
Chemical name carbon 17.1.
Chemical formula C 27.7.
Molecular 12.01 17.3.
Not less than 95% of the parent anhydrous and ash-free product of 17.3.
Looks like black powder without smell and taste 27.10.
Proof of identity: 27.10.1.
Solubility insoluble in water and organic solvents 27.10.2.
Combustion Heated to a dull, burn slowly without flame 27.11.
Purity criteria: 27.11.1.
Ash (joint) not more than 4.0% (ignition temperature 0 625 C) 27.11.2.
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are derived from Extract 1 g of product by extracting continuous extraction apparatus with 10 g of pure cyclohexane should be colourless and fluorescence under ultraviolet light the extract must be more intense than 0.100 mg quinine sulfate 1000 ml of 0.01 M solution of sulphuric acid.
27.11.3. Loss on drying not more than 12% (1200 C, 4 h) 27.11.4.
Alkaline substances soluble in boiling 2 g of the sample with 20 ml of 1 N sodium hydroxide solution and filter, the resulting the filtrate must be colourless 27.11.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 27.11.6.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 27.11.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 27.11.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 27.11.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 28.
E 154 Brown FK-28.1.
Synonyms CI food Brown 1 (CI food brown 1) 28.2.
Definition of Brown FK consists of sodium 4-(2,4-diaminofenilaz) benzolsulfonāt [I], sodium 4-(4,6-diamino-m-tolilaz)-benzolsulfonāt [II], disodium 4,4 '-(4,6-diamino-1.3-fenilēnbisaz) di (benzolsulfonāt) [III], disodium 4,4 '-(2,4-diamino-1.3-fenilēnbisaz) di (benzolsulfonāt) [IV], disodium 4,4 '-(2,4-diamino-5-methyl-1.3-fenilēnbisaz)-di (benzolsulfonāt) [V] and 4 ', 4 '' of trisodium-(2,4-diaminobenzol-1,3,5-trisaz) tri (benzolsulfonāt) [via] and additional colours blend together with water , sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Brown FK is often used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
28.3. Class azo (Mono-, bis-and trisazokrāsviel) 28.4.
Chemical name sodium 4-(2,4-diaminofenilaz) benzolsulfonāt [I], sodium 4-(4,6-diamino-m-tolilaz) benzolsulfonāt [II], disodium 4,4 '-(4,6-diamino-1.3-fenilēnbisaz) di (benzolsulfonāt) [III], disodium 4,4 '-(2,4-diamino-1.3-fenilēnbisaz) di (benzolsulfonāt) [IV], disodium 4,4 '-(2,4-diamino-5-methyl-1.3-fenilēnb-az) di (benzolsulfonāt) [V] and 4 ', 4 '' of trisodium-(2,4-diaminobenzol-1,3,5-trisaz) tri (benzolsulfonāt) [via] mixture of 28.5.
Chemical formula for C12H11N4NaO3 [I] C13H13N4NaO3 [II] [III] C18H14N6Na2O6S2 C18H14N6Na2O6S2 C19H16N6Na2O6S2 [IV] [V] [VI] C24H17N8Na3O9S3 28.6.
Molecular weight 314.30 [I] 328.33, 520.46 [II] [III] [IV], 520.46, 534.47, 726.59 [V] [VI] 28.7.
Assay the common dyes content: not less than 70%. Common quantity present in the colouring of separate component content must not exceed: 26% [I] [II], 17% 17% 16% [III] [IV] [V], 20%, 16% [VI] 17.9.
Looks like a red-brown powder or granules;
water solution-Orange to reddish to 46.8.
Purity criteria: 28.9.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 28.9.2.
Additional colours up to 3.5% 28.9.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 4-aminobenzene-1-sulphonic acid;
Not more than 0.7% m-Phenylenediamine and 4-methyl-m-Phenylenediamine maximum 0.35% 28.9.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines, except m-Phenylenediamine and 4-methyl-m-Phenylenediamine, of not more than 0.007% calculated as aniline 28.9.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% of the solution with pH = 7 28.9.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 28.9.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 28.9.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 28.9.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 28.9.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 29.
E 155 Brown HT-29.1.
Synonyms CI food Brown 3 (CI food brown 3), 29.2.
Definition of Brown HT consists of disodium 4,4 '-(2,4-dihydroxy-5-hydroxymethyl-1.3-fenilēnbisaz) di (naphthalene-1-sulfonate) and additional colouring matters together with sodium chloride and/or sodium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
Brown HT is generally used in the form of sodium salt, but you can also use the calcium and potassium salts.
29.3. the class of Bisaz 29.4.
Color index number 20285 29.5.
Einecs 224-924-0 29.6.
The chemical name of disodium 4,4 '-(2,4-dihydroxy-5-hydroxymethyl-1.3-fenilēnbisaz) di (naphthalene-1-sulfonate) 18.5.
Chemical formula C27H18N4Na2O9S2 29.8.
Molecular weight 652.57 29.9.
Assay the common dyes content: not less than 70%, calculated as sodium salt = 403 (around 460 nm at aqueous solution (pH = 7)) 29.10.
Looks like a reddish-brown powder or granules;
water solution – Brown 29.11.
Proof of identity-absorption spectrometry maximum in aqueous solution at approximately 460 nm (pH = 7) 29.12.
Purity criteria: 29.12.1.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 29.12.2.
Additional colours not more than 10% (HPLC method) 29.12.3.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 4-aminonaftalīn-1-sulphonic acid, not more than 0.7% 29.12.4.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 29.12.5.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% of the solution with pH = 7 29.12.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 29.12.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 29.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 29.12.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 29.12.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 30.
E 160A (I) Mixed carotenes 30.1.
30.1.1. Plant carotenes
Synonyms CI food Orange 5 (CI food Orange 5) 30.1.2.
Definition and description of mixed extraction of carotene derived from natural plant food materials, carrots, vegetable oils, grass, alfalfa and nettle by extraction with solvent. The main colours are carotenoids, of which the main part is b-carotene. Can also be a-and g-carotene and other pigments. No color pigment in this product may contain oils, fats and waxes, which are naturally present in the raw material.
Extraction may be used only for the following solvents: acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, dichloromethane, carbon dioxide, methanol, ethanol, propan-2-ol, hexane.
30.1.3. Class of Carotenoids 30.1.4.
Color index number 75130 30.1.5.
Einecs number 227-636-6 30.1.6.
Chemical formula C40H56 (b-carotene) 30.1.7.
Molecular weight 536.88 (b-carotene) 30.1.8.
Assay not less than 5% carotene (calculated as b-carotene). For products obtained by extraction of vegetable oils: not less than 0.2% in edible fats.
= 2500 (at 440-457 nm in cyclohexane solution) 30.1.9.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in cyclohexane solution at 440-457 nm and 470 nm – 486 30.1.10.
Purity criteria: 30.1.10.1.
The solvent balance: acetone;
propan-2-ol;
methyl ethyl ketone;
methanol;
ethanol;
hexane;


 
 
 
Not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 30.1.10.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 30.1.10.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 30.1.10.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 30.1.10.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg of 18.8.
30.2.1. Algal carotenes
Definition and description of acquisition

Mixed carotene can also be obtained from Dunaliell Salina natural family of algae that grows in large sāļezero of Vaial, Dienvidaustrālij. Beta-carotene estr ' hη with essential oils. The product is 20-30% suspension in food oils. TRANS-cis isomer ratio is 50/50 – 71/29. Main colours are carotenoids, of which the main part is b-carotene. Can also be α-carotene, lutein, zeaksantīn and β-kripotoksantīn. No color pigment in this product may contain oils, fats and waxes, which are naturally present in the raw material.
30.2.2. Class of Carotenoids 30.2.3.
Color index number 75130 30.2.4.
Chemical formula C40H56 (β-carotene) 30.2.5.
Molecular weight 536.88 (β-carotene) 30.2.6.
Assay not less than 20% carotene (calculated as b-carotene).
= 2500 (at 440-457 nm in cyclohexane solution) 30.2.7.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in cyclohexane at 448-457, in nm and 474-486 nm 30.2.8.
Purity criteria: 30.2.8.1.
Natural tocopherols for food not more than 0.3% in the oil 30.2.6.1.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 30.2.6.2.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 30.2.6.3.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 30.2.6.4.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 31.
E 160 a (II) beta-carotene 31.1.
Beta-carotene 31.1.1.
Synonyms CI food Orange 5 (CI food Orange 5) 31.1.2.
The name of the definition applies to all b-carotene TRANS-isomers with small amounts of other carotenoids. Diluted and stabilised preparations may have different cis/trans isomer ratios.
31.1.3. the class of Carotenoids 31.1.4.
Color index number 40800 31.1.5.
Einecs number 227-636-6 31.1.6.
The chemical name of b-carotene, b, b-carotene 31.1.7.
Chemical formula C40H56 31.1.8.
Molecular 536.88 31.1.9.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 96%, calculated as b-carotene = 2500 (at 453-456 nm in cyclohexane solution) 31.1.10.
Looks like red to brownish red crystals or crystalline powder 31.1.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in cyclohexane at 453-456 the solution nm 31.1.12.
Purity criteria: 31.1.12.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2% 31.1.12.2.
Additional other carotenoid pigments (except b-carotene): not more than 3.0% of total colouring matters 31.1.12.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 31.1.12.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 31.1.12.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 31.1.12.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg of 31.2.
Beta-carotene from Blakeslea trispora 31.2.1.
Synonyms CI food oronž 5 (CI food Orange 5) 31.2.2.
Definition obtained from fermenting mushrooms Blakeslea trispora two natural strains of "+" and "-" crossover type of mixed culture. Beta carotene is extracted from the biomass with ethyl acetate and crystallizes. The product contains crystallized predominantly β-carotene TRANS-isomers. Natural processes approximately 3% of the product is mixed carotenoids, which are specific to this product.
31.2.3. the class of Carotenoids 31.2.4.
Color index number 40800 31.2.5.
Einecs number 227-636-6 31.2.6.
Chemical name Β-carotene, β, β-carotene 31.2.7.
Chemical formula C40H56 31.2.8.
Molecular 536.88 31.2.9.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 96%, calculated as b-carotene = 2500 (at 453-456 nm in cyclohexane solution) 31.2.10.
Looks like red to brownish red crystals or crystalline powder 31.2.11.
Proof of identity-absorption spectrometry maximum in cyclohexane at 453-456, in nm 31.2.12.
Purity criteria: 31.2.12.1.
The solvent balance: ethyl acetate;
not more than 0.8% ethanol (separately or together) 31.2.12.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2% 31.2.12.3.
In addition to the colours of other karotionīd (β-carotene exception)-not more than 3.0% of total colouring matters 31.2.12.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 31.2.12.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 31.2.12.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 31.2.12.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 31.2.12.8.
Aflatoxin B1, undetectable 31.2.12.9.
Ochratoxin a mycotoxins: T2 undetectable 31.2.12.10 Zearaleonon Microbiology: moulds yeasts salmonella Esherici coli CFU/g, not more than 100 CFU/g, not more than 100 CFU of 25 g of the sample is not permitted not permitted 5 CFU g sample of 32.
E 160b annatto, bixin, norbixin, 32.1.
Synonyms CI natural orange 4 (CI natural orange 4) 32.
Class Carotenoid 32.3.
Color index number 75120 32.4.
Einecs 215-735-4 (annatto); 289-561-2 (annatto seed extract); 230-248-7 (bixin) 32.5.
Chemical name 6 '-Metilhidrogēn ' – 9-cis-diapokarotīn 6,6 6,6 '-'-diāt; 6 '-metilhidrogēn – 9 '-trans-6,6 6,6-diāt '-diapokarotīn ' (bixin);
9 '-Cis-diapokarotīn 6,6 6,6 '-'-diskāb; 9 '-trans-6,6 6,6-diskāb '-diapokarotīn ' (norbixin) 32.6.
Chemical formula C25H30O4 (bixin), C24H28O4 (norbixin) 32.7.
Molecular weight 394.51 (bixin), 380.48 (norbixin) 20.4.
Looks like reddish brown powder, suspension or solution 32.9.
Proof of identity-spectrometry of chloroform solution absorption maximum around at 502 nm (bixin).
The absorption maximum of dilute KOH solution around at 482 nm (norbixin) 32.10.
With selective solvents extracted bixin and norbixin 32.10.1.
Definition and description of acquisition Biksīn prepare to selectively extracted annatto tree (Bix the orellan l.) seed external skins with one or more solvents: acetone, methanol, hexane, dichloromethane, carbon dioxide. After extraction the solvent is separated.
Norbiksīn prepare, hydrolysis with alkali extracted biksīn water solution.
Bixin and norbixin can contain other from the annatto seed extract products.
Biksīn powder contains different dye components, of which the Chief are the bixin, who can be as cis-, TRANS-it forms. It is also possible to biksīn thermal degradation products of presence.
Norbiksīn powder as the main content of the dye biksīn hydrolysis product of sodium and potassium salts. You can be as cis-, trans-form it.
32.10.2. assay Biksīn powder, containing not less than 75% of the calculated of different carotenoids, as bixin.
Norbiksīn powder containing not less than 25% different carotenoids, calculated as norbixin.
= 2870 (approximately at 502 nm solution of chloroform) (bixin) = 2870 (approximately at 482 nm KOH solutions) (norbixin) 32.10.3.
Purity criteria: 32.10.3.1.
The solvent balance: acetone;
methanol;
hexane;


 
Not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 32.10.3.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 32.10.3.3.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 32.10.3.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 32.10.3.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 32.10.3.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 32.11.
With an alkali extracted annatto 32.11.1.
Definition of water soluble annatto is prepared by extraction of the annatto tree (Bix the orellan l.) seed external skins with lye (sodium or potassium hydroxide) in aqueous solution.
Water soluble annatto dye norbiksīn as the main content, the hydrolysis product of biksīn sodium or potassium salts. You can be as cis-, trans-form it.
32.11.2. assay the common carotenoid content: not less than 0.1%, calculated as norbixin.
= 2870 (approximately at 482 nm KOH solutions) (norbixin) 32.11.3.
Purity criteria: 32.11.3.1.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 32.11.3.2.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 32.11.3.3.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 32.11.3.4.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 32.11.3.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 32.12.
With oil extracted annatto 32.12.1.
Definition of annatto extracts in oil (as a suspension or solution) is prepared by extraction of the annatto tree (Bix the orellan l.) seed external skins with edible vegetable oils. Annatto extract oil contains different components of colours, from which the key is bixin, who can be as cis-, TRANS-it forms. It is also possible to biksīn thermal degradation products of presence.
32.12.2. assay the common karotioīd content: not less than 0.1%, calculated as bixin.
= 2870 (approximately at 502 nm solution of chloroform) (bixin) 32.12.3.
Purity criteria: 32.12.3.1.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 32.12.3.2.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 32.12.3.3.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 32.12.3.4.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 32.12.3.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 33.
E 160 c paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn, 33.1.
Synonyms pepper (paprika oleoresin) resin, 33.2.
Definition and description of acquisition paprika extract is obtained by selective extraction with solvent containing natural peppers from Capsicum annuum l. fruit pods with or without seeds. The main colours are capsanthin and kapsorubīn. The product also contains a variety of other colours.
Extraction may be used only for the following solvents: methanol, ethanol, acetone, hexane, dichloromethane, ethyl acetate, carbon dioxide.
class Carotenoid 33.4 33.3.
Einecs number 207-364-1 (capsanthin), 207-425-2 (kapsorubīn) 33.5.
Chemical name (3R, 3 's, 5 ' R)-3,3-dihydroxy-k, b-carotene-6-one (capsanthin); (3S, 3 's, 5R, 5R ')-3,3-dihydroxy-k, k-carotene 6,6 '-Dione (kapsorubīn) 20.9.
Chemical formula

C40H56O3 (capsanthin); C40H56O4 (kapsorubīn) 20.9.
Molecular weight 584.85 (capsanthin); 600.85 (kapsorubīn), 21.0.
Assay not less than 7.0% carotenoid (paprika extract).
Not less than 30% of the total carotenoid content (capsanthin/kapsorubīn).
= 2100 (about 462 nm solution of acetone at) 21.1.
Looks like dark red viscous liquid 33.10.
Proof of identity: 33.10.1.
Spectrometry of acetone solution absorption maximum at approximately 462 nm 33.10.2.
Color reaction by adding 1 drop of 1 drop of sulfuric acid sample 2-3 drops of chloroform, occurs in dark blue color 33.11.
Purity criteria: 33.11.1.
The solvent balance: acetone;
ethanol;
ethyl acetate;
methanol;
hexane;



 
 
Not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 33.11.2.
Capsaicin not more than 250 mg/kg 33.11.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 33.11.4.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 33.11.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 33.11.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 33.11.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 34.
E 160d-Lycopene 34.1.
Synonyms natural yellow 27 (natural yellow 27) 21.3.
Definition and description of obtaining Lycopene from natural red tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum l.) by extraction with a solvent and then separating the solvent. Extraction may be used only for the following solvents: dichloromethane, carbon dioxide, ethyl acetate, acetone, propan-2-ol, methanol, ethanol, hexane.
The main colouring of tomatoes is lycopene. Can also contain a slightly different carotenoid pigments and other colouring matter, as well as oils, fats, waxes and Spice components that are naturally present in tomatoes.
21.3. the class Carotenoid 34.4.
Color index number 75125 34.5.
Chemical name lycopene, y, y-carotene 21.5.
Chemical formula C40H56 21.6.
Molecular weight 536.85 21.6.
Assay the common dyes content: not less than 5%.
= 3450 (estimated at 472 nm hexane solution) 21.7.
Looks like dark red viscous liquid 34.10.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in hexane solution around at 472 nm 34.11.
Purity criteria: 34.11.1.
The solvent balance: acetone;
ethanol;
ethyl acetate;
methanol;
propan-2-ol;
hexane;


 
 
Not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 34.11.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 34.11.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 34.11.4.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 34.11.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 34.11.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 34.11.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 35.
E 160-beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (C30) 21.8.
Synonyms CI food Orange 5 (CI food Orange 5) 35.2.
The name of the definition concerns mainly all b-APO-8 '-karotināl TRANS-isomers with small amounts of other carotenoids. B-APO-8 '-karotināl is prepared in diluted and stabilized forms that have the same name and which is the b-APO-8 '-karotināl solutions or suspensions of food fats or oils, emulsions and water dispersible powders. These preparations may have different cis/trans isomer ratios.
35.3. the class of Carotenoids 22.0.
Color index number 40820 35.5.
Einecs 214-171-6 35.6.
The chemical name for b-APO-8 '-karotināl; TRANS-b-APO-8 '-karotīnaldehīd of 35.7.
Chemical formula C30H40-22.2.
Molecular weight 416.65 22.3.
Assay not less than 96% total colouring matters of content.
= 2640 (at 460-462 nm in cyclohexane solution) 35.10.
Looks like dark violet crystals with metallic Sheen or crystalline powder 35.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in cyclohexane at 460-462 the solution nm 35.12.
Purity criteria: 35.12.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 35.12.2.
Additional other carotenoid pigments (except (b)-APO-8 '-karotināl) content: not more than 3.0% of total colouring matters 35.12.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 35.12.4.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 35.12.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 35.12.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 35.12.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 2 mg/kg, calculated as lead 36.
E 160f-beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C30) 36.1.
Synonyms CI food Orange 7 (CI food Orange 7) b-APO-8 '-carotenic acid ester (b-APO-8 '-carotenoic Esther) 36.2.
The definition they apply mainly to all b-APO-8 '-carotenic acid TRANS-isomers with small amounts of other carotenoids. B-APO-8 '-carotenic acid is diluted and stabilized prepared forms that have the same name and which is the b-APO-8 '-carotenic acid solutions or suspensions of food fats or oils, emulsions and water dispersible powders. These preparations may have different cis/trans isomer ratios.
class Carotenoid 36.4 36.3.
Color index number 40825 22.7.
Einecs 214-173-7 22.7.
The chemical name for b-APO-8 '-carotenic acid, ethyl-8 '-APO-8 '-b-karotin-halibut 36.7.
Chemical formula C32H4402 22.9.
Molecular weight 460.70 22.9.
Assay not less than 96% total colouring matters of content.
= 2550 (about 449 nm in cyclohexane solution at) 36.10.
Looks like red to purple and Red crystals or crystalline powder 36.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in cyclohexane solution at approximately 449 nm 36.12.
Purity criteria: 36.12.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 36.12.2.
Additional other carotenoid pigments (except (b)-APO-8 '-carotenic acid) content: not more than 3.0% of total colouring matters 36.12.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 36.12.4.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 36.12.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 36.12.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 36.12.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 37.
E 161b Lutein – 37.1.
Synonyms mixed carotenoids (mixed carotenoid), ksantofil (the xanthophyll) 37.2.
Definition of Lutein from natural plant food material, grass, alfalfa, and taggett's erectus, solvent-extracted. The main colours consists of carotenoids of which the main are lutein and its esters of fatty acids. Lutein also contains carotene, as well as oils, fats and waxes, which are naturally present in the raw material.
Extraction may be used only for the following solvents: acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, dichloromethane, propan-2-ol, hexane, ethanol, methanol, carbon dioxide.
class Carotenoid 37.4 37.3.
Einecs number 203-840-0 37.5.
Chemical name for 3,3 '-dihydroxy-d-carotene 23.4.
Chemical formula C40H56O2 37.7.
Molecular weight 568.88 23.5.
Assay the common dye content: not less than 4%, calculated as lutein.
= 2550 (approximately at 445 nm-ethanol solution in chloroform (10 + 90) or hexane-ethanol-acetone solution (80 + 10 + 10)) 37.9.
Looks like dark yellowish brown liquid 37.10.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum-ethanol solution in chloroform (10 + 90) around at 445 nm 37.11.
Purity criteria: 37.11.1.
The solvent balance: acetone;
propan-2-ol;
methyl ethyl ketone;
methanol;
ethanol;
hexane is not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 37.11.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 37.11.3.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 37.11.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 37.11.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 37.11.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 38.
E 161 g Canthaxanthin – 38.1.
Synonyms CI food Orange 8 (CI food Orange 8) 38.2.
The definition they apply mainly to all the trans-isomer of canthaxanthin together with small amounts of other carotenoids. Of canthaxanthin are diluted and stabilized forms that have the same name and which is the solution or suspension of canthaxanthin in food fats or oils, emulsions and water dispersible powders. These preparations may have different cis/trans isomer ratios.
23.8. Class Carotenoid 38.4.
Color index number 40850 38.5.
Einecs number 208-187-2 24.0.
The chemical name of b-Carotene -4,4 '-Dione; canthaxanthin;
4, 4 '-dioks-b-carotene 24.0.
Chemical formula C40H52O2 24.1.
Molecular weight 564.86 24.2.
Not less than 96% assay of total colouring matter content, calculated as canthaxanthin.
= 2200 (approximately at 485 nm solution of chloroform, at 468-472 nm in cyclohexane solution at 464-467 nm light petroleum solutions) 38.10.
Looks like dark violet crystals or crystalline powder 38.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry of chloroform solution absorption maximum at about 485 nm, cyclohexane solution at 468-472 nm, light petroleum solution at 464 — 467 nm 38.12.
Purity criteria: 38.12.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 38.12.2.
Additional colours other carotenoid (other than canthaxanthin) content: not more than 5.0% of all colours 38.12.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 38.12.4.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 38.12.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 38.12.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 38.12.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 39.
E 162 beetroot red, betanin, 24.3.
Synonyms of Red Beet (beet red) 24.4.

Definition and a description of the taking of Red Beet extracts from natural red beet (Beta Vulgaris l. var. Rubra) roots, forcing the shredded beet juice or extraction with water chopped beet root and then adding active ingredients. Colouring consists of various pigments, all of which belong to the betalīn class. The active ingredient of colouring is betacianīn (red), of which 75-95% betanin-. May contain small betaksantīn (yellow) and degradation products of betalīn (light brown).
Without dyes or juice extract contains sugars, salts and/or protein normally found in beet red. The solution may be to focus and refine products to eliminate most of the sugar, the salt and protein.
39.3. Class Betalīn 39.4.
Einecs 231-628-24.5 5.
Chemical name (S-(R ', R ')-4-(2-(2-carboxy-5 (b-D-glikopiranoziloks)-2.3-dihydro-6-hydroxy-1 h-indole-1-YL) substance)-2.3-dihydro-2.6-piridīndikarbonskāb, 1-(2-(2,6-dikarboks-1, 2, 3, 4-tetrahydro-4-piridilidēn) etilidēn)-5-b-D-glikopiranoziloks)-6-hidroksiindolij-2-karboksilāt 39.6.
Chemical formula C24H26N2O13 (betanin) 39.7.
Molecular weight 550.48 24.7.
Assay of red dye content: not less than 0.4%, calculated as betanin.
= 1120 (approximately at 535 nm in aqueous solution (pH = 5)) 24.8.
Looks like a red or dark red liquid, paste, powder or solid 39.10.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in aqueous solution (pH = 5) approximately at 535 nm 39.11.
Purity criteria: 39.11.1.
Not more than 2 mg of nitrate nitrate anion/g Red dyes, assay calculated by 39.11.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 39.11.3.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 39.11.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 39.11.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 39.11.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 40.
E 163 anthocyanins – 24.9.
Definition and a description of the taking of the anthocyanins extracted from natural plants and food fruit by extraction with water, skābināt sulphited water, carbon dioxide, methanol or ethanol. Anthocyanins contains the same components as the content source (anthocyanins, organic acids, sugars, tannīn, minerals, etc.), but they may have other relations than raw material.
40.2. the class Anthocyanin 40.3.
Einecs number 208-438-6 (cianidīn); 205-125-6 (peonidīn); 208-437-0 (delfinidīn); 211-403-8 (malvidīn);
205-127-7 (pelargonidīn) 40.4.
Chemical name ', 4 ', 5, 7 3-Pentahidroksiflavīlij chloride (cianidīn);
3,4,5-tetrahidroks-3 ', 7-metoksiflavīlij chloride (peonidīn); 3,4,5-tetrahidroks, 7-3 ', 5 '-dimetoksiflavīlij chloride (malvidīn); 3, 5, 7-trihidroks-2-(3, 4, 5-trihidroksifenil)-1-benzopirīlij chloride (delfinidīn); 3,3 ', 4, 4 ', 5 ', 7-pentahidroks-5-metoksiflavīlij chloride (petunidīn); 3, 5, 7-trihidroks-2-(4-hydroxyphenyl)-1-benzopirīlij chloride (pelargonidīn) 25.2.
Chemical formula C15H1106Cl (cianidīn); C16H1306Cl (peonidīn); C17H1507Cl (malvidīn); C15H1107Cl (delfinidīn); C16H1307Cl (petunidīn); C15H1105Cl (pelargonidīn) 40.6.
Molecular 322.6 (cianidīn); 336.7 (peonidīn);
366.7 (malvidīn); 340.6 (delfinidīn);
352.7 (petunidīn); 306.7 (pelargonidīn) 40.7.
Looks like a purple red liquid, paste or powder with a characteristic aroma of 25.4.
Assay = 300 (at 515-535 nm for pure pigment (pH = 3.0)) 25.4.
Proof of identity-absorption spectrometry maximum in methanol solution containing 0.01% conc. HCL, at 535 nm (cianidīn), at 532 nm (peonidīn) to (malvidīn), 542 nm at 546 nm (delfinidīn), at 543 nm (petunidīn) or at 530 nm (pelargonidīn) 40.10.
Purity criteria: 40.10.1.
Balances: methanol solvent;
ethanol is not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination 40.10.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 1000 mg/kg 100% pigment 40.10.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 40.10.4.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 40.10.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 40.10.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 40.10.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 41.
E 170 (I) – calcium carbonate 41.1.
Synonyms CI pigment white 6 (CI pigment white 18);
chalk (chalk) 41.2.
Definition and description of obtaining calcium carbonate derived from limestone or calcium ions drip with carbonate ions.
41.3. Class inorganic 25.7.
Color index number 77220 25.8.
Einecs number 207-439-9 (calcium carbonate);
215-279-6 (limestone) 25.8.
Chemical name calcium carbonate 25.9.
Chemical formula CaCO3 26.0.
Molecular 100.1 26.0.
Assay not less than 98% on the anhydrous 41.10.
Looks like a White crystalline or amorphous powder without smell and no taste 41.11.
Proof of identity-solubility practically insoluble in water and alcohol. The forefoot dissolves in dilute hydrochloric acid etiķskab, diluted and diluted nitric acid. Solution after the cooking show a positive test for calcium.
41.12. Purity criteria: 41.12.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (2000 C, 4 h) 41.12.2.
Acid insoluble substance not more than 0.2% 41.12.3.
Magnesium and alkali salts, not more than 1.5% 41.12.4.
Fluoride not more than 50 mg/kg 41.12.5 41.12.6.41.12.7 41.12.8... 41.12.9.
Antimony, Sb, as, Cu copper, chromium, calculated as Cr calculated as Zn zinc, barium, calculated as Ba up to 100 mg/kg, singly or in combination 41.12.10.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 41.12.11.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 41.12.12.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 42.
E 171 titanium dioxide-42.1.
Synonyms CI pigment white 6 (CI pigment white 6) 42.2.
Definition of titanium dioxide as pure anatase and/or rutile titanium dioxide, which product the atehnoloģisk to improve the characteristics of small amounts can be silica alumina coating.
26.3. Class inorganic 42.4.
Color index number 77891 26.4.
Einecs number 236-675-5 26.5.
Chemical name titanium dioxide 26.5.
Chemical formula TiO2 26.6.
Molecular weight 79.88 26.7.
Not less than 99% of the parent substance that does not contain aluminum and Silicon 42.10.
Looks like a white amorphous powder 42.11.
Proof of identity-solubility insoluble in water and organic solvents. Slowly soluble in hot concentrated hydrochloric acid and sulphuric acid 42.12.
Purity criteria: 42.12.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (1050 C, 3 h) 42.12.2.
Loss on calcination, not more than 1.0% (8000 C), calculated that the substance does not contain volatile substances 42.12.3.
Alumina and/or silica, not more than 2.0%, alone or in combination 42.12.4.
0.5 N HCl soluble substances, not more than 0.5% of the substances that do not contain aluminum and silicon and not more than 1.5% substance that contains aluminum and/or silicon 42.12.5.
Water soluble substances, not more than 0.5% 42.12.6.
Antimony is not more than 50 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 42.12.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 42.12.8.
Not more than 50 mg zinc/kg (when completely dissolved) 42.12.9.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 42.12.10.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 42.12.11.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 43.
E 172 iron oxides and-iron hydroxides 43.1.
Synonyms CI pigment yellow 42 and 43 (iron oxide yellow) (CI pigment yellow 42 and 43 (iron oxide yellow)); CI pigment red 101 and 102 (iron oxide red) (CI pigment red 101 and 102 (iron oxide red)); CI pigment black 11 (iron oxide black) (CI pigment black 11 (iron oxide black)) 43.2.
Definition of iron oxides and iron hydroxides are synthetic products and consists of anhydrous and hydrated iron oxide and/or for. Color range covers the yellow, red, Brown and black. Iron oxides, whose quality corresponds to consumption, different from the technique used in iron oxides mostly with relatively low levels of other metals. This would be achieved by selecting and controlling iron acquisition and/or chemical treatment stage in the production process.
43.3. the class inorganic 27.0.
Color index number 77492 (iron oxide yellow);
77491 (iron oxide red);
77499 (iron oxide black) 43.5.
Einecs number 257-098-5 (iron oxide yellow);
215-168-2 (iron oxide red);
235-442-5 (iron oxide black) 27.1.
Chemical name hydrated iron oxide, hydrated iron (iii) oxide (iron oxide yellow);
anhydrous ferric oxide, anhydrous iron (iii) oxide (iron oxide red);
mixed iron oxide, iron (II, III) oxide (iron oxide black) 27.2.
Chemical formula Fe (OH) × xH2 (iron oxide yellow);
Fe2O3 (iron oxide red);
Fe × Fe2O3 (iron oxide black) 43.8.
Molecular weight 88.85 (Fe (OH)); 159.70 (Fe2O3);
231.55 (Fe × Fe2O3) 43.9.
Assay not less than 60%, calculated as Fe (yellow);
not less than 68% iron, calculated as Fe (red and black), 43.10.
Looks like yellow, red, Brown or black powder 43.11.
Proof of identity-solubility insoluble in water and organic solvents, soluble in concentrated mineral acids in 43.12.
Purity criteria: 43.12.1.
Water soluble substances not more than 1.0%

43.12.2. Arsenic not more than 5 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 43.12.3.
Barium is not more than 50 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 43.12.4.
Cadmium in not more than 5 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 43.12.5.
Chromium not more than 100 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 43.12.6.
Copper, not more than 50 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 43.12.7.
Lead not more than 20 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 43.12.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 43.12.9.
Nickel not more than 200 mg/kg (when completely dissolved) 43.12.10.
Not more than 100 mg zinc/kg (when completely dissolved) 44.
E 173-aluminium 44.1.
Synonyms CI metal pigment (CI pigment metal); Al 44.2.
Definition of aluminium powder consists of finely aluminum particles. Shredding can be made edible vegetable oils and/or the presence of fatty acids, or without their presence. The powder does not contain other substances, with the exception of food plant oils and/or food additives according to the quality of fatty acids.
44.3. the class inorganic 27.6.
Color index number 77000 44.5.
Einecs 231-072-3 27.7.
Chemical name aluminium 44.7.
Chemical formula Al 27.8.
Weights 26.98 27.9.
Not less than 99% basic substance, calculated as aluminum a substance that does not contain oil 44.10.
Looks like a silvery gray powder or small plate 44.11.
Proof of identity-solubility insoluble in water and organic solvents, soluble in dilute hydrochloric acid. The solution shows a positive test of aluminium.
44.12. Purity criteria: 44.12.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (1050 C to constant weight) 44.12.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 44.12.3.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 44.12.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 44.12.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 44.12.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 45.
E 174-Silver 45.1.
Synonyms Argent; AG 45.2.
Class inorganic 45.3.
Color index number 77820 28.2.
Einecs 231-131-3 in 45.5.
Chemical name Silver 45.6.
Chemical formula Ag 28.4.
Weights 107.87 45.8.
Not less than 99.5% assay 28.5.
Looks like a silver-coloured powder or small plate 46.
175 e-Gold 46.1.
Synonymous with metallic pigment (pigment metal 3); Aura; Au 46.2.
Class inorganic 46.3.
Color index number 77480 46.4.
Einecs 231-165-9 46.5.
Chemical name gold 29.0.
Chemical formula Au 29.0.
Weights 197.0 29.1.
Assay not less than 90% 46.9.
Looks like a gold-coloured powder or small plate 46.10.
Purity criteria: 46.10.1.
Silver is no more than 7% (after completely dissolved) 46.10.2.
Copper, not more than 4% (when completely dissolved) 47.
E 180-Litolrubīn BK 29.3.
Synonyms CI pigment red 57 (CI pigment red 57); rubīnpigment (rubinpigmen); cochineal (Carmine 6B) 6B of 47.2.
Definition Litolrubīn BK consists of calcium 3-Hydroxy-4-(4-methyl-2-sulfonatofenilaz)-2-naftalīnkarboksilāt and additional colours together with water, calcium chloride and/or calcium sulphate as main component without colouring properties.
47.3. the class Monoaz the 47.4.
Color index number 15850:1 47.5.
Einecs 226-109-5 29.6.
Chemical name calcium 3-Hydroxy-4-(4-methyl-2-sulfonatofenilaz)-2-naftalīnkarboksilāt of 29.6.
Chemical formula C18H12CaN2O6 of 47.8.
Molecular weight 424.45 29.8.
Assay the common dyes content: not less than 90% = 200 (approximately at 442 nm solution of dimethylformamide) 47.10.
Looks like a red powder 47.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry of dimethylformamide solution absorption maximum at about 442 nm 47.12.
Purity criteria: 47.12.1.
Additional not more than 0.5% of dye 47.12.2.
Other organic compounds other than colours: 2-amino-5-metilbenzolsulf-acid calcium salt;
3-Hydroxy-2-naphthalene-carboxylic acids calcium salt not more than 0.4% 0.2% up to 47.12.3.
No primary sulphonated aromatic amines in not more than 0.01% calculated as aniline 47.12.4.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% (from the solution with pH = 7) 47.12.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 47.12.6.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 47.12.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 47.12.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 47.12.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as lead 48.
Aluminium Lakes of colours 29.9.
Definition and description of obtaining aluminium varnish produced from coloring (purity criteria which meet the above requirements), reacting with aluminum water environment. Aluminum is generally not a freshly prepared, dried, extracted, or chloride of aluminium sulphate reacted with sodium or calcium carbonate or bicarbonate or ammonia. After the establishment of the Lake product filtered, washed with water and dried. The finished product is not possible in the presence of aluminium izreaģējuš.
48.2. Purity criteria: 48.2.1.
HCL-insoluble matter no more than 0.5% 48.2.2.
Ether extractable substances not more than 0.2% (neutral environment) 49.
E 200 sorbic acid-30.5.
Chemical name sorbic acid; TRANS, TRANS-2.4-heksadiēnskāb is 30.6.
The Einecs number 203-768-49.3 7.
Chemical formula C6H8O2 30.7.
Molecular weight 112.12 30.8.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 30.8.
Looks like a colourless Crystal or white needle scalers flowing powder that has a weak characteristic odor and does not change colour, digesting 90 minutes 49.7 1050 ºc.
Proof of identity: 49.7.1.
Melting point 133-1350 C after four hours of drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 49.7.2.
Spectrometry absorption maximum at 254 ± 2 nm solution of isopropanol 1/4000000 49.7.3.
The positive test of the 49.7.4 double bond.
Sublimation temperature of 800 C 49.8.
Purity criteria: 49.8.1.
Water not more than 0.5% (Karl Fischer) 49.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2% 49.8.3.
Not more than 0.1% aldehydes, calculated as formaldehyde 49.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 49.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 49.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 49.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 50.
Potassium sorbate e 202-50.1.
Chemical name potassium sorbate; potassium (E, E)-2.4-heksadienāt;
TRANS, TRANS-2.4-heksadiēnskāb salt potassium 50.2.
Einecs number 247-376-1 50.3.
Chemical formula C6H7O2K 50.4.
Molecular weight 150.22 50.5.
Not less than 99% of the parent of the dried substance 50.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder that does not change color when digesting 90 minutes 50.7 1050 ºc.
Proof of identity: 50.7.1.
Sorbic acid melting point 133-1350 C do not pārkristalizēt for the release of sorbic acid, potassium sorbate, acidifying after drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 50.7.2.
Positive potassium ions and double bond tests of 50.8.
Purity criteria: 50.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1.0% (1050 C, 3 h) 50.8.2.
Acidity or alkalinity is not more than 1.0%, calculated as sorbic acid or as K2CO3 50.8.3.
Not more than 0.1% aldehydes, calculated as formaldehyde 50.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 50.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 50.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 50.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 51.
(E) 203-Calcium sorbate 51.1.
Chemical name Calcium sorbate; TRANS, TRANS-2.4-heksadiēnskāb calcium salt of 51.2.
Einecs 231-321-6 51.3.
Chemical formula C12H14O4C-51.4.
Molecular weight 262.32 51.5.
Not less than 98% of the parent of the dried substance 51.6.
Looks like a Fine white crystalline powder which does not change the colour, digesting 1050 ° C, 90 minutes, 51.7.
Proof of identity: 51.7.1.
Sorbic acid melting point 133-1350 C do not pārkristalizēt for the release of sorbic acid, acidified calcium sorbate, after drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 51.7.2.
Positive calcium ion and the double bond tests 32.2.
Purity criteria: 51.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (vaccum with sulphuric acid in four hours) 51.8.2.
Not more than 0.1% aldehydes, calculated as formaldehyde 51.8.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 51.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 51.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 51.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 51.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 52.
E 210-benzoic acid 52.1.
Chemical name benzoic acid; benzolkarbonskāb; fenilkarbonskāb-52.2.
Einecs number 200-618-2 52.3.
Chemical formula C7H6O2 52.4.
Molecular weight 122.12 52.5.
Not less than 99.5% assay anhydrous 52.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder 52.7.
Proof of identity: 52.7.1.
Melting temperature (C) 52.7.2 121.5-123.50.
Positive tests for sublimation and benzoate 52.8.
Purity criteria: 52.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (three hours above the sulphuric acid) 52.8.2.
Ph approximately 4 (aqueous solution) 52.8.3.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% 52.8.4.
Chlorinated organic compounds not more than 0.07% (calculated as chlorides) or 0.3% (calculated as monohlorbenzoskāb) 52.8.5.
Easily Oxidising substances

At 100 ml water add 1.5 ml of sulphuric acid, bring to boil and add 0.1 N KMnO4 solution until the pink colour lasts 30 seconds. Heated solution dissolve 1 g of the sample to the nearest mg and Titrate with the 0.1 N KMnO4 solution until the pink colour lasts for 15 seconds. Should not consume more than 0.5 ml of titrant.
52.8.6. Easy karbonizējoš substances cold 0.5 g of benzoic acid solution 5 ml 94.5-95.5% sulphuric acid may show more intense colouring, which is 0.2 ml of the solution containing cobalt chloride TSC 1), 0.3 ml ferric chloride TSC 2), 0.1 ml of the copper sulphate TSC 3) and 4.4 ml water 52.8.7.
Polycyclic acids fractional acidifying counteract benzoic acid solution, the first pellet melting temperature must not differ from the melting temperature of benzoic acid.
52.8.8. Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 52.8.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 52.8.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 52.8.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 1) Cobalt chloride TSC: dissolve in about 65 g cobalt chloride CoCl2 × 6h2o mixture consisting of 25 ml hydrochloric acid and 975 ml water, so as to obtain the solution to a volume of 1 litre. Pour 5 ml of this solution in the 250 ml round bottomed flask containing iodine solution, add 5 ml of hydrogen peroxide 3%, then 20% 15 ml of sodium hydroxide solution. Boil 10 minutes, allow to cool, add 2 g of potassium iodide and 20 ml of 25% sulphuric acid. After the cake completely dissolved, titrate the liberated iodine with the Sodium Thiosulphate 0.1 N starch TS 4) presence. 1 ml of 0.1 N Sodium Thiosulphate meets 23.80 mg × 6h2o CoCl2. Adding hydrochloric acid – water mixtures, dilute the solution to contain 59.5 mg × 6h2o CoCl2 per ml of solution.
2) iron trichloride TSC: dissolve approximately 55 g of iron trichloride mixture, consisting of 25 ml hydrochloric acid and 975 ml water to a volume of 1 litre. Place 10 ml of this solution into a 250 ml round-bottom flask containing iodine solution, add 15 ml of water and 3 g of potassium iodide. Leave for 15 minutes the mixture diluted with 100 ml water and titrate the liberated iodine with the Sodium Thiosulphate 0.1 N starch TS 4) presence. 1 ml of 0.1 N Sodium Thiosulphate meets FeCl3.6h2o 27.03 mg × Adding hydrochloric acid – water mixtures, dilute the solution to contain 45.0 mg × 6h2o FeCl3 per ml of solution.
3) copper sulphate in the TSC: dissolve approximately 65 g of copper sulphate CuSO4 x 5H2O mixture consisting of 25 ml hydrochloric acid and 975 ml water to a volume of 1 litre. Place 10 ml of this solution into a 250 ml round-bottom flask containing iodine solution, add 40 ml water and 4 ml of acetic acid and 3 g of potassium iodide. Titrate the liberated iodine with the Sodium Thiosulphate 0.1 N starch TS 4) presence. 1 ml of 0.1 N Sodium Thiosulphate meets CuSO4 x 5H2O 24.97 mg. Adding hydrochloric acid – water mixtures, dilute the solution so that it contains CuSO4 x 5H2O 62.4 mg per ml of solution.
4) starches: 0.5 g of starch TS grind (potato starch, cornstarch, or soluble starch) and mix with 5 ml of water. At the mail bag incurred the added water to a volume of 100 ml. Boil for a few minutes, allow to cool and filter. Use freshly prepared starch TS.
53. E 211-Sodium benzoate 53.1.
Chemical name Sodium benzoate; benzolkarbonskāb of sodium salt; fenilkarbonskāb sodium salt of 53.2.
Einecs number 208-534-8 53.3.
Chemical formula of 53.4 C7H5O2N.
Molecular weight 144.11 13.
Not less than 99% of the parent after four hours of drying 1050 ° C, 53.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder or granules with almost no aroma 53.7.
Proof of identity: 53.7.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, moderately soluble in ethanol 53.7.2.
Benzoic acid melting temperature (C) pārkristalizēt 121.5 123.50 for benzoic acid, which isolates, sodium benzoate, acidified after drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 53.7.3.
Positive benzoate and sodium ion tests 53.8.
Purity criteria: 53.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1.5% (1050 C, 4 h) 53.8.2.
Easily oxidizing substances At 100 ml water add 1.5 ml of sulphuric acid, bring to boil and add 0.1 N KMnO4 solution until the pink colour lasts 30 seconds. Heated solution dissolve 1 g of the sample to the nearest mg and Titrate with the 0.1 N KMnO4 solution until the pink colour lasts for 15 seconds. Should not consume more than 0.5 ml of titrant.
53.8.3. Polycyclic acids neutralize the acidifying fractional sodium benzoate solution first pellet melting temperature must not differ from the melting temperature of benzoic acid.
53.8.4. Chlorinated organic compounds not more than 0.06% (calculated as chlorides) or 0.25% (calculated as monohlorbenzoskāb) 53.8.5.
Acidity or alkalinity of not more than 0.25 ml of 0.1 N NaOH or HCl 0.1 N to neutralize 1 g of sodium benzoate in the presence of phenolphthalein 53.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 53.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 53.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 53.8.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 54.
212 e-Potassium benzoate 54.1.
Chemical name Potassium benzoate; benzolkarbonskāb of potassium salt; fenilkarbonskāb potassium salt of 54.2.
Einecs 209-481-3 54.3.
Chemical formula C7H5KO2 x 3H2O 54.4.
Molecular weight the 54.5 214.27.
Not less than 99% of the parent after drying 1050 ° C to constant weight 54.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder 54.7.
Proof of identity: 54.7.1.
Benzoic acid melting temperature (C) pārkristalizēt 121.5 123.50 for benzoic acid, which revealed, potassium benzoate, acidifying after drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 54.7.2.
Benzoate and potassium positive ions tests 54.8.
Purity criteria: 54.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 26.5% (1050 ° C, constant weight) 54.8.2.
Easily oxidizing substances At 100 ml water add 1.5 ml of sulphuric acid, bring to boil and add 0.1 N KMnO4 solution until the pink colour lasts 30 seconds. Heated solution dissolve 1 g of the sample to the nearest mg and Titrate with the 0.1 N KMnO4 solution until the pink colour lasts for 15 seconds. Should not consume more than 0.5 ml of titrant.
54.8.3. Easy karbonizējoš substances cold 0.5 g of benzoic acid solution 5 ml 94.5-95.5% sulphuric acid may show more intense colouring, which is 0.2 ml of the solution containing cobalt chloride TSC, TSC 0.3 ml of iron chloride, 0.1 ml of the copper sulphate TSC and 4.4 ml water 54.8.4.
Polycyclic acids neutralize the acidifying fractional potassium benzoate solution first pellet melting temperature must not differ from the melting 54.8.5 of benzoic acid.
Chlorinated organic compounds not more than 0.06% (calculated as chlorides) or 0.25% (calculated as monohlorbenzoskāb) 54.8.6.
Acidity or alkalinity of not more than 0.25 ml of 0.1 N NaOH or HCl 0.1 N to neutralize 1 g of potassium benzoate in the presence of phenolphthalein 54.8.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 54.8.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 54.8.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 54.8.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 55.
(E) 213-Calcium benzoate 55.1.
Synonyms Monocalcium benzoate (monocalci unit-benzoat) 55.2.
Chemical name Calcium benzoate; calcium dibenzoāt 55.3.
Einecs 218-235-4 55.4.
Chemical formula C14H10O4C (anhydrous); C14H10O4C × H2O (monohydrate); C14H10O4C × 3 H2O (trihydrate) 55.5.
Molecular weight 282.31 (anhydrous); 300.32 (monohydrate); 336.36 (trihydrate) 57.5.
Not less than 99% of the parent after drying 1050 ° C, 55.7.
Looks like White or colourless crystals or white powder 55.8.
Proof of identity: 55.8.1.
Benzoic acid melting temperature (C) pārkristalizēt 121.5 123.50 for benzoic acid, which revealed, calcium benzoate acidifying, after drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 55.8.2.
Positive benzoate and calcium ion tests 34.7.
Purity criteria: 55.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 17.5% after drying 1050 ° C to constant weight 55.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.3% 55.9.3.
Easily oxidizing substances At 100 ml water add 1.5 ml of sulphuric acid, bring to boil and add 0.1 N KMnO4 solution until the pink colour lasts 30 seconds. Heated solution dissolve 1 g of the sample to the nearest mg and Titrate with the 0.1 N KMnO4 solution until the pink colour lasts for 15 seconds. Should not consume more than 0.5 ml of titrant.
55.9.4. Easy karbonizējoš substances cold 0.5 g of benzoic acid solution 5 ml 94.5-95.5% sulphuric acid may show more intense colouring, which is 0.2 ml of the solution containing cobalt chloride TSC, TSC 0.3 ml of iron chloride, 0.1 ml of the copper sulphate TSC and 4.4 ml water 55.9.5.
Polycyclic acids neutralize the acidifying fractional calcium benzoate solution first pellet melting temperature must not differ from the melting 55.9.6 of benzoic acid.
Chlorinated organic compounds not more than 0.06% (calculated as chlorides) or 0.25% (calculated as monohlorbenzoskāb) 55.9.7.
Acidity or alkalinity of not more than 0.25 ml of 0.1 N NaOH or HCl 0.1 N to neutralize 1 g calcium benzoate in the presence of phenolphthalein 55.9.8.
Fluorides

Not more than 10 mg/kg 55.9.9.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 55.9.10.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 55.9.11.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 55.9.12.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 56.
(E) 214-ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate 56.1.
Synonyms Ethylparaben (ethylparaben); ethyl-p-oksibenzoāt (ethyl p-oxybenzoat) 56.2.
Chemical name ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate;
p-hydroxybenzoic acid ethyl ester 56.3.
Einecs 204-399-5 56.4.
Chemical formula C9H10O3 56.5.
Molecular weight 166.8 56.6.
Not less than 99.5% assay after drying for two hours at 800 ° C 56.7.
Looks like tiny colorless crystals or a white crystalline powder almost without aroma 54.1.
Proof of identity: 56.8.1.
Melting temperature of 115-1180 C 56.8.2.
The positive test was p-hydroxybenzoate pārkristalizēt p-hydroxybenzoic acid, isolated, acidifying the sample, and dried in vaccum with sulphuric acid, melting temperature is 213-2170 C 56.8.3.
Positive test for ethyl alcohol 56.9.
Purity criteria: 56.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (800 C, 2 h) 56.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% 56.9.3.
p-hydroxybenzoic acid and salicylic acid, not more than 0.35%, calculated as p-hydroxybenzoic acid 56.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 56.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 56.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 56.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 57.
E 215-sodium ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate 57.1.
The chemical name is sodium ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate; sodium ethyl p-hydroxybenzoic acid derivatives 57.2.
Einecs number 252-487-57.3 6.
Chemical formula C9H9O3N-57.4.
Molecular weight 188.8 57.5.
Assay not less than 83% of p-hydroxybenzoic acid ethyl anhydrous 57.6.
Looks like a White crystalline hygroscopic powder 57.7.
Proof of identity: 57.7.1.
Melting temperature of 115 – 1180 C after drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 57.7.2.
The positive test of p-hydroxybenzoate samples the p-hydroxybenzoic acid melting temperature is 213-2170 C 57.7.3.
Positive test for sodium ion 57.7.4.
pH 9.9-10.3 (0.1% water solution) 57.8.
Purity criteria: 57.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 5% after drying under vaccum with sulphuric acid 57.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) 37-39% 57.8.3.
p-hydroxybenzoic acid and salicylic acid, not more than 0.35%, calculated as p-hydroxybenzoic acid 57.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 57.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 57.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 57.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 58.
E 216 propyl p-hydroxybenzoate-58.1.
Synonyms Propylparaben (propylparaben); propyl p-oksibenzoāt (propyl p-oxybenzoat) 58.2.
Chemical name propyl p-hydroxybenzoate;
p-hydroxybenzoic acid n-propyl ester 58.3.
Einecs 202-307-58.4 7.
Chemical formula C10H12O3 58.5.
Molecular weight 180.21 58.6.
Not less than 99.5% assay after drying for two hours at 800 ° C, 58.7.
Looks like tiny colorless crystals or a white crystalline powder almost without aroma 58.8.
Proof of identity: 58.8.1.
Melting point 95-970 C two hours after drying 800 ° C, 58.8.2.
The positive test of p-hydroxybenzoate samples the p-hydroxybenzoic acid melting temperature is 213-2170 C 58.9.
Purity criteria: 58.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (800 C, 2 h) 58.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% 58.9.3.
p-hydroxybenzoic acid and salicylic acid, not more than 0.35%, calculated as p-hydroxybenzoic acid 58.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 58.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 58.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 58.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 59.
E-217 sodium propyl p-hydroxybenzoate 59.1.
The chemical name is sodium n-propyl p-hydroxybenzoate;
p-hydroxybenzoic acid n-propilester derivatives of sodium 59.2.
Einecs number 252-488-1 59.3.
Chemical formula C10H11O3N of 59.4.
Molecular weight 202.21 59.5.
Not less than 85% of the parent p-hydroxybenzoic acid n-propilester in anhydrous 37.0.
Looks like a white or almost white crystalline hygroscopic powder 59.7.
Proof of identity: 59.7.1.
Melting point-pārkristalizēt not for 94 970 C ester, isolated, acidifying sodium derivatives, after drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 59.7.2.
Positive test for sodium ion 59.7.3.
Ph-10.2 9.8 (0.1% water solution) 59.8.
Purity criteria: 59.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 5% after drying under vaccum with sulphuric acid 59.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) 34 – 36% 59.8.3.
p-hydroxybenzoic acid and salicylic acid, not more than 0.35%, calculated as p-hydroxybenzoic acid 59.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 59.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 59.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 59.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 60.
(E) 218-methyl-p-hydroxybenzoate 60.1.
Synonyms Methylparaben (methylparaben); methyl-p-oksibenzoāt (methyl-p-oxybenzoat) 60.2.
The chemical name methyl p-hydroxybenzoate; p-hydroxybenzoic acid methyl ester 60.3.
Einecs 243-171-5 60.4.
Chemical formula C8H8O3 60.5.
Molecular weight 152.15 60.6.
Not less than 99% of the parent after drying for two hours at 800 ° C, 37.7.
Looks like tiny colorless crystals or a white crystalline powder almost without aroma 60.8.
Proof of identity: 60.8.1.
Melting point 125-1280 C 60.8.2.
Positive p-hydroxybenzoate test melting temperature obtained from the sample of p-hidroksibenzoskāb for two hours after drying 800 C 213-2170 C 60.9.
Purity criteria: 60.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (800 C, 2 h) 60.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% 60.9.3.
p-hydroxybenzoic acid and salicylic acid, not more than 0.35%, calculated as p-hydroxybenzoic acid 60.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 60.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 60.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 60.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 61.
(E) 219-sodium methyl p-hydroxybenzoate 61.1.
The chemical name is sodium methyl p-hydroxybenzoate; p-hydroxybenzoic acid methyl ester derivative sodium 61.2.
Chemical formula C8H7O3N-38.1.
Molecular weight 174.15 61.4.
Not less than 99.5% assay anhydrous 61.5.
Looks like a white hygroscopic powder 61.6.
Proof of identity: 61.6.1.
Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate melting point 125-1280 C white precipitate resulting from acidifying with hydrochloric acid (as indikātor using the litmus paper), methyl p-hydroxybenzoate, sodium derivative in a 10% (w/v) in aqueous solution, after washing with water and drying for two hours at 800 ° C, 61.6.2.
Positive test for sodium ion 61.6.3.
Ph-10.3 9.7 (0.1% of CO2-free aqueous solution) 38.3.
Purity criteria: 61.7.1.
Water not more than 5% (Karl Fischer) 61.7.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) 40-44.5% anhydrous 61.7.3.
p-hydroxybenzoic acid and salicylic acid, not more than 0.35%, calculated as p-hydroxybenzoic acid 61.7.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 61.7.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 61.7.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 61.7.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 62.
E 220 – sulphur dioxide 62.1.
Chemical name sulphur dioxide; sērpaskāb anhydride 62.2.
Einecs 231-195-2 38.7.
Chemical formula SO2 38.8.
Molecular weight 64.07 62.5.
Not less than 99% assay 38.9.
Looks like a colorless flammable gas with no strong acrid smell 62.7 choking.
Identity proof-positive test in quadrivalent 39.0.
Purity criteria: 62.8.1.
Not more than 0.05% of the water 62.8.2.
Non-volatile residue not more than 0.01% 62.8.3.
Sulphur trioxide not more than 0.1% 62.8.4.
Selenium not more than 10 mg/kg 62.8.5.
Other gases normally not air does not contain 62.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 62.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 62.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 62.8.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 63.
(E) 221-sodium sulphite 63.1.
Chemical name sodium sulphite (anhydrous or heptahydrate) 39.3.
Einecs 231-821-4 63.3.
Chemical formula of Na2SO3 (anhydrous);
× Na2so3 7h2o (heptahydrate) 63.4.
Molecular weight 126.04 (anhydrous); 252.16 (heptahydrate) 63.5.
Not less than 95% of the parent Na2SO3 and not less than 48% SO2 (anhydrous); not less than 48% Na2SO3 and not less than 24% SO2 (heptahydrate) 63.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder or colourless crystals 63.7.
Proof of identity: 63.7.1.
Positive sulphite and sodium ion in the 63.7.2 test.
Ph 8.5-11.5 (10% aqueous solution (anhydrous basis) or 20% water solution (heptahydrate)) 63.8.
Purity criteria: 63.8.1.
Tiosulfāt not more than 0.1% by SO2 content 63.8.2.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg SO2 content by 63.8.3.
Selenium not more than 10 mg/kg SO2 content by 63.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 63.8.5.

Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 63.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 63.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 64.
222 e – sodium bisulphite 64.1.
Chemical name sodium bisulphite, sodium hydrogen sulfite 64.2.
Einecs 231-921-4 64.3.
Chemical formula NaHSO3 64.4 in aqueous solution.
Molecular weight 104.06 64.5.
Assay not less than 32% (w/w) 64.6 NaHSO3.
Looks like a clear colourless to yellow solution 64.7.
Proof of identity: 64.7.1.
Positive sulphite and sodium ion in the 64.7.2 test.
pH 2.5-5.5 (10% aqueous solution) 64.8.
Purity criteria: 64.8.1.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg SO2 content by 64.8.2.
Selenium not more than 10 mg/kg SO2 content by 64.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 64.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 64.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 64.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 65.
Sodium Metabisulphite e 223-65.1.
Synonyms Pyrosulphite (pyrosulphit); sodium pyrosulphite (sodium pyrosulphit) 65.2.
Chemical name sodium disulphite; disodium pentaoksodisulfāt 65.3.
Einecs 231-673-0 65.4.
Chemical formula Na2S2O5 65.5.
Molecular weight 190.11 65.6.
Not less than 95% of the parent Na2S2O5, and no fewer than 64% SO2 65.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder 65.8.
Proof of identity: 65.8.1.
Positive sulphite and sodium ion in the 65.8.2 test.
pH 4.0-5.5 (10% water solution) 65.9.
Purity criteria: 65.9.1.
Tiosulfāt not more than 0.1% by SO2 content 65.9.2.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg SO2 content by 65.9.3.
Selenium not more than 10 mg/kg SO2 content by 65.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 65.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 65.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 65.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 66.
224 e-Potassium Metabisulphite 66.1.
Synonyms potassium pyrosulphite (potassi Forum pyrosulphit) 66.2.
Chemical name potassium disulphite; potassium pentaoksodisulfāt 66.3.
Einecs 240-795-3 66.4.
Chemical formula K2S2O5 41.3.
Molecular weight 222.33 66.6.
Assay not less than 90% and not less than 51.8% K2S2O5 SO2, the remainder consists almost exclusively of potassium sulphate 66.7.
Looks like a colourless crystals or white crystalline powder 41.5.
Identity proof-positive sulphite and potassium ion tests 66.9.
Purity criteria: 66.9.1.
Tiosulfāt not more than 0.1% by SO2 content 66.9.2.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg SO2 content by 66.9.3.
Selenium not more than 10 mg/kg SO2 content by 66.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 66.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 66.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 66.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 67.
(E) 226-calcium sulphite 67.1.
Chemical name calcium sulphite 67.2.
Einecs 218-235-4 67.3.
Chemical formula CaSO3 x 2H2O 41.9.
Molecular weight 156.17 67.5.
Not less than 95% of the parent CaSO3 x 2H2O and not less than 39% SO2 67.6.
Looks like white crystals or white crystalline powder 67.7.
Identity proof-positive sulphite and calcium ion tests mm.
Purity criteria: 67.8.1.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg SO2 content by 67.8.2.
Selenium not more than 10 mg/kg SO2 content by 67.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 67.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 67.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 67.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 68.
E 227-calcium bisulphite 68.1.
Chemical name calcium bisulphite; calcium hydrogen sulfite 68.2.
Einecs number 423-237-7 68.3.
Chemical formula Ca (HSO3) 2 68.4.
Molecular weight 202.22 68.5.
Assay of 6-8% (w/v) and 2.5-3.5% SO2 (w/v) calcium dioxide corresponding to 10 – 14% (w/v) calcium bisulphite 68.6.
Looks like clear greenish yellow aqueous solution with a strong smell of sulphur dioxide 68.7.
Identity proof-positive sulphite and calcium ion tests 68.8.
Purity criteria: 68.8.1.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg SO2 content by 68.8.2.
Selenium not more than 10 mg/kg SO2 content by 68.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 68.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 68.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 68.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 69.
228 e, potassium bisulphite 69.1.
The chemical name of potassium bisulphite; potassium Hydrosulphite EB 69.2.
Einecs 231-870-1 69.3.
Chemical formula KHSO3 69.4 in aqueous solution.
Molecular weight 120.17 69.5.
Assay not less than 280 g KHSO3 per litre (or 150 g of SO2 per litre) 72.2.
Looks like a clear colourless aqueous solution of 69.7.
Identity proof-positive sulphite and potassium ion tests 69.8.
Purity criteria: 69.8.1.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg SO2 content by 69.8.2.
Selenium not more than 10 mg/kg SO2 content by 69.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 69.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 69.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 69.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 70.
E 230-Diphenyl 70.1.
Synonyms biphenyl (biphenyl) 70.2.
1.1 chemical name '-diphenyl; fenilbenzol of 70.3.
Einecs 202-163-5 70.4.
Chemical formula C12H10 70.5.
Molecular weight 154.20 70.6.
Assay not less than 99.8% 70.7.
Looks like a white or pale yellow to Amber substance with a characteristic aroma of 70.8.
Proof of identity: 70.8.1.
Melting point: 70.50 70.8.2 68.5 C.
Boiling point in the interval (C) completely 257.50 252.5 – 2.50 C by 70.9.
Purity criteria: 70.9.1.
Benzene not more than 10 mg/kg 70.9.2.
Aromatic amines, not more than 2 mg/kg, calculated as aniline 70.9.3.
Phenol derivatives not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as phenol 70.9.4.
Easy karbonizējoš substances cold 0.5 g diphenyl solution 5 ml 94.5-95.5% sulphuric acid may show more intense colouring, which is 0.2 ml of the solution containing cobalt chloride TSC, TSC 0.3 ml of iron chloride, 0.1 ml of the copper sulphate TSC and 4.4 ml water 70.9.5.
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are not allowed in 70.9.6.
Terphenyls-and higher polifenilatvasinājum not more than 0.2% 70.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 70.9.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 70.9.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 70.9.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 71.
E 231 orthophenyl phenol-71.1.
Synonymous Ortoksenol (orthoxenol) 71.2.
1.1 chemical name '-Diphenyl-2-ol; 2-hydroxydiphenyl; o-hydroxydiphenyl 71.3.
Einecs number is 201-993-5 71.4.
Chemical formula C12H10-71.5.
Molecular weight 170.20 71.6.
Not less than 99% assay 71.7.
Looks like a White or slightly yellowish crystalline powder 44.6.
Proof of identity: 71.8.1.
Melting point 580 C-71.8.2 56.
Positive test fenolāt adding 10% iron chloride solution at 1 g ortofenilfenol solution 10 ml of ethanol raises the Green coloration 71.9.
Purity criteria: 71.9.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% 71.9.2.
Not more than 0.3% diphenylether 71.9.3.
p-phenylphenol 71.9.4 not more than 0.1%.
1-naphthol, not more than 0.01% 71.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 71.9.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 71.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 71.9.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 72.
E 232 sodium orthophenyl phenol-72.1.
Synonyms sodium ortofenilfenāt (sodium orthophenylphenat); o-fenilfenol sodium salt (sodium salt of o-phenylphenol) 72.2.
Chemical name sodium orthophenyl phenol 72.3.
Einecs 205-055-72.4 6.
Chemical formula C12H9ON 4h2o × 72.5.
Molecular 72.6 at 264.26.
Assay not less than 97% 72.7.
Looks like a White or slightly yellowish crystalline powder 72.8.
Proof of identity: 72.8.1.
Ortofenilfenol melting point 580 C 56-pārkristalizēt sample, not isolated, acidify the sodium ortofenilfenol solution, after drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 72.8.2.
The positive sodium ions fenolāt and 72.8.3 tests.
Ph 11,1-11.8 (2% aqueous solution) 45.3.
Purity criteria: 72.9.1.
Not more than 0.3% diphenylether 72.9.2.
p-phenylphenol 72.9.3 not more than 0.1%.
1-naphthol, not more than 0.01% 72.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 72.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 72.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 72.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 73.
E 233 – Thiabendazole 73.1.
Chemical name 5-(2-Benzimidazolil) thiazole; 2-(4-tiazolil)-1 h-benzimidazol 73.2.
Einecs number 1205-725-73.3 8.
Chemical formula C10H7N3 to 45.6.
Molecular weight 201.26 73.5.
Assay not less than 98% on the anhydrous 73.6.
Looks like a white or almost white powder without flavor 45.8.
Proof of identity: 73.7.1.
Melting temperature of 296-3030 (C) 73.7.2.
Absorption spectrometry peaks 0.0005% (w/v) solution 0.1 N hydrochloric acid at 302 nm nm nm at 302 258 and 243 ± 2 nm: about 1230 at 258 ± 2 nm: approximately 200 at 243 ± 2 nm: approximately 620

Absorbance ratio = 0.64 A243/A302 0.47-absorption ratio = 0.14-0.18 A258/A302 73.8.
Purity criteria: 73.8.1.
Water not more than 0.5% (Karl Fischer) 73.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2% 73.8.3.
Selenium not more than 3 mg/kg 73.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 73.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 73.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 73.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 74.
E 234 – Nizīn 74.1.
Definition of the Nizīn consists of Streptococcus lactis, Lancefield group N naturally produced in close relatives of polypeptides of 74.2.
Einecs 215-269-46.2 5.
Chemical formula C143H230N42O37S7 74.4.
Molecular weight 3354.12 74.5.
Assay of Nizīn concentrate, not less than 900 units per mg of nizīn skimmed-milk powder and not less than 50% sodium chloride 74.6.
Looks like white powder 74.7 at.
Purity criteria: 74.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 3% (102-1030 ° C, constant weight) 74.7.2.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 74.7.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 74.7.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 74.7.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 75.
E-235 Natamicīn 75.1.
Pimaricīn (pimaricin) synonyms 75.2.
The definition of Natamicīn is poliēn macrolide group of fungicides, which produces in Streptomyces natalensis or Streptococcus lactis 75.3.
Einecs 231-778-5 75.4.
Chemical formula C33H47O13N 75.5.
Molecular weight 665.74 75.6.
Assay not less than 95% on the anhydrous 47.0.
Looks like a white to cream crystalline powder 75.8.
Proof of identity: 75.8.1.
Colour reaction of Crystal natamicīn adding some drops of concentrated hydrochloric acid, blue coloration, but a drop of concentrated phosphoric acid, green colour. Paintwork in a few minutes changing to pale red.
75.8.2. Spectrometry absorption maximum of 0.0005% (w/v) solution of 1% acetic acid solution is around 290 nm, nm at 303 and 318 nm absorption "shoulder" about 280 nm and a minimum of absorption at around 250 nm, 295.5 nm and at 311 nm 75.8.3.
pH 5.5-7.5 (substances 1% (w/v) solution in counteract mixture that consists of 20 parts of dimethylformamide and 80 parts water) 75.8.4.
Specific optical rotation angle [a] D20 = (+ 2500) – (+ 2950) (1% (w/v) solution of dried substance ice acetic acid 200 C) 75.9.
Purity criteria: 75.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 8% (vacuum over P2O5 600 ° C, constant weight) 75.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5% 75.9.3.
Microbiological indicators: total plate count not more than 100/g 75.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 75.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 75.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 75.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 76.
E 239-hexamethylenetetramine 76.1.
Synonymous Heksamīn (hexamin); metēnamīn (methenamin), 76.2.
Chemical name 1, 3, 5, 7-Tetraazatricikl-[3.3.1.13, 7]-Dean;
hexamethylene tetramine 76.3.
Einecs 202-905-8 76.4.
Chemical formula C6H12N4 76.5.
Molecular weight 140.19 47.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 47.7.
Looks like a colourless or white crystalline powder 76.8.
Proof of identity: 76.8.1.
Positive tests of formaldehyde and ammonia 76.8.2.
Sublimation temperature of approximately 2600 C 76.9.
Purity criteria: 76.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (vacuum over P2O5 two hours at 1050 ° C) 76.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% 76.9.3.
Sulphate no more than 0.005%, calculated as SO4 76.9.4.
No more than 0.005% chloride, calculated as Cl 76.9.5.
Ammonium salts of 76.9.6 is not allowed.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 76.9.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 76.9.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 76.9.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 77.
E-242 of Dimethyldicarbonate 77.1.
Synonyms DMDCS (DMDCS);
dimetilpirokarbonāt (dimethyl pyrocarbonat) 77.2.
Chemical name Dimethyldicarbonate; piroogļskāb a dimetilester of 77.3.
Einecs 224-859-8 chemical formula C4H6O5 77.4 77.5.
Molecular weight 134.09 77.6.
Assay not less than 99.8% 77.7.
Looks like a colourless liquid distribution in the water solution. Irritant effect on skin and eyes. Toxic by inhalation and food.
proof of identity: 77.8.77.8.1.
After the dissolution of the degradation of positive tests 77.8.2 the CO2 and methanol.
Melting point 170 C 77.8.3.
Boiling point C (with decomposition) 1720 77.8.4.
Density approx. 1.25 g/cm3 (200 C) 77.8.5.
Infrared spectrum peaks at 1156 and 1832 77.9 cm-1.
Purity criteria: 77.9.1.
Not more than 0.2% dimethyl carbonate 77.9.2.
Chlorine (total) not more than 3 mg/kg 77.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 77.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 77.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 77.9.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 78.
E 249 potassium nitrite-78.1.
The chemical name for potassium nitrite 78.2.
Einecs 231-832-4 78.3.
Chemical formula KNO2 78.4.
Molecular weight 85.11 78.5.
Assay not less than 95% on the anhydrous basis (when marked with the text "for food use", nitrite may only be sold in a mixture with salt or salt substitute) 78.6.
Looks like a white or yellowish hygroscopic pellets 78.7.
Proof of identity: 78.7.1.
Positive nitrite and potassium ion in the 78.7.2 test.
pH 6.0 – 9.0 (5% aqueous solution) 78.8.
Purity criteria: 78.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 3% (four hours over silica gel) 78.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 78.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 78.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 78.8.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 79.
Sodium nitrite e 250-79.1.
Chemical name sodium nitrite 79.2.
Einecs 231-555-9 79.3.
Chemical formula NaNO2 49.3.
Molecular 69.00 49.4.
Assay not less than 97% on the anhydrous basis (when marked with the text "human consumption", nitrite may only be sold in a mixture with salt or salt substitute) 79.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder or yellowish lumps 79.7.
Identity proof-positive of nitrite and sodium ion tests 79.8.
Purity criteria: 79.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.25% (over silica gel for four hours) 79.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 79.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 79.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 79.8.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 80.
E 251 sodium nitrate-80.1.
Solid sodium nitrate 80.1.1.
Synonyms of Chile nitre (Chile saltpetr); cubic or soda nitre (cubic or soda Nitra) 80.1.2.
The chemical name is sodium nitrate 80.1.3.
Einecs 231-554-3 80.1.4.
Chemical formula NaNO3 80.1.5.
Molecular weight 80.1.6 85.00.
Not less than 99% of the parent after drying 80.1.7.
Looks like a slightly hygroscopic White crystalline powder 80.1.8.
Proof of identity: 80.1.8.1.
Positive nitrates and sodium ion in the 80.1.8.2 test.
pH 5.5-8.3 (5% solution) 80.1.8.3.
3080 C melting point 80.1.9.
Purity criteria: 80.1.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2% (1050 C, 4 h) 80.1.9.2.
Nitrites not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as NaNO2 80.1.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 80.1.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 80.1.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 80.2.
Liquid sodium nitrate 80.2.1.
Definition of liquid sodium nitrate sodium nitrate water solution that directly arises from a chemical reaction between sodium hydroxide and nitric acid stehiometrisko quantities without crystallization by reaction. Correctly determining or marking, standardized forms, made from liquid sodium nitrate, which meets these specifications may be redundant nitric acid.
80.2.2. Chemical name sodium nitrate 80.2.3.
Einecs 231-554-3 80.2.4.
Chemical formula NaNO3 80.2.5.
Molecular weight 80.2.6 85.00.
Assay Of 33.5 to 40.0% NaNO3 80.2.7.
Looks like a clear colourless liquid 80.2.8.
Proof of identity: 80.2.8.1.
Positive nitrates and sodium ion in the 80.2.8.2 test.
pH 3.5-1.5 80.2.9.
Purity criteria: 80.2.9.1.
Nitrites not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as NaNO2 80.2.9.2.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 80.2.9.3.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 80.2.9.4.
Mercury not more than 0.3 mg/kg Note: this specification refers to a 35% water solution is 81.
Potassium nitrate e 252-81.1.
Synonyms of Chile nitre (Chile saltpetr); cubic or soda nitre (cubic or soda Nitra) 81.2.
Chemical name for potassium nitrate 81.3.
Einecs 231-818-8 81.4.
Chemical formula KNO3 81.5.
Molecular weight 101.11 81.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 81.7.
Looks like a White crystalline powder or translucent Prism with the invigorating salt taste acrid 81.8.
Proof of identity: 81.8.1.
Positive nitrates and potassium ion in the 81.8.2 test.
pH 4.5-8.5 (5% solution) 81.9.
Purity criteria:
 

81.9.1. Loss on drying not more than 1% (1050 C, 4 h) 81.9.2.
Nitrites not more than 20 mg/kg, calculated as KNO2 81.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 81.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 81.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 81.9.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 82.
E 260 acetic acid-82.1.
Chemical name of acetic acid; etānskāb of 82.2.
Einecs number 200-580-7 82.3.
Chemical formula C2H4O2 82.4.
Molecular weight 60.05 82.5.
Assay not less than 99.8% 82.6.
Looks like a clear colourless liquid with a characteristic sharp flavour of 82.7.
Proof of identity: 82.7.1.
Boiling point (760 mm Hg) 1180 C 82.7.2.
Specific weight of about 1.049 82.7.3.
Positive tests for acetate dilution of one to three 82.7.4.
Kristalizēšan temperature Not lower than C 14.50 82.8.
Purity criteria: 82.8.1.
Non-volatile residue in no more than 100 mg/kg 82.8.2.
Formic acid, formates and of other oxidizing substances not more than 1000 mg/kg, calculated as formic acid 82.8.3.
Oxidizing substances easily dish with glass stopper, 2 ml sample is dissolved in 10 ml of water and add 0.1 ml of KMnO4 solution 0.1 N. Pink color does not change to a Brown 82.8.4 30 minutes.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 82.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 82.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 82.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 83.
E 261 – Potassium acetate 83.1.
The chemical name of potassium acetate 51.7.
Einecs 204-822-2 83.3.
Chemical formula C2H3O2K 83.4.
Molecular weight 98.14 83.5.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 83.6.
Looks like a colorless hygroscopic crystals or white crystalline powder without smell or with a weak vinegar flavour of 83.7.
Proof of identity: 83.7.1.
pH 7.5-9.0 (5% aqueous solution) 83.7.2.
Acetate and potassium positive ions tests 83.8.
Purity criteria: 83.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 8% (1500 C, 2 h) 83.8.2.
Formic acid, formates and of other oxidizing substances not more than 1000 mg/kg, calculated as formic acid 83.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 83.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 83.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 83.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 84.
E 262 (I) – sodium acetate 84.1.
The chemical name is sodium acetate 84.2.
Einecs 204-823-8 84.3.
Chemical formula nH2-C2H3NaO2 × (n = 0 or 3) 84.4.
Molecular weight 82.03 (anhydrous); 136.08 (trihydrate) 84.5.
Assay not less than 98.5% on the anhydrous 84.6.
Looks like a white grainy hygroscopic powder without flavor (anhydrous); colourless transparent crystals or granular crystalline powder without smell or with a weak vinegar flavor that warm dry atmosphere loses water of crystallization (trihydrate).
84.7. identity proof: 84.7.1.
Ph 8.0-9.5 (1% water solution) 84.7.2.
Positive acetate and sodium ion tests 84.8.
Purity criteria: 84.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2% (1200 C, 4 h), anhydrous; 36-42% (1200 C, 4 h) for the trihydrate-84.8.2.
Formic acid, formates and of other oxidizing substances not more than 1000 mg/kg, calculated as formic acid 84.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 84.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 84.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 84.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 85.
E 262 (II)-sodium diacetate 85.1.
Definition of sodium diacetate is sodium acetate and acetic acid molekulārsavienojum to 85.2.
The chemical name is sodium hidrogēndiacetāt 85.3.
Einecs 204-814-9 85.4.
Chemical formula nH2-C4H7NaO4 × (n = 0 or 3) 85.5.
Molecular weight 142.09 (anhydrous) 85.6.
39 – 41% of parent free 58-60% acetic acid and sodium acetate 53.3.
Looks like a white hygroscopic crystalline substance with vinegar flavour of 85.8.
Proof of identity: 85.8.1.
4.5-5.0 pH (aqueous solution 10%) 85.8.2.
Positive acetate and sodium ion tests 53.4.
Purity criteria: 85.9.1.
Water not more than 2% (Karl Fischer) 85.9.2.
Formic acid, formates and of other oxidizing substances not more than 1000 mg/kg, calculated as formic acid 85.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 85.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 85.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 85.9.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 86.
E 263 – calcium acetate 86.1.
Chemical name calcium acetate 86.2.
Einecs number 200-540-9 86.3.
Chemical formula C4H6O4C (anhydrous);
C4H6O4C × H2O (monohydrate) 86.4.
Molecular weight 158.17 (anhydrous); 176.18 (monohydrate) 86.5.
Assay not less than 98% on the anhydrous 86.6.
Looks like calcium acetate anhydrous is a white hygroscopic crystalline substance is very large with a bitter taste, may be a weak vinegar flavor. Monohydrate can be a needle, granular or powder form.
86.7. identity proof: 86.7.1.
pH 6.0 – 9.0 (10% aqueous solution) 86.7.2.
Positive acetate and calcium ion tests 86.8.
Purity criteria: 86.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 11% after drying monohydrate 1550 ° C, to constant weight 86.8.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.3% 86.8.3.
Formic acid, formates and of other oxidizing substances not more than 1000 mg/kg, calculated as formic acid 86.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 86.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 86.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 86.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 87.
E 270 lactic acid – 87.1.
Definition and description of getting lactic acid (C3H6O3) consisting of lactic acid and lactic acid lactate (C6H10O5) mixture. Retrieves the lactic acid fermentation of sugars or during synthesis. Lactic acid is a hygroscopic, and focusing the boiling, it condenses, forming lactic acid, lactate, and digesting, diluting hydrolyze to lactic acid.
87.2. The chemical name lactic acid; 2-hidroksipropionskāb;
1-hidroksietān-1-acid 101.8.
Einecs number 200-018-0 87.4.
Chemical formula C3H6O3 87.5.
Molecular 90.08 87.6.
Assay not less than 76% and not more than 84% 87.7.
Looks like a colorless or yellowish syrupy liquid with almost no aroma and with a sour taste to 87.8.
Identity proof-positive test for lactate, 87.9.
Purity criteria: 87.9.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 87.9.2.
Not more than 0.25% sulfate 87.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% chloride 87.9.4.
Iron not more than 10 mg/kg 87.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 87.9.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 87.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 87.9.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. All rates apply to 80% water solution, aqueous solutions of weaker values should be translated according to the contents of lactic acid.
88. E 280 propionic acid-88.1.
Chemical name propionic acid; propānskāb of 88.2.
Einecs number is 201-176-3 88.3.
Chemical formula C3H6O2 88.4.
Molecular weight 74.08 88.5.
Not less than 99.5% assay 88.6.
Looks like a colourless or slightly yellowish oily liquid with a slightly sharp flavour of 88.7.
Proof of identity: 88.7.1.
Melting point-220 C 88.7.2.
Distillation temperature-C 88.8 142.50 138.5.
Purity criteria: 88.8.1.
Non-volatile residue not more than 0.01% after drying, 1400 ° C, to constant weight 88.8.2.
Not more than 0.1% aldehydes, calculated as formaldehyde 88.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 88.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 88.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 88.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 89.
(E) 281-sodium propionate 89.1.
Chemical name sodium propionate; sodium 89.2 propanāt.
Einecs 205-290-4 89.3.
Chemical formula C3H5O2N-89.4.
Molecular weight 96.06 89.5.
Not less than 99% of the parent after drying for two hours at 1050 ° C 55.7.
Looks like a White crystalline hygroscopic powder 55.7.
Proof of identity: 89.7.1.
pH 7.5-10.5 (10% aqueous solution) 89.7.2.
Positive propionate and sodium ion tests 89.8.
Purity criteria: 89.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 4% (1050 C, 2 h) 89.8.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.1% 89.8.3.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg 89.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 89.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 89.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 89.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 90.
(E) 282-Calcium propionate 90.1.
Chemical name Calcium propionate 90.2.
Einecs 223-795-8 90.3.
Chemical formula C6H10O4C of 90.4.
Molecular weight 186.22 90.5.
Not less than 99% of the parent after drying for two hours at 1050 ° C 56.3.
Looks like a White crystalline powder 56.4.
Proof of identity: 90.7.1.
pH 6.0 – 9.0 (10% aqueous solution) 90.7.2.
Positive propionate and calcium ion tests 90.8.
Purity criteria: 90.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 4% (1050 C, 2 h) 90.8.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.3% 90.8.3.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg 90.8.4.

Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 90.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 90.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 90.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 90.8.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 91.
E 283-potassium propionate 91.1.
Potassium propionate chemical name; potassium propanāt 91.2.
Einecs number 206-323-5 91.3.
Chemical formula C3H5O2K 91.4.
Molecular weight 112.17 56.9.
Not less than 99% of the parent after drying for two hours at 1050 ° C 91.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder 57.0.
Proof of identity-propionate and potassium positive ions tests 91.8.
Purity criteria: 91.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 4% (1050 C, 2 h) 91.8.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.3% 91.8.3.
Iron not more than 30 mg/kg 91.8.4.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 91.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 91.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 91.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 91.8.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 92.
(E) 284-boric acid 57.2.
Synonymous Borakskāb (boracic acid); orthoboric acid (orthoboric acid); borofak (borofax) 92.2.
Einecs number 233-139-2 92.3.
Chemical formula H3BO3 92.4.
Molecular weight 61.84 92.5.
Not less than 99.5% assay 92.6.
Looks like transparent colourless crystals or white granules or powder without flavor; easy greasy (touch). Found in nature as the mineral sasolīn.
92.7. identity proof: 92.7.1.
The melting temperature of about 1710 C 92.7.2.
Burn with bright green flame 92.7.3.
pH 3.8-4.8 (3.3% aqueous solution) 92.8.
Purity criteria: 92.8.1.
Peroxides by adding KI solution, colour does not appear 92.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 92.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 92.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 92.8.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 93.
285 e – Sodium tetraborate (borax) 93.1.
Synonyms Sodium Borate (sodium borat) 93.2.
The chemical name is Sodium tetraborate; sodium biborāt; sodium piroborāt; anhydrous tetraborāt 93.3.
Einecs 215-538-93.4 4.
Chemical formula Na2B4O7; Na2b4o7 × 10h2o 93.5.
Molecular weight 201.27 93.6.
Looks like powder or glassy plate; the air becomes light impermeable to 93.7.
Proof of identity – melting point 171-1750 C (with decomposition) 58.3.
Purity criteria: 93.8.1.
Peroxides by adding KI solution, colour does not appear 93.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 93.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 93.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 93.8.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 94.
(E) 290-carbon dioxide 94.1.
Synonyms for carbon dioxide (carbonic acid gas);
dry ice (solid form) (dry ice, the solid form); carbonic anhydride (carbonic anhydrid) 94.2.
Chemical name carbon dioxide 94.3.
Einecs 204-696-9 94.4.
Chemical formula CO2 94.5.
Molecular 44.01 94.6.
Assay not less than 99% (v/v), calculated for gaseous 94.7.
Looks like a colorless gas under normal conditions with a slightly sharp flavour. Carbon dioxide is stored and transported in liquid form (tubes or large storage systems with increased pressure) or pressed solid forms. Solid (dry ice) usually contains added binders-propylene glycol or mineral oil.
58.9. identity proof-precipitation (precipitation formation) by omitting the sample flow through the barium hydroxide solution, a white precipitate, dissolve in dilute acetic acid, dividing the gas bubbles to 94.9.
Purity criteria: 94.9.1.
Acidity titration of methyl orange in the presence of 50 ml of freshly boiled water, through which izburbuļot for carbon dioxide, 915 ml water should not produce more acid, as shown in 50 ml of freshly boiled water, 1 ml of 0.01 N with added hydrochloric acid 94.9.2.
The reducing substances, phosphine and hydrogen sulfide gas, which izburbuļot 915 ml through 25 ml ammoniacal silver nitrate reagent with added 3 ml of ammonia, this solution should not be muddy or make the black 94.9.3.
Carbon monoxide up to 10 m l/l 94.9.4.
Oil content not more than 0.1 mg/l 95.
E 296 Malic acid-95.1.
The chemical name of DL-Malic acid; hidroksibutāndiskāb; hidroksidzintarskāb of 95.2.
Einecs number 227-022-8 95.3.
Chemical formula C4H6O5 95.4.
Molecular weight 134.09 95.5.
Not less than 99.0% assay 95.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder or granules with a sour taste to 95.7.
Proof of identity: 95.7.1.
The melting temperature of 127-132 ° c 95.7.2.
Positive test for malate 95.7.3.
The solution is optically inactive 95.8.
Purity criteria: 95.8.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 95.8.2.
Not more than 1.0% fumaric acid 95.8.3.
Not more than 0.05% of maleic 95.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 95.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 95.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg, 96.
E 297 fumaric acid-96.1.
The chemical name of trans-Butēndiskāb; TRANS-1.2-etilēndikarbonskāb-96.2.
The Einecs number 203-743-0 96.3.
Chemical formula C4 H4 O4 59.9.
Molecular weight 116.07 96.5.
Assay not less than 99.0% on the anhydrous 96.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder or granules with a characteristic sour taste of 96.7.
Proof of identity: 96.7.1.
Melting point: 302 ° c 286 (fast digesting in capillary added) 96.7.2.
pH 3.0-3.2 (0.05% solution at 25 ° c) 96.7.3.
Positive dikarbonskāb and 1.2-dubultsait tests of 96.8.
Purity criteria: 96.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (120 ° c, 4 h) 96.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 96.8.3.
Not more than 0.1% of maleic 96.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 96.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/96.8.6.
Not more than 1 mg mercury/97.
E 300-Ascorbic acid 97.1.
Chemical name for Ascorbic acid; L-Ascorbic acid;
2.3-didehidr-L-hekson-1.4-Treo-Lactone;
3-L-gulofuranolakton in the cat-97.2.
Einecs number 200-066-2 97.3.
Chemical formula C6H8O6 60.5.
Molecular weight 176.13 97.5.
Not less than 99% of the parent after drying for 24 hours in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 97.6.
Looks like white to light yellow crystalline substance without aroma 97.7.
Proof of identity: 97.7.1.
Melting point 189-193 ° c (with decomposition) 97.7.2.
A positive Ascorbic acid test of 97.8.
Purity criteria: 97.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.4% (vaccum with sulphuric acid in 24 h) 97.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 97.8.3.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+20 °) – (+21 °) (10% w/v aqueous solution) 97.8.4.
pH 2.4-2.8 (2% aqueous solution) 97.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 97.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 97.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 97.8.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 98.
E-sodium ascorbate 301 98.1.
The chemical name is sodium ascorbate; sodium L-ascorbate;
2.3-didehidr-L-hekson-1.4-Treo-Lactone sodium enolāt; 3-cat-L-gulofuranolakton sodium enolāt 98.2.
Einecs 205-126-1 98.3.
Chemical formula of 98.4 C6H7O6N.
Molecular weight 198.11 98.5.
Not less than 99% of the parent after drying in a vaccum with sulphuric acid for 24 hours 98.6.
Looks like a white or almost white crystalline substance without aroma which becomes darker light affects 61.3.
Proof of identity – an ascorbate and sodium ion tests 98.8.
Purity criteria: 98.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.25% after drying under vaccum with sulphuric acid 24 h 98.8.2.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 103) – (+ 106) (10% w/v aqueous solution) 98.8.3.
pH 6.5 – 8.0 (10% aqueous solution) 98.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 98.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 98.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 98.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 99.
302 e-calcium ascorbate 99.1.
Chemical name calcium ascorbate dihydrate; 2.3-didehidr-L-treohekson-1.4-Lactone on calcium salt, dihydrate 99.2.
Einecs number 227-261-5 99.3.
Chemical formula C12H14O12C × 2H2O 99.4.
Molecular weight 426.35 99.5.
Not less than 98% of the parent in the sample, which is exempt from volatile substances 99.6.
Looks like white to light grayish yellow crystalline powder without smell 99.7.
Proof of identity – and ascorbate calcium ion tests 99.8.
Purity criteria: 99.8.1.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 95) – (+ 97) (5% w/v aqueous solution) 99.8.2.
pH 6.0-7.5 (10% aqueous solution) 99.8.3.
Volatile substances not more than 0.3% after drying at room temperature in a desiccator for 24 hours with sulphuric acid or P2O5 99.8.4.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 99.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 99.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 99.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 99.8.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 100.
304 e (I) ASCORBYL PALMITATE 100.1.
Chemical name ASCORBYL PALMITATE; L-ASCORBYL PALMITATE; 2.3-didehidr-L-hekson-1.4-Treo-Lactone-6-palmitate; 6-palmitoil-3-L-gulofuranolakton in the cat-

100.2. Einecs 205-305-4 100.3.
Chemical formula C22H38O7 100.4.
414.55 100.5 MW.
Not less than 98% of the parent of the dried substance 100.6.
Looks like a white or yellowish-white solid with a citrus smell of 100.7.
Proof of identity – melting point 107-1170 C 100.8.
Purity criteria: 100.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (56-600 C, 1 h in a vacuum) 100.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 100.8.3.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 21) – (+ 24) (5% w/v solution) 100.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 100.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 100.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 100.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead (II) 304-101 E Askorbilstearāt 101.1.
Chemical name Askorbilstearāt; L-askorbilstearāt; 2.3-didehidr-L-hekson-1.4-Treo-Lactone-6-stearate; 6-stearoil-3-L-gulofuranolakton in the cat-101.2.
Einecs number 247-944-9 101.3.
Chemical formula C24H42O7 101.4.
Molecular weight 442.6 101.5.
Not less than 98% assay 101.6.
Looks like a white or yellowish solid with a citrus scent 101.7.
Proof of identity-melting temperature of about 1160 C 101.8.
Purity criteria: 101.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (56-600 C, 1 h in a vacuum) 101.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 101.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 101.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 101.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 101.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 102.
E 306 Tocopherol concentrate-102.1.
Definition and description of the taking of the product obtained by distillation of steam vacuum food vegetable oil products containing strong tocopherol and tokotrienol.
Contains d-a-d-b, d-g-d-x and-tocopherol.
102.2. Molecular weight 430.71 (d-a tocopherol) 102.3.
Assay not less than 34% of different tocopherol 102.4.
Looks like a brownish red to red, clear, viscous oil with a mild characteristic odor and taste. Oil can be vaskveid the microcrystalline particles.
102.5. identity proof: 102.5.1.
With a suitable gas-liquid chromatography method 102.5.2.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in ethanol, diethyl ether easily mixes with 102.6.
Purity criteria: 102.6.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 102.6.2.
Specific optical rotation angle of not less than + 200 102.6.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 102.6.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 102.6.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 102.6.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 103.
E 307 alpha-tocopherol-103.1.
Synonyms-a-Tocopherol dl (dl-a-Tocopherol) 103.2.
The chemical name of dl-5, 7,8-Trimetiltokol; DL-2, 5, 7, 8-tetramethyl-2-(4 ', 8 ', 12 '-trimetiltridecil)-6-hromanol of 103.3.
Einecs number 200-412-2 103.4.
Chemical formula C29H50O2 103.5.
Molecular weight 430.71 103.6.
Not less than 96% assay 103.7.
Looks like a Yellowish to Amber clear, viscous oil with almost no aroma in the air or light oxidizes and becomes dark 103.8.
Proof of identity: 103.8.1.
Absorption spectrometry maximum in absolute ethanol solution of about 292 nm at 103.8.2.
Solubility insoluble in water, easily soluble in ethanol, diethyl ether mixes with 103.9.
Purity criteria: 103.9.1.
Refractive index = 1.503 1.507-103.9.2.
Spectrometry = 72-76 (0.01 g of substance at 292 nm solution 200 ml of absolute ethanol) 103.9.3.
Specific optical rotation angle = 0 ° ± 0.050 (of the chloroform solution 1/10) 103.9.4.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 103.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 103.9.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 103.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 103.9.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 104.
308 e-Gamma-tocopherol 104.1.
Synonyms-g-tocopherol dl (dl-g-Tocopherol) 104.2.
Chemical name 2, 7, 8,-trimethyl-2-(4 ', 8 ', 12 '-trimetiltridecil)-6-hromanol to 104.3.
Einecs 231-523-4 104.4.
Chemical formula C28H48O2 104.5.
Molecular weight 416.69 104.6.
Assay not less than 97% 104.7.
Looks like pale yellow clear viscous oil which oxidizes in air or light and dark of 104.8.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum absolute ethanol solution at approximately 298 nm and 257 nm 104.9.
Purity criteria: 104.9.1.
Spectrometry = 91-97 (at 298 nm ethanol solution) = 5.0-8.0 (at 257 nm ethanol solution) 104.9.2.
Refractive index = 1.503 1.507-104.9.3.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 104.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 104.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 104.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 104.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 105.
309 e-Delta-tocopherol 105.1.
Chemical name 2.8-dimethyl-2-(4 ', 8 ', 12 '-trimetiltridecil)-6-hromanol 105.2.
Einecs 204-299-0 105.3.
Chemical formula C27H46O2 105.4.
Molecular weight 402.7 105.5.
Assay not less than 97% 105.6.
Looks like a pale yellowish or orange clear, viscous oil which oxidizes in air or light and dark was 105.7.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum absolute ethanol solution at approximately 298 nm and 257 nm 105.8.
Purity criteria: 105.8.1.
Spectrometry = 89-95 (at 298 nm ethanol solution) = 3.0 – 6.0 (at 257 nm ethanol solution) 105.8.2.
Refractive index = 1.500-1.504 105.8.3.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 105.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 105.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 105.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 105.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 106.
E-Propilgallāt 310 106.1.
Chemical name Propilgallāt; gallusskāb-propyl ester;
3, 4, 5-trihidroksibenzoskāb n-propyl ester of 106.2.
The Einecs number 203-498-2 106.3.
Chemical formula C10H12O5 106.4.
Molecular weight 212.20 106.5.
Assay not less than 98% on the anhydrous 106.6.
Looks like white to creamy-white crystalline substance without aroma 106.7.
Proof of identity: 106.7.1.
Solubility tests poorly soluble in water, easily soluble in ethanol, diethyl ether and propane-1.2-diol in 106.7.2.
Melting point 1500 C 146 – four hours after drying, 1100 ° C, 106.8.
Purity criteria: 106.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1.0% (1100 C, 4 h) 106.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 106.8.3.
Free acid, not more than 0.5%, calculated as the 106.8.4 gallusskāb.
Chlorinated organic compounds not more than 100 mg/kg, calculated as chlorine 106.8.5.
Spectrometry = 485-520 (at 275 nm ethanol solution) 106.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 106.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 106.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 106.8.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 107.
E 311 – Oktilgallāt 107.1.
Chemical name Oktilgallāt; oktilester of gallusskāb;
3, 4, 5-trihidroksibenzoskāb n-oktilester was 107.2.
Einecs number 305-853-0 107.3.
Chemical formula C15H22O5 107.4.
Molecular weight 282.34 107.5.
Not less than 98% of the parent after drying for six hours at 900 C for 107.6.
Looks like white to creamy-white solid substance without aroma 107.7.
Proof of identity: 107.7.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, easily soluble in ethanol, diethyl ether and propane-1.2-diol in 107.7.2.
The melting temperature of 99-1020 C after drying for six hours at 900 ° C, 107.8.
Purity criteria: 107.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (900 C, 6 h) 107.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% 107.8.3.
Free acid, not more than 0.5%, calculated as the 107.8.4 gallusskāb.
Chlorinated organic compounds not more than 100 mg/kg, calculated as chlorine 107.8.5.
Spectrometry = 375-390 (near 275 nm ethanol solution) 107.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 107.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 107.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 107.8.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 108.
E 312 – Dodecilgallāt 108.1.
Synonymous Laurilgallāt (lauryl gallat) 108.2.
Chemical name Dodecilgallāt; dodecilester of gallusskāb;
3, 4, 5-n-dodecil-trihidroksibenzoskāb (or Lauryl-) ester 108.3.
Einecs 214-783-6 108.4.
Chemical formula C19H30O5 108.5.
Molecular weight 338.45 108.6.
Not less than 98% of the parent after drying for six hours at 900 c. 108.7.
Looks like white to creamy-white solid substance without aroma 108.8.
Proof of identity: 108.8.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, easily soluble in ethanol and diethyl ether at 108.8.2.
Melting point 95-980 C after drying for six hours at 900 c. 108.9.
Purity criteria: 108.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (900 C, 6 h) 108.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% 108.9.3.
Free acid, not more than 0.5%, calculated as the 108.9.4 gallusskāb.
Chlorinated organic compounds not more than 100 mg/kg, calculated as chlorine 108.9.5.
Spectrometry = 300-325 (at 275 nm ethanol solution) 108.9.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg

108.9.7. lead not more than 10 mg/kg 108.9.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 108.9.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 109.
E 315 erythorbic acid-109.1.
Synonymous Izoaskorbīnskāb (isoascorbic acid);
(D)-araboaskorbīnskāb (D-araboascorbic acid) 109.2.
Chemical name Izoaskorbīnskāb; D-izoaskorbīnskāb;
D-the-heck eritr-2-ēnskāb g-lactones of 109.3.
Einecs 201-668-0 109.4.
Chemical formula C6H8O6 109.5.
Molecular weight 176.13 109.6.
Assay not less than 98% on the anhydrous 109.7.
Looks like a white to pale yellow crystalline solid which darkens gradually in the light of 109.8.
Proof of identity: 109.8.1.
Melting point 164-1720 C (with decomposition) 109.8.2.
A positive Ascorbic acid color reaction of 109.9.
Purity criteria: 109.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.4% after drying under vacuum for three hours on a silica gel 109.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.3% 109.9.3.
Specific optical rotation angle = (16,50) – (-18.00) (10% w/v aqueous solution) 109.9.4.
Oxalate to 1 g of the sample solution 10 ml of water, add 2 drops of glacial acetic acid and 5 ml of 10% calcium acetate solution. The solution must remain clear.
109.9.5. Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 109.9.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 109.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 109.9.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 110.
E 316 sodium eritorbāt-110.1.
The chemical name is sodium izoaskorbāt; D-izoaskorbīnskāb acid, sodium salt; 2.3-didehidr-D-eritrohekson-1.4-Lactone sodium salt; 3-cat-D-gulofurānolakton enolāt monohydrate sodium was 110.2.
Einecs 228-973-9 110.3.
Chemical formula H2O 110.4 × C6H7O6N.
Molecular weight 216.13 110.5.
Not less than 98% of the parent after drying for 24 hours in a vaccum with sulphuric acid, calculated as the monohydrate 110.6.
Looks like a white crystalline solid 110.7.
Proof of identity: 110.7.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, very soluble in ethanol 110.7.2 bad.
A positive Ascorbic acid reaction of 110.7.3 colors.
Positive test for sodium ion 110.8.
Purity criteria: 110.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.25% after drying for 24 hours in a vaccum with sulphuric acid 110.8.2.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 950) – (+ 980) (10% w/v aqueous solution) 110.8.3.
pH 5.5-8.0 (10% aqueous solution) 110.8.4.
Oxalate to 1 g of the sample solution 10 ml of water, add 2 drops of glacial acetic acid and 5 ml of 10% calcium acetate solution. The solution must remain clear.
110.8.5. Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 110.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 110.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 110.8.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 111.
Butylated hydroxyanisole a 320-e (BH) 111.1.
Synonyms BHA 111.2.
The chemical name is 3-Tert-butyl-4-hydroxyanisole; 2-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyanisole and 3-tertiary-butyl-4-hydroxyanisole a mixture of 111.3.
Einecs number 246-563-8 111.4.
Chemical formula C11H16O2 111.5.
Molecular weight 180.25 111.6.
Not less than 98.5% of the parent as a mixture and not less than 85% of 3-tertiary-butyl-4-hydroxyanisole of 111.7.
Looks like a White to slightly yellow crystals or vaskveid hard substance with a slightly aromatic smell of 111.8.
Proof of identity: 111.8.1.
Solubility insoluble in water 111.8.2.
Melting temperature 48-630 C 111.9.
Purity criteria: 111.9.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% after calcination at 800 ± 0 ° C of 111.9.2.
Not more than 0.5% phenol 111.9.3.
Spectrometry = 190-210 (at 290 nm ethanol solution) = 326-345 (at 228 nm ethanol solution) 111.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 111.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 111.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 112.
321-Butylated hidroksitoluol in e (BHT) 112.1.
Synonyms BHT 112.2.
Chemical name 2.6-Di-tert-butyl-p-cresol; 4-methyl-2.6-di-tert-butilfenol 112.3.
Einecs number 203-881-4 112.4.
Chemical formula C15H24 the 112.5.
Molecular weight 220.36 112.6.
Not less than 99% assay 112.7.
Looks like a white crystalline solid of plākšņveid or without aroma or with weak smell of aromatic 112.8.
Proof of identity: 112.8.1.
The absorption maximum of 320 nm range from 230 to 2 cm thick layer absorption maximum only at 278 nm (absolute ethanol solution to 1/100,000) 112.8.2.
Solubility insoluble in water and propane-1.2-diol, well soluble in ethanol 112.8.3.
Melting point 700 C 112.9.
Purity criteria: 112.9.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) no more than 0.005% 112.9.2.
Not more than 0.5% phenol 112.9.3.
Spectrometry = 81-88 (278 nm ethanol solution) 112.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 112.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 112.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 112.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 113.
322 e-Lecithin to 113.1.
Synonymous Fosfatīd (phosphatid); phospholipids (phospholipid) 113.2.
Definition of Lecithin is a mixture of fosfatīd or fraction obtained from vegetable or animal food products with physical methods. They can also be hydrolyzed products obtained by using a harmless and suitable enzymes. Products may show residues of the enzyme activity. Lecithin-water environment can be atkrās with hydrogen peroxide. This oxidation may not be chemically modified lecithin fosfatīd.
113.3. Einecs 232-307-2 113.4.
Assay not less than 60.0% of substances insoluble in acetone (lecithin); 56.0%, no less than of substances insoluble in acetone (hydrolysed lecithin) 113.5.
Looks like a brown liquid or viscous semi-liquid substance or powder (lecithin); light brown to Brown viscous liquid substance or mail (hydrolysed lecithin) 113.6.
Proof of identity: 113.6.1.
Positive choline, phosphorus and fatty acid tests 113.6.2.
Hydrolyzed lecithin test 800 ml graduated flask 500 ml water (30-350 C). Stirring constantly, slowly add 50 ml of the sample. Hydrolyzed lecithin creates a homogeneous emulsion. Not hydrolysed lecithin make up approximately 50 g of the substance that separates from the emulsion.
113.7. Purity criteria: 113.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (1050 C, 1 h) 113.7.2.
Toluene insoluble substances not more than 0.3% 113.7.3.
Acid number no more than 35 mg/l potassium hydroxide (lecithin); no more than 45 mg/g of potassium hydroxide (hydrolysed lecithin) 113.7.4.
Peroxide number no more than 10 113.7.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 113.7.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 113.7.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 113.7.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 114.
E 325 Sodium lactate-114.1.
Chemical name Sodium lactate; sodium 2-hidroksipropionāt 114.2.
Einecs number 200-772-0 114.3.
Chemical formula C3H5NaO3 114.4.
Molecular weight 112.06 (anhydrous) 114.5.
Assay not less than 57% and not more than 66% 114.6.
Looks like a colorless transparent liquid without smell or with weak characteristic odour 114.7.
Proof of identity: 114.7.1.
Positive test for lactate 114.7.2.
Positive test for potassium ion 114.8.
Purity criteria: 114.8.1.
Not more than 0.5% acidity dried substance calculated as lactic acid 114.8.2.
pH 6.5-7.5 (20% aqueous solution) 114.8.3.
The reducing agents reduce the fehling's solution Not 114.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 114.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 114.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 114.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. All rates apply to 60% water solution.
115. (E) 326-Potassium lactate 115.1.
Chemical name Potassium lactate; potassium 2-hidroksipropionāt 115.2.
Einecs 215-631-3 115.3.
Chemical formula C3H5O3K 115.4.
Molecular weight 128.17 (anhydrous) 115.5.
Assay not less than 57% and not more than 66% 115.6.
Looks like a slightly viscous clear liquid without aroma or almost with a weak characteristic odour 115.7.
Proof of identity: 115.7.1.
Combustion burning potassium lactate combustion. Ashes are alkaline, and by adding acid, rapidly released gas 115.7.2.
Color reaction Poured 2 ml of potassium lactate solution to 5 ml pirokatehīn solution (1:100) sulphuric acid. At contact layers appear dark red colour.
115.7.3. Positive potassium ions and lactate tests 115.8.
Purity criteria: 115.8.1.
Acidity dissolve 1 g of potassium lactate solution 20 ml of water, add 3 drops of phenolphthalein and Titrate with the 0.1 N TS sodium hydroxide. You need no more than 0.2 ml of titrant.
115.8.2. The reducing substances Not permitted reduction of the fehling's solution with potassium lactate solution 115.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 115.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 115.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 115.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. All rates apply to 60% water solution.
116. (E) 327-Calcium lactate 116.1.
Chemical name calcium dilaktāt; the hydrate of calcium dilaktāt;
2-hidroksipropionskāb calcium salt of 116.2.
Einecs 212-406-7 116.3.
Chemical formula

(C3H5O2) 2 c × nH2 (n = 0 to 5) 116.4.
Molecular weight 218.22 (anhydrous) 116.5.
Assay not less than 98% on the anhydrous 116.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder or granules with almost no aroma 116.7.
Proof of identity: 116.7.1.
Solubility soluble in water and ethanol, practically insoluble in 116.7.2.
Positive ions and calcium lactate tests 116.8.
Purity criteria: 116.8.1.
Loss on drying After four hours of drying temperature of 1200: not more than 3.0% on the anhydrous basis not more than 8.0% of the substance with water molecule 1, 0.0% maximum substance with 3 molecules of water, with a maximum of 27.0% of the substance with water molecules 116.8.2 4.5.
Not more than 0.5% acidity dried substance calculated as lactic acid 116.8.3.
The reducing substances Not permitted reduction of the solution with the Feling of calcium lactate 116.8.4.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 116.8.5.
pH 6.0 – 8.0 (5% solution) 116.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 116.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 116.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 116.8.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 117.
E 330 citric acid-117.1.
Chemical name citric acid; 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propāntrikarbonskāb; b-hidroksitrikarbalītskāb-117.2.
Einecs number is 201-069-1 117.3.
Chemical formula C6H8O7 (anhydrous);
C6h8o7 × H2O (monohydrate) 117.4.
Molecular weight 192.13 (anhydrous); 210.15 (monohydrate) 117.5.
Not less than 99.5% assay anhydrous 117.6.
Looks like a colourless or white crystalline substance with strong acid flavor. Monohydrate in dry air loses water of crystallization.
proof of identity-117.7. solubility of very well soluble in water, soluble in ethanol, good soluble in diethyl ether 117.8.
Purity criteria: 117.8.1.
Not more than 0.5% water in anhydrous, monohydrate not more than 8.8% (Karl Fischer) 117.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05% after calcination at 800 ± 250 C 117.8.3.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 117.8.4.
Easy karbonizējoš substances heated 1 g powdered sample with 10 ml of 98% sulphuric acid in a water bath at 900 ° C in the dark for one hour. May be painted, not darker than light brown.
117.8.5. Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 117.8.6.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 117.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 117.8.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead 118.
E 331 (I) – Monosodium citrate 118.1.
Synonymous with the primary sodium acid citrate (monobasic sodium Xeloda) 118.2.
Chemical name Monosodium citrate; 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propāntrikarbonskāb monosodium salt 118.3.
Chemical formula C6H7O7N (anhydrous);
C6H7O7N × H2O (monohydrate) 118.4.
Molecular weight 214.11 (anhydrous); 232.23 (monohydrate) 118.5.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 118.6.
Looks like a crystalline white powder or colourless crystals 118.7.
Proof of identity-positive citrate and sodium ion tests 118.8.
Purity criteria: 118.8.1.
Loss on drying the drying After four hours: 1800 ° C not more than 1.0% anhydrous, monohydrate not more than 8.8% to 118.8.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 118.8.3.
pH 3.5 – 3.8 (1% water solution) 118.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 118.8.5.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 118.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 118.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 119.
(E) (II) 331-disodium citrate 119.1.
Synonyms sodium citrate for acid Secondary (dibasic sodium Xeloda) 119.2.
Chemical name disodium citrate; 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propāntrikarbonskāb acid disodium salt; disodium salt of citric acid with the molecular water 1.5 119.3.
Einecs 205-623-3 119.4.
Chemical formula C6H6O7Na2 × 1, 5H2O 119.5.
Molecular weight 263.11 119.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 119.7.
Looks like a crystalline white powder or colourless crystals 119.8.
Proof of identity-positive citrate and sodium ion tests 119.9.
Purity criteria: 119.9.1.
Loss on drying up to 13.0% (1800 C, 4 h) 119.9.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 119.9.3.
4.9-5.2 pH (1% water solution) 119.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 119.9.5.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 119.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 119.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead 120.
E 331 (iii) Trisodium citrate 120.1.
Synonyms sodium citrate tertiary acid (tribasic sodium Xeloda) 120.2.
Chemical name Trisodium citrate; 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propāntrikarbonskāb acid trisodium salt; citric acid trisodium salt dihydrate or anhydrous, pentahydrate form 120.3.
Einecs number 200-675-3 120.4.
Chemical formula C6H5O7Na3 (anhydrous);
C6H5O7Na3 × nH2 (hydrates, n = 2 or 5) 120.5.
Molecular weight 258.07 (anhydrous) 120.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 120.7.
Looks like a crystalline white powder or colourless crystals are 120.8.
Proof of identity-positive citrate and sodium ion tests 120.9.
Purity criteria: 120.9.1.
Loss on drying the drying After four hours: 1800 ° C not more than 1.0% on the anhydrous basis not more than 13.5%, dihydrate not more than 30.3%, to 120.9.2 pentahydrate.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 120.9.3.
pH 7.5-9.0 (5% aqueous solution) 120.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 120.9.5.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 120.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 120.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead 121.
(E) (I) 332-Monopotassium citrate 121.1.
Primary synonyms potassium acid citrate (monobasic potassi of Xeloda) 121.2.
Chemical name Monopotassium citrate; 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propāntrikarbonskāb-monopotassium salt; monopotassium salt of citric acid (anhydrous) 121.3.
Einecs 212-753-4 121.4.
Chemical formula C6H7O7K 121.5.
Molecular weight 230.21 121.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 121.7.
Looks like a white hygroscopic powder or grain transparent crystals 121.8.
Proof of identity-positive citrate and potassium ion tests 121.9.
Purity criteria: 121.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1.0% (1800 C, 4 h) 121.9.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 121.9.3.
pH 3.5 – 3.8 (1% water solution) 121.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 121.9.5.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 121.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 121.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead 122.
(E) (II) 332-Tripotassium citrate 122.1.
Synonyms tertiary potassium acid citrate (tribasic potassi of Xeloda) 122.2.
Chemical name Tripotassium citrate; 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propāntrikarbonskāb acid tripotassium salt; citric acid monohydrate salt, tripotassium 122.3.
Einecs 212-755-5 122.4.
Chemical formula C6H5O7K3 x H2O 122.5.
Molecular weight 324.42 122.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 122.
Looks like a white hygroscopic powder or grain transparent crystals 122.8.
Proof of identity-positive citrate and potassium ion tests 122.9.
Purity criteria: 122.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 6.0% (1800 C, 4 h) 122.9.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 122.9.3.
pH 7.5-9.0 (5% aqueous solution) 122.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 122.9.5.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 122.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 122.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead 123.
333 e (I) Monocalcium citrate 123.1.
Synonymous with the primary calcium acid citrate (monobasic calcium Xeloda) 123.2.
Chemical name Monocalcium citrate; 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propāntrikarbonskāb of the monocalcium salt; monocalcium salt of citric acid, monohydrate 123.3.
Chemical formula (C6H7O7) 2 c × H2O 123.4.
Molecular weight 440.32 123.5.
Assay not less than 97.5% on the anhydrous 123.6.
Looks like a Fine white powder in 123.7.
Proof of identity-positive citrate and calcium ion tests 123.8.
Purity criteria: 123.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 7.0% (1800 C, 4 h) 123.8.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 123.8.3.
3.2-3.5 pH (1% water solution) 123.8.4.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 123.8.5.
Carbonate 1 g calcium citrate solution 10 ml of 2 N hydrochloric acid must not cause more than a few individual bubble formation 123.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 123.8.7.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 123.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 123.8.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead 124.
(E) (II) 333-Dicalcium citrate 124.1.
Synonyms of the Secondary calcium acid citrate (dibasic calcium Xeloda) 124.2.
Chemical name

Dicalcium citrate; 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propāntrikarbonskāb acid di-calcium salt; citric acid di-calcium salt, trihydrate 124.3.
Chemical formula (C6H7O7) 2Ca2 × 3 H2O 124.4.
Molecular weight 530.42 124.5.
Assay not less than 97.5% on the anhydrous 124.6.
Looks like a fine white powder 124.7.
Proof of identity-positive citrate and calcium ion tests 124.8.
Purity criteria: 124.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 20.0% (1800 C, 4 h) 124.8.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 124.8.3.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 124.8.4.
Carbonate 1 g calcium citrate solution 10 ml of 2 N hydrochloric acid must not cause more than a few individual bubble formation 124.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 124.8.6.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 124.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 124.8.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead 125.
(E) (iii) 333-Tricalcium citrate 125.1.
Synonyms tertiary acid calcium citrate (tribasic calcium Xeloda) 125.2.
The chemical name for Tricalcium citrate; 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propāntrikarbonskāb-tricalcium salt; citric acid salt, tricalcium tetrahidrāt of 125.3.
Einecs 212-391-7 125.4.
Chemical formula (C6H6O7) 2Ca3 × 4h2o 125.5.
Molecular weight 570.51 125.6.
Assay not less than 97.5% on the anhydrous 125.7.
Looks like a fine white powder 125.8.
Proof of identity-positive citrate and calcium ion tests 125.9.
Purity criteria: 125.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 14.0% (1800 C, 4 h) 125.9.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 125.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 125.9.4.
Carbonate 1 g calcium citrate solution 10 ml of 2 N hydrochloric acid must not cause more than a few individual bubble formation 125.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 125.9.6.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 125.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 125.9.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead 126.
334 e-L (+)-tartaric acid 126.1.
Chemical name L-tartaric acid; L-2.3-dihidroksibutāndiskāb;
d-a, b-dihidroksidzintarskāb-126.2.
Einecs number is 201-766-0 126.3.
Chemical formula C4H6O6 126.4.
Molecular weight 150.09 126.5.
Not less than 99.5% assay anhydrous 126.6.
Looks like a colourless or transparent crystalline substance or white crystalline powder 126.7.
Proof of identity: 126.7.1.
Melting point 126.7.2.168-1700 C
Positive test for tartrate 126.8.
Purity criteria: 126.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (3 h over P2O5) 126.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 1000 mg/kg after calcination 800 ± 250 ° C, 126.8.3.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 11.5) – (+ 13.50) (20% w/v aqueous solution) 126.8.4.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 126.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 126.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 126.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 126.8.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 127.
(E) (I) 335-Monosodium tartrate 127.1.
Synonyms of L (+)-tartaric acid monosodium salt (monosodi of salt of L (+)-acid tartarica) 127.2.
Chemical name L-2.3-dihidroksibutāndiskāb monosodium salt;
L (+)-tartaric acid monosodium salt, monohydrate 127.3.
Chemical formula C4H5O6N × H2O 127.4.
Molecular 194.05 127.5.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 127.6.
Looks like transparent colourless crystals 127.7.
Proof of identity – the positive ion and sodium tartrate tests 127.8.
Purity criteria: 127.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 10.0% (1050 C, 4 h) 127.8.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 127.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 127.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 127.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 127.8.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 128.
(E) (II) 335-disodium tartrate 128.1.
Chemical name disodium L-tartrate; disodium (+)-tartrate;
(+)-2.3-dihidroksibutāndiskāb acid disodium salt;
L (+)-tartaric acid disodium salt, dihydrate 128.2.
Einecs number 217-773-3 128.3.
Chemical formula C4H4O6Na2 x 2H2O 128.4.
Molecular weight 230.8 128.5.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 128.6.
Looks like transparent colourless crystals 128.7.
Proof of identity: 128.7.1.
Positive tartrate and sodium ion in the 128.7.2 test.
Solubility soluble in 1 g 3 ml of water. Insoluble in ethanol.
128.8. Purity criteria: 128.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 17.0% (1500 C, 4 h) 128.8.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 128.8.3.
pH 7.0-7.5 (1% water solution) 128.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 128.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 128.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 128.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 129.
(E) (I) 336-Monopotassium tartrate 129.1.
Synonyms Elemental potassium tartrate (monobasic potassi Forum tartrat) 129.2.
Chemical name L-(+)-tartaric acid monopotassium salt (anhydrous);
L-2.3-dihidroksibutāndiskāb-monopotassium salt 129.3.
Chemical formula C4H5O6K 129.4.
Molecular weight 188.16 129.5.
Assay not less than 98% on the anhydrous 129.6.
Looks like a White crystalline or grainy powder 129.7.
Proof of identity: 129.7.1.
Positive tartrate and potassium ion in 129.7.2 test.
The melting temperature of 2300 C 129.8.
Purity criteria: 129.8.1.
3.4 pH (1% water solution) 129.8.2.
Loss on drying not more than 1.0% (1050 C, 4 h) 129.8.3.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 129.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 129.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 129.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 129.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 130 E 336 (II) Dipotassium tartrate 130.1.
Synonyms potassium tartrate Secondary (dibasic potassi Forum tartrat) 130.2.
Chemical name L-2.3-dihidroksibutāndiskāb acid DIPOTASSIUM salt;
L (+)-tartaric acid DIPOTASSIUM salt with ½ of water molecule 130.3.
Einecs 213-067-8 130.4.
Chemical formula C4H4O6K2 × ½ H2O 130.5.
Molecular 235.2 130.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 130.7.
Looks like a White crystalline or grainy powder 130.8.
Proof of identity-tartrate and potassium positive ions tests 130.9.
Purity criteria: 130.9.1.
pH 7.0-9.0 (1% water solution) 130.9.2.
Loss on drying not more than 4.0% (1500 C, 4 h) 130.9.3.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 130.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 130.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 130.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 130.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 131.
(E) 337-potassium sodium tartrate 131.1.
Synonyms potassium sodium L (+)-tartrate (potassi for sodium L (+)-tartrat); Rochelle salt (Rochelle salt);
Rochelle salt (Seignett Island) 131.2.
Chemical name L-2.3-dihidroksibutāndiskāb of potassium sodium salt;
L (+)-tartaric acid potassium sodium 131.3.
Einecs number 206-156-8 131.4.
Chemical formula C4H4O6KN × 4h2o 131.5.
Molecular weight 282.23 131.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 131.7.
Looks like a colourless crystals or white crystalline powder 131.8.
Proof of identity: 131.8.1.
Positive tartrate, sodium and potassium ion in the 131.8.2 test.
The solubility of 1 g soluble in 1 ml of water, insoluble in ethanol.
131.8.3. Melting temperature 70-800 C 131.9.
Purity criteria: 131.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 26.0% and not less than 21.0% (1500 C, 3 h) 131.9.2.
Oxalate no more than 100 mg/kg in the dry matter, calculated as oxalic acid 131.9.3.
pH 6.5 – 8.5 (1% water solution) 131.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 131.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 131.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 131.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 132.
E 338 phosphoric acid-132.1.
Synonyms orthophosphoric acid (orthophosphoric acid); monofosforskāb (monophosphoric acid) 132.2.
Chemical name phosphoric acid 132.3.
Einecs 231-633-2 132.4.
Chemical formula H3PO4 132.5.
Molecular weight 132.6 98.00.
Assay phosphoric acid is available in trade as concentrations in aqueous solution containing not less than 67% and not more than 85.7% 132.7 assay.
Looks like a clear colourless viscous liquid 132.8.
Identity proof-positive tests for acid and phosphate 132.9.
Purity criteria: 132.9.1.
Volatile acid of not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as acetic acid 132.9.2.
Not more than 200 mg chloride/kg, calculated as chlorine 132.9.3.
Nitrates are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as NaNO3 132.9.4.
Sulphate no more than 1500 mg/kg, calculated as CaSO4 132.9.5.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 132.9.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 132.9.7.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 132.9.8.
Mercury

Not more than 1 mg/kg 132.9.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg note. All rates subject to a 75% water solution.
133. E 339 (I) monosodium phosphate 133.1.
Monosodium monophosphate synonyms (monosodi of monophosphat); acid monosodium monophosphate (acid monosodi of monophosphat); Monosodium orthophosphate (monosodi of orthophosphat); primary sodium phosphate (monobasic sodium phosphate) 133.2.
The chemical name is sodium dihidrogēnmonofosfāt 133.3.
Einecs 231-449-2 133.4.
Chemical formula NaH2PO4 (anhydrous);
NaH2PO4 × H2O (monohydrate);
NaH2PO4 × 2H2O (dihydrate) 133.5.
Molecular weight 119.98 (anhydrous); 138.00 (monohydrate);
156.01 (dihydrate) 133.6.
Assay not less than 97% after drying one hour 600 C and 1050 ° C for four hours in 133.7.
Looks like a little White hygroscopic powder, crystals or granules without aroma 133.8.
Proof of identity: 133.8.1.
The positive sodium ions and phosphate tests 133.8.2.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol, diethyl ether and chloroform in 133.8.3.
P2O5-60.0% 58.0 133.9.
Purity criteria: 133.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (anhydrous), not more than 15.0% (monohydrate), not more than 25% (dihydrate) after drying one hour 600 C and 1050 ° C for four hours in the 133.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% on the anhydrous 133.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 133.9.4.
4.1-5.0 pH (1% water solution) 133.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 133.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 133.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 133.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg/134.
E 339 (II) disodium phosphate 134.1.
Synonyms disodium monophosphate (disodi of monophosphat); secondary sodium phosphate (secondary sodium phosphate); disodium orthophosphate (disodi of orthophosphat); acid disodium phosphate (acid phosphate of disodi) 134.2.
Chemical name disodium hidrogēnmonofosfāt;
disodium hydrogenorthophosphate 134.3.
Einecs 231-448-7 134.4.
Chemical formula Na2HPO4 (anhydrous);
Na2hpo4 × nH2 (n = 2, 7 or 12, hydrate) 134.5.
Molecular weight 141.98 (anhydrous) 134.6.
Not less than 98% of the parent after drying 400 C and three hours to five hours 1050 C 134.7.
Looks like anhydrous disodium phosphate is a white hygroscopic powder without flavor. Hydrated forms are: white crystalline, dihydrate – substance without aroma; heptahydrate and dodecahydrate: white crystals or granular powder without flavor, warm air loses water of crystallization 134.8.
Proof of identity: 134.8.1.
The positive sodium ions and phosphate tests 134.8.2.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 134.8.3.
P2O5 49-51% on the anhydrous 134.9.
Purity criteria: 134.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 5.0% (anhydrous), not more than 22.0% (dihydrate), not more than 50.0% (heptahydrate) and not more than 61.0% (dodecahydrate) after drying 400 C and three hours to five hours 1050 C 134.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% (anhydrous) 134.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 134.9.4.
9.6 8.4-pH (1% water solution) 134.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 134.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 134.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 134.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 135.
E 339 (iii) Trisodium phosphate 135.1.
Synonyms sodium phosphate (sodium phosphate);
tertiary sodium phosphate (tribasic sodium phosphate); trisodium orthophosphate (trisodi for orthophosphat) 135.2.
The chemical name of trisodium monophosphate; trisodium phosphate;
trisodium orthophosphate to 135.3.
Einecs 231-509-8 135.4.
Chemical formula Na3PO4 (anhydrous);
Na3PO4 × nH2 (hydrates, n = 0.5, 1, 6, 8, 10 or 12) 135.5.
Molecular weight 163.94 (anhydrous) 135.6.
Not less than 97.0% basic substance dried substance (anhydrous and monohydrate, hemihidrāt), not less than 92.0% calcined substance (dodecahydrate) 135.7.
Looks like white crystals, granules or crystalline powder without flavor. Hydrated forms are Hemi-, Mono-, Hexa-, deca-,-okt and the dodecahydrate. Dodecahydrate contains sodium hydroxide molecule ¼ 135.8.
Proof of identity: 135.8.1.
The positive sodium ions and phosphate tests 135.8.2.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 135.8.3.
P2O5 40.5-43.5% anhydrous 135.9.
Purity criteria: 135.9.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 2.0% (anhydrous), not more than 11.0% (monohydrate)-58.0 45.0% (dodecahydrate) two hours after drying, 1200 ° C and 30 min after the calcination of approximately 8000 C 135.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% on the anhydrous 135.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 135.9.4.
11.5-12.5 pH (1% water solution) 135.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 135.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 135.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 135.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 136.
E 340 (I) monopotassium phosphate 136.1.
Synonyms potassium Primary phosphate (monobasic phosphate potassi Forum); monopotassium monophosphate (monopotassi of monophosphat); potassium acid phosphate (phosphate potassi of acid); potassium orthophosphate (orthophosphat of potassi) 136.2.
The chemical name for potassium dihydrogen phosphate; monopotassium dihidrogēnortofosfāt; monopotassium dihidrogēnmonofosfāt 136.3.
Einecs 231-913-4 136.4.
Chemical formula KH2PO4 136.5.
Molecular weight 136.09 136.6.
Not less than 98.0% assay after four hours of drying temperature of 1050 136.7.
Looks like a colourless crystals or white granular or crystalline hygroscopic powder without flavor 136.8.
Proof of identity: 136.8.1.
Positive ion of potassium and phosphate in the 136.8.2 test.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 136.8.3.
51.0 53.0% P2O5-136.9.
Purity criteria: 136.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (1050 C, 4 h) 136.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% on the anhydrous 136.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 136.9.4.
4.2 4.8-pH (1% water solution) 136.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 136.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 136.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 136.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg/137.
E 340 (II) Dipotassium phosphate-137.1.
DIPOTASSIUM monophosphate synonyms (dipotassi of monophosphat); secondary potassium phosphate (secondary potassi of phosphate); acid DIPOTASSIUM phosphate (dipotassi of acid phosphate); DIPOTASSIUM orthophosphate (dipotassi of orthophosphat); secondary potassium phosphate (dibasic phosphate of potassi) 137.2.
Chemical name DIPOTASSIUM hidrogēnmonofosfāt; DIPOTASSIUM PHOSPHATE; DIPOTASSIUM hydrogenorthophosphate 137.3.
Einecs 231-834-5 137.4.
Chemical formula K2HPO4 137.5.
Molecular weight 174.18 137.6.
Not less than 98% of the parent after four hours of drying temperature of 1050 137.7.
Looks like a colourless or white hygroscopic powder or granular crystals 137.8.
Proof of identity: 137.8.1.
Positive ion of potassium and phosphate in the 137.8.2 test.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 137.8.3.
41.5% P2O5 40.3-137.9.
Purity criteria: 137.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (1050 C, 4 h) 137.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% on the anhydrous 137.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 137.9.4.
8.7-9.4 pH (1% water solution) 137.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 137.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 137.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 137.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 138.
E 340 (iii) Tripotassium phosphate-138.1.
Synonyms potassium phosphate (phosphate potassi Forum);
tertiary potassium phosphate (phosphate tribasic potassi Forum); tripotassium orthophosphate is (tripotassi for orthophosphat) 138.2.
Chemical name Tripotassium monophosphate; tripotassium phosphate;
tripotassium orthophosphate of 138.3.
Einecs 231-907-1 138.4.
Chemical formula K3PO4 (anhydrous);
K3PO4 × nH2 (hydrates, n = 1 or 3) 138.5.
Molecular weight 212.27 (anhydrous);
138.6. assay not less than 97% calcined substance 138.7.
Looks like a colourless or white hygroscopic crystals or granules without aroma. Hydrated forms are mono-and trihydrate 138.8.
Proof of identity: 138.8.1.
Positive ion of potassium and phosphate in the 138.8.2 test.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 138.8.3.
P2O5 33.0% calcined 30.5-substance (anhydrous) 138.9.
Purity criteria: 138.9.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 3.0% (anhydrous), not more than 23.0% (hydrate) after drying one hour after 1050 ° C and 30 min 800 ± 250 calcination temperature of 138.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% on the anhydrous 138.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 138.9.4.
-11.5 12.3 pH (1% water solution) 138.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 138.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 138.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 138.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg/139.

E 341 (I) monocalcium phosphate 139.1.
Synonymous with the primary calcium phosphate (monobasic calcium phosphate); monocalcium orthophosphate is (monocalci for orthophospat) 139.2.
Chemical name calcium dihydrogen phosphate 139.3.
Einecs 231-837-1 139.4.
Chemical formula Ca (H2PO4) 2 (anhydrous);
CA (H2PO4) 2 × H2O (monohydrate) 139.5.
Molecular 234.05 (anhydrous); 252.08 (monohydrate) 139.6.
Not less than 95% of the parent of the dried substance 139.7.
Looks like grainy powder or white hygroscopic crystals or granules 139.8.
Proof of identity: 139.8.1.
Positive ions of calcium and phosphate in the 139.8.2 test.
Cao 23.0-27.5% (anhydrous) 19.0-24.8% (monohydrate) 139.8.3.
– 55.5 61.1% P2O5 (anhydrous) 139.9.
Purity criteria: 139.9.1.
Loss on drying not less than 14% (1050 C, 4 h) (anhydrous), not more than 17.5% (600 C, 1 h and 1050 C, 4 h) (monohydrate) 139.9.2.
Loss on calcination, not more than 17.5% (800 ± 250 C, 30 min) (anhydrous basis), no more than 25.0% (800 C, 1 h and 1050 ± 250 C, 30 min) (monohydrate) 139.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 139.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 139.9.5.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 139.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 139.9.7.
Cadmium is not more than 1 mg/kg 140.
E 341 (II) dicalcium phosphate 140.1.
Synonyms the sour Secondary calcium phosphate (dibasic calcium phosphate); dicalcium orthophosphate (dicalci for orthophosphat) 140.2.
Chemical name calcium monohidrogēnfosfāt; calcium hydrogenorthophosphate; the secondary calcium phosphate 140.3.
Einecs 231-826-1 140.4.
Chemical formula CaHPO4 (anhydrous); × CaHPO4 2H2O (dihydrate) 140.5.
Molecular weight 136.06 (anhydrous); 172.09 (dihydrate) 140.6.
Assay not less than 98% and not more than 102% after drying, three hours of 2000 C 140.7.
Looks like white crystals or granules, powder or granular powder 140.8.
Proof of identity: 140.8.1.
Positive ions of calcium and phosphate in the 140.8.2 test.
Solubility of difficult soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 140.8.3.
P2O5 50.0-52.5% (anhydrous) 140.9.
Purity criteria: 140.9.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 8.5% (anhydrous), not more than 26.5% (dihydrate) after 30 min 800 ± 250 calcination temperature of 140.9.2.
Fluoride not more than 50 mg/kg 140.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 140.9.4.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 140.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 140.9.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 141.
E 341 (iii) tricalcium phosphate 141.1.
Synonyms tertiary calcium phosphate (calcium phosphate, tribasic); calcium orthophosphate (calcium orthophosphat); pentakalcij-hidroksimonofosfāt (pentacalci of hydroxy monophosphat); hidroksiapatīt calcium (calcium hydroxyapatit) 141.2.
Definition of the Tricalcij phosphate consists of a mixture of various calcium phosphate and can be obtained by neutralizing phosphoric acid with calcium hydroxide. It estimated composition is H2O 3P2O5 · · 10Ca 141.3.
The chemical name of hidroksimonofosfāt Pentakalcij; tricalcium monophosphate 141.4.
Einecs 235-330-6 (pentakalcij-hidroksimonofosfāt) 231-840-8 (calcium orthophosphate) 141.5.
Chemical formula Ca5 (PO4) · OH or Ca3 (P04) 2 141.6.
Molecular weight 310 502 or 141.7.
Assay not less than 90% calcined substance 141.8.
P2O5 38.5-48.0% (anhydrous) 141.9.
Looks like white powder without flavor, stable air 141.10.
Proof of identity: 141.10.1.
Positive ions of calcium and phosphate in the 141.10.2 test.
The solubility of the virtually insoluble in water, soluble in ethanol, not soluble in dilute hydrochloric acid and nitric acid 141.11.
Purity criteria: 141.11.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 8% (800 ± 250 C to constant weight) 141.11.2.
Fluoride not more than 50 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 141.11.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 141.11.4.
Not more than 1 mg cadmium/kg 141.11.5.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 141.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 142.
(E) (I)-343 Monomagnij phosphate 142.1.
Synonyms magnesium dihydrogen phosphate (magnesium dihydrogenphosphat); primary magnesium phosphate (magnesium phosphate, monobasic); monomagnij of orthophosphate (monomagnesi for ortophosphat) 142.2.
The chemical name of 142.3 of magnesium dihidrogēnmonofosfāt.
Einecs number 236-004-6 142.4.
Chemical formula Mg (H2PO4) 2 × nH2 (n = 4) 142.5.
Molecular weight 218.30 (anhydrous) 142.6.
Not less than 51.0% assay, calcined substance 142.7 calculated.
Looks like a White crystalline powder without smell, bad water soluble 142.8.
Proof of identity: 142.8.1.
Not less than 21.5% MgO by calcination of the 142.8.2.
Positive magnesium ions and phosphate tests 142.9.
Purity criteria: 142.9.1.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 142.9.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 142.9.3.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 142.9.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 142.9.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg E 343-143 (II) phosphate Dimagnij 143.1.
Synonyms Magnesium hydrogen phosphate (magnesium hydrogen phosphate); dimagnij of orthophosphate (dimagnesi of orthophosphat); secondary magnesium phosphate (secondary magnesium phosphate) 143.2.
The chemical name of monohidrogēnmonofosfāt Dimagnij is 143.3.
Einecs 231-823-5 143.4.
Chemical formula MgHPO4 × nH2 (n = 0-3) 143.5.
Molecular weight 120.30 (anhydrous) 143.6.
Not less than 96% basic substance, calculated in substance in granulated 143.7.
Looks like a White crystalline powder without smell, bad water soluble 143.8.
Proof of identity: 143.8.1.
Not less than 33.0% MgO, calculated on the anhydrous 143.8.2.
Positive magnesium ions and phosphate tests 143.9.
Purity criteria: 143.9.1 Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 143.9.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 143.9.3.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 143.9.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 143.9.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg of 144.
E 350 (I) sodium malate-144.1.
Synonyms sodium salt of Malic acid (sodium salt of the acid malice) 144.2.
Chemical name disodium DL-malate;
hidroksibutāndiskāb disodium salt of 144.3.
Chemical formula C4H4Na2O5 × 1/2H2O (hemihidrāt);
C4H4Na2O5 × 3 H2O (trihydrate) 144.4.
Molecular weight 187.05 (hemihidrāt); 232.10 (trihydrate) 144.5.
Not less than 98.0% assay anhydrous 144.6.
Looks like a White crystalline powder or grain 144.7.
Proof of identity: 144.7.1.
The solubility of water soluble 144.7.2 well.
1.2-dikarbonskāb and the positive sodium ion in the 144.7.3 test.
Azo formation according to the test of 144.8.
Purity criteria: 144.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 7.0% (1300 C, 4 h, hemihidrāt);
20.5-23.5% (1300 C, 4 h, trihydrate) 144.8.2.
Not more than 1.0% fumaric acid 144.8.3.
Not more than 0.2% of alkali calculated as 144.8.4 Na2CO3.
Not more than 0.05% of maleic 144.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 144.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 144.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 145.
E 350 (II) – sodium 145.1 hidrogēnmalāt.
Synonyms (D) L-Malic acid, monosodium salt (monosodi of the island of D, L-malice acid) 145.2.
Chemical name monosodium DL-malate;
Monosodium 2-DL-hidroksisukcināt 145.3.
Chemical formula C4H5NaO5 145.4.
Molecular weight 156.07 145.5.
Assay not less than 99.0% on the anhydrous 145.6.
Looks like white powder 145.7.
Proof of identity: 145.7.1.
1.2-dikarbonskāb and the positive sodium ion in the 145.7.2 test.
Azo formation according to 145.8 test.
Purity criteria: 145.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (1100 C, 3 h) 145.8.2.
Not more than 0.05% of maleic 145.8.3.
Not more than 1.0% fumaric acid 145.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 145.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 145.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/146.
E 351 potassium malate-146.1.
Synonyms Malic acid potassium salt (the salt of the acid of potassi malice) 146.2.
Chemical name DIPOTASSIUM DL-malate;
DIPOTASSIUM salt of hidroksibutāndiskāb 146.3.
Chemical formula C4H4K2O5 146.4.
Molecular weight 210.27 146.5.
Assay not less than 59.5% w/w 146.6.
Looks like a colourless or almost colourless aqueous solution 146.7.
Proof of identity: 146.7.1.
Positive ions of potassium, and 1.2-dikarbonskāb tests 146.7.2.
Azo formation according to the test of 146.8.
Purity criteria: 146.8.1.
Not more than 0.2% of alkali calculated as K2CO3 146.8.2.
Not more than 0.05% of maleic 146.8.3.
Not more than 1.0% fumaric acid 146.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 146.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 146.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg at 147.
E 352 (I) calcium malate – 147.1.
Synonyms Malic acid calcium salt 147.2.
Chemical name calcium DL-malate; (a) calcium-hidroksisukcināt; hidroksibutāndiskāb calcium salt of 147.3.
Chemical formula C4H4CaO5 147.4.
Molecular weight 172.14 147.5.
Assay not less than 97.5% on the anhydrous 147.6.
Looks like white powder 147.7.
Proof of identity: 147.7.1.
The solubility of poorly water soluble 147.7.2.
Malate, 1.2-positive dikarbonskāb and calcium ion in the 147.7.3 test.
Azo formation

According to 147.8 test.
Purity criteria: 147.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2% (1100 C, 3 h) 147.8.2.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg 147.8.3.
Not more than 0.05% of maleic 147.8.4.
Not more than 1.0% fumaric acid 147.8.5.
Not more than 0.2% of alkali calculated as CaCO3 147.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 147.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 147.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/148.
E 352 (II)-calcium hidrogēnmalāt 148.1.
Synonyms (D) L-Malic acid, monocalcium salt of 148.2.
The chemical name of the Monocalcium DL-malate;
monocalcium DL-2-hidroksisukcināt of 148.3.
Chemical formula (C4 H5O5) 2 c was 148.4.
Molecular 148.5.
Assay not less than 97.5% on the anhydrous 148.6.
Looks like white powder 148.7.
Proof of identity: 148.7.1.
1.2-dikarbonskāb and positive calcium ions in 148.7.2 test.
Azo formation according to 148.8 test.
Purity criteria: 148.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (1100 C, 3 h) 148.8.2.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg 148.8.3.
Not more than 1.0% fumaric acid 148.8.4.
Not more than 0.05% of maleic 148.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 148.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 148.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg, 149.
E 353 metatartaric acid-149.1.
Synonyms of 149.2 Divīnskāb.
Chemical name metatartaric acid 149.3.
Chemical formula C3 H6O6 Assay of 149.4 not less than 99.5% 149.5.
Looks like a White or yellowish crystals or crystalline powder 149.6.
Proof of identity: 149.6.1.
Solubility in water and in ethanol Labišķīs 149.6.2.
Color reaction tube into the 1-10 mg mezovīnskāb and 2 ml of concentrated sulphuric acid, add 2 drops of reagent of sulfa-resorcinol. Bring up to 1500 C, an intense violet coloration appears.
149.7. Purity criteria: 149.7.1.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 149.7.2.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 149.7.3.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 150.
E 354 calcium tartrate-150.1 synonyms L-calcium tartrate 150.2.
Chemical name calcium L (+)-2.3-dihidroksibutāndioāt-dihydrate 150.3.
Chemical formula C4 H4CaO6 · H2O 150.4.
Molecular weight 224.18 150.5.
Not less than 98.0% assay 150.6.
Looks like a White or greyish fine crystalline powder 150.7.
Proof of identity: 150.7.1.
Solubility is slightly soluble in water-soluble approximately 0.01 g/100 ml water (200 C), soluble in methanol and bad in diethyl ether. Soluble in acid.
150.7.2. Specific optical rotation angle = (7.00)-(+ 7.40) (0.1% solution 1 n hydrochloric acid) 150.7.3.
pH (5% mixture with water) 6.0 – 9.0 150.8.
Purity criteria: 150.8.1.
Sulphate no more than 1 g/kg, calculated as H2SO4 150.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 150.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 150.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/151.
E 355 adipic acid-151.1.
Chemical name Heksāndiskāb; 1.4-butāndikarbonskāb-151.2.
Einecs 204-673-3 151.3.
Chemical formula C6H10O4 151.4.
Molecular weight 146.14 151.5.
Not less than 99.6% assay 151.6.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder 151.7.
Proof of identity: 151.7.1.
The solubility of poorly soluble in water, soluble in ethanol in 151.7.2 well.
Melting point: 154.00 151.5 C 151.8.
Purity criteria: 151.8.1.
Water not more than 0.2% (Karl Fischer) 151.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 20 mg/kg 151.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 151.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 151.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg-152.
E 356 sodium adipate-152.1.
Chemical name Sodium adipate 152.2.
Einecs 231-293-5 152.3.
Chemical formula C4 H8Na2O4 152.4.
Molecular weight 190.11 152.5.
Not less than 99.0% basic substance (anhydrous) 152.6.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder without smell 152.7.
Proof of identity: 152.7.1.
Solubility approximately 50 g/100 ml water (200 C) 152.7.2.
Melting point 151-1520 C (adipic acid) 152.7.3.
Positive test for sodium ion 152.8.
Purity criteria: 152.8.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 152.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 152.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 152.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/153.
E 357 potassium adipate-153.1.
Chemical name Potassium adipate 153.2.
Einecs number 242-838-1 153.3.
Chemical formula C6 H8K2O4 153.4.
Molecular weight 222.32 153.5.
Not less than 99.0% basic substance (anhydrous) 153.6.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder without smell 153.7.
Proof of identity: 153.7.1.
Solubility of approximately 60 g/100 ml water (200 C) 153.7.2.
Melting point 151-1520 C (adipic acid) 153.7.3.
Positive test for sodium ion 153.8.
Purity criteria: 153.8.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 153.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 153.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 153.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg, 154.
E-Dzintarskāb 363-154.1.
Chemical name Butāndiskāb-154.2.
The Einecs number 203-740-4 154.3.
Chemical formula C4H6O4 154.4.
Molecular weight 118.09 154.5.
Not less than 99.0% assay 154.6.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals with a sour taste and without aroma 154.7.
Proof of identity-melting point-190.00 C 185.0 154.8.
Purity criteria: 154.8.1.
The remainder after calcination, not more than 0.025% (8000 C, 15 min) 154.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 154.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 154.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 155.
(E) 380-Triamonij citrate 155.1.
Synonyms tertiary ammonium citrate (tribasic ammonium of Xeloda) 155.2.
Chemical name 2-Hidroksipropān-3-trikarbonskāb triamonij salt of 155.3.
Einecs number 222-394-5 155.4.
Chemical formula C6H17N3 O7 155.5.
Molecular weight 243.22 155.6.
Not less than 97.0% assay 155.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder 155.8.
Proof of identity: 155.8.1.
Very good solubility in water soluble 155.8.2.
Positive citrate, and ammonium ion tests 155.9.
Purity criteria: 155.9.1.
Not more than 0.04% oxalate, oxalic acid calculated as 155.9.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 155.9.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 155.9.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 156.
(E) 385-Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate 156.1.
Synonyms of Calcium Disodium EDTA (EDTA calcium disodi unit); Edetate Calcium Disodium (calcium disodi unit edetat) 156.2.
Chemical name N, N '-1.2-Etāndiilb [N-(karboksimetil)-glicināt];
[(4-)-O, o', ON, ON] to (2)-kalci disodium;
Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate;
Calcium Disodium (etilēndinitril) tetraacetāt a 156.3.
Einecs number 200-529-9 156.4.
Chemical formula C10H12O8CaN2Na2 x 2H2O 156.5.
Molecular weight 410.31 156.6.
Assay not less than 97% anhydrous 156.7.
Looks like a white crystalline granules or white to almost white powder without flavor, slightly hygroscopic of 156.8.
Proof of identity: 156.8.1.
Positive calcium and sodium ion in the 156.8.2 test.
Positive metal ions chelating activity 156.8.3.
pH 6.5-7.5 (1% solution) 156.9.
Purity criteria: 156.9.1.
Water 5-13% (Karl Fischer) 156.9.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 156.9.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 156.9.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 156.9.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 157.
E-Algīnskāb 400-157.1.
Definition of the Algīnskāb is hidrofil colloidal carbohydrate obtained from different species of Brown algae (Phaeophycea), extracting with dilute alkali. It is a linear glikuronglikān, consisting mainly of b-(1,4)-linked D-mannuronskāb and a-(1,4)-linked piranoz residues of L-guluronskāb cycle.
157.2. Einecs 232-680-1 157.3.
Chemical formula of (C6H806) n 157.4.
Molecular weight-10000 600000 157.5.
Assay Of anhydrous algīnskāb be obtained not less than 20.0% and not more than 23.0% carbon dioxide (CO2) corresponding to not less than 91.0% and not more than 104.5% algīnskāb (C6H806) n (assay calculated substance with a notional 200 MW) 157.6.
Looks like white or tawny, granular, fibrous grain or powder substance almost without aroma 157.7.
Proof of identity: 157.7.1.
Solubility insoluble in water and organic solvents, slowly soluble in sodium carbonate, sodium hydroxide, and trisodium phosphate solution.
157.7.2. of Precipitation with calcium chloride To 0.5% of the sample solution 1 M sodium hydroxide is added in one fifth of 2.5% by volume solution of calcium chloride. The formation of large želatīnveid Lees. In a similar test with Acacia gum, sodium karboksimetilceluloz, karboksimetilciet, carrageenan, gelatin, gat in resin, resin, karaj white Acacia gum, and methyl tragakant resin residue does not, and it can be distinguished from the above algīnskāb resins.
157.7.3. Precipitation with ammonium sulphate

At 0.5% of the sample solution 1 M sodium hydroxide is added in half the volume of the saturated ammonium sulphate solution. The precipitate is not formed. It can be distinguished from the algīnskāb agar, carrageenan, sodium karboksimetilceluloz, deesterificēt, gelatine, pectin is the white Acacia gum, methyl cellulose and starch.
157.7.4. Color reaction May completely dissolve 0.1 g of the sample to 0.15 ml 0.01 N sodium hydroxide, add 1 ml of acid iron (iii) sulphate solution. 5 minutes appear in the cherry red colour, which later becomes dark purple.
157.8. Purity criteria: 157.8.1.
2.0-3.5 pH (3% suspension) 157.8.2.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1050 C, 4 h) 157.8.3.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 8% on the anhydrous 157.8.4.
1 M sodium hydroxide soluble substances in no more than 2%, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 157.8.5.
Microbiological indicators: Summary of not more than 5000 colonies/g;
yeast and mold not more than 500 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 157.8.6 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 157.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 157.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 157.8.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 157.8.10.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 158.
E 401 sodium alginate-158.1.
Chemical name Algīnskāb sodium salt of 158.2.
Chemical formula of (C6H7NaO6) n 158.3.
Molecular weight of 10 000-600 000 158.4.
Assay Of anhydrous sodium alginate can be obtained not less than 18.0% and not more than 21.0% carbon dioxide (CO2) corresponding to not less than 90.8% and not more than 106.0% sodium alginate (assay calculated molecular weight of a substance with a conditional 222) 158.5.
Looks like a fibrous, granular, powdery substance grain or white or yellowish in color 158.6.
Proof of identity – the positive sodium ion and algīnskāb tests of 158.7.
Purity criteria: 158.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1050 C, 4 h) 158.7.2.
Water insoluble substance, not more than 2% on the anhydrous 158.7.3.
Microbiological indicators: Summary of not more than 5000 colonies/g;
yeast and mold not more than 500 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 158.7.4 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 158.7.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 158.7.6.
Not more than 1 mg mercury/gk 158.7.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 158.7.8.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 159.
E 402 potassium alginate-159.1.
The chemical name of potassium salt Algīnskāb 159.2.
Chemical formula of (C6H7KO6) n 159.3.
Molecular weight: 159.4 10000 600000.
Assay Of anhydrous potassium alginate can be obtained not less than 16.5% and not more than 19.5% carbon dioxide, corresponding to not less than 89.2% and not more than 105.5% potassium alginate (assay calculated molecular weight of a substance with a notional 238) 159.5.
Looks like a fibrous, granular, grain or pulveveid substance white or yellowish in color, 159.6.
Identity proof-positive potassium ions and algīnskāb tests of 159.7.
Purity criteria: 159.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1050 C, 4 h) 159.7.2.
Water-insoluble matter in no more than 2%, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 159.7.3.
Microbiological indicators: Summary of not more than 5000 colonies/g yeast and mold not more than 500 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 159.7.4 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 159.7.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 159.7.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 159.7.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 159.7.8.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 160.
E 403 Ammonium alginate-160.1.
The chemical name of Algīnskāb ammonium salt 160.2.
Chemical formula of (C6H11NO6) n 160.3.
Molecular weight 10 000-600 000 160.4.
Assay Of anhydrous ammonium alginate can be obtained not less than 18% and not more than 21% of carbon dioxide which meets not less than 88.7% and up to 103.6% ammonium alginate (assay calculated molecular weight of a substance with a conditional 217) 160.5.
Looks like a fibrous, granular, powdery substance grain or white or yellowish in color 160.6.
Identity proof-positive ammonium ion and algīnskāb tests of 160.7.
Purity criteria: 160.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1050 C, 4 h) 160.7.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 7% of the dried substance 160.7.3.
Water-insoluble matter in no more than 2%, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 160.7.4.
Microbiological indicators: Summary of not more than 5000 colonies/g;
yeast and mold not more than 500 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 160.7.5 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 160.7.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 160.7.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 160.7.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 160.7.9.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 161.
-Of calcium alginate, e 404 161.1.
Chemical name calcium salt of 161.2 Algīnskāb.
Chemical formula (C6H7Ca1/2O6) n 161.3.
Molecular weight of 10 000-161.4.600000
Assay Of anhydrous calcium alginate can be obtained not less than 18% and not more than 21% of carbon dioxide which meets not less than 89.6% and not more than 104.5% of calcium alginate (assay calculated molecular weight of a substance with a conditional 219) 161.5.
Looks like a fibrous, granular, powdery substance grain or white or yellowish in color 161.6.
Identity proof-positive of the calcium ion and algīnskāb tests 161.7.
Purity criteria: 161.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% (1050 C, 4 h) 161.7.2.
Microbiological indicators: Summary of not more than 5000 colonies/g;
yeast and mold not more than 500 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 161.7.3 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 161.7.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 161.7.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 161.7.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 161.7.7.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 162.
E 405 Propane 1.2-diol,-162.1 of the alginate.
Synonymous Hidroksipropilalgināt (alginat hydroxypropyl); propylene glycol alginate (a alginat propylen glycol); the 1.2-propanediol algīnskāb ester (1.2-propanediol ester of alginic acid) 162.2.
The chemical name of propane-1.2-diol Algīnskāb ester. The composition varies depending on the degree of esterifikācij and of the free and the karboksilgrup offset percentage molecule 162.3.
Chemical formula of (C9H14O7) n (esterified) 162.4.
The 10 000-600 000 molecular weight 162.5.
Assay Of propane-1.2-diol anhydrous alginate can be obtained not less than 16% and not more than 20% of carbon dioxide 162.6.
Looks like a fibrous, granular, powdery substance grain or white or yellow brown 162.7.
Proof of identity – after hydrolysis positive 1.2-propanediol and algīnskāb tests of 162.8.
Purity criteria: 162.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 20% (1050 C, 4 h) 162.8.2.
Propane-1.2-diol (joint) not less than 15% and not more than 45% 162.8.3.
Propane-1.2-diol (free) not more than 15% 162.8.4.
Water-insoluble matter in no more than 2%, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 162.8.5.
Microbiological indicators: Summary of not more than 5000 colonies/g;
yeast and mold not more than 500 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 162.8.6 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 162.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 162.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 162.8.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 162.8.10.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 163.
E 406 Agar-163.1.
Synonyms (gelos) Geloz; Japan agar (Japan agar); Bengal, Ceylon, Chinese or Japanese gelatin (isinglass) (Bengal, Ceylon, Chinese or Japanese isinglas) 163.2.
Definition of colloidal hidrofil Agar is a polysaccharide consisting primarily of D-galactose molecules. Approximately every tenth-D-galaktopiranoz molecules one of the hydroxyl groups are esterified with sulphuric acid and neutralized by calcium, magnesium, potassium, or sodium. Agar is extracted from the Gelidiacea and the Sphaerococcacea family of the Rhodophycea of marine algae and red algae class.
163.3. Einecs 232-658-1 163.4.
Assay of the concentration threshold of Gaelic should not be higher than 0.25% 163.5.
Looks like Agar is usually thin membrane strips stuck together, hard, flake or pellet form. You can be a light yellowish-Orange, yellow-gray to pale yellow or colourless, without fragrance or flavour with mild characteristic. Powdered agar-agar is white, yellowish white or pale yellow.
proof of identity-163.6. solubility insoluble in the cold, but is soluble in boiling water to 163.7.
Purity criteria: 163.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 22% (1050 C, 5 h) 163.7.2.
Ash (5500 C definitely) not more than 6.5%, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 163.7.3.
Acid insoluble ash (insoluble in hydrochloric acid 3 N, 5500 C definitely) not more than 0.5%, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 163.7.4.
Hot water-insoluble substance, not more than 1.0% 163.7.5.
Starch

It is not permissible to determine by the following method: at the sample solution (1/10), adding a few drops of iodine solution must not appear blue coloration 163.7.6.
Gelatin and other proteins dissolve 1 g agar 100 ml boiling water and allow to cool to 500 c. at 5 ml solution add 5 ml trinitrofenol solution (1 g of anhydrous trinitrofenol 100 ml of hot water). It is not permissible in the solution saduļķošan 10 min.
163.7.7. The absorption of water 5 g agar 100 ml measuring cylinder inserts, add water, mix and leave for pitches 24 hours 250 c. Decant the contents of the cylinder through the wet glass wool 100 ml measuring cylinder in the other. Retrieves the maximum of 75 ml of water.
163.7.8. Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 163.7.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 163.7.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 163.7.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 163.7.12.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 164.
E 407 Carrageenan-164.1.
Synonymous Irish moss gelos; Eucheuman (from eucheuma spp.); Iridophycan (from Irdidae spp.); Hypnean (from Hypne spp.); Furcellaran or Danish agar (from furcellaria fastigiat); Carrageenan (from Chondr and Gigartin spp.)
164.2. definition of Carrageenan is derived from Rhodophycea (sarkanaļģ) class Gigartinacea, Solieriacea, Hypneaecea and Furcellariacea families of seafood by extraction with water. Extraction can only use the following solvents: methanol, ethanol, and propan-2-ol.
 
 
Carrageenan consists mainly of polysaccharide sulphate esters of potassium, sodium, magnesium and calcium salts which after hydrolysis gives Galactose are detected and 3.6-anhidrogalaktoz. Carrageenan may not otherwise chemically hydrolysing or split.
164.3. Einecs 232-524-2 164.4.
Looks like Carrageenan is yellowish or colourless rude or fine powder virtually odourless 164.5.
Identity proof-positive sulfate, galactose and anhidrogalaktoz tests of 164.6.
Purity criteria: 164.6.1.
Loss on drying not more than 12% (1050 C, 4 h) 164.6.2.
Viscosity not less than 5 MPa × s (1.5% solution, 750 C) 164.6.3.
Ash (5500 C definitely) not less than 15% and not more than 40%, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 164.6.4.
Acid insoluble ash (insoluble in 10% hydrochloric acid) not more than 1%, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 164.6.5.
Acid-insoluble matter (insoluble in 1% v/v sulphuric acid) not more than 2%, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 164.6.6.
Sulphate no less than 15% and not more than 40% calculated as the anhydrous substance 164.6.7 SO4.
The solvent balance: ethanol;
propan-2-ol;
not more than 0.1% methanol, 164.6.8, individually or together.
Microbiological indicators: Summary of not more than 5000 colonies/g;
yeast and mold not more than 300 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 164.6.9 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 164.6.10.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 164.6.11.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 164.6.12.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 164.6.13.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 165.
E 407a Processed Eucheuma seaweed-165.1.
Synonyms PESO 165.2.
Definition of processed Eucheuma seaweed is obtained by treatment with alkaline (KOH) aqueous solution Rhodophycea (red seaweed) eucheuma cottoni and natural Eucheuma seaweed spinosa of, thus purifying it of impurities. Then they wash with clean water and dry. You can further refine by washing with methanol, ethanol or propan-2-ol and drying. The product consists mainly of polysaccharide sulphate esters of potassium salt, which after hydrolysis gives Galactose are detected and 3.6-anhidrogalaktoz. The product contains small quantities of sodium, calcium and magnesium salts, as well as up to 15% cellulose. Processed seaweed existing in the carrageenan shouldn't hydrolysing or otherwise chemically split.
165.3. Looks like Processed Eucheuma seaweed are Tan or yellow coarse or fine powder virtually without flavor.
165.4. identity proof: 165.4.1.
Solubility forms cloudy viscous suspensions in water, insoluble in ethanol 165.4.2.
Positive sulfate, galactose and anhidrogalaktoz tests of 165.5.
Purity criteria: 165.5.1.
Loss on drying not more than 12% (1050 C, 4 h) 165.5.2.
Ash (5500 C definitely) not less than 15% and not more than 40% of the dried substance 165.5.3.
Viscosity not less than 5 MPa × s (1.5% solution, 750 C) 165.5.4.
Acid insoluble ash (insoluble in 10% hydrochloric acid) not more than 1%, calculated on the dried substance 165.5.5.
Acid-insoluble matter (insoluble in 1% v/v sulphuric acid) not less than 8% and not more than 15%, calculated on the dried substance 165.5.6.
Sulphate no less than 15% and not more than 40%, calculated as SO4 dried substance 165.5.7.
The solvent balance: ethanol;
propan-2-ol;
not more than 0.1% methanol, 165.5.8, individually or together.
Microbiological indicators: Summary of not more than 5000 colonies/g;
yeast and mold not more than 300 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 165.5.9 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 165.5.10.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 165.5.11.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 165.5.12.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 165.5.13.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 166.
The e-410 white Acacia gum 166.1.
The definition of the white Acacia gum is a white Acacia, or Ceratoni of the carob (siliqu (l.) Taub., fam. Leguminosae) germ the seed endosperm, which consists mainly of high molecular weight polysaccharides for hidrokoloidāl of which originate from the galaktopiranoz and mannopiranoz groups, which joined with glycosidic links, and that chemical can be called galaktomannān.
Molecular weight of 50000-166.2.3 million 166.3.
Einecs 232-541-5 166.4.
Assay of not less than 75% galaktomannān 166.5.
Looks like white or yellow-white powder with almost no aroma 166.6.
Proof of identity: 166.6.1.
Galactose and mannitol positive tests 166.6.2.
Solubility soluble in hot water, insoluble in ethanol 166.6.3.
Microscopic examination of samples in aqueous solution containing 0.5% and 1% iodine potassium iodide, placed on a glass plate and checked under a microscope. White Acacia gum consists of past outstretched cauruļveidīg cells that are mutually separated or that have small starptelp. Brown filling of cells is much less regular in shape like guar gum stuffing cells. Guar gum is round or pear shaped cell close groups. The filling is yellow to Brown.
166.7. Purity criteria: 166.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1050 C, 5 h) 166.7.2.
Ash (c. 8000 definitely) not more than 1.2% 166.7.3.
Acid insoluble substance, not more than 4% of the 166.7.4.
Proteins (N × 6.25) not more than 7% 166.7.5.
Ethanol and propan-2-ol, not more than 1%, alone or in combination 166.7.6.
Starch is not permissible in determining with the following method: at the sample solution (1/10), adding a few drops of iodine solution must not appear blue coloration 166.7.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 166.7.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 166.7.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 166.7.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 166.7.11.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 167.
E 412 guar gum-167.1.
Synonyms Gum cyamops; Guara flour 167.2.
Definition of guar gum guar Cyamops plant is a tetragonolob of the ((L.) Taub, Fam. Leguminosae) germ the seed endosperm, which consists mainly of high molecular weight polysaccharides for hidrokoloidāl of which originate from the galaktopiranoz and mannopiranoz groups, which joined with glycosidic links, and that chemical can be called galaktomannān.
167.3. Einecs 232-536-0 167.4.
Molecular weight of 50000-8000000 167.5.
Assay of not less than 75% galaktomannān 167.6.
Looks like a white to yellow-white powder with almost no aroma 167.7.
Proof of identity: 167.7.1.
Solubility soluble in cold water 167.7.2.
Positive tests for galactose and mannitol 167.8.
Purity criteria: 167.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1050 C, 5 h) 167.8.2.
Ash (definitely 8000 C), not more than 1.5% 167.8.3.
Acid insoluble substance, not more than 7% 167.8.4.
Proteins (N × 6.25) not more than 10% 167.8.5.
Starch is not permissible, determined by the following method: adding the sample solution (1/10) a few drops of iodine solution must not appear blue coloration 167.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 167.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 167.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 167.8.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 167.8.10.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 168.
(E) 413-Tragakant 168.1.
Synonyms gum Tragacanth; to 168.2 tragan.
Definition of the Tragakant resin is Labillardier and Astragal gummifer Astragal (a species of other Fam. Leguminosae) plant trunk and branch dry effusion (exudation), consisting mainly of high molecular weight polysaccharides of (galaktoaraban acid and other polysaccharides) that hidrolizējot to go galakturonskāb, arabinoz, ksiloz, galaktoz and fukoz. Can contain a small amount of glucose and rhamnose derived from starch and/or cellulose residues.
168.3. Einecs 232-252-5 168.4.
Molecular weight about 800000 168.5.
Looks like

The resin is 0.5 Tragant – 2.5 mm thick and up to 3 cm long flattened straight or curved passages or spirals twisted pieces. They are white or dzeltenbalt (some pieces red shade). They have a rough outline with short cracks. They have no flavor, and the solution is a bit sticky flavor. PAC tragakant is white or pale yellow, or pinkish brown (pale tawny).
proof of identity-168.6. solubility of 1 g of the sample into a 50 ml of water to swell, creating a mottled color. Insoluble in ethanol and not swell 60% (w/v) aqueous solution of ethanol 168.7.
Purity criteria: 168.7.1.
Negative test of resin in Karaj boil 1 g of the sample with 20 ml of water, until the formation of mucus. Add 5 ml of hydrochloric acid and boil for another five minutes does not appear permanent pink or red color.
168.7.2. Loss on drying not more than 16% (1050 C, 5 h) 168.7.3.
Ash (joint) not more than 4% 168.7.4.
Acid insoluble ash not more than 0.5% 168.7.5.
Acid insoluble substance, not more than 2% of 168.7.6.
Microbiological indicators: e. coli are not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella sp. 10 g 168.7.7 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 168.7.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 168.7.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 168.7.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 168.7.11.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 169.
E-414 Acacia gum (gum Arabic), 169.1.
Definition of Acacia is Acacia senegal (L) Willdenow or other Acacia species (Fam. Leguminosae) trunk and branch dry effusion (exudation), consisting mainly of high molecular weight polysaccharides and for calcium, magnesium and potassium salts, which retrieves arabinoz hydrolysis, Galactose are detected, ramnoz and glukuronskāb to 169.2.
Einecs 232-519-5 169.3.
Molecular weight approximately 169.4 350000.
Looks like a White or dzeltenbalt variable-sized spherical droplets or angular pieces. Can also be a white to dzeltenbalt of cereal, granules or powder.
proof of identity-169.5. solubility of 1 g of sample dissolved in 2 ml of cold water, creating an easy flow of acid solution (litmus). Insoluble in ethanol 169.6.
Purity criteria: 169.6.1.
Loss on drying not more than 17% (1050 C, 5 h) granular material and not more than 10% (1050 C, 4 h) spraying dried material 169.6.2.
Ash (joint) not more than 4% 169.6.3.
Acid insoluble ash not more than 0.5% 169.6.4.
Starch or dextrin boil water the resin solution, 1/50 and cool. At 5 ml add 1 drop of iodine solution. Does not appear bluish or reddish color.
169.6.5. Acid insoluble substance, not more than 1% 169.6.6.
Tannīn to 10 ml of resin in aqueous solution (1/50) add 0.1 ml of iron trichloride solution (9 g FeCl3 x 6h2o dissolved in water to 100 ml). Does not appear in black painted or black precipitate.
169.6.7. the hydrolysis products not containing mannitol, ksiloz and galakturonskāb (determined by chromatographic) 169.6.8.
Microbiological indicators: e. coli are not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. are not permitted 10 g 1695.6.9.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 169.6.10.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 169.6.11.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 169.6.12.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 169.6.13.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 170.
E 415 xanthan gum-170.1.
Definition of xanthan gum is a high molecular weight polysaccharide by resins, which produces in Xanthomonas campestris, in pure fermenting carbohydrates, and purified by regeneration with ethanol or propan-2-ol, dried and ground. They contain a D-glukoz and D-Mannitol as main hexose group, as well as a D-glukoronskāb and pirovīnogskāb, and they prepare sodium, potassium or calcium salt. Resin solution is neutral.
170.2. Einecs number 234-394-2 170.3.
Molecular weight approximately 1000000 170.4.
Assay Of dried xanthan gum can be obtained not less than 4.2% and not more than 5% carbon dioxide, xanthan gum which matches the content of 91% and 108%.
170.5. the external appearance of the cream-colored powder 170.6.
Proof of identity-solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 170.7.
Purity criteria: 170.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1050 C, 2.5 h) 170.7.2.
Ash (joint) not more than 16%, 6500 C certainly after four hours of drying 1050 ° C, 170.7.3.
Not more than 1.5% of nitrogen 170.7.4.
Pyruvic acid 170.7.5 not less than 1.5%.
Propan-2-ol no more than 500 mg/kg 170.7.6.
Microbiological criteria Summary no more than 10000 colonies/g;
yeast and mold not more than 300 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella is not allowed for 10 g;
Xanthomonas campestris – not visible cells 170.7.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 170.7.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 170.7.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 170.7.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 170.7.11.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 171.
416-e Karaj resins 171.1.
Synonyms Katil; kaday; gum sterculi; sterculi; karay, gum karay; Kull; kuterr-171.2.
Definition of the resin is cured of Karaj effusion of Sterculi's (exudation) or other Sterculi in uren Roxburgh species (the Sterculiacea family) or Cochlosperm of Gossypium A.P. De Candol or other species of Cochlosperm (the Bixacea family) plant branches and trunks. They contain of ACETYLATED polysaccharides of macromolecular that hydrolysis gives ramnoz and galakturonskāb Galactose are detected, together with small quantities of glukuronskāb.
171.3. Einecs 232-539-4 171.4.
Looks like different sizes of drops and occasional pieces to the characteristic of the puskristālisk structure. They are pale yellow to pinkish brown in colour. Karaj resin powder is pale grey to pinkish brown in colour. The resin is acetic acid flavor.
proof of identity: 171.5.171.5.1.
Solubility insoluble in ethanol, 171.5.2.
Swelling in ethanol, unlike other resin swell 60% ethanol 171.6.
Purity criteria: 171.6.1.
Loss on drying not more than 20% (1050 C, 5 h) 171.6.2.
Ash (joint) not more than 8% 171.6.3.
Acid insoluble ash not more than 1% 171.6.4.
Acid insoluble substance, not more than 3% 171.6.5.
Volatile acid of not less than 10%, calculated as acetic acid 171.6.6.
Starch 171.6.7 is not allowed.
Microbiological indicators: e. coli are not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 171.6.8 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 171.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 171.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 171.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 171.6.12.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 172.
E 417 Tara gum-172.1.
Definition of Tara gum is a ground of the Caesalpinia spinosa (Fam. Leguminosae) endosperm seed, consisting mainly of high molecular weight polysaccharides of-galaktomannān. As its content (1-4) b-D-a-D-mannopiranoz and galaktopiranoz group of linear chains, connected by (1-6). Mannitol-Galactose ratio Tara 2004 is 3:1 (white Acacia 2004 this ratio is 4:1, guar-2:1 2004).
172.2. Einecs 254-409-6 172.3.
Looks like Tara gum is a white to pale yellow powder with almost no aroma 172.4.
Proof of identity: 172.4.1.
Solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 172.4.2.
Gel formation in aqueous solution by adding a little Sodium Borate to form the gel to 172.5.
Purity criteria: 172.5.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% 172.5.2.
Not more than 1.5% ash 172.5.3.
Acid insoluble substance, not more than 2% of 172.5.4.
Not more than 3.5% of the proteins (factor N × 5.7) 172.5.5.
Starch 10% of the sample solution to add a few drops of iodine. May not occur with blue color.
172.5.6. Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 172.5.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 172.5.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 172.5.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 172.5.10.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 173.
(E) 418-Želen resins 173.1.
Definition of the Želen resin is high molecular weight polysaccharide resin that produces pure cultures of Pseudomonas, elode fermenting carbohydrates, and purified by regeneration with propan-2-ol, dried and ground. The high molecular weight polysaccharide consisting mainly of tetrasaharīd of the repeating groups, which in turn consist of one single glukuronskāb rhamnose, and two groups of glukoz and have been replaced by acyl-(gliceril-and acetyl-) groups O-glikozidāl related esters. Glukuronskāb is neutralised as mixed potassium, sodium, calcium and magnesium salt.
173.2. Einecs number 275-117-5 173.3.
Molecular weight approximately 500000 173.4.
Assay Of dried substances can be obtained not less than 3.3% and not more than 6.8% carbon dioxide 173.5.
Looks like Off-white powder 173.6.
Proof of identity-solubility soluble in water, forming a viscous solution. Insoluble in ethanol 173.7.
Purity criteria: 173.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1050 C, 2.5 h) 173.7.2.
Nitrogen not more than 3% 173.7.3.
Propan-2-ol no more than 750 mg/kg 173.7.4.
Microbiological indicators: Summary of not more than 10000 colonies/g;
yeast and mold not more than 400 colonies/g;
E. coli is not permitted in the 5 g;
Salmonella spp. 10 g 173.7.5 are not permitted.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 173.7.6.
Lead

Not more than 2 mg/kg 173.7.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 173.7.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 173.7.9.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 174.
E 420 (I) sorbitol 174.1.
Synonyms of D-glucitol (D-glucitol); D-sorbitol (D-sorbitol) 174.2.
The chemical name for D-glucitol 174.3.
Einecs number 200-061-5 174.4.
Chemical formula C6H14O6 174.5.
Molecular weight 182.17 174.6.
Assay not less than 97% glucitol and not less than 91% D-sorbitol in the dry. Glucitol is connected with structural formula (CHOH) n-CH2OH-CH2OH, n – an integer 174.7.
Looks like a white hygroscopic crystalline powder or flakes or pellets with the sweet taste of 174.8.
Proof of identity: 174.8.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 174.8.2 bad.
Melting point 88-1020 C 174.8.3.
Sorbitol monobenzilidēn derivatives to 5 g of the sample into a 7 ml methanol, add 1 ml of benzaldehīd and 1 ml of hydrochloric acid. Stir with a mechanical stirrer until the crystals. Crystal filter and dissolve in 20 ml of boiling water, to which is attached the 1 g sodium bicarbonate. Hot filter, cool the filtrate, cooled with crystals filter, wash with 5 ml of methanol-water mixture (1:2) and dry in the air. The resulting crystals melting interval C C 1730-1790 174.9.
Purity criteria: 174.9.1.
Water not more than 1% (Karl Fischer) 174.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% of the dry matter, calculated 174.9.3.
Reducing sugars not more than 0.3% calculated as glucose to dry 174.9.4.
Sugar (joint) not more than 1%, calculated as glucose to dry 174.9.5.
Chloride no more than 50 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 174.9.6.
Sulphate no more than 100 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 174.9.7.
Nickel not more than 2 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 174.9.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 174.9.9.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 174.9.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead for the dry matter 175.
E 420 (II) sorbitol syrup 175.1.
Synonyms of D-glucitol syrup (D-glucitol syrup) 175.2.
Einecs number 270-337-8 175.3.
Definition and description of acquisition sorbitol syrup occurs, the hidrogenēj glucose syrup, and consists primarily of D-sorbitol, D-mannitol and hydrogenated Saccharides obtained them. Part of the product, which is not D-sorbitol, consists mainly of hydrogenated in the oligosaccharides resulting in hidrogenējot, glucose syrup, which is used as a raw material (in this case the crystallization of syrup), or mannitol. May contain small quantities of n glucitol £ 4. Glucitol is a connection with structural formula (CHOH) n-CH2OH-CH2OH, n – an integer 175.4.
Assay not less than 69% solids and not less than 50% of D-sorbitol anhydrous 175.5.
Looks like a clear colourless aqueous solution with the sweet taste of 175.6.
Proof of identity: 175.6.1.
Wipe with water solubility, glycerol-1.2-propane diol and a 175.6.2.
Sorbitol monobenzilidēn derivatives to 5 g of the sample into a 7 ml methanol, add 1 ml of benzaldehīd and 1 ml of hydrochloric acid. Stir with a mechanical stirrer until the crystals. Crystal filter and dissolve in 20 ml of boiling water, to which is attached the 1 g sodium bicarbonate. Hot filter, cool the filtrate, cooled with crystals filter, wash with 5 ml of methanol-water mixture (1:2) and dry in the air. The resulting crystals melting interval C C 1730-1790.
175.7. Purity criteria: 175.7.1.
Water not more than 31% (Karl Fischer) 175.7.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% of the dry matter, calculated 175.7.3.
Reducing sugars not more than 0.3% calculated as glucose to dry 175.7.4.
Chloride no more than 50 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 175.7.5.
Sulphate no more than 100 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 175.7.6.
Nickel not more than 2 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 175.7.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 175.7.8.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 175.7.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as dry matter of 176 lead.
E 421 mannitol-176.1.
Mannitol 176.1.1 D-mannitol synonyms (D-mannitol) 176.1.2.
Definition obtained by catalytic hidrogenēj carbohydrate solution containing glucose and/or fructose 176.1.3.
Chemical name D-mannitol 176.1.4.
Einecs number 200-711-8 176.1.5.
Chemical formula C6H14O6 176.1.6.
Molecular 182.2 176.1.7.
Assay not less than 96% and not more than 102% D-mannitol in the dried substance 176.1.8.
Looks like a White crystalline powder without smell 176.1.9.
Proof of 176.1.9.1 identity.
Solubility soluble in water, very soluble in ethanol, bad practical are not soluble in diethyl ether 176.1.9.2.
Melting point 164-1690 (C) 176.1.9.3.
Hromotogrāfij of a thin-layer Atbisl test 176.1.9.4.
Specific optical rotation in angle = (+ 230)-(+ 250) (Borate solution) 176.1.9.5.
pH 5-8 (add 0.5 ml of saturated solution of potassium chloride to 10 ml of 10% (w/v) solution of the sample, then measure the pH) 176.1.10.
Purity criteria: 176.1.10.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.3% (1050 C, 4 h) 176.1.10.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 176.1.10.3.
Reducing sugars not more than 0.3% calculated as glucose to dry 176.1.10.4.
Sugar (joint) not more than 1%, calculated as glucose 176.1.10.5 chlorides up to 70 mg/kg 176.1.10.6.
Sulphate no more than 100 mg/kg 176.1.10.7.
Nickel not more than 2 mg/kg 176.1.10.8.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 176.2.
Mannitol derived enzymatically 176.2.1 synonyms D-mannitol (D-mannitol) 176.2.2.
Definition obtained periodically aerobic fermentation using yeast clones of the normal Zugosaccharomyc of 176.2.3 rouxi.
Chemical name D-mannitol 176.2.4.
Einecs number 200-711-8 176.2.5.
Chemical formula C6H14O6 176.2.6.
Molecular 182.2 176.2.7.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 176.2.8.
Looks like a White crystalline powder without smell 176.2.9.
Proof of 176.2.9.1 identity.
Solubility soluble in water, very soluble in ethanol, bad practical will not dissolve in ether 176.2.9.2.
Melting point 164-1690 (C) 176.2.9.3.
Hromotogrāfij of a thin-layer Atbisl test 176.2.9.4.
Specific optical rotation in angle = (+ 230)-(+ 250) (Borate solution) 176.2.9.5.
pH 5-8 (add 0.5 ml of saturated solution of potassium chloride to 10 ml of 10% (mass/volume) of the sample solution, pH) 176.2.10.
Purity criteria: 176.2.10.1.
Not more than 0.3% Arabīt 176.2.10.2.
Loss on drying not more than 0.3% (1050 C, 4 h) 176.2.10.3.
Reducing sugars not more than 0.3% calculated as glucose 176.2.10.4.
Sugar (joint) not more than 1%, calculated as glucose 176.2.10.5.
Ash, sulfate, in the form of not more than 0.1% 176.2.10.6.
Not more than 70 mg chloride/kg 176.2.10.7.
Sulphate no more than 100 mg/kg 176.2.10.8.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 176.2.10.9 aerobic mesophile bacteria CFU/g, not more than 103 176.2.10.10.
Coliform are not permitted 10 g sample CFU 176.2.10.11.
CFU of salmonella is not allowed for 10 g of the sample 176.2.10.12 e. coli CFU of 10 g of sample, 176.2.10.13 is not allowed.
Staphylococcus aureus CFU is not permitted 10 g sample 176.2.10.14.
Pseudomonas aeruginosa in any 10 g of sample unacceptable CREDITS 176.2.10.15.
Mould CFU/100 g 176.2.10.16.
Look not more than 100 CFU/g 177.
E 422 – Glycerin 177.1.
Synonyms Glycerin; Glycerin is 177.2.
Einecs number 200-289-5 177.3.
Chemical name 1, 2,3-Propāntriol; trihidroksipropān; glycerol 177.4.
Chemical formula is C3H8O3 5,0 177.5.
Molecular weight the 177.6 92.10.
Assay not less than 98% on the anhydrous 177.7.
Looks like a clear colourless hygroscopic liquid with a syrupy sweet taste and a light characteristic smell of 177.8.
Proof of identity: 177.8.1.
Acroleine formation by heating heat in a few drops of the sample tube with 0.5 g of potassium bisulfāt. Released acroleine for specific corrosive vapours are.
177.8.2. Specific weight (25/250 C) not less than 177.8.3 1.257.
Refractive index [n] 20 d = 1,471-1,474 177.9.
Purity criteria: 177.9.1.
Water not more than 5% (Karl Fischer) 177.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates, down 800 ± 250 ºc) not more than 0.01% 177.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% Butāntriol 177.9.4.
Acrolein, glucose and ammonium compound heat 5 ml of glycerol and 5 ml potassium hydroxide solution (1/10) a mixture of 600 ° C for five minutes. It must not become yellow, nor to release ammonia smell.
177.9.5. Chlorinated compounds not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as chlorine 177.9.6.
Fatty acids and esters, not more than 0.1% calculated as butyric acid 177.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 177.9.8.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 177.9.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 177.9.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 177.9.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead 178.
(E) (I) – 425 Konjac gum 178.1.
Definition

Konjac gum is a water-soluble polysaccharide of hidrokoloidāl, which is derived from the perennial plant of konjac Amorphophall. The main ingredient is the water-soluble high molecular weight polysaccharide, glukomannān, by which consist of D-mannitol and D-glucose linked to b (1-4) glycosidic links and which the molar ratio is approximately 1.6:1.0. b (1-3) glycosidic links are added to the shorter side chain and at each 9-19. carbohydrate molecules are located in one acetilgrup.
178.2. Molecular 200000-2 million (main component – glukomannān) 178.3.
Assay not less than 75% carbohydrate 178.4.
Looks like white, cream or light brown powder 178.5.
Proof of identity: 178.5.1.
Solubility of dispersible in hot or cold water and form a highly viscous solution with pH 4.0-7.0.
178.5.2. Gel formation in test tube to the 1% solution of the sample add 5 ml of 4% Sodium Borate solution and shake vigorously. The formation of the gel.
178.5.3. Heat-resistant gel formation prepare a 2% solution of konjac gum by heating it in a boiling water bath for 30 minutes and stirring constantly. Cool the solution to room temperature. Add the cooled solution 10% potassium carbonate solution with the calculation to one gram of the resin is added to 1 ml of carbonate solution. The mixture is heated to 850 C in a water bath and stirring treats at this temperature for two hours. The formation of thermally stable gel.
178.5.4. viscosity not less than 3kg-1s-1 250 C (1% solution) 178.6.
Purity criteria: 178.6.1.
Loss on drying not more than 12% (105 ° C, 5 h) 178.6.2.
Starches not more than 3% 178.6.3.
Proteins not more than 3% (N × 5.7) determine nitrogen by Kjeldahl method. Multiplied by 5.7 percent nitrogen and protein percentage obtained in the sample 178.6.4.
Ether-soluble substances not more than 0.1% 178.6.5.
Ash (joint) not more than 5.0% (8000 C, 3 to 4 h) 178.6.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 178.6.7.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 178.6.8.
Salmonella spp.
12.5 l 178.6.9 is not allowed.
E. coli is not permitted 5 g 179.
(E) (II)-425 Konjac glukomannān 179.1.
Definition Konjac glukomannān is a water-soluble polysaccharide of hidrokoloidāl, which is derived from the konjac flour by washing with ethanol-water mixture. Konjac flour is unrefined crude extracted from the perennial plant of the konjac root Amorphophall. The main ingredient is the water-soluble high molecular weight polysaccharide, glukomannān, by which consist of D-mannitol and D-glucose linked to b (1-4) glycosidic links and which the molar ratio is approximately 1.6:1.0.
179.2. Molecular 500000-2 million 179.3.
Not less than 95% of parent common fiber dry matter of 179.4.
Proof of identity: 179.4.1.
Solubility of dispersible in hot or cold water and form a highly viscous solution with pH 5.0-7.0. Heating and mechanical stirring increases solubility of 179.4.2.
Heat-resistant gel formation prepare a 2% solution of the sample by heating it in a boiling water bath for 30 min and stirring constantly. Cool the solution to room temperature. Add the cooled solution 10% potassium carbonate solution with the calculation to one gram of the resin is added to 1 ml of carbonate solution. The mixture is heated to 850 C in a water bath and stirring treats at this temperature for two hours. The formation of thermally stable gel.
179.4.3. viscosity not less than 20 kg: 1st-1 250 C (1% solution) 179.4.
Purity criteria: 179.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 8% (1050 C, 3 h) 179.4.2.
Starch, not more than 1% 179.4.3.
Not more than 1.5% of the proteins (N × 5.7) determine nitrogen by Kjeldahl method. Multiplied by 5.7 percent nitrogen and protein percentage obtained in the sample 179.4.4.
Substances soluble in diethyl ether, not more than 0.5% 179.4.5.
Sulphites not more than 4 mg/kg 179.4.6.
Not more than 0.02% chloride 179.4.7.
Ethanol soluble substances (50%) not more than 2% 179.4.8.
Ash (joint) not more than 2.0% (8000 C, 3 to 4 h) 179.4.9.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 179.4.10.
Salmonella spp.
12.5 l 179.4.11 is not allowed.
E. coli is not permitted 5 180 g.
E 431 Polyoxyethylene (40) stearate-180.1.
Synonymous Polioksil (40) stearate (stearat polyoxyl (40)); polyoxyethylene (40) monostearate (polyoxyethylen (40) monostearat) 180.2.
Definition of polyoxyethylene (40) stearate consists of food of the Mono-and di-stearic mixture and mixed polyoxyethylene-diol, which average polymer length is about 40 oxyethylene groups. Also contains the free polispirt.
180.3. assay not less than 97.5% on the anhydrous 180.4.
Looks like 250 ° C – cream flakes or vaskveid substances with weak smell of 180.5.
Proof of identity: 180.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate and insoluble in mineral 180.5.2.
The pour point of-39 440 C 180.5.3.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 180.6.
Purity criteria: 180.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 180.6.2.
Acid number no more than 1 180.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than 27 and not more than 40 180.6.4.
Saponification number not less than 25 and no more than 35 180.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 180.6.6.
Free ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 180.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 180.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 180.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 180.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 180.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg to 181.
E-432 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monolaurate (polysorbate 20) 181.1.
Synonyms polysorbate 20 (polisorbat 20);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monolaurate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan monolaurat) 181.2.
Definition of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monolaurate is sorbitol and its Mono-and dianhidrīd partial esters with laurīnskāb food blend, which condensed with approximately 20 moles of ethylene oxide mole on sorbitol or 181.3 of the anhydride.
Assay not less than 70% of oksietilēngrup, corresponding to not less than 97.3% of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monolaurāt, calculated on the anhydrous substance 181.4.
Looks like 250 ° C – citrine to Amber oily liquid with a weak characteristic smell of 181.5.
Proof of identity: 181.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate and dioxan, insoluble in light petroleum and mineral 181.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 181.6.
Purity criteria: 181.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 181.6.2.
Acid number no more than 2 181.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 108 181.6.4 96.
Saponification number not less than 40 and not more than 50 181.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 181.6.6.
Free ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 181.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 181.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 181.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 181.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 181.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 182.
E-433 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monooleate (polysorbate 80) 182.1.
Synonyms of Polisorbat 80 (polisorbat-80);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monooleate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan monooleat) 182.2.
Definition of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monooleate is sorbitol and its Mono-and dianhidrīd partial esters with oleic acid food blend, which condensed with approximately 20 moles of ethylene oxide mole on sorbitol or anhydride of 182.3.
Not less than 65% of the parent oksietilēngrup, corresponding to not less than 96.5% of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monooleate, calculated on the anhydrous substance 182.4.
Looks like 250 ° C – citrine to Amber oily liquid with a weak characteristic smell of 182.5.
Proof of identity: 182.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate and toluene, mineral oils and insoluble in light petroleum 182.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 182.6.
Purity criteria: 182.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 182.6.2.
Acid number no more than 2 182.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 80 182.6.4 65.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 55 45 182.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 182.6.6.
Free ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 182.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 182.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 182.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 182.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 182.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 183.
E-434 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monopalmitate (polysorbate 40) 183.1.
Synonyms Polisorbat 40 (polysorbat-40);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monopalmitate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan monopalmitat) 183.2.
Definition of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monopalmitate is sorbitol and its Mono-and dianhidrīd partial esters with palmitīnskāb food blend, which condensed with approximately 20 moles of ethylene oxide mole on sorbitol or anhydride of 183.3.
Assay

Not less than 66% oksietilēngrup that meets not less than 97% of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monopalmitāt, calculated on the anhydrous substance 183.4.
Looks like 250 ° C – citrine to Orange oily liquid or gel with a weak characteristic smell of 183.5.
Proof of identity: 183.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate and acetone, mineral oil does not dissolve in 183.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 183.6.
Purity criteria: 183.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 183.6.2.
Acid number no more than 2 183.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than 90 and not more than 107 183.6.4.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 52 183.6.5 41.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 183.6.6.
Free ethylene oxide not more than 1 mg/kg 183.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 183.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 183.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 183.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 183.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 183.6.12.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 184.
E-435 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monostearate (polysorbate 60) 184.1.
Synonyms polysorbate 60 (polisorbat-60);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monostearate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan monostearat) 184.2.
Definition of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monostearate is sorbitol and its Mono-and dianhidrīd partial esters with stearic food blend, which condensed with approximately 20 moles of ethylene oxide mole on sorbitol or anhydride of 184.3.
Not less than 65% of the parent oksietilēngrup, corresponding to not less than 97% of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monostearāt, calculated on the anhydrous substance 184.4.
Looks like 250 ° C – citrine to Orange oily liquid or gel with a weak characteristic smell of 184.5.
Proof of identity: 184.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethyl acetate and toluene insoluble in mineral oil, vegetable oils and 184.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 184.6.
Purity criteria: 184.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 184.6.2.
Acid number no more than 2 184.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 96 81 184.6.4.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 55 45 184.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 184.6.6.
Free ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 184.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 184.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 184.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 184.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 184.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 185.
E-436 polyoxyethylene sorbitan tristearate (polysorbate 65) 185.1.
Synonyms polysorbate 65 (polisorbat-65);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan tristearate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan tristearat) 185.2.
Definition of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan tristearate is sorbitol and its Mono-and dianhidrīd partial esters with stearic food blend, which condensed with approximately 20 moles of ethylene oxide mole on sorbitol or anhydride of 185.3.
Assay not less than 46% oksietilēngrup, corresponding to not less than 96% of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan tristearāt, calculated on the anhydrous substance 185.4.
Looks like 250 ° C – tawny vaskveid substance with weak characteristic smell of 185.
Proof of identity: 185.5.1.
Dispersible solubility in water, soluble in mineral oil, vegetable oil, light petroleum, acetone, in diethyl ether, ethanol and methanol dioxan, in 185.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 185.5.3.
The pour point of-330 C 29 185.6.
Purity criteria: 185.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 185.6.2.
Acid number no more than 2 185.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than 40 and not more than 60 185.6.4.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 88 98 185.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 185.6.6.
Free ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 185.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 185.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 185.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 185.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 185.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 186.
E 440 pectin (I)-186.1.
The definition of product consists of part of poligalakturonskāb metilesterificēt and its sodium, potassium, calcium and ammonium salts. It is obtained by extraction with water, food plants, usually citrus or apples. For precipitation can only use methanol, ethanol and propan-2-ol.
186.2. Einecs 232-553-0 186.3.
Assay of galakturonskāb not less than 65% ash-free and the anhydrous after washing with acid and ethanol 186.4.
Looks like a white, yellowish, pale greyish or pale brownish powder 186.5.
Proof of identity-solubility soluble in water, forming a colloidal opaliscējoš solution, insoluble in ethanol 186.6.
Purity criteria: 186.6.1.
Loss on drying not more than 12% (1050 C, 2 h) 186.6.2.
Acid insoluble ash not more than 1% (does not dissolve about 3 HCL) 186.6.3.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 186.6.4.
Not more than 1.0% nitrogen, after washing with acid and ethanol 186.6.5.
Methanol, ethanol, propan-2-ol and not more than 1%, alone or in combination, calculated on the anhydrous basis to 186.6.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 186.6.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 186.6.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 186.6.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 186.6.10.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 187.
(E) (II)-Amidēt of 440 pectin 187.1.
The definition of product consists of metilesterificēt and amidēt part of the poligalakturonskāb and its sodium, potassium, calcium and ammonium salts. It is obtained by extraction with water, food plants, usually citrus or apples, and treating with ammonia, alkaline environment. For precipitation can only use methanol, ethanol and propan-2-ol.
187.2. assay not less than 65% of the ash-free and the galakturonskāb on the anhydrous basis after washing with acid and ethanol 187.3.
Looks like a white, yellowish, pale greyish or pale brownish powder 187.4.
Proof of identity-solubility soluble in water, forming a colloidal opaliscējoš solution, insoluble in ethanol 187.5.
Purity criteria: 187.5.1.
Loss on drying not more than 12% (1050 C, 2 h) 187.5.2.
Acid insoluble ash not more than 1% (does not dissolve about 3 HCL) 187.5.3.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg of anhydrous 187.5.4.
The degree of Amidēšan not more than 25% of the number of 187.5.5 karboksilgrup of pectin.
Not more than 2.5% nitrogen, after washing with acid and ethanol 187.5.6.
Methanol, ethanol, propan-2-ol and not more than 1%, alone or in combination, calculated that the substance does not contain volatile substances 187.5.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 187.5.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 187.5.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 187.5.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 187.5.11.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 188.
E 442 ammonium fosfatīd – to 188.1.
Synonymous Fosfatīdskāb of ammonium salts (ammonium of phosphatidic acid of cold);
in the form of glycerides of fosforilēt ammonium salt mixture (mixed cold of Honeywell of phosphorylated glycerid) 188.2.
The definition of the product consists of a mixture of ammonium salts of fosfatīdskābj, which is derived from edible fats and oils (usually partially lyophilising canola oil). One, two or three glicerīdgrup can be bound to phosphorus. In addition, the two fosforester can be connected as fosfatidilfosfatīd.
188.3. assay not less than 3% and not more than 3.4% phosphorus (by weight) and not less than 1.2% and not more than 1.5% ammonium (as nitrogen) 188.4.
Looks like oily semi-liquid substance 188.5.
Proof of identity: 188.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, Not partially soluble in acetone, ethanol and soluble in fats 188.5.2.
Positive fatty acids, phosphate and glycerol test in 188.6.
Purity criteria: 188.6.1.
Light petroleum substances insoluble not more than 2.5% 188.6.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 188.6.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 188.6.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 188.6.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 188.6.6.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 189.
E 444 sucrose acetate for izobutirāt-189.1.
Synonyms SAIB 189.2.
Definition of sucrose acetate izobutirāt is a mixture of products resulting from the food at esterifikācij of sucrose with acetic anhydride and izosviestskāb anhydride, if the reaction mixture is pārdestil. The product mixture contains all possible combinations of esters and acetates molar ratio is about 2 izobutirāt: 6 189.3.
Einecs 204-771-6 189.4.
The chemical name of 189.5 sucrose di(acetate) heksaizobutirāt.
Chemical formula C40H62O19 189.6.
Molecular weight approximately 832-856 (C40H62O19 = 846.9) 189.7.
Assay not less than 98.8% and up to 101.9% C40H62O19 189.8.
Looks like a pale straw-colored clear liquid with a weak odour 189.9.
Proof of identity: 189.9.1.
Solubility

Insoluble in water, soluble in organic solvents, 189.9.2.
Specific weight [d] 25 d = 1,151 1,141-189.9.3.
Refractive index [n] 40 d = 1,4492 – 1,4504 189.10.
Purity criteria: 189.10.1.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 540 189.10.2 524.
Acid number no more than 0.2 189.10.3.
Not more than 0.1% triacetin 189.10.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 189.10.5.
Lead not more than 3 mg/kg 189.10.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 189.10.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 189.10.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 5 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 190.
E 445: glycerol esters of wood Rosin 190.1.
Synonyms Ester resins (Ester gum) 190.2.
Definition and description of acquisition rosin glycerol esters of wood Rosin is a tri-kolofonijskābj and diglicerīnester blend. It is obtained from old pine stump, solvent extraction and purification of the product. This title shall not apply to substances that are derived from the resin of the pine as a growing izsvīdumsveķ, and on the substances obtained from tall resins, which is Kraft-a by-product of pulp production. Glycerol ester of wood Rosin consists of about 90% sveķskābj and 10% neutral substances other than acids. Resin acids are isomers of the diterpenoīd fraction of the monokarbonskābj mixture with the empirical formula C20H30O2, the main of which is abietīnskāb. The substance is purified by distillation with water vapor.
190.3. Looks like a solid yellow to pale amber in 190.4.
Proof of identity: 190.4.1.
Solubility soluble in water, Not soluble in acetone 190.4.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of the substance to 190.5.
Purity criteria: 190.5.1.
The specific weight of the solution [d] 2025-not less than 50%, d 0.935-limonen (97%, v.t. 175.5 176.00 C, [d]-204 = 0.84) solution 190.5.2.
Softening point (Ring and Ball Softening range) 82-900 C 190.5.3.
Acid number not less than 3 and not more than 9 190.5.4.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than 15 and no more than 45 190.5.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 190.5.6.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 190.5.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 190.5.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 190.5.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 190.5.10.
Tall oil gum when the sulphurous organic connections heated in the presence of sodium formates, mourning becomes the medium, which easily can be identified with lead acetate paper. Positive test indicates that the product is a tall oil gum Rosin resins, instead.
191. E 450 (I) disodium diphosphate-191.1.
Synonyms of disodium dihidrogēndifosfāt (disodi dihydrogen diphosphat Forum); disodium dihidrogēnpirofosfāt (disodi dihydrogen pyrophosphat Forum); sodium acid pyrophosphate (pyrophosphat acid of sodium) 191.2.
Einecs 231-835-0 191.3.
The chemical name is dihidrogēndifosfāt disodium 191.4.
Chemical formula Na2H2P2O7 191.5.
Molecular weight 221.94 191.6.
Not less than 95% of the parent disodium difosfāt, and no less than 63% and not more than 64.5%, calculated as P2O5 191.7.
Looks like a white powder or granules 191.8.
Proof of identity: 191.8.1.
The solubility of water soluble 191.8.2.
The positive sodium ions and phosphate tests 191.9.
Purity criteria: 191.9.1.
3.7-5.0 pH (1% solution) 191.9.2.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (1050 C, 4 h) 191.9.3.
Water insoluble substance, not more than 1% 191.9.4.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 191.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 191.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 191.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 191.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg/192.
E 450 (II) Trisodium diphosphate-192.1.
Synonyms acid trisodium pyrophosphate (trisodi of pyrophosphat acid); trisodium monohidrogēndifosfāt (trisodi of diphosphat monohydrogen) 192.2.
Einecs number 238-735-6 192.3.
Chemical formula H2 Na3HP2O7. O (monohydrate);
Na3HP2O7 (anhydrous) 192.4.
261.95 (mohidrāt) molecular weight 243.93 (anhydrous) 192.5.
Assay not less than 95% on the anhydrous basis and not less than 57% and not more than 59%, calculated as P2O5 192.6.
Looks like a white powder or granules 192.7.
Proof of identity: 192.7.1.
The solubility of water soluble 192.7.2.
The positive sodium ions and phosphate test for 192.8.
Purity criteria: 192.8.1.
6.7-7.5 pH (1% solution) loss on calcination of 4.5% on the anhydrous basis; 11.5% of 192.8.2 monohydrate.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (1050 C, 4 h) 192.8.3.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 192.8.4.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 192.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 192.8.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 192.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 192.8.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg/193.
E 450 (iii) Tetrasodium diphosphate-193.1.
Synonyms Tetrasodium pyrophosphate (tetrasodi of pyrophosphat); sodium pyrophosphate (sodium pyrophosphat) 193.2.
Einecs 231-767-1 193.3.
Chemical name Tetrasodium diphosphate 193.4.
Chemical formula Na4P2O7 (anhydrous);
Na4P2O7 × 10h2o (dekahidrāt) 193.5.
Molecular weight 265.94 (anhydrous); 446.09 (dekahidrāt) 193.6.
Not less than 95% of gangue calcined substance, and not less than 52.5% and no more than 54%, calculated as P2O5 193.7.
Looks like a colorless crystals, white crystalline or granular powder. Dekahidrāt dry air loses water of crystallization.
proof of identity: 193.8.193.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 193.8.2.
The positive sodium ions and phosphate tests 193.9.
Purity criteria: 193.9.1.
pH 9.8-10.8 (1% solution) 193.9.2.
Loss on calcination, not more than 0.5% on the anhydrous basis, 38-42% dekahidrāt, in both cases determined after drying 1050 ° C for four hours and 30 min of calcination temperature of 5500 193.9.3.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 193.9.4.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 193.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 193.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 193.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 193.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg/194.
E 450 (V) tetrapotassium diphosphate 194.1.
Tetrapotassium pyrophosphate synonyms (tetrapotassi of pyrophosphat); potassium pyrophosphate (potassi Forum pyrophosphat) 194.2.
Einecs number 227-785-7 194.3.
Chemical name tetrapotassium diphosphate 194.4.
Chemical formula K4P2O7 194.5.
Molecular weight 330.34 194.6.
Not less than 95% of gangue calcined substance, and not less than 42% and not more than 43.7%, calculated as P2O5 194.7.
Looks like a colourless crystals or white, very hygroscopic powder 194.8.
Proof of identity: 194.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 194.8.2.
Phosphate and potassium positive ions tests 194.9.
Purity criteria: 194.9.1.
10.0-10.8 pH (1% water solution) 194.9.2.
Loss on calcination, not more than 2% (1050 C and 5500 C, 4 h, 30 min) 194.9.3.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.2% 194.9.4.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 194.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 194.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 194.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 194.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 195.
E 450 (VI) Dicalcium diphosphate-195.1.
Synonyms of calcium pyrophosphate (calcium pyrophosphat) 195.2.
Einecs 232-221-5 195.3.
The chemical name for Dicalcium diphosphate; dicalcium pyrophosphate 195.4.
Chemical formula Ca2P2O7 195.5.
Molecular weight 254.12 195.6.
Not less than 96% of the parent Ca2P2O7 and not less than 55% and not more than 56%, calculated as P2O5 195.7.
Looks like a fine white powder without flavor 195.8.
Proof of identity: 195.8.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in dilute hydrochloric acid and nitric acid 195.8.2.
Positive phosphate and calcium ion tests 195.9.
Purity criteria: 195.9.1.
pH 5.5-7.0 (10% in suspension in the water) 195.9.2.
Loss on calcination, not more than 1.5% (800 ± 250 C, 30 min) 195.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 50 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 195.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 195.9.5.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 195.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 195.9.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg at 196.
E 450 (VII) calcium dihidrogēndifosfāt for 196.1.
Synonyms acid calcium pyrophosphate (pyrophosphat acid calcium); dihidrogēnpirofosfāt of the monocalcium (monocalci of dihydrogen pyrophosphat) 196.2.
Einecs number 238-933-2 196.3.
Chemical name calcium dihidrogēndifosfāt of 196.4.
Chemical formula CaH2P2O7 196.5.
Molecular weight 215.97 196.6.
Assay not less than 90% on the anhydrous basis and not less than 61% and not more than 64%, calculated as P2O5 196.7.
Looks like white crystals or powder 196.8.
Identity proof-positive ions and calcium phosphate tests 196.9.
Purity criteria: 196.9.1.
Acid insoluble substance not more than 0.4% 196.9.2.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as fluorine 196.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 196.9.4.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 196.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 196.9.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg/197.
E 451 (I) – the Pentanātrij triphosphate 197.1.
Synonyms

Pentanātrij the Tripolyphosphate (pentasodi of tripolyphosphat); sodium tripolyphosphate (sodium tripolyphosphat) 197.2.
Einecs 231-838-7 197.3.
The chemical name of Pentanātrij triphosphate 197.4.
Chemical formula nH2-Na5O10P3 × (n = 0 or 7) 197.5.
Molecular weight 367.86 197.6.
Not less than 85% basic substance (anhydrous) or 65% (hexahydrate) and not less than 56% and not more than 59% (anhydrous) or not less than 43% and not more than 45% (hexahydrate), calculated as P2O5 197.7.
Looks like a little White hygroscopic powder or pellets of 197.8.
Proof of identity: 197.8.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 197.8.2.
9.1-10.2 pH (1% solution) 197.8.3.
Positive phosphate and sodium ion tests 197.9.
Purity criteria: 197.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.7% (1050 C, 1 h, anhydrous); not more than 23.5% (600 C, 1 h and 1050 C, 4 h, hexahydrate) 197.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.1% 197.9.3.
Higher polyphosphates, not more than 1% 197.9.4.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 197.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 197.9.6.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 197.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 197.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 198.
E 451 (II) pentapotassium triphosphate 198.1.
Pentapotassium Tripolyphosphate synonyms (pentapotassi of tripolyphosphat); potassium triphosphate (potassi Forum triphosphat); potassium Tripolyphosphate (tripolyphosphat of potassi) 198.2.
Einecs number 237-574-9 198.3.
Chemical name pentapotassium triphosphate; pentapotassium Tripolyphosphate 198.4.
Chemical formula K5O10P3 198.5.
Molecular weight 448.42 198.6.
Not less than 85% of the parent of the dried substance and not less as 46.5% and not more than 48%, calculated as P2O5 198.7.
Looks like a white hygroscopic powder or pellets of 198.8.
Proof of identity: 198.8.1.
Very good solubility in water soluble 198.8.2.
9.2 10.5-pH (1% solution) 198.8.3.
Phosphate and potassium positive ions tests 198.9.
Purity criteria: 198.9.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 0.4% (1050 C and 5500 C, 4 h, 30 min) 198.9.2.
Water-insoluble matter in no more than 2% 198.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 198.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 198.9.5.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 198.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 198.9.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg/199.
E 452 (I) sodium Polyphosphate-199.1.
Soluble Polyphosphate 199.1.1.
Synonyms Sodium hexametaphosphate (sodium hexametaphosphat); sodium tetrapolifosfāt (sodium tetrapolyphosphat); Graham salt (Graham's salt); glassy sodium Polyphosphate (sodium polyphosphat, glassy); sodium polimetafosfāt (sodium polymetaphosphat); sodium metafosfāt (sodium metaphosphat) 199.1.2.
Definition and description of acquisition soluble sodium polyphosphates are obtained by melting and then chilling sodium orthophosphate. It is a connection class, which consists of various amorphous, water soluble Polyphosphate, created from the metafosfāt group of linear chains (NaPO3) x where x ³ 2 and chains at the ends is the Na2PO4 group. These substances are usually identified by a relation or by P2O5 Na2O/P2O5 content. Na2O/P2O5 ratio varies from approximately 1.3 (sodium tetrapolifosfāt), which is approximately 4 x, up to 1.1 (Graham salt, commonly referred to as sodium heksametafosfāt), where x = 13 to 18, and to about 1.0 (lielmolekulārosnātrij-polifosfāto), where x = 20 to 100 or more. This connection solution pH varies from 3.0 to 9.0 199.1.3.
Einecs number 247-808-3 199.1.4.
The chemical name is sodium Polyphosphate 199.1.5.
Chemical formula of linear condensed polifosforskābj with the general formula H (n + 2) Pn (3n + 1), where n is less than 2, the sodium salts of the heterogeneous mixture of 199.1.6.
Molecular weight (102) n 199.1.7.
Assay not less than 60% and not more than 71%, calculated as P2O5 calcined substance 199.1.8.
Looks like a colorless transparent glassy pieces, granules or powder 199.1.9.
Proof of identity: 199.1.9.1.
Very good solubility in water soluble 199.1.9.2.
Positive phosphate and sodium ion in the 199.1.9.3 test.
pH 3.0-9.0 (1% water solution) 199.1.10.
Purity criteria: 199.1.10.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 1% 199.1.10.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.1% 199.1.10.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 199.1.10.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 199.1.10.5.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 199.1.10.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 199.1.10.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg of 199.2.
The insoluble Polyphosphate 199.2.1.
Synonyms Not soluble sodium metafosfāt (insolubl of sodium metaphosphat); Madrel salt (Maddrell's salt); insoluble sodium Polyphosphate (sodium polyphosphat, a insolubl IMP) 199.2.2.
Definition of the insoluble high molecular weight of sodium metafosfāt is sodium Polyphosphate composed of two long chains (NaPO3) metafosfāt x, which laced spiraled around an axis in the opposite direction. Na2O/P2O5 ratio is approximately 1.0. suspension of the substance in water (1/3) pH is around 6.5.
199.2.3. Einecs number 247-808-3 199.2.4.
The chemical name is sodium Polyphosphate 199.2.5.
Chemical formula of linear condensed polifosforskābj with the general formula H (n + 2) Pn (3n + 1), where n is less than 2, the sodium salts of the heterogeneous mixture of 199.2.6.
Molecular weight (102) n 199.2.7.
Assay not less than 68.7% and not more than 70%, calculated as P2O5 199.2.8.
Looks like a White crystalline powder 199.2.9.
Proof of identity: 199.2.9.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in mineral acids and potassium and ammonium (but not sodium) chlorides solutions 199.2.9.2.
Positive phosphate and sodium ion in the 199.2.9.3 test.
Ph around 6.5 (water in suspension 1/3) 199.2.10.
Purity criteria: 199.2.10.1.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 199.2.10.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 199.2.10.3.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 199.2.10.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 199.2.10.5.
Cadmium is not more than 1 mg/kg 200.
E 452 (II) Potassium Polyphosphate-200.1.
Synonyms potassium metafosfāt (metaphosphat of potassi); potassium polimetafosfāt (polymetaphosphat of potassi); Kurol salt (Kurrol Island) 200.2.
Einecs 232-212-6 200.3.
Chemical formula of (KPO3) n potassium Polyphosphate is linear condensed the polifosforskābj with the general formula H (n + 2) Pn (3n + 1), where n is less than 2, the potassium salts of the heterogeneous mixture of 200.4.
The chemical name for potassium Polyphosphate 200.5.
Molecular weight (118) n 200.6.
Assay not less than 53.5% and up to 61.5% P2O5, calculated for calcined substance to 200.7.
Looks like a fine white powder or crystals or colourless glassy platelets 200.8.
Proof of identity: 200.8.1.
The solubility of 1 g of the sample into a 100 ml dissolve 4% sodium acetate 200.8.2.
not more than 7.8 pH (1% solution) 200.8.3.
Phosphate and potassium positive ions tests 200.9.
Purity criteria: 200.9.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 2% (1050 C and 5500 C, 4 h, 30 min) 200.9.2.
Cyclic phosphates of not more than 8% of P2O5 content 200.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 200.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 200.9.5.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 200.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 200.9.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 201.
E 452 (iv) calcium Polyphosphate, sodium 201.1.
Einecs number 233-782-9 201.2.
The chemical name is sodium calcium Polyphosphate 201.3.
Chemical formula (NaPO3) n Cao where n is typically 5 201.4.
Assay not less than 61% and not more than 69%, calculated as P2O5 201.5.
Looks like white glassy crystals or beads 201.6.
Proof of identity: 201.6.1.
about 5-7 pH (1% mixture with water) 201.6.2.
Cao 7-15.5% 201.7.
Purity criteria: 201.7.1.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 201.7.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 201.7.3.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 201.7.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg of Cadmium 201.7.5 not more than 1 mg/kg/202.
E 452 (IV) calcium Polyphosphate 202.1.
Synonymous metafosfāt of calcium (calcium metaphosphat); polimetafosfāt calcium (calcium polymetaphosphat) 202.2.
Einecs number 236-769-6 202.3.
Chemical name calcium Polyphosphate 202.4.
Chemical formula of calcium Polyphosphate (CaP2O6) n is condensed in the polifosforskāb with the general formula H (n + 2) Pn (n + 1), where n is less than 2, calcium salts heterogeneous mix of 202.5.
Molecular weight (198) n 202.6.
P2O5 content of not less than 71% and not more than 73% calcined substance 202.7.
Looks like a colourless Crystal or white powder without flavor 202.8.
Proof of identity: 202.8.1.
Solubility is usually not completely soluble in water, soluble in acid medium 202.8.2.
Positive phosphate and calcium ion in the 202.8.3 test.
Cao-29.5% 27 202.9.
Purity criteria: 202.9.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 2% (1050 C and 5500 C, 4 h, 30 min) 202.9.2.
Cyclic phosphates of not more than 8% of P2O5 content 202.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg 202.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 202.9.5.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 202.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 202.9.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg/203.
E 459 beta-Cyclodextrin-203.1.
Definition and description of acquisition

b-Cyclodextrin is not reducing cyclic Saccharides obtained, consisting of seven 1.4-linked D-glukopiranozil units. Product manufactured with cikloglikoziltransferāz (CGTāz) enzyme, derived from Bacillus, Paenibacillus circulan maceran or recombinant Bacillus licheniformis strain SJ1608 in the partially hydrolysed 203.2.
The chemical name is Cikloheptaamiloz 203.3.
Einecs 231-493-2 203.4.
Chemical formula (C6H10O5) 7 203.5.
Molecular 1135 203.6.
Not less than 98.0% assay anhydrous 203.7.
Looks like a slightly sweet white or almost white crystalline substance without aroma 203.8.
Proof of identity: 203.8.1.
The solubility of poorly soluble in water, well soluble in hot water, slightly soluble in ethanol 203.8.2.
Specific optical rotation angle [a] 25 d = (1600) – (+ 1640) (1% solution) 203.9.
Purity criteria: 203.9.1.
Other Cyclodextrin in no more than 2% on the anhydrous 203.9.2.
The balance of the solvents (toluene and trichloroethylene) not more than 1 mg/kg for each solvent 203.9.3.
Water not more than 14% (Karl Fischer) 203.9.4.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 203.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 203.9.6.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, 204.
E 460-(I) microcrystalline cellulose 204.1.
Synonyms cellulose gel (gel-cellulos) 204.2.
Definition microcrystalline cellulose is stripped, partially depolymerised cellulose obtained by treatment with mineral acids of Alpha-Cellulose, obtained as a soft mass (pulp) of natural fibrous plant material. The degree of polymerization of less than 400 204.3.
Einecs 232-674-9 204.4.
Chemical name pulp 204.5.
Chemical formula (C6H10O5) n 204.6.
Molecular weight approximately 36000 204.7.
Assay not less than 97%, calculated as anhydrous pulp 204.8.
Looks like a Fine white or off-white powder without flavor 204.9.
Proof of identity: 204.9.1.
Solubility soluble in water, Not in ethanol, diethyl ether and the diluted mineral acids, slightly soluble in sodium hydroxide solution 204.9.2.
Color response at 1 mg of sample, add 1 ml of phosphoric acid and heat in a water bath for 30 minutes. Add 4 ml of phosphoric acid pirokatehīn solution (1/4) and heat for 30 min appears in red colour.
204.9.3. Identification with infrared spectroscopy method 204.9.4.
Suspension test 5 minutes stir 30 g of the sample to the 270 ml of water in a mixer motor (12000 RPM). The resulting mixture is free to current suspension or heavy, lumpy, hard running suspension that hard layers and contains much on the air bubble. If you get a free running 100 ml of the suspension, transfer to a 100 ml measuring cylinder and allow to stand for one hour. Alight sediment and separates the virsnogulšņ fluid.
204.10. Purity criteria: 204.10.1.
Loss on drying not more than 7% (1050 C, 3 h) 204.10.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 204.10.3.
Water soluble substances up to 0.24% 204.10.4.
5.0-7.5 pH (10% suspension in water solution virsnogulšņ) 204.10.5.
Starch is not permitted at 20 ml variances, obtained through suspension test (200.9.4.), add a few drops of iodine solution and mix. May not appear blue or blue-violet coloration 204.10.6.
Particle size not less than 5 m m (no more than 10% of the particles of less than 5 m m) 204.10.7.
Not more than 1% of Karboksilgrup 204.10.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 204.10.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 204.10.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 204.10.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 204.10.12.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 205.
(E) (II) 460-cellulose powder 205.1.
Definition of cellulose powder is purified, mechanically crushed pulp prepared by treating an alpha-cellulose obtained as a soft mass (pulp) of natural fibrous plant material 205.2.
Einecs 232-674-9 205.3.
Chemical name cellulose; linear polymer 1:4 linked glucose groups 205.4.
Chemical formula (C6H10O5) n 205.5.
Molecular weight (162) n (n is 1000 and more) 205.6.
Assay not less than 92% 205.7.
Looks like white powder without flavor 205.8.
Proof of identity: 205.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water, Not in ethanol, diethyl ether and the diluted mineral acids, slightly soluble in sodium hydroxide solution 205.8.2.
Suspension test 5 minutes stir 30 g of the sample to the 270 ml of water in a mixer motor (12000 RPM). The resulting mixture is free to current suspension or heavy, lumpy, hard running suspension that hard layers and contains much on the air bubble. If you get a free running 100 ml of the suspension, transfer to a 100 ml measuring cylinder and allow to stand for one hour. Alight sediment and separates the virsnogulšņ fluid.
205.9. Purity criteria: 205.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 7% (1050 C, 3 h) 205.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.3%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 205.9.3.
Water soluble substances not more than 1.0% 205.9.4.
5.0-7.5 pH (10% suspension in water solution virsnogulšņ) 205.9.5.
Starch is not permitted at 20 ml variances, obtained by suspension test (201.8.2.), add a few drops of iodine solution and mix. May not appear violet blue or blue coloration.
205.9.6. Particle size not less than 5 m m (no more than 10% of the particles of less than 5 m) 205.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 205.9.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 205.9.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 205.9.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 205.9.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 206.
E 461 methyl cellulose-206.1-.
Synonyms of pulp-allylanisole (a methyl ether Cellulos) 206.2.
Definition of methyl cellulose is cellulose obtained directly from a natural fibrous plant material, which is part of eterificēt-substituted.
206.3. The chemical name of the pulp-allylanisole 206.4.
Chemical formula polymer content replaced anhidroglikoz teams with the general formula of the C6H7O2 (OR1) (OR2) (OR3), where R1, R2, R3 each may contain one of the following groups:-H,-CH3 or-CH2CH3 206.5.
Molecular weight of 20000-380000 206.6.
Assay not less than 25% and not more than 33% metoksigrup (-OCH3) and not more than 5% of hidroksietoksigrup (-OCH2CH2OH) 206.7.
Looks like a Hygroscopic white, yellowish or greyish granular or fibrous powder without smell and taste 206.8.
Proof of identity-solubility in water to swell, creating clear to the viscous colloidal opalescējoš solution, insoluble in diethyl ether and ethanol, chloroform, soluble in glacial acetic acid 206.9.
Purity criteria: 206.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 10% (1050 C, 3 h) 206.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 1.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 206.9.3.
pH 5.0-8.0 (1% colloidal solution) 206.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 206.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 206.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 206.9.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 206.9.8.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 207.
E-Hidroksipropilceluloz 463-207.1.
Synonyms pulp hidroksipropilēter (in hydroxypropyl ether cellulos) 207.2.
The definition of Hidroksipropilceluloz is cellulose obtained directly from a natural fibrous plant material, which is partially eterificēt with hidroksipropilgrup.
207.3. Cellulose chemical name hidroksipropilēter a 207.4.
Chemical formula polymer content replaced anhidroglikoz teams with the general formula of the C6H7O2 (OR1) (OR2) (OR3), where R1, R2, R3 each may contain one of the following groups:-H,-CH2CHOHCH3,-CH2CH (CH2CHOHCH3) CH3 or-CH2CH [CH2CH (CH2CHOHCH3) CH3] CH3 207.5.
Molecular weight – 30000 1000000 207.6.
Assay of content on the anhydrous basis not less than 80.5% hidroksipropoksigrup (-OCH2CHOHCH3), corresponding to not more than 4.6 hidroksipropilgrup single anhidroglikoz group 207.7.
Looks like a slightly hygroscopic white, yellowish or off-white granular or fibrous powder without smell and taste 207.8.
Proof of identity: 207.8.1.
Solubility in water to swell, creating clear to the viscous colloidal opalescējoš solution, soluble in ethanol, insoluble in diethyl ether 207.8.2.
Gas chromatography Substitute determined by gas chromatography method for 207.9.
Purity criteria: 207.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 10% (1050 C, 3 h) 207.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 207.9.3.
pH 5.0-8.0 (1% colloidal solution) 207.9.4.
Propylene hlorhidrīn not more than 0.1 mg/kg 207.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 207.9.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 207.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 207.9.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 207.9.9.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 208.
E-208.1.464, hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose
Definition of hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose is cellulose obtained directly from a natural fibrous plant material, which is part of eterificēt-substituted and contains small amounts of hidroksipropilaizvietotāj.
208.2. The chemical name Methyl 2-hidroksipropilēter of the 208.3.
Chemical formula

Polymer content replaced anhidroglikoz teams with the general formula of the C6H7O2 (OR1) (OR2) (OR3), where R1, R2, R3 each may contain one of the following groups:-H,-CH3,-CH2CHOHCH3,-CH2CH (CH2CHOHCH3) CH3 or-CH2CH [CH2CH (CH2CHOHCH3) CH3] CH3 208.4.
Molecular weight: 13000 200000 208.5.
Assay of content on the anhydrous basis not less than 19% and not more than 30% metoksigrup (-OCH3) and not less than 3% and not more than 12% of hidroksipropoksigrup (-OCH2CHOHCH3) 208.6.
Looks like a Hygroscopic white, yellowish or off-white granular or fibrous powder without taste and smell 208.7.
Proof of identity: 208.7.1.
Solubility in water to swell, creating clear to the viscous colloidal opalescējoš solution, insoluble in ethanol, 208.7.2.
Gas chromatography Substitute determined by Gas chromatographic method 208.8.
Purity criteria: 208.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 10% (1050 C, 3 h) 208.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 1.5% for products with a viscosity of 50 MPA × s or more; not more than 3% for products with a viscosity of less than 50 MPA × s 208.8.3.
pH 5.0-8.0 (1% colloidal solution) 208.8.4.
Propylene hlorhidrīn not more than 0.1 mg/kg 208.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 208.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 208.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 208.8.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 208.8.9.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 209.
E-Etilmetilceluloz-465 209.1.
Synonymous Metiletilceluloz of 209.2.
The definition of Etilmetilceluloz is cellulose obtained directly from a natural fibrous plant material, which is partially eterificēt with methyl-and etilgrup.
209.3. The chemical name of the pulp etilmetilēter 209.4.
Chemical formula polymer content replaced anhidroglikoz teams with the general formula of the C6H7O2 (OR1) (OR2) (OR3), where R1, R2, R3 each may contain one of the following groups:-H,-CH3,-CH2CH3 209.5.
30000-40000 MW 209.6.
Assay not less than 3.5% and not more than 6.5% (-OCH3) metoksigrup, no less than 14.5% and not more than 19% of ethoxyl groups (-OCH2CH3) 13.2% and no less than and no more than 19.6% total alkoksigrup calculated as metoksigrup (anhydrous) 209.7.
Looks like the yellowish fibre or Hygroscopic powder without smell and taste 209.8.
Proof of identity-solubility in water to swell, creating clear to the viscous colloidal opalescējoš solution, soluble in ethanol, insoluble in diethyl ether.
209.9. Purity criteria: 209.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (fibres) and not more than 10% (powder) (1050 C, constant weight) 209.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.6% 209.9.3.
pH 5.0-8.0 (1% colloidal solution) 209.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 209.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 209.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 209.9.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 209.9.8.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead 210.
E-Karboksimetilceluloz, 466 karboksimetilceluloz sodium salt of 210.1.
Synonyms KMC (CMC); NaKMC (NaCMC); sodium KMC (sodium CMC); cellulose gum (cellulos seedling) 210.2.
Definition Karboksimetilceluloz is part of the pulp karboksimetilēter sodium salt; cellulose is derived directly from natural, fibrous plant material 210.3.
Cellulose chemical name karboksimetilēter sodium salt 210.4.
Chemical formula polymer content replaced anhidroglikoz teams with the general formula of the C6H7O2 (OR1) (OR2) (OR3), where R1, R2, R3 each may contain one of the following groups:-H-CH2COON, the-CH2COOH 210.5.
Molecular weight greater than 17000 (degree of polymerization, around 100) 210.6.
Not less than 99.5% assay anhydrous 210.7.
Looks like a slightly hygroscopic white, yellowish or greyish granular or fibrous powder without smell and taste 210.8.
Proof of identity: 210.8.1.
The solubility of water forms a viscous colloidal solution, insoluble in ethanol, 210.8.2.
Foam test 1% solution of the sample of intense shaking. There's a layer of foam. This test distinguishes sodium karboksimetilceluloz from other cellulose ethers.
210.8.3. Pellet formation at 5 ml 0.5% solution of the sample add 5 ml of a 5% copper sulphate or aluminum sulphate solution. The formation of the precipitate. This test distinguishes sodium karboksimetilceluloz from other cellulose ethers and from gelatine, a white Acacia resin and tragakant.
210.8.4. Color reaction of sodium karboksimetilceluloz 0.5 g powder to add 50 ml of water, stirring until a homogeneous dispersion. Continue to stir until a clear solution, which is used for the test.
To 1 ml of the sample diluted with the appropriate quantity of water in a small test tube add five drops of 1-naphthol solution. Tube bending angle and carefully pour over the walls of the tube 2 ml of sulphuric acid to form a bottom layer. On the layer boundaries appear purple red colour.
210.9. Purity criteria: 210.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 12% (1050 C to constant weight) 210.9.2.
The degree of substitution of not less than 0.2 and not more than 1.5 karboksimetilgrup (the-CH2COOH) anhidroglikoz group 210.9.3.
pH-5.0 8.5 (1% colloidal solution) 210.9.4.
Glikolāt not more than 0.4% calculated as the anhydrous sodium glycolate in 210.9.5.
Not more than 12.4% sodium anhydrous 210.9.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 210.9.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 210.9.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 210.9.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 210.9.10.
Heavy metals up to 20 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 211.
E-Šķēsšūt-karboksimetilceluloz-468 sodium salt 211.1.
Synonyms in karboksimetilceluloz Šķēršūt (cross-linked cellulos carboxymethyl); the CMC šķēršūt (cross-linked sodium CMC); the CMC sodium salt šķēršūt (cross-linked sodium CMC); šķēršūt cellulose resin (cross-linked cellulos seedling) 211.2.
Definition of the karboksimetilceluloz of Šķēršūt sodium salt is partially O-karboksimetilēt cellulose 211.3.
Chemical name Šķēršūt karboksimetilceluloz of the sodium salt of 211.4.
Chemical formula of polymers containing substituted anhidroglikoz group with the general formula: C6H7O2 (OR1) (OR2) (OR3), where R1, R2 and R3 can be any of the following:-H-CH2COON-CH2COOH 211.5.
Looks like easy hygroscopic, white or grayish powder odourless 211.6.
Proof of identity: 211.6.1.
A shake 1 g with 100 ml of a solution containing 4 mg/kg methylene blue and allow to settle. The investigational substance absorbs the methylene blue and precipitated as blue, fibrous mass 211.6.2.
(B) shake 1 g with 50 ml of water. 1 ml of the mixture is poured into a test tube, add 1 ml water and 0.05 ml of freshly prepared 40 g/l Alpha-naphthol in methanol solution. Replace the test tube at an angle and gently along the side of add 2 ml of sulphuric acid so that it forms a lower layer. At the layer boundaries appear reddish-purple 211.6.3.
(C) sodium reaction 211.7.
Purity criteria: 211.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 6% (1050 C, 3 h) 211.7.2.
Water soluble substance, not more than 10% 211.7.3.
The degree of substitution of not less than 0.2 and not more than 1.5-anhidroglikoz karboksimetilgrup group 211.7.4.
pH 5.0-7.0 (1% solution) 211.7.5.
Sodium content not more than 12.4% on anhydrous basis 211.7.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 211.7.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 211.7.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 211.7.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg "212.
E 469 enzymatically hydrolyzed-karboksimetilceluloz-212.1.
Enzymatically hydrolysed karboksimetilceluloz synonyms sodium salt of 212.2.
Enzymatically hydrolyzed the karboksimetilceluloz definitions are derived from the karboksimetilceluloz, it cuts the enzymatically celulāz obtained from Trichoderma longibrachiatum (t. reesei).
212.3. Chemical name Karboksimetilceluloz, sodium, partially enzymatically hydrolysed 212.4.
Chemical formula of sodium salts of polymers containing substituted anhidroglikoz group with the general formula [C6H7O2 (OH) x (OCH2COON) y] n, where n is the degree of polymerization, x = 1,50-2.80, y = 0,2-1.50 x + y = 3.0, (y = degree of substitution) 212.5.
Molecular mass, y = 178.14, y = 1.50 0.20 282.18 macromolecules: not more than 800 (n about 4) 212.6.
Not less than 99.5% of the parent, including Mono-and disaccharides, on the dried substance 212.7.
Looks like a slightly hygroscopic white, yellowish or greyish granular or fibrous powder without flavor 212.8.
Proof of identity: 212.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 212.8.2.
Foam test 0.1% solution of the sample of intense shaking. There's a layer of foam. This test distinguishes sodium karboksimetilceluloz as hydrolyzed, it also hydrolyzed, from other cellulose ethers and from alginates and natural resins.
212.8.3. Pellet formation at 5 ml 0.5% solution of the sample add 5 ml of a 5% copper sulphate or aluminum sulphate solution. The formation of the precipitate. This test distinguishes sodium karboksimetilceluloz as hydrolyzed, it also hydrolyzed, from other cellulose ethers and from gelatine, a white Acacia resin and tragakant.
212.8.4. Color reaction of powdered samples 0.5 g adds to 50 ml of water, stirring until a homogeneous dispersion. Continue to stir until a clear solution, which is used for the test.

To 1 ml of the sample diluted with the appropriate quantity of water in a small test tube add five drops of 1-naphthol solution. Tube bending angle and carefully pour over the walls of the tube 2 ml of sulphuric acid to form a bottom layer. On the layer boundaries appear purple red colour.
212.8.5. viscosity (60% solution) not less than 2500 MPA × s, which corresponds to an average of molekulsvar substances 5000 D 212.9.
Purity criteria: 212.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 12% (1050 C to constant weight) 212.9.2.
The degree of substitution of not less than 0.2 and not more than 1.5 karboksimetilgrup (the-CH2COOH) anhidroglikoz group, calculated on the dried substance 212.9.3.
pH 6.0 — 8.5 (1% colloidal solution) 212.9.4.
Sodium chloride and sodium glycolate, not more than 0.5% singly or in combination 212.9.5.
Enzyme activity persisting according to 212.9.6 test.
Lead not more than 3 mg/kg/213.
A-470 e fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts 213.1.
Definition and a description of the taking of the fatty acid sodium, potassium and calcium salts derived from fats and oils for food or food from the distilled fatty acids.
213.2. assay not less than 95% on the anhydrous 213.3.
Looks like a white or cream-colored glossy solid or semi-solid substance or white or cream-colored powder 213.4.
Proof of identity: 213.4.1.
The solubility of potassium and sodium salts soluble in water and ethanol. Calcium salts are insoluble in water, ethanol and 213.4.2 in diethyl ether.
Positive cation and a fatty acid tests 213.5.
Purity criteria: 213.5.1.
Sodium is not less than 9% and not more than 14%, calculated as Na2O 213.5.2.
Potassium not less than 13% and not more than 21.5%, calculated as K2O 213.5.3.
Not less than 8.5% calcium and not more than 13%, calculated as Cao 213.5.4.
Free fatty acids, not more than 3% estimated as oleic acid 213.5.5.
No pārziepojam substances not more than 2% 213.5.6.
Free not more than 0.1% of alkali calculated as NaOH 213.5.7.
Insoluble substance in ethanol not more than 0.2% (applies only to the sodium and potassium salts) 213.5.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 213.5.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 213.5.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 213.5.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 213.5.12.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 214.
E 470b magnesium salts of fatty acids-214.1.
Definition and description of acquisition of magnesium salts of fatty acids derived from fats and oils for food or food from the distilled fatty acids.
214.2. assay not less than 95% on the anhydrous 214.3.
Looks like a white or cream-colored glossy solid or semi-solid substance or white or cream-colored powder 214.4.
Proof of identity: 214.4.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in ethanol and partly in diethyl ether 214.4.2.
Positive magnesium ions and the acid test of 214.5.
Purity criteria: 214.5.1.
Magnesium not less than 6.5% and not more than 11% calculated as MgO 214.5.2.
Free fatty acids, not more than 3% estimated as oleic acid 214.5.3.
No pārziepojam substances not more than 2% 214.5.4.
Free not more than 0.1% of alkali calculated as MgO 214.5.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 214.5.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 214.5.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 214.5.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 214.5.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 215.
E 471 – Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids to 215.1.
Synonymous Glicerilmonostearāt (glyceryl monostearat); glicerilmonopalmitāt (glyceryl monopalmitat); glicerilmonooleāt (glyceryl monooleat), etc.; monostearīn (monostearin); monopalmitīn (monopalmitin); monooleīn (monoolein), etc.; GMS (glicerilmonostearāt) 215.2.
Definition Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids consist of food oils and fats in fatty acid glycerol Mono-, di-and a mixture of triester. They may contain small amounts of free fatty acids and glycerol.
215.3. assay not less than 70% of Mono-and di-215.4.
Looks like the appearance of the product changes from pale yellow to light brown oily liquid or from a white to gray to solid waxy substance. Solids can be flaked, powdered or in the form of small ball.
proof of identity: 215.5.215.5.1.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of the fatty acid esters of polyols for the partial 215.5.2.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in ethanol and toluene 215.5.3.
Fatty acids and glycerol positive tests 215.6.
Purity criteria: 215.6.1.
Water not more than 2% (Karl Fischer) 215.6.2.
Acid number no more than 6 215.6.3.
Free Glycerin not more than 7% 215.6.4.
Polyglycerol diglicerīn, not more than 4% and not more than 1% higher polyglycerol, calculated from the glycerol content in common 215.6.5.
Glycerol (joint) not less than 16% and not more than 33% 215.6.6.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 215.6.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 215.6.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 215.6.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 215.6.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 215.6.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 216.
(E) 472-Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of the acetic acid esters 216.1.
Synonyms of Mono-and diglycerides are esters of acetic acid (acetic acid esters of Mono-and diglycerid); acetoglicerīd (acetoglycerid); ACETYLATED Mono-and diglycerides (acetylated Mono-and diglycerid); glycerol ester of acetic acid and fatty acids (acetic and fatty acid esters of glycerol) 216.2.
The definition of product consists of edible fats and oils of fatty acids and glycerol esters of acetic acid mixture. It may contain small amounts of free fatty acids, glycerol, free, free, free of acetic acid and glycerides of 216.3.
Looks like a clear liquid or solid white or light yellow in color, 216.4.
Proof of identity: 216.4.1.
Solubility soluble in water, Not soluble in ethanol 216.4.2.
Positive fatty acid, acetic acid and glycerol test in 216.5.
Purity criteria: 216.5.1.
Acid must not contain other acids, only acetic acid and fatty acids 216.5.2.
Free Glycerin not more than 2% 216.5.3.
Acetic acid (common) not less than 8% and not more than 32% 216.5.4.
Free fatty acids (with free acetic acid) not more than 3%, calculated as oleic acid 216.5.5.
Glycerol (joint) not less than 14% and not more than 31% 216.5.6.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 216.5.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 216.5.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 216.5.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 216.5.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 216.5.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 217.
E 472b-Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids lactic acid esters 217.1.
Synonyms of Mono-and diglycerides are esters of lactic acid (lactic acid esters of Mono-and diglycerid); with lactic acid esterified fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides (mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids esterified with lactic acid); laktoglicerīd (lactoglycerid), 217.2.
The definition of product consists of edible fats and oils of fatty acids and glycerol ester of lactic acid in the mixture. It may contain small amounts of free fatty acids, glycerol, free, free, free of lactic acid and glycerides 217.3.
Looks like a clear liquid or vaskveid a solid white or light yellow in color, 217.4.
Proof of identity: 217.4.1.
Solubility insoluble in cold water, but the water dispersible in hot 217.4.2.
Positive fatty acids, lactic acid and glycerol test in 217.5.
Purity criteria: 217.5.1.
Acid must not contain other acids, lactic acid and fatty acids only 217.5.2.
Free Glycerin not more than 2% 217.5.3.
Lactic acid (common) not less than 13% and not more than 45% 217.5.4.
Free fatty acids (with free lactic acid) not more than 3%, calculated as oleic acid 217.5.5.
Glycerol (joint) not less than 13% and not more than 30% 217.5.6.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 217.5.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 217.5.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 217.5.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 217.5.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 217.5.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 218.
E 472 c, Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of citric acid esters of 218.1.
Synonyms of Mono-and diglycerides are esters of citric acid (acid ester Citrico of Mono-and diglycerid); esterified (citroglycerid); citric acid is esterified with Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids (mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids esterified with Citrico acid) 218.2.
Definition

The product consists of edible fats and oils of fatty acids and glycerol esters of citric acid mixture. It may contain small amounts of free fatty acids, glycerol, free, free citric acid and free glycerides. It may be partially or wholly neutralised with sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide.
218.3. Looks like a yellowish or light brown liquid, semi-solid or solid of 218.4 vaskveid.
Proof of identity: 218.4.1.
Solubility insoluble in cold water and ethanol, dispersible in hot water dissolve oils and fats 218.4.2.
Positive fatty acids, citric acid and glycerol test in the 218.5.
Purity criteria: 218.5.1.
Acid must not contain other acids, citric acid and fatty acids only 218.5.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 218.5.3.
Citric acid (common) not less than 13% and not more than 50% 218.5.4.
Glycerol (joint) not less that 8% and not more than 33% 218.5.5.
Glycerol (free) not more than 2% 218.5.6.
Free fatty acids, not more than 3% estimated as oleic acid 218.5.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 218.5.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 218.5.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 218.5.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 218.5.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 219.
(E) the 472d-Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids-esters of tartaric acid 219.1.
Synonyms of Mono-and diglycerides are esters of tartaric acid (acid ester tartarica of Mono-and diglycerid); with tartaric acid esterified fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides (mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids esterified with acid tartarica) 219.2.
The definition of product consists of edible fats and oils of fatty acids and glycerol ester of tartaric acid mixture. It may contain small amounts of free fatty acids, glycerol, free, free, free of tartaric acid and glycerides.
219.3. Looks like a thick viscous liquid yellowish or yellow vaskveid a solid 219.4.
Identity proof-positive of the fatty acid, tartaric acid and glycerol test in 219.5.
Purity criteria: 219.5.1.
Acid must not contain other acids, tartaric acid and fatty acids only 219.5.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 219.5.3.
Tartaric acid (common) not less than 15% and not more than 50% 219.5.4.
Glycerol (joint) not less than 12% and no more than 29% 219.5.5.
Glycerol (free) not more than 2% 219.5.6.
Free fatty acids, not more than 3% estimated as oleic acid 219.5.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 219.5.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 219.5.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 219.5.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 219.5.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 210.
E 472 – Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids in the Mono-and diacetilvīnskāb esters of 220.1.
Synonyms of glycerol and fatty acids, esters diacetilvīnskāb (fatty acid ester of diacetyltartaric and glycerol); Mono-and diglycerides of diacetilvīnskāb esters (diacetyltartaric acid esters of Mono-and diglycerid); with Mono-and diacetilvīnskāb of esterified fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides (mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids esterified with Mono-and diacetiltartaric acid) 220.2.
The definition of product consists of food fat fatty acids and Mono-and diacetilvīnskāb and glycerol esters mixture. It may contain small amounts of free fatty acids, glycerol, free, free, tartaric acid and acetic acid and their combination, small quantities of free glycerides. May also contain fatty acids and acetic acid esters of tartaric acid.
220.3. Looks like a tacky viscous liquid, fat like consistency or yellow resin product that in the humid air of the acetic acid hydrolysis, 220.4.
Identity proof-positive of glycerol, fatty acids, acetic acid, and tartaric acid tests 220.5.
Purity criteria: 220.5.1.
Acid must not contain other acids, acetic acid, tartaric acid and only fatty acid 220.5.2.
Tartaric acid (common) not less than 10% and not more than 40% 220.5.3.
Acetic acid (common) not less than 8% and not more than 32% 220.5.4.
Glycerol (joint) not less than 11% and not more than 28% 220.5.5.
Glycerol (free) not more than 2% 220.5.6.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 220.5.7.
Free fatty acids, not more than 3% estimated as oleic acid 220.5.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 220.5.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 220.5.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 220.5.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 220.5.12.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 221.
E 472f-Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of the acetic acid and tartaric acid mixed esters 221.1.
Synonymous with acetic acid and tartaric acid esterified fatty acids, Mono-and diglycerides (mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids esterified with acetic acid and tartarica) 221.2.
The definition of product consists of food fat fatty acids and acetic acid and glycerol ester of tartaric acid mixture. It may contain small amounts of free fatty acids, glycerol, free, free, tartaric acid and acetic acid and free glycerides. May also contain Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids in the Mono-and diacetilvīnskāb esters.
221.3. Looks like a Sticky liquid or solid white or light yellow 221.4.
Identity proof-positive of glycerol, fatty acids, acetic acid, and tartaric acid tests 221.5.
Purity criteria: 221.5.1.
Acid must not contain other acids, acetic acid, tartaric acid and only fatty acid 221.5.2.
Tartaric acid (common) not less than 20% and not more than 40% 221.5.3.
Acetic acid (common) not less than 10% and not more than 20% 221.5.4.
Glycerol (joint) not less than 12% and not more than 27% 221.5.5.
Glycerol (free) not more than 2% 221.5.6.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 221.5.7.
Free fatty acids, not more than 3% estimated as oleic acid 221.5.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 221.5.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 221.5.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 221.5.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 221.5.12.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 222.
E 473-sucrose esters of fatty acids 222.1.
Sucrose esters synonyms (sucroester); sugar (sugar esters) 222.2.
Definition of sucrose esters of fatty acids is sucrose Mono-, di-and triester with edible fats and oils of fatty acids. It is prepared from sucrose and edible fatty acids methyl and ethyl or by extracting from saharoglicerīd. Only the following may be used in the extraction solvent: dimethylsulfoxide, dimethylformamide, ethyl acetate, propan-2-ol, propylene glycol, 2-methyl-propan-1-OL, and methyl ethyl ketone 222.3.
Assay not less than 80% 222.4.
Looks like a thick gel, soft white or pale gray powder to 222.5.
Proof of identity: 222.5.1.
Solubility of difficult soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 222.5.2.
Positive tests for acid and sugar 222.6.
Purity criteria: 222.6.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 2%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 222.6.2.
Free sugar to no more than 5% 222.6.3.
Free fatty acids, not more than 3% estimated as oleic acid 222.6.4.
The solvent balance: dimethylformamide;
Not more than 1 mg/kg of the substance;
Not more than 2 mg/kg ethyl acetate, propan-2-ol and propylene glycol;
Not more than 350 mg/kg, singly or together, 2-methyl-propan-1-OL;
Not more than 10 mg/kg for methanol;
Not more than 10 mg/kg methyl ethyl ketone is not more than 10 mg/kg 222.6.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 222.6.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 222.6.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 222.6.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 222.6.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 223.
E-474 sucrose glycerides 223.1.
Synonym sugar glycerides (sugar glycerid) 223.2.
Definition of glycerides of sucrose sucrose produced reaction with food fat or oil. They consist of sucrose and fatty acid Mono-, di-and the mixture from triester of large amounts of fat or oil Mono-, di-and triglycerides. Reaction may be used only for the following solvents: cyclohexane, dimethylformamide, ethyl acetate, propan-2-ol and 2-methyl-propan-1-ol.
223.3.

Assay not less than 40% and not more than 60% by weight of sucrose esters of fatty acids of 223.4.
Looks like a thick gel, soft white or pale gray powder to 223.5.
Proof of identity: 223.5.1.
Solubility insoluble in cold water, soluble in ethanol 223.5.2.
Positive tests for acid and sugar 223.6.
Purity criteria: 223.6.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 2%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 223.6.2.
Free sugar to no more than 5% 223.6.3.
Free fatty acids, not more than 3% estimated as oleic acid 223.6.4.
The solvent balance: dimethylformamide;
methanol;
cyclohexane and 2-methyl-propan-1-OL;

Not more than 1 mg/kg not more than 10 mg/kg not more than 10 mg/kg, singly or together, ethyl acetate and propan-2-ol not more than 350 mg/kg, singly or in combination 223.6.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 223.6.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 223.6.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 223.6.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 223.6.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 224.
E 475 polyglycerol esters of fatty acids-224.1.
Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids of synonyms (polyglycerol fatty acid esters); polyglycerol esters of fatty acid esters (ester of fatty acid esters polyglycerin) 224.2.
Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids of the definition are obtained, the esterificēj with food fat polyglycerol and oils or edible fats and oils of fatty acids. Polyglycerol group is mainly di-, Tri-, and tetraglicerīngrup, and it contains no more than 10% poliglicerīngrup, which is heptaglicerīngrup or longer polimērgrup.
224.3. assay not less than 90% of the fatty acid esters of 224.4.
Looks like a pale yellow to Amber oil to highly viscous solutions, pale yellow to a moderate Brown plastic or soft, pale yellow to Brown vaskveid substances 224.5.
Proof of identity: 224.5.1.
Dispersible solubility in water, soluble in oils and organic solvents can be from very hidrofil very lipofil 224.5.2 up to.
Positive, glycerol and fatty acids polyglycerol tests 224.6 purity criteria: 224.6.1.
Acid must not contain other acids, only fatty acid 224.6.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 224.6.3.
Free fatty acids, not more than 6% calculated as oleic acid 224.6.4.
Glycerol and polyglycerol (joint) not less than 18% and not more than 60% 224.6.5.
Free glycerol and free to not more than 7% polyglycerol 224.6.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 224.6.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 224.6.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 224.6.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 224.6.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate) 225.
E-poliricinolāt of the 476 Polyglycerol 225.1.
Synonyms of castor oil fatty acid Condensed glycerine (glycerol ester of castor oil fatty acid condensed); polikondensēt castor oil fatty acids polyglycerol esters (polyglycerol esters of polycondensed fatty acids from castor oil); polyglycerol esters esters of castor oil (polyglycerol esters of interesterified ricinoleic acid); PGPR 225.2.
Definition of Polyglycerol polirīcinolāt obtained esterificēj with polyglycerol condensed castor oil fatty acids to 225.3.
Looks like a clear very viscous liquid 225.4.
Proof of identity: 225.4.1.
Solubility insoluble in water and soluble in ethanol, diethyl ether and halogenated hydrocarbons, hydrocarbons in 225.4.2.
Positive and glycerol, polyglycerol ricinolskāb tests 225.4.3.
Refractive koeficien [n] 65 = 1.4665 1.4630-225.5.
Purity criteria: 225.5.1.
As part of Polyglycerol polyglycerol must consist of not less than 75% di-, Tri-, and tetraglicerīn, and no more than 10% and higher polyglycerol heptaglicerīn 225.5.2.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than 80 and not more than 100 225.5.3.
Acid number no more than 6 225.5.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 225.5.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 225.5.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 225.5.7.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 225.5.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 226.
(E) 477-propane-1.2-diol of fatty acid esters of 226.1.
Synonyms propylene glycol esters of fatty acids (propylen glycol esters of fatty acids of) 226.2.
Definition of propane-1.2-diol fatty acid esters are the edible fats and oils, propane 1.2-diol of fatty acid-a mixture of Mono-and di-. The alcohol group consists only of propane-1.2-diol and dimēr with a small impurity of the trimer. Other organic acids, only food fatty acids.
226.3. assay not less than 85% fatty acids ester 226.4.
Looks like a clear liquid or Gummy balls of white flakes, or solid with a weak smell of 226.5.
Identity proof-positive of the fatty acid and propylene glycol test 226.6.
Purity criteria: 226.6.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 226.6.2.
The acid is not allowed for other acids as fatty acid 226.6.3.
Free fatty acids, not more than 6% calculated as oleic acid 226.6.4.
Propane-1.2-diol (joint) not less than 11% and not more than 31% 226.6.5.
Free propane-1.2-diol in no more than 5% 226.6.6.
Propylene glycol is a dimēr and not more than 0.5% trimer 226.6.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 226.6.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 226.6.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 226.6.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 226.6.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead note. Purity criteria apply to a product that is free of fatty acids, sodium, potassium and calcium salts, although the product may contain these substances up to a maximum of 6% (calculated as sodium oleate).
227. E 479b – thermally oxidised soya oil exposure the product with Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of 227.1.
Synonyms TOSOM 227.2.
Definition of thermal oxidized soy oil exposure the product with Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids is glycerol and fatty acids (from food fat and thermally oxidised soya oil) ester blend. Product obtained by the action of 10% thermally oxidized soy oil with 90% food Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids and the dezodorēj 1300 vacuum products.
Soy oil is obtained exclusively from natural soy beans.
227.3. Looks like a pale yellow or light brown with soft substances like wax or hard consistency 227.4.
Proof of identity-solubility insoluble in water, soluble in hot oil or fat 227.5.
Purity criteria: 227.5.1.
Melting point 55-650 C 227.5.2.
Free fatty acids, not more than 1.5%, calculated as oleic acid 227.5.3.
Free Glycerin not more than 2% 227.5.4.
Fatty acids (joint) 83-90% 227.5.5.
Glycerol (joint) 16-22% 227.5.6.
Fatty acids that are insoluble in light petroleum, not more than 2% of all fatty acids 227.5.7.
Methyl esters of fatty acids, which do not form complexes with urea not more than 9.0% of all fatty acids methyl esters 227.5.8.
Peroxide number not more than 3 227.5.9.
Not more than 0.03% epoxy oksirān oxygen 227.5.10.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 227.5.11.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 227.5.12.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 227.5.13.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 227.5.14.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 228.
E 481-stearoil-2-sodium lactate to 228.1.
Synonyms sodium stearoillaktilāt (sodium stearoyl lactylat); sodium stearoillaktāt (sodium stearoyl lactat) 228.2.
Definition of sodium stearoillaktāt sodium salts of stearoilpienskāb is and its polymer blend that contains some other pertinent acid salt of sodium and stearic acid reaction with obtained by lactic acid. Can also contain other food fatty acids in free form or esterified if they contain stearic acid used.
228.3. Chemical name sodium di-2-stearoillaktāt;
sodium di (2-stearoiloks) propionate 228.4.
Einecs number 247-929-7 228.5.
Chemical formula (main components)-C19H35O4N C21H39O4N-228.6.
Looks like a White or slightly yellowish powder or hard, brittle substance with a characteristic aroma 228.7.
Proof of identity: 228.7.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in ethanol 228.7.2.
Positive fatty acids, lactic acid and sodium ion tests 228.8.
Purity criteria: 228.8.1.
Not less than 2.5% of sodium and no more than 5% 228.8.2.
Lactic acid (common) not less than 15% and not more than 40% 228.8.3.
Acid number not less than 60 and not more than 130 228.8.4.
Ester number not less than 90 and not more than 190 228.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 228.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 228.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 228.8.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 228.8.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 229.

(E) 482-stearoil-2-calcium lactate 229.1.
Synonymous stearoillaktāt of calcium (calcium stearoyl lactat) 229.2.
Definition of calcium lactate stearoil-2-stearoilpienskāb is the calcium salts and polymeric mixtures containing small quantities of other related acids calcium salts and obtained by lactic acid stearic reactions. Can also contain other food fatty acids in free form or esterified if they contain stearic acid used.
229.3. Einecs number 227-335-7 229.4.
Chemical name calcium di-2-stearoillaktāt;
calcium di-(2-stearoiloks) propionate 229.5.
Chemical formula of C38H70O8C C42H78O8C of 229.6.
Looks like a White or slightly yellowish powder or hard, brittle substance with a characteristic aroma 229.7.
Proof of identity: 229.7.1.
Slightly soluble solubility in hot water 229.7.2.
Positive fatty acids, lactic acid and calcium ion tests 229.8.
Purity criteria: 229.8.1.
Calcium is not less than 1% and not more than 5.2% 229.8.2.
Lactic acid (common) not less than 15% and not more than 40% 229.8.3.
Acid number not less than 50 and not more than 130 229.8.4.
Ester number not less than 190 and not more than 125 229.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 229.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 229.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 229.8.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 229.8.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 230.
E-Steariltartrāt of 230.1 483.
Synonymous Stearilpalmitiltartrāt (stearyl palmityl tartrat) 230.2.
The definition of product obtained by esterificēj of the tartaric acid with commercial stearilspirt, consisting mainly of stearil-and palmitilspirt. The product consists mainly of the small Mono-di-and izreaģējuš raw material impurities not 230.3.
Chemical name Disteariltartrāt; dipalmitiltartrāt of 230.4.
Chemical formula C38H74O6:230.5 C40H78O6.
Molecular 627-655 230.6.
Assay of content of total esters – not less than 90%, which corresponds to the number of 163 Hester 180 230.7.
Looks like a greasy substance cream (250 ° C) 230.8.
Proof of identity: 230.8.1.
Melting temperature: 67 C; 770 by ester saponification get saturated alcohol melting point 49-550 C 230.8.2.
Positive test for tartrate 230.9.
Purity criteria: 230.9.1.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than 200 and not more than 220 230.9.2.
Acid number not more than 5.6 230.9.3.
Tartaric acid (common) not less than 18% and not more than 35% 230.9.4.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5%, down 800 ± 250 ° C, 230.9.5.
No pārziepojam substances not less than 77% and not more than 83% 230.9.6.
Iodine number 4 (vij) 230.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 230.9.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 230.9.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 230.9.10.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 230.9.11.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 231.
(E) 491-sorbitan monostearate 231.1.
Sorbitan monostearate definition is sorbitol, the anhydride and food partial esters of stearic blend 231.2.
Einecs 215-664-9 231.3.
Not less than 95% of the parent sorbitol, sorbitol monoanhidrīd (1.4-sorbitan) and dianhidrīd (Isosorbide) Esther 231.4 of the mixture.
Looks like a light cream to Tan-colored flakes, bead or solid waxy substance with low specific aroma 231.5.
Proof of identity: 231.5.1.
Solubility soluble in toluene, carbon tetrachloride, diethyl ether, dioxan, and aniline in methanol, ethanol, warming to a temperature above the melting temperature of the product. Not soluble in light petroleum and acetone, dispersible in cold water, warm water, form a cloudy solution in mineral oil and ethyl acetate, warming to a temperature above 500 C 231.5.2.
Solidification temperature 50-520 C 231.5.3.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of the fatty acid esters of polyols for the partial 231.6.
Purity criteria: 231.6.1.
Water not more than 2% (Karl Fischer) 231.6.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5% 231.6.3.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 147 157 231.6.4.
Acid number no more than 10 231.6.5.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than 235 and not more than 260 231.6.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 231.6.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 231.6.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 231.6.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 231.6.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 232.
(E) 492-sorbitan tristearate 232.1.
Sorbitan tristearate definition is sorbitol, stearic the anhydride and ester mixture of food 232.2.
Einecs number 247-891-4 294.3.
Not less than 95% of the parent sorbitol sorbitan esters, and a mixture of 232.4 Isosorbide.
Looks like a light cream to Tan-colored flakes, bead or solid waxy substance with weak aroma incur 232.5.
Proof of identity: 232.5.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, methanol and ethanol soluble in toluene, bad in diethyl ether, carbon tetrachloride, ethyl acetate, and a light petroleum, mineral oil contained in vegetable oils, acetone and 232.5.2 in dioxan.
The solidification temperature is 47-500 C 232.5.3.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of the fatty acid esters of polyols for the partial 232.6.
Purity criteria: 232.6.1.
Water not more than 2% (Karl Fischer) 232.6.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5% 232.6.3.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 176 188 232.6.4.
Acid number no more than 15 232.6.5.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 80 232.6.6 66.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 232.6.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 232.6.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 232.6.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 232.6.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead of 233.
(E) 493-sorbitan monolaurate 233.1.
Sorbitan monolaurate definition is sorbitol, the anhydride and laurīnskāb of the food, a mixture of the partial esters of 233.2.
Einecs 215-663-3 233.3.
Not less than 95% of the parent sorbitol sorbitan esters, and a mixture of Isosorbide 233.4.
Looks like oily amber viscous liquid, light cream to Tan-colored flakes, bead or solid waxy substance with a faint scent of 233.5.
Proof of identity: 233.5.1.
Solubility of dispersible in hot and cold water 233.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of the fatty acid esters of polyols for the partial 233.6.
Purity criteria: 233.6.1.
Water not more than 2% (Karl Fischer) 233.6.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5% 233.6.3.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 170 155 233.6.4.
Acid number no more than 7 233.6.5.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 330 233.6.6 358.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 233.6.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 233.6.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 233.6.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 233.6.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 234.
494 sorbitan monooleate, e-234.1.
The definition is sorbitol sorbitan monooleate, anhydride and food partial esters of oleic acid mixture. The main ingredient is 1.4-sorbitan monooleate. The other ingredients are sorbitan monooleate, Isosorbide dioleāt and sorbitan trioleate 234.2.
Einecs 215-665-4 234.3.
Not less than 95% of the parent sorbitol sorbitan esters, and a mixture of 234.4 Isosorbide.
Looks like amber viscous liquid, light cream to Tan-colored flakes, bead or solid waxy substance with a characteristic aroma of 234.5.
Proof of identity: 234.5.1.
Solubility Soluble in ethanol, diethyl ether, ethyl acetate, toluene, aniline, dioxan, light petroleum and carbon tetrachloride, heated to a temperature above the melting temperature of the product. Insoluble in cold water dispersible in warm water.
234.5.2. Iodine number sorbitan monooleate analysis obtained by the saponification of oleic acid iodine number is 80-100 234.6.
Purity criteria: 234.6.1.
Water not more than 2% (Karl Fischer) 234.6.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5% 234.6.3.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 160 145 234.6.4.
Acid number no more than 8 234.6.5.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 210 234.6.6 193.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 234.6.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 234.6.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 234.6.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 234.6.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 235.
E-495 sorbitan monopalmitate 235.1.
Sorbitan palmitate synonyms (sorbitan palmitat) 235.2.
Sorbitan monopalmitate definition is sorbitol, the anhydride and palmitīnskāb of the food, a mixture of the partial esters of 235.3.
Einecs number 247-568-8, 235.4.
Not less than 95% of the parent sorbitol sorbitan esters, and a mixture of 235.5 Isosorbide.
Looks like a light cream to Tan-colored flakes, bead or solid waxy substance with a characteristic smell of 235.6.
Proof of identity: 235.6.1.
Solubility

Soluble in ethanol, diethyl ether, ethyl acetate, methanol, in toluene, aniline, dioxan, light petroleum and carbon tetrachloride, heated to a temperature above the melting temperature of the product. Insoluble in cold water, warm water dispersible 235.6.2.
Solidification temperature of 45-470 (C) 235.6.3.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of the fatty acid esters of polyols for the partial 235.7.
Purity criteria: 235.7.1.
Water not more than 2% (Karl Fischer) 235.7.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates), not more than 0.5% 235.7.3.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 150 140 235.7.4.
Acid number no more than 7.5 235.7.5.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 305 270 235.7.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 235.7.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg mercury 235.7.8 not more than 1 mg/kg 235.7.9.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 235.7.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 236.
E-500 (I) sodium carbonate 236.1.
The chemical name for sodium carbonate 236.2.
Einecs number 207-838-8 236.3.
Chemical formula Na2 Co3 × nH2 (n = 0, 1 or 10) 236.4.
Molecular 106.00 (anhydrous), 236.5.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 236.6.
Looks like a colourless crystals or white granular or crystalline powder. The anhydrous substance is hygroscopic. Dekahidrāt dry air loses water of crystallization 236.7.
Proof of identity: 236.7.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 236.7.2.
The positive sodium ions and carbonation tests 236.8.
Purity criteria: 236.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2% (anhydrous);
not more than 15% (monohydrate); 55 – 65% (dekahidrāt) (heat, gradually raising the temperature from 700 to 3000 C) 236.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 236.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 236.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/237.
E-500 (II) sodium hydrogen carbonate 237.1.
Synonyms sodium bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonat);
sodium acid carbonate (sodium acid carbonate); drinking soda (baking soda);
bicarbonate of soda (bicarbonat of soda), 237.2.
Chemical name sodium hydrogen carbonate 237.3.
Chemical formula NaHCO3 237.4.
Einecs 205-633-8, 237.5.
Molecular weight 84.01 237.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 237.7.
Looks like a colourless or white crystalline masses or crystalline powder 237.8.
Proof of identity: 237.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water, insoluble in methanol 237.8.2.
Ph 8.0-8.6 (1% solution) 237.8.3.
The positive sodium ions and carbonation tests 237.9.
Purity criteria: 237.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.25% (over silica gel h 4) 237.9.2.
Ammonium salts by heating is not palpable stench of ammonia 237.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 237.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 237.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 238.
E-500 (iii) sodium seskvikarbonāt is 238.1.
The chemical name is sodium monohidrogēndikarbonāt 238.2.
Einecs number 208-580-9 238.3.
Chemical formula NaHCO3 Na2CO3 · · 2H2O 238.4.
Molecular weight 226.03 238.5.
38.6% of NaHCO3 assay 35.0-50.0% of Na2CO3 and 46.4-238.6.
Looks like white flakes, crystals or crystalline powder 238.7.
Proof of identity: 238.7.1.
Very good solubility in water soluble 238.7.2.
The positive sodium ions and carbonation tests 238.8.
Purity criteria: 238.8.1.
Sodium chloride not more than 0.5% 238.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 238.8.3.
Iron not more than 20 mg/kg 238.8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 238.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 239.
(E) (I) 501-potassium carbonate 239.1.
Chemical name potassium carbonate 239.2.
Einecs 209-529-3 239.3.
Chemical formula nH2 K2CO3 × (n = 0 or 1.5) 239.4.
Molecular weight 138.21 (anhydrous) 239.5.
Not less than 99.0% assay K2CO3 anhydrous 239.6.
Looks like a very White hygroscopic powder; hydrate is a small white translucent crystals or granules 239.7.
Proof of identity: 239.7.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 239.7.2.
Positive ion and carbonate potassium tests 239.8.
Purity criteria: 239.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 5% (anhydrous, 1800 C, 4 h), no more than 18% (hydrate, 1800 C, 4 h) 239.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 239.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 239.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg, 240.
E 501 (II) – potassium hydrogencarbonate 240.1.
Synonyms potassium bicarbonate (potassi Forum bicarbonat); acid potassium carbonate (acid carbonate of potassi) 240.2.
The chemical name of potassium carbonate 240.3.
Einecs number 206-059-0 240.4.
Chemical formula KHCO3 240.5.
Molecular weight 100.11 240.6.
Assay not less than 99.0% and not more than 101% anhydrous 240.7.
Looks like a colourless Crystal or white powder, pellets, 240.8.
Proof of identity: 240.8.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in methanol 240.8.2.
Positive ion and carbonate potassium tests 240.9.
Purity criteria: 240.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.25% (over silica gel, 4 h) 240.9.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 240.9.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 240.9.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/241.
503 e (I) Ammonium carbonate 241.1.
Definition of Ammonium carbonate consists of ammonium carbamate, ammonium carbonate and ammonium hydrogen carbonate in varying proportions 241.2.
Chemical name Ammonium carbonate 241.3.
Einecs number 233-786-0 241.4.
Chemical formula NH2COONH4 (ammonium carbamate);
(NH4) 2CO3 (ammonium carbonate);
Nh4hco3 (ammonium carbonate) 241.5.
Molecular 78.06 (ammonium carbamate);
98.73 (ammonium carbonate);
79.06 (ammonium carbonate) 241.6.
Assay not less than 30.0% and not more than 34.0% of ammonia 241.7.
Looks like a white powder or solid white or translucent crystalline mass. Stored in a hermetically sealed container, not become opaque and becomes porous mass of white or powder (Ammonium bicarbonate), because releases of ammonia and carbon dioxide.
proof of identity: 241.8.241.8.1.
The solubility of water soluble 241.8.2.
Ph around 8.6 (5% solution) 241.8.3.
Positive tests for ammonium and carbonate 241.9.
Purity criteria: 241.9.1.
Non-volatile residue in no more than 500 mg/kg 241.9.2.
Not more than 30 mg chloride/kg 241.9.3.
Sulphate no more than 30 mg/kg 241.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 241.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 241.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/242.
E-503 (II) ammonium hydrogencarbonate 242.1.
Synonyms Ammonium bicarbonate (bicarbonat of Honeywell) 242.2.
Chemical name ammonium carbonate 242.3.
Einecs 213-911-5 242.4.
Chemical formula NH4HCO3 242.5.
Molecular weight 79.06 242.6.
Not less than 99.0% assay 242.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder 242.8.
Proof of identity: 242.8.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 242.8.2.
about pH 8.0 (5% solution) 242.8.3.
Positive tests for ammonium and carbonate 242.9.
Purity criteria: 242.9.1.
Non-volatile residue in no more than 500 mg/kg 242.9.2.
Not more than 30 mg chloride/kg 242.9.3.
Sulphate no more than 30 mg/kg 242.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 242.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 242.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/243.
(E) (I) – 504 magnesium carbonates 243.1.
Chemical name magnesium carbonate 243.2.
Einecs number 208-915-9 243.3.
Chemical formula MgCO3 243.4.
Assay not less than 24.0% and 26.4% maximum magnesium 243.5.
Looks like a loose mass of White or white powder odourless 243.6.
Proof of identity: 243.6.1.
The solubility of the virtually insoluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 243.6.2.
Positive magnesium ions and carbonation tests 243.7.
Purity criteria: 243.7.1.
Acid insoluble substance not more than 0.05% 243.7.2.
Water soluble substances not more than 1.0% 243.7.3.
Not more than 0.4% calcium 243.7.5.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 244.
E 504 (II)-magnesium hidroksīdkarbonāt 244.1.
Synonyms magnesium subkarbonāt (light or heavy) (magnesium subcarbonat (light or heavy)); the hydrated basic magnesium carbonate (hydrated basic magnesium carbonate); magnesium carbonate hydroxide (magnesium carbonate hydroxid) 244.2.
The chemical name of magnesium hydrate hidroksīdkarbonāt, 244.3.
Einecs 235-192-7 244.4.
Chemical formula 4MgCO3Mg (OH) 25H2 the 244.5.
Molecular weight 485 244.6.
Assay not less than 40.0% and not more than 45.0% MgO 244.7.
Looks like a loose mass of White or white powder 244.8.
Proof of identity: 244.8.1.
The solubility of the virtually insoluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 244.8.2.
Positive magnesium ions and carbonation tests 244.9.
Purity criteria: 244.9.1.
Water soluble substances not more than 1.0% 244.9.2.
Not more than 1.0% calcium 244.9.3.
Acid insoluble substance not more than 0.05% 244.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 244.9.5.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 244.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/245.
E 507 hydrochloric acid-245.1.
Synonymous with hydrogen chloride (hydrogen chloride, muriatic acid) 245.2.
Chemical name

Hydrochloric acid, hydrochloric acid 245.3.
Einecs 231-595-7 245.4.
Chemical formula HCl 245.5.
Molecular 245.6 36.46.
Assay in trade can have different concentrations of hydrochloric acid. Concentrated hydrochloric acid contains not less than 35.0% HCl 245.7.
Looks like a clear yellowish or colourless corrosive liquid with a sharp odor 245.8.
Proof of identity: 245.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water and ethanol in 245.8.2.
Positive tests for acid and chlorides 245.9.
Purity criteria: 245.9.1.
Common organic compounds Common organic compounds (containing fluorine): not more than 5 mg/kg;
benzene: not more than 0.05 mg/kg;
fluorinated compounds (joint): not more than 25 mg/kg 245.9.2.
Non-volatile residue not more than 0.5% 245.9.3.
The reducing substances not more than 70 mg/kg, calculated as SO2 245.9.4.
Oxidising substances, not more than 30 mg/kg, calculated as Cl2 245.9.5.
Not more than 0.5% sulfate 245.9.6.
Iron not more than 5 mg/kg 245.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 245.9.8.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 245.9.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/246.
508 e-potassium chloride 246.1.
Synonyms Silvina (sylvin), sylvite (sylvit) 246.2.
Einecs 231-211-8 246.3.
Chemical name potassium chloride 246.4.
Chemical formula KCl 246.5.
Molecular weight 74.56 246.6.
Not less than 99% of the parent of the dried substance 246.7.
Looks like a colourless prismatic or elongated cube-shaped crystals or white granular powder without flavor 246.8.
Proof of identity: 246.8.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 246.8.2.
Chloride and potassium positive ions tests 246.9.
Purity criteria: 246.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1% (1050 C, 2 h) 246.9.2.
A negative test for sodium 246.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 246.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 246.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 246.9.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 246.9.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 247.
E 509 calcium chloride-247.1.
Chemical name calcium chloride 247.2.
Einecs number 233-140-8 247.3.
Chemical formula nH2-CaCl2 × (n = 0.2 or 6) 247.4.
Molecular weight 110.99 (anhydrous); 147.02 (dihydrate);
219.08 (hexahydrate) 247.5.
Assay not less than 93.0% on the anhydrous 247.6.
Looks like a white hygroscopic powder without flavor or hygroscopic crystals 247.7.
Proof of identity: 247.7.1.
Solubility of anhydrous calcium chloride well soluble in water and ethanol.
Calcium chloride dihydrate well soluble in water, soluble in ethanol. Calcium chloride hexahydrate very well soluble in water and ethanol.
247.7.2. Positively chloride and calcium ion tests 247.8.
Purity criteria: 247.8.1.
Magnesium and alkali salts up to 5% on the anhydrous 247.8.2.
Fluoride not more than 40 mg/kg 247.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 247.8.4.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 247.8.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 248.
E 511 magnesium chloride-248.1.
Chemical name magnesium chloride 248.2.
Einecs 232-094-6 248.3.
Chemical formula MgCl2 6h2o 248.4 x.
Molecular weight 203.30 248.5.
Not less than 99.0% assay 248.6.
Looks like a colourless flakes or crystals without aroma and very hygroscopic 248.7.
Proof of identity: 248.7.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol in the well.
248.7.2. Positively chloride and magnesium ion tests 248.8.
Purity criteria: 248.8.1.
Ammonium ions are not more than 50 mg/kg 248.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 248.8.3.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 248.8.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 249.
E 512 stannous chloride-249.1.
Synonyms of Tin dichloride (tin dichlorid) 249.2.
The chemical name of Tin (II) chloride, stannous chloride dihydrate 249.3.
Einecs 231-868-0 249.4.
Chemical formula of SnCl2 2H2O 249.5 x.
Molecular weight 225.63 249.6.
Not less than 98.0% assay 249.7.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or without aroma with a slight aroma of 249.8 hydrochloric acid.
Proof of identity: 249.8.1.
Solubility soluble in a very small quantity of water, but the water in excess of the insoluble basic salt, soluble in ethanol 249.8.2.
Positive Tin (II) chloride ion and tests 249.9.
Purity criteria: 249.9.1.
Sulphate no more than 30 mg/kg 249.9.2.
Arsenic not more than 2 mg/kg 249.9.3.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 249.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg, 250.
E 513 sulphuric acid-250.1.
Synonymous Vitrioleļļ (oil of vitriol);
dihidrogēnsulfāt (dihydrogen sulphat) 250.2.
Chemical name sulphuric acid 250.3.
Einecs 231-639-5 250.4.
Chemical formula H2SO4 250.5.
Molecular weight 98.07 250.6.
Assay in concentrated sulphuric acid of not less than 96.0% 250.7.
Looks like a clear colourless or pale brown, very corrosive oily liquid of 250.8.
Proof of identity: 250.8.1.
Solubility miscible with water, giving off much heat, and the 250.8.2 with ethanol.
Positive sulfate and acid tests 250.9.
Purity criteria: 250.9.1.
Not more than 0.02% ash 250.9.2.
The reducing substances, not more than 40 mg/kg, calculated as SO2 250.9.3.
Not more than 50 mg chloride/kg 250.9.4.
Nitrates are not more than 10 mg/kg of anhydrous sulfuric acid 250.9.5.
Iron not more than 20 mg/kg 250.9.6.
Selenium not more than 20 mg/kg 250.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 250.9.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 250.9.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/251.
(E) (I) 514-Sodium sulphate 251.1.
The chemical name for sodium sulphate 251.2.
Chemical formula Na2SO4 × nH2 (n = 0 or 10) 251.3.
Molecular weight 142.04 (anhydrous) 322.04 (dekahidrāt) 251.4.
Assay not less than 99.0% on the anhydrous 251.5.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or crystalline powder. Dekahidrāt dry air loses water of crystallization 269.3.
Proof of identity: 251.6.1.
Positive sulfate and sodium ion in the 251.6.2 test.
Acidity (5% solution) a neutral or weakly alkaline reaction of 251.7 with litmus.
Purity criteria: 251.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1.0% on the anhydrous basis and not more than 57% dekahidrāt (1300 C) 251.7.2.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 251.7.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 251.7.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 251.7.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg, 252.
(E) (II) 514-sodium hydrogen sulphate 252.1.
Synonyms sodium sulphate acid (acid sodium sulphat); sodium bisulphate (sodium bisulphat) 252.2.
Chemical name sodium hydrogen sulphate 252.3.
Chemical formula NaHSO4 252.4.
Molecular weight 120.06 252.5.
Not less than 95.2% assay 252.6.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or granules 252.7.
Proof of identity: 252.7.1.
The solution is strongly acidic 252.7.2.
Positive sulfate and sodium ion tests 252.8.
Purity criteria: 252.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.8% 252.8.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.05% 252.8.3.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 252.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 252.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 252.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 253.
E 515 (I) potassium sulphate 253.1.
Chemical name potassium sulphate 253.2.
Chemical formula K2SO4 253.3.
Molecular weight 174.25 253.4.
Not less than 99.0% assay 253.5.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or crystalline powder 253.6.
Proof of identity: 253.6.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 253.6.2.
pH 5.5-8.5 (5% solution) 253.6.3.
Positive sulfate and potassium ion tests 253.7.
Purity criteria: 253.7.1.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 253.7.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 253.7.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 253.7.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/254.
(E) (II) 515-potassium hydrogen sulphate 254.1.
Synonyms potassium bisulphate (potassi Forum bisulphat); potassium acid sulphate (potassi of acid sulphat) 254.2.
The chemical name for potassium hidrogensulfāt 254.3.
Chemical formula KHSO4 254.4.
Molecular weight 136.17 254.5.
Not less than 99% assay 254.6.
Melting temperature (C) 254.7 1970.
Looks like white crystals, pieces or granules, to 254.8 hygroscopic.
Proof of identity: 254.8.1.
Positive test for potassium 254.8.2.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 254.9.
Purity criteria: 254.9.1.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 254.9.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 254.9.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 254.9.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 255.
E 516 calcium sulphate-255.1.
Synonyms gypsum (gyps); selenite (selenit);
anhydrite (anhydrit) 255.2.
Chemical name calcium sulphate 255.3.
Einecs 231-900-3 255.4.
Chemical formula CaSO4 × nH2 (n = 0 or 2) 255.5.
Molecular weight 136.14 (anhydrous); 172.18 (dihydrate) 255.6.
Assay not less than 99.0% on the anhydrous 255.7. "
Looks like a white to yellowish-white powder fine without aroma 255.8.
Proof of identity: 255.8.1.
The solubility of poorly soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 255.8.2.
Positive sulfate and calcium ion tests 255.9.
Purity criteria: 255.9.1.
Loss on drying

Not more than 1.5% on the anhydrous basis (2500 C to constant weight); not more than 23% dihydrate (2500 C to constant weight) 255.9.2.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg 255.9.3.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 255.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 255.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 255.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg of 256.
E 517 ammonium sulphate-256.1.
Chemical name ammonium sulphate 256.2.
Einecs 231-948-1 256.3.
Chemical formula (NH4) 2SO4 256.4.
Molecular weight 132.14 256.5.
Assay not less than 99.0% and not more than 100.5% 256.6.
Looks like the white powder, shining plates or crystalline particles 256.7.
Proof of identity: 256.7.1.
Positive ammonium and sulphate ion solubility test in 256.7.2 well soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 256.8.
Purity criteria: 256.8.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 0.25% 256.8.2.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 256.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg, 257.
E 520 Aluminium sulphate-257.1.
Synonyms alum (beer) 257.2.
The chemical name of 257.3 aluminium sulphate.
Einecs number 233-257.4 135-0.
Chemical formula Al2 (SO4) 3 257.5.
Molecular weight 342.13 257.6.
Not less than 99.5% assay calcined substance 257.7.
Looks like the white powder, shining plates or crystals with a sweet slightly astringent taste 257.8.
Proof of identity: 257.8.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 257.8.2.
a pH of not less than (5% solution) 2.9 257.8.3.
Positive ion and aluminium sulphate tests 257.9.
Purity criteria: 257.9.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 5% (5000 C, 3 h) 257.9.2.
Alkali metal and alkaline earth metal hydroxides are not more than 0.4% 257.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg 257.9.4.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 257.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 257.9.6.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 257.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 258.
E 521 aluminium sodium sulphate-258.1.
Synonyms of soda alum (fine beer);
sodium alum (sodium alum) 258.2.
The chemical name for sodium sulphate of aluminium 258.3.
Einecs number 233-277-3 258.4.
Chemical formula of Moose (SO4) 2 × nH2 (n = 0 or 12) 258.5.
Molecular weight 242.09 (anhydrous) 258.6.
Assay not less than 96.5% on the anhydrous basis and not less than 99.5%, dodecahydrate calculated on the anhydrous substance 258.7.
Looks like a Transparent crystals or white crystalline powder with salts, astringent taste of 258.8.
Proof of identity: 258.8.1.
The solubility of poorly soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol (anhydrous); well soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol (dodecahydrate) 258.8.2.
Positive aluminum ion, sodium ion and sulphate tests 258.8.3.
Flame test fire, flame paint samples of bright yellow 258.9.
Purity criteria: 258.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 10.0% on the anhydrous basis (2200 C, 16 h), dodecahydrate not more than 47.2% (50-550 C, 1 h and 2000 C, 16 h) 258.9.2.
Ammonium salts by heating is not felt the smell of ammonia 258.9.3.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg 258.9.4.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 258.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 258.9.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 258.9.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg to 259.
E 522 aluminium potassium sulphate-259.1.
Synonyms potassium alum (potassi of beer);
Potash alum (potash alum) 259.2.
The chemical name of aluminium potassium sulphate dodecahydrate 259.3.
Einecs 232-141-259.4 3.
Chemical formula 12H2 (SO4) 2 × Auk the 259.5.
Molecular weight 474.38 259.6.
Not less than 99.5% of the parent Desire (SO4) 2 × 12H2 of 259.7.
Looks like a Small transparent crystals or white crystalline powder with a sweet taste of astringent 259.8.
Proof of identity: 259.8.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 259.8.2.
3.0-4.0 pH (10% solution) 259.8.3.
Positive aluminum ions, potassium and sulfate tests for 259.8.4.
Flame test fire, flame paint samples of violet 259.9.
Purity criteria: 259.9.1.
Ammonium salts by heating is not felt the smell of ammonia 259.9.2.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg 259.9.3.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 259.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 259.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 259.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg to 260.
E 523 aluminium ammonium sulphate-260.1.
Synonyms ammonium alum (ammonium medium beer) 260.2.
The chemical name of aluminium ammonium sulfate 260.3.
Einecs 232-055-3 260.4.
Chemical formula AlNH4 (SO4) 2 × 12H2 the 260.5.
Molecular 260.6 453.32.
Not less than 99.5% of the parent AlNH4 (SO4) 2 × 12H2 of 260.7.
Looks like a large, white, colourless crystals or granular powder with a sweet strong astringent flavor 260.8.
Proof of identity: 260.8.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 260.8.2.
Positive aluminum ion, ammonium ion and sulphate tests 260.9.
Purity criteria: 260.9.1.
Alkali metal and alkaline earth metal hydroxides are not more than 0.5% 260.9.2.
Fluoride not more than 30 mg/kg 260.9.3.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg 260.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 260.9.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 260.9.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg of 261.
E 524 sodium hydroxide-261.1.
Caustic soda synonyms (caustic soda); lye (lye) 261.2.
Chemical name sodium hydroxide 261.3.
Einecs 215-185-5, 261.4.
Chemical formula NaOH 261.5.
Molecular 40.0 261.6.
Not less than 98.0% basic substance of common alkalis, calculated as NaOH (in solid form) or the appropriate percentage specified in the label content (solution) 261.7.
Looks like a white or almost white flakes, pellets, grain or other shapes. The solution is clear or slightly turbid, colourless or slightly coloured, strongly alkaline and absorbent, absorbing carbon dioxide from the air, forming sodium carbonate 261.8.
Proof of identity: 261.8.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol in 261.8.2 well.
Alkalinity 1% solution is strongly alkaline 261.8.3.
Positive test for sodium ion 261.9.
Purity criteria: 261.9.1.
Insoluble in water and organic materials 5% solution is a clear, colourless or slightly colored 261.9.2.
Not more than 0.5% of carbonates, calculated as 261.9.3 Na2CO3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 261.9.4.
Lead not more than 0.5 mg/kg 261.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/262.
E 525 potassium hydroxide-262.1.
Caustic Potash synonyms (caustic potash) 262.2.
Chemical name potassium hydroxide 262.3.
Einecs 215-181-3 262.4.
Chemical formula KOH 262.5.
Molecular weight 56.11 262.6.
Not less than 85.0% assay of total alkali calculated as KOH, 262.7.
Looks like a white or almost white flakes, pellets, grain, sintered mass or other forms of 262.8.
Proof of identity: 262.8.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, soluble in methanol 262.8.2 well.
Alkalinity 1% solution is strongly alkaline 262.8.3.
Positive test for potassium ion 262.9.
Purity criteria: 262.9.1.
Water insoluble substances 5% solution is clear and colourless 262.9.2.
Not more than 3.5% of carbonates, calculated as K2CO3 262.9.3.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 262.9.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 262.9.5.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg/263.
E 526 calcium hydroxide-263.1.
Synonyms deleted lime (slaked lime) 263.2.
Chemical name calcium hydroxide 263.3.
Einecs 215-137-3 271.9.
Chemical formula Ca (OH) 2 263.5.
Molecular weight 74.09 263.6.
Not less than 92.0% assay 263.7.
Looks like white powder 263.8.
Proof of identity: 263.8.1.
The solubility of poorly soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol, insoluble in glycerol 263.8.2.
Positive ion alkali and calcium tests 263.9.
Purity criteria: 263.9.1.
Barium is not more than 300 mg/kg 263.9.2.
Alkali and magnesium salts not more than 1.0% 263.9.3.
Acid insoluble ash not more than 1.0% 263.9.4.
Fluoride not more than 50 mg/kg 263.9.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 263.9.6.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg-264 E 527 ammonium hydroxide 264.1.
Synonyms of ammonia water (Aqua ammonium); concentrated ammonia solution (strong ammonium solutions) 264.2.
The chemical name for ammonium hydroxide 264.3.
Chemical formula Nh3 264.4.
Molecular 35.05 264.5.
Assay not less than 27% of the ammonia 264.6.
Looks like a clear colourless solution with extremely sharp characteristic smell 264.7.
Identity proof-positive of the ammonia test 264.8.
Purity criteria: 264.8.1.
Non-volatile residue not more than 0.02% 264.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 264.8.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg/265.
E 528 Magnesium hydroxide-265.1.
Chemical name Magnesium hydroxide 265.2.
Einecs 215-170-3 265.3.
Chemical formula Mg (OH) 2 265.4.
Molecular weight 58.32 265.5.
Assay not less than 95.0% on the anhydrous 265.6.
Looks like white powder without flavor with a slightly alkaline taste of 265.7.
Proof of identity: 265.7.1.
The solubility of the virtually insoluble in water and in ethanol, 265.7.2.
Positive ion alkali and magnesium tests 265.8.
Purity criteria: 265.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.0% (1050 C, 2 h) 265.8.2.
Loss on calcination of

Not more than 33% (8000 C to constant weight) 265.8.3.
Calcium oxide, not more than 1.5% 265.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 265.8.5.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 266.
E 529 calcium oxide, 266.1.
Synonyms-Burnt lime (burnt lime) 266.2.
Chemical name calcium oxide 266.3.
Einecs 215-138-9 266.4.
Chemical formula Cao 266.5.
Molecular weight 56.08 266.6.
Not less than 95.0% assay calcined substance 266.7.
Looks like a white or grayish-white solid mass or grain or white to grayish-white powder without flavor 266.8.
Proof of identity: 266.8.1.
The solubility of poorly soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol, insoluble in glycerol 266.8.2.
Reaction with water, ensure thorough wetting of the sample with water, releases heat 266.8.3.
Positive ion alkali and calcium tests 266.9.
Purity criteria: 266.9.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 10.0% (8000 ° C, constant weight) 266.9.2.
Barium is not more than 300 mg/kg 266.9.3.
Alkali and magnesium salts, not more than 1.5% 266.9.4.
Acid insoluble substance not more than 1.0% 266.9.5.
Fluoride not more than 50 mg/kg 266.9.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 266.9.7.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg of 267.
E 530 magnesium oxide-267.1.
Chemical name magnesium oxide 267.2.
Einecs 215-171-9 267.3.
Chemical formula MgO 267.4.
Molecular weight 40.31 267.5.
Not less than 98.0% assay after calcination temperature of 8000 C to constant weight 267.6.
Looks like a very large white powder known as light magnesium oxide, or relative dense, white powder known as heavy magnesium oxide. 5 g of light magnesium oxide occupy a volume of 40 to 50 ml, 5 g of heavy magnesium oxide occupy a volume of between 10 and 20 ml 267.7.
Proof of identity: 267.7.1.
The solubility of the virtually insoluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 267.7.2.
Positive ion alkali and magnesium tests 267.8.
Purity criteria: 267.8.1.
Loss on calcination, not more than 5.0% (8000 ° C, constant weight) 267.8.2.
Calcium oxide, not more than 1.5% 267.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 267.8.4.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg to 268.
E 535 sodium ferrocyanide – 268.1.
Synonyms yellow sodium prusiāt (yellow prussiat of punishment); sodium heksaciānoferāt (sodium hexacyanoferrat) 268.2.
The chemical name for sodium ferrocyanide 268.3.
Einecs number 237-081-9 268.4.
Chemical formula Na4F (CN) 6 × 10h2o 268.5.
Molecular weight 484.1 268.6.
Not less than 99.0% assay 268.7.
Looks like Yellow crystals or crystalline powder 268.8.
Identity proof-positive and sodium ferrocyanide ion tests 268.9.
Purity criteria: 268.9.1.
Unbound water not more than 1.0% 268.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.03% 268.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% chloride 268.9.4.
Not more than 0.1% sulfate 268.9.5.
Cyanide is not allowed in 268.9.6.
Fericianīd are not allowed in 268.9.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg in the 269.
E 536 potassium ferrocyanide-269.1.
Synonyms potassium yellow prusiāt (yellow prussiat of potash); potassium heksaciānoferāt (hexacyanoferrat of potassi) 269.2.
Chemical name potassium ferrocyanide 269.3.
Einecs number 237-722-2 269.4.
Chemical formula k4fe (CN) 6 x 3H2O 269.5.
Molecular weight 422.4 269.6.
Not less than 99.0% assay 269.7.
Looks like Citrine crystals 269.8.
Proof of identity – and potassium ferrocyanide ion tests 269.9.
Purity criteria: 269.9.1.
Unbound water not more than 1.0% 269.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.03% 269.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% chloride 269.9.4.
Not more than 0.1% sulfate 269.9.5.
Cyanide is not allowed in 269.9.6.
Fericianīd are not allowed in 269.9.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 270.
E 538 calcium ferrocyanide-270.1.
Synonyms of Lime yellow prusīt (yellow prussiat of lime); heksaciānoferāt calcium (calcium hexacyanoferrat) 270.2.
Chemical name Calcium ferrocyanide; calcium heksaciānoferāt (II) 270.3.
Einecs 215-476-7 270.4.
Chemical formula Ca2F (CN) 6 × 12H2 the 270.5.
Molecular weight 508.3 270.6.
Not less than 99.0% assay 270.7.
Looks like Yellow crystals or crystalline powder 270.8.
Identity proof-positive ferrocyanide and calcium ion tests 270.9.
Purity criteria: 270.9.1.
Unbound water not more than 1.0% 270.9.2.
Water insoluble substances not more than 0.03% 270.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% chloride 270.9.4.
Not more than 0.1% sulfate 270.9.5.
Cyanide is not allowed in 270.9.6.
Fericianīd are not allowed in 270.9.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 271.
E 541 sodium-aluminum phosphate acid 271.1.
The chemical name is sodium trialumīnij tetradekahidrogēnoktafosfāt tetrahydrate (A); trisodium dialumīnij (B) pentadekahidrogēnoktafosfāt of 271.2.
Einecs 232-090-4 271.3.
Chemical formula NaAl3H14 (PO4) 8 × 4h2o (A); Na3Al2H15 (PO4) 8 (B) 271.4.
Molecular weight 949.88 (A); 897.82 (B) 271.5.
Not less than 95.0% assay NaAl3H14 (PO4) 8 × 4h2o or not less than 95.0% Na3Al2H15 (PO4) 8 271.6.
Looks like white powder without flavor 271.7.
Proof of identity: 271.7.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in hydrochloric acid 271.7.2.
the pH of acidic reaction (litmus) 271.7.3.
The positive sodium ion, aluminum ions and phosphate tests 271.8.
Purity criteria: 271.8.1.
Loss on calcination of 21.0% to 19.5-substance NaAl3H14 (PO4) 8 × 4h2o and 15-16% of Na3Al2H15 (PO4) 8 substances (750-8000 C, 2 h) 271.8.2.
Fluoride not more than 25 mg/kg 271.8.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 271.8.4.
Lead not more than 4 mg/kg 271.8.5.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 271.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 272.
E 551 silicon dioxide-290.2.
Synonym for quartz, silicon dioxide (silica) 272.2.
Definition of silicon dioxide is an amorphous substance that is produced synthetically, vapour phase hydrolysis process of getting steamed silicon dioxide or wet in the process obtaining precipitated silica, silica gel or water containing silicon dioxide. Steamed silicon dioxide produces anhydrous environment, but the wet process products are hydrates or contain absorbed on the surface of the water.
272.3. Chemical name silicon dioxide 272.4.
Einecs 231-545-272.5 4.
Chemical formula (SiO2) n 272.6.
Molecular 60.08 272.7 (SiO2).
Not less than 99.0% assay of silica or steaming not less than 94.0% hydrated form (after calcination) 272.8.
Looks like fluffy White hygroscopic powder or granules 272.9.
Identity proof-positive test for silica 272.10.
Purity criteria: 272.10.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2.5% steamed for silicon dioxide (1050 C, 2 h), not more than 8.0% precipitated silica and silica gel for (1050 C, 2 h) and not more than 70% of aqueous silica (1050 C, 2 h) 272.10.2.
Loss on calcination, not more than 2.5% for steamed dried product (10000 C), not more than 8.5% dried product to hydrate form 272.10.3.
Soluble ionisable salts not more than 5.0%, calculated as Na2SO4 272.10.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 272.10.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 272.10.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 273.
E 552 Calcium silicate-273.1.
Definition of calcium silicate is water-or anhydrous silicate with different Cao and SiO2 relations 273.2.
Chemical name Calcium silicate 273.3.
Einecs 215-710-8 273.4.
Assay not less than 50% and not more than 95% SiO2 and not less than 3% and not more than 35% Cao anhydrous 273.5.
Looks like a very fine white or greyish flowing powder that does not change, even absorbing relatively large quantities of water or other liquid 273.6.
Proof of identity: 273.6.1.
With mineral acids form a gel for 273.6.2.
Positive silicate and calcium ion tests 273.7.
Purity criteria: 273.7.1.
Loss on drying not more than 10% (1050 C, 2 h) 273.7.2.
Loss on calcination of not less than 5% and not more than 14% (10000 C to constant weight) 273.7.3.
Not more than 3% sodium 273.7.4.
Fluoride not more than 50 mg/kg 273.7.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 273.7.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 273.7.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg of 274.
E 553 (I)-Magnesium silicate 274.1.
Definition of magnesium silicate is a synthetic compound that Mg and molar ratio of SiO2 is approximately 2:5 274.2.
Assay not less than 15% of MgO and not less than 67% SiO2 (after calcination) 274.3.
Looks like a very fine white powder without smell and taste 274.4.
Proof of identity: 274.4.1.
pH 7.0-10.8 (10% of the substance in the mixture with water) 274.4.2.
Positive magnesium ions and silicate tests 274.5.
Purity criteria: 274.5.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1050 C, 2 h) 274.5.2.
Loss on calcination, not more than 15% of the dried substance (10000 C, 20 min) 274.5.3.
Water soluble salts not more than 3% 274.5.4.
Free lye, not more than 1%, calculated as NaOH 274.5.5.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 274.5.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 274.5.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 274.5.8.
Mercury

Not more than 1 mg/kg/275.
E 553 (II)-magnesium trisilikāt 275.1.
The chemical name of 275.2 of magnesium trisilikāt.
Chemical formula Mg2Si3O8 × xH2 (approximate composition) 275.3.
Einecs 239-076-7 268.3.
Assay of Content not less than 29.0% of MgO and not less than 65.0% of SiO2 (after calcination) 275.4.
Looks like a very fine white powder 275.5.
Proof of identity: 275.5.1.
pH 6.3-9.5 (5% substances mixed with water) 275.5.2.
Positive magnesium ions and silicate tests 275.6.
Purity criteria: 275.6.1.
Loss on calcination of not less than 17% and not more than 34% (10000 C) 275.6.2.
Water soluble salts not more than 2% 275.6.3.
Free lye, not more than 1%, calculated as NaOH 275.6.4.
Fluoride not more than 10 mg/kg 275.6.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 275.6.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 275.6.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/276.
E 553b TALC-276.1.
Synonyms talcum 276.2.
The definition of a natural aqueous magnesium silicate form that contains such associated minerals as Alpha-quartz, calcite, chlorite, kaolin, dolomite, magnesite, and fologopīt.
TALC, obtained from the sediments, known to contain asbestos, no usable food.
276.3. Chemical name magnesium metasilicate 276.4.
Einecs number 877-238-9 276.5.
Chemical formula is Mg3 (Si4O10) (OH) 2 276.6.
Molecular weight 379.22 276.7.
Looks like a very fine white or grayish-white crystalline powder 276.8.
Proof of identity: 276.8.1.
IR absorption peaks at specific 3677, 1018 and 669 cm-1 276.8.2.
X-ray diffraction peak at 9,34/4,66/3,12 A ° 276.8.3.
Solubility insoluble in water and in ethanol 276.9.
Purity criteria: 276.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (1050 C, 1 h) 276.9.2.
Acid soluble matter not more than 6% 276.9.3.
Water soluble substances not more than 0.2% 276.9.4.
Acid soluble iron 276.9.5 is not allowed.
Arsenic not more than 10 mg/kg 276.9.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg, 277.
E 554 sodium aluminium silicate-277.1.
Synonyms sodium alumināt of Silicon (sodium silicoaluminat) 277.2.
Chemical name sodium aluminium silicate 277.3.
Assay not less than 66.0% and not more than 88.0% SiO2 and not less than 5.0% and not more than 15.0% Al2O3 277.4 anhydrous.
Looks like a Fine white amorphous powder or tiny beads 277.5.
Proof of identity: 277.5.1.
pH 6.5-11.5 (5% dispersion) 277.5.2.
The positive sodium ion, ion and aluminium silicate tests 277.6.
Purity criteria: 277.6.1.
Loss on drying not more than 8.0% (1050 C, 2 h) 277.6.2.
Loss on calcination of not less than 5.0% and not more than 11.0% on the anhydrous basis (10000 C to constant weight) 277.6.3.
Sodium is not less than 5% and not more than 8.5% on the anhydrous basis, calculated as Na2O 277.6.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 277.6.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 277.6.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/278.
E 555 Potassium aluminium silicate-278.1.
Synonyms MICA (mic) 278.2.
Definition of natural MICA consists mainly of aluminium potassium silicate 278.3.
Einecs number: 310-127-6 278.4.
The chemical name for potassium aluminum silicate 278.5.
Chemical formula for KAl2 [AlSi3O10] 278.6 (OH) 2.
Molecular weight 398 278.7 assay not less than 98% 278.8.
Proof of identity: 278.8.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, diluted acids and sārmo and organic solvents 278.9.
Purity criteria for 278.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (1050 C, 2 h) 278.9.2.
Antimony up to 20 mg/kg 278.9.3.
Zinc not more than 25 mg/kg 278.9.4.
Barium is not more than 25 mg/kg 278.9.5.
Chromium not more than 100 mg/kg 278.9.6.
Copper, not more than 25 mg/kg 278.9.7.
Nickel not more than 50 mg/kg 278.9.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 278.9.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 278.9.10.
Cadmium is not more than 2 mg/kg 278.9.11.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg of 279.
E 556 calcium aluminium silicate-279.1.
Synonyms aluminum calcium silicate (calcium aluminium silicat); calcium Silicon alumināt (calcium silicoaluminat) 279.2.
Chemical name calcium aluminium silicate 279.3.
Assay on the anhydrous basis not less than 44.0% and not more than 50.0% silicon dioxide, not less than 3.0% and not more than 5.0% aluminium oxide and not less than 32.0% and not more than 38.0% calcium oxide 279.4.
Looks like a Fine white flowing powder 279.5.
Identity proof-positive of calcium and aluminum silicate ion and tests 279.6.
Purity criteria: 279.6.1.
Loss on drying not more than 10.0% (1050 C, 2 h) 279.6.2.
Loss on calcination of not less than 14.0% and not more than 18.0% anhydrous (10000 C to constant weight) 279.6.3.
Fluoride not more than 50 mg/kg 279.6.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 279.6.5.
Lead not more than 10 mg/kg 279.6.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg for 280.
E 558 bentonite-280.1.
Definition of bentonite is natural clay with a high content of montmorilonīt. Montmorilonīt is a natural hydrated aluminum silicate molecules in which some aluminium and silicon atom can be replaced by other atoms, such as magnesium and iron atoms.
280.2. Einecs 215-108-5 280.3.
Chemical formula (Al, Mg) 2 (Si3O10) (OH) 8 · 12H20 280.4.
Molecular 819 280.5.
Assay Montmorilonīt content of not less than 80% 280.6.
Looks like very subtle yellowish or greyish white powder or granules 280.7.
Proof of 280.7.1 identity.
Methylene blue test 280.7.2.
X-ray diffraction peak at the specific 12.5/15 A ° 280.7.3.
IR absorption peaks at 428/470/530/1 110-1020/3776-3400cm-1 280.8.
Purity criteria: 280.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% (1050 C, 2 h) 280.8.2.
Arsenic not more than 2 mg/kg 280.8.3.
Lead not more than 20 mg/kg to 281.
E 559 aluminium silicate-281.1.
Synonyms kaolin, light or heavy (kaolin, light or heavy) 281.2.
Definition of aqueous aluminium silicate (kaolin) is a purified white plastic clay composed of kaolinite, potassium aluminium silicate, feldspar and quartz. It is not a kalcionēt 281.3.
Einecs 215-286-4 (kaolinite) 281.4.
Chemical formula Al2Si2O5 (OH) 4 (kaolinite) 281.5 molecular 264 281.6.
Assay not less than 90% (silica SiO2 and Al2O3 alumina amount after calcination) silicon dioxide SiO2-45% 55% aluminium oxide-Al2O3 30%-39% 281.7.
Looks like a Fine white or off-white powder 281.8 fatty.
Proof of 281.8.1 identity.
Positive aluminum oxide and silicate tests 281.8.2.
X-ray diffraction peaks at 7,18 the specific/3.58/2,38/1,78 A ° 281.8.3.
IR absorption peaks at 3700 and 3620 cm 1 281.9.
Purity criteria: 281.9.1.
Loss on calcination of 10-14% (10000 C, to constant weight) 281.9.2.
Water soluble substances not more than 0.3% 281.9.3.
Acid soluble matter not more than 2.0% 281.9.4.
Iron not more than 5% 281.9.5.
Potassium oxide (K2O) not more than 5% 281.9.6.
Not more than 0.5% of Oglegl 281.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 3% 281.9.8.
Lead not more than 5% 281.9.9.
Mercury, not more than 1% 282.
E 570 fatty acids-282.1.
The definition of Linear fatty acids, Caprylic acid (C8), kaprīnskāb (C10), lauric (C12), myristic (C14), Palmitic acid (C16), stearic acid (C18), oleic acid (C18:1) 282.2.
Chemical name Octanoic (8), dekānskāb (C10), dodekānskāb (12), tetradekānskāb (C14), heksadekānskāb (C16), oktadekānskāb (C18), 9-oktadecēnskāb (C18:1) 282.3.
Not less than 98% of the parent (hromotogrāfij), 282.4.
Looks like a colourless liquid or white solid obtained from oils and fats 282.5.
Proof of identity of Individual fatty acids identified by determining the number of acid, iodine number and molecular weight of the gas chromatogram of 282.6.
Purity criteria: 282.6.1.
The remainder after calcination, not more than 0.1% 282.6.2.
No pārziepojam substances, not more than 1.5% 282.6.3.
Water not more than 0.2% (Karl Fischer) 282.6.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 282.6.5.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 282.6.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg E 574-283 of 283.1 Glukonskāb.
Synonyms (D)-Glukonskāb (D-gluconic acid); dekstronskāb (dextronic acid) 283.2.
Definition of the glukonskāb and the glukonskāb is Glukonskāb Delta-Lactone of 283.3 aqueous solution.
The chemical name of 283.4 Glukonskāb.
Chemical formula C6H12O7 (glukonskāb) 283.5.
Molecular 196.2 283.6.
Not less than 50.0% basic substance, calculated as glukonskāb of 283.7.
Looks like a colourless or light yellow, clear syrupy liquid 283.8.
Proof of identity-glukonskāb fenilhidrazīd melting point of 196-2020 C (with decomposition) 283.9.
Purity criteria: 283.9.1.
The remainder after calcination, not more than 1.0% 283.9.2.
The reducing substances, not more than 0.75%, calculated as D-glucose 283.9.3.
Not more than 350 mg chloride/kg 283.9.4.
Sulphate no more than 240 mg/kg 283.9.5.
Sulphites not more than 20 mg/kg 283.9.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 283.9.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 283.9.8.

Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/284.
E 575 – Glukonskāb Delta-Lactone 284.1.
Synonymous Glukonlakton (gluconolacton, GDL) 284.2.
Definition of Glukon-Delta-Lactone is the cyclic 1.5 D-glukonskāb-iekšmolekulār to ēster. It will hydrolyze in water environment on D-glukonskāb (55%-66%) and the Delta-and gamma-lactones balanced mixture of 284.3.
Chemical name D-Glukon-1.5-Lactone 284.4.
Einecs 202-016-5 284.5.
Chemical formula C6H10O6 284.6.
Molecular weight 178.14 284.7.
Assay not less than 99.0% on the anhydrous 284.8.
Looks like a white fine crystalline powder without smell 284.9.
Proof of identity: 284.9.1.
Good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 284.9.2 bad.
Glukonskāb fenilhidrazīd melting point of 196-2020 C with decomposition 284.10.
Purity criteria: 284.10.1.
The melting temperature of 152 ± 20 C 284.10.2.
The reducing substances, not more than 0.75%, calculated as D-glucose 284.10.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 284.10.4 water not more than 1.0% (Karl Fischer) 285.
E 576 sodium gluconate-285.1.
Synonyms of D-Glukonskāb sodium salt (sodium salt of gluconic acid-D) 285.2.
The chemical name is sodium D-gluconate; D-glukonskāb sodium salt of 285.3.
Einecs number 208-407-7 285.4.
Chemical formula C6H11NaO7 285.5.
Molecular weight 285.6 218.14.
Not less than 98.0% assay 285.7.
Looks like white to Tan in a grainy or fine crystalline powder 285.8.
Proof of identity: 285.8.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 285.8.2 difficult.
The positive sodium ions glukonāt and 285.8.3 tests.
pH 6.5-7.5 (10% solution) 285.9.
Purity criteria: 285.9.1.
The reducing substances not more than 1.0%, calculated as D-glucose 285.9.2.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 286.
E 577 Potassium gluconate-286.1.
Synonyms potassium salt of D-Glukonskāb (Museum Island of D-potassi gluconic acid) 286.2.
The chemical name of D-gluconate Potassium 286.3.
Einecs number 206-074-2 286.4.
Chemical formula C6H11KO7 (anhydrous) · C6H11KO7 H2O (monohydrate) 286.5.
Molecular weight 234.25 (anhydrous) 252.26 (monohydrate) 286.6.
Assay not less than 97.0% and not more than 103.0% on dried substance 286.7.
Looks like a white to yellowish-white fluid powder or granules without aroma 286.8.
Proof of 286.8.1 identity.
Positive potassium ions glukonāt and 286.8.2 tests.
pH 7.0-8.3 (10% solution) 286.9.
Purity criteria: 286.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 3.0% (anhydrous, 1050 C, 4 h, vacuum); not less than 6% and not more than 7.5% (monohydrate, 1050 C, 4 h, vacuum) 286.9.2.
The reducing substances not more than 1.0%, calculated as D-glucose 286.9.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg at 287.
E 578 Calcium Gluconate-287.
Synonyms of D-Glukonskāb calcium salt of 287.
Chemical name calcium di-D-gluconate 287.
Einecs number 206-075-8 287.
Chemical formula C12H22CaO14 (anhydrous) C12H22CaO14 × H2O (monohydrate) 287.
Molecular weight 430.38 (anhydrous) 448.39 (monohydrate) 287.
Not less than 98.0% basic substance and not more than 102% on the anhydrous 287.
Looks like a white crystalline granules or white powder without flavor, stable air 287.
Proof of identity: 287.1.
Solubility soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol 287.2.
Positive glukonāt and calcium ion in the 287.8.3 test.
pH 6.0-8.0 (5% solution) 287.
Purity criteria: 287.1.
Loss on drying not more than 3.0% on the anhydrous basis (1050 C, 16 h) monohydrate not more than 2.0% (1050 C, 16 h) 287.2.
The reducing substances not more than 1.0%, calculated as D-glucose 287.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg E 579 288-iron (II) gluconate 288.1.
Einecs number 206-076-3 288.2.
The chemical name for iron (II) di-D-glukonāt dihydrate 288.3.
Chemical formula C12H22FeO14 x 2H2O 288.4.
Molecular weight 482.17 288.5.
Not less than 95% of the parent of the dried substance 288.6.
Looks like a pale yellowish gray or greenish yellow powder or granules with weak smell of burned sugar 288.7.
Proof of identity: 288.7.1.
Solubility soluble in warm water, practically insoluble in ethanol 288.7.2.
Positive ion of iron (II) test 288.7.3.
Glukonskāb fenilhidrazīn derivatives of building positive 288.7.4.
4-5.5 pH (10% solution) 288.8.
Purity criteria: 288.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 10% (1050 C, 16 h) 288.8.2.
Oxalic acid 288.8.3 is not allowed.
Iron (Fe II) not more than 2% 288.8.4.
The reducing substances, not more than 0.5%, calculated as glucose 288.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 288.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 288.8.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 288.8.8.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg to 289.
(E) 585-ferrous lactate to 289.1.
Synonyms 2-iron (II) hidroksipropanāt (iron (II) 2-hydroxy propanoat) 289.2.
Einecs number 227-608-0 289.3.
The chemical name for iron (II) 2-hidroksipropanāt of 289.4.
Chemical formula xH2 C6H10FeO6 × (x = 2 or 3) 289.5.
Molecular weight 270.02 (dihydrate); 288.03 (trihydrate) 289.6.
Not less than 96% of the parent of the dried substance 289.7.
Looks like a greenish white crystals or light green powder with low characteristic smell 289.8.
Proof of identity: 289.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water, practically insoluble in ethanol 289.8.2.
pH 4 to 6 (2% solution) 289.8.3.
Positive iron (II) ions and lactate test 289.9.
Purity criteria: 289.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 18% (1000 C under vacuum at 700 mm Hg) 289.9.2.
Iron (Fe II) not more than 0.6% 289.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 289.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 289.9.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 289.9.6.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 290.
E 620 glutamic acid-290.1.
Synonyms L-glutamic acid (L-glutamic acid);
L-a-aminoglutarskāb (L-a-aminoglutaric acid) 290.2.
Chemical name L-glutamic acid; L-2-aminopentāndiskāb of 290.3.
Einecs number 200-293-7 290.4.
Chemical formula C5H9NO4 290.5.
Molecular weight 147.13 290.6.
Assay not less than 99.0% and not more than 101.0% on the anhydrous 290.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder 290.8.
Proof of identity: 290.8.1.
Positive test for glutamic acid by thin-layer chromatography method 290.8.2.
Specific optical rotation angle = (31,50) – (+ 32.20) (10% solution in 2n HCL, 200 mm tube) 290.8.3.
pH 3.0-3.5 (saturated solution) 290.9.
Purity criteria: 290.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.2% (800 C, 3 h) 290.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2% 290.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% chloride 290.9.4.
Not more than 0.2% Pirolidonkarbonskāb 290.9.5.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 291.
(E) 621-Monosodium glutamate 291.1.
Synonyms Sodium glutamate (sodium glutamat, MSG) 291.2.
The chemical name of Monosodium L-glutamate monohydrate, 291.3.
Einecs 204-538-1 291.4.
Chemical formula C5H8NaNO4 x H2O 291.5.
Molecular weight 187.13 291.6.
Assay not less than 99.0% and not more than 101.0% on the anhydrous 291.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 291.8.
Proof of identity: 291.8.1.
Positive test for sodium ion 291.8.2.
Positive test for glutamic acid by thin-layer chromatography method 291.8.3.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 24,80) – (+ 25.30) (10% solution in 2n HCL, 200 mm tube) 291.8.4.
6.7-7.2 pH (5% solution) 291.9.
Purity criteria: 291.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (980 C, 5 h) 291.9.2.
Not more than 0.2% chloride 291.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% Pirolidonkarbonskāb 291.9.4.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg/292.
E 622 monopotassium glutamate-292.1.
Synonyms Potassium glutamate (MPG of glutamat, potassi) 292.2.
Chemical name Monopotassium L-glutamate monohydrate, 292.3.
Einecs 243-094-0 292.4.
Chemical formula C5H8KNO4 x H2O 292.5.
Molecular weight 203.24 292.6.
Assay not less than 99.0% and not more than 101.0% on the anhydrous 292.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 292.8.
Proof of identity: 292.8.1.
Positive test for potassium 292.8.2.
Positive test for glutamic acid by thin-layer chromatography method 292.8.3.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 22.50) – (+ 24.00) (10% solution in 2n HCL, 200 mm tube) 292.8.4.
6.7-7.3 pH (2% solution), 292.9.
Purity criteria: 292.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.2% (800 C, 5 h) 292.9.2.
Not more than 0.2% chloride 292.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% Pirolidonkarbonskāb 292.9.4.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg, 293.
E 623 calcium diglutamate-293.1.
Synonyms Calcium glutamate 293.2.
Chemical name L-glutamate Monocalcium di-293.3.
Einecs number 242-905-5 293.4.
Chemical formula xH2 C10H16CaN2O8 × (x = 0, 1, 2, or 4) 293.5.
Molecular weight 332.32 (anhydrous) 293.6.
Not less than 98.0% basic substance and not more than 102.0% on the anhydrous 293.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder with a distinctive flavour and aroma of 293.8 practically free.
Proof of identity:
 

293.8.1. a positive test for calcium ion 293.8.2.
Positive test for glutamic acid by thin-layer chromatography method 293.8.3.
Specific optical rotation angle: Tetrahidrāt = (+ percentage) – (+ 29.20) (10% solution in 2n HCL, 200 mm tube) 293.9.
Purity criteria: 293.9.1.
Water not more than 19.0% tetrahidrāt (Karl Fischer) 293.9.2.
Not more than 0.2% chloride 293.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% Pirolidonkarbonskāb 293.9.4.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg/294.
E 624 monoammonium glutamate-294.1.
Synonyms Ammonium glutamate (Honeywell unit glutamat) 294.2.
The chemical name of Monoammonium L-glutamate monohydrate, 294.3.
Einecs 231-447-1 294.4.
Chemical formula C5H12N2O4 x H2O 294.5.
Molecular weight 182.18 294.6.
Assay not less than 99.0% and not more than 101.0% on the anhydrous 294.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 294.8.
Proof of identity: 294.8.1.
Positive test for ammonium ions 294.8.2.
Positive test for glutamic acid by thin-layer chromatography method 294.8.3.
Specific optical rotation angle = (25.40) – (+ 26.40) (10% solution in 2n HCL, 200 mm tube) 294.8.4.
pH 6.0-7.0 (5% solution) 294.9.
Purity criteria: 294.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (500 C, 4 h) 294.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 294.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% Pirolidonkarbonskāb 294.9.4.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg, 295.
E 625 magnesium diglutamate-295.1.
Synonyms Magnesium glutamate (magnesium glutamat) 295.2.
Chemical name Monomagnij di-L-glutamate, tetrahidrāt of 295.3.
Einecs number 247-413-0 295.4.
Chemical formula C10H16MgN2O8 · 4h2o 295.5.
Molecular 388.62 295.6.
Assay not less than 95.0% and not more than 105.0% on the anhydrous 295.7.
Looks like a White or off-white crystals or powder without smell and taste characteristic 295.8.
Proof of identity: 295.8.1.
Positive magnesium ions in the test 295.8.2.
Positive test for glutamic acid by thin-layer chromatography method 295.8.3.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 23,80) – (+ 24.40) (10% solution in 2n HCL, 200 mm tube) 295.8.4.
6.4-7.5 pH (10% solution) 295.9.
Purity criteria: 295.9.1.
Water not more than 24% (Karl Fischer) 295.9.2.
Not more than 0.2% chloride 295.9.3.
Not more than 0.2% Pirolidonkarbonskāb 295.9.4.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg/296.
E 626 guanylic acid – 296.1.
5 '-guanylic acid synonyms (5 '-guanylic acid) 296.2.
Chemical name Guanosine-5 '-monofosforskāb-296.3.
The Einecs number 203-598-8 296.4.
Chemical formula C10H14N5O8P 296.5.
Molecular weight 363.22 296.6.
Assay not less than 97.0% on the anhydrous 296.7.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or white crystalline powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 296.8.
Proof of identity: 296.8.1.
1.5 – 2.5 pH (0.25% solution) 296.8.2.
Spectrometry absorption maximum at 256 nm (20 mg/l solution of 0.01 guanilskāb HCL) 296.8.3.
Positive riboz and organic phosphate tests 296.9.
Purity criteria: 296.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1.5% (1200 C, 4 h) 296.9.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 296.9.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg to 297.
E 627 disodium guanylate-297.1.
Synonyms sodium guanylate (sodium guanylat);
sodium 5 '-guanylate (sodium 5 '-guanylat) 297.2.
Chemical name Guanosine-5 '-monophosphate disodium has 297.3.
Einecs 221-849-5 297.4.
Chemical formula xH2 C10H12Na2N5O8P × (x = 7) 297.5.
Molecular weight 407.19 (anhydrous), 297.6.
Assay not less than 97.0% on the anhydrous 297.7.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or white crystalline powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 297.8.
Proof of identity: 297.8.1.
pH 7.0-8.5 (5% solution) 297.8.2.
Spectrometry absorption maximum at 256 nm (20 mg/l sample solution 0.01 N hydrochloric acid) 297.8.3.
The positive sodium ion, riboz and organic phosphate tests 297.9.
Purity criteria: 297.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 25% (1200 C, 4 h) 297.9.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 297.9.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg to 298.
E 628 Dipotassium guanylate-298.1.
Synonyms potassium guanylate (potassi Forum guanylat);
potassium 5 '-guanylate (5 '-guanylat of potassi) 298.2.
Chemical name Guanosine-5 '-DIPOTASSIUM monophosphate 298.3.
Einecs 226-914-1 298.4.
Chemical formula C10H12K2N5O8P 298.5.
Molecular weight 439.40 298.6.
Assay not less than 97.0% on the anhydrous 298.7.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or white crystalline powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 298.8.
Proof of identity: 298.8.1.
pH 7.0-8.5 (5% solution) 298.8.2.
Spectrometry absorption maximum at 256 nm (20 mg/l sample solution 0.01 N hydrochloric acid) 298.8.3.
Positive ions of potassium, riboz and organic phosphate tests 298.9.
Purity criteria: 298.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 5% (1200 C, 4 h) 298.9.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 298.9.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg/299.
E 629 calcium guanylate-299.1.
Synonyms of calcium 5 '-guanylate (calcium 5 '-guanylat) 299.2.
Chemical name calcium Guanosine-5 '-monophosphate 299.3.
Chemical formula C10H12CaN5O8P x the xH2 299.4.
Molecular weight 401.20 (anhydrous) 299.5.
Assay not less than 97.0% on the anhydrous 299.6.
Looks like a White or off-white crystals or powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 299.7.
Proof of identity: 299.7.1.
Spectrometry absorption maximum at 256 nm (20 mg/l sample solution 0.01 N hydrochloric acid) 299.7.2.
pH 7.0-8.0 (0.05% solution) 299.7.3.
Positive calcium ion, riboz and organic phosphate tests 299.8.
Purity criteria: 299.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 23.0% (1200 C, 4 h) 299.8.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 299.8.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 300.
E 630 inosinic acid-300.1.
5 '-inosinic acid synonyms (5 '-inosinic acid) 300.2.
Chemical name Inozīn-5 '-monofosforskāb-300.3.
Einecs 205-045-1 300.4.
Chemical formula C10H13N4O8P 300.5.
Molecular weight 348.21 300.6.
Assay not less than 97.0% on the anhydrous 300.7.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or white crystalline powder without smell and taste characteristic 300.8.
Proof of identity: 300.8.1.
1.0-2.0 pH (5% solution) 300.8.2.
Spectrometry absorption maximum at 250 nm (20 mg/l solution of 0.01 inozīnskāb HCL) 300.8.3.
Positive riboz and organic phosphate tests 300.9.
Purity criteria: 300.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 3.0% (1200 C, 4 h) 300.9.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 300.9.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg/301.
E 631 disodium inosinate-301.1.
Synonyms sodium inosinate (sodium inosinat);
sodium 5 '-inosinate (sodium 5 '-inosinat) 301.2.
Chemical name disodium inozīn-5 '-monophosphate 301.3.
Einecs 225-146-4 301.4.
Chemical formula C10H11Na2N4O8P x H2O 301.5.
Molecular weight 392.17 (anhydrous) 301.6.
Assay not less than 97.0% on the anhydrous 301.7.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or white crystalline powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 301.8.
Proof of identity: 301.8.1.
pH 7.0-8.5 (5% solution) 301.8.2.
The positive sodium ion, riboz and 301.8.3 of organic phosphate tests.
Spectrometry absorption maximum at 250 nm (20 mg/l sample solution 0.01 N hydrochloric acid) 301.9.
Purity criteria: 301.9.1.
Water not more than 28.5% (Karl Fischer) 301.9.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 301.9.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg/302.
E 632 DIPOTASSIUM inosinate-302.1.
Synonyms potassium inosinate (potassi Forum inosinat);
potassium 5 '-inosinate (5 '-inosinat of potassi) 302.2.
Chemical name DIPOTASSIUM inozīn-5 '-monophosphate 302.3.
Einecs 243-652-3 302.4.
Chemical formula C10H11K2N4O8P 302.5.
Molecular weight 424.39 302.6.
Assay not less than 97.0% on the anhydrous 302.7.
Looks like a colourless or white crystals or white crystalline powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 302.8.
Proof of identity: 302.8.1.
pH 7.0-8.5 (5% solution) 302.8.2.
Spectrometry absorption maximum at 250 nm (20 mg/l sample solution 0.01 N hydrochloric acid) 302.8.3.
Positive ions of potassium, riboz and organic phosphate tests 302.9.
Purity criteria: 302.9.1.
Water not more than 10.0% (Karl Fischer) 302.9.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 302.9.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 303.
E 633 Calcium inosinate-303.1.
Synonyms of calcium 5 '-inosinate (calcium 5 '-inosinat) 303.2.
Chemical name calcium inozīn-5 '-monophosphate 303.3.
Chemical formula C10H11CaN4O8P x the xH2 303.4.
Molecular weight 386.19 (anhydrous) 303.5.
Assay not less than 97.0% on the anhydrous 303.6.
Looks like a colourless, white or grayish-white crystals or powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 303.7.
Proof of identity: 303.7.1.
pH 7.0-8.0 (0.05% solution)

303.7.2. Spectrometry absorption maximum at 250 nm (20 mg/l sample solution 0.01 N hydrochloric acid) 303.7.3.
Positive calcium ion, riboz and organic phosphate tests 303.8.
Purity criteria: 303.8.1.
Water not more than 23.0% (Karl Fischer) 303.8.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 303.8.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg/304.
E-634 calcium 5 '-ribonucleotide 304.1.
Chemical name calcium inozīn-5 '-monophosphate and calcium Guanosine-5 '-monophosphate blend 304.2.
Chemical formula C10H11N4CaO8P and nH2 nH2 C10H12N5CaO8P · ·-304.3.
Not less than 97.0% basic substance C10H11CaN4O8P and C10H12CaN5O8P (anhydrous);
not less than 47.0% and not more than 53% of each component (anhydrous) 304.4.
Looks like a colourless, white or grayish-white crystals or powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 304.5.
Proof of identity: 304.5.1.
pH 7.0-8.0 (0.05% solution) 304.5.2.
Positive calcium ion, riboz and organic phosphate tests 304.6.
Purity criteria: 304.6.1.
Water not more than 23.0% (Karl Fischer) 304.6.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 304.6.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 305.
E-635 disodium 5 '-ribonucleotide 305.1.
Synonyms sodium 5 '-ribonucleotide (sodium 5 '-ribonucleotid) 305.2.
Chemical name inozīn-5 '-monophosphate disodium and disodium Guanosine-5 '-monophosphate blend 305.3.
Chemical formula C10H11N4Na2O8P × C10H12N5Na2O8P × nH2 nH2 and the 305.4.
Not less than 97.0% basic substance C10H11N4Na2O8P and C10H12N5Na2O8P (anhydrous);
not less than 47.0% and not more than 53% of each component (anhydrous) 305.5.
Looks like a White or grayish-white crystals or powder without flavor with a distinctive flavour 305.6.
Proof of identity: 305.6.1.
pH 7.0-8.5 (0.05% solution) 305.6.2.
The positive sodium ion, riboz and organic phosphate tests 305.7.
Purity criteria: 305.7.1.
Water not more than 26.0% (Karl Fischer) 305.7.2.
Other nucleotides thin layer chromatogram it is not showing 305.7.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg/306.
E-640 glycine and its sodium salt 306.1.
Glycine Glycine synonyms Na salt Aminoetiķskāb (aminoacetic acid);
glikokol (glycocoll) sodium glicināt (sodium glycinat) 306.2.
Chemical name: glycine glycine Na salt of sodium glicināt Aminoetiķskāb for 306.3.
Chemical formula: glycine glycine Na salt C2H5NO2N of 306.4 C2H5NO2.
Einecs number: glycine glycine Na salt 200-272-2 227-842-3 306.5.
Molecular weight: glycine glycine Na salt 306.6 75.07 98.
Assay not less than 98.5% on the anhydrous 306.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder 306.8.
Proof of identity: a Violet coloration by heating with Ninhydrin using photometric detection solution 306.8.1.
Positive test for amino acids (glycine, and glycine Na salt) 306.8.2.
Positive test for sodium (Na salt of glycine) 306.8.3.
Purity criteria: 306.8.4.
Loss on drying: glycine glycine Na not more than 0.2% salt (1050 C, 3 h) not more than 0.2% (1050 C, 3 h) 306.8.5.
The remainder after calcination: glycine glycine Na not more than 0.1% of salt not more than 0.1% 306.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 306.8.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 306.8.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/307.
E 650 zinc acetate-307.1 synonyms acetic acid, Zinc salt, dihydrate 307.2.
Chemical name zinc acetate dihydrate, 307.3.
Chemical formula C4H6O4Zn · 2H2O 307.4.
Molecular weight 219.51 307.5.
Assay not less than 98% and not more than 102% 307.6.
Looks like a colourless crystals or a fine gray powder 307.7.
Proof of identity: 307.7.1.
Positive ion and zinc acetate test for 307.7.2.
pH 6.0 – 8.0 (5% solution) 307.8.
Purity criteria: 307.8.1.
Insoluble substances no more than 0.005% 307.8.2.
Not more than 50 mg chloride/kg 307.8.3.
Sulphate no more than 100 mg/kg 307.8.4.
Alkali metal and alkaline earth metal hydroxides are not more than 0.2% 307.8.5.
Organic volatile impurities Pass test 307.8.6.
Iron not more than 50 mg/kg 307.8.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 307.8.8.
Lead not more than 20 mg/kg 307.8.9.
Cadmium in not more than 5 mg/kg/308.
E-900 to 308.1 Dimethylpolysiloxane.
Synonymous Polidimetilsiloksān (polydimethylsiloxan); Silicone (silicone); silikoneļļ (silicon oil); dimetilsilikon (dimethyl silicone) 308.2.
Definition of the Dimethylpolysiloxane consists of fully methylated linear siloxane polymers in which molecules are repeated (CH3) 2Si-group and at the ends of the molecule is (CH3) 3Si-308.3 group.
Chemical formula (CH3) 3-Si-[O-Si (CH3) 2] n-O-Si (CH3) 3 308.4.
Assay not less than 37.3% and not more than 38.5% Silicon 308.5.
Looks like a clear colourless viscous liquid 308.6.
Proof of identity: 308.6.1.
Specific weight [d] = 2525 0.964 – 0.977 308.6.2.
Refractive index [n] 25 d = 1.405 1.400 – 308.6.3.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of 308.7 for this connection.
Purity criteria: 308.7.1.
Viscosity not less than 1.00 10-4m2-1 (250 C) of 308.7.2.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (1500 C, 4 h) 308.7.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 308.7.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 308.7.5.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/309.
E 901 beeswax-309.1.
Synonymous with white wax (white wax);
Yellow wax (yellow wax) 309.2.
Definition of beeswax derived from APIs mellifera honey s URL.bi cells after separation. The cells melt with hot water. Processed product filters and retrieves the yellow bees wax, whitening, which acquires the white bees wax.
309.3. Einecs 232-383-7 (white beeswax), 309.4.
Looks like Dzeltenbalt (white form) or yellowish-grey-brown (yellow form) pieces or plates with fine-grained crystalline structure and not a pleasant honey perfume 309.5.
Proof of identity: 309.5.1.
Melting point 62-650 C 309.5.2.
Specific weight approx 0.96 309.5.3.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol, partly very well soluble in chloroform and ether at 309.6.
Purity criteria: 309.6.1.
Saponification number 87-104 309.6.2.
Acid number 17-24 309.6.3.
Peroxide number no more than 5 309.6.4.
Cerezīn, paraffin and other waxes are not allowed in 309.6.5.
Fat, Japan wax, Rosin and soaps are not allowed in 309.6.6.
Glycerol and other polyols up to 0.5%, calculated as glycerol 309.6.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 309.6.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 309.6.9.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg/310.
E 902 – Kandelilvask of 310.1.
The definition of Kandelilvask is a purified wax obtained from the Euphorbia kandelilaug antisyphilitic pages 310.2.
Einecs 232-347-0 310.3.
Looks like a yellowish-brown suffered a brittle shiny substance 310.4.
Proof of identity: 310.4.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in chloroform and toluene 310.4.2.
Melting point-C 310.4.3 72.50 68.5.
Specific weight about 0.983 310.5.
Purity criteria: 310.5.1.
Saponification number 43-65 mg KOH/g 310.5.2.
Acid number 12-22 310.5.3.
Cerezīn, paraffin and other waxes are not allowed in 310.5.4.
Fat, Japan wax, Rosin and soaps are not allowed in 310.5.5.
Glycerol and other polyols up to 0.5%, calculated as glycerol 310.5.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 310.5.7.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 310.5.8.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg of 311.
E-Karnaubvask in 903 311.1.
The definition of Karnaubvask is a purified wax obtained from the Brazilian tropical palm Copernici cereferi nodes of 311.2.
Einecs 232-399-4 311.3.
Looks like a pale yellow to dark brown powder or flakes or brittle solid 311.4.
Proof of identity: 311.4.1.
Specific weight about 0.997 311.4.2.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in boiling partially in ethanol, chloroform and ethyl ether soluble in 311.4.3.
Melting temperature 82-860 C 311.5.
Purity criteria: 311.5.1.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.25% 311.5.2.
Pārziepojam substance not 50-55% 311.5.3.
Acid 2-7 311.5.4.
Ester number 71-88 311.5.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 311.5.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 311.5.7.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg of 312.
E 904 shellac-312.1.
Synonyms in shellac Bleached (bleached shellac);
White shellac (white shellac) 312.2.
Definition of shellac is purified and bleached Lac, which is derived from the Coccida family of the insect Laccifer lacc-Kerr (Tachardi) in a Gummy secretions 312.3.
Einecs 232-549-9 312.4.
Looks like a bleached shellac is off-white amorphous granular resins. Atvaskot bleached shellac is in light yellow, amorphous, granular resin 312.5.
Proof of identity: 312.5.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, very soluble in ethanol slowly, slightly soluble in diethyl ether, acetone and 312.5.2.
Acid number 60-89 312.6.
Purity criteria: 312.6.1.
Loss on drying not more than 6.0% (400 C, over silica gel, 15 h) 312.6.2.
Not more than 5.5% wax bleached shellac, in not more than 0.2% atvaskot in 312.6.3 in the bleached shellac.
Rosin is not 312.6.4.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg/313.
E 905 microcrystalline wax-313.1.
Synonyms petroleum wax (petroleum wax) 313.2.

Definition microcrystalline wax is a solid, saturated hydrocarbons (mainly branched paraffin) blend, which is derived from petroleum 313.3.
Average molecular weight not less than 500 313.4.
Looks like white or colourless transparent wax a little tasteless and odorless 313.5.
Proof of identity: 313.5.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, very slightly soluble in ethanol 313.5.2.
Refractive index [n] = 100 d-1.448 313.6 1.434.
Purity criteria: 313.6.1.
Viscosity not less than 1,1 · 10-in-1 5m2 (1000 C) 313.6.2.
The remainder after calcination, not more than 0.1% 313.6.3.
Not more than 0.4% sulphur 313.6.4.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 313.6.5.
Lead not more than 3 mg/kg 313.6.6.
Polycyclic aromatic compounds, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, obtained by extraction with dimethyl sulfoxide, meets the UV spectrum: nm, 280-289 290-299 300-359 360-400 absorption maximum (to the path a cm) 0.15 0.12 0.08 0.02 314.
E 912-Montānskāb esters of 314.1.
Definition or the Montānskāb or 1.3-Butanediol glycol or glycerol esters 314.2.
Chemical name Montānskāb esters of 314.3.
Looks like white to yellowish flakes, powder, granules or pellets 314.4.
Proof of identity: 314.4.1.
Density (200 C) 0.98 – 1.05 314.4.2.
Drip temperature over 770 C 314.5.
Purity criteria: 314.5.1.
Acid number no more than 40 314.5.2.
Glycerin not more than 1% (Gas chromatographic method) 314.5.3.
Other polyols, not more than 1% (Gas chromatographic method) 314.5.4.
Other types of wax are not allowed (differential scanning calorimetry method or infrared spectroscopy method) 314.5.5.
Arsenic not more than 2 mg/kg 314.5.6.
Chromium not more than 3 mg/kg 314.5.7.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 315.
E 914 oxidised polyethylene resin-315.1.
Definition of polyethylene oxidation reactions Polar products 315.2.
Chemical name oxidized polyethylene 315.3.
Looks Almost white flakes, powder, granules or pellets 315.4.
Proof of identity: 315.4.1.
Density (200 C) – in 1.05 315.4.2 0.92 g/cm3.
Drip temperature (drop point) higher than 950 C serial.
Purity criteria: 315.5.1.
Acid number no more than 70 315.5.2.
Viscosity (1200 ° C) not less than 10-to-1 5m2 8.1 · 315.5.3.
Other types of wax are not allowed (differential scanning calorimetry method or infrared spectroscopy method) 315.5.4.
Not more than 9.5% oxygen 315.5.5.
Chromium not more than 5 mg/kg 315.5.6.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg, 316.
E 920-L-cysteine 316.1.
The definition of L-cysteine hydrochloride or L-cysteine hydrochloride monohydrate human hair can not be used as the raw material of this substance.
316.2. Einecs number 200-157-7 (anhydrous) 316.3.
Chemical formula C3H7NO2 HCl n H2O (n = 0 or 1) 316.4.
Molecular weight 157.62 (anhydrous) 316.5.
Not less than 98.0% basic substance and not more than 101.5% on the anhydrous 316.6.
Looks like a white powder or colourless crystals 316.7.
Proof of identity: 316.7.1.
Good solubility soluble in water and ethanol in 316.7.2.
The melting temperature of the anhydrous melts at about 175 0 c 316.7.3.
Specific optical rotation angle [α] 20 d = (+ 5.00) – (+ 8.00) or = (+ 4.90) – (+ 7.90) 316.8.
Purity criteria: 316.8.1.
Loss on drying% 12.0% 8.0 – not more than 2.0% (anhydrous) 316.8.2.
The remainder after calcination, not more than 0.1% 316.8.3.
Ammonium ions, not more than 200 mg/kg 316.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 1.5 mg/kg 316.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg, 317.
E 927b, Urea 317.1.
Synonyms of Urea (bun) 317.2.
The chemical name of 317.3 Urea.
Einecs number 200-315-5 317.4.
Chemical formula of 317.5 CH4N2.
Molecular 60.06 317.6.
Assay not less than 99.0% on the anhydrous 317.7.
Looks like a colourless or white tiny beads or crystalline powder 317.8.
Proof of identity: 317.8.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 317.8.2.
Precipitation with nitric acid making test, when white, crystalline precipitate 317.8.3.
Colour reaction test, making the formation of a reddish-violet color 317.8.4.
Melting point-1350 C 317.9 132.
Purity criteria: 317.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1.0% (1050 C, 1 h) 317.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 317.9.3.
Insoluble substance in ethanol of not more than 0.04% 317.9.4.
Alkalinity test according to 317.9.5.
Ammonium ions up to 500 mg/kg 317.9.6.
Not more than 0.1% biuret 317.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 317.9.8.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg in the 318.
E 938 Argon-318.1.
Chemical name 318.2 Argon.
Einecs 231-147-0 318.3.
Chemical formula To 318.4.
Molecular weight 40 318.5.
Not less than 99% assay 318.6.
Looks like a colorless non-flammable gas without aroma 318.7.
Purity criteria: 318.7.1.
Not more than 0.05% of the water 318.7.2.
Methane and other hydrocarbons are not more than 100 μl/l, calculated as methane 319.
E 939 helium-319.1.
Chemical name helium 319.2.
Einecs 231-168-5 319.3.
Chemical formula He 319.4.
Molecular weight 4 319.5.
Not less than 99% assay 319.6.
Looks like a colorless non-flammable gas without aroma 319.7.
Purity criteria: 319.7.1.
Not more than 0.05% of the water 319.7.2.
Methane and other hydrocarbons are not more than 100 μl/l, calculated as methane 320.
E 941 nitrogen-320.1.
Chemical name nitrogen 320.2.
Einecs 231-783-9 320.3.
Chemical formula N2 320.4.
Molecular weight 28 320.5.
Not less than 99% assay 320.6.
Looks like a colorless non-flammable gas without aroma 320.7.
Purity criteria: 320.7.1.
Not more than 0.05% of the water 320.7.2.
Carbon monooksīd not more than 10 μl/l 320.7.3.
Methane and other hydrocarbons are not more than 100 μl/l, calculated as methane 320.7.4.
Nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) maximum of 10 μl/l 320.7.5.
Oxygen, not more than 1% 321.
E 942 nitrous-oxide 321.1.
The chemical name is dinitrogen monoxide; nitrous oxide 321.2.
Einecs number 233-032-0 321.3.
Chemical formula N2O 321.4.
Molecular weight 44 321.5.
Not less than 99% assay 321.6.
Looks like a colorless non-flammable gas with a sweet aroma 321.7.
Purity criteria: 321.7.1.
Not more than 0.05% of the water 321.7.2.
Carbon monooksīd not more than 30 μl/l 321.7.3.
Nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) maximum of 10 μl/l 322.
(E) 943-butane 322.1.
Synonyms n-butane 322.2.
Chemical name butane 322.3.
Chemical formula CH3CH2CH2CH3 322.4.
Molecular weight 58.12 322.5.
Not less than 96% assay 322.6.
Looks like a colourless gas or liquid with a faint characteristic odour 322.7.
Proof of identity-vapour pressure kPa (200 C) 108.935 322.8.
Purity criteria: 322.8.1.
Methane not more than 0.15% v/v 322.8.2.
Not more than 0.5% ethane v/v 322.8.3.
Propane not more than 1.5% v/v 322.8.4.
Not more than 3.0% Isobutane v/v 322.8.5.
1.3-Butadiene is not more than 0.1% v/v 322.8.6.
Humidity no more than 0.005% 323.
E 943b-Izpbutān of 323.1.
Synonyms 2-Methylpropan to 323.2.
Chemical name 2-Methylpropan of 323.3.
Chemical formula (CH3) 2 CHCH3 323.4.
Molecular weight 58.12 323.5.
Assay not less than 94% 323.6.
Looks like a colourless gas or liquid with a faint characteristic odour 323.7.
Proof of identity-vapour pressure 205.465 kPa (200 C) 323.8.
Purity criteria: 323.8.1.
Methane not more than 0.15% v/v 323.8.2.
Not more than 0.5% ethane v/v 323.8.3.
Propane not more than 2.0% v/v 323.8.4.
n-butane not more than 4.0% v/v 323.8.5.
1.3-Butadiene is not more than 0.1% v/v 323.8.6.
Humidity no more than 0.005% 324.
E 944 propane-324.1.
Chemical name propane 324.2.
Chemical formula CH3 324.3 CHCH3.
Molecular weight 44.09 324.4.
Not less than 95% of the parent 324.5.
Looks like a colourless gas or liquid with a faint characteristic odour 324.6.
Proof of identity-vapour pressure 732.910 kPa (200 C) 324.7.
Purity criteria: 324.7.1.
Methane not more than 0.15% v/v 324.7.2.
Ethane in no more than 1.5% v/v 324.7.3.
Not more than 2.0% Isobutane v/v 324.7.4.
n-butane is not more than 1.0% v/v 324.7.5.
1.3-Butadiene is not more than 0.1% v/v 324.7.6.
Humidity no more than 0.005% 325.
E 948 oxygen-325.1.
Chemical name oxygen 325.2.
Einecs 231-956-9 325.3.
Chemical formula O2 325.4.
Molecular weight 32 325.5.
Not less than 99% assay 325.6.
Looks like a colorless non-flammable gas without aroma 325.7.
Purity criteria: 325.7.1.
Not more than 0.05% of the water 325.7.2.
Methane and other hydrocarbons are not more than 100 μl/l, calculated as methane 326.
E 949 hydrogen – appears.
The chemical name of hydrogen 326.2.
Einecs 215-605-7 326.3.
Chemical formula H2 326.4.
Molecular 326.5 2.
Not less than 99.9% assay 326.6.
Looks like a colorless flammable gas without aroma 326.7.
Proof of identity-vapour pressure kPa (200 C) 108.935

326.8. Purity criteria: 326.8.1.
Water no more than 0.005% v/v 326.8.2.
Oxygen up to 0.001% v/v 326.8.3.
Nitrogen up to 0.75% v/v 327.
E 950 Acesulfame K-327.1.
Synonyms potassium acesulfame (acesulfam is potassi); 3.4-dihydro-6-methyl-1,2,3-oksatiazīn-4-one-2.2-dioxide potassium salt (the salt of 3.4-potassi of dihydr-6-methyl-1,2,3-oxathiazin-4-one, 2.2-dioxid) 327.2.
Chemical name 6-methyl-1,2,3-oksatiazīn-4 (3 h)-one-2.2-dioxide potassium salt 327.3.
Einecs number 259-715-3 327.4.
Chemical formula C4H4KNO4 a 327.5.
Molecular weight 201.24 327.6.
Assay not less than 99% on the anhydrous 327.7.
Looks like a White crystalline powder without flavor. Approximately 200 times sweeter than sucrose 327.8.
Proof of identity: 327.8.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, very soluble in ethanol 327.8.2 bad.
UV absorption maximum at 227 + 2 nm (10 mg of the substance in the solution 1000 ml water) 327.8.3.
Positive test for potassium Pass tests (tests the balance obtained by the izkarsēj 2 g of the sample) 327.8.4.
Precipitation At 0.2 g of the test sample solution 2 ml of acetic acid and 2 ml of water, add a few drops of a 10% solution of sodium kobaltnitrīt. A yellow precipitate 327.9 arises.
Purity criteria: 327.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1% (1050 C, 2 h) 327.9.2.
Organic substances to Pass test for 20 mg/kg in the active substance 327.9.3 UV.
Fluoride not more than 3 mg/kg 327.9.4.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg of 328.
E 951 aspartame-328.1.
Synonyms of Aspartilfenilalanīn methyl ester (aspartyl methyl ester of phenylalanin) 328.2.
Chemical name L-a-N-Aspartil-L-phenylalanine (-1-methyl ester, 3-amino-N-(a-karbmetoksifenetil)-N-sukcīnamīnskāb methyl ester 328.3.
Einecs number 247-261-3 328.4.
Chemical formula C14H18N2O5 328.5.
Molecular weight 294.31 328.6.
Assay not less than 98% and not more than 102% on the anhydrous 328.7.
Looks like a White crystalline powder without flavor with a very sweet taste (approximately 200 times sweeter than sucrose) 328.8.
Proof of identity-the solubility of poorly soluble in water and in ethanol 328.9.
Purity criteria: 328.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 4.5% (1050 C, 4 h) 328.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2% of the dried substance 328.9.3.
pH 4.5-6.0 (solution 1/125) 328.9.4.
Light transmission 1% solution of 2 N hydrochloric acid light transmittance, determined with a spectrophotometer at 430 nm in a 1 cm cell using 2 N hydrochloric acid as reference solution, not less than 0.95 and absorption, which is equivalent to not more than approximately 0.022 units 328.9.5.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 14,50) – (+ 16,50) 4 g 100 g of substance for the solution of formic acid 15 N no later than 30 minutes after preparation of the sample solution in 328.9.6.
5-Benzyl-3.6-dioks-2-piperazīnetiķskāb is not more than 1.5%, calculated on the dry matter of the 328.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 328.9.8.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 328.9.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as dry matter of 329 lead.
E 952 cyclamic acid-(I) – 329.1.
Synonymous Cikloheksilsulfamīnskāb (cyclohexylsulphamic acid); cyclamate (cyclamat) 329.2.
Chemical name Cikloheksānsulfamīnskāb; cikloheksilaminosulfoskāb of 329.3.
Einecs 202-898-1 329.4.
Chemical formula of 329.5 C6H13NO3.
Molecular weight 179.24 329.6.
Assay not less than 98% and not more than 102% on the anhydrous 329.7.
Looks like a White crystalline powder with a sweet taste (about 40 times sweeter than sucrose) 329.8.
Proof of identity: 329.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water and ethanol in 329.8.2.
Precipitation test substances, 2% solution is acidified with hydrochloric acid, add 1 ml of approximately molar solution of barium chloride in water and filter sediment, if they are experiencing. The clear filtrate add 1 ml of 10% sodium nitrite solution. White precipitate is formed.
329.9. Purity criteria: 329.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1% (1050 C, 1 h) 329.9.2.
Providing cyclohexylamine to not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 329.9.3.
Dicikloheksilamīn not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 329.9.4.
Aniline, not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 329.9.5.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 329.9.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 329.9.7.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 329.9.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight as lead to apēķināt 330.
E 952 (II) sodium cyclamate 330.1.
Synonyms cyclamate (cyclamat); sodium salt of cyclamic acid (sodium salt of cyclamic acid) 330.2.
The chemical name is sodium cikloheksānsulfamāt;
sodium cikloheksilsulfamāt of 330.3.
Einecs 205-348-9 330.4.
Chemical formula C6H12NNaO3 (anhydrous);
× C6H12NNaO3 2H2O (dihydrate) 330.5.
Molecular weight 201.22 (anhydrous);
237.22 (dihydrate) 330.6.
Assay not less than 98% and not more than 102% on the anhydrous basis not less than 84% of 330.7 dihydrate.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder without flavor (about 30 times sweeter than sucrose) 330.8.
Proof of identity-solubility soluble in water, practically insoluble in ethanol 330.9.
Purity criteria: 330.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1% (1050 C, 1 h) on the anhydrous basis, no more than 15.2% (1050 C, 2 h) of the 330.9.2.
Providing cyclohexylamine to not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 330.9.3.
Dicikloheksilamīn not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 330.9.4.
Aniline, not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 330.9.5.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 330.9.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 330.9.7.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 330.9.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead to 331 dry matter.
(E) (iii) 952-calcium cyclamate 331.1.
Synonyms cyclamate (cyclamat), calcium salt of cyclamic acid (calcium salt of cyclamic acid) 331.2.
Chemical name calcium cikloheksānsulfamāt calcium cikloheksilsulfamāt, of 331.3.
Einecs 205-349-4 331.4.
Chemical formula C12H24CaN2O6S2 x 2H2O 331.5.
Molecular weight 432.57 331.6.
Assay not less than 98% and not more than 100% of the dried substance 331.7.
Looks like white crystals or crystalline powder (about 30 times sweeter than sucrose) 331.8.
Proof of identity-solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 331.9 badly.
Purity criteria for 331.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 1% (1050 C, 1 h) on the anhydrous basis, no more than 8.5% (a 1400 C, 4 h) for the dihydrate 331.9.2.
Providing cyclohexylamine to not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 331.9.3.
Dicikloheksilamīn not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 331.9.4.
Aniline, not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 331.9.5.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 331.9.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 331.9.7.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 331.9.8.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead to 332 dry matter.
E 953 isomalt-332.1.
Synonyms hydrogenated Isomaltulose (hydrogenated isomaltulos); hydrogenated palatinoz (hydrogenated palatinos) 332.2.
Isomalt is the chemical name of hydrogenated Mono-and disaccharides, whose main components are the disaccharides: 6-O-a-D-glikopiranozil-D-sorbitol (1.6-GPS) and 1-O-a-D-glikopiranozil-D-mannitol-dihydrate (1.1-GPM) 332.3.
Chemical formula C12H24011 (6-O-a-D-glikopiranozil-D-sorbitol); × C12H24011 2H2O (1-O-a-D-glikopiranozil-D-mannitol-dihydrate) 332.4.
Molecular weight 344.32 (6-O-a-D-glikopiranozil-D-sorbitol);
380.32 (1-O-a-D-glikopiranozil-D-mannitol-dihydrate) 332.5.
Assay of not less than 98% of hydrogenated Mono-and disaccharides and not less than 86% 6-O-a-D-glikopiranozil-D-sorbitol and 1-O-a-D-glikopiranozil-D-mannitol-dihydrate a mixture of anhydrous 332.6.
Looks like a white crystalline hygroscopic substance somewhat without aroma 332.7.
Proof of identity: 332.7.1.
Solubility soluble in water, very soluble in ethanol 332.7.2 bad.
Thin layer chromatography Chromatograms to 0.2 mm thick silica gel layer displays the two main spots – 1.1-GPM and 1.6-GPS 332.8.
Purity criteria: 332.8.1.
Water not more than 7% (Karl Fischer) 332.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.05%, calculated for the dry 332.8.3.
D-Mannitol is not more than 3% 332.8.4.
D-sorbitol not more than 6% 332.8.5.
Reducing sugars not more than 0.3% calculated as glucose to dry 332.8.6.
Nickel not more than 2 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 332.8.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 332.8.8.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, calculated on a dry 332.8.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead for the dry 333.
(E) (I) – 954 Saccharin 333.1.
The chemical name is 3-oxo-2.3-dihidrobenz (d) izotiazol-1.1-dioxide 333.2.
Einecs number is 201-321-0 333.3.
Chemical formula C7H5N03 to 333.4.
Molecular weight 183.18 333.5.
Assay not less than 99% and not more than 101% anhydrous 333.6.
Looks like white crystals or white crystalline powder without smell or with weak aroma and a sweet taste, even in very dilute solutions (300 to 500 times sweeter than sucrose) 333.7.
Proof of identity-solubility

Poor soluble in water, soluble in basic solutions, poorly soluble in ethanol 333.8.
Purity criteria: 333.8.1.
Melting point 226-2300 C 333.8.2.
Loss on drying not more than 1% (1050 C, 2 h) 333.8.3.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2%, calculated for the dry 333.8.4.
Benzoic acid and salicylic acid To 10 ml solution of water, saccharin (1/20), acidified with five drops of acetic acid, add three drops of an approximately molar of iron trichloride in water solution. Not to be shown to precipitate or violet colour.
333.8.5. Toluolsulfamīd of o-not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 333.8.6.
p-Toluolsulfamīd not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 333.8.7.
Benzoic acid p-because not more than 25 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 333.8.8.
Easy karbonizējoš substances is not allowed for 333.8.9.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 333.8.10.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 333.8.11.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 333.8.12.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead to 334 dry matter.
(E) (II)-954 Saccharin sodium salt 334.1.
Synonyms (saccharin) Saccharin;
saccharin sodium salt (sodium salt of saccharin) 334.2.
The chemical name is sodium o-benzosulfimīd; 2.3-dihydro-3-oksobenzizosulfonazol sodium salt; oksobenzizosulfonazol; 1.2-benzizotiazolīn-3-one-1.1-dioxide sodium salt, dihydrate 334.3.
Einecs 204-886-1 334.4.
Chemical formula C7H4NNaO3 × 2H2O 334.5.
Molecular weight 241.19 334.6.
Assay not less than 99% and not more than 101% anhydrous 334.7.
Looks like white crystals or white crystalline powder without smell or with weak aroma and a sweet taste, even in very dilute solutions (300 to 500 times sweeter than sucrose), dry air loses water of crystallization.
proof of identity-334.8. solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 334.9 badly.
Purity criteria: 334.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15% (1200 C, 4 h) 334.9.2.
Benzoic acid and salicylic acid To 10 ml Na salt solution saccharine water (1/20), acidified with five drops of acetic acid, add three drops of an approximately molar of iron trichloride in water solution. Not to be shown to precipitate or violet colour.
334.9.3. Toluolsulfamīd of o-not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 334.9.4.
p-Toluolsulfamīd not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 334.9.5.
Benzoic acid p-because not more than 25 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 334.9.6.
Easy karbonizējoš substances is not allowed for 334.9.7.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 334.9.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 334.9.9.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 334.9.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead to 335 dry matter.
(Iii)-e 954 saccharin calcium salt 335.1.
Synonyms (saccharin) Saccharin;
saccharin calcium salt (calcium salt of saccharin) 335.2.
Chemical name calcium o-benzosulfimīd;
2.3-dihydro-3-oksobenzizosulfonazol calcium salt; 1.2-benzizotiazolīn-3-one-1.1-dioxide, calcium salt hydrate (2:7) 335.3.
Einecs number 299-349-9 335.4.
Chemical formula C14H8CaN2O6S2 x 31/2H2O 335.5.
Molecular weight 467.48 335.6.
Assay not less than 95% on the anhydrous 335.7.
Looks like white crystals or white crystalline powder without smell or with weak aroma and a sweet taste, even in very dilute solutions (300 to 500 times sweeter than sucrose) 335.8.
Proof of identity-solubility of well soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 335.9.
Purity criteria: 335.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 13.5% (1200 C, 4 h) 335.9.2.
Benzoic acid and salicylic acid To 10 ml of Ca salt solution saccharine water (1/20), acidified with five drops of acetic acid, add three drops of an approximately molar of iron trichloride in water solution. Not to be shown to precipitate or violet colour.
335.9.3. Toluolsulfamīd of o-not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 335.9.4.
p-Toluolsulfamīd not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 335.9.5.
Benzoic acid p-because not more than 25 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 335.9.6.
Easy karbonizējoš substances is not allowed for 335.9.7.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 335.9.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 335.9.9.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 335.9.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead to 336 dry.
(E) (IV) – 954 saccharin potassium salt 336.1.
Synonyms (saccharin) Saccharin;
saccharin potassium salt (the salt of saccharin of potassi) 336.2.
The chemical name for potassium o-benzosulfimīd; 2.3-dihydro-3-oksobenzizosulfonazol of potassium salt;
1.2-benzizotiazolīn-3-one-1.1-dioxide potassium salt, monohydrate 336.3.
Chemical formula C7H4KNO3 × H2O 336.4.
Molecular weight 239.77 336.5.
Assay not less than 99% and not more than 101% anhydrous 336.6.
Looks like white crystals or white crystalline powder without smell or with weak aroma and a sweet taste, even in very dilute solutions (300 to 500 times sweeter than sucrose), 336.7.
Proof of identity-solubility of well soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 336.8 badly.
Purity criteria: 336.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 8% (1200 C, 4 h) 336.8.2.
Benzoic acid and salicylic acid To 10 ml saccharin salt solution in water (K) (1/20), acidified with five drops of acetic acid, add three drops of an approximately molar of iron trichloride in water solution. Not to be shown to precipitate or violet coloration 336.8.3.
o-Toluolsulfamīd is not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 336.8.4.
p-Toluolsulfamīd not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 336.8.5.
Benzoic acid p-because not more than 25 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 336.8.6.
Easy karbonizējoš substances is not allowed for 336.8.7.
Selenium not more than 30 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 336.8.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 336.8.9.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 336.8.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as dry matter of 337 lead.
E 955 – Sukralos-337.1.
Synonyms-game trihlorgalaktosaharoz ΄ .6 ΄ 4.1 337.2.
Chemical name 1.6-Dichloro-1.6-β-D-dideoks-fruktofuranozil-4-chloro-4-deoks-α-D-galaktopiranozīd of 337.3.
Einecs number 259-952-2 337.4.
Chemical formula C12H19Cl3O8 337.5.
Molecular weight 397.64 337.6.
Assay not less than 98% and not more than 102% on the anhydrous basis.
337.7. Looks like white to dzeltenbalt crystalline powder virtually odourless 337.8.
Proof of identity: 337.8.1.
a pH of Not less than 5.0 and 7.0 no larger than 337.8.2.
Good solubility soluble in water, methanol and ethanol. Slightly soluble in ethyl acetate 337.8.3.
Infrared absorption of potassium bromide in the infrared spectrum of dispersed sample shows re; latīvo peak in the same waves as the standard spectrum obtained using the standard 337.8.4 of the sukraloz.
Plānplākšņ chromatography main spots of the Test solution has the same Rf size as other chlorinated disaccharides test referred to in (A) the main spot of standard solution. This standard solution is obtained by dissolving 1.0 g of 10 ml of methanol sukraloz reference 337.8.5.
Specific rotation angle = (+ 84.00) to (+ 87.50) on the anhydrous basis (10% w/v solution) 337.9.
Purity criteria: 337.9.1.
Water not more than 2.0% (Karl Fischer) 337.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.7% 337.9.3.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 337.9.4.
Other chlorinated disaccharides, not more than 0.5% 337.9.5.
Chlorinated Monosaccharides not more than 0.1% 337.9.6.
Trifenilfosfīn oxide, not more than 150 mg/kg 337.9.7.
Not more than 0.1% methanol 338.
E 957 thaumatin-338.1.
Chemical name Taumatīn is obtained by extraction with acidified water (pH 2.5 to 4) for danielli natural Thaumatococc (Benth) fruit. It consists of a protein taumatīn I and taumatīn II and small quantities of plant ingredients used 338.2.
Einecs number 258-822-2 338.3.
Chemical formula polypeptide of 207 amino acids 338.4.
Molecular 22209 (thaumatin I); 22293 (thaumatin II) 338.5.
Assay not less than 16% nitrogen on the dried substance corresponding to not less than 94% protein (N ´ 5.8) 338.6.
Looks like creamy powder without flavor with a very sweet taste (2000 to 3000 times sweeter than sucrose) 338.7.
Proof of identity – very good solubility soluble in water, insoluble in acetone 338.8.
Purity criteria: 338.8.1.
Loss on drying not more than 9% (1050 C to constant weight) 338.8.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 2%, calculated on the dry matter 338.8.3.
Carbohydrates not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight of apēķināt to 338.8.4.
Microbiological indicators of total aerobic count: 1000/g; E. coli: not permitted 1 g 338.8.5.
Aluminium up to 100 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 338.8.6.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 338.8.7.
Lead not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated to 339.
E 959 neohesperidine DC-339.1.
Synonyms of neohesperidine dihidrohalkon (ohesperidin-dihydrochalcon); NHDC;
hesperetīndihidrohalkon-4 '-b-non-ohesperidozīd (dihydrochalcon-hesperetin 4 '-b-not ohesperidosid) 339.2.

Chemical name 2-O-a-L-ramnopiranozil-4 '-b-D-glikopiranozilhesperetīn-dihidrohalkon; obtained by catalytic hidrogenēj of 339.3 neohesperidine.
Einecs 243-978-6 339.4.
Chemical formula C28H36O15 339.5.
Molecular weight 612.6 339.6.
Not less than 96% of the parent of the dried substance 339.7.
Looks like Off-white crystalline powder without flavor with a very sweet taste (1000 to 1800 times sweeter than sucrose) 339.8.
Proof of identity: 339.8.1.
Good solubility soluble in hot water, very poorly soluble in cold water, practically insoluble in diethyl ether and benzene 339.8.2.
UV absorption maximum at 282-283 nm (2 mg substance solution 100 ml methanol) 339.8.3.
Noij test (Neu's test) dissolve approximately 10 mg of neohesperidine DC 1 ml methanol, add 1 ml of 1% solution of 2-aminoetildifenilborāt in methanol. When the bright yellow color.
339.9. Purity criteria: 339.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 11% (1050 C, 3 h) 339.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2%, calculated for the dry 339.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 339.9.4.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 339.9.5.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead to 340 dry matter.
E 962 salt of aspartame-acesulfame 340.1.
Synonyms of aspartame-acesulfame. -Acesulfame salt 340.2 aspartam.
Definition of salt is prepared by warming aspartame and acesulfame potassium ratio of approximately 2:1 (w/w) solution with the acidic pH and allowing crystallized. Potassium and moisture entrained. The product is more stable than aspartame alone 340.3.
Chemical name L-fenilalanil-2-methyl-L-a-asparginskāb-6-methyl-1,2,3-oksatiazīn-4 (3 h)-one-2.2-dioxide salt of 340.4.
Chemical formula of 340.5 C18H23O9N3.
Molecular weight 457.46 340.6.
Assay-66.0% 63,0 aspartam (on dry basis) and 34.0% to 37.0% acesulfame (acid form, the anhydrous substance) 340.7.
Looks like a White crystalline powder odourless 340.8.
Proof of identity: 340.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water in limited quantities; slightly soluble in ethanol 340.8.2.
The 1% light transmittance in water šķidum light transmittance set 1 cm cell at 430nm using a spectrophotometer, suitable for comparison with water not less than 0.95, equivalent to the absorption, not more than approximately 0.022 340.8.3.
Specific rotation angle = (+ 14.50) to (+ 16.50) to determine the concentration of 6.2 g in 100 ml formic acid-15N within 30 minutes after preparation solution. The calculated specific rotation angle divide by 0.646 to correct according to the contents of aspartam aspartam acesulfame salt 340.9.
Purity criteria: 340.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (1050 C, 4 h) 340.9.2.
5-benzyl-3.6-dioks-2-piperazīnetiķskāb is not more than 0.5% 340.8.1.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg/341.
E 965 (I) Maltitol is 341.1-.
Synonyms of D-maltitol (D-maltitol);
hydrogenated maltose (hydrogenated maltos) 341.2.
(A) the chemical name-D-glikopiranozil-1.4-D-glucitol to 341.3.
Einecs 209-567-0 341.4.
Chemical formula C12H24O11 341.5.
Molecular weight 344.31 341.6.
Not less than 98% of the parent D-maltitol on the anhydrous 341.7.
Looks like a White crystalline powder with a sweet taste of 341.8.
Proof of identity: 341.8.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 341.8.2 bad.
Specific optical rotation = lenķ (+ 105,50) – (+ 108.50) (5% w/v solution) 341.8.3.
Melting point 148 – 1510 C 341.9.
Purity criteria: 341.9.1.
Water not more than 1% (Karl Fischer) 341.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% of the dry matter, calculated 341.9.3.
Reducing sugars not more than 0.1%, calculated as glucose to dry 341.9.4.
Chloride no more than 50 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 341.9.5.
Sulphate no more than 100 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 341.9.6.
Nickel not more than 2 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 341.9.7.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 341.9.8.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 341.9.9.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, dry weight of apēķināt as lead 342.
E 965 (II) maltitol syrup 342.1.
Synonyms hydrogenated maltose-glucose syrup with a high content of maltose (hydrogenated high-the glucos maltos syrup), hydrogenated glucose syrup (glucos syrup of hydrogenated) 342.2.
Definition and description of the taking of the mixture that consists mainly of a meal, and for sorbitol and hydrogenated oligo-polysaccharides. Obtained by catalytic hidrogenēj glucose syrup with high maltose content. As the syrup is produced, so the hard way 342.3.
Einecs number 270-337-8 342.4.
Assay not less than 50% of maltitol, sorbitol, not more than 8%, not more than 25% of maltotriitīt and not more than 30% hydrogenated polysaccharide that contains more than three units of glucose or glucitol 342.5.
Looks like a clear viscous liquid without color and without flavor with a sweet taste or white crystalline mass with the sweet taste of 342.6.
Proof of identity: 342.6.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 342.6.2 bad.
TLC passes test 342.7.
Purity criteria: 342.7.1.
Water not more than 31% (Karl Fischer) 342.7.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% 342.7.3.
Reducing sugars not more than 0.3% calculated as glucose 342.7.4.
Not more than 50 mg chloride/kg 342.7.5.
Sulphate no more than 100 mg/kg 342.7.6.
Nickel not more than 2 mg/kg 342.7.8.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg of 343.
E 966 lactitol-343.1.
Synonyms Lactitol (lacti); laktozīt (lactositol);
laktobiozīt 343.2 (lactobiosi).
Chemical name 4-O-b-D-galaktopiranozil-D-glucitol is 343.3.
Einecs 209-566-5 343.4.
Chemical formula C12H24O11 343.5.
Molecular weight 344.32 343.6.
Not less than 95% of the parent of the dried substance 343.7.
Looks like a crystalline powder or colourless solution with a sweet taste. The product can be crystalline anhydrous, monohydrate, or in the form of 343.8 dihydrate.
Proof of identity: 343.8.1.
Very good solubility in water soluble 343.8.2.
Specific optical rotation angle = (+ 130) – (+ 160) calculated on the anhydrous basis (10% w/v aqueous solution) 343.9.
Purity criteria: 343.9.1.
Water not more than 10.5% (Karl Fischer) crystalline products 343.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1% of the dry matter, calculated 343.9.3.
Reducing sugars not more than 0.2%, calculated as glucose to dry 343.9.4.
Other polyols 2.5%, calculated maximum for dry 343.9.5.
Not more than 100 mg chloride/kg, calculated for the dry 343.9.6.
Sulphate no more than 200 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 343.9.7.
Nickel not more than 2 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 343.9.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 343.9.9.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 343.9.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead to 344 dry.
E 967 xylitol-344.1.
Synonymous with xylitol (xylitol) 344.2.
Chemical name D-xylitol (D-xylitol) 344.3.
The Einecs number 203-788-0 344.4.
Chemical formula C5H12O5 344.5.
Molecular weight 152.15 344.6.
Assay not less than 98.5% on the anhydrous 344.7.
Looks like a White crystalline powder without flavor with a very sweet taste 344.8.
Proof of identity: 344.8.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water, soluble in ethanol 344.8.2 bad.
Melting point 960 C 92-344.8.3.
pH 5-7 (10% w/v aqueous solution) 344.9.
Purity criteria: 344.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5%, 0.5 g of sample drying under vacuum over P2O5 four hours 600 ° C, 344.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.1%, calculated on the dry matter, substance 344.9.3.
Reducing sugars not more than 0.2%, calculated as glucose to dry 344.9.4.
Other polispirt not more than 1% dry matter to calculate the 344.9.5.
Not more than 100 mg chloride/kg, calculated for the dry 344.9.6.
Sulphate no more than 200 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 344.9.7.
Nickel not more than 2 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 344.9.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg, dry weight calculated for 344.9.9.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg, dry weight to calculate the 344.9.10.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as dry matter for 345 lead.
E 999-Kvilaj extract 345.1.
Soapbark extract, Quillay synonyms bark extract, Panama bark extract, the extract, the Quills Murill extract, China bark bark extract 345.2.
Definition of the Kvilaj extract from the family tree of Rosacea (Quills for the Molina saponari or other quillaia species) Peel by extraction with water. Content of saponins of triterpenoīd, consisting of ziepjskāb-Glycoside. May also contain (in small quantities), some sugars as glucose, Galactose are detected, arabinoz, ksiloz and ramnoz, along with tannīn, calcium oxalate and other ingredients.
345.3. Looks like a light brown with pink shade of powder with a strong acrid sharp taste. Can also be a water solution.
proof of identity-345.4. pH 4.5-5.5 (2.5% solution) 345.5.
Purity criteria: 345.5.1.
Not more than 6.0% water powder (Karl Fischer) 345.5.2.
Arsenic not more than 2 mg/kg 345.5.3.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 345.5.4.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg to 346.
E 1103 Invertase-346.1.
Definition of Invertase of Saccharomyces cerevisiae 346.2 produces.

The systematic name of the b-D-Fruktofuranozīd-fruktohidrolāz-. 346.3
Enzyme Commission number EC 3.2.1.26.
346.4. Einecs 232-615-7 346.5.
Purity criteria: 346.5.1.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 346.5.2.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 346.5.3.
Not more than 0.5 mg cadmium/kg 346.5.4.
Total bacterial count not more than 5 g/346.5.5 104 ´ colon.
Salmonella spp.
Without the presence of micro-organisms in 25 g 346.5.6.
Coliform maximum 30/g 346.5.7.
E. coli is Without the presence of 25 g micro-347.
E-1105 lysozyme 347.1.
Synonyms of lysozyme hydrochloride (quea hydrochlorid); muramidāz (muramidas) 347.2.
Definition of Lysozyme is a linear polypeptide produced from chicken protein, consisting of 129 amino acids. It has an enzyme activity, and it is capable of hydrolysing.
(b) (1-4) links between bacterial outer membrane of N-acetilmurāmskāb and N-acetilglikozamīn grampozitīvo of individual organisms. It is commonly obtained as the hydrochloride.
347.3. Einecs 232-620-4 347.4.
Molecular weight approximately 14000 347.5.
Assay not less than 950 mg/g of anhydrous 347.6.
Looks like white powder without flavor with a slightly sweet taste 347.7.
Proof of identity: 347.7.1.
Isoelectric point 10.7 347.7.2.
Absorption spectrometry maximum in aqueous solution (25 mg/100 ml) at 281 nm, minimums at 252 nm 347.7.3.
pH-3.0 3.6 (2% aqueous solution) 347.8.
Purity criteria: 347.8.1.
Water not more than 6.0% (Karl Fischer) 347.8.2.
The remainder after calcination, not more than 1.5% 347.8.3.
Nitrogen not less than 16.8% and 17.8% not more than 347.8.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 347.8.5.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 347.8.6.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 347.8.7.
Heavy metals are not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as lead 347.8.8.
Microbiological indicators: 347.8.8.1.
Total bacterial count not more than 5 g/347.8.8.2 104 ´ colon.
Without the presence of micro-organisms Salmonella 25 g 347.8.8.3.
Staphylococcus aureus Without the presence of micro-organisms 1 g 347.8.8.4.
E. coli is Without the presence of micro-organisms 1 g 348.
1200 – Polidekstroz of 348.1 e.
Synonymous with modified polidekstroz (modified polydextros) 348.1.2.
Definition of the Polidekstroz condensation polymers of glucose is with sorbitol and citric acid. They are obtained by the condensation and melting the ingredients, and they consist of approximately 90 parts D-glucose, 10 parts sorbitol and 1 part citric acid. Mostly Polimēro 1.6-glycosidic link, but can also be other links. The product contains small quantities of free glucose, sorbitol and free levoglukozān (1.6-anhidr-D-glucose) and citric acid-free and it can be neutralized with potassium hydroxide and/or-. Polidekstroz-N is neutralised polidekstroz. Polidekstroz is soluble in water, the solution is colourless or straw color.
348.3. assay not less than 90% of polymer on the ash-free dry and substance 348.4.
Looks like Off-white to light Tan hard substance that dissolves in water, you get the clear colourless to straw colored aqueous solution 348.5.
Proof of identity: 348.5.1.
Positive sugar and reducing sugar in 348.5.2 test.
2.5-7.0 pH (10% solution of polidekstroz);
5.0-6.0 (10% polidekstroz-n.) 348.6.
Purity criteria: 348.6.1.
Water not more than 4.0% (Karl Fischer) 348.6.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.3% (polidekstroz);
not more than 2.0% (polidekstroz-N) 348.6.3.
1.6-Anhidr-D-glucose not more than 4.0% on the ash-free dry and substance 348.6.4.
Glucose and sorbitol not more than 6.0% combined ash-free and the anhydrous; glucose and sorbitol are determined separately in the 348.6.5.
Molekulsvar provision of negative test for polymers with molekulsvar of more than 22000 348.6.6.
5-hydroxymethylfurfural not more than 0.1% (polidekstroz);
not more than 0.05% (polidekstroz-N) 348.6.7.
Nickel not more than 2 mg/kg (hydrogenated-polidekstroz) 348.6.8.
Lead not more than 0.5 mg/kg to 349.
E 1201 polyvinylpyrrolidone-349.1.
Synonyms Povidon (povidon); PVP; soluble polyvinylpyrrolidone (solubl-polyvinylpyrrolidon) 349.2.
Chemical name polyvinylpyrrolidone;
Poly-[1-(2-oxo-1-pirolidinil)-ethylene] 349.3.
Chemical formula of (C6H9N) n 349.4.
Molecular weight not less than 25000 349.5.
Assay not less than 11.5% and not more than 12.80% nitrogen (N) anhydrous 349.6.
Looks like a white or almost white powder 349.7.
Proof of identity: 349.7.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol and chloroform, soluble in diethyl ether 349.7.2.
pH-3.0 7.0 (5% solution) of 349.8.
Purity criteria: 349.8.1.
Water not more than 5% (Karl Fischer) 349.8.2.
Ash (joint) not more than 0.1% 349.8.3.
Aldehydes not more than 500 mg/kg, calculated as acetaldehyde 349.8.4.
N-vinylpyrrolidone not more than 10 mg/kg 349.8.5.
Hydrazine is not more than 1 mg/kg 349.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg, 350.
E 1202 polyvinylpolypyrrolidone – 350.1.
Insoluble polyvinylpyrrolidone synonyms (insolubl-polyvinylpyrrolidon); the cross-linked polividon (cross linked polyvidon, crospovidon) 350.2.
Definition of polyvinylpolypyrrolidone is the cross-linked poly [1-(2-oxo-1-pirolidinil)-ethylene] obtained by polymerizing N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone in the caustic catalyst or N, N-divinylimidazolidone in the presence of 350.3 ¢.
Chemical name polyvinylpyrrolidone, poly-[1-(2-oxo-1-pirolidinil)-ethylene] 350.4.
Assay not less than 11% and not more than 12.8% nitrogen, anhydrous 350.5.
Looks like a white hygroscopic powder with a faint scent of 350.6.
Proof of identity: 350.6.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, ethanol and 350.6.2 in diethyl ether.
pH 5-8 (water in suspension or 1% w/v aqueous solution) 350.7.
Purity criteria: 350.7.1.
Water not more than 6% (Karl Fischer) 350.7.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.4% 350.7.3.
Water soluble substances, not more than 1% 350.7.4.
Free N-vinylpyrrolidone not more than 10 mg/kg 350.7.5.
Free N, N '-divinylimidazolidone not more than 2 mg/kg 350.7.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg, 351.
E 1404 Oxidised starch-351.1.
Definition of Oxidized starch is starch treated with sodium hypochlorite 351.2.
Looks like a white or off-white powder or granules 351.3.
Proof of identity: 351.3.1.
Microscopic testing according to 351.3.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 351.4 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 351.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 351.4.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 351.4.3.
Karboksilgrup not more than 1.1% 351.4.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 351.4.5.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 351.4.6.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg of 352.
E 1410-Monociet-phosphate 352.1.
Definition of the Monociet phosphate is starch esterified with orthophosphoric acid, sodium or potassium orthophosphate or sodium tripolyphosphate to 352.2.
Looks like a white or off-white powder. Depending on the drying methods of powder instead of pellets, flakes or coarse particles.
proof of identity: 352.3.352.3.1.
Microscopic testing according to 352.3.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 352.4 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 352.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 352.4.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 352.4.3.
Not more than 0.5% phosphate of potato and wheat starch and not more than 0.4% other starches, calculated as phosphorus 352.4.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 352.4.5.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 352.4.6.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg for 353.
E 1412-Diciet-phosphate 353.1.
Definition of the Diciet phosphate is starch esterified with sodium trimetafosfāt or oksihlorīd of phosphorus.
353.2. Looks like a white or off-white powder, granules or flakes 353.3.
Proof of identity: 353.3.1.
Microscopic testing according to 353.3.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 353.4 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 353.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 353.4.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 353.4.3.
Not more than 0.5% phosphate of potato and wheat starch and not more than 0.4% other starches, calculated as phosphorus 353.4.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 353.4.5.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 353.4.6.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg of 354.
E-Fosfatēt of the diciet of 1413 phosphate 354.1.
Fosfatēt of the diciet of the definition of the phosphate is starch obtained by combining monociet and diciet of the phosphate-phosphate acquisition methods 354.2.
Looks like a white or off-white powder, granules or flakes 354.3.
Proof of identity: 354.3.1.

Microscopic testing according to 354.3.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 354.4 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 354.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 354.4.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 354.4.3.
Not more than 0.5% phosphate of potato and wheat starch and not more than 0.4% other starches, calculated as phosphorus 354.4.4.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 354.4.5.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 354.4.6.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg of 355.
E 1414 ACETYLATED diciet-phosphate of 355.1.
Definition of the diciet phosphate is ACETYLATED starch obtained, combined with esterificēj of starch sodium trimetafosfāt or phosphorus and oksihlorīd with acetic anhydride or vinilacetāt of 355.2.
Looks like a white or off-white powder, granules or flakes 355.3.
Proof of identity: 355.3.1.
Microscopic testing according to 355.3.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 355.4 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 355.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 355.4.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 355.4.3.
Not more than 0.14% phosphate of potato and wheat starch and not more than 0.04% other starches, calculated as phosphorus 355.4.4.
Not more than 2.5% Acetilgrup 355.4.5.
Vinilacetāt not more than 0.1 mg/kg 355.4.6.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 355.4.7.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 355.4.8.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg of 356.
E 1420 Acetylated starch-356.1.
Synonyms of starch acetate 356.2.
Definition of Acetylated starch is starch esterified with acetic anhydride or vinilacetāt of 356.3.
Looks like a white or off-white powder, granules or flakes 356.4.
Proof of identity: 356.4.1.
Microscopic testing according to 356.4.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 356.5 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 356.5.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 356.5.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 356.5.3.
Not more than 2.5% Acetilgrup 356.5.4.
Vinilacetāt not more than 0.1 mg/kg 356.5.5.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 356.5.6.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 356.5.7.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg for 357.
E 1422 ACETYLATED diciet in the adipināt-357.1.
Definition of the diciet adipināt is the ACETYLATED starches, esterified with acetic anhydride and adipīnskāb anhydride 357.2.
Looks like a white or off-white powder, granules or flakes 357.3.
Proof of identity: 357.3.1.
Microscopic testing according to 357.3.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 357.4 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 357.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 357.4.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 357.4.3.
Not more than 2.5% Acetilgrup 357.4.4.
Adipātgrup, not more than 0.135% 357.4.5.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 357.4.6.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 357.4.7.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg of 358.
E-Hidroksipropilciet is 1440 358.1.
The definition of Hidroksipropilciet is starch esterified with propilēnoksīd of 358.2.
Looks like a white or off-white powder, granules or flakes 358.3.
Proof of identity: 358.3.1.
Microscopic testing according to 358.3.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 358.4 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 358.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 358.4.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 358.4.3.
Not more than 7.0% Hidroksipropilgrup 358.4.4.
Propilēnhlorhidrīn not more than 1 mg/kg 358.4.5.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 358.4.6.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 358.4.7.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg of 359.
E 1442-Hidroksipropildiciet-phosphate 359.1.
Definition of the Hidroksipropildiciet phosphate is starch obtained, combined with esterificēj of starch sodium trimetafosfāt or oksihlorīd and with propilēnoksīd of phosphorus in 359.2.
Looks like a white or off-white powder, granules or flakes 359.3.
Proof of identity: 359.3.1.
Microscopic examination according to test 359.3.2.
Painted with iodine according to test 359.4.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 359.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 359.4.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 359.4.3.
Not more than 7.0% Hidroksipropilgrup 359.4.4.
Propilēnhlorhidrīn not more than 1 mg/kg 359.4.5.
Phosphate balance not more than 0.14% potato and wheat starches and not more than 0.04% other starches, calculated as phosphorus 359.4.6.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 359.4.7.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 359.4.8.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg of 359.
E 1450 starch sodium octenyl succinate-360.1.
Synonyms for SSO 360.2.
Definition starch sodium octenyl succinate is starch esterified oktenildzintarskāb anhydride with 360.3.
Looks like a white or off-white powder, granules or flakes 360.4.
Proof of identity: 360.4.1.
Microscopic testing according to 360.4.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 360.5 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 360.5.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 360.5.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 360.5.3.
Oktenilsukcinilgrup 360.5.4 of not more than 3%.
Oktenildzintarskāb balance in no more than 0.3% 360.5.5.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 360.5.6.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 360.5.7.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg of 361.
E 1451 Acetylated oxidised starch of-361.1.
Acetylated oxidised starch of a definition is starch treated with sodium hypochlorite, and then esterified with acetic anhydride 361.2.
Looks like a white or off-white powder, granules or flakes 361.3.
Proof of identity: 361.3.1.
Microscopic testing according to 361.3.2 test.
Painted with iodine according to 361.4 test.
Purity criteria (definitely on the anhydrous basis except for loss on drying): 361.4.1.
Loss on drying not more than 15.0% for cereal starch;
not more than 21.0% for potato starch;
not more than 18.0% for other starches 361.4.2.
Sulphur dioxide is not more than 50 mg/kg for modified cereal starches; not more than 10 mg/kg for other modified starches 361.4.3.
Karboksilgrup not more than 1.3% 361.4.4.
Not more than 2.5% Acetilgrup 361.4.5.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 361.4.6.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 361.4.7.
Mercury not more than 0.1 mg/kg of 362.
E 1505-Trietilcitrāt of 362.1.
Synonymous Etilcitrāt (ethyl Xeloda) 362.2.
Chemical name Triethyl-2-hidroksipropān-3-trikarboksilāt 362.3.
Einecs number is 201-070-7 362.4.
Chemical formula C12 H20 O7 362.5.
Molecular weight 276.29 362.6.
Not less than 99.0% assay 362.7.
Looks like a colorless oily liquid with a bitter taste and without aroma 362.8.
Proof of identity: 362.8.1.
Specific weight [d] = 1.135-2525 362.8.2 1.139.
Refractive index [n] = 20 d-1.441 362.9 1.439.
Purity criteria: 362.9.1.
Water not more than 0.25% (Karl Fischer) 362.9.2.
Not more than 0.02% acidity, calculated as citric acid 362.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 362.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg, 363.
E-Gliceriltriacetāt in 1518 363.1.
Synonyms Triacetin (triacetin) 363.2.
The chemical name of 363.3 Gliceriltriacetāt.
Chemical formula C9H14O6 363.4.
The Einecs number 203-051-9 363.5.
Molecular weight 218.21 363.6.
Not less than 98.0% assay 363.7.
Looks like a colorless oily liquid with a slightly bitter taste and a faint characteristic odor 363.8.
Proof of identity: 363.8.1.
Positive tests for acetate and for glycerol 363.8.2.
Specific weight [d] = 1.154 1.158 2525-363.8.3.
Refractive index [n] 25 d = 1.429-1.431 363.8.4.
Boiling point: 2700 C 258 363.9.
Purity criteria: 363.9.1.
Water not more than 0.2% (Karl Fischer) 363.9.2.

Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.02% 363.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 363.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg, 364.
1520 e-Propane-1.2-diol 364.1.
Synonyms propylene glycol 364.2.
The chemical name of 1.2-Dihidroksipropān 364.3.
Einecs number 200-338-0 364.4.
Chemical formula C3H8O2 364.5.
Molecular 76.10 364.6.
Not less than 99.5% assay anhydrous 364.7.
Looks like a clear colourless viscous liquid absorbent 364.8.
Proof of identity: 364.8.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol and acetone in the 364.8.2.
Specific weight [d] 20 = 20-1.040 1.035 364.8.3.
Refractive index [n] D = 20-1.433 1.431 364.9.
Purity criteria: 364.9.1.
Distillation temperature of 99% (v/v) distillation of 185-1890 C 364.9.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.07% 364.9.3.
Water not more than 1.0% (Karl Fischer) 364.9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 365.
Polyethylene glycol 6000 365.1.
Synonyms PEG 6000 365.2.
Definition of the Polietilenglikol 6000 is a mixture of polymers with the general formula H-(OCH2-CH)-OH, which the average molecular weight is approximately 6000 365.3.
Chemical formula (c2h4o) n H2O where x n = number of etilenoksīdgrup (about 140) when molecular weight is 6000 365.4.
Molecular weight: 5600 7000 365.5.
Assay not less than 90.0% and not more than 110.0% 365.6.
Looks like a white or almost white solid like wax or paraffin 365.7.
Proof of identity: 365.7.1.
Very good solubility soluble in water and in methylene chloride, practically insoluble in ethyl alcohol, diethyl ether, organic oils and mineral oil in 365.7.2.
Melting point 55-610 C 365.8.
Purity criteria: 365.8.1.
Viscosity MPA s 220-275 × (200 C) 365.8.2.
365.8.3 Hidroksilskaitl 16-22.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2% 365.8.4.
Ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 365.8.5.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 365.8.6.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg in the place of the Minister of Agriculture, Minister with special responsibility for the acquisition of funds from the European Union's Affairs n. Brok annex 6 Cabinet 27 February 2007 Regulation No. 158 to the list of food additives (E) number of international order no PO box
(E) the number of the specific name of the additive in the Latvian language name in English of the additive group 1 2 3 4 5 1.
E Kurkumīn of Curcumin 100 colouring 2.
E 101 (I) Riboflavin (II) riboflavin riboflavin-5 '-phosphate (I) Riboflavin (II) Riboflavin-Riboflavin 5 '-phosphate 3 colours.
E-Tartrazin colouring Tartrazīn of 102 4.
E 104 quinoline yellow yellow colouring Quinolin 5.
E 110 sunset yellow FCF, sunset yellow FCF S oranždzelten, orange yellow S 6 colours.
E 120 cochineal Ponceau 4R, Cochineal, carmines, carminic acid, the Carmina's colouring 7.
E 122 azorubine, carmoisine, Azorubin of colouring carmoisin 8.
E 123 amaranth, Amaranth colouring 9.
E 124 ponceau 4R Kumač 4R, a red 4R, cochineal red A a A Poncea colouring 10.
E 127 Eritrozīn of the colouring Erythrosin 11.
E 128 red 2 G Red 2 G 12 colours.
E 129 allura red AC Allur red EYE colouring 13.
E 131 patent blue V Patentzil V the colouring 14.
E 132 indigotine, Indigo Carmine, Indigotin Indigo Carmine dye 15.
E 133 Brilliant blue FCF FCF brilliant 16 dyestuff.
E 140 Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll hlorofilīn (I) (II) Hlorofilīn to Chlorophyllum and chlorophyllin (I) (II) of Chlorophyllin Chlorophyllum colouring 17.
E 141 copper chlorophyll and hlorofilīn complexes (I) Chlorophyll copper complex (II) Hlorofilīn complexes of copper Copper complex of chlorophyllum and chlorophyllin Copper (I) complex of chlorophyllum (II) Copper chlorophyllin complex of colouring of 18.
E 142 green S Green's 19 colours.
Plain caramel e 150 caramel colouring 20.
E 150b Caustic sulphite caramel sulphit caramel colouring is 21.
E 150 c ammonia caramel caramel colouring of the Honeywell 22.
E 150 d sulphite ammonia caramel Sulphit caramel colouring of Honeywell's 1 2 3 4 5 23.
E 151 brilliant black BN, black PN brilliant black BN, black PN 24 colours.
E 153 vegetable carbon of colouring Augogl 25.
E 154 Brown FK Brown FK 26 colours.
E 155 Brown HT Brown HT colouring 27.
E 160A (I) mixed carotenes carotenes (II) beta-carotene Caroten (I) (II) of the Mixed caroten beta-caroten-28 colours.
E 160b annatto, bixin, norbixin, bixin, norbixin annatto coloring 29.
E 160 c paprika extract, capsanthin, kapsorubīn peppers, capsanthin, capsorubin extract 30 colours.
E 160d lycopene is colouring Lycopen 31.
E 160 beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (C30) Beta-APO-8 ' carotenal (C 30)-colouring 32.
E 160f ethyl ester of beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) of the Ethyl ester of beta-APO-8 '-carotenoic acid (C 30) of 33 colours.
E 161b lutein Lutein colouring 34.
E 161 g canthaxanthin Canthaxanthin colouring 35.
E 162 beetroot red, betanin, a red dye betanin Beetro 36.
E 163 anthocyanins a Anthocyanin pigments of 37.
E 170 calcium carbonate to calcium carbonate (I) (II) calcium carbonate calcium carbonate (I) calcium carbonate (II) calcium hydrogen carbonate pigments, various 38.
E 171 titanium dioxide titanium dioxid colouring of 39.
E 172 iron oxides and hydroxides of iron Iron oxide and iron hydroxid-colouring 40.
E 173 aluminium aluminium colouring 41.
174 e silver Silver colouring 42.
E 175 gold Gold colouring 43.
E-Litolrubīn BK Litholrubin BK 180 colouring 44.
E 200 sorbic acid Sorbic acid preservative, antioxidant 45.
E 202 potassium sorbate a preservative of Potassi sorbat, antioxidant 46.
203 e Calcium sorbate calcium sorbat in preservative, antioxidant 47.
Benzoic acid Benzoic acid e 210 preservative, antioxidant 48.
211 e Sodium benzoate sodium, preservative, antioxidant benzoat is 49.
212 e Potassium benzoate is a preservative, of Potassi benzoat antioxidant 50.
213 e Calcium benzoate is a preservative, calcium benzoat antioxidant 1 2 3 4 5 51.
Ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate 214 e of Ethyl p-hydroxy-preservative, antioxidant benzoat 52.
215 e sodium ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate benzoat sodium ethyl p-hydroxy-preservative, antioxidant 53.
216 propyl p-hydroxybenzoate (e) in the p-hydroxy Propyl-benzoat preservative, antioxidant 54.
E 217 sodium propyl p-hydroxybenzoate benzoat sodium propyl p-hydroxy-preservative, antioxidant 55.
218 e methyl p-hydroxybenzoate Methyl p-hydroxy-preservative, antioxidant benzoat 56.
219 e sodium methyl p-hydroxybenzoate benzoat sodium methyl p-hydroxy-preservative, antioxidant 57.
220 e sulphur dioxide Sulphur-preservative, antioxidant dioxid 58.
221 e sodium sulphite sodium sulphit is a preservative, antioxidant 59.
222 e is sodium bisulphit sodium bisulphite-preservative, antioxidant, 60.
Sodium Metabisulphite e 223 sodium metabisulphit-preservative, antioxidant, various 61.
(E) Potassium Metabisulphite Potassi 224 of the preservative, antioxidant metabisulphit 62.
226 e calcium sulphit calcium sulphite preservative, antioxidant is 63.
E 227 Calcium bisulphite calcium hydrogen-preservative, antioxidant sulphit 64.
(E) Potassium bisulphite Potassi 228 of the preservative, antioxidant sulphit hydrogen is 65.
E 230 Biphenyl diphenyl preservative 66.
E 231 orthophenyl phenol Orthophenylphenol preservative, 67.
E 232 sodium o-phenylphenol sodium o-phenyl phenol preservatives is 68.
E 233 thiabendazole-preservative Thiabendazol 69.
A preservative Nisin e 234 Nizīn 70.
Natamicīn of preservative Natamycin e 235 71.
E Hexamethylen of the 239 hexamethylenetetramine tetramin preservative 72.
E in Dimethyl dicarbonate 242 Dimethyldicarbonate preservative, 73.
E 249 potassium nitrite-preservative, of nitrit Potassi different 74.
250 e sodium nitrite-preservative, sodium nitrit different 75.
E 251 sodium nitrate sodium selects a different preservative, 76.
Potassium nitrate e 252 of the preservative, Potassi selects different 77.
E 260 acetic acid Acetic acid, preservative in a variety of 1 2 3 4 5 78.
E 261 potassium acetate-preservative, of acetat Potassi different 79.
E 262 (I) sodium acetate sodium acetate, (II) sodium diacetate sodium acetat (I) sodium acetat (II) sodium diacetat preservative, a variety of the 80 's.
E 263 Calcium acetate, calcium acetat-preservative, various 81.
E 270 lactic acid Lactic acid variety of 82.
E 280 Propionic acid preservative, propionic acid 83.
E 281 Sodium propionate-preservative sodium propionat 84.
282 e Calcium propionate a preservative calcium propionat 85.
E 283 Potassium propionate-preservative Potassi propionat of 86.
284 e Boric acid boric acid preservative, 87.
285 e Sodium tetraborate (borax) sodium tetraborat (borax) preservative, 88.
290 e carbon dioxide Carbon dioxid of 89 different.
E 296 Malic acid acid 90 different Malice.
E 297 Fumaric acid different 91 fumaric acid.
Ascorbic acid e 300 Ascorbic acid antioxidant 92.
301 e sodium ascorbate sodium ascorbat is antioxidant 93.
302 e calcium ascorbate calcium-antioxidant ascorbat 94.
304 e ēster of fatty acids Ascorbic acid (I) ASCORBYL PALMITATE (II) Fatty acid esters of Askorbilstearāt of ascorbic acid is an antioxidant Ascorbyl palmitat Ascorbyl stearat is 95.
E 306 Tocopherol-rich extract antioxidant Tocopherol concentrate in 96.
E 307 alpha-tocopherol alpha-tocopherol antioxidants in 97.
308 e Gamma-tocopherol Gamma-tocopherol antioxidants in 98.

309 e Delta-tocopherol Delta-tocopherol antioxidants in 99.
E Propilgallāt in Propyl gallat 310 is an antioxidant 100.
E 311 Octyl Oktilgallāt is an antioxidant gallat 101.
E Dodecilgallāt of the 312 Dodecyl gallat antioxidant 102.
E 315 erythorbic acid Erythorbic acid antioxidant 103.
E eritorbāt sodium sodium 316 of the antioxidant erythorbat 104.
Butylated hydroxyanisole e 320 is a hydroxy anisol (BHA) Butylated (BH) antioxidant 105.
Butylated hidroksitoluol in e 321 (BHA) Butylated hydroxy toluen (BHT) antioxidant 106.
322 e Lecithin, Lecithin, antioxidant different 107.
E 325 Sodium lactate sodium lactat is an antioxidant, a variety of 108.
326 e Potassium lactate of lactat Potassi-antioxidant, various 109.
327 e Calcium lactate calcium of 110 different lactat.
E 330 citric acid antioxidant, various Citrico 1 2 3 4 5 111.
E 331 sodium citrate (I) Monosodium citrate (II) disodium citrate (iii) Trisodium citrate sodium (I) Monosodi of Xeloda Xeloda (II) Disodi (iii) of Xeloda Xeloda for various Trisodi 112.
E 332 potassium citrate (I) Monopotassium citrate (II) Tripotassium citrate Potassi-(I) Monopotassi of Xeloda Xeloda (II) of Tripotassi of Xeloda different 113.
E 333 calcium citrate (I) Monocalcium citrate (II) Dicalcium citrate (iii) Tricalcium citrate calcium (I) Monocalci of Xeloda Xeloda (II) Dicalci (iii) of Xeloda Xeloda for various Tricalci 114.
334 e tartaric acid (l(+)-) Tartarica acid (l(+)-) antioxidant, various 115.
335 e Sodium tartrate (I) Monosodium tartrate (II) disodium tartrate sodium tartrat (I) (II) of Monosodi Disodi of tartrat tartrat variety of 116.
336 e potassium tartrate (I) Monopotassium tartrate (II) Dipotassium tartrate Potassi tartrat (I) Forum Monopotassi Forum Dipotassi Forum tartrat (II) of 117 different tartrat.
337 e of potassium sodium tartrate sodium tartrat Potassi of the 118 different.
E 338 phosphoric acid Phosphoric acid antioxidant, various 119.
E 339 (I) sodium phosphate, monosodium phosphate (II) disodium phosphate (iii) Trisodium phosphate sodium phosphate (I) (II) of Monosodi phosphate Disodi phosphate (II) of Trisodi of different phosphate 120.
Potassium phosphate, e 340 (I) Monopotassium phosphate (II) Dipotassium phosphate (iii) Tripotassium phosphate phosphate of (I) Potassi Monopotassi Dipotassi of phosphate (II) (iii) of phosphate Tripotassi phosphate variety of 121.
E 341 (I) calcium phosphate, monocalcium phosphate (II) Dicalcium phosphate (iii) tricalcium phosphate calcium phosphate (I) (II) of Monocalci phosphate Dicalci phosphate (II) of Tricalci phosphate variety of 122.
343 e magnesium phosphate (I) Monomagnij (II) phosphate Dimagnij phosphate magnesium Monomagnesi of phsphat (I) (II) phosphate Dimagnesi phosphate variety of 123.
Sodium malate e 350 (I) sodium malate (II) sodium hidrogēnmalāt sodium a malata (I) sodium Mallat (II) sodium hydrogenmalat of 124 different.
E 351 potassium malate is a variety of 125 Potassi Mallat.
E 352 (I) calcium malate, calcium malate, (II) calcium is calcium hidrogēnmalāt Mallat (I) calcium Mallat (II) calcium-different hydrogenmalat 126.
E 353 Metatartaric acid of different Metavīnskāb 127.
E 354 calcium tartrate of different calcium tartrat 1 2 3 4 5 128.
E 355 adipic acid Adipic acid variety of 129.
E 356 Sodium adipate adipat of different sodium 130.
E 357 Potassium adipate is a variety of adipat Potassi 131.
363 Succinic acid Dzintarskāb of various e-132.
380 e Triamonij citrate Triammoni 133 of Xeloda variety.
385 e Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate calcium disodi unit-ethylen-diamin-Tetra-antioxidant, preservative of acetat, various 134.
400 Alginic acid, e Algīnskāb a variety of 135.
E 401 sodium alginate sodium alginat-136 different.
E 402 potassium alginate for a alginat Potassi different 137.
E 403 ammonium alginate a alginat variety of Honeywell 138.
E 404 calcium alginate a alginat calcium variety of 139.
Propane 1.2-diol e 405-Propan-1.2 the alginate-a alginat diol variety of 140.
E 406 Agar Agar different 141.
E 407 carrageenan of 142 different Carrageenan.
E 407a Processed Eucheuma seaweed Processed Eucheuma seaweed different 143.
E 410 white Acacia gum locust bean gum variety of 144.
E 412 Guar gum Guara gum variety of 145.
413 Tragacanth in different Tragakant e 146.
E 414 Acacia gum (gum Arabic) Acacia gum (gum arabic) various 147.
E 415 Xanthan gum Xanthan gum variety of 148.
416 e Karaj gum gum of different Karay 149.
E 417 Tara gum Tara gum variety of 150.
E 418 Gellan gum Želen gum variety of 151.
E 420 (I) sorbitol (II) sorbitol syrup (I) (II) Sorbitol syrup Sorbitol, various sweeteners 152.
E 421 mannitol sweetener Mannitol, a variety of 153.
E 422 glycerol Glycerol different 154.
E 425 Konjac: (I) Konjac gum (II) Konjac glukomannān Konjac gum is (I) Konjac glucomannan in Konjac (II) various 155.
E 431 Polyoxyethylene (40) stearate Polyoxyethylen (40)-various stearat 156.
E 432 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monolaurate (polysorbate 20) sorbitan monolaurat of Polyoxyethylen (polysorbat 20) different 157.
E 433 Polyoxyethylene sorbitan monooleate (polysorbate 80)-sorbitan monooleat Polyoxyethylen (polysorbat-80) of 158 different.
E 434 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monopalmitate (polysorbate 40)-sorbitan monopalmitat Polyoxyethylen (polysorbat-40) different 1 2 3 4 5 159.
E 435 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monostearate (polysorbate 60) sorbitan Polyoxyethylen-monostearat (polysorbat-60) different 160.
E 436 polyoxyethylene sorbitan tristearate (polysorbate 65)-sorbitan tristearat Polyoxyethylen (polysorbat-65) different 161.
E 440 Pectin (I) (II) Amidēt pectin in pectin in Pectin (I) (II) the Amidated pectin Pectin different 162.
E 442 ammonium fosfatīd Ammonium phosphatid of various of the 163.
E 444 sucrose acetate is a isobutyrat izobutirāt of Sucros acetat of 164 different.
445 e Rosin glycerol esters of Glycerol ester of wood encourages a variety of 165.
E 450 (I) disodium Difosfāt diphosphate (II) Trisodium diphosphate (iii) Tetrasodium diphosphate (V) tetrapotassium diphosphate (VI) Dicalcium diphosphate (VII) calcium dihidrogēndifosfāt for Diphosphat Disodi of diphosphat of (I) (II) Trisodi (iii) diphosphat of Tetrasodi of Tetrapotassi of diphosphat (V) (VI) of diphosphat Dicalci diphosphat (VII) calcium dihydrogen diphosphat a variety of 166.
E 451 (I) Pentanātrij Triphosphate triphosphate (II) pentapotassium triphosphate Triphosphat (I) Pentasodi (II) Pentapotassi of triphosphat of triphosphat of 167 different.
E 452 (I) sodium Polyphosphate Polyphosphate (II) potassium Polyphosphate (iii) sodium calcium Polyphosphate (IV) calcium Polyphosphate of sodium Polyphosphat (I) polyphosphat (II) polyphosphat of Potassi (iii) sodium calcium polyphosphat (IV) calcium-different polyphosphat 168.
E 459 beta-Cyclodextrin beta-cyklodextrin a variety of 169.
(E) (I) 460 cellulose microcrystalline cellulose (II) cellulose powder Cellulos (I) (II) Microcrystallin of Powdered cellulos cellulos of 170 different.
461 methyl cellulose Methyl-e-171. various cellulos
E Hidroksipropilceluloz of Hydroxypropyl-463 cellulos different 172.
Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose is Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulos 464 e a variety of 173.
E-Etilmetilceluloz is Ethyl methyl cellulos 465 different 174.
E Karboksimetilceluloz, karboksimetilceluloz-466 sodium Carboxy methyl cellulos salt sodium carboxy methyl cellulos, a variety of 175.
(E) the karboksimetilceluloz of 468 Cross-linked sodium carboxy methyl Crosslinked sodium salt of different cellulos 1 2 3 4 5 176.
E 469 enzymatically hydrolysed by the karboksimetilceluloz Enzimatically of different hydrolysed carboxy metyl cellulos 177.
E 470-fatty acid sodium, potassium and calcium salts, sodium and calcium of cold potassi of fatty acids of different 178.
E 470b fatty acid magnesium salts of fatty acid magnesium cold different 179.
E 471 Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids in the Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of 180 different.
E 472 of Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of the Acetic acid ester of acetic acid esters of Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 181.
(E) fatty acids 472b Mono-and diglycerides, Lactic acid ester of lactic acid esters of Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 182.
E 472 c Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of citric acid esters acid esters of Citrico Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 183.
(E) fatty acids 472d Mono-and diglycerides are esters of tartaric acid esters of Mono Tartarica acid-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 184.
E 472 of Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids in the Mono-and diacetilvīnskāb esters of Mono-and diacetyl tartarica acid esters of Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 185.
(E) fatty acids 472f Mono-and diglycerides mixed esters of acetic acid and tartaric acid and acetic acid esters tartarica Mixed of Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 186.
(E) sucrose esters of fatty acids 473 Sucros is fatty acid esters of various 187.
E 474 sucrose glycerides of Sucroglycerid variety of 188.
E 475 polyglycerol esters of fatty acids Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids of different 189.
(E) the poliricinolāt of the polyricinoleat 476 Polyglycerol Polyglycerol of 190 different.
(E) 477-1.2-propane diol of fatty acid esters of Propan-1.2-diol esters of fatty acids of different 191.
E 479b thermally oxidised soya oil exposure the product with Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of Thermally oxidized soy bean oil interacted with Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 192.
E 481

Sodium stearoil-2-stearoyl lactate of sodium 2-lactylat of different-193.
E-2 stearoil-482 calcium lactate calcium stearoyl-2-of the lactylat variety of 194.
E Steariltartrāt a different tartrat 483 Stearyl-195.
Sorbitan monostearate 491 e monostearat of 196 different Sorbitan.
Sorbitan tristearate 492 e tristearat of the 197 different Sorbitan.
Sorbitan monolaurate e 493 Sorbitan monolaurat is different 198.
494 sorbitan monooleate, e monooleat a variety of Sorbitan 199.
E 495 sorbitan monopalmitate Sorbitan monopalmitat of 1 2 3 4 5 200 different.
E 500 sodium carbonate (I) sodium carbonate (II) sodium hydrogen carbonate (iii) sodium seskvikarbonāt sodium carbonate will (I) sodium carbonate (II) sodium hydrogen carbonate (iii) sodium sesquicarbonat a variety of 201.
501 e (I) potassium carbonate potassium carbonate (II) potassium carbonate (I) of carbonate Potassi Potassi Forum (II) carbonate of hydrogen carbonate Potassi different 202.
503 e Ammonium carbonate (I) (II) Ammonium carbonate ammonium carbonate Ammonium carbonate (I) of Ammonium carbonate (II) of Ammonium hydrogen carbonate variety of 203.
E 504 magnesium carbonates (I) (II) magnesium carbonate magnesium hidroksīdkarbonāt magnesium carbonate by (I) magnesium carbonate (II) magnesium carbonate in various hydroxid 204.
E 507 hydrochloric acid Hydrochloric acid variety of 205.
508 e potassium chloride of chloride of different Potassi 206.
E 509 calcium chloride calcium chloride has variety of 207.
E 511 magnesium chloride magnesium chloride has variety of 208.
E 512 stannous chloride of chloride of antioxidant, Stanno different 209.
E 513 sulphuric acid Sulphuric acid variety of 210.
514 e (I) sodium sulfate Sodium sulfate (II) sodium hydrogen sulphate sodium (I) sodium sulphat sulphat (II) sodium hydrogen of 211 different sulphat.
E 515 (I) potassium sulphate Potassium sulfate (II) potassium hydrogen sulphate (s) of Potassi sulphat Potassi sulphat (II) Forum of the different hydrogen sulphat Potassi 212.
E 516 calcium sulphate calcium of 213 different sulphat.
E 517 ammonium sulphate Ammonium for the various sulphat 214.
E 520 aluminium sulphate aluminium-215 different sulphat.
E 521 aluminium sodium sulphate aluminium sodium of different sulphat 216.
E 522 aluminium potassium sulphate aluminium of the 217 different potassi sulphat.
E 523 aluminium ammonium sulphate aluminium ammonium medium of different sulphat 218.
E 524 sodium hydroxide sodium hydroxid in 219 different.
E 525 potassium hydroxide of the 220 different Potassi hydroxid.
E 526 calcium hydroxide calcium hydroxid-221 different.
E 527 ammonium hydroxide Ammonium medium of 222 different hydroxid.
E 528 Magnesium hydroxide magnesium hydroxid-223 different.
E 529 calcium oxide calcium oxide different 224.
E 530 magnesium oxide magnesium oxide different 225.
E 535 sodium ferrocyanide sodium of different ferrocyanid 226.
E 536 potassium ferrocyanide in ferrocyanid of the 1 2 3 4 5 227 different Potassi.
E 538 Calcium ferrocyanide in ferrocyanid of different calcium 228.
E 541 sodium aluminium phosphate acid sodium aluminium phosphate, acidic variety of 229.
E 551 silicon dioxide Silicon dioxid of 230 different.
E 552 Calcium silicate calcium of 231 different silicat.
E 553 magnesium silicate (s) Magnesium silicate (II) magnesium is magnesium silicat trisilikāt (I) (II) magnesium magnesium silicat trisilicat a variety of 232.
E 553b TALC Talc variety of 233.
E 554 sodium aluminium silicate sodium aluminium silicat-234 different.
E 555 Potassium aluminium silicate of aluminium silicat Potassi-235 different.
E 556 calcium aluminium silicate calcium aluminium silicat variety of 236.
E 558 bentonite of 237 different Bentonit.
E 559 aluminium silicate aluminium silicat of 238 different.
E 570 fatty acids Fatty acids of different 239.
E 574 Gluconic acid by different Glukonskāb 240.
E 575 Glukonskāb Delta-Lactone is the Delta-lacton Glucon different 241.
E 576 sodium gluconate sodium of different gluconat 242.
E 577 potassium gluconate is a variety of gluconat Potassi 243.
E 578 Calcium Gluconate calcium of 244 different gluconat.
E 579 iron (II) gluconate Ferro-gluconat is a variety of 245.
585 e iron (II) is of a different lactate Ferro lactat-246.
E 620 glutamic acid Glutamic acid variety of 247.
E 621 monosodium glutamate of the various Monosodi glutamat 248.
E 622 monopotassium glutamate of the 249 different Monopotassi glutamat.
E 623 Calcium diglutamate diglutamat of 250 different calcium.
E 624 monoammonium glutamate of the various Monoammoni glutamat 251.
E 625 magnesium diglutamate magnesium diglutamat of 252 different.
E 626 Guanylic acid of different 253 guanylic acid.
E 627 disodium guanylate Disodi guanylat a variety of 254.
E 628 Dipotassium guanylate is a variety of guanylat 255 Dipotassi.
E 629 calcium guanylate calcium is different 256 guanylat.
E 630 Inosinic acid different 257 inosinic acid.
E 631 disodium inosinate is a variety of inosinat 258 Disodi.
E 632 DIPOTASSIUM inosinate-259 of Dipotassi inosinat different.
E 633 calcium inosinate inosinat of different calcium 260.
E 634 calcium 5 '-ribonucleotide calcium 5 '-ribonucleotid a variety of 261.
E 635 disodium 5 '-ribonucleotide 5 '-ribonucleotid Disodi of a variety of 262.
E 640 glycine and its sodium salt of glycine and its sodium salt variety of 263.
(E) a different 900 Dimethyl polysiloxan Dimethylpolysiloxane-264.
E 901 beeswax Beeswax different 265.
E 902 Kandelilvask Candelill wax of various 266.
E Karnaubvask a Carnaub wax 903 different 267.
E 904 shellac Shellac different 268.
E 905 Mikrokristalisk wax-wax Microcrystallin different 269.
E 912 Montānskāb esters of the acid esters of 1 2 3 4 5 270 different Montana.
E 914 oxidised polyethylene wax Oxidized polyethylen resin of various 271.
E 920 L-cysteine L-cysteine flour treatment agent 272.
E 927b carbamide urea various 273.
E 938 Argon Argon various 274.
E 939 helium for various 275 Helia.
E 941 nitrogen Nitrogen different 276.
E 942 nitrous oxide oxide of different Pool 277.
E 948 oxygen Oxygen variety of 278.
E 949 hydrogen Hydrogen variety of 279.
E 950 Acesulfame K sweetener Acesulfam-K, different 280.
E 951 aspartame sweetener, Aspartam is a variety of 281.
E 952 cyclamic acid (I) (II) sodium cyclamate (iii) calcium cyclamate (I) Cyclamic acid (II) sodium cyclamat (iii) calcium cyclamat sweetener of 282.
E 953 isomalt Isomal a sweetener, a variety of 283.
E 954 Saccharin (I) (II) saccharin sodium saccharin (iii) (IV) of the calcium salt of Saccharin potassium salt (I) saccharin sodium Saccharin (II) (iii) (IV) calcium saccharin saccharin sweetener of 284 Potassi.
E 957 thaumatin Thaumatin, various sweeteners to 285.
E 959 neohesperidine DC ohesperidin DC No sweetener, a variety of 286.
E 965 (I) Maltitol (II) maltitol syrup (I) Maltitol (II) Maltitol syrup sweetener, a variety of 287.
E 966 lactitol Lactitol, various sweeteners to 288.
E 967 xylitol Xylitol sweetener, various 289.
E 999 quillaia extract Kvilaj extract various 290.
E 1103 Invertase of stabiliser 291 Invertas.
E 1105 lysozyme preservative quea 292.
E-Polidekstroz Polydextros-1200 different 293.
E 1201 polyvinylpyrrolidone of various Polyvinylpyrrolidon 294.
E 1202 polyvinylpolypyrrolidone Polyvinylpolypyrrolidon of 295 different.
E 1404 Oxidised starch is starch Oxidized a variety of 296.
E 1410 Monostarch phosphate Monociet phosphate by miscellaneous 297.
E 1412 Distarch phosphate Diciet phosphate by miscellaneous 298.
E-diciet Fosfatēt 1413 Phosphated distarch phosphate phosphate by miscellaneous 299.
E 1414 ACETYLATED distarch phosphate diciet phosphate of Acetylated a different 300.
E 1420 Acetylated starch Acetylated starch variety of 301.
E 1422 ACETYLATED distarch diciet of adipināt of the various Acetylated adipat 1 2 3 4 5 302.
The Hydroxy propyl starch Hidroksipropilciet e 1440 different 303.
E 1442 of Hydroxy propyl distarch phosphate Hidroksipropildiciet phosphate variety of 304.
E 1450 starch sodium octenyl succinate Starch sodium octenyl of 305 different DNA.
E 1451 Acetylated oxidised starch is starch Acetylated oxidised variety of 306.
E 1505 Triethyl Xeloda in various Trietilcitrāt 307.
E 1517 glyceryl Diacetate (diacetin) of Glyceryl diacetat different 308.
1518 Glyceryl triacetat-e Gliceriltriacetāt a variety of 309.
E 1520 Propane-1.2-diol Propan-1.2-diol variety of 310.
 
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(E) the number of Latvian language Name name in English of the additive group 1 2 3 4 5 1.
E 950 Acesulfame K sweetener Acesulfam-K, different 2.
E 1420 Acetylated starch Acetylated starch variety 3.
E 1451 Acetylated oxidised starch is starch the various Acetylated oxidised 4.
E 1422 ACETYLATED distarch diciet of adipināt of the various Acetylated adipat 5.
E 1414 ACETYLATED distarch phosphate diciet phosphate of the various Acetylated 6.
E 355 adipic acid Adipic acid variety 7.
E 406 Agar Agar variety 8.
E 414 Acacia gum (gum Arabic) Acacia gum (gum arabic) different 9.
E 307 alpha-tocopherol alpha-tocopherol antioxidants 10.
400 Alginic acid, e Algīnskāb a variety of 11.

E 523 aluminium ammonium sulphate aluminium ammonium medium 12 different sulphat.
E 522 aluminium potassium sulphate aluminium of the various sulphat potassi 13.
E 521 aluminium sodium sulphate aluminium sodium of different sulphat 14.
E 559 aluminium silicate aluminium silicat 15 different.
E 520 aluminium sulphate aluminium sulphat is different 16.
E 173 aluminium aluminium colouring 17.
E 129 allura red AC Allur red EYE colouring 18.
E 512 stannous chloride of chloride of antioxidant, Stanno different 19.
E 123 amaranth, Amaranth dye 20.
(E) (II) of the 440 Amidēt Amidated pectin in pectin (II) different 21.
E 403 ammonium alginate a alginat variety of Honeywell 22.
E 442 ammonium fosfatīd Ammonium phosphatid of various of the 23.
503 e (II) ammonium carbonate (II) of Ammonium hydrogen carbonate in 24 different.
E 527 ammonium hydroxide Ammonium of 25 different hydroxid.
E 150 c ammonia caramel caramel colouring of the Honeywell 26.
503 e Ammonium carbonate (I) ammonium carbonate Ammonium carbonate (I) of Ammonium carbonate variety of 27.
E 517 ammonium sulphate Ammonium for the various sulphat 1 2 3 4 5 28.
E 150 d sulphite ammonia caramel Sulphit caramel colouring of Honeywell's 29.
E 160b annatto annatto dye for 30.
E 163 anthocyanins a Anthocyanin pigments of 31.
E 407a Processed Eucheuma seaweed Processed Eucheuma seaweed miscellaneous 32.
E 938 Argon Argon various 33.
304 e (I) ASCORBYL PALMITATE Ascorbyl palmitat antioxidant of 34.
(E) (II) Ascorbyl Askorbilstearāt 304 of the antioxidant stearat 35.
Ascorbic acid e 300 Ascorbic acid antioxidant 36.
E 951 aspartame sweetener, Aspartam is a variety of 37.
E 153 vegetable carbon colouring of Augogl 38.
E 122 azorubine Azorubin colouring of 39.
E 296 Malic acid acid 40 different Malice.
E 410 white Acacia gum locust bean gum variety 41.
E 558 bentonite of 42 different Bentonit.
Benzoic acid Benzoic acid e 210 preservative, 43.
E 160 beta-APO-8 '-karotināl (30 C) Beta-APO-8 ' carotenal (C 30)-colouring 44.
E 160f ethyl ester of beta-APO-8 '-carotenic acid (C 30) of the Ethyl ester of beta-APO-8 '-carotenoic acid (C 30) colouring 45.
E 459 beta-Cyclodextrin-various cyklodextrin 46.
E 160 a (II) beta-carotene (II) Beta-caroten colouring of 47.
E 162 betanin Betanin colouring 48.
E 162 beetroot red Beetro red colouring to 49.
E 160b bixin Bixin colouring 50.
E 901 beeswax Beeswax miscellaneous 51.
284 e Boric acid boric acid preservative, 52.
E 151 brilliant black BN brilliant black BN colouring 53.
E 133 Brilliant blue FCF FCF brilliant colouring 54.
E 154 Brown FK Brown FK colouring 55.
E 155 Brown HT Brown HT colouring 56.
Butylated hydroxyanisole of 320 e (BHA) Butylated hydroxyanisol (BHA) antioxidant 57.
Butylated hidroksitoluol in e 321 (BHA) Butylated hydroxytoluen (BHT) antioxidant 58.
(E) the various pulp Cellulos 460 59.
(E) 460 (II) cellulose powder (II) Powdered cellulos 60 different.
E 1450 starch sodium octenyl succinate Starch sodium octenyl DNA of 61 different.
E 952 cyclamic acid (I) (I) Cyclamic acid sweetener 62.
E 920 L-cysteine L-cysteine flour treatment agent 63.
E 330 citric acid antioxidant, various Citrico 64.
309 e Delta-tocopherol Delta-tocopherol antioxidants is 65.
E 1412 Distarch phosphate Diciet phosphate by miscellaneous 1 2 3 4 5 66.
E 230 Biphenyl diphenyl preservative, 67.
E Difosfāt Diphosphat-450 in various 68.
333 e (II) Dicalcium citrate (II) Dicalci of Xeloda different 69.
E 450 (VI) Dicalcium diphosphate (VI) of the various diphosphat Dicalci 70.
E 341 (II) Dicalcium phosphate Dicalci phosphate (II) of a variety of 71.
E 450 (IV) Dipotassium diphosphate (IV) of the 72 different Dipotassi diphosphat.
E 340 (II) Dipotassium phosphate (II) phosphate of various Dipotassi 73.
E 628 Dipotassium guanylate is a variety of Dipotassi guanylat 74.
E 632 DIPOTASSIUM inosinate Dipotassi inosinat of the 75 different.
E 336 (II) Dipotassium tartrate (II) of the various Dipotassi tartrat 76.
(E) 343 (II) (II) Dimagnij phosphate Dimagnesi phosphate variety of 77.
E in Dimethyl dicarbonate 242 Dimethyldicarbonate preservative 78.
(E) a different 900 Dimethyl polysiloxan Dimethylpolysiloxane-79.
E 331 (II) disodium citrate (II) Disodi of Xeloda for 80 different.
E 450 (I) disodium diphosphate (I) of the various Disodi diphosphat 81.
E 339 (II) disodium phosphate (II) phosphate of various Disodi 82.
E 627 disodium guanylate Disodi of guanylat of 83 different.
E 631 disodium inosinate is different of inosinat 84 Disodi.
E 635 disodium 5 '-ribonucleotide 5 '-ribonucleotid Disodi of the 85 different.
335 e (II) disodium tartrate (II) of the various Disodi tartrat 86.
E Dodecilgallāt of the 312 Dodecyl gallat antioxidant 87.
E 579 iron (II) gluconate Ferro-gluconat in various 88.
585 e iron (II) is different for Ferro lactat lactate in 89.
E 172 iron oxides and hydroxides of iron Iron oxide and iron hydroxid-colouring 90.
363 Succinic acid Dzintarskāb of various e-91.
E 315 erythorbic acid Erythorbic acid variety of 92.
E 127-93 Eritrozīn of Erythrosin colouring.
E 260 acetic acid Acetic acid, preservative in a variety of 94.
E-Etilmetilceluloz is Ethyl methyl cellulos 465 different 95.
Ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate 214 e of Ethyl p-hydroxybenzoat of the preservative, antioxidant 96.
E 469 enzymatically hydrolysed by the karboksimetilceluloz Enzimatically of different hydrolysed carboxy metyl cellulos 97.
E-diciet Fosfatēt 1413 Phosphated distarch phosphate phosphate by miscellaneous 98.
E 297 Fumaric acid different 99 fumaric acid.
308 e Gamma-tocopherol Gamma-tocopherol antioxidants in the 100.
E 1517 glyceryl Diacetate (diacetin) of Glyceryl diacetat different 101.
1518 Glyceryl triacetat-e Gliceriltriacetāt a variety of 102.
E 422 glycerol Glycerol different 1 2 3 4 5 103.
E 640 glycine and its sodium salt of glycine and its sodium salt of 104 different.
E 574 Gluconic acid by different Glukonskāb 105.
E 575 Glukonskāb Delta-Lactone is the Delta-lacton Glucon different 106.
E 620 glutamic acid Glutamic acid variety of 107.
E 626 Guanylic acid of 108 different guanylic acid.
E 412 Guar gum Guara gum variety of 109.
E Hexamethylen of the 239 hexamethylenetetramine tetramin preservative 110.
E 939 helium Helia of various 111.
E Hidroksipropilceluloz of Hydroxypropyl-463 cellulos different 112.
E 1440 Hydroxypropyl starch in different Hidroksipropilciet 113.
E 1442 Hydroxypropyl distarch phosphate Hidroksipropildiciet phosphate by miscellaneous 114.
Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose is Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulos 464 e a variety of 115.
E 104 quinoline yellow yellow colouring Quinolin 116.
E 140 Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll hlorofilīn (I) (II) Hlorofilīn to Chlorophyllum and chlorophyllin (I) (II) of Chlorophyllin Chlorophyllum colouring 117.
E 141 copper chlorophyll and hlorofilīn complexes (I) Chlorophyll copper complex (II) Hlorofilīn complexes of copper Copper complex of chlorophyllum and chlorophyllin Copper (I) complex of chlorophyllum (II) copper chlorophyllin complex of colouring of 118.
132 e indigo indigo Carmine dye's 119.
E 132 indigotine colouring of Indigotin 120.
E 630 Inosinic acid different 121 inosinic acid.
E 1103 Invertase-stabiliser Invertas 122.
E 953 isomalt Isomal sweetener to 123.
E 160A (I) mixed carotenes (I) Mixed colouring of 124 caroten.
E 263 Calcium acetate, calcium acetat-preservative, various 125.
E 404 calcium alginate a alginat calcium variety of 126.
E 556 calcium aluminium silicate calcium aluminium silicat of 127 different.
302 e calcium ascorbate calcium-antioxidant ascorbat 128.
213 e Calcium benzoate is a preservative, calcium benzoat antioxidant 129.
E 952 (iii) calcium cyclamate (iii) calcium-cyclamat sweetener 130.
333 e Calcium salts of citric acid calcium by 131 different Xeloda.
E 450 (VII) calcium dihidrogēndifosfāt (VII) calcium dihydrogen diphosphat-1 2 3 4 5 132 different.
385 e Calcium Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate calcium disodi unit-ethylen-diamin-Tetra-acetat-preservative, antioxidant, various 133.
E 538 Calcium ferrocyanide in ferrocyanid of different calcium 134.
341 e calcium phosphate for calcium phosphate variety of 135.
E 578 Calcium Gluconate calcium in different gluconat 136.
E 623 Calcium diglutamate calcium-different diglutamat 137.
E 629 calcium guanylate calcium is different guanylat 138.
E 170 calcium carbonate (II) (II) calcium hydrogen carbonate, various colours 139.
E 352 (II) calcium hidrogēnmalāt (II) calcium hydrogen in 140 different Mallat.
E 227 Calcium bisulphite calcium hydrogen-preservative, antioxidant sulphit 141.
E 526 calcium hydroxide calcium hydroxid in 142 different.
E 509 calcium chloride calcium chloride has variety of 143.
E 633 calcium inosinate calcium is different inosinat 144.
E 170 (I) calcium carbonate (I) calcium carbonate pigments, various 145.
327 e Calcium lactate calcium of 146 different lactat.
E 352 (I) calcium malate, calcium is calcium malate Mallat (I) calcium-different 147 Mallat.
E 529 calcium oxide calcium oxide different 148.
E 452 (IV) calcium Polyphosphate (IV) calcium-different polyphosphat 149.
282 e Calcium propionate a preservative calcium propionat 150.
E 634 calcium 5 '-ribonucleotide calcium 5 '-ribonucleotid-151 different.
E 552 Calcium silicate calcium of 152 different silicat.
203 e Calcium sorbate calcium sorbat»

preservative, antioxidant 153.
E-2 stearoil-482 calcium lactate calcium stearoyl-2-of the lactylat variety of 154.
E 516 calcium sulphate calcium in 155 different sulphat.
226 e calcium sulphit calcium sulphite preservative, antioxidant-156.
E 354 calcium tartrate of 157 different calcium tartrat.
E 902 in Candelill wax Kandelilvask different 158.
E 161 g canthaxanthin Canthaxanthin colouring 159.
E 160 160 capsanthin Capsanthin colouring.
E 160 of 161. Kapsorubīn colouring Capsorubin
E 407 Carrageenan in different Carrageenan 162.
416 e Karaj gum gum of different Karay 163.
Plain caramel e 150 caramel colouring 164.
E 927b carbamide urea various 165.
E-Karboksimetilceluloz Carboxy methyl cellulos of 466 different 166.
E Karboksimetilceluloz sodium salt of 466 sodium carboxy methyl of 1 2 3 4 5 167 different cellulos.
E 120 Cochineal to Carmina's colouring 168.
E 120 Carminic acid dye 169 carmines.
E 122 Carmoisin 170 carmoisine-colouring.
E Karnaubvask a Carnoul wax 903 different 171.
E 160A carotenes Caroten colouring of 172.
E 261 potassium acetate-preservative, of acetat Potassi different 173.
E 357 Potassium adipate is a variety of adipat Potassi 174.
E 402 potassium alginate for a alginat Potassi different 175.
E 555 Potassium aluminium silicate of aluminium silicat Potassi of 176 different.
212 e Potassium benzoate is a preservative, of Potassi benzoat antioxidant 177.
(E) Potassium bisulphite Potassi 228 of the preservative, antioxidant sulphit hydrogen to 178.
(E) Potassium citrate to 332 of the 179 different Potassi Xeloda.
E 536 potassium ferrocyanide in ferrocyanid of 180 different Potassi Forum.
(E) Potassium phosphate in Museum 340 Potassi of different phosphate 181.
E 577 potassium gluconate is a variety of gluconat Potassi 182.
501 e (II) potassium carbonate (II) hydrogen carbonate of various Potassi 183.
E 515 (II) potassium hydrogen sulphate (II) of the different hydrogen sulphat Potassi 184.
508 e potassium chloride of chloride of different Potassi 185.
501 e (I) potassium carbonate potassium carbonate (I) of carbonate Potassi Potassi different carbonate of 186.
326 e Potassium lactate of lactat Potassi-antioxidant, various 187.
E 351 potassium malate is a variety of 188 Potassi Mallat.
(E) Potassium Metabisulphite Potassi 224 of the preservative, antioxidant metabisulphit 189.
337 e of potassium sodium tartrate sodium tartrat Potassi-variety of 190.
Potassium nitrate e 252 of the preservative, Potassi selects different 191.
E 249 potassium nitrite-preservative, of nitrit Potassi different 192.
E 452 (II) potassium Polyphosphate (II) of polyphosphat of the different Potassi 193.
E 283 Potassium propionate-preservative Potassi propionat of 194.
E 202 potassium sorbate a preservative of Potassi sorbat, antioxidant 195.
E 515 (I) potassium sulphate potassium sulphate Potassi sulphat of (I) of a variety of Potassi sulphat 196.
(E) potassium tartrate to 336 of the 197 different Potassi tartrat.
445 e Rosin glycerol esters esters of glycerol: at wood encourages different 1 2 3 4 5 198.
E 425 Konjac: (I) Konjac gum (II) Konjac glukomannān Konjac gum is (I) Konjac glucomannan in Konjac (II) various 199.
E 124 Ponceau 4R red Cochineal red A to 200 A colouring.
E 120 Cochineal dye 201 of Ponceau 4R.
E 415 Xanthan gum Xanthan gum different 202.
E 967 xylitol Xylitol sweetener, various 203.
E Kumač a 4R 4R 124 of 204 Poncea colouring.
100 Kurkumīn of Curcumin colouring e 205.
E 999 quillaia extract Kvilaj extract different 206.
E 966 lactitol Lactitol, various sweeteners to 207.
322 e Lecithin, Lecithin, antioxidant different 208.
(E) a colouring 160d lycopene Lycopen 209.
E-Litolrubīn BK Litholrubin BK 180 colouring 210.
E 1105 lysozyme preservative quea 211.
E 161b lutein Lutein colouring 212.
E 625 magnesium diglutamate magnesium diglutamat of 213 different.
E 504 magnesium hidroksīdkarbonāt (II) (II) magnesium carbonate in 214 different hydroxid.
343 e, magnesium phosphate magnesium phosphate variety of 215.
343 e magnesium phosphate (I) Monomagnij (II) phosphate Dimagnij phosphate magnesium phosphate (I) (II) of Monomagnesi phosphate Dimagnesi phosphate variety of 216.
E 528 Magnesium hydroxide magnesium of 217 different hydroxid.
E 511 magnesium chloride magnesium chloride has variety of 218.
E 504 magnesium carbonates (s) magnesium carbonate magnesium carbonate (I) magnesium carbonate different 219.
E 530 magnesium oxide magnesium oxide different 220.
E 553 magnesium silicate (s) Magnesium silicate (II) magnesium is magnesium silicat trisilikāt (I) (II) magnesium magnesium silicat trisilicat a variety of 221.
E 965 (I) Maltitol (II) maltitol syrup (I) Maltitol (II) Maltitol syrup sweetener, various 222.
E 421 mannitol sweetener Mannitol, a variety of 223.
Black PN PN e 151 Black colouring 224.
E 353 Metatartaric acid of different Metavīnskāb 225.
461 methyl cellulose Methyl-e the different 226 cellulos.
218 e methyl p-hydroxybenzoate-preservative Methyl p-hydroxybenzoat, antioxidant 227.
E 905 microcrystalline wax-wax of different Microcrystallin 1 2 3 4 5 228.
(E) 460 (I) microcrystalline cellulose (I) of the various cellulos 229 Microcrystallin.
E 624 monoammonium glutamate of the various Monoammoni glutamat 230.
E 1410 Monostarch phosphate Monociet phosphate by miscellaneous 231.
333 e (I) Monocalcium citrate (I) Monocalci of Xeloda different 232.
E 341 (I) monocalcium phosphate Monocalci phosphate (I) of a variety of 233.
332 e (I) Monopotassium citrate (I) Monopotassi wide variety of Xeloda 234.
E 340 (I) Monopotassium phosphate Monopotassi phosphate of (I) various 235.
E 622 monopotassium glutamate of the various Monopotassi glutamat 236.
336 e (I) Monopotassium tartrate (I) of the 237 different Monopotassi tartrat.
343 e (I) (I) Monomagnij phosphate Monomagnesi phosphate variety of 238.
E 331 (I) Monosodium citrate (I) Monosodi wide variety of Xeloda 239.
E 339 (I) Monosodium phosphate Monosodi phosphate of (I) various 240.
E 621 monosodium glutamate of the various Monosodi glutamat 241.
335 e (I) Monosodium tartrate (I) of the various Monosodi tartrat 242.
E 912 Montānskāb esters of the acid esters of 243 various Montana.
Natamicīn of preservative Natamycin e 235 244.
E 262 (I) sodium acetate sodium acetate sodium acetat (I) sodium acetat-preservative, variety of 245.
E 356 Sodium adipate by sodium adipat variety 246.
E 401 sodium alginate sodium alginat-247 different.
E 541 sodium aluminium phosphate acid sodium aluminium phosphate, acidic variety of 248.
E 554 sodium aluminium silicate sodium aluminium silicat variety of 249.
301 e sodium ascorbate sodium ascorbat is antioxidant 250.
211 e Sodium benzoate sodium, preservative, antioxidant-benzoat 251.
E 952 (II) (II) sodium cyclamate sodium cyclamat sweetener of 252.
E 331 sodium citrate sodium variety of Xeloda in 253.
E 262 (II) sodium diacetate (II) sodium diacetat preservative, a variety of 254.
E eritorbāt sodium sodium 316 of the antioxidant erythorbat 255.
215 e sodium ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate sodium ethyl p-hydroxybenzoat preservative, antioxidant-256.
E 535 sodium ferrocyanide sodium of different ferrocyanid 257.
339 e in sodium phospat sodium phosphate variety of 258.
E 576 sodium gluconate sodium of different gluconat 259.
E 500 (II) sodium hydrogen carbonate (II) sodium hydrogen carbonate different 260.
E 350 (II) (II) of sodium hidrogēnmalāt sodium hydrogen Mallat is different 261.
514 e sodium hydrogen sulphate sodium hydrogen of 1 2 3 4 5 262 different sulphat.
222 e Sodium bisulphite sodium hydrogen sulphit preservative, antioxidant-263.
E 524 sodium hydroxide sodium hydroxid of 264 different.
E 452 (II) sodium calcium Polyphosphate (iii) sodium calcium of 265 different polyphosphat.
E 500 sodium carbonate (I) sodium carbonate sodium carbonate (I) sodium carbonate various 266.
E 325 Sodium lactate sodium lactat is an antioxidant, a variety of 267.
E 350 (I) sodium malate sodium in sodium malate Mallat (I) sodium-268 different Mallat.
Sodium Metabisulphite e 223 sodium metabisulphit-preservative, antioxidant, various 269.
219 e sodium methyl p-hydroxybenzoate benzoat sodium methyl p-hydroxy-preservative, antioxidant 270.
E 251 sodium nitrate sodium selects a different preservative, 271.
Sodium nitrite e 250 nitrit in preservative sodium, various 272.
E 232 sodium o-phenylphenol sodium o-phenylphenol preservative 273.
E 452 (I) sodium Polyphosphate (s) to a different polyphosphat Sodu 274.
E 217 sodium propyl p-hydroxybenzoate benzoat sodium propyl p-hydroxy-preservative, antioxidant 275.
E 281 Sodium propionate-preservative sodium propionat 276.
E 500 (iii) sodium seskvikarbonāt (iii) sesquicarbonat of different sodium 277.
E 481 sodium stearoil-2-stearoyl lactate, is sodium-2-278 of the different lactylat.
514 e sodium sulphate (I) Sodium sulphate sodium (I) sodium sulphat sulphat of 279 different.
221 e sodium sulphite sodium sulphit is a preservative, antioxidant 280.
335 e Sodium tartrate, sodium tartrat variety of 281.
285 e Sodium tetraborate (borax) sodium tetraborat (borax) preservative 282.
E 959 neohesperidine DC ohesperidin DC No sweetener, various 283.
A preservative Nisin e 234 Nizīn 284.
E 160b norbixin Norbixin colouring 285.
290 e carbon dioxide Carbon dioxid of 286 different.
E 1404 Oxidised starch Oxidized starch

variety of 287.
E 914 oxidised polyethylene wax Oxidized polyethylen resin of various 288.
E 311 Octyl Oktilgallāt is an antioxidant gallat 289.
E 110 orange yellow S S Oranždzelten colouring 290.
E 231 orthophenyl phenol-preservative phenylphenol Ortho 1 2 3 4 5 291.
E 338 phosphoric acid Phosphoric acid antioxidant, variety of 292.
E 160 c paprika extract paprika extract colouring 293.
E 131 patent blue V Patentzil V the colouring 294.
E 440 Pectin (I) Pectin in Pectin (I) Pectin different 295.
E 451 (II) pentapotassium triphosphate (II) Pentapotassi of triphosphat of different 296.
E 451 (I) Pentanātrij triphosphate (s) of triphosphat of different Pentasodi 297.
E 270 lactic acid Lactic acid variety of 298.
E-Polidekstroz Polydextros-1200 different 299.
E 452 polyphosphates of 300 different Polyphosphat.
(E) the poliricinolāt of the polyricinoleat 476 Polyglycerol Polyglycerol is different 301.
 
Polyethylen glycol 6000 of polyethylene glycol 6000 different 302.
E 431 Polyoxyethylene (40) stearate Polyoxyethylen (40)-various stearat 303.
E 432 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monolaurate (polysorbate 20) sorbitan monolaurat of Polyoxyethylen (polysorbat 20) different 304.
E 433 Polyoxyethylene sorbitan monooleate (polysorbate 80)-sorbitan monooleat Polyoxyethylen (polysorbat-80) different 305.
E 434 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monopalmitate (polysorbate 40)-sorbitan monopalmitat Polyoxyethylen (polysorbat-40) a variety of 306.
E 435 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monostearate (polysorbate 60) sorbitan Polyoxyethylen-monostearat (polysorbat-60) in 307 different.
E 436 polyoxyethylene sorbitan tristearate (polysorbate 65)-sorbitan tristearat Polyoxyethylen (polysorbat-65) different 308.
E 1201 polyvinylpyrrolidone of various Polyvinylpyrrolidon 309.
E 1202 polyvinylpolypyrrolidone is different Polyvinylpolypyrrolidon 310.
Propane 1.2-diol e 405-Propan-1.2 the alginate-a alginat various diol 311.
E 1520 Propane-1.2-diol Propan-1.2-diol variety of 312.
E Propilgallāt in Propyl 310-313 gallat antioxidant.
216 propyl p-hydroxybenzoate (e) to the Propyl p-hydroxybenzoat preservative, antioxidant 314.
E 280 Propionic acid preservative, propionic acid 315.
E 101 (I) Riboflavin (II) riboflavin riboflavin-5 '-phosphate (I) Riboflavin (II) Riboflavin-Riboflavin 5 '-phosphate colouring 1 2 3 4 5 316.
E 954 Saccharin (I) (II) saccharin sodium saccharin (iii) (IV) potassium salt of Saccharin calcium salt (I) saccharin sodium Saccharin (II) (iii) (IV) of Potassi saccharin calcium saccharin sweetener 317.
E 444 sucrose acetate is a isobutyrat izobutirāt of Sucros acetat-318 different.
E 474 sucrose glycerides of Sucroglycerid variety of 319.
E 128 red 2 G Red 2 g 320 colouring.
Sunset yellow FCF e 110 sunset yellow FCF dye is 321.
E 507 hydrochloric acid Hydrochloric acid variety of 322.
220 e sulphur dioxide Sulphur-preservative, antioxidant dioxid 323.
E 513 sulphuric acid Sulphuric acid variety of 324.
E 551 silicon dioxide Silicon dioxid-325 different.
E 948 oxygen Oxygen different 326.
E 941 nitrogen Nitrogen different 327.
E 942 nitrous oxide of oxide of 328 different Pool.
Sorbitan monolaurate Sorbitan e 493-monolaurat different 329.
494 sorbitan monooleate, e monooleat a variety of Sorbitan 330.
E 495 sorbitan monopalmitate Sorbitan monopalmitat of 331 different.
Sorbitan monostearate 491 e monostearat a variety of Sorbitan 332.
Sorbitan tristearate (e) 492-various tristearat Sorbitan 333.
E 200 sorbic acid Sorbic acid preservative, antioxidant 334.
E 420 (I) sorbitol (II) sorbitol syrup (I) (II) Sorbitol syrup Sorbitol, various sweeteners to 335.
E Steariltartrāt a different tartrat 483 Stearyl-336.
174 e silver Silver colouring 337.
E 150b Caustic sulphite caramel sulphit caramel colouring of 338.
E 904 shellac Shellac different 339.
(E) the karboksimetilceluloz of 468 Cross-linked sodium carboxy methyl Crosslinked sodium salt of different cellulos 340.
E 553b TALC Talc variety of 341.
E 417 Tara gum Tara gum variety of 342.
E-102 of Tartrazin 343 Tartrazīn colouring.
E 570 fatty acids Fatty acids of different 344.
E 470b fatty acid magnesium salts of fatty acid magnesium cold a variety of 345.
E 471 Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids in the Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 346.
E 472 c Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of citric acid esters acid esters of Citrico Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 347.
E 472 of Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of the Acetic acid ester of acetic acid esters of Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 1 2 3 4 5 348.
(E) fatty acids 472f Mono-and diglycerides mixed esters of acetic acid and tartaric acid and acetic acid esters tartarica Mixed of Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 349.
E 472 of Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids in the Mono-and diacetilvīnskāb esters of Mono-and diacetyl tartarica acid esters of Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 350.
(E) fatty acids 472b Mono-and diglycerides, Lactic acid ester of lactic acid esters of Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 351.
(E) fatty acids 472d Mono-and diglycerides are esters of tartaric acid esters of Mono Tartarica acid-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 352.
E 470-fatty acid sodium, potassium and calcium salts, sodium and calcium of cold potassi of fatty acids of different 353.
E 475 polyglycerol esters of fatty acids Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids of different 354.
(E) 477-1.2-propane diol of fatty acid esters of Propan-1.2-diol esters of fatty acid in the 355 different.
(E) sucrose esters of fatty acids 473 Sucros is fatty acid esters of different 356.
E 957 thaumatin Thaumatin, various sweeteners to 357.
E 479b thermally oxidised soya oil exposure the product with Mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids of Thermally oxidized soy bean oil interacted with Mono-and diglycerid of fatty acids of different 358.
E 450 (V) tetrapotassium diphosphate (V) of the various diphosphat 359 Tetrapotassi.
E 450 (iii) Tetrasodium diphosphate (iii) Tetrasodi of diphosphat of different 360.
E 233 thiabendazole-preservative Thiabendazol 361.
E 171 titanium dioxide titanium dioxid colouring of 362.
E 306 Tocopherol concentrate Mixed tocopherol concentrate of the antioxidants in 363.
413 Tragacanth in different Tragakant e 364.
E 1518 triacetin Triacetin different 365.
380 e Triamonij citrate Triammoni 366 of Xeloda variety.
E 1505 Triethyl Trietilcitrāt of Xeloda different 367.
E 451 in the various Triphosphat Triphosphate 368.
333 e (iii) Tricalcium citrate (iii) Tricalci of Xeloda different 369.
E 341 (iii) Tricalcium phosphate (II) phosphate of various Tricalci 370.
332 e (II) Tripotassium citrate (II) Tripotassi of Xeloda different 371.
E 340 (iii) Tripotassium phosphate (II) phosphate variety of 372 Tripotassi.
331 (iii) Trisodium citrate (iii) Trisodi of Xeloda different 373.
E 450 (II) Trisodium diphosphate (II) 1 2 3 4 5 374 of diphosphat of different Trisodi.
E 339 (iii) Trisodium phosphate (II) Trisodi of different phosphate 375.
E 949 hydrogen Hydrogen variety of 375.
334 e tartaric acid (l(+)-) Tartarica acid (l(+)-) antioxidant, variety of 376.
E 142 green S Green's colouring 378.
E 175 gold Gold colouring 379.
E 418 Gellan gum Želen gum in various farming Minister, Minister with special responsibility for the acquisition of funds from the European Union's Affairs n. Brok Annex 8 Cabinet 27 February 2007 the Regulation No 158 purity criteria for food additives-testing methods i. General instructions 1. Preparation of the sample.
The sample should be 50 g unless in special cases a larger quantity is required. Before carrying out the analysis of homogenized samples. To prevent deterioration of the prepared sample shall always be kept in an airtight container.

2. Reagents: 2.1. Whenever a reference is made of water for solution, dilution or rinsing purposes, distilled water or demineralized water of at least equivalent purity. Always, when you refer to "solution" or "dilution" without specifying a reagent, an aqueous solution of it;
2.2. chemical reagents. All chemical reagents should be of analytical reagent quality except where otherwise specified.

3. Equipment.
The list of equipment contains only those items with a specialized use and items with a particular specification. The analytical sensitivity of the weight is at least 0.1 mg.

4. Expression of the result.
The test report contains the result of the mean value of at least two determinations, the repeatability of which is satisfactory. Express the results as received in the laboratory the sample as a percentage by mass, unless otherwise specified. The number of significant figures in the result is governed by the precision of the method.

II. substances extractable with diethyl ether, the determination of the water soluble sulphonated organic food colouring in method 1.
The method determines substances extractable with diethyl ether from water-soluble sulphonated organic colouring matters which have not been mixed with any carrier.

2. definition of.
Substances extractable with diethyl ether: method with the specified content.

3. Principle.
Dyes are extracted with diethyl ether and weigh the residue after evaporation of the ether.

4. Reagents.
Diethyl ether, dried, do not contain peroxide (dried with freshly roasted calcium chloride).

5. Equipment: 5.1 the Soxhlet flask with;

5.2. Desiccator, containing freshly activated silica gel or equivalent desiccant with water content indicator.
5.3. analytical balance;
5.4. oven with thermostatic control (85 ± 20 C).

6. the procedure.
On filter paper accurately weigh, to the nearest 10 mg, about 10 g of sample colours. Paper pack, place the sample in a Soxhlet apparatus. Six hours is extracted with diethyl ether (4) Soxhlet apparatus (5.1). Evaporate the ether low temperature as possible. Previously weighed Soxhlet flask with residue to dry for 20 minutes in the oven (5.4.) 85 ± 20 ° C. Move the flask in a desiccator (5.2) with the lid closed tightly and allow to cool. Weigh the flask with the Lees.
Drying and weighing until two successive weighings differ by not more than 0.5 mg. If the mass begins to increase, the calculation shall use the smallest readings.

7. Expression of the result.
7.1. formula and method of calculation. With diethyl ether extract content, as a percentage of the sample, is calculated using the following formula: where: m1 – Pellet (by evaporation) mass in grams of the sample taken, m0, the mass, in grams, of the home;

7.2. repeatability. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same chemist under the same conditions, 100 g of the sample must not exceed 20 mg.

 
 
III. Formic acid, formates and other oxidizable impurities detection acetic acid (E 260), potassium acetate (E 261), sodium diacetate (E 262) and calcium acetate (E 263) method 1.
The method determines formic acid, formates and other oxidizable impurities, expressed as formic acid: 1.1. acetic acid (E 260);
1.2. potassium acetate (E 261);
1.3. sodium diacetate (E 262);
1.4. calcium acetate (E 263).

2. definition of.
Formic acid, formates and other oxidizable impurities content: the method specified of formic acid, formates and other oxidizable impurities content.

3. Principle.
Sample solution alkaline environment is treated with potassium permanganate standard solution superior, the formation of manganese dioxide. Manganese dioxide, and potassium permanganate be determined iodometrically in acid environment, and the concentration of oxidizable impurities calculated and expressed as formic acid.

4. Reagents: potassium iodide 4.1;
4.2. potassium permanganate, 0.02 mol/l; 4.3. sodium carbonate (anhydrous);
4.4. Sodium Thiosulphate, 0.1 mol/l; 4.5. starch solution (approximately 1% m/V);
4.6. sulphuric acid: dilute pour 90 ml of sulphuric acid (d20 = 1.84 g/ml) in water and dilute to 1 l.

5. Equipment: 5.1. boiling water bath;
5.2. analytical balance.

6. the procedure.
If the test sample is the free acid, accurately weigh, to the nearest 10 mg, about 10 g of the sample is diluted with water and add 70 ml solution containing 30 ml of water 10 g of anhydrous sodium carbonate (4.3). If the sample is a salt, accurately weigh, to the nearest 10 mg, about 10 g of the sample and dissolve in 100 ml of water. Add 1 g anhydrous sodium carbonate (4.3) and shake until dissolved. Add 20 ml of 0.02 mol/l potassium permanganate (4.2) and heat in a boiling water bath for 15 minutes. Cool the mixture. Add 50 ml of dilute sulphuric acid (4.6) and 0.5 g of potassium iodide (4.1).
Swirl the mixture until all the manganese dioxide sediment to dissolve. Titrate with 0.1 mol/litre Sodium Thiosulphate (4.4) until the solution becomes pale yellow. Add a few drops of starch solution (4.5) and continue the titration until the solution becomes colourless.

7. Expression of results: 7.1. formula and calculation method. Formic acid, formates and other oxidizable impurities, expressed as formic acid, the percentage is calculated using the following formula: where: a-Molarity of potassium permanganate, b – Molarity of Sodium Thiosulphate, m0-checked out the start of the mass, in grams, of the sample, g-titration of 0.1 mol/litre Sodium Thiosulphate used in millilitres;

7.2. repeatability. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall not exceed 5 mg 100 g of sample.

8. Notes: Volume 11.3 ml 8.1 0.1 mol/l sodium Thiosulphate 0.2% formic acid corresponds to 10 g of the sample;
8.2. If does not contain the required volume of formates, 20 ml, but if there is more than 0.27% (m/m) of formic acid, there will be insufficient excess of potassium permanganate and a fixed minimum volume gain of 8 ml. In this case, repeat the determination using a smaller sample.

IV. determination of volatile substances Not propionic acid (E 280) method 1.
The method determines volatile substances in propionic acid not (E 280).

2. definition of.
Non-volatile substances in propionic acid content: the method specified does not contain volatile substances.

3. Principle.
The sample is evaporated, then dry at 103 ± 20 ° C, and the residue determined gravimetrically.
4. Equipment: 4.1 evaporation of silicon or Platinum dish with sufficient capacity to dispense 100 l can model;
4.2. oven (103 ± 20 C);
4.3. analytical balance;
4.4. boiling water bath;
4.5. Desiccator, containing freshly activated silica gel or equivalent desiccant with water content indicator.

5. the procedure.
Dry and weighed container, to the nearest 0.1 g weigh 100 g sample of propionic acid. Evaporate over a boiling water bath in a fume cupboard. When all the propionic acid has evaporated, to one hour in the oven (4.2) at 103 ± 20 ° C. Place in a desiccator and allow to cool and then weigh. Repeat the heating, cooling and weighing until two successive weighings differ by less than 0.5 mg. If the mass begins to increase, the calculation shall use the smallest readings.

6. Expression of results: 6.1. calculation formula and method. No volatile substances content as a percentage of the sample, is calculated using the following formula: where: m1 – mass in grams of the residue after evaporation, m0-taken in the mass, in grams, of the sample;

6.2. reproducibility. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall not exceed 5 mg 100 g of sample.

V. determination of the loss of mass on drying of sodium nitrite (E 250) method 1.
The method determines the loss of mass on drying of sodium nitrite (E 250).

2. definition of.
The moisture content of sodium nitrite: the method specified by the loss of mass on drying of.

 
 
3. Principle.
The loss of mass on drying is obtained by heating the oven to 103 ± 20 C, weigh and calculate the loss of mass.

4. Equipment: 4.1 the oven (103 ± 20 C);
4.2. flat-bottomed glass, weighing 60 to 80 mm in diameter and at least 25 mm deep, with a loose cover attached;
4.3. Desiccator, containing freshly activated silica gel or equivalent desiccant with water content indicator.
4.4. analytical balance.

5. the procedure.
Remove the lid from the weighing bottles (4.2) and heat for one hour in the glass and lid in the oven (4.1) 103 ± 20 ° C. Replace the lid and place the glass lid (4.2.) to the desiccator (4.3) and allow to cool to room temperature. Weigh, to the nearest 10 mg in a closed dish (4.2). Weigh, to the nearest 10 mg, about 10 g of the sample into a closed container. Remove the lid and place a dish for one hour and lid in the oven (4.1) 103 ± 20 ° C. Replace the lid and allow the covered glass desiccator (4.3) to cool to room temperature. Weigh to the nearest 10 mg. Repeat the heating, cooling and weighing until two successive weighings differ by less than 10 mg. If the mass begins to increase, the calculation shall use the smallest readings.

6. Expression of results: 6.1. calculation formula and method. The loss of mass on drying, calculated as a percentage by mass of the sample, using the following formula: where:-m1 is the mass, in grams, of the container, the container and the m2 is the mass, in grams, of the sample before drying, m3-dishwashers and the mass, in grams, of the sample after drying;

6.2. reproducibility. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, must not exceed 100 mg per 100 g of sample.

 
 
 
Vi. the permissible norms of salicylic acid determination of ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate (E 214), ethyl-p-hydroxybenzoate, sodium (E 215), n-propyl p-hydroxybenzoate (E 216), sodium propyl p-hydroxybenzoate (E 217), methyl p-hydroxybenzoate (E 218) and sodium methyl p-hydroxybenzoate (E 219) method 1.
This method determines the salicylic acid in ethyl p-hydroxybenzoate (E 216), n-propyl p-hydroxybenzoate (E 216), and methyl p-hydroxybenzoate (E 218) and their sodium salts (E 215, 217 and 219 E E).

2. definition of.
Salicylic acid in the determination of the permissible rules: limit values test result as determined by the method specified.

3. Principle.
Ammonium iron (iii) sulphate reaction with the sample solution consists of a purple coloration. Its intensity is compared with what constitutes a reference solution.

4. Reagents: 4.1 of ammonium iron (iii) sulphate solution, 0.2% m/v. prepare by dissolving 0.2 g of ammonium iron (iii) sulphate dodecahydrate in 50 ml of water, add 10 ml of nitric acid, 10% V/V, and dilute with water to 100 ml;
4.2. ethanol, 95% V/V; 4.3. salicylic acid solution, 0.1 g/l; 4.4. sulphuric acid, 1 mol/l.

5. the equipment.
Nessler cylinders, graduated to 50 ml. Total volume approximately 60 ml.

6. Procedure 6.1. ethyl, n-propyl and methyl p-hydroxybenzoate samples:

6.1.1. weigh, to the nearest 1 mg, 0.1 g of the sample and dissolve in 10 ml of 95% V/V ethanol (4.2.). Pour the solution in a graduated Nessler cylinder (5) and dilute to 50 ml with water. Mix and stirring add 1 ml of ammonium iron (iii) sulphate solution (4.1). Allow to stand for one minute;
6.1.2. prepare a comparison solution at the same time by repeating 6.1.1, but replacing the 0.1 g of the sample with 1 ml of salicylic acid solution (4.3);
6.1.3. compare the colouring in the sample solution with the coloration, appearing in the comparison solution;
6.2. ethyl, n-propyl and methyl p-hydroxybenzoate samples 6.2.1.: repeat 6.1.1. the procedure referred to in point, before dilution to 50 ml of acidified to pH 5 with 1 mol/l sulphuric acid (4.4);
6.2.2. repeat the procedures referred to in subparagraph 6.1.2;
6.2.3. repeat the procedures referred to in subparagraph 6.1.3.
7. Expression of results: 7.1. allowable margin test interpretation. If the red-violet colour appearing in the sample solution tube is more intense than that appearing in the comparison solution tube, the test is positive and the sample contains more than 0.1% salicylic acid;
7.2. the sensitivity. The limit of detection of the test is 30 mg 100 g sample of salicylic acid;
7.3. Note: Two of the tests on the same sample, simultaneously or one immediately after the other by one and the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall be identical.

VII. determination of free acetic acid in sodium diacetate (E 262) method 1.
The method determines acetic acid in sodium diacetate (E 262).

2. definition of.
The acetic acid content: acetic acid content determined by the method specified.

3. Principle.
Direct titration of acetic acid in the sample, using a sodium hydroxide solution and phenolphthalein indicator.

4. Reagents: 4.1. phenolphtalein solution in ethyl alcohol, 1% (m/V);
4.2. sodium hydroxide, 1 mol/l.

5. the equipment.
Analytical balance.

6. the procedure.
Weigh, to the nearest 1 mg approximately 3 g of the test sample and dissolve in about 50 ml of water. Add two or three drops of phenolphthalein as indicator solution (4.1) and Titrate with 1 mol/l sodium hydroxide (4.2) until red tint persists for five seconds.

7. Expression of results: 7.1. formula and calculation method. The acetic acid content, as a percentage by mass of the sample, is calculated using the following formula: where: V-the amount of sodium hydroxide (4.2) c – the volume in millilitres of sodium hydroxide solution concentration, mol/l, m0-the mass, in grams, of the sample taken.

7.2. repeatability. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall not exceed 500 mg per 100 g of sample.

8. Note:
Titrate with 1 mol/l sodium hydroxide 3 g of the sample, which contains 40% acetic acid 20 ml of the titrant is consumed.

VIII. determination of sodium acetate in sodium diacetate (E 262) method 1.
The method determines sodium acetate and water expressed as sodium acetate, sodium diacetate (E 262).

2. definition of.
Sodium acetate content: the method specified sodium acetate and water expressed as sodium acetate.

3. Principle.
Before the titration with standard perchloric acid, using Crystal Violet as indicator, the sample is dissolved in acetic acid glacial.

4. Reagents: 4.1. glacial acetic acid, r 20 = 1.049 g/ml (water for titration);
4.2. the CI 42555 Crystal Violet indicator solution, no, 0.2% (m/V) glacial acetic acid;
4.3. potassium hidrogenftalāt, C8H5KO4;
4.4. acetic anhydride (CH3C) 2O;
4.5.0.1 mol/l perchloric acid, glacial acetic acid. It finished and standardizes, weigh the perchloric acid solution of P g 1000 ml volumetric flask with a ground glass stopper. The quantity P is calculated using the following formula: where: m-perchloric acid concentration (percent by mass, m/m) with the alkalimetrisk titration (the best is 70 to 72% m/m). Add approximately 100 ml of glacial acetic acid and then Q g acetic anhydride in order small portions, add time stirring and cooling.

The quantity Q is calculated using the following formula: where: P-weighed quantity (a) perchloric acid – acetic anhydride concentration (percent by mass, m/m).
Stopper the flask and allow to stand for 24 hours in a dark place, then add glacial acetic acid, creating 1000 ml of solution. These solution are practically dry.
Benchmarking with potassium solution hidrogenftalāt.
Weigh to the nearest 0.1 mg approximately 0.2 g of potassium hidrogenftalāt, previously dried for two hours of 1100 ° C and dissolved in 25 ml glacial acetic acid titration flask, gently warming. Cool, add two drops of 0.2% (m/m) Crystal Violet solution (4.2) and Titrate ice acetic acid with perchloric acid solution until the indicator color changes to a pale green. Using the same volume of solution, and titrate the blank report the result obtained for the titration of the blank sample, the result obtained by titration real sample. Each 20.42 mg potassium hidrogenftalāt is equivalent to 1 ml of 0.1 mol/l perchloric acid.

5. the equipment.
Analytical balance.

6. the procedure.
Weigh to the nearest 0.1 mg approximately 0.2 g of the sample and dissolve in 50 ml of glacial acetic acid (4.1). Add a few drops of Crystal Violet solution (4.2) and titrate to a pale green end-point, using 0.1 mol/l perchloric acid (4.5).

7. Expression of the result.
7.1. formula and method of calculation. Sodium acetate content, expressed in percentage by mass of the sample, is calculated using the following formula: where: V = used in the standard perchloric acid (4.5), c = volume in ml perchloric acid solution (4.5), Molarity, m0 = the mass, in grams, of the sample;
7.2. repeatability. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall not exceed 175 mg 100 g of sample.

8. Note:
Reagents used in this method are toxic and explosive and should be handled carefully.

IX. levels of Aldehydes in sorbic acid (E 200), sodium, potassium and calcium sorbāto (E 201, E 202, E 203) and propionic acid (E 280) method 1.
The method detects aldehydes, expressed as formaldehyde: 1.1. sorbic acid (E 200);
1.2. sodium, potassium and calcium sorbāto (E 201, E 202, E 203);
1.3. propionic acid (E 280).

2. definition of.
Aldehyde limit values: permissible standards test result as determined by the method specified.

3. Principle.
Aldehydes in the test solution and formaldehyde comparison solution react with Schiff's reagent, forming a red colored complex where intensity compared.

4. Reagents: 4.1 formaldehyde solution (0.01 mg/ml) prepared by diluting concentrated formaldehyde solution (400 mg/ml);
4.2. Schiff's reagent.

5. Procedure 5.1. weigh, to the nearest 1 mg, about 1 g of the sample, add 100 ml of water and shake. If necessary, filter the solution and 1 ml of filtrate or sample solution with 1 ml of Schiff's reagent (4.2). At the same time processing 1 ml of formaldehyde comparison solution (4.1) with 1 ml of Schiff's reagent (4.2);
5.2. compare the colouring in the sample solution with that appearing in the comparison solution.

6. Expression of the result: the permissible rules 6.1 test interpretation. If the red colour appearing in the sample solution tube is more intense than that appearing in the comparison solution tube, the test is positive and the sample contains more than 0.1% aldehydes, expressed as formaldehyde;
6.2. the sensitivity. The limit of detection of the test is 30 mg 100 g sample of formaldehyde;
6.3. Note: Two of the tests on the same sample, simultaneously or one immediately after the other by one and the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall be identical.

X. determination of the peroxide number in lecithins (E 322) method 1.
This method determines the peroxide number of lecithins (E 322).

2. definition of.
Peroxide number of lecithins: the results obtained by the method specified.

3. Principle.
Oxidation of potassium iodide with lecithin peroxide and free iodine titration with sodium thiosulfate solution.

4. Reagents: 4.1. glacial acetic acid;
4.2. chloroform;
4.3. potassium iodide;
4.4. Sodium Thiosulphate, 0.1 mol/l or 0.01 mol/l; 4.5. starch solution (approximately 1% m/V).

5. Equipment: 5.1 analytical balance;
5.2. apparatus consisting of a round-bottomed flasks, 100:5.2.1 ml; 5.2.2. reflux condenser;
5.2.3. glass tubes with ground-glass joints, 250 mm long, with 22 mm internal diameter;
5.2.4. mikrovārglāz (external diameter 20 mm and a height of 35-50 mm).

6. Procedure: 6.1 insert in the 100 ml flask (5.2.1) 10 ml glacial acetic acid (4.1) and 10 ml of chloroform (4.2). Attach the glass tube (5.2.3) and reflux condenser (5.2.2.) and mix gently boiling for two minutes in order to get rid of the dissolved air. Dissolve 1 g of potassium iodide (4.3) 1-3 ml of water and, without interrupting the cooking, add this solution to the mixture in the flask (5.2.1).
If at this stage the yellow colour appears, the test should be stopped and must be repeated using fresh reagents;

6.2. weigh, to the nearest 1 mg, about 1 g of the sample, add the weighed sample in the flask (5.2.1) content after two minutes of cooking, again taking care to continue cooking. For this purpose insert the sample beaker (5.2.4) which descends through the glass tube (5.2.3.) with a special glass hooks. For a short time you can disconnect the condenser. Continue to boil for three to four minutes. Stop heating and immediately disconnect the condenser (5.2.2.). Through the glass tube (5.2.3.) to quickly deliver 50 ml of water. Detach the glass tube (5.2.3) and place the flask (5.2.1) under tap water cool to room temperature. Titrate with Sodium Thiosulphate (0.1 mol/l or 0.01 mol/l) (4.4) until the aqueous layer becomes pale yellow. Add 1 ml of starch solution (4.5) and continue the titration until the blue colour disappears. During the titration flask (5.2.1) vigorously to ensure complete extraction of iodine from water layer;
6.3. titration of the blank, totally repeating 6.1. and 6.2. procedures referred to, but without adding the sample.

7. Expression of results: 7.1. formula and calculation method. The peroxide number in the sample, in milliequivalents per kilogram, is calculated using the following formula: where: V1-sample (6.2) the volume in millilitres of Thiosulphate solution required for the titration of the blank, V2 – (6.3) the volume in millilitres of Thiosulphate solution required for the titration of, a-Sodium Thiosulphate solution concentration in mol/l, of the sample taken at the start, m0 is the mass, in grams;

7.2. repeatability. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall not exceed 0.5 (expressed as milliequivalents per kilogram of the peroxide number in the sample).

8. Notes: 8.1. Sodium Thiosulphate used in the choice of the concentration depends on the expected volume of titration. If you need less than 0.5 ml of 0.1 mol/l sodium thiosulphate, repeat the determination using the Sodium Thiosulphate with concentration of 0.01 mol/l; 8.2 the determination should not be done in bright light.

 
 
XI. Toluene insoluble substances in lecithins (E 322) method 1.
This method determines the toluene-insoluble matter in lecithins (E 322).

2. definition of.
Toluene insoluble matter content: toluene insoluble matter content determined by the method specified.

3. Principle.
The sample is dissolved in toluene, filtered residue dried and weighed.

4. Reagents.
Toluene 5. Equipment: 5.1. sintered glass filter Crucible, 30 ml, porosity G 3 or similar;
5.2. drying oven with electrical thermostat (103 ± 20 C);
5.3. water bath, operating at temperatures up to 600 ° C; 5.4. Desiccator, containing freshly activated silica gel or equivalent desiccant with water content indicator.
5.5. conical flask, 500 ml. 5.6. vacuum pump;
5.7. analytical balance.

6. Procedure 6.1. dry 30 ml sintered glass Crucible (5.1) in the drying oven (5.2) 103 ± 20 ° C. Move the Crucible (5.1) in the desiccator (5.4), allow to cool and then weigh;
6.2. thoroughly mix the sample of lecithins, if necessary, by heating in a water bath (5.3). Weigh, to the nearest 1 mg, about 10 g of the sample into a conical flask (5.5). Add 100 ml of toluene (4.) and swirl the mixture until all the lecithin is completely dissolved. Filter the solution through a sintered glass Crucible (5.1). The conical flask (5.5) with 25 ml of toluene (4.) and rinse the Crucible (5.1). Repeat this process with the other 25 ml of toluene (4). The superiority of toluene wash (5.1) the vacuum;
6.3. filter Crucible (5.1) for two hours in the oven at 103 ± 20 (5.2) c. Placed in a desiccator (5.4) and allow to cool. After cooling, the Crucible and the residue weighed;
6.4. repeat the procedure referred to in point 6.3 until the difference between two successive weighings is less than 0.5 mg. If the mass begins to increase, the calculation shall use the smallest readings.

 
7. Expression of results: 7.1. formula and calculation method in Toluene-insoluble matter content is calculated using the following formula: where: m1 – empty wash (6.1) in g, m2-wash and sediment (6.4), the mass, in grams, of the sample taken at the start, m0 is the mass, in grams;

7.2. repeatability. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall not exceed 30 mg 100 g of sample.

XII. The reducing substances in sodium, potassium and calcium laktāto (E 325, E 326, E 327) method 1.
The test detects qualitatively reducing substances: 1. sodium lactate (E 325);
1.2. potassium lactate (E 326);
1.3. calcium lactate (E 327).

2. definition of.
Determination of reducing substances: the limit test result as determined by the method specified.

3. Principle.
Fehling's solution is reduced with reducing properties. Usually they are reducing sugars.

4. Reagents: 4.1 of fehling's solution A: 6.93 g of copper sufāt pentahydrate is dissolved in water and make up to 100 ml with water.
4.2. Fehling's solution B: 34.6 g of potassium sodium tartrate and 10 g of sodium hydroxide in water and make up to 100 ml with water.

5. the procedure.
Weigh, to the nearest 1 mg, about 1 g of the sample and dissolve in 10 ml of warm water. Add 2 ml of fehling's solution A (4.1), 2 ml of fehling's solution B (4.2) and boil the mixture for one minute, observing, or change color. In some cases, encountered a precipitate of calcium sulphate does not interfere.

6. Expression of results: 6.1. limit test interpretation. If boiling (5) changes, the test is positive and the presence of reducing substances;
6.2. the sensitivity. Reactive reducing substance detection limit is 100 mg per 100 g of glucose;
6.3. Notes: 6.3.1. two of the acceptability of the results of the tests, carried out simultaneously or in rapid succession by the same analyst, on the same sample, under the same conditions, shall be identical;
6.3.2. If the sample contains 2% glucose, responding all of fehling's solution.

XIII. determination of volatile acids in orthophosphoric acid (E 338) method 1.
The method determines volatile acids, expressed as acetic acid, in orthophosphoric acid (E 338).

2. definition of.
Volatile acid content: the content of volatile acids, expressed as acetic acid, as determined by the method specified.

3. Principle.
Water is added to the model and solution of distilled. The distillate is titrated with sodium hydroxide solution and the acidity calculated and expressed as acetic acid.

4. Reagents: 4.1. phenolphtalein solution in ethyl alcohol, 1% (m/V);
4.2. sodium hydroxide, 0.01 mol/l.

5. the equipment.
Distillation apparatus with drip tray.

6. Procedure 6.1. weigh, to the nearest 50 mg about 60 g of the sample and the distillation flask with drip tray (5) place the weighed sample of 75 ml of freshly boiled and cooled water. Mix and then distil about 50 ml;
6.2. titrate the distillate with 0.01 mol/l sodium hydroxide solution (4.2), using phenolphthalein as indicator (4.1). Continue the titration until the first red coloration in the solution for 10 seconds.

 
7. Expression of results: 7.1. formula and calculation method. The content of volatile acids, expressed as milligrams per kilogram of acetic acid, is calculated using the following formula: where: V – used for neutralization of 0.01 mol/l sodium hydroxide solution in millilitres, m0-orthophosphoric acid is the mass, in grams, of the sample;

7.2. repeatability. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall not exceed 1 mg per 100 g of sample.

XIV. limit values for Nitrate determination in orthophosphoric acid (E 338) method 1.
This method detects nitrates in orthophosphoric acid (E 338).

2. definition of.
Nitrate, expressed as sodium nitrate limit values: permissible norm the test result as determined by the method specified.

3. Principle.
The sample adds Indigo Carmine solution in concentrated sulphuric acid. The blue colour disappears oxidants, including nitrate exposure.

4. Reagents: 4.1. indigo Carmine solution, 0.18% (m/V): dissolve 0.18 g of sodium indigotīndisulfonāt in water and make up with water to 100 ml. 4.2. sodium chloride solution, 0.05% (m/V);
4.3. sulphuric acid, concentrated (d20 = 1.84 g/ml).
5. the procedure.
Take 2 ml of the sample and dilute to 10 ml with sodium chloride solution (4.2). Add 0.1 ml of Carmine Indigo solution (4.1) and then cooling slowly add 10 ml of concentrated sulphuric acid (4.3). Follow the blue coloration of the solution or remain in five minutes.

 
 
 
6. Expression of results: 6.1. limit test interpretation. If the blue tint disappear in five minutes, the test is positive and the oxidizer quantity, expressed as sodium nitrate, is greater than 5 mg/kg;
6.2. Notes: 6.2.1 make the blank test;
6.2.2. two levels of results, the same sample at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall be identical;
6.2.3. indigo Carmine solution should not be used if it is older than 60 days;

6.2.4. If a positive result is obtained, the sample may contain nitrates and other oxidizing, and the test must be repeated using ISO method 3709 (1976) "phosphoric acid for industrial use (including foodstuffs)-determination of oxides of nitrogen-3.4-ksilenol Spectrophotometric method".

XV. Water-insoluble substances in Mono-, di-and tri-sodium ortofosfāto and Mono-, di-and tri-potassium ortofosfāto (E 339 (I), E 339 (II), E 339 (iii), E 340, E 341 (I) (II), E 340 (iii)) method 1.
The method determines water-insoluble matter in: 1.1. mono-sodium orthophosphate (E 339 (i));
1.2. di-sodium orthophosphate (E 339 (ii));
1.3. tri-sodium orthophosphate (E 339 (iii));
1.4. mono-potassium orthophosphate (E 340 (i));
1.5. di-potassium orthophosphate (E 340 (ii));
1.6. Tri-potassium orthophosphate (E 340 (iii)).

2. definition of.
Water insoluble matter: water insoluble matter content determined by the method specified.

3. Principle.
The sample is dissolved in water and filter through a suitable porcelain filter. After washing and drying the residue is weighed and calculated as water-insoluble matter.

4. Equipment: 4.1. sintered glass filter crucible with porosity G 3 or similar;
4.2. Desiccator, containing freshly activated silica gel or equivalent desiccant with water content indicator.
4.3. the thermostat (103 ± 20 C);
4.4. polypropylene beaker, 400 ml; 4.5. boiling water bath.

5. the procedure.
Accurately weigh, to the nearest 10 mg, about 10 g of the sample and dissolve phosphate 100 ml hot water, boil a polypropylene beaker (4.4.) and keeping the hot water bath (4.5) for 15 minutes. Filter the solution through a wash, dry and weigh the Crucible (4.1). The insoluble residue is washed with hot water. The crucible with the residue, put in oven and dried (103 ± 20 C) temperature for two hours. Place the crucible in a desiccator, allow to cool and weigh them. Repeat the heating, cooling and weighing until two successive weighings differ by less than 0.5 mg. If the mass begins to increase, the calculation shall use the smallest readings.

6. Expression of results: 6.1. calculation formula and method. Water insoluble matter content of the sample, is calculated using the following formula: where:-m1 is the mass, in grams, of the residue after drying, m0-taken in the mass, in grams, of the sample;

6.2. reproducibility. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall not exceed 10 mg per 100 g of sample.

XVI. the pH of food additives determining method 1.
The method provides a general guidance on how to determine the pH of food additives.

2. definition of.
Ph: the pH of food additives, as determined by the method specified.

3. Principle.
Dissolved or suspended in the sample water solution pH value is determined by using a glass electrode, reference electrode and pH meter.

4. Reagents: 4.1 devices used for calibration the following buffer solutions: 4.1.1. buffer solution pH 6.88 200 ºc, consisting of equal volume of 0.05 mol/l potassium dihydrogen phosphate (KH2PO4) and 0.05 mol/l disodium hidrogen-Ortho-phosphate dihydrate (Na2HPO4 72h2o);
4.1.2. buffer solution pH 4 200 C, which consists of the potassium hidrogenftalāt 0.05 mol/l (C8H5KO4);
4.1.3. buffer solution pH 9.22 200 ºc, consisting of 0.05 mol/l Sodium Borate (Na2B4O7 10h2o);
4.2. saturated or 3 mol/l potassium chloride solution, or other suitable solution indicated by the electrode manufacturer, to fill the reference electrode;
4.3. distilled water, carbon dioxide, with a pH between 5 and 6.

5. Equipment: 5.1. pH meter with an accuracy of 0.01 pH unit;
5.2. electrodes, either a combined glass electrode or single glass and reference electrodes, which together contain a suitable holder;
5.3. magnetic stirrer, with heater;
5.4. thermometer, calibrated in the interval 0 to 1000 C.

6. Procedure: 6.1. pH-meter-wide standardization. Glass electrode prepared by using the manufacturer's instructions. From electrodes pH value regularly, compared with buffer solutions pH is known.
Before the next sample/standard solution filling electrodes washed with water, and then gently wipe with a soft cloth or rinsed with water and then twice with the next sample/standard solution.
Where the sample is acidic, a pH reading test using buffer solutions with pH 4 (4.1.2) and pH 6.88 (4.1.1). If the pH of the sample are considered alkaline, reading buffer solutions used to check the pH (4.1.3) and pH 9.22 6.88 (4.1.1);
6.2. measurement of the sample solution. Prepare the sample solution as specified, using distilled water (4.3) and then to vented bags the temperature to 200 C. Mixing place the stop solution in glass electrodes and after two minutes note pH-meter (5.1).

7. Expression of the result.
Repeatability. The difference between the results of two determinations on the same sample, at the same time or immediately carried out by the same analyst, under the same conditions, shall not exceed 0.05 pH unit.

 
 
 
 
 
8. Note:
This method can be applied only if the food additive may dissolve or suspend in the water. "

 
 
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