Requirements For Food Products With Energy-And More Mark

Original Language Title: Prasības pārtikas produktiem ar samazinātu enerģētisko vērtību un to papildu marķējumam

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/op/2015/147.11

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No 422 in 2015 (28 July. No 36 47) requirements for food products with energy-and more mark Issued under the food surveillance law article 4, third paragraph, and article 13, paragraph 3 of part 1 of the regulations defines requirements for food products that are intended for use in energy-restricted diets for weight reduction (hereinafter food), and the additional marking. 2. the food is specially designed, and they replaced the whole total daily diet, or a part of it. Foods fall into two categories: 2.1. foodstuffs, which replaces all of the daily diet; 2.2. the food that replaces one or more of the daily meals. 3. food products may be placed on the market unless they meet the requirements laid down in these provisions and in composition (1, 2, and 3.), as well as the requirements of the Commission of 13 October 2009. in Regulation (EC) no 953/2009 on substances that dietary reasons, can add a special diet foods. 4. The rules referred to in point 2.1. foodstuffs for sale to the individual components wrapped in one package. 5. food products sold under the following name: 5.1 this provision 2.1. foodstuffs referred to as "the complete nutritional substitute for weight control '; 5.2. the rules referred to in paragraph 2.2 of the foods ' meal replacement for weight control '. 6. food products shall be labelled in accordance with the laws and regulations on the requirements for the labelling of prepackaged food, and of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2011 Regulation (EU) no 1169/2011 on the provision of food information to consumers and on the amendment of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006 and (EC) No 1925/2006 and Commission Directive 87/250/EEC, Council Directive 90/496/EEC Commission Directive 1999/10/EC, the European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/13/EC, Commission Directive 2002/67/EC and 2008/5/EC and Regulation (EC) no 608/2004 (hereinafter Regulation No 1169/2011). In addition, the labelling shall bear the following information: 6.1. the available energy value expressed in kilojoules (kJ) and kilocalories (kcal), numerical and the protein, carbohydrate and fat content in a specified quantity of the product ready for consumption; 6.2. these rules referred to in annex 2 of the vitamins and minerals the numerical average quantity of each mineral and each vitamin for the consumption quantity of the product ready for use; 6.3. the provisions referred to in 2.2 of food products, the percentage of vitamins and minerals from a normal diet the recommended daily allowance specified in Regulation No 1169/2011 in part A of annex XIII, in addition to the provisions laid down in point 6.2 below; 6.4. If necessary, the preparation of the instruction manual of the product and a warning about the importance of proper preparation; 6.5. the potential of the product laksatīv (laxative), if using the food according to the manufacturer's instructions for the day, more than 20 grams of polyols; 6.6. the need for the importance of maintaining an adequate daily fluid intake; 6.7. This provision 2.1. foodstuffs referred to indicate that the product provides a day required nutrients and without medical monitoring product should not be used for more than three weeks; 6.8. the provisions referred to in 2.2 of foods – an indication that the product is to be used as part of a diet with reduced energy value and other foods is such an integral part of the diet. 7. food product labelling, advertising and prohibited from using the indication of weight loss speed or quantity you may use these products. 8. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 27 March 2001, Regulation No 144 "minimum safety requirements for dietary foods with reduced energy value and the marking" (Latvian journal, 2001, nr. 52.; 2003, no. 28; 2006, nr. 185.161., no; 2007; 2010, 57. no). 9. Foods that are placed on the market and labelled according to the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 March 2001, Regulation No 144 of "minimum safety requirements for dietary foods with reduced energy value and the marking" requirements allowed to sell after the entry into force of these regulations until the end of such food items.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Commission of 26 February 1996 to Directive 96/8/EC on foods intended for use in energy-restricted diets for weight reduction; 2) Commission 30 May 2007 of Directive 2007/29/EC amending Directive 96/8/EC on the labelling, presentation and advertising of foodstuffs, intended for use in energy-restricted diets for weight reduction.
Prime Minister-Minister of traffic Anrij Minister of Agriculture John matīss Dūklav, annex 1. The Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2015 regulations No 422 composition of food energy-No. p. k. Energy value, units of measurement and composition of a complete substitute nutrition weight control meal replacement for weight control the minimum quantity minimum quantity, the maximum quantity in the maximum amount 1. Energy, kJ (kcal) 3360 (800) 5040 (1200) 840 (200) 1680 (400) 2. Olbaltumvielas1, 2 g-125 – – 25% of the energy value of the food 50% of the energy value of the food 25% of the energy value of the food 50% of the energy value of the food 3. Fat, linolenic acid glycerides, g – 30% of the energy value of the food – 30% of the energy value of the food 4.5-1-4. Fibre, g-10 30-5. Vitamins and minerals at least 100% of the provision shown in annex 2. vitamins and minerals at least 30% of this provision in annex 2 of the vitamins and minerals in one ēdienreizē3 notes. 1 concerns the rules of Protein protein whose chemical index (the smallest ratio between each of the essential amino acids in the protein and the quantity of each corresponding amino acid of the reference protein quantity) is equal to the reference protein the chemical index. If the chemical index of the proteins is less than 100% of the reference protein the chemical index of the proteins, the minimum quantity in the product must be increased accordingly, but the chemical index of the proteins must be not less than 80% of the reference protein the chemical index. 2, the addition of amino acids is permitted solely for the purpose of improving the nutritional value of the proteins, and only in the proportions necessary for that purpose. 3 this rule 2.2. referred to the amount of potassium in foods for one meal is at least 500 mg. Agriculture Minister John Dūklav in annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2015 regulations No 422 of vitamins and minerals to foods energy-No. p. k. Vitamins and minerals unit of measure 1. Vitamin a, µ g RE 700 2. Vitamin d, µ g 5 3. Vitamin e, mg 10 4 HERE. Vitamin c, mg 45 5. 1.1 thiamin, mg 6. Riboflavin mg 1.6 7. Niacin mg 18 8. Vitamin B6, mg 1.5 9. Μ g, folic acid, 200 10. Vitamin B12, µ g 1.4 11. Biotin, µ g 15 12. Pantothenic acid, mg 3 13. Calcium, mg, 700 14. Phosphorus, mg 550 15. Potassium, mg 3100 16. Iron, mg 16 17. Zinc, mg 18 9.5. Copper, mg 1.1 19. 130 20 µ g, iodine. Selenium, µ g 55 21. Sodium, mg 575 22. Magnesium, mg 150 23. Manganese, mg 1 Minister of Agriculture John Dūklav in annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2015 regulations No 422 Comparable protein amino acid composition No. p. k. Amino acid/100 g protein 1 g. Cystine + methionine 1.7 2. Histidine 1.6 3. Isoleucine 1.3 4. Leucine 1.9 5. Lysine 1.6 6. Phenylalanine + tyrosine 1.9 7. Threonine 0.9 8. Tryptophan 0.5 9. Valine Dūklav Agriculture Minister John 1.3 a