Rules On Breast Milk Substitutes In The Composition Of The Minimum Safety Requirements, Labelling And Advertising Requirements, As Well As The Procedure For The Evaluation Of Advertising

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par mātes piena aizstājēju sastāva obligātajām nekaitīguma prasībām, to marķējuma un reklāmas prasībām, kā arī reklāmas izvērtēšanas kārtību

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 368, Riga, 31 May 2005 (pr. No 32) rules on breast milk substitutes in the composition of the minimum safety requirements, labelling and advertising requirements, as well as the procedure for the evaluation of advertising Issued under the food surveillance law article 4, the second, third and part of the 10.1 article 20, first paragraph, point 9 and the second subparagraph of article 20 and article 7 of the law on Advertising, the second part i. General questions 1. certain group of customers — infants (children under 12 months of age), the mother's milk and the composition of the minimum safety requirements , their label and advertising claims, as well as the evaluation of advertising and the amount of advertising. 2. Mother's milk substitutes their specific composition or the special manufacturing process, are clearly distinguishable from other kinds of food and is suitable for a baby feeding, if they cannot be fed with breast milk. Distribution of mother's milk substitutes, indicate the suitability for the respective group of consumers. 3. in accordance with the objective of using breast milk substitutes are divided into the following groups: 3.1 mixes, which fully satisfies the first four to six months of age, the nutritional requirements of infants;
3.2. mixtures for infants from the age of four months and form the main part of the liquid, this age infants. 4. Export of mother's milk substitutes shall comply with the requirements laid down in these provisions a substitute for breast milk composition and labelling. Mother's milk substitutes shall be marked in the national language and in such a way as to prevent the risk of confusion mixtures for infants for the first four to six months of age, with a mixture of infants from the age of four months. 5. Retail sale of breast milk substitutes distributed only prepackaged. II. Minimum requirements for the safety of the mother's milk substitute composition 6. Mother's milk substitutes may contain only 1 or 2 of these provisions mentioned in the annex containing the protein products and other food ingredients whose suitability for feeding infants is demonstrated by generally accepted scientific data. 7. The rules referred to in point 3.1. of the mix composition conforms to this provision in the annex 1. 8. This provision 3.2. composition of mixtures referred to in that provision 2 complies with the requirements referred to in the annex. 9. Mother's milk substitutes allowed to add only this rule 3. substances listed in the annex to ensure the babies required vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other nutrients. 10. specific legislation for individual pesticides residues in products of plant and animal origin products in the mother's milk substitutes may not exceed 0.01 mg/kg, except for those provisions of the pesticides listed in annex 4. 11. This provision of the pesticides listed in annex 5 shall be prohibited to use agricultural products, where these products are used as ingredients in the production of breast milk substitutes. Recognized that the pesticide is not used if: these provisions 11.1 5. table 1 of the annex of that pesticide residues do not exceed the analytical methods for the quantification of 0.003 mg/kg;
11.2. the provisions of annex 5, table 2 of that pesticide residues do not exceed 0.003 mg/kg. 12. The provisions referred to in annex 4 of pesticide residues does not exceed the specified in this annex, the maximum levels of pesticide residues. 13. These rules 10, 11 and 12 above the maximum levels of pesticide residues in baby food set to prepare for breast milk substitutes. 14. when preparing mother's milk substitutes for use, they may only be added to drinking water. 15. food additives for use in mother's milk substitutes established laws on the use of food additives. III. requirements for mother's milk substitute mark 16. If mother's milk substitute made of different proteins, to the labelling of the products concerned mother's milk substitutes trade name — "a mixture of infants to four-six months of age" or "mixture of infants from the age of four months." 17. If the mother's milk substitute made from cows ' milk proteins, to the labelling of the products concerned mother's milk substitutes trade name — "milk for infants up to four-six months of age" or "milk for infants from the age of four months." 18. If the mother's milk imported from another Member State of the European Union, the trade name of the product in the Latvian language corresponds to the trade name of one of the Member States of the European Union (annex 6). 19. Mother's milk substitute mark may, in addition to other laws and regulations on food labelling prescribed information: 19.1. energy product kilojoules (kJ) and kilocalories (kcal), protein, carbohydrates and fat (expressed in figures) 100 ml of the product ready for use;
19.2. each of these rules in annex 1 or 2 that the vitamin and the average quantity of each mineral substance (expressed in figures), as well as (if they are added), choline, inositol, carnitine and taurine quantity (expressed in figures) 100 ml of the product ready for use;
19.3. the preparation of the instruction manual of the product and a warning about the health hazard, if it's prepared incorrectly. 20. Mother's milk substitutes on the labelling of the information provided on the use of the product may not be the recommendation to abandon power with mother's milk. The labelling shall be prohibited to use words such as "will", "maternalizēt incident Humanized," "emulated" breast milk, as well as other words that shall be treated as a substitute for breast milk breast milk. "Adapted" for use only in accordance with the provisions of annex 7, paragraph 1 of the said requirements. 21. The rules referred to in point 3.1., milk mixture in addition to the labelling provisions laid down in point 19 information: 21.1. information about the product's suitability for feeding infants from birth if the baby is not possible be fed mother's milk;
21.2. additional information on iron uptake need babies older than four months, when they are fed with this mixture and it does not contain added iron;
21.3. the words "important" (bold face), followed by: 21.3.1. indication of breastfeeding on mother's milk and superiority as the best infant nutrition, which protects the infant from health problems;

21.3.2. indication of the use of the product only in accordance with the medical treatment person's recommendation. 22. The provisions referred to in point 3.1., the labelling of mixtures must not contain images of children or any other images or text which may idealize the use of the product. The label may include graphical images, to facilitate identification of the product and illustrates its preparation. 23. The rules referred to in point 3.1., the labelling of mixtures may include notification of its particular composition in accordance with the provisions of annex 7. 24. The provisions referred to in point 3.2. labelling of compound indicates that the product is suitable only for such infants, who are older than four months, and that this product is only part of the baby's diet. IV. Requirements for mother's milk substitute advertising 25. This provision in paragraph 20, the bottom paragraph 21.3., paragraph 22 and 23 in the mother's milk substitute labelling requirements also apply: 25.1. to mother's milk substitute, packaging design and go for used ņojum materials, as well as to the location and the surroundings in which the product is deployed;
25.2. to mother's milk substitute ad. 26. The rules referred to in point 3.1. of the mix of ads uses only scientific publications according to this provision, paragraph 20, paragraph 21.3., paragraphs 22 and 23. Ads must contain only scientifically based information. Advertising shall not imply or create the impression that feeding with the mixture is equivalent to feeding with breast milk or too about it. 27. This rule 3.1. mixtures referred to in paragraph there shall be no point-of-sale advertising, giving of samples of the product directly to consumers or otherwise promoting the sale of retail (such as special displays, discount coupons, premiums, special sales, loss-selling bundled with other products). 28. Producers and distributors must not be distributed, directly or indirectly (through the intermediary of treatment), pregnant women, infants and young children the mothers or their family members, as well as other consumers, this provision referred to in paragraph 3.1 or samples the mixture free of charge or at a reduced price, and they bestow. 29. This provision is referred to in 3.1 products allowed to deliver the donation form or to sell at reduced prices in social care institutions only infant feeding, which they need, and only for as long as necessary. 30. Treatment Services provides objective and understandable information (written or audiovisual) on infant and young child feeding and ensures that this information is available to all who need it. This information shall include the following: 30.1. breastfeeding benefits and superiority of breast-feeding breast milk substitutes;
30.2. maternal nutrition, preparation for breastfeeding and lactation extension;
30.3. partial power with mother's milk substitute a possible negative effect on breast-feeding;
18.9. the difficulties to resume breastfeeding after the break;
30.5. manufactured industrially or home-prepared mixture for proper use. 31. Producers and distributors to ensure that the provisions referred to in point 3.1. of the mix of advertising contains information in accordance with this provision, paragraph 30, while providing guidance about the use of compound social and financial consequences for infant health risk due to inappropriate food or incorrectly feeding methods (not suitable for the use of the mixture also), that these mixtures are intended only for infants, which mixes required, and only for so long as necessary. Ads banned include pictures which may idealize the use of the compound. Advertising is allowed to include the name of the manufacturer or the Distributor or brand, but you are not allowed to include in this provision the products referred to in point 3.1., mark. Advertising is disseminated only to treatment facilities by matching with the medical establishment. 32. This provision, paragraph 31 ad (with the exception of those provisions referred to in paragraph 26 of the publication) is permitted only if the Latvian food centre received written confirmation that your ad complies with the rules and regulations of food regulatory requirements. 33. for the provisions referred to in paragraph 32 of the approval, the manufacturer or distributor shall submit the application and sample ad the Latvian food centre. 30dien Latvian food centre after the submission and receipt of the sample ad assess compliance with relevant advertising laws and requirements and issue a written approval or refusal to approve advertising based. The Latvian food centre promotional evaluation may invite experts. Application and sample Ad Notifier Latvian food centre's decision within one month of receiving it can be a challenge in the Ministry of health. 34. The fee for a promotional screening are 67.06 lats (VAT Excl.). V. closing question 35. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 March 2001, Regulation No 119 "mother's milk substitute composed of minimum safety requirements and their labelling and advertising requirements" (Latvian journal, 2001, nr. 43; 2003; 2004, nr. 21, no. 15). Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) Council of 13 June 1989 directive 89/398/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to foodstuffs intended for particular nutritional uses, supplemented by the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 December 1996, Directive 96/84/EC of 7 June 1999, Directive 1999/41/EC of 7 June 1999, Directive 1999/50/EC;
2) Commission 14 May 1991 Directive 91/321/EEC on infant formulae and follow-on formulae, as amended, with the 16 February 1996, Commission Directive 96/4/EC and 25 May 1999 Directive 1999/50/EC, and February 10, 2003 Directive 2003/14/EC;
3) Commission 18 June 1992 Directive 92/52/EEC on infant formulae and follow-on formulae intended for export to third countries. Prime Minister a. Halloween Health Minister g. Smith annex 1 Cabinet of 31 May 2005, regulations no 368 requirements of infants (first four to six months of age) for µ µ µ sastāvam1 the mixture no PO box energy value and of the mixture components, unit of measure, a minimum quantity for maximum quantity 1 2 3 4 1. Energy, kJ/100 ml (kcal/100 ml) 250 (60) (75), 315 2. Proteins: 2 3 2.1.

from cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) (1.8) 4 0.7 0.45 (3) 4 2.2 from protein partial hydrolysates produced mixture, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal): 0.56 (2.25) 4, 5, 4, 5 (3) 0.7 2.2.1. taurine, µ ìmoles/100 kJ (µ ìmoles/100 kcal) 10 (42) 2.2.2. L-carnitine, µ ìmoles/100 kJ (µ ìmoles/100 kcal) (7.5) 1.8-2.3 from soya protein isolates, alone or in combination with cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture , g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) 0.56 (2,56) 6 (3) 6 2.3.1 0.7 L-carnitine, µ ìmoles/100 kJ (µ ìmoles/100 kcal) (7.5) 1.8-2.3.2. chemical indekss7 80% of the reference olbaltumvielas8-3 fat, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) 9:1.05 (4.4) 1.5 (6.5) 3.1 lauric acid-15% of the total amount of fat a myristic 3.2-15% of the total fat 3.3. the linoleic acid (in the form of glycerides, i.e. in the form of linoleāt) mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 70 (300) 285 (1200) 3.4. alpha-linolenic acid, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50)-3.5. linoleic acid-alpha-linolenic acid ratio 5 15 3.6. trans-fatty acids-4% of the total fat 3.7-erucic acid 1% of the total fat 3.8 may be added to the long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (C20, C22): ω-3-3.8.1.1% of the total fat 3.8.2 ω-6-2% of total fat 3.8.3. arahidonskāb-1% of the total fat 3.8.4. eikozānpentaēnskāb (C20:5 , ω-3) content shall not exceed dokozaheksaēnskāb (C22:6 ω-3) contents 4. Carbohydrates (lactose, maltose, only sucrose, maltodextrine, glucose syrup, glucose syrup powder, uncooked starch free of gluten, natural, želatinizēt starch, naturally gluten-free), g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal): 3.4 1.7 (7) (14) 4.1 lactose 0.85 (3) 10-4.2. sucrose-20% of the total carbohydrates quantities 4.3 uncooked starch and/or starch želatinizēt , g/100 ml-2; 30% of the total carbohydrate quantity 5. Minerals: 5.1 from cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture: 5.1.1. sodium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 5 (20) 14 (60) 5.1.2. potassium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 15 (60) 35 (145) 5.1.3 chlorides mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 29 (125) 5.1.4. calcium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50)-5.1.5. phosphorus mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 6 (25) 22 (90) 5.1.6. magnesium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (5) 1.2 3.6 (15) 5.1.7. dzelzs11, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (0.5) 0.12 0.36 (1.5) 5.1.8. zinc, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (0.5) 0.12 0.36 (1.5) 5.1.9. copper, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) 4.8 (20) 19 (80) 5.1.10. iodine, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) (5)-1.2 selēns12 5.1.11. , µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal)-0.7 (3) 5.1.12. calcium and phosphorus ratio 1.2 2.0 5.2 from soya protein isolates, alone or in combination with cows ' milk proteins produced in the mixture, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal): 5.2.1. sodium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 5 (20) 14 (60) 5.2.2. potassium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 15 (60) 35 (145) 5.2.3. chlorides mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50) 29 (125) 5.2.4. calcium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 12 (50)-5.2.5. phosphorus, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 6 (25) 22 (90) 5.2.6. magnesium, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (5) 1.2 3.6 (15) 5.2.7. dzelzs11, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) 0.25 0.5 (2) 5.2.8. zinc, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.18 0.6 (0.75) (2.4) 5.2.9. copper , µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) 4.8 (20) 19 (80) 5.2.10. iodine, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) (5) 1.2-5.2.11. selēns12, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal)-0.7 (3) 5.2.12. calcium and phosphorus ratio 1.2 2.0 6. Vitamins: vitamin A, 6.1 µ g RE/100 kJ (µ g RE/100 kcal) 13 14 43 (60) (180) 6.2 vitamin D, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) (1) 0.25 0.65 14 (2.5) 6.3 thiamin , µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) 10 (40)-6.4. riboflavin, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) 14 (60)-6.5. niacin, mg NO/100 kJ (mg NO/100 kcal) 15 (0.8) 0.2-6.6. Pantothenic acid, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) 70 (300)-6.7. Vitamin B6, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) 9 (35)-6.8. biotin, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) (1.5) 0.4-6.9. folic acid , µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) (1) (4)-6.10. Vitamin B12, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) (0.1) 0.025-6.11. Vitamin C, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) 1.9 (8)-6.12. Vitamin K, µ g/100 kJ (µ g/100 kcal) (1) (4)-6.13. Vitamin E, mg α-TE/g of polyunsaturated fatty acids by linoleic acid, α-TE or mg/100 kJ (mg α-TE/100 kcal) 0.5 0.1 (0.5) or 16-7 nucleotides. , the total quantity mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal), including:-1.2 (5) 7.1 citidīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.60 (2.50) 7.2. uridīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.42 (1.75) 7.3. adenosine 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.36 (1.50) 7.4 Guanosine 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.12 (0.50) 7.5. inozīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.24 (1.0) notes. 1, the composition is indicated for use in the finished product, prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions. 2 protein content = nitrogen content x 6.38 (cows ' milk proteins) or nitrogen content x 6.25 (from soya proteins and protein partial hydrolysates). 3 the addition of amino acids to the mixture is only allowed for the purpose of improving the nutritional value of the proteins, and only in the proportions necessary for that purpose. 4 To be in breast milk to the mixture for the energy value, it must contain each of the essential and indispensable part of the quantity to be used aminoskābes17, which shall not be less than what comparable protein contents (mother's milk protein) 8; calculations are allowed the amount of methionine and cystine to total. 5 the efficiency of protein (protein efficiency ratio PER) and total protein usability (net protein utilization NPU) is not less than the relevant indicators of casein. 6 To be in breast milk to the mixture for the energy value, it must contain an available quantity of methionine at least comparable to that contained in the protein (milk proteins) 7 8 chemical index — the lowest ratio between each of the essential amino acids in the protein quantity and the quantity of each corresponding amino acid of the reference protein. 8 the reference protein (casein and breast milk protein) content: no amino amino acid casein, PO box g/100 g of protein in mother's milk protein, g/100 g of protein arginine 3.7 3.8 1 2 3 4 1. Cystine 0.3 1.3 2 Histidine 2.9 2.5 3 4 5 5.4 4.0 Leucine isoleucine. 9.5 8.5 lysine 8.1 6.7 6 7 methionine 2.8 1.6 8. Phenylalanine 5.2 3.4.9.10.4.7 4.4 tryptophan threonine 1.6 1.7 Tyrosine 5.8 3.2 12.11 a valine 6.7 4.5


9 prohibited sesame seed oil and cotton seed oil. 10 do not apply to the mixture of soy protein content greater than 50% of the total protein content. 11 Limit applies to mixtures with added iron. 12 Limitation applies to mixtures with the addition of selenium added. 13 RE: all TRANS retinol equivalent. 14 in the form of cholecalciferol, of which 10 g = 400 IU vitamin D µ. 15 NO-niacin equivalents, i.e., mg-nikotīnskāb + mg tryptophan/60.16 α-TE = d-α-tocopherol equivalent. 17 essential and indispensable amino acids part content in breast milk: no p.k. amino acids mg/100 kJ (1 kJ = 0.239 kcal) mg/100 kcal arginine 16 69 2.1 2 3 4 1. Cystine Histidine 11 45 4.6 24 3.17 72 5. Leucine isoleucine lysine 29 122 7.37 156 6. Methionine phenylalanine 15 62 9 7 29 8. Threonine 19 80 10.. Tryptophan tyrosine 14 59 12 7 30 11. Valine 19 80. Health Minister g. Smith annex 2 The Cabinet of Ministers on 31 May 2005 the Regulation No. 368 requirements of infants (from the age of four months) for the mixture of sastāvam1 no PO box energy value and of the mixture components, unit of measure, a minimum quantity for maximum quantity 1 2 3 4 1. Energy, kJ/100 ml (kcal/100 ml) 250 (60) 335 (80) Olbaltumvielas2 2, 3, 4, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal): 0.5 (2.25) 5 1 (4,5) 5 2.1. chemical indekss6 80% of the reference protein (casein or mother's milk protein) fat 7-3. , g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal) 8:0.8 (3.3) 1.5 (6.5) 3.1 lauric acid-15% of the total amount of fat a myristic 3.2-15% of the total fat 3.3. the linoleic acid (in the form of glycerides, i.e. linolāt) 70 (300) 9-3.4. trans-fatty acids-4% of the total fat 3.5-erucic acid 1% of the total fat 4. Carbohydrates, g/100 kJ (g/100 kcal): 3.4 1.7 (7) 10 (14) 4.1 lactose 0.45 (18) 11-4.2. sucrose honey, fructose, alone or together, 20% of the total carbohydrate quantity 5. Minerals: iron, 5.1 mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) (1) 0.25 0.5 (2) iodine, 5.2 mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-1.2 (5) 5.3 zinc, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal): 5.3.1 from cow's milk produced in the mixture (0.5) 0.12-5.3.2 from soya protein isolates, alone or in combination with cows ' milk proteins in the mixture produced 0.18 (0.75)-5.4. other minerals under the saturam12 of cows ' milk minerals calcium and phosphorus 5.5. ratio-2.0 6. Vitamins: vitamin A, 6.1 μg RE/100 kJ (ìg RE/100 kcal) 13 14 43 (60) (180) 6.2 vitamin D, µg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 0.25 0.75 14 (1) (3) 6.3. Vitamin C, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal) 1.9 (8)-6.4. Vitamin E, mg α-TE/polyunsaturated fatty acids, linoleic acid on mg α-TE/100, or kJ (mg α-TE/100 kcal) 0.5 0.1 (0.5) or 15-7 nucleotides. , the total quantity mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal), including:-1.2 (5) 7.1 citidīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.60 (2.50) 7.2. uridīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.42 (1.75) 7.3. adenosine 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.36 (1.50) 7.4 Guanosine 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.12 (0.50) 7.5. inozīn 5 '-monophosphate, mg/100 kJ (mg/100 kcal)-0.24 (1.0) notes. 1, the composition is indicated for use in the finished product, prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions. 2 protein content = nitrogen content x 6.38 (cows ' milk proteins) or nitrogen content x 6.25 (from soya protein and partially hydrolysed proteins). 3 the addition of amino acids to the mixture is only allowed for the purpose of improving the nutritional value of the proteins, and only in the proportions necessary for that purpose. 4 If the mixture is made of soy proteins or those with cows ' milk proteins, other proteins are not allowed to add. 5 To be in breast milk to the mixture for the energy value, it must contain an available quantity of methionine at least comparable to that contained in the protein (milk proteins) 7.6 chemical index — the lowest ratio between each of the essential amino acids in the protein quantity and the quantity of each corresponding amino acid of the reference protein. 7 the reference protein (casein and breast milk protein) content: no amino amino acid casein, PO box g/100 g of protein in mother's milk protein, g/100 g of protein arginine 3.7 3.8 1 2 3 4 1. Cystine 0.3 1.3 2 Histidine 2.9 2.5 3 4 5 5.4 4.0 Leucine isoleucine. 9.5 8.5 lysine 8.1 6.7 6 7 methionine 2.8 1.6 8. Phenylalanine 5.2 3.4.9.10.4.7 4.4 tryptophan threonine 1.6 1.7 Tyrosine 5.8 3.2 12.11 a valine 6.7 4.5 8 prohibited Sesame seed oil and cotton seed oil. 9 This rule only applies to mixtures containing vegetable oil. 10 is not allowed to use ingredients that contain gluten. 11 does not refer to a mixture of soya protein quantity is greater than 50% of the total protein. 12 minerals in milk: no minerals PO box 100 g solids non-fat protein 1 g 1 2 3 4 1 mg. sodium, Potassium, mg 550 15 2.1680 43 3. mg. calcium, Chlorides, mg 1350 35 5 1050 28 4. Phosphorus, mg Magnesium, mg. 1070 28 6 135 3.5 copper, mg 7 225 6 8. Iodine is not defined, varies depending on the season and livestock conditions 13 RE = all TRANS retinol equivalent. 14 in the form of cholecalciferol, of which 10 ìg = 400 IU of vitamin D. 15 α-TE = d-α-tocopherol equivalent.
Health Minister g. Smith annex 3 Cabinet of 31 May 2005, regulations no 368 substances allowed to add breast milk substitutes no substance substance allowed BC shapes 1 2 3 1. Vitamins: vitamin A, retinol 1.1 retinol acetate retinol palmitate beta-carotene 1.2. Vitamin D vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) vitamin B1 1.3 thiamin hydrochloride thiamin mononitrate vitamin B2 riboflavin 1.4 sodium riboflavin 5 '-phosphate 1.5. niacin NICOTINAMIDE Nicotinic Acid 1.6. pyridoxine hydrochloride vitamin B6 pyridoxine 5-phosphate 1.7. pantotēn acid D-PANTOTHENATE, calcium D-pantothenate sodium dexpanthenol 1.8. folic acid folic acid vitamin B12 cyanocobalamin 1.9 1.10. hidroksokobalamīn biotin D-biotin vitamin C 1.11. L-Ascorbic acid sodium L-ascorbate calcium L-ascorbate 6-palmityl-L-Ascorbic acid (ASCORBYL PALMITATE) potassium ascorbate 1.12. Vitamin K PHYLLOQUINONE (phytomenadione) vitamin E D 1.13-alpha tocopherol DL-alpha tocopherol D-alpha tocopherol acetate DL-alpha tocopherol acetate 2. Minerals: calcium (Ca) 2.1 calcium carbonate calcium chloride calcium salts of citric acid Calcium Gluconate calcium glycerophosphate calcium lactate calcium hydroxide calcium phosphates


2.2. magnesium (Mg) magnesium carbonate magnesium chloride magnesium oxide magnesium gluconate magnesium hydroxide magnesium salts of orthophosphoric acid magnesium sulphate magnesium citrate to 2.3. potassium (K) potassium bicarbonate potassium carbonate potassium chloride potassium citrate potassium gluconate potassium lactate potassium salts of orthophosphoric acid potassium hydroxide 2.4. iron (Fe) ferrous citrate ferric ammonium citrate ferrous gluconate ferrous lactate ferrous sulphate ferrous fumarate ferric diphosphate (ferric pyrophosphate) copper (Cu) 2.5 copper-lysine complex carbonate can be citrate may gluconate copper sulphate in the 2.6.
zinc (Zn) zinc acetate zinc citrate zinc lactate zinc sulphate zinc oxide zinc gluconate zinc chloride 2.7. manganese (Mn) manganese carbonate manganese chloride manganese citrate manganese gluconate manganese sulphate 2.8. sodium (Na) sodium bicarbonate sodium chloride sodium citrate sodium gluconate sodium carbonate sodium lactate sodium salts of orthophosphoric acid sodium hydroxide 2.9. selenium (Se) sodium selenate sodium selenite 2.10. iodine (J) potassium iodide sodium iodide potassium iodate 3. Amino acids and other nitrogen compounds : 3.1 L-arginine and its hydrochloride 3.2 L-cystine and its hydrochloride 3.3 L-Histidine and its hydrochloride 3.4 L-isoleucine and its hydrochloride 3.5 L-Leucine and its hydrochloride 3.6 L-cysteine and its hydrochloride 3.7 L-lysine and its hydrochloride 3.8 L-methionine L-phenylalanine 3.9 3.10 3.11 L-threonine L-tryptophan L-tyrosine 3.12 3.13 3.14 L-valine and L-carnitine hydrochloride 3.15 3.16 taurine citidīn 5 '-monophosphate and its sodium salts 3.17 uridīn 5 '-monophosphate and its sodium salt 3.18.5 '-adenosine monophosphate and its sodium salts 3.19.5 '-Guanosine monophosphate and its sodium salts 3.20. inozīn 5 '-monophosphate and its sodium salts 4. Other substances: 4.1 4.2. choline choline chloride choline citrate 4.3 4.4 4.5. CHOLINE BITARTRATE inositol Health Minister g. Smith annex 4 Cabinet of 31 May 2005, regulations no 368 pesticide maximum residue limits the quantity of breast milk substitutes no p.k. Pesticide (pesticide metabolites) name maximum residue limits (mg/kg), 1. Kadusafos. 2 in 0.006

Demeton-S-methyl/demeton-S-methyl sulfone/oxydemeton (individually or in combination expressed as demeton-S-methyl) 3 to 4 0.006 Ethoprophos 0.008. Fipronil (fipronil and fipronildesulfinil, expressed as fipronil) 0.004 5. Propineb/propilēntiourīnviel (sum of propineb and propilēntiourīnviel) Health Minister 0.006 G. Buchanan annex 5 Cabinet of 31 May 2005, regulations no 368 pesticides which are prohibited to use agricultural products, where these products are used in a substitute for breast milk production and their residues No. p.k. Pesticide (pesticide residues) 1. Disulfoton (sum of Disulfoton, Disulfoton sulfoxide and disulfoton sulfone expressed as disulfoton) fensulfothion 2 (fensulfotion, fensulfotion and fensulfotion the oxygen analogue sulphone, expressed as fensulfothion) Fentin, 3 expressed as Haloxyfop 4. trifeniltinkatjon (haloksifop, its salts and esters including conjugates, expressed as Haloxyfop) heptachlor and TRANS 5-heptahlorepoksīd, expressed as heptachlor Hexachlorobenzene Nitrofen 7.6.8.9 (omethoate Terbufos of terbufos , its sulfoxide and sulfone, expressed as terbufos) table 2 no PO box the name of the pesticide aldrin and dieldrin 1, expressed as dieldrin endrin 2 Health Minister g. Smith annex 6 Cabinet of 31 May 2005, regulations no 368 mother's milk substitute trade names in Latvian language and the national languages of the European Union in 1.No the different proteins made in the mother's milk substitute trade names in Latvian language and the national languages : no language trade name PO box 1.1. Latvian blend infants up to four-six months old blend infants from the age of four months 1.2 English infant formula Follow-on formula 1.3. Danish Modermælkserstatning Tilskudsblanding 1.4 German Säuglingsanfangsnahrung Folgenahrung 1.5. Παρασκεύασμα για ξρέφη Παρασκεύασμα Greek δεύτερης ξρεφικής ηλικίας 1.6 Preparad the Spanish para. lactent of the Preparad de continuación 1.7. French in Préparation pour nourrisson Préparation pour nourrisson 1.8. Italian alimento per lattant di proseguiment the Aliments 1.9. Dutch is Volledig zuigelingenvoeding Opvolgzuigelingenvoeding 1.10. Fórmul for the lactent Portuguese Fórmul de transiçã of the 1.11.
Äidinmaidonkorvik Vieroitusvalmist is a Finnish-Swedish Modersmjölksersättning Tillskottsnäring 1.12 1.13. in the vyživ kojeneck Počatečn Czech Pokračovac kojeneck of the vyživ of the Estonian Imik piimaseg of 1.14 Jätkupiimaseg of Mišiny in the 1.15. Lithuanian kūdikiam every 4-6 men in kūdikiam, a Mišiny vyresniem kaip 4men 1.16 Anyatej-helyettesitö Hungarian tapszer Anyatej-kiegeszitö tapszer 1.17. Maltese formula tat-prosegwimen tal-trab formula a 1.18. Polish poczatkoweg the zywieni of the prepare do you Prepare niemowl the zywieni the dalszeg do you niemowl 1.19 Slovenian Začetn za dojenčk in Nadaljevaln the formula formula za dojenčk in Počiatočn dojčensk Slovak 1.20 of the Nasledn of the vyživ dojčensk vyživ of 2.No of cows ' milk proteins the mother prepared milk substitute trade names in Latvian language and the national languages of the European Union: no PO box language trade name 2.1. Latvian milk for infants up to four-six months old milk for infants from the age of four months 2.2 English infant milk Follow on milk 2.3. Danish udelukkend på mælk Modermælkserstatning is a udelukkend of basere Tilskudsblanding basere på mælk 2.4 to German Säuglingsmilchnahrung Folgemilch 2.5. Greek δεύτερης ζρεφικής ηλικίας για ζρέφη Γάλα Γάλα 2.6. Spanish Leche para lactent-leche de continuacion 2.7. French To the pour in To the suite nourrisson de 2.8.
Italian latte per lattant latte di proseguiment 2.9. Dutch Volledig zuigelingenvoeding op basis van melk is "Zuigelingenmelk" Opvolgmelk 2.10. Portuguese Leite of Leite de lactent para transiçã äidinmaidonkorvik the Finnish 2.11-2.12-vieroitusvalmist Maitopohjainen Maitopohjainen Modersmjölksersättning uteslutand in Swedish. baserad på baserad PAA mjoelk Tillskottsnäring uteslutand of the Czech Počatečn in mjoelk 2.13 the kojeneck of vyživ of mlečn of mlečn of kojeneck of vyživ Pokračovac 2.14 pohinev piimaseg of the Estonian Piimal imik in

Pohinev jätkupiimaseg-2.15 Piimal Lithuanian mišiny kūdikiam of Milk for every 4-6 men in the mišiny Milk kūdikiam vyresniem kaip 4 men, in Hungarian Tejalap of 2.16 anyatej-helyettesitö tapszer Tejalap kiegeszitö tapszer of anyatej-2.17. Maltese Halib tat-prosegwimen tal-Halib trab in a 2.18. the poczatkoweg the Mlek of the Polish Mlek the nastepn the Začetn the mlek Slovenian 2.19. za dojenčk Nadaljevaln mlek of the dojenčk of the za-2.20. Slovak Počiatočn dojčensk mliečn of vyživ of Nasledn of dojčensk of mliečn of vyživ of the Health Minister g. Smith annex 7 Cabinet on 31 May 2005 the Regulation No. 368 requirements of infants (first four to six months age) the intended mixture special composition (the label included in the notice of the special composition of the mixture) no statement on the label for BC special requirements for the composition of the mixture composition 1 2 3 1. adapted protein protein content is less than 0, 6 g/100 kJ (2.5 g/100 kcal) and the whey protein/casein ratio is not less than 1.0 2. Low sodium the sodium content is lower than 9 mg/100 kJ (39 mg/100 kcal) 3 does not contain sucrose does not contain sucrose 4. lactose only lactose Content contains only 5 does not contain lactose.
Does not contain lactose 6. Enriched with iron added iron 7. Reduced risk of allergy to milk proteins (the marking can be an indication of reduced allergen content in the mixture and the reduced allergen Antigen properties) a) Mixture is 1. item 2.2. requirements of subparagraph imunoreaktīv and protein quantity by conventional channels is less than 1% of nitrogenous substances in the mixture b) label indicates that the product must not be used in infants who are allergic to the intact proteins from which the product is made unless generally accepted clinical test proves the product tolerance more than 90% of infants (confidence interval 95%) who are excessively sensitive to proteins from which the prepared mixture c) oral feeding, the mixture may not cause increased sensitivity to the animals not cracked proteins whose mix of d) is available in an objective and scientifically sound evidence of the marking are specified in the properties of a mixture, the Health Minister g. Smith