Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers On 27 February 2001, Regulation No 86 Of The "provisions On Minimum Safety Requirements For The Use Of Food Additives"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2001.gada 27.februāra noteikumos Nr.86 "Noteikumi par obligātajām nekaitīguma prasībām pārtikai, kurā izmantotas pārtikas piedevas"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 148 in Riga on 22 February 2005 (pr. No 10 43 §) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers on 27 February 2001, the Regulation No 86 ' provisions on minimum safety requirements for the use of food supplements "Issued under the food surveillance law in the second paragraph of article 4 and article 13 of the third to make 1 Cabinet of 27 February 2001, the Regulation No 86 ' provisions on minimum safety requirements for the use of food additives" (Latvian journal, 2001, 2002 35 no; 97 no; in 2004, 68 no). the following amendments: 1. make the following paragraph 2.25.: stabilisers: substances 2.25., which keeps a 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 binding capacity of the food, creating cross-links between proteins enabling to link individual food components. ";
1.2. to supplement the provisions under point 8.1 as follows: "food additives are allowed in 8.1 food to which a flavouring has been added, in such quantities that the additive is permitted in the flavouring and food is transferred together with the flavouring, provided that the additive has no technological function in the finished product. The content of additives in flavourings be limited to the minimum 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. ";
1.3. make 22 the following: "22. Polyols and/or aspartame-labelling of a table-top sweetener must include the warning: 22.1 polyols: ' excessive use may cause diarrhea '';
22.2. aspartame — "contains phenylalanine ' ';
22.3. aspartame acesulfame salt-1 — "contains phenylalanine '.";
1.4. to supplement the rules with the 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 paragraph by the following: "1. the provisions of annex 26 to the bottom paragraph 1.1.2.2. and 14.1.4.3. the products referred to in point, made up of 29 July 2005, E 952 (cyclamic acid and cyclamate) maximum margin should be 400 mg/l. such products may be distributed to 29 January 2006.
27 to 29 July 2005, may produce this rule 5.2.3. of annex 1 and the bottom point 5.3.3. products referred to in paragraph containing E 952 (cyclamic acid and cyclamate), if satisfied the requirements of these regulations in force until March 11, 2005. The following products may be distributed to 29 January 2006.
28. food additives E 230 (biphenyl, diphenyl), 231 (orthophenyl phenol) and E 232 (sodium orthophenyl phenol) food production may be used up to 27 January 2006 and distributed until stocks last, produced up to 27 January 2006.
29. food additives E 338 to E 452 (phosphoric acid and phosphates) 2 g/l in Apple and PEAR cider can be used up to 27 January 2006 and distributed until stocks last, produced up to 27 January 2006.
30 to 2006 January 27 may produce this provision 1.5.1.3, 5.2.4, 5.3.4., 7.2.4., 14.1.5.2., 15.1.4 13.7.4.,., and referred to in paragraph 15.2.4. products containing E 903 (karnaubvask), if the requirements of this regulation are complied with, which was valid until March 11, 2005. The following products may be distributed until stocks last, produced up to 27 January 2006. ";
1.5. to complement the informative reference to directives of the European Union with 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 of the subparagraph by the following: "9) Commission in 2003 October 27, 2003/95/EC Directive amending Directive 96/77/EC laying down specific purity criteria on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
10) the European Parliament and of the Council on 22 December 2003 Directive 2003/114/EC amending Directive 95/2/EC on food additives other than colours and sweeteners;
11) 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;
12) 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;
13) 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;
14) Commission 16 April 2004-Directive 2004/47/EC amending Directive 95/45/EC as regards mixed carotenes (E 160 a (I) and beta-carotene (E 160 a (II))) ".
1.6. to make the new version of annex 1 (annex 1);
1.7. to make the new version of annex 2 (annex 2);
1.8. to make the new version of the annex (annex 3);
1.9. Express of annex 5, paragraph 30 and 31 by the following: "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 β-carotene. Can also be α-and γ-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 (not more than 0.05% benzene) 30.1.3.
Class Carotenoid in 30.1.4.
Color index number 75130 30.1.5.
Einecs number 227-636-6 30.1.6.
Chemical formula C40H56 (β-carotene) 30.1.7.
Molecular weight 536.88 (β-carotene) 30.1.8.
Assay not less than 5% carotene (calculated as β-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 in cyclohexane solution absorption maximum at 440-457 nm and 470-486 nm 30.1.10.
Purity criteria: 30.1.10.1.
Solvent residues acetone: propan-2-ol methyl ethyl ketone methanol hexane ethanol not more than 50 mg/kg, singly or in combination dichloromethane not more than 10 mg/kg 30.1.10.2.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg, 30.2.
30.2.1. Algal carotenes
Synonyms CI food Orange 5 (CI food Orange 5) 30.2.2.
Definition and description of mixed extraction of carotene can also be obtained from Dunaliell Salina natural family of algae that grows in large sāļezero of Vaial, Dienvidaustrālij. β-carotene is extracted with essential oils. The product is a 20 to 30% suspension in food oils. TRANS-cis ISO measured ratio is 50/50 to 71/29. Main colours are carotenoids, of which the main part is β-carotene. Can also be α-carotene, lutein, zeaksantīn and β-kriptoksantīn. No color pigment in this product may contain oils, fats and waxes, which are naturally present in the raw material 30.2.3.
Class Carotenoid in 30.2.4.
Color index number 75130 30.2.5.
Chemical formula C40H56 (β-carotene) 30.2.6.
Molecular weight 536.88 (β-carotene) 30.2.7.
Assay not less than 20% carotene (calculated as β-carotene).
= 2500 (at 440-457 nm in cyclohexane solution) 30.2.8.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in cyclohexane solution at 440-457 nm and 474-486 nm 30.2.9.
Purity criteria: 30.2.9.1.
Natural tocopherols for food not more than 0.3% in the oil 30.2.9.2.
Lead not more than 5 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 β-carotene TRANS-ISO measured with small amounts of other carotenoids. Diluted and stabilised preparations may have different cis/trans isomer ratios 31.1.3.
Class Carotenoid in 31.1.4.
Color index number 40800 31.1.5.
Einecs number 227-636-6 31.1.6.
Chemical name β-carotene, β, β-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 β-carotene = 2500 (at 440-457 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 (β-carotene exception): not more than 3.0% of total colouring matters 31.1.12.3.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg of 31.2.
Beta-carotene from Blakeslea trispora 31.2.1.
Synonyms CI food Orange 5 (CI food Orange 5) 31.2.2.
Definition

Obtained by fermenting mushrooms Blakeslea trisporadiv 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.
Class Carotenoid in 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 β-carotene = 2500 (at 440-457 nm in cyclohexane solution) 31.2.10.
Looks like red to brownish red crystals or crystalline powder 31.2.11.
Proof of identity-spectrometry absorption maximum in cyclohexane at 453-456 the solution nm 31.2.12.
Purity criteria: 31.2.12.1.
The solvent balance: ethyl acetate, ethanol izobutilacetāt a izobutilspirt not more than 0.8% (separately or together) not more than 1.0% not more than 0.1% 31.2.12.2.
Ash (in the form of sulphates) not more than 0.2% 31.2.12.3.
Additional other carotenoid pigments (β-carotene exception): not more than 3.0% of total colouring matters 31.2.12.4.
Lead not more than 2 mg/kg 31.2.12.5.
Mycotoxins: aflatoxin B1, Ochratoxin Zearalenone TRICHOTHECENE T2 undetectable undetectable undetectable undetectable 31.2.12.6.
Microbiology: mold fungi yeasts Salmonella Escherichia 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 ";
 
1.10. the Express 5.80. Annex paragraph by the following: ' 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 White, slightly hygroscopic 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) 80.1.9.
Purity criteria: 80.1.9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 2% (105 ° 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, which leads to a chemical reaction between sodium hydroxide and nitric acid stehiometrisko quantities, without crystallization by reaction. Standardised forms prepared from liquid sodium nitrate and meet the eligibility requirements, can contain nitric acid superiority when it clearly is announced or indicated in the label 80.2.2.
The chemical name is 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.
33.5%, 40.0% of the parent 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 1.5-3.5 80.2.9.
Purity criteria: 80.2.9.1.
Free nitric acid not more than 0.01% 80.2.9.2.
Nitrites not more than 10 mg/kg, calculated as NaNO2 80.2.9.3.
Arsenic not more than 1 mg/kg 80.2.9.4.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg 80.2.9.5.
Mercury not more than 0.3 mg/kg ";
 
1.11. to express 160.6.13. of annex 5, paragraph as follows: "160.6.13.
Small molecular weight carrageenan (molecular weight fraction below 50 kD) not more than 5% ";
 
1.12. Express 161.5.13. of annex 5, paragraph as follows: "161.5.13.
Small molecular weight carrageenan (molecular weight fraction below 50 kD) not more than 5% ";
 
1.13. Express 5.176.177, 178, 179, 181.180 and paragraph by the following: "176.
E-431 polyoxyethylene (40) stearate 176.1.
Synonymous Polioksil (40) stearate (stearat polyoxyl (40)); polyoxyethylene (40) monostearate (polyoxyethylen (40) monostearat) 176.2.
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 a free polispirt of 176.3.
Assay not less than 97.5% on the anhydrous 176.4.
Looks like 25 ° c – cream flakes or vaskveid substances with weak smell of 176.5.
Proof of identity: 176.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate and insoluble in mineral 176.5.2.
Pour point ° C 39-44 176.5.3.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 176.6.
Purity criteria: 176.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 176.6.2.
Acid number no more than 1 176.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than 27 and not more than 40 176.6.4.
Saponification number not less than 25 and no more than 35 176.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 176.6.6.
Ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 176.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 176.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 176.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 176.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 176.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg 177.
E-432 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monolaurate (polysorbate 20), 177.1.
Synonyms polysorbate 20 (polisorbat 20);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monolaurate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan monolaurat) 177.2.
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 anhydride of 177.3.
Assay not less than 70% of oksietilēngrup, corresponding to not less than 97.3% of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monolaurāt, calculated on the anhydrous substance 177.4.
Looks like 25 ° C – citrine to Amber oily liquid with a weak characteristic smell of 177.5.
Proof of identity: 177.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate and dioxan, insoluble in light petroleum and mineral 177.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 177.6.
Purity criteria: 177.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 177.6.2.
Acid number no more than 2 177.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 108 177.6.4 96.
Saponification number not less than 40 and not more than 50 177.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 177.6.6.
Ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 177.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 177.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 177.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 177.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 177.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 178.
E-433 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monooleate (polysorbate 80) 178.1.
Synonyms polysorbate 80 (polisorbat-80);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monooleate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan monooleat) 178.2.
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 178.3.
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 178.4.
Looks like 25 ° C – citrine to Amber oily liquid with a weak characteristic smell of 178.5.
Proof of identity: 178.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate and toluene, mineral oils and insoluble in light petroleum 178.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 178.6.
Purity criteria: 178.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 178.6.2.
Acid number no more than 2 178.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 80 178.6.4 65.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 55 45 178.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 178.6.6.
Ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 178.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 178.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 178.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 178.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 178.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg to 179.
E-434 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monopalmitate (polysorbate 40) 179.1.
Synonyms polysorbate 40 (polysorbat-40);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monopalmitate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan monopalmitat) 179.2.
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 179.3.
Assay not less than 66% oksietilēngrup that meets not less than 97% of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monopalmitāt, calculated on the anhydrous substance 179.4.
Looks like

25 ° C – citrine to Orange oily liquid or gel, with weak characteristic smell of 179.5.
Proof of identity: 179.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate and acet-Nah, not dissolve in mineral 179.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 179.6.
Purity criteria: 179.6.1.
Water not more than 3% (Karl Fischer) 179.6.2.
Acid number no more than 2 179.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than 90 and not more than 107 179.6.4.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 52 179.6.5 41.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 179.6.6.
Ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg 179.6.7.
Ethylene glycols (mono-and di-) not more than 0.25% 179.6.8.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 179.6.9.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg 179.6.10.
Mercury not more than 1 mg/kg 179.6.11.
Cadmium, not more than 1 mg/kg, 180.
E-435 polyoxyethylene sorbitan monostearate (polysorbate 60) 180.1.
Synonyms polysorbate 60 (polisorbat-60);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monostearate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan monostearat) 180.2.
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 180.3.
Not less than 65% of the parent oksietilēngrup, corresponding to not less than 97% of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monostearāt, calculated on the anhydrous basis for 180.4.
Looks like 25 ° C – citrine to Orange oily liquid or gel, with weak characteristic smell of 180.5.
Proof of identity: 180.5.1.
Solubility soluble in water, ethyl acetate and toluene, mineral oil does not dissolve in oils and plant 180.5.2.
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 2 180.6.3.
Hidroksilskaitl by no less than and no more than 96 81 180.6.4.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 55 45 180.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 180.6.6.
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-436 polyoxyethylene sorbitan tristearate (polysorbate 65) 181.1.
Synonyms polysorbate 65 (polisorbat-65);
polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan tristearate (polyoxyethylen (20) sorbitan tristearat) 181.2.
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 181.3 of the anhydride.
Assay not less than 46% oksietilēngrup, corresponding to not less than 96% of polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan triste a scold, calculated on the anhydrous substance 181.4.
Looks like 25 ° C – tawny vaskveid substance with weak characteristic smell of 181.5.
Proof of identity: 181.5.1.
Dispersible solubility in water, soluble in mineral oil, vegetable oil, light petroleum, acetone, in diethyl ether, ethanol and methanol dioxan, in 181.5.2.
Infrared spectrum characteristic of polyols for polioksietilēt partial esters of fatty acids 181.5.3.
Pour point ° c 29-33 181.6.
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 40 and not more than 60 181.6.4.
Saponification number no less than and no more than 88 98 181.6.5.
1.4-dioxane in not more than 5 mg/kg 181.6.6.
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 ";



 
1.14. the Express 5.199.1. subparagraph by the following: "199.1.
Definition and description of β-Cyclodextrin acquisition is not reducing cyclic Saccharides obtained, consisting of seven D-glukopiranozilgrup, α-1.4-linked to the links. The product is produced, by acting on partially hydrolysed starch with cikloglikoziltransferāz (CGTāz), which is derived from a Bacillus, circulan Paenibacill maceran or recombinant Bacillus licheniformis strain SJ1608 ";
 
1.15. the supplement to annex 5 304.2 points by the following: "E 907 hydrogenated 304.2-poly-1-decene 304.2 1.
Synonyms-1 polidec-hydrogenated, hydrogenated poly-alpha-olefin to 304.2 2.
Chemical formula C10nH20n + 2, where n = 3-6 304.2 3.
Molecular weight (average) 304.2 560 4.
Not less than 98.5% of the parent with the following distribution of oligomers: C30:13-37%-70% C50 C40:35:9-25% C60% 304.2 5:1-7.
Looks like a colorless, viscous liquid without smell 304.2 6.
Proof of identity: 304.2 6.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in ethanol, poorly soluble in toluene 304.2 6.2.
Combustion burn with a bright flame and paraffin scent characteristic 304.2 7.
Purity criteria: 304.2 7.1.
The viscosity 5, 7x10-6-6, 1x10-6 m2-1 100 ° C 304.2 7.2.
Compounds with carbon number less the mu at about 30, not more than 1.5% 304.2 7.3.
Easy karbonizējam substances after 10 minutes in boiling water bath shaking the tube with sulphuric acid and 5 g of the sample without stains darker than light yellow straw color 304.2 7.4.
Nickel not more than 1 mg/kg 7.5 304.2.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg ";
 
1.16. the supplement to annex 5 paragraph 321.1 as follows: "E 955 sucralose 321.1 321.1-1.
Synonyms 4, 5, 6 '-trihlorgalaktosaharoz 1 ' of 321.1 2.
Chemical name 1.6-Dichloro-1.6-β-D-dideoks-fruktofuranozil-4-chloro-4-deoks-α-D-galaktopiranozīd of 321.1 3.
Einecs number 259-952-2 321.1 4.
Chemical formula C12H19Cl3O8 321.1 5.
Molecular weight 397.64 321.1 6.
Assay not less than 98% and not more than 102% on the anhydrous 321.1 7.
Looks like white to dzeltenbalt crystalline powder odourless 321.1 8.
Proof of identity: 321.1 8.1.
pH 5.0-7.0 (10% solution) 321.1 8.2.
Good solubility soluble in water, methanol and ethanol, slightly soluble in ethyl acetate 321.1 8.3.
Infrared absorption of potassium bromide in the infrared spectrum of dispersed sample displays the relative peaks in the same wave as the standard figures, obtained using the standard sample of 321.1 sukraloz 8.4.
Thin layer chromatography to the 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 the standard 10 ml sukraloz methanol 321.1 8.5.
Specific optical rotation angle [α] 20 d = (+ 84,00) – (+ 87,50), calculated on the anhydrous basis (10% w/v solution) 321.1 9.
Purity criteria: 321.1 9.1.
Water not more than 2.0% (Karl Fischer) 321.1 9.2.
Sulphate ash not more than 0.7% type 321.1 9.3.
Other chlorinated disaccharides, not more than 0.5% 321.1 9.4.
Chlorinated Monosaccharides not more than 0.1% 321.1 9.5.
Trifenilfosfīn oxide, not more than 150 mg/kg 321.1 9.6.
Not more than 0.1% methanol 321.1 9.7.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg ";
 
1.17. the supplement to annex 5 paragraph 323.1 follows: "(E) 962-323.1 Aspartame-acesulfame salt 1 1 323.1.
Aspartame-acesulfame synonyms 1 2 323.1.
Definition of salt is prepared by heating the 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 323.1 3.
Chemical name L-fenilalanil-2-methyl-L-α-asparaginskāb-6-methyl-1,2,3-oksatiazīn-4 (3 h)-one-2.2-323.1 diok Sidi salt 4.
Chemical formula of 323.1 C18H23O9N3 5.
Molecular weight 457.46 323.1 6.
63.0% to 66.0% assay aspartame (on dry basis) and 34.0% to 37.0% acesulfame (acid form on a dry basis) 323.1 7.
Looks like a White crystalline powder odourless 323.1 8.
Proof of identity: 323.1 8.1.
Solubility soluble in water in limited quantities; slightly soluble in ethanol 323.1 8.2.
Light transmission 1% solution in water, the light transmission of a 1 cm cell at 430 nm using the spectrophotometer, suitable for comparison with water not less than 0.95, equivalent to the absorption, not more than approximately 0.022 323.1 8.3.
Specific optical rotation angle [α] 20 d = (+ 14,50) – (+ 16,50) to determine the concentration of 6.2 g in 100 ml formic acid N, 15 30 minutes after solution preparation. The calculated specific optical rotation angle divide by 0.646 to correct for the aspartame content appropriately aspartame-acesulfame salt 323.1 9.
Purity criteria: 323.1 9.1.
Loss on drying not more than 0.5% (105 ° c, 4 h) 323.1 9.2.
5-Benzyl-3.6-dioks-2-piperazīnetiķskāb is not more than 0.5% 323.1 9.3.
Lead not more than 1 mg/kg ";
 
1.18. the supplement to annex 5 paragraph 345.1 as follows: E 1517 glyceryl Diacetate 345.1 "– 345.1 1.
Synonyms diacetin 345.1 2.
Definition

Glyceryl diacetate consists mainly of 1.2-and 1.3-glyceryl diacetate with the mixture of Mono-and a small quantity of 345.1 triester 3.
Chemical name glyceryl Diacetate, 1, 2, 3-propāntriol diacetate 4, 345.1.
Chemical formula C7H12O5 345.1 5.
Molecular weight 176.17 345.1 6.
Assay not less than 94.0% 345.1 7.
Looks like a clear, colourless, hygroscopic pretty oily liquid with a mild odor of fat 345.1 8.
Proof of identity: 345.1 8.1.
Solubility soluble in water. Miscible with ethanol 345.1 8.2.
Positive tests for glycerol and acetate 345.1 8.3.
Specific gravity:-EUR 1,195 1,175 345.1 d2020 = 8.4.
Boiling point 259-261 ° C 345.1 9.
Purity criteria: 345.1 9.1.
Total ash content not more than 0.02% 345.1 9.2.
Not more than 0.4% acidity calculated as acetic acid 345.1 9.3.
Arsenic not more than 3 mg/kg 345.1 9.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg ";
 
1.19. the supplement to annex 5 346.1 points by the following: "E 1519 benzyl alcohol 346.1 346.1-1.
Synonyms Fenilkarbinol, fenilmetilspirt, benzenemetanol, alfahidroksiltoluol 346.1 2.
The chemical name of benzyl alcohol, fenilmetanol 346.1 3.
Chemical formula of C7H8 346.1 4.
Molecular weight 108.14 346.1 5.
Not less than 98.0% assay 346.1 6.
Looks like a colourless, clear liquid with a weak odour of aromatic 346.1 7.
Proof of identity: 346.1 7.1.
Solubility insoluble in water, ethanol and ether 346.1 at 7.2.
Refractive index [n] D20 =: l, 538-1,541 346.1 7.3.
Specific gravity: d2525 = 1,042-1,047 346.1 7.4.
Positive test for peroxides 346.1 8.
Purity criteria: 346.1 8.1.
Distillation range, not less than 95% v/v of 202 to 208 ° C distillation temperature 346.1 8.2.
Acid number no more than 0.5 346.1 8.3.
Not more than 0.2% aldehydes, v/v, calculated as benzaldehīd to 346.1 8.4.
Lead not more than 5 mg/kg ";
 
1.20. Express 348.8.1. of annex 5, paragraph as follows: "348.8.1.
Viscosity-0.275 kgm-1s-0 7220 1 20 ° C ";
 
1.21. Express 348.8.4. of annex 5, paragraph as follows: "348.8.4.
Ethylene oxide, not more than 0.2 mg/kg ";
 
1.22. to supplement annex 6:1.22.1. beyond words and numbers: E 905 microcrystalline wax "Microcrystallin" with the name of wax different and numbers by the following: "E 907 hydrogenated poly-1-decene Hydrogenated poly-1-decent range";
 
1.22.2. behind the words and figures: "(E) Trietilcitrāt in 1505 Triethyl Xeloda different" in words and figures as follows: "(E) a different 1517 glyceryl Diacetate Glyceryl diacetat";
 
1.22.3. beyond words and numbers: "1518 Glyceryl triacetat E Gliceriltriacetāt a different" in words and figures as follows: E 1519 benzyl alcohol Benzyl alcohol "different";
 
1.23. supplement to annex 7:1.23.1. beyond words and numbers: "E 558 bentonite Bentonit is different" in words and figures as follows: E 1519 benzyl alcohol Benzyl alcohol "different";
 
1.23.2. beyond words and numbers: 308 E Gamma-tocopherol "Gamma-tocopherol different" in words and figures as follows: "(E) a different 1517 glyceryl Diacetate Glyceryl diacetat";
 
1.23.3. behind the words and figures "of various E 939 helium" Helia in words and figures as follows: ' E 907 hydrogenated poly-1-decene Hydrogenated poly-1-decent range. "
 
2. for products placed on the market or labelled before the entry into force of these regulations and which do not comply with the provisions referred to in point 1.10 of annex 5, paragraph 1.13.80, referred to in paragraph 5 of the annex, 177.6.6 178.6.6 176.6.6., 179.6.6., 180.6.6., and 181.6.6., referred to in paragraph 1.14 of annex 5, paragraph 1.20 199.1. referred to in subparagraph 348.8.1 of annex 5 and in 1.21. referred to in subparagraph 348.8.4 of annex 5. requirements set out in paragraph , distributed until stocks last.
3. This rule 1.9, 1.11, 1.12, 1.15, 1.16, 1.17, 1.18 and 1.19. subparagraph shall enter into force by 1 April 2005. Products placed on the market or labelled before 1 April 2005 which do not comply with these requirements set out in the paragraphs below, distributed until stocks last.
Prime Minister a. Halloween Health Minister g. Smith Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 12 March 2005.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of 22 February 2005, regulations No 149 "annex 1 Cabinet of 27 February 2001, the Regulation No 86 food products authorised for use in food additives and food additives the maximum dose notes: 1. The maximum dose — largest 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, 450-452, E and E) and it allowed the quantity added.
2. no regulated dose — quantity of food additives is regulated, and in accordance with good manufacturing practice, a food additive is used up as necessary for the achievement of targets (with the cījum away, consumers are 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, 405, 416, 420-421, 425, 431-436, 442-445, 468, 473-495, 512, 520-523, 535-556, 559, 583-635, 900-950, 951, 953 927b,, 957, 959, 965-967, 1201, 1202, 999, 1505, 1518.4. 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.