Quality Requirements For The Classification And Labelling Of Coffee And Chicory Extract

Original Language Title: Kvalitātes, klasifikācijas un marķējuma prasības kafijas un cigoriņu ekstraktam

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/102420

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 140, Riga, 22 February 2005 (pr. 10. § 31) quality requirements for the classification and labelling of coffee and chicory extracts issued under the food surveillance law article 4, fourth paragraph, and 3 the third subparagraph of article i. General questions 1. determines the quality of the classification and labelling requirements for coffee and chicory extracts (hereinafter the product). 2. the provisions do not apply to roasted instant coffee (café torrefact the solubl). 3. the product meets the requirements of this regulation controls the food and veterinary service. II. Product Classification requirements 4. Products are classified as follows: 4.1 coffee extract (also the soluble coffee extract, soluble (mixing made fun & fast) coffee)-focused product, the process of extraction from roasted coffee beans for extraction environment using only water and prevent hydrolysis with acid or alkali. Coffee extract contains only the soluble and aromatic constituents of coffee. Coffee extract must contain coffee insoluble oils and other substances that are in the process of extraction is not possible technically separated from coffee extract;
4.2. chicory extract (also the soluble (mixing made fun & fast) chicory), concentrated extract of the product, the process of extraction from roasted chicory, the medium of extraction using only water and prevent hydrolysis with acid or alkali. 5. Chicory extract produced from clean, dried and roasted chicory (Cichorium intybus l.) roots. 6. product trade name is ' coffee extract ', ' soluble coffee extract ', ' soluble coffee (mixing made fun & fast) "," chicory extract ', ' soluble chicory (mixing made fun & fast) ". 7. Coffee and chicory extracts can be dry, paste (paste) or in liquid form. III. Product quality requirements 8. Dry matter content of coffee extract is: 8.1. not less than 95% of the dry weight of coffee extract;
8.2. of 70% to 85% of the weight, if coffee extract is a paste;
8.3. from 15% to 55% by weight if the coffee extract is a liquid. 9. Dry matter content chicory extract are: 9.1. not less than 95% of the dry weight of chicory extract;
9.2. from 70% to 85% of the weight, if the chicory extract paste is;
9.3. from 25% to 55% by weight if the chicory extract in liquid form. 10. Coffee extract dry or paste content only the coffee extraction process. 11. Coffee extract in liquid form may contain roasted and Caramelized sugar, as well as edible sugars. The sugar content of liquid coffee extract is not greater than 12% of the total weight of the product. 12. Chicory extract dry or paste form must contain no more than 1% by weight of substances that are not derived from chicory. 13. Chicory extract in liquid form may contain roasted and Caramelized sugar, sugar and food if its weight does not exceed 35% of the total weight of chicory extract. IV. Labelling requirements 14. This provision referred to in paragraph 6, the product name label for a product that meets the requirements of this regulation. 15. Product name allowed to add the words "mail", "Pasty" or "liquid". 16. Liquid product name adds the word "concentrate", where the dry matter content of the product in question: 16.1 coffee extract is greater than 25% by weight;
16.2. chicory extract is greater than 45% by weight. 17. Coffee extract on the label under the name of the product is clearly visible "To reduce caffeine content" If the caffeine content does not exceed 0.3% of the dry weight content of coffee. 18. This rule 8.3 and 9.3 points in the bottom of the label of the product under the product name is clearly visible, "preserved with ...", "...", "added By ..." or "Roasted with ...", which is mentioned in the use of sugar (s). 19. If the product is a paste or liquid form, the label indicates the minimum coffee or chicory, dry matter content, expressed as a percentage by weight of the finished product. V. concluding questions 20. If the product is produced and labelled before 1 May 2005, the trade allowed the local market until 1 September 2005. 21. the rules shall enter into force on 1 May 2005. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 February 1999, Directive 1999/4/EC, relating to coffee extracts and chicory extracts. Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. rose