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Regulations On The List Of Undesirable Substances That Are Covered By The Food Act

Original Language Title: Forskrift om fortegnelse over fremmedstoffer som omfattes av matloven

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Regulations on the list of undesirable substances that are covered by the Food Act.

Date FOR 2001-03-28-357

Ministry of Industry and Ministry of Fisheries, Ministry of Health, Agriculture and Food

Published in 2001 Booklet 4

Commencement 03/28/2001

FOR 2012-05-30-514




LOV-2003-12-19-124-§9, LAW-2003-12-19-124-§16 FOR-2003-12-19-1790


Short Title
Regulation on contaminants in the Food Act

Adopted of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs, the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture on 28 March 2001 pursuant to Law 19 December 2003 no. 124 of food production and food safety. (Food Act) § 9, second paragraph and § 16 subsection. Delegated Decision of 19 December 2003 no. 1790.
EEA referrals EEA Agreement Annex I (Directive 96/22 / EC and Directive 96/23 / EC ), ref. Annex II chap. XIII. 12 (Regulation (EC) no. 470/2009) and no. 13 (Regulation (EC) no. 37/2010).
Changes: Amended by regulations 9 January 2004 no. 91, May 30, 2012 No.. 514.

§ 1. List of contaminants Food Act applies to the following prohibited substances:
Beta agonists
Resorsylsyre lactones (including zeranol)
Substances androgen progestin or estrogen effect
Stilbener, stilbenderivater and salts and esters
Aristolochia spp. and preparations of such
Colchicine Dapsone

Dimetridazol Chloramphenicol
Nitrofurans ( including furazolidone)

Ronidazol Fabrics with missing limit for residues, cf. Regulation May 30, 2012 No.. 512 to limit values ​​for drug residues in foods of animal origin, Regulation (EC) no. 470/2009 and Regulation (EU) no. 37/2010.
Food Act also applies to substances specified in Directive 96/23 / EC Annex I group B.

§ 2. Commencement These regulations enter into force immediately.