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Regulations On The Upper Limit For The Content Of Erucic Acid In The Oil And Fat M. V

Original Language Title: Forskrift om øvre grense for innhold av erukasyre i olje og fett m.v

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Regulations on the upper limit for the content of erucic acid in the oil and grease, etc.

Date of-1993-12-21-1383 Ministry health and Human Services Department Published Avd in 1993 1863 entry into force 01.01.1994 last edited FOR-2004-01-15-234 Change applies to Norway Pursuant law-2003-12-19-124-section 33, law-2003-12-19-124-section 36, FOR-2003-12-19-1790 Announced short title Erukasyreforskriften established by the Ministry of health and social 21. December 1993 under the legal authority of the law of 19. December 2003 No. 124 on food production and food safety, etc. (matloven) section 33 the first paragraph, cf.. section 36 the second paragraph, cf.. the delegation decision of 19. December 2003 No. 1790. Cf. the EEA Agreement-annex II, chap. XII Nr. 12 (Directive 76/621/EEC). Changed 4 april 1995 No. 344, 18 feb 1996 Nr. 191, 15 jan 2004 Nr. 234 (including legal authority).

§ 1. Oil, fats and mixtures of this specific to the direct consumption, as well as compound foodstuffs with added oil, fats or mixtures of these with a total fat content of over 5%, shall not contain more than 5% erucic acid, calculated in from the total fatty acid content in the fat substances.

§ 2. By assessment of whether the requirements provided for in this regulation are not adhered to, then the analysis methods in accordance with annex II of the EEA Agreement part XII Nr. 27 (Kdir 80/891/EEC).

§ 3. Supervision and decision the FSA supervises and don't understand the decision to carry out the provisions given in and in pursuance of this regulation.

§ 4. Exemption the FSA can in special cases, the provisions of this dispense from these regulations, provided that it will not run counter to Norway's international obligations, including the EEA Agreement.

§ 5. Punishment intentionally or negligent violation of this regulation or the regulations and decisions given in pursuance of it, are punishable according to matloven § 28.

section 6. This Regulation shall enter into force at the same time that the EEA Agreement enters into force in Norway.