The Regulation On Organic Aquaculture Production And Labelling Of Organic Akvakulturprodukter

Original Language Title: Forskrift om økologisk akvakulturproduksjon og merking av økologiske akvakulturprodukter

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The regulation on organic aquaculture production and labelling of organic akvakulturprodukter Date-2015-07-07-868 Ministry industry and Fisheries Ministry published in 2015 booklet 9 entry into force 07.07.2015 last edited by-2016-07-12-931 Change FOR-2009-02-02-106 applies to Norway Pursuant law-2003-12-19-124-section 10, law-2003-12-19-124-section 21, law-2003-12-19-124-section 23, FOR-2003-12-19-1790 Announced at 14.07.2015. 14.15.2 Directed 09.12.2015 (§ 53 fourth and fifth paragraph) short title regulations on organic aquaculture production, and more.

Chapter overview: Chapter 1. Introductory provisions (§§ 1-3) Chapter 2. Requirements that apply to all production (§ § 4-11) Chapter 3. Special requirements for the production of seaweed and kelp (§ § 12-17) Chapter 4. Special requirements for the production of akvakulturdyr (§ § 18-40) Chapter 5. Special requirements for the production of processed foods and feed (§ § 41-46) Chapter 6. The collection, packaging, transportation and storage of products (sections 47-52) Chapter 7. Final provisions (§ § 53-59) Appendix 1. Products for cleaning and disinfection at the production of akvakulturdyr and seaweed and kelp Attachment 2. Production system and density for various fish species Appendix 3. The complete funds allowed in organic production Appendix 4. Feed additives allowed in organic production Appendix 5. Additives that can be used in the production of processed organic akvakulturprodukter Appendix 6. Ingredients of agricultural origin which is not organic produced, but allowed to use in the production of processed organic aquaculture ...
Attachment 7. The model for the certificate to be issued to the legal authority established by the business: industry and Fisheries Ministry 7. July 2015 with authorization in law 19. December 2003 No. 124 on food production and food safety, etc. (matloven) § 10, section 21 and section 23 jf. the delegation decision 19. December 2003 No. 1790 Changes: modified by regulation 12 July 2016 Nr. 931. Be changed by regulation 12 July 2016 Nr. 931 (in effect 7 Nov. 2016 and may 7, 2017).
Corrections: 09.12.2015 (§ 53 fourth and fifth paragraph).

Chapter 1. Initial provisions § 1. Purpose the purpose of these regulations is to promote ecological principles related to fish health, fish welfare, environment and consumer considerations. Furthermore, there is a purpose to facilitate that Norwegian products, market access abroad. This is done by determining the national production requirements for organic akvakulturprodukter which means that the regulations that apply for this and other regulations is equivalent to the regulations that apply in the EU countries in accordance with Council Regulation (EC) No. 834/2007 and Commission Regulation (EC) No. 889/2008 as amended by Regulation (EC) No. 710/2009, Regulation (EC) No. 505/2012, Regulation (EC) No. 1030/2013, Regulation (EC) No. 1364/2013 and Regulation (EU) No. 1358/2014.

§ 2. Definitions in this regulation be understood with a) aquaculture sites with closed recycling: a facility where aquaculture takes place in a closed environment on land or on a vessel with water that is recycled, and that depends on the permanent energy supply from outside in order to stabilize the environment for akvakulturdyrene b) akvakulturprodukter: akvakulturdyr, seaweed and kelp, food products processed by these products and feed products for use in the production of akvakulturdyr c) processing : work with conservation and/or processing of organic products, including slaughter and splitting for animal products, as well as the packaging, labeling and changes in the selection with regard to the organic production method d) service-provider: the natural or legal persons who have responsibility for the requirements of this regulation are observed in the ecological business person driver e) business: all production units operated with joint management for the purpose of producing organic akvakulturprodukter f) the animal density : within the framework of aquaculture, animal live weight per cubic meters of water at any point in the tilvekstfasen g) energy from renewable sources: renewable non-fossil energy sources: wind, solar, geothermal energy, wave and tidal energy, hydroelectric power, gas from landfills, gas from wastewater treatment plants and biogasser h) hatchery: a place for breeding, hatching and rearing in the early stages of life in akvakulturdyrs) drugs: products as defined in the medicines Act section 2 j) marking : words, designations, information, trademarks or names, pictures or symbols that apply to a product, and that is inflicted on the packaging, documents, signs, labels, neck labels or collars that follow or that refer to a product k) changeover period: the transition from non-organic to organic business during a given period of time in which the provisions relating to organic production has been used l) polykultur: within the framework of aquaculture and the production of seaweed and kelp , farming or cultivation of two or more species, usually from different trofiske levels, in the same production unit m) production unit: all fixed assets used in a production sector, as production facilities, fishing ponds, inneslutningssystemer of seaweed and kelp or akvakulturdyr, concessions for the coastal or ocean-bottom areas, facilities for the storage of raw materials and the second items that are relevant to this particular production sector n) production cycle: within the framework of aquaculture and the production of seaweed and kelp , the life cycle of a akvakulturdyr or a seaweed or kelp plan tested life-cycle from the first livsstadium to the harvest o) advertising: any presentation to the general public other than through a label where the purpose or the likely impact is to influence and shape attitudes, beliefs and behaviors to directly or indirectly promote the sale of organic products p) big kitchen operations: processing of organic products in restaurants , hospital, in canteens and other similar food companies on the place of sale or delivery to the end consumer q) hatchery: an intermediary in the production system, between hatch and tilvekststadiet. FRY-and ends in the course of the settefiskstadiet production cycle first three part with the exception of species that undergo this r) organic products: products produced in accordance with the requirements for regulations 4. October 2005 Nr. 1103 on organic production of agricultural products and foodstuffs or in accordance with the requirements of this regulation.

§ 3. Scope the regulation applies to activities in every phase of production, sales and distribution of akvakulturprodukter if it in advertising or in the marking of the products are used or to be used as information referring to the organic production method.
The regulation does not apply a) big kitchen business b) activities related to the products that originate from the fishing of wild living species c) sales and distribution in Norway of products manufactured in other countries.

Chapter 2. Requirements that apply to all production section 4. Use of information about organic production in advertising and labelling only if a akvakulturprodukt is produced in accordance with the requirements of this regulation can be used information in advertising or labelling of the product as referring to the organic production method.
A service-provider who believe or suspect that a akvakulturprodukt does not meet the requirements for this regulation, to ensure that immediately any use of the information as mentioned in the first paragraph be removed.
Information as mentioned in the first paragraph may not be used if a) product is manufactured in violation of the operating requirements in other regulations or in law aimed at businesses covered by this regulation b) it is entered in the advertisements for or marking of the products that they contain, consist of or are obtained by using genetically modified organisms.

§ 5. Authentication Businesses who want to drive the activities covered by this regulation must apply control-and supervisory authority for approval. Approval will be given to businesses that meet the forskriftens requirements. Every business with a private enterprise number to be approved separately.
Businesses that sell products directly to the consumer or end user is exempt from the requirement for approval. The exception is still not businesses that a) produces or works on products b) store the products in other places than the POS c) sets out the activities mentioned in the letter a and b to the third party.

The approval decision is for a period that runs until the control-and supervisory authority the next control. The decision will be renewed after the control if the requirements of these regulations are still met. When it comes to the production of clams, to control visits take place before and during the production of maximum biomass. By the production of other akvakulturprodukter to make happen at least once annually. Control of businesses that only driver trade with pre-packaged products can still happen less frequently than once a year.
Authentication or to not be given regodkjenning however, if the business is in violation of the operating requirements in other regulations or in law.
Approved businesses get issued an approval in accordance with Annex 7.
The decision for approval may be withdrawn in whole or in part by significant violations of the provisions of the matloven or this regulation.

section 6. Application for approval the application for approval shall include at least the following information: a) the business name, address and VAT registration number b) setting of your business and the products ' art c) production's location d) date on which the producer ceased to apply products if use is not in accordance with the rules of organic production on the affected areas.

section 7. Operating description business that has applied for approval to create a working description with the following information: a) a complete description of the facilities on land and at sea b) if applicable, the environmental assessment referred to in section 11, third paragraph c)

If applicable, the report from the environmental monitoring which is mentioned in the fourth paragraph of section 11 d) in the case of mollusks, a summary of the special chapter in the plan for sustainable management that is required in accordance with section 36 the second paragraph e) for wild seaweed and kelp a complete operating description and a map of collection areas on the coast and at sea over areas of the country where the business after the collection takes place.

For devices that work on the akvakulturprodukter, the full description mentioned in the first paragraph, LITRA a, enter the facility that is used for the receiving, processing, packaging, labelling and storage of the products. The description shall include the procedures for the transport of the products.
For devices that work on the lining to the description that is mentioned in the first paragraph, LITRA a, include the following information: a) the facility that is used for the reception, preparation and storage of products intended for use as livestock feed, before and after such forms of business b) which facility that is used for the storage of other products that are used in the preparation of livestock feed c) which facility that is used for the storage of cleaning and disinfecting agents d) where it is necessary , a description in accordance with regulation 2. April 2011 No. 360 about labeling and marketing of livestock feed section 2 CF. Regulation (EC) No. 767/2009 article 15 letter a, of the feed mixture as the operators intend to produce, and information about the type species or category feed mixture is calculated on the e) where necessary, the term used for lining the funds the operators intend to prepare.

When it comes to business that is put over to the third party, to the full description of the unit referred to in the first paragraph of the letter a include: a) a list of contractors with the description of their business b) a written agreement from subcontractors that their business will be approved under section 5 c) all specific measures, including among other things, a suitable accounting system, to be taken in the unit to ensure that the products the operations staff brings in revenue , can be traced back to the vendors, merchants, the recipients and the buyers, according to the who.

If the company has several production units in the same area, should also include details operating description about devices that produce non-organic products, and about the storage places for intermediate.
Operating the description to be updated at all times and shall be available for control and supervisory authority.

section 8. Notification of changes to The business operators shall, in good time to report to the control and supervisory authority of any change in the information provided in the approval application cf. § 6 and operating description cf.. section 7.

§ 9. Accounting inventory and financial accounts to be kept in the unit or on the premises so that the operations staff can identify and control-and supervisory authority control: a) the supplier and, if they do not match, the seller of the products b) and the amount of the species ecological products which have been delivered to the device, and possibly of all purchased materials and the use of these, as well as, where appropriate, the composition of the feed blends c) the species and the amount of all organic products that are stored in the premises d) species , the amount, the recipients and, if they do not match, the buyers of any product that has left the device or first recipient's premises or storage facilities s) for operators who do not save or physically handles such organic products, nature and amount of organic products that are bought and sold, and the vendors, and if they do not match, the sellers or the buyers and exporters, and if they are not identical , the recipients.

The financial statements should also include the results of control upon receipt of the products and all the other information that control and supervisory authorities need to be able to lead effective control. The information in the financial statements shall be documented with the relevant vouchers. The financial statements shall show the balance between inputs and production.
If the company has several production units in the same area, to the financial statements also include details such as mentioned in the first and second paragraph about devices that produce non-organic products, and storage places for intermediate.

§ 10. Switching to organic production, the following rules should apply on a business that has started with organic production: a) changeover period shall start at the earliest when the control-and supervisory authority has received business approval application pursuant to section 5 b) under the transformation applies to all the provisions of this regulation in the case of c) different changeover periods for seaweed and kelp and akvakulturdyr, jf. section 13 and section 19 d) in a business or a partial driver organic production and partly in conversion to organic production, the operations staff keep the ecologically produced products separated from those who are under the shift, and keep akvakulturdyrene separated or so that they can easily be separated, and lead suitable to document e of distinction) it is not allowed to translate akvakulturprodukter that is produced during the changeover period mentioned in letter c , as ecological.

section 11. Water fitness and plan for sustainable management Business shall be conducted at places that are not contaminated by products or substances that are not approved for organic production, or of pollutants that can harm the ecological properties.
Organic and non-organic production units shall be sufficiently separated. Such measures should be based on separation the organic production unit's natural surroundings, separate water distribution systems, distances, tidal currents as well as upstream and downstream position relative to the other production units.
It is a claim for an environmental assessment related to the production unit's size for all new business applying for permission to produce organic and that produces more than 20 tons of akvakulturprodukter per year, in order to clarify the production unit and the immediate near environment's condition and the likely impacts of the business. The systems administrator will send environment assessment to supervisory authority. The contents of the environmental assessment should be based on regulation 19. December 2014 Nr. 1758 about impact assessments by sector laws Appendix IV. If the device has already been the subject of a similar assessment, it should be allowed to use it for this purpose.
Provisions relating to environmental monitoring and action by unacceptable environmental condition follows from the akvakulturdriftsforskriften section 35 and section 36. The report on environmental monitoring, prepared in accordance with § 35 akvakulturdriftsforskriften fourth paragraph to be available to control-and supervisory authority.
The business to be able to present a plan for the control and repair of technical equipment.
Operators doing business in aquaculture and seaweed and kelp to use renewable sources of energy and recycle materials and shall, as part of the plan for sustainable management, draw up a waste containment plan to be taken when production begins. Where possible, to the use of the residual heat will be limited to energy from renewable sources. When it comes to the harvest of seaweed and kelp, it should be made a one-time assessment of the biomass before business begins.

Chapter 3. Special requirements for the production of seaweed and kelp section 12. Scope this chapter sets out the special production requirements for the collection and cultivation of seaweed and kelp. It gets the corresponding application for the production of all multicellular marine algae or fytoplankton and microalgae for further use as fodder for akvakulturdyr.

section 13. Changeover period of seaweed and kelp Changeover period for a harvesting fields of seaweed and kelp to be six months.
Changeover period for a unit that cultivate seaweed and kelp, is going to be six months or an entire production cycle if this is longer than six months.

section 14. Sustainable harvest of wild seaweed and kelp Documentation should be kept in the unit or premises so that the operations staff can identify and the supervisory authority can verify that manufacturers exclusively have delivered wildly growing seaweed produced in accordance with this regulation.
Harvest of wild tangplanter and parts of these that grow naturally in the sea is considered an organic production method provided that the grow sites are characterized by high ecological quality as defined in regulation 15. December 2006 Nr. 1446 about frameworks for water management. It must not collected, would that do not meet the edible tangplanter the criteria for class A and B areas as defined in animaliekontrollforskriften.
The harvest shall be conducted in such a way that the quantity harvested, do not have any significant impact on the aquatic environment. Measures should be taken to ensure that the tang-and tareplantene can renew itself in that it applied its own harvesting methods and taking into account the minimum sizes, age, reproductive cycles and the size of the remaining seaweed-and tareplanter.
If the seaweed-and tareplantene are harvested from a shared or common harvesting site, it should be able to be documented that the overall fall is in accordance with the regulations.
When it comes to the requirements for the registration of information on estimates of the crop volumes per season and sources of possible contamination of crop fields, jf. § 17 paragraph, LITRA b and c, to the documentation to show that the management is sustainable, and that harvesting areas do not suffer damage in the long term.

section 15. The cultivation of seaweed and kelp By cultivation of seaweed and kelp to sea it should be used only the nutrients that occur naturally in the environment or which originate from organic production of akvakulturdyr, near at any time as part of a polykultursystem.

Growing the density or to register driftsintensiteten, and water environment's integrity to be maintained by ensuring that the greatest amount of seaweed and kelp that can be produced without negative consequences for the environment, not to be exceeded.
Liner and other equipment to the cultivation of seaweed and kelp to the extent possible, be reused or recycled.

section 16. Grohemmende measures and cleaning of equipment and facilities should be removed with Påvekstorganismer only physical means or by hand, and to the extent possible, be set out in the sea again in a certain distance from your business.
Cleaning of manufacturing equipment and production facilities will only happen by physical or mechanical action. If this is not satisfactory, only the substances listed in annex 1.

§ 17. Production journal for seaweed and kelp The operations staff to record information about seaweed and kelp production in a journal that at any given time will be available in your business premises for the control-and supervisory authority. The register shall contain at least the information about the species, date of harvest as well as the amount of which is innhøstet.
By the collection of wild seaweed and kelp to the journal also include: a) the history of harvesting business for each species in the named field b) estimates of the crop volumes per season c) sources of possible contamination of harvesting field d) sustainable annual yield for each field.

Chapter 4. Special requirements for the production of akvakulturdyr § 18. Scope this chapter sets out the special production requirements for the species of fish, crustaceans, echinoderms and molluscs covered by Schedule 2.
It gets the corresponding application on zooplankton, mikrokrepsdyr, hjuldyr, worms, and other aquatic, which is used as fodder.

§ 19. Changeover period Following changeover periods for akvakulturproduksjonsenheter to apply to the following types of aquaculture sites, akvakulturdyrene including: a) for facilities that cannot be drained, cleaned and disinfected, a changeover period of 24 months b) for facilities that have been emptied or broke, a changeover period of twelve months c) for plant that is emptied, cleaned and disinfected, a changeover period of six months d) for plants in the open sea , including facilities for the cultivation of mussels, a changeover period of three months.

Norwegian food safety authority may decide to approve as part of the changeover period any previous periods where it can be documented that the facility has not been treated or exposed to products that are not approved for organic production.

section 20. The aquatic environmental suitability and plans for the sustainable management of akvakulturdriftsforskriften section 30 that by significant risk of injury or unnecessary stress from predators, algae or jellyfish to the taken measures that ensures a proper fish hold. The protective measures and preventive measures that are hit from predators to the plan for the registres in sustainable management.
Operators that have plants in the vicinity of each other, to coordinate the preparation of their management plans, and this to be documented.
If the production of akvakulturdyr going on in fish ponds, tanks or vannrenner, the farms be equipped with either a natural filter bottoms, bottom fellings pools, biological or mechanical filters for the accumulation of excess of nutrients, or use seaweed and kelp or animals, clams and algae, which helps to improve the quality of the wastewater. The wastewater will be monitored at regular intervals where applicable.

§ 21. At the same time the production of organic and non-organic akvakulturdyr Hatcheries and hatchery can breed both organic and non-organic fiskeyngel in the same business provided that there is a clear physical separation between the units and a separate water distribution system.
It can be powered devices for organic and non-organic production of akvakulturdyr in the same business for tilvekstproduksjon provided that the requirements under section 11 the second paragraph is met. Moreover, the animals in the various devices be in different production phases and management periods.
The operations staff to keep the documentation that shows that the provisions of paragraph here are complied with.

§ 22. Ecological akvakulturdyrs origin it follows from the akvakulturdriftsforskriften section 5 that it is prohibited to use species that are not arising naturally in the area. Bred to take aim at producing stems that are better adapted to farming conditions, and who have good health and taking advantage of feed resources well. Documentation for the animals ' origin and treatment have to be set at the disposal of the supervisory authority.
It should be selected species that can cause significant farmed without damage to the wild populations.
Synthetic polyploide, artificial hybridization, cloning and production of enkjønnede strains, with the exception of sorting by hand, should not be used.

§ 23. Non-organic akvakulturdyrs origin and handling of these If it is not possible to provide ecological akvakulturdyr, it allows for breeding purposes or to improve the genetic material is introduced viltfangede or non-organic akvakulturdyr to a business. Such akvakulturdyr to be held under organic management in at least three months before they can be used for breeding.
With the aim of further breeding and when it is not possible to obtain organic fry of akvakulturdyr, non-organic FRY introduced on business. If so, should at least the last two three parts of the production cycle is managed organically.
The proportion of non-organic fry of akvakulturdyr that can be introduced on the business, shall be at most, 50% per 31. December 2014 and 0% per 31. December 2016.
The collection of wild living fry with the aim of further breeding is very limited to the larvae and juvenile of fish or crustaceans that naturally flows to when ponds, inneslutningssystemer and rat-infested stockades are filled.

Section 23a. Temporary permission to the renewal or return the creation of akvakulturbesetning Food Authority may upon application give temporary permission to the renewal or return the creation of an enterprise akvakulturbesetning with non-organic akvakulturdyr if it is not possible to provide ecological akvakulturdyr. Such permissions can only be granted in cases where there is high mortality among akvakulturdyr and this is due to one or more of the following conditions: a) natural disasters b) adverse weather conditions c) sudden changes of water quality and the amount of, that business is not to blame for d) diseases, failure of or damage to production facilities that business is not to blame for.

Businesses should ensure that ecology at least they followed rules in the last two-thirds of the production cycle.

section 24. The breeding of akvakulturdyr Aquaculture environment for akvakulturdyr shall be so designed that the akvakulturdyrene in accordance with their particular needs: a) have adequate space to get fulfilled their welfare needs b) is held in the water of good quality with a sufficient oxygen content, and c) are held under temperature and light conditions that are in accordance with the needs and taking into account the geographical location d) when it comes to fresh water fish , have access to the bottom conditions that are most similar to natural conditions s) when it comes to karper, have access to a natural soils.

The animal density and aquaculture practices are set out in attachment 2 for species or category groups. By assessment of animal tetthetens and aquaculture activities as it does impact on the welfare of farmed fish to the fish's condition, which is damage, other injuries, weight gain, behavior and General State of health, and the water quality is monitored.
Aquatic inneslutningssystemer are to be designed and constructed so that they provide a flow rate and fysiokjemiske parameters that promote animal health and welfare and satisfy their behavioural needs.
Akvakulturdriftsforskriften § 37 to section 39 provides provisions on the obligation to prevent and limit the escapes, report by escapes and the duty to make return catch after the escaped fish.

§ 25. Aquatic inneslutningssystemer aquaculture sites with closed recycling to the production of akvakulturdyr is prohibited unless there is talk of hatcheries and hatchery or production of species that are used as organic feed organisms.
Fish farms on land shall meet the following criteria: a) in systems with flow should it be possible to monitor and control the flow rate and water quality in both the innstrømmende and the outflowing water b) at least five percent of the perimeter around the plant, the boundary between land and water, to consist of natural vegetation.

Inneslutningssystemer out to sea to: a) a place where will be placed the water flow, depth and replacement of the water mass is sufficient to permit the seabed and the ambient water mass is affected the least possible b) have appropriate design, construction and maintenance with respect to exposure to the operating environment.

Artificial heating or cooling of water should only be allowed in hatcheries and hatchery. Natural ground water from the drill holes can be used to heat up or cool down the water on all production stages.

§ 26. The management of akvakulturdyr Akvakulturdyrene should be handled at least possible and as gentle as possible, and appropriate equipment and routines should be used to prevent stress and physical damage as a result of the handling. Spawning populations should be handled so that the physical damage and stress is reduced to a minimum, and if necessary sedated. Sorting should be restricted to a minimum or be made as needed to ensure the fish's welfare.
The following limitations apply to the use of artificial lighting: a) to extend the natural daylight can it for the sake of the farmed animal Ethological needs and health status as well as the geographical conditions not used artificial light for more than 16 hours per day, except for reproductive purposes b)

sudden changes in light intensity should be avoided by the transition from light to dark through the use of a light absorber or background lighting.

Aeration of the water is allowed to ensure animal welfare and health, provided that it applies mechanical luftere that preferably powered by renewable energy sources. Such airing in akvakulturjournalen.
If it is necessary due to the animals ' health or in critical production periods and during transport, it is allowed to use oxygen in the following cases: a) in exceptional cases, by temperature rise or at the drop in the atmospheric pressure or accidental pollution b) by occasional procedures for handling such as sampling and sorting c) to ensure that the farmed population survives.

Provisions on the killing of fish by akvakulturdriftsforskriften § 34 and regulation 30. October 2006 Nr. 1250 about slaughterhouses and tilvirkings facilities for fish section 14.
It should be kept for documentation activities after the fourth paragraph.

§ 27. Ban on the use of hormones, certain substances and genetically modified organisms the use of hormones, hormone derivatives, growth enhancing substances and synthetic amino acids is prohibited.
Genetically modified organisms and products made of or with genetically modified organisms should not be used in organic production, with the exception of veterinary preparations.

section 28. Products and substances allowed in organic aquaculture production Feed funds of animal and mineral origin can be used in organic aquaculture only if they are listed in Appendix 3.
Additives in livestock feed, certain products that are used in livestock feed and technical auxiliaries can be used if they are listed in annex 4 and comply with the limitations set out there.

section 29. General rules for feed for fish, crustaceans and echinoderms By drafting of feed plans should the following priority: a) the animal health b) high product quality, also when it comes to nutritional composition, to ensure that the end product for consumption are of high quality c) small impact on the environment.

section 30. Especially the rules for feed to meat-eating akvakulturdyr For feed to meat-eating akvakulturdyr to the following priority: a) organic feed products from aquaculture production b) fish meal and fish oil from offal from organic aquaculture c) fish meal and fish oil and ingredients from fish from the trimmings from the fish already caught for consumption in sustainable fisheries d) organic feed funds of vegetable or animal origin e) feed products, originating from whole fish from sustainable fisheries , which is certified according to the arrangements which will be recognised by the Norwegian food safety authority.

Day's ration can consist of at most 60% organic plant products.
Astaksantin made primarily from organic sources, eg. shell from ecological crustaceans, can be used in the feed ration to the salmon and trout within the limits of their physiological needs. If the organic sources are not available, the natural sources of astaksantin, such as phaffia yeast-, is used.
Histidine, which obtained by fermentation, can be applied in feed rations to salmon fish when the listed feed products in the first paragraph does not contain adequate amounts of Histidine to fulfill the fish's nutritional needs and help prevent cataracts.

section 31. Especially the rules for feed to certain akvakulturdyr Akvakulturdyrene mentioned in Schedule 2 paragraph 1.4 should be fed with feed that are naturally found in ponds and lakes.
If the natural feed resources do not exist in sufficient quantities as mentioned in the first paragraph can organic feed of vegetable origin, any time should be grown on the farm, or seaweed and kelp are used. Operators shall keep documentation that underpins the need to use additional fodder.

section 32. Special rules for feed to organic FRY By larveoppdrett of organic fry can conventional fytoplankton and zooplankton is used as feed.

section 33. Growth area for molluscs farming clams can occur in the same water area where it also produced organic beinfisk and seaweed and kelp in a polykultursystem to be documented in the plan for sustainable management. Clams can also be produced together with snails, eg. large strands nails, in polykultur.
Organic production of clams shall be conducted within the areas bounded by bars, bends, or other clear markers and shall, depending on what is appropriate, take place in notposer, cage or other artificial structures.
Organic seafood plants to reduce the risk of damage to the grade II listed species to a minimum. If it used the protection from predators online, should these be designed so that they are not to the detriment of diving birds.

section 34. The acquisition of FRY to the soft animal production if there is no significant damage to the environment occurs and it is allowed by your local laws, it may be applied will FRY from outside the production limits of the device provided that the clams coming from: a) made redundant banks or banks that have small chances to survive the winter, or b) juveniles that have attached themselves naturally in the collectors.
It shall be recorded how, where and when the wild living FRY was collected to enable tracing to the collection site.
FRY from non-organic hatcheries for clams can still be introduced on ecological production units up to the following maximum percentages: 50% per 31. December 2014 and 0% per 31. December 2016.
For oysters of the genus Crassostrea should preferably be applied strains that are selectively bred, to reduce the possibility that the animals spawns in natural environment.

section 35. Management by soft animal production Animal density should not exceed the animal density that applies to the production of non-organic shellfish on the spot. Sorting, decimation and adjustments of the animal density is going to happen based on the biomass and to ensure the animals ' welfare and high product quality.
Påvekstorganismer to be removed with physical methods or by hand, and to the extent possible, be set out in the sea again in a certain distance from the shells farm. Shellfish can be treated once during the production cycle with a lime solution to combat the competitive påvekstorganismer.

section 36. Cultivation rules for soft animal production Cultivation on the liner and other methods mentioned in Schedule 2 paragraph 1.5 is allowed in organic production.
The cultivation of clams in bottom culture is allowed only if the environment in the collection and growing areas not affected significantly. Such minimal environmental effect should be documented by means of a survey of and report on the operating range that the operators shall submit to the supervisory authority. The report should be included as a separate chapter in the plan for sustainable management.

section 37. Special rules for growing oysters That are allowed to grow in the notposer on the tripod. These and other structures used for the breeding of oysters, should be designed so that they do not form an unbroken barrier along the coast. The stock should be placed carefully in the tidal zone to optimize production. Production should meet the criteria listed in annex 2, paragraph 1.5.

section 38. General rules on disease prevention provisions on health control of brood stock and fish for food provided by akvakulturdriftsforskriften § 50 and section 62. Provisions on health control of clams follows from the akvakulturdriftsforskriften section 13 and section 14.
Inneslutningssystemer, equipment and utensils should be cleaned and disinfected in the appropriate manner. Only products listed in annex 1 may be used.
Akvakulturdriftsforskriften section 11, section 36, section 40, section 41 and section 44 gives provisions on abandonment.
If applicable, to fish feed remnants, excrement and dead animals be removed immediately to avoid the risk of significant environmental damage with regard to water quality, reduce the risk of disease to a minimum and avoid that the insects and rodents are attracted.
Ultraviolet light and ozone can be used only in hatcheries and hatchery.
For biological control of ectoparasites it should preferably be used lip fish and fresh water, salt water and sodium chloride solutions.

§ 39. Veterinary treatment should be treated for Illness immediately to avoid that the animals suffer. Chemical allopatiske 2003, veterinary preparations, including antibiotics, can be used when needed and on strict conditions, when fytoterapeutiske, homeopathic or other products are unsuitable to attend to the animals ' health and welfare.
In the event of a health problem despite the preventive measures to ensure animal health veterinary treatment can be used in the following priority order: a) substances from plants, animals or minerals in a homeopathic dilution b) plants and plant extracts that have anesthetic effect, and c) substances such as trace elements, metals, natural substances that stimulate the immune system or approved the probiotics.

The use of allopatiske treatments are limited to two treatments per year, with the exception of vaccinations, and mandatory extermination plans. If the production cycle is shorter than one year, however, is only one allopatisk treatment allowed. If the above mentioned limits for allopatiske treatments is exceeded, the affected akvakulturprodukter not be sold as organic products. Tilbakeholdingstiden for veterinary treatment and allopatisk parasite treatment, including treatment within the framework of mandatory control schemes and extermination plans, should be twice as long as the tilbakeholdingstiden laid down for the product. If it is not set out some tilbakeholdtid for the product, it should be 48 hours.
The use of parasite treatments beyond the mandatory control schemes that the FSA is responsible for, shall be limited to twice a year, or once per year if the production cycle is shorter than 18 months.
The use of veterinary preparations will be entered to the supervisory authority before the animals are marketed as organic. The managed population should be clearly identifiable.

section 40. Production journal for akvakulturdyr Akvakulturdriftsforskriftens section 41 and section 42 provides provisions about the journal on the site level and at the production unit level.
In addition to the systems administrator lead journal with the following information: a) changeover period for animals arriving business b) when it comes to carp and related species; documentation that underpins the need to apply additional fodder.

The information in pursuance of journaled akvakulturdriftsforskriften jf. the first paragraph and pursuant to the second paragraph to be at any given time will be available in your business premises for the control-and supervisory authority.

Chapter 5. Special requirements for the production of processed food and feed section 41. General rules for the production of processed food and feed additives, technical auxiliaries and ingredients used for food processing or feed, and processing method, if any, are used, eg. smoking, shall comply with the principles of good production practices.
Operations staff that produces the feed or foodstuffs, shall establish and maintain appropriate procedures based on a systematic identification of critical processing steps.
The application of the procedures mentioned in the second paragraph shall at all times ensure that made processed products comply with the rules for organic production.
Operations staff to comply with and carry out the procedures referred to in the second paragraph. Especially to operators: a) hit the preventative measures to avoid the risk of contamination from substances or products that are not approved b) carry out suitable cleaning measures, check to see if they have been effective, and document the measures c) ensure that the non-organic products not be brought in revenue with information on an organic production method.

Beyond the provisions laid down in the second and fourth paragraph to the operators when the also non-organic products be processed or stored in the affected production unit: a) perform continuous business to the series of actions have been completed, physical or temporally separated from similar actions carried out in connection with non-organic products b) keep organic products, before and after the said measures, separated either physical or temporal from non-organic products c) under the correct control and supervisory authority about this and give it access to an up-to-date journal of all the measures and processed quantities d necessary measures) meet to ensure that the parties can be identified and to avoid that they blend together with non-organic products e) deal with organic products only after appropriate cleaning of production equipment.

§ 42. General rules for the production of processed food products Production of processed organic food shall be kept separate in time or space from production of processed non-organic foods.
The following conditions should apply on the composition of organic processed food: a) the product will be mainly be of the ingredients of akvakulturopprinnelse. When it should be determined whether a product is mainly made of ingredients of akvakulturopprinnelse, it should not be taken into account with added water and iodized table salt b) only additives, technical additives, aromas, water, salt, preparations of microorganisms and enzymes, minerals, trace elements, vitamins and amino acids and other micronutrients in foods for special nutritional needs, can be used, and only to the extent they are approved for use in organic production in accordance with this regulation , jf. Appendix 5 c) minerals, including trace elements, vitamins, amino acids and micronutrients is only permitted if it is mandated by law that they are to be applied in the relevant foodstuffs d) only substances and products according to regulation § 1 aroma cf. Regulation (EC) No. 1334/2008 article 3 No. 2 letter c and d, article 15 letter a and article 16 can be used e) non-organic agricultural ingredients may be used only if they are approved for use in organic production by this regulation, cf. Appendix 6 f) an organic ingredient shall not occur together with the same ingredient in non-organic form or an ingredient of products during the shift.

Substances and techniques that replicate the properties lost during processing and storage of organic food, dishes up the consequences of careless processing of these products or otherwise can be misleading with respect to the products ' real art, should not be used.

section 43. General rules for the production of processed feed production of processed organic feed shall be kept separate in time or space from production of processed non-organic feed.
Organic feed funds or feed funds from production under the shift, shall not form part of the organic feed product together with the corresponding feed assets that are produced by non-organic methods.
Feed used or processed in organic production shall not be processed with chemical solvents made.
The use of additives in livestock feed and technical auxiliaries should be restricted the most and is used only if there are significant technical or special nutritional needs.

§ 44. Accounting by the production of processed feed For it to be able to be made a satisfactory control of the business, the financial statements referred to in section 9 include information on additives of both drugs and feed origin, detailed art and the amount of, and about the sale of the finished products.

§ 45. Especially about the labeling of or advertising for organic feed products Information referring to the organic production method may only be used in advertising or labelling of processed feed products if all of the ingredients in the product of vegetable or animal origin is from organic production and at least 95 percent of the feed product solids consist of organic products.
By the selection of processed feed products to information referring to the organic production method be separated from the information mentioned in regulation 2. April 2011 No. 360 about labeling and marketing of livestock feed section 2 CF. Regulation (EC) No. 767/2009 article 11 no. 2, and articles 14 to 22.

section 46. Specific provisions about the seaweed and kelp If the end product is fresh seaweed and kelp, the fresh høstede the seaweed and kelp flushed with sea water. If the end product is dried seaweed and kelp, also fresh water used to rinse. Salt can be used to remove the moisture.
For drying, it is forbidden to use an open flame that comes in direct contact with the seaweed and kelp. If used rope or other equipment in the drying process, they shall be free of grohemmende funds and cleaning and desinfiseringsmidler, except for funds that are listed in annex 1 to this end.

Chapter 6. The collection, packaging, transport and storage of the products section 47. The collection of products and transport to the cooking devices The operations staff can make at the same time the collection of organic and non-organic products only if the appropriate measures to avoid any confusion of organic and non-organic products, and to ensure that the organic products can be identified.
The operators shall ensure that the information about collection days and times, transport route as well as the dates and times of receipt of the products are available to the supervisory authority.

section 48. Packaging and transport of products to other operators or devices The operations staff to ensure that organic products are transported to other units, including wholesalers and retailers, only in appropriate packaging, containers or vehicles closed in such a way that the contents cannot be replaced without the seal is changed or destroyed, and that is provided with the marking that, without prejudice to any other statutory information , specifies: a) name and address of the operations staff and, if they are not identical, to the owner or seller of the product b) item designation or a description of the feed mix, followed by a reference to the organic production method c) name or code number on the control and supervisory authority d) any party's identification mark which makes it possible to link the party to the accounts referred to in section 9.

The information mentioned in the first paragraph, LITRA a to d can also be stated in a cover document if such a document uniquely can be attached to the packaging, the container or the vehicle that the product is in. This document to contain information to follow about the vendor or carrier.
The closing of the packaging, containers or vehicles is not required when: a) the transport takes place directly between a service provider and a second service-provider which are both subject to the ecological control scheme, and b) products be accompanied by a document that contains the information required in accordance with the first paragraph, and c) both the sender and recipient to lead records of such transport and set them available for control and supervisory authority.

section 49. Special rules for the transport of feed to other production, cooking devices or storage locations in addition to the provisions of section 48 to operators by the transport of products to other production/preparation units or storage, places to make sure that the following conditions are met: a) during transport must organic produced feed, changeover feed and non-organic feed is held effectively physically separated from each other b) finished organic feed will be transported physically or temporally separated from other finished products c) during transport to the amount of products at the start and each individual quantity delivered in the course of a delivery round, be registered.

Vehicles and containers which have transported non-organic products, can be used to transport the organic products provided that: a) it is made suitable cleaning, which is also controlled, before the transport of organic products starts; the systems administrator will be documenting these measures b) the operations staff ensures that all appropriate measures are implemented, depending on the risks that were considered in accordance with section 41 and provides necessary for non-organic products not be brought in revenue with a reference to organic production c) the operations staff leads a journal of such transport and POPs it available for control and supervisory authority.

§ 50. The transport of live fish live fish shall be transported in suitable tanks with clean water to meet their physiological needs with regard to temperature and dissolved oxygen.
Before organic fish and fish products can be transported, the mind be thoroughly cleaned, disinfected and rinsed.
It should meet precautions to reduce stress. During transport must not be expensive as high density that it is harmful to the species.
The business shall keep documentation showing that the requirements of this paragraph are met.

§ 51. Reception of products from other units and other operators upon receipt of an organic product to the systems administrator verify that the packaging or container is closed when this is required, and that the information mentioned in section 48.
The operations staff to check the information contained in the marking mentioned in section 48 against the information in the following documents. The result of this control should be set explicitly in the accounts referred to in section 9.

§ 52. Storage of products Places used for the storage of products, should be managed in a way that ensures that the parties can be identified and that any confusion with or contamination from products and substances that are not in accordance with the rules of organic production, can be avoided. Organic products should be clearly identifiable at any time.
When it comes to production units for the organic production of seaweed and kelp and akvakulturdyr, it is forbidden to store other items in the effort the production unit than those allowed in accordance with this regulation.
Storage of allopatiske veterinary preparations and antibiotics are allowed on the business provided they are prescribed by a veterinarian in conjunction with the treatments mentioned in section 39 the second paragraph, that they be kept in a place under supervision, and that they are brought into the production journal for akvakulturdyr mentioned in section 40.
If a service-provider handles both non-organic products and organic products and the latter are stored in storage facilities where also other agricultural products are stored, akvakulturprodukter or food products: a) to the organic products be kept separate from the other agricultural products, akvakulturprodukter and foods b) all necessary measures should be taken to ensure that the parties can be identified, and that the confusion or confusion with non-organic products be avoided c) should it be made suitable cleaning , which is also controlled, before the transport of organic products starts; operations staff should document these measures.

Chapter 7. Closing provisions section 53. Fee businesses that are approved for organic aquaculture production, jf. section 5, shall pay the fee for the control.
Akvakulturvirksomheter pay because fee of NOK 3009 per year. In addition, they pay the following fees: a) $ 995 per hour for the conduct of inspection b) $ 995 per hour for case management c) analysis fee to selvkost for the analysis of products or in the production d) fee equivalent to the State's rates for expenses for travel, diet and in connection with the inspection.

Businesses that operate with other than primary production pay the following base fee per year: a) us $ 6280 for businesses that prepare, including packages, select or refines, organic agricultural products or foodstuffs b) $ 1565 for businesses that save or convert organic agricultural products or foodstuffs.

By Association for 1. September pay businesses mentioned in the third paragraph half a fee for yearly participation in the control scheme.
Businesses mentioned in the third paragraph, pay the following fee: a) $ 4715 for businesses that want the inspection at short notice with completion within 12 weeks b) $ 3930 if the businesses cancel an inspection less than a week before the agreed time, or do not show up at the appointed inspection, unless it can be documented valid reasons for the cancellation or default.

For fees that are not paid in due time be paid interest in accordance with the law 17. December 1976 No. 100 about interest rates by late payments, and more. It can also be ordered reminder fee. Fee is enforceable for disbursements.

§ 54. 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. Norwegian food safety authority can also make individual decisions according to the matloven section 24 to section 26.
Norwegian food safety authority can delegate decision-making and supervisory authority to other public or private bodies with the exception of the authority under section 19 the second paragraph. In such cases, the FSA complaint authority.

section 55. Relationship to other regulations of the provisions of this Regulation apply to conditions that are regulated also in other regulations, including in the akvakulturdriftsforskriften. Provisions of the regulations that apply to conditions that are regulated in other regulations, is to be regarded as information provision, unless they set additional requirements to or more stringent than the requirements imposed by other regulations.

section 56. 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.

§ 57. Punishment intentionally or negligent violation of this regulation or individual decisions given in pursuance of it, are punishable according to the Law 19. December 2003 No. 124 on food production and food safety, etc. (matloven) section 28.

section 58. Entry into force these regulations shall enter into force immediately. From the same time repealed regulations 2. February 2009 No. 106 about the recognition of the standards for the certification of organic aquaculture production.

section 59. Transitional businesses on the effective time of the regulations is certified by Debio according to Debios standard rules for organic aquaculture of March 2013, is to be regarded as approved by this regulation.
Businesses that before this regulation came into force has paid the fee for 2015 after Debios default rules for organic aquaculture of March 2013, shall not pay the new fee for 2015 by this regulation.

Appendix 1. Products for cleaning and disinfection at the production of akvakulturdyr and seaweed and kelp 1.1.
Substances for cleaning and disinfection of equipment and facilities where there are no akvakulturdyr:-ozone-sodium hypochlorite-kalsiumhypokloritt-calcium hydroxide-calcium oxide-caustic soda-alcohol-copper sulphate: only until 31. December 2015-potassium permanganate-tefrøkake of natural kameliafrø (should only be used in shrimp production)-mixtures of kaliumperoksymonosulfat and sodium chloride, which produces hypoklorsyre 1.2.
Limited list of substances that can be used where there is akvakulturdyr:-limestone (calcium carbonate) to pH-control-dolomite to correction of the pH (should only be used in shrimp production)-sodium chloride-hydrogen peroxide-natriumperoksykarbonat-organic acids (acetic acid, lactic acid, citric acid)-humussyre-peroksyeddiksyrer-pereddiksyre and peroktansyre-jodoforer (only in the vicinity of the egg).

Appendix 2. Production system and density for various fish species Paragraph 1.1 organic production of salmonids in fresh water: sea trout (Salmo trutta)-rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), Brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) — Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) — Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) production system Systems for food fish plant to get the supply of water from open systems. Flow rate must ensure an oxygen saturation of at least 60% of the population and ensure its well-being and that the wastewater from the cattery will be removed.

The highest animal density Salmon 20 kg/m ³ sea trout and rainbow trout 25 kg/m ³ Arctic char 25 kg/m ³ Paragraph 1.2 organic production of salmonids in sea water: salmon (Salmo salar), sea trout (Salmo trutta)-rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) the highest animal density 10 kg/m ³ in cages Paragraph 1.3 organic production of cod (Gadus morhua) and other cod fish: production system in inneslutningssystemer in open sea (cages) with sufficient flow rate to that the fish be secured the best possible welfare , or in the open systems on land.

The highest animal density 15 kg/m ³ Paragraph 1.4 organic production of fish in inland water: Affected species: Cyprinidae (Cyprinidae) and other related species within the framework of polykultur, including the perch and walleye.

The production system in the fish ponds that periodically to be cleared completely, and in the Lakes. Lakes must be used exclusively to organic production, including the cultivation of crops in dry areas.
The capture area to have an inlet with clean water and be of a size that ensures the fish the greatest possible well-being. The fish should be kept in clean water after harvest.
Treatment with synthetic chemicals for the control of hydrofytter and plant growth in the production water is prohibited.
Areas of natural vegetation to be maintained around devices in inland water as a buffer zone against external lands not included in the growing business, in accordance with the rules for organic aquaculture.
By growth in "polykultur", all the criteria set out in these specifications for the other species of Lake fish are observed.


The overall production is limited to 1 500 kg of fish (all species) per hectare per year.

Paragraph 1.5 mollusks and echinoderms: production systems Langliner, rafts, bottom culture, notposer, cage, tray, lanternenett, vertical stakes and other inneslutningssystemer.
By farming of mollusks on the rafts to it most be one drool rep per square metre surface area. Drool rep should not be longer than 20 metres. Drool rep should not be diluted out over the course of the production cycle, but they can be divided up provided that the original animal density not be increased.

Appendix 3. The complete funds allowed in organic production 1. Feed means of mineral origin A Calcareous shells of marine shells A Kullsur algekalk (Maerl) A Lit hot hamn ion A Kalsiumglukonat A calcium carbonate A Magnesium oxide (water-free magnesium) A Magnesium sulphate Magnesium chloride magnesium carbonate A A A Defluorinert phosphate to Calcium magnesium phosphate A Magnesium phosphate A Mononatriumfosfat A Calcium sodium phosphate A sodium chloride A Natriumhydrogenkarbonat A sodium carbonate A Sodium sulphate A Kaliumklorid 2. Other feed means the fermentation (bi) products from micro-organisms where cells are inactivated or killed: A Saccharomyces cerevisiae Saccharomyces carlsbergiensis A Appendix 4. Feed additives allowed in organic production 1. Technological additives a) preservatives ID number or functional groups Drug description, terms of E 200 Sorbinsyre E 236 formic acid E 237 Natriumformiat E 260 acetic acid E 270 lactic acid E 280 Propionic E 330 citric acid b) Antioxidants ID number or functional groups Drug description, terms of 1b 306 (in) Tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils 1b 306 (ii) Tokoferolrike extracts from vegetable oils (delta rich) c) Emulgeringsmidler , stabilizing agents, fortykningsmidler and geleringsmidler ID number or functional groups Drug description, terms of E if Only 322 Lecitin comes from organic ingredients only to use as fodder for akvakulturdyr d) binders and antiklumpemidler ID number or functional groups Drug description, terms of E 535 Natriumferrocyanid Highest content: 20 mg/kg NaCl (calculated as the ferrocyanid anion) E 551b Colloidal Silicon oxide E 551c diatomaceous earth (diatoméjord , cleaner) 1m558i Bentonite E 559 kaolin clay, asbestos free E 560 Natural mix of steatitt and chlorite E 561 Vermiculite E 562 Sepiolitt E Natrolitt fonolitt 1g568 566-Klinoptilolitt of sedimentary origin E 599 Perlite e) Ensilasjetilsetningsstoffer ID-number or functional groups Drug description, terms of use 1 k of enzymes and micro-organisms Use limited to the production of silage when weather conditions do not allow a sufficient fermentation.

2. Sensory additives ID number or functional groups Drug description, terms of 2b Aroma substances Only extracts from agricultural products 3. Nutritional additives a) vitamins, provitaminer and chemically well-defined substances that have similar effect ID number or functional groups Drug description, terms of 3a vitamins and provitaminer derived from agricultural products.
-If they are derived synthetic, only those that are identical with vitamins derived from agricultural products, used for animals with one stomach and akvakulturdyr.
-If they are derived synthetic, only vitamin A, D, and E that are identical with vitamins derived from agricultural products, used for ruminants, after prior approval from the Member State based on an assessment of the possibilities for organic ruminants to get the necessary amounts of these vitamins through their feed rations b) trace ID number or functional groups Drug description, terms of E1 Iron iron oxide iron (II) carbonate ferrous sulphate heptahydrat, ferrous sulphate, monohydrate potassium iodide, 3b201 3b202 Kalsiumjodat water 3b203 Water kalsiumjodat free free, and 3b301 coatet granulated Cobalt (II) acetate-tetrahydrat 3b302 Cobalt (II) carbonate 3b303 Cobalt (II) carbonate-hydroxide (2:3)-monohydrate 3b304 Coated, granular cobalt (II) carbonate 3b305 Cobalt (II) sulphate-heptahydrat E4 Copper Alkaline kobberkarbonat, monohydrate Copper oxide copper sulphate, 3b409 kopperklorid pentahydrat Di-trihydroksid (TBCC) E5 Manganese Manganoksid Mangansulfat, monohydrate E6 Zinc zinc oxide Zinc sulphate, monohydrate Zinc sulfate , heptahydrat 3b609 Zinc-chloride hydroxide-monohydrate (TBZC) E7 Molybdenum Natriummolybdat E8 Selenium Natriumselenitt ele 3b810 Natriums nat, 3b811, 3b812, 3b813 and 3b817 Selenberiket, inactivated yeast 4. Zootekniske additives ID number or functional groups Drug description, terms of 4a, 4b, 4 c and 4 d Enzymes and micro-organisms in the category of "zootekniske additives" Appendix 5. Additives that can be used in the production of processed organic akvakulturprodukter part A-additives, including carry substances additives that are marked with an asterisk in the column for the code number, are considered as ingredients of agricultural origin.

Code Designation manufacture of foodstuffs of Special criteria Vegetable origin animal origin E 170 calcium carbonate X X shall not be used for dyeing or the addition of calcium in products E 270 lactic acid X X 290 X X E carbon dioxide E 296 Malic acid Ascorbic acid E 300 X X X meat products E 306 * Tokoferolrikt extract X X Antioxidant in fats E 325 Natriumlaktat X Melkebaserte products and meat products E 330 citric acid X 331 X E Natriumsitrater E Kalsiumsitrater E 333 X 334 (tartaric acid L (+)-) X 335 X E Natriumtartrat E Kaliumtartrat E 336 X 406 Agar X X Melkebaserte products and meat products E 410 Locust E * X X * X X 412 Guarkjernemel E 414 * Arabic rubber X X 415 X X E Xantangummi E Kaliumkarbonat E 503 501 X Ammoniumkarbonat X magnesium carbonate E 504 X E 516 Calcium sulphate X Carry substances E 551 silicon dioxide X Antiklumpemiddel for herbs and spices E 938 Argon X X X X E 939 Helium E 941 Nitrogen X
X X X E 948 Oxygen part B-technical auxiliaries, additives and other products that can be used for processing of organically produced ingredients of agricultural origin Designation manufacture of foodstuffs of vegetable origin manufacture of food products of animal origin Particular conditions Water X X drinking water according the regulations drinking water Calcium chloride (E509) X Koaguleringsmiddel calcium hydroxide (E526) X Calcium sulfate (E516) X Koaguleringsmiddel Magnesium chloride (or nigari) (E511) X Koaguleringsmiddel citric acid (E330) X X to the regulation of the pH-value in the salt bed sheets that are used in the production of cheese production oil from the hydrolysis of starch and Ammoniumhydroksid (E527) X production of hydrogen peroxide production of gelatin X gelatin carbon dioxide X X Nitrogen (E941) X X X X Ethanol Solvent Eggalbumin X X X Casein Gelatin Fish paste X X X vegetable oil lubricant, release agent or skumdempende means Active carbon (E153) X Talc (E553b) X in accordance with the specific purity criteria for the additive E 553b Celluose (E460) X X production of gelatin diatomaceous earth (E551) X X production of gelatin Perlite X X production of gelatin Hazel shells X rice flour X beeswax (E901) X Drop means carnauba wax (E903) X Drop means Appendix 6. Ingredients of agricultural origin which is not organic produced, but allowed to use in the production of processed organic akvakulturprodukter 1.
Unworked plant products and derivative products produced by processes 1.1 Edible fruits, nuts and seeds-acorns Quercus spp.

-kola nut Cola acuminata-gooseberry Ribes uva-crisps-passion fruit-Passiflora edulis raspberries (dried) Rubus idaeus-rødrips (dried) Ribes rubrum 1.2 Edible spices and herbs-Peruvian pepper Schinus molle l.

-horseradish Armoracia rusticana seeds-Alpinia galanga Carthamus tinctorius officinarum-saflor-watercress Nasturtium officinale 1.3 Miscellaneous seaweed and kelp are allowed in the preparation of non-organic foods.

2. Plant products 2.1 fatty, too refined, but not chemically modified, portrayed by other plants than-cocoa Theobroma cacao-coconut Cocos nucifera-olive Olea europaea-sunflower Helianthus annuus-Palm Elaeis guineensis-canola Brassica napus, Carthamus tinctorius rapa-saflortistel-Sesame Sesamum indicum-soybean Glycine max 2.2 sugar, starches and other products from cereals and root tubers-fructose-rice paper-thin unleavened bread-rice starch and starch of waxy corn that is not chemically modified.

2.3 Miscellaneous-pea protein Pisum spp.

-rooms, exclusively produced from sugar cane juice-cherry liquor made of the fruit and aromas that are mentioned in article 27 No. 1 letter c).

3. Animal products Water organisms that did not originate from aquaculture, and permitted in conventional food processing-gelatin-mysepulver "herasuola" bowels.

Attachment 7. The model for the certificate to be issued to the business of reading attachments 7 see here:

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