Rs 817.022.106 Order From Dfi Of 23 November 2005 On Edible Fungi And Yeast

Original Language Title: RS 817.022.106 Ordonnance du DFI du 23 novembre 2005 sur les champignons comestibles et la levure

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817.022.106 order of the DFI on edible fungi and yeast on November 23, 2005 (status as of January 1, 2012) the federal Department of the Interior (DFI), the art. 4, al. 2, 26, al. 2 and 5 and 27, al. 3, of the Ordinance of 23 November 2005 on foodstuffs and customary objects (ODAlOUs), stop: Chapter 1 purpose and scope of application article 1. this order specifies the following food commodities and fixed as well as labelling requirements relating thereto: a. edible mushrooms; b. the yeast.

Chapter 2 mushrooms edible Section 1 Definitions and General requirements art. 2. edible mushrooms are edible fruiting bodies of higher fungi species that lend themselves to food, necessary after adequate treatment.
Edible mushrooms can be conserved by one of the following processes: a. freezing; b. pasteurization; c. sterilization; d. immersion in a liquid or a solution; e; drying f fermentation; g. conservation of short-lived fermentative lactic (fermented mushrooms); h. any other method to prolong the shelf life. are reserved the provisions applying processes subject to authorization under art. 20 ODAlOUs.

Processed edible mushrooms are foodstuffs obtained from edible mushrooms fresh or conserved rendered, processed in the form of pellets, powder, paste, mass to garnish, extract or concentrate and delivered to the consumer or in the form of food ready to be cooked.
Intended to be delivered to the consumer edible mushrooms must have reached a sufficient stage of growth and maturity to be able to be easily identified.

Section 2 list positive s. 3 only mushrooms listed in annex 1 are admitted as edible mushrooms.

Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on March 7, 2008, with effect from April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

Section 3 requirements special s. 4 fresh mushrooms mushrooms fresh must have the smell and the characteristic flavor of their species; they must be clean and loads of water.
Edible mushrooms are not considered to be expenses and cannot be delivered to the consumer in the following cases: a. when they have reached a maturity stage, have been stored too long or are damaged; b. when they are mouldy, or bitten by insects or worms; c. where quilted locations cannot be cut and removed.

Fresh mushrooms for the delivery to the consumer can be cleaned by a mechanical process, but only dry, surface.
For transport and delivery to the consumer, fresh mushrooms should be placed in permeable containers to air.

New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).
New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

S. 5 repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on March 7, 2008, with effect from April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

S. 6 dried mushrooms and...
Dried mushrooms should remain macroscopically recognizable.
Fragments of fungi share passing through a mesh of 5 sieve (±0. 25) mm (remnants of fungi) may not exceed 6% mass.
The moisture content of dried mushrooms must not exceed the following values: a. freeze-dried mushrooms: 6% mass; b. mushrooms dried in the air: 12% mass; c. Shiitake Mushrooms dried: 13% by mass.

Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI's March 7, with effect from April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).
New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

S. 7Poudres mushrooms and granulated mushroom mushroom powders water content cannot exceed 9% by mass; granules of fungi cannot exceed 13% by mass.

New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

S. 8 canned mushrooms are exclusively admitted to laundering of mushrooms for be canned: a. the edible salt; b. additives authorized in accordance with the order of 23 November 2005 on additives.

[RO 2005 6191. RO 2007 2977 art. 7]. see currently W of June 22, 2007 (RS 817.022.31).

S. 9 and 10 repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on March 7, 2008, with effect from April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

S. 11 truffles juice 'Truffle juice' is the liquid extracted during the first sterilization of whole truffles or pieces of Tuber species referred to in annex 1.
The addition of edible salt (to maximum 5% mass), spices or brandy is allowed.

New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

S. 12 mushroom extracts and concentrates of fungi fungi extracts are obtained from edible mushrooms, using water or edible fats. They can be conserved by addition of edible salt.
Mushroom concentrates are extracts of edible mushrooms made retainable by concentration until a viscous liquid, with the possible addition of edible salt.

Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on March 7, 2008, with effect from April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

S. 13 mets pre-made containing mushrooms...
Preparation of edible mushrooms which are intended for the composition of a puts pré-cuisiné should, by analogy, meet the requirements of art. 2, al. 4, and 4 to 8.

Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on March 7, 2008, with effect from April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).
New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

S. 14 prepackaged mushrooms prepacked mushrooms to be delivered to the consumer must meet the following requirements: a. in the packaging of fresh or frozen mushrooms and preserved mushrooms, the number of feet must be roughly equal to that of the hats; b. packaging mushrooms fresh, frozen, dried or canned containing only whole hats are allowed; c. packaging containing that feet of fungi cannot be delivered to the consumer.

S. 15 edible mushrooms marketed professionally tolerances must comply with the tolerances laid down in annex 2.

Section 4 labelling article 16 specific name containers and packagings containing edible fungi must bear the name of the species. If such a designation does not exist in an official language or is not clear, it will indicate the Latin designation.
Species Boletus aereus Boletus aestivalis (Boletus reticulatus), Boletus edulis, Boletus aereus and Boletus mamorensis may bear the name 'cepe' or 'bolete '. If one of these species is given as the specific name, only this species can be delivered to the consumer.

The specific name of the prepackaged whole hats mushrooms is "Hat of X" (X = name of the species).

The specific name of extracts of fungi and mushrooms concentrates is 'Extract of X' or 'concentrate of X"(X = name of the species).

New content according to the c. of o. of the DFI from oct 25. 2011, in force since 1 Jan. 2012 (2011 4847 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).
Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on March 7, 2008, with effect from April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).
Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on March 7, 2008, with effect from April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).
New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

S. 17 additional instructions required in art. 2 order the DFI of 23 November 2005 on the labelling and advertising of foodstuffs must be supplemented by the following information: a. in the case of dried mushrooms-based products: an expression such as "made from dried mushrooms"; b. in the case of fresh cultivated edible mushrooms: marked 'mushroom culture' or 'cultivated mushroom.

Foodstuffs containing truffles must be labelled as follows: a. "truffle" or "with truffles" If the share with truffles is at least 3% mass compared to the finished product; b. "rife at X %" or "with X % of truffles" If the share with truffles is at least 1% mass compared to the finished product.

Foodstuffs whose truffles content is less than 1% mass compared to the finished product cannot wear indication suggesting the presence of truffles.

RS 817.022.21 new content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).
Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on March 7, 2008, with effect from April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

Chapter 3 yeast s. 18 definitions Baker's yeast is a cultivated surface yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae and their hybrids) and used to lighten the batter.
The pressed yeast is a partially stripped of its water Baker's yeast. It must form a mass of homogeneous and damp, or sticky and viscous consistency mushy or brittle grayish-yellow, with a slightly sour smell reminiscent of fermentation products.
Dry Baker's yeast is a yeast dried with care, which must be rehydrated before use.
Instant dry Baker's yeast is a yeast dried with care, that can be added directly to dry with flour, during the preparation of the dough.

Liquid Baker's yeast is a yeast at high water content.

S. 19 requirements pressed yeast cannot contain more than 1% by weight of starch used as filtering and 0.3% mass of edible oil used in its manufacture. The water content cannot exceed 75% by mass.
Dry Baker's yeast dry matter must be at least 90% by weight, of at least 93% Instant dry bakery yeast mass.
The moisture content of liquid Baker's yeast may not exceed 80% mass.
Yeast extract delivered as such to the consumer cannot contain more than 25% water body, or more than 15% mass of edible salt. Its amino nitrogen content shall be 3% mass at least.

Chapter 4 amendment of the annexes article 20. the federal Office of food safety and Veterinary Affairs regularly adapt the annexes to this order according to the evolution of scientific and technical knowledge and the laws of the Switzerland's main trading partners.

The designation of the administrative unit has been adapted to 1 Jan. 2014 in accordance with art. 16 al. 3 o of 17 nov. 2004 on official publications (RS 170.512.1).

Chapter 5 provisions finals s. 21 the law in force the Ordinance of 26 June 1995 on mushrooms is repealed.

[RO 1995 3337, 1997 1483, 2002 781, 2004 1099]

S. 22 entry into force this order comes into force on January 1, 2006.

Transitional provision of the amendment of March 7, 2008 foodstuffs affected by the change of this order can still be imported, manufactured and reported according to the old law until March 31, 2009. They can be delivered to consumers until stocks are exhausted.

Annex 1 (articles 3 and 11, al. 1) list of fungi as edible mushrooms (positive list) remarks: A edible mushrooms that can be grown B grown only mushrooms C no eggs for closed mushrooms D edible mushrooms that have been bleached or dried Se suitable for personal consumption wild edible mushrooms fresh according to this annex, as well as other fungi according to regulations cantonal or according to the knowledge of the expert in fungi.

Latin name synonym latin name french name Re - marks Agaricus Agaric Agaricus arvensis Schaeff.: Fr.

Agaric of fallow has Agaricus augustus Fr.

August agaric, Agaricus bisporus (J.E. Lange) Pilat (and varietates) mushroom, white and Brown has Agaricus blazei Murrill B Agaricus campestris l..

Rustic agaric Agaricus haemorrhoidarius Schulzer often taken as a synonym of Agaricus silvaticus Agaric bloody Agaricus silvaticus Schaeff.

Agaric of forests, Agaricus silvicola (Vittad.) Peck Agaric des bois, Agaric silvicole, Agaric aniseed Agaricus urinascens (Jul. Schaff. & F.H. Møller) Singer Agaricus macrosporus (Moell and Schaeff.) Pilat Agaricus albertii good Agaric large-SPORED, Agaric snowball Agrocybe Agrocybe Agrocybe cylindracea (DC) George Agrocybe aegerita (Brig.) Sing Agrocybe poplar has Albatrellus Polypore Albatrellus ovinus (Schaeff.) Kotl & Pouzar Scutiger ovinus (Schaeff.) Muril Polypore of sheep Amanita mushroom Amanita caesarea (Scop.) Pers.

The Caesars C Amanita rubescens pers. amanita.

Vinous amanita (Golmotte) Armillaria Armillaire Armillaria mellea (Vahl) P. Kumm. AGG.

Armillary honey color D Auricularia Auricular Auricularia auricula-judae (Fr.) Quel.

Hirneola auricula-judae (l.) Berk.
Ear of Judas has Auricularia polytricha (Mont.) SACC.

Hairy wood ear has Boletus porcini Boletus aereus Bull

Dark Brown, bronze porcini Boletus aestivalis (Paulet) Fr.

Boletus reticulatus Schaeff.
Summer CEP, Boletus appendiculatus Schaeff cross-linked Cepe.

Boletus Boletus edulis Bull Waterleaf

Pers Bordeaux Boletus erythropus CEPE.

Boletus Boletus mamorensis Redeuilh Cepe of Mamora (Morocco) Boletus aereus Pilat and Dermek Boletus pinicola (Vittad.) Red walk
CEPE of pines Calocybe Calocybe Calocybe gambosa (Fr.) Singer of Saint - Georges Calvatia Calvatie Calvatia utriformis (Bull) Jaap Handkea utriformis (Bull) Kreisel Calvatie shaped mushroom from addition to Cantharellus Chanterelle Cantharellus aurora (Batsch) Kuyper Cantharellus lutescens (pers.: Fr.) Fr.

Cantharellus xanthopus (pers.) Duby Chanterelle yellowing Cantharellus cibarius Fr.

Common Chanterelle, Girolle Cantharellus cinereus Pers.

Hoary Chanterelle, Chanterelle grey Cantharellus tubaeformis (Bull) Fr.

Chanterelle tube Chroogomphus, Gomphidius Chroogomphus helveticus (Singer) M.M. Moser Gomphidius Swiss Chroogomphus rutilus (Schaeff.) O. K. Mill.

Gomphidius gleaming Clitocybe Clitocybe Clitocybe geotropa (Bull) what.

Tête de moine Clitopilus Clitopilus prunulus (Scop.) P. Kumm.

Meunier Coprinus Coprin Coprinus comatus (forma ovatus) (O.F. Mull.) Pers.

Coprinus comatus B Cortinarius Cortinaire Cortinarius praestans Cordier Cortinaire remarkable Craterellus Craterellus Craterellus cornucopioides (l.) Pers.

Cornucopia, trumpet of death Dendropolyporus Inonotus Dendropolyporus umbellatus (pers.) Jülich Polypore in umbel A Flammulina consistent Flammulina velutipes (Curtis) Singer consistent walk velvety A Gomphidius Gomphidius Gomphidius glutinosus (Schaeff.) Fr.

Gomphidius glutinosus Gomphus Gomphus clavatus (pers.: Fr.) Gray violet Chanterelle, Chanterelle in Club Grifola Polypore Grifola frondosa (Dicks.) Gray Polypore in Tufts has Hericium Hericium Hericium erinaceus (Bull) Pers.

Commonly Hedgehog, Pom Pom blanc B Hydnum commonly Hydnum repandum L...

Pied-de-Mouton Hydnumrufescens Pers.

Commonly roussissant, Pied-de-mouton roux Hygrophorus Hygrophorus Hygrophorus marzuolus (Fr.) Bres.

March hygrophorus Kuehneromyces Pholiota Kuehneromyces mutabilis (Schaeff.) Singer & A.H. Sm.

Pholiota mutabilis (Schaeff.) P. Kumm.
Pholiota changing B Laccaria Laccaria Laccaria amethystea (Bull) Murrill Laccaria amethystina Cooke Laccaria Amethyst Laccaria bicolor (Maire) P.D. Orton Laccaria bicolor Laccaria laccata (Scop.) Fr.

Laccaria lacquered Lactarius Lactarius Lactarius deliciosus (l.) Gray Lactarius delicious Lactarius deterrimus Gröger Lactarius Lactarius lignyotus Fr. spruce

Saffron color of soot Lactarius picinus Fr saffron color of poix Lactarius salmonicolor R. Heim & Leclair saffron salmon-coloured Lactarius Lactarius sanguifluus (Paulet) Fr. FIR

Lactarius sanguifluus semisanguifluus R. Heim & Leclair Lactarius Lactarius semisanguin, Lactarius volemus (Fr.) Fr.

Lactarius in abundant milk, cow Langermannia Vesse, Wolf Langermannia gigantea (Batsch) Rostk.

Calvatia gigantea (Batsch) Lloyd giant Wolf Vesse Leccinum Bolet Leccinum aurantiacum (Bull) Gray Leccinum rufum (Schaeff.) Kreisel Bolet Orange Leccinum carpini (R. Schulz) M.M. Moser ex D.A. Reid Bolet, charms Leccinum duriusculum (Schulzer) Singer Bolet of poplars Leccinum scabrum (Bull Gray Bolet rude Leccinum versipelle (Fr. & Hök) Snell red Bolet, Bolet roussissant Lentinula Lentinula edodes (Berk.) Pegler Lentinus edodes (Berk.) Singer Shiitake A Lepista Lepiste Lepista irina (Fr.) H.E. Bigelow Lepiste odour of iris, Tricholoma of iris Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke nude mushroom, blue foot A Lepista saeva (Fr.) P.D. Orton Lepista personata (Fr.) Cooke Lepiste walk violet Lycoperdon Vesse Wolf Lycoperdon perlatum Pers.

Vasudevan beaded Loup Lycoperdon pyriforme Schaeff.

Vasudevan Loup pear-shaped Lyophyllum Lyophylle Lyophyllum decastes (Fr.) Singer Lyophyllum loricatum (Fr.) Kuehner Lyophyllum aggregatum (Schaeff.) Kühner Lyophylle aggregates, aggregates mushroom, Tricholoma tufted Lyophyllum fumosum (pers.) P.D. Orton Lyophylle smoky Lyophyllum ulmarium (Bull) Kühner Hypsizygus ulmarium (Bull) Redhead, Hypsizygus tessulatus Oyster from Elm A Macrolepiota shaggy Macrolepiota procera (Scop.) Singer high shaggy, Coulemelle Macrolepiota rhacodes (Vittad.) Singer Macrolepiota rachodes Chlorophyllum rhacodes (Vittad.) Vellinga shaggy parasol Marasmius slump Marasmius oreades (Bolton) Fr.

Stagnation of the Morchella Morel Morchella conica Krombh oreades.

Morchella elata Fr. (and varietates) Morel conical Morchella esculenta (l.: Fr.) Pers. (and varietates) Morel municipality Morchella semilibera DC.: Fr.

Morchella gigas (Batsch: Fr.) Pers. (and varietates) semi-free Morel, Morillon Pholiota Nameko Pholiota nameko (T. Itô) S. Ito & S. Imai Pholiota cultivated B Pleurotus mushroom Pleurotus cornucopiae (Paulet) Rolland Pleurote Horn of plenty (b) Pleurotus eryngii (DC.: Fr.) Gillet Pleurotus eryngii B Pleurotus ostreatus (Jacq.: Fr.) P. Kumm. (and varietates)

Oyster mushroom-shaped Oyster A Rozites Rozites caperatus (pers.) P. Karst.

Wrinkled pholiota Russula Russula Russula cyanoxantha (Schaeff.) Fr.

Russula cyanoxantha Russula integra L. Fr.

Russula integrates Russula mustelina Br.

Russula weasel Russula vesca Br.

Edible russula Russula virescens (Schaeff.) Fr.

Green russula Sarcodon Sarcodon Sarcodon imbricatus (l.: Fr.) P. Karst.

Nested Sarcodon, Skale, sparrowhawk Sparassis Sparassis Sparassis brevipes Krombh.

Sparassis rolled A Sparassis crispa (Wulfen) Fr.

Kinky Sparassis has Stropharia Stropharia Stropharia rugosoannulata Farl. ex Murrill.

Stropharia to rough ring has Suillus Bolet Suillus bovinus (pers.) Roussel Bolet bouviers A Suillus collinitus (Fr.) O.Kuntze Bolet at Pink base Boletus in pink mycelium Suillus granulatus (l.) Roussel granulated Boletus Suillus grevillei (Klotsch) Singer Suillus flavus (With.) Singer Bolet elegant Suillus luteus ((L.) Roussel

Suillus luteus, veiled barnacle, buttered bolet Terfezia Terfeze Terfezia arenaria (Moris) hatch Terfeze du Lion Terfezia boudieri Chatin.

Terfeze bond Tremella Tremella Tremella fuciformis Berk.

Tremella spindle B Tricholoma Tricholoma Tricholoma matsutake (S. Ito & S. Imai) Singer Tricholoma caligatum (Viv.) Ricken;

Tricholoma nauseosum (Blytt) Kypovuori;

Tricholoma dulciolens Kypovuori Tricholoma Matsutake, Tricholoma shod, fungus of Japanese pines B Tricholoma portentosum (Fr.) Quel.

Tricholoma portentosum Tuber truffle Tuber aestivum Vittad.

Summer truffle, truffle of the Saint-Jean, white truffle of summer Tuber borchii Vittad.

Tuberalbidum Pico common white truffle, Blanquette Tuber brumale Vittad.

Winter truffle, brumale Tuber indicum Cooke & Massee Tuber himalayense Zhang and Minter truffle de Chine, truffle of Asia Tuber magnatum Pico truffle white truffle of Piedmont, Alba truffle, truffle of Lords Tuber melanosporum Vittad.

Black truffle, Périgord black truffle, truffle from Périgord Tuber mesentericum Vittad.

Truffle mesenteric Tuberuncinatum Chatin Truffe de Bourgogne Verpa Verpa bohemica (O.F. Mull.) SW.

Verpa of Bohemia Volvariella Volvariella Volvariella esculenta (Massee) Singer Volvariella volvacea (Bull) Singer Volvariella edible B Xerocomus Bolet Xerocomus badius (Fr.) Kühner Bolet bai Xerocomus chrysenteron (Bull) what.

Bolet yellow flesh Xerocomus subtomentosus (l.) Fr.

Boletus subtomenteux new content according to chapter II of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

State on January 1, 2014 annex 2 (art. 15) quality tolerated in fungi defects Note: maximum values in % mass control batch: form of marketing Nature of the defect impurities mineral impurities-organi Champi-ghatas-partially or full - ment charred Champi-ghatas mouldy, visible to the naked eye mushrooms worm-eaten Total edible mushrooms fresh - grown 0.5 8-1 - wild 1 0.3 - 6/10 frozen edible mushrooms - grown 0.2 0.02 - 1 - wild 0.2 0.02 - 6/10 edible mushrooms dried - grown 2 1 2 2 0.5 - Wild 2 1 2 2 Granules and powder of mushrooms 2 - preserved fungi, including mushrooms pasta - grown 0.2-0.02 - 1 - wild 0.2 0.02 - 6/10 impurities of plant origin including compost Member species of the genus Boletus up 15% of all defects new content according to chapter II of the O of the DFI on March 7, 2008 , in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 995).

State on January 1, 2014