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SPS NOTIFICATION TO BE CONSIDERED BY INDONESIA
This Draft Technical Regulation shall apply to quick frozen peaches of the species Prunus Persica L. as defined
below and offered for direct consumption without further processing, except repacking, if required. It does not apply to the product when indicated as intended for further processing or for other industrial purposes. Definitions, requirements, sampling, methods of test and examination, packing, transportation, storage, labelling.
This Draft Technical Regulation is concerned with Tehena as defined in Section 3 below and offered for direct
consumption. Definitions, requirements, sampling, methods of test and examination, packing, transportation,storage, labelling.
Pesticide This final rule establishes tolerances for residues of iodosulfuron- methyl-sodium, methyl 4-iodo-2-[3-(4-methoxy-6-
methyl-1,3,5 triazin-2- yl) ureidosulfonyl] benzoate, sodium salt, in or on wheat, forage at 0.10 ppm; wheat, grain at0.02 parts per million (ppm); wheat, hay at 0.05 ppm; and wheat, straw at 0.05 ppm.
5-Jun-09 The Separate Customs Territory of Notification
"Quarantine Draft amendment of the quarantine requirement for the host plants or plant products of Frankliniella occidentalis
Requirements for the Importation of Plantsor Plant Products.
Fish, molluscs and crustaceans (including Condiciones sanitarias para autorizar la importación de animales acuáticos con destino a establecimientos de
acuicultura en la República Argentina (Health requirements for the importation of aquatic animals destined for aquaculture establishments in the Argentine Republic).
Proposed Amendments to the Standards The proposed regulation establishes and revises compositional specifications for 30 food additives.
Specifications for heavy metals are strengthened or established in the following 30 items:Microcrystalline cellulose, guar gum, lecithin, locust bean gum, lysozyme, tagetes extract, beewax, bentonite,powdered cellulose, beet red, xanthan gum, shellac, cyclodextrin, arabic gum, annatto extract, alginic acid,liquid paraffin, invertase, gellan gum, carnauba wax, caramel color, karaya gum, curdlan, cochineal extract, taragum, tannic acid, d-tocopherol concentrate (mixed), d-a-tocopherol concentrate, tragacanth gum, oleoresinpaprika.
Specifications for residual solvents are established in the following 5 items:Guar gum, locust bean gum, xanthan gum, cyclodextrin, tannic acid.
Microbiological criteria are established for 12 items:Guar gum, locust bean gum, lysozyme, bentonite, xanthan gum, cyclodextrin, alginic acid, invertase, gellan gum, karaya gum, curdlan, tragacanth gum.
Specifications for contents of cyclodextrin and d-tocopherol concentrate (mixed) are revised.
By means of this regulation, standards for manufacture of genetically modified food additives are established. Definitions of hypochlorous acid water, cyclodextrin and d-tocopherol concentrate (mixed) are revised. Standards for use of smoke flavour are also revised.
Proposed Amendments to the Standards & By means of this regulation, tolerances for residues of 40 kinds of pesticides including iminoctadine are revised, and
tolerances for residues of prohexadione-calcium are established in agricultural products.
The proposed regulation also establishes tolerances for residues of 21 kinds of veterinary drugs including nafcillin,and revises tolerances for residues of 3 veterinary drugs including danofloxacin in foods.
A requirement is established that anti-impotence drug analogues (thiohomosildenafil, desulfovardenafil, nitrodenafil,cyclopentynafil, octylnortadalafil) should not be detected in foods.
The proposed regulation allows limited use of n-acetylglucosamine, plant sterol, plant sterol ester, and plant stanolester in foods as ingredient.
To establish migration limits and test methods for benzophenone used as a printing ink component.
To tighten migration standards for:- antimony (Sb) in polyethyleneterephthalate (PET);- methylmethacrylate in acryl resin, polymethacrylstyrene (MS) and methylmethacrylate-acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer (MABS); and- sulphur dioxide, ortho-phenylphenol, thiabendazole, biphenyl and imazalil in wood.
To strengthen the residual limit and test method for PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyl) in paper or processed paper.
22-Jun-09 The Separate Customs Territory of Notification
Draft of Standards for Pesticide Residue The draft establishes and revises the pesticide MRLs for Abamectin, Boscalid, Cyprodinil, Cyromazine,
Deltamethrin, Dicofol, Fludioxonil, Hexythiazox, Imidacloprid, Methoxyfenozide, Pirimicarb, Pirimiphos-methyl,Propiconazole, Pyraclostrobin, Pyrimethanil, Quinoxyfen, Tebufenozide, and Trifloxystrobin on fruits, vegetables orcereals.
Interim Marketing Authorization regarding Health Canada has received a submission to permit the use of sucralose as a sweetener in pickles at a maximum
the use of sucralose as a sweetener in level of use of 0.015%. Evaluation of the available data supports the safety and effectiveness of sucralose as a pickles
sweetener in pickles.
Therefore, it is the intention of Health Canada to recommend that the Food and Drug Regulations be amended to permit the use of sucralose as a sweetener in pickles at a maximum level of use of 0.015%.
As a means to improve the responsiveness of the regulatory system, an Interim Marketing Authorization is being issued to permit the immediate use of sucralose, as indicated above, while the regulatory process is undertaken to amend the Regulations. The proposed regulatory amendments would be enabling measures to allow the sale of pickles containing sucralose as a sweetener. The amendments are supported by the safety assessment and would have a low impact on the economy and the environment. Consequently, the regulatory amendments may proceed directly to final approval and publication in the Canada Gazette, Part II
Proposed Amendments to the Standards & 1. To establish specifications for cadmium, total aflatoxin (B1+B2+G1+G2) and total pheophobide in fermented plant
Specifications for Health/Functional Foods. extract products.
2. - To establish specifications for tetracycline and chlortetracycline in propolis extract, royal jelly and bee pollen products.
Draft MOPH Notification (No. …), B.E. …., The MOPH Notification regarding measure to Food Seasonings Derived from the Hydrolysis or Fermentation of
entitled "Food Seasonings Derived from Soybean Protein, (No. 248) B.E. 2544 (2001) shall be repealed and replaced by this provision:the Hydrolysis or Fermentation of Soybean (1) The following expression shall be added as phrases (3.4) under (3) of Clause 4. of the notification of the Ministry Protein"
of Public Health (No. 202) B.E. 2543 (2000), Re: Food seasonings derived from the hydrolysis or fermentation of soybean protein, dated 19th September B.E. 2543 (2000).
"(3.4) 3-MCPD or 3-Chloro-1,2-propanediol in food seasonings derived from the hydrolysis or fermentation of soybean protein shall be as follows:(3.4.1) Not more than 0.4 mg/kg of food seasonings derived from the hydrolysis or fermentation of soybean protein (not more than 40% dry matter)(3.4.2) Not more than 1 mg/kg of food seasonings derived from the hydrolysis or fermentation of soybean protein that contain more than 40% dry matter, according to the dry matter ratio of the products in (3.4.1)."
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CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTS FOR DRUG DISTRIBUTOR / MANUFACTURER; MEDICAL DEVICE; COSMETIC ESTABLISHMENTS General Requirements: (ALL FORMS TO BE ACCOMPLISHED IN TRIPLICATE) _________ Information as to activity of the establishment _________ Notarized Accomplished Petition Form / Joint Affidavit of Undertaking _________ Photocopy of Business Name Registration with DTI (if single proprietor); with SEC
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