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Amendment No. 161 – 22 February 2016

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Amendment No.161 contains amendments to the following standards in the revised Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code which commences on 1 March 2016:

Standard 1.1.1 Structure of the Code and general provisions
Standard 1.1.2 Definitions used throughout the Code
Standard 1.2.7 Nutrition, health and related claims
Standard 1.3.1 Food additives
Standard 1.4.1 Contaminants and natural toxicants
Standard 1.4.2 Agvet chemicals
Standard 1.5.2 – Food produced using gene technology
Standard 2.4.2 – Edible oil spreads
Standard 2.7.1 – Labelling of alcoholic beverages and food containing alcohol
Standard 2.7.4 – Wine and wine product
Standard 2.9.4 – Formulated supplementary sports foods
Standard 2.9.5 – Food for special medical purposes
Standard 2.9.6 – Transitional standard for special purpose foods (including amino acid modified foods)
Standard 2.10.2 – Salt and salt products
Schedule 1 – RDIs and ESADDIs
Schedule 2 – Units of measurement
Schedule 3 Identity and purity
Schedule 4 – Nutrition, health and related claims
Schedule 9 – Mandatory advisory statements
Schedule 12 – Nutrition information panels
Schedule 15 – Substances that may be used as food additives
Schedule 17 – Vitamins and minerals
Schedule 18 Processing aids
Schedule 20 – Maximum residue limits
Schedule 26 – Food produced using gene technology
Schedule 29 – Special purpose foods
 
 
The Applications and Proposals under which these amendments have been made are:
 
  • A1100 – Maximum Permitted Level of Acesulphame Potassium in Chewing Gum
  • A1104 – Voluntary Addition of Vitamins & Minerals to Nut- & Seed-based Beverages
  • P1040 – Code Revision – Consequential & Corrective Amendments II
  • M1013 – Schedule 20 – MRLs – Consequentials & Corrective Amendments
 

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