Statutory Instrument 1995 No. 3187

      The Miscellaneous Food Additives Regulations 1995


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STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS

1995 No. 3187

FOOD

The Miscellaneous Food Additives Regulations 1995


 
Made 4th December 1995
Laid before Parliament 11th December 1995
Coming into force 1st January 1996

INDEX

1. Title and commencement
2. Interpretation
3. Use of miscellaneous additives
4. Use of miscellaneous additives in or on compound foods
5. Sale of food additives and food containing miscellaneous additives
6. Condemnation of food
7. Offences, penalties and enforcement
8. Defence in relation to exports
9. Application of various provisions of the Act
10. Revocations and amendments
11. Transitional provision and exemptions

Schedule
  1. Miscellaneous additives generally permitted for use in foods not referred to in Schedule 6, 7 or 8
  2. Conditionally permitted preservatives and antioxidants
  3. Other permitted miscellaneous additives
  4. Permitted carriers and carrier solvents
  5. Purity criteria
  6. Foods in which miscellaneous additives listed in Schedule 1 are generally prohibited
  7. Foods in which a limited number of miscellaneous additives listed in Schedule 1 may be used
  8. Miscellaneous additives permitted in foods for infants and young children
  9. Revocations