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Amendment 707

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VI – part C – introductory part





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

Food additives and enzymes other than those specified in Article 21(b) belonging to one of the categories listed in this Part must be designated by the name of that category, followed by their specific name or, if appropriate, EC number. If an ingredient belongs to more than one of the categories, the category appropriate to the principal function in the case of the food in question shall be indicated. However, the designation ‘modified starch’ must always be accompanied by the indication of its specific vegetable origin, when that ingredient may contain gluten.

Food additives and enzymes other than those specified in Article 21(b) belonging to one of the categories listed in this Part must be designated by the name of that category, followed by their specific name, or where available their common or generic name(s), or, if appropriate, EC number. If an ingredient belongs to more than one of the categories, the category appropriate to the principal function in the case of the food in question shall be indicated.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

In order to simplify ingredients list and to increase their legibility, the use of common and generic names in order to indicate additives should be possible: 

Examples:
“ascorbate” instead of one or more of the following specific names like “sodium ascorbate”, “potassium ascorbate”, “calcium ascorbat”. or 

Diphosphate(s)”) or even simply “Phosphate(s), instead of one or more of the following specific names: Disodium diphosphate, Trisodium diphosphate, Tetrasodium diphosphate, Dipotassium diphosphate, Tetrapotassium diphosphate, Dicalcium diphosphate, Calcium dihydrogen diphosphate.



According to the law, allergens have to be labelled with their specific origin, regardless where they come from (e.g. additives). Therefore, the indication foreseen for “modified starch” is not necessary anymore and should be deleted.



Amendment 708

Lambert van Nistelrooij

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VI – part C – list





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

Acid

Acid

Acidity regulator

Acidity regulator

Anti-caking agent

Anti-caking agent

Anti-foaming agent

Anti-foaming agent

Antioxidant

Antioxidant

Bulking agent

Bulking agent

Colour

Colour

Emulsifier

Emulsifier

Emulsifying salts1

Emulsifying salts2




Enzymes *

Firming agent

Firming agent

Flavour enhancer

Flavour enhancer

Flour treatment agent

Flour treatment agent

Gelling agent

Gelling agent

Glazing agent

Glazing agent

Humectant

Humectant

Modified starch3

Modified starch4

Preservative

Preservative

Propellent gas

Propellent gas

Raising agent

Raising agent

Stabiliser

Stabiliser

Sweetener

Sweetener

Thickener

Thickener




* The specific name or EC number shall not be required to be indicated.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

The new enzymes legislation (expected to be published in the Official Journal at the end of 2008 /beginning 2009) does not yet define the name. The Enzymes Manufacturers Association, AMFEP, estimates the positive list to be finalised in 2020). Enzymes having a technological function in the final food (i.e. they are not processing aids) will have to fulfil the same obligations as additives and shall be labelled accordingly. The generic name "enzymes" will adequately inform consumers on the product. This approach is not unique as it is already applied since years for modified starches. Enzymes are used in a wide range of applications in the first and second transformation processes, but also in intermediate products. This includes bakery ingredients like flour mixes, bread improvers and bread mixes.



Amendment 709

Horst Schnellhardt

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VI – part C – list





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

Acid

Acid

Acidity regulator

Acidity regulator

Anti-caking agent

Anti-caking agent

Anti-foaming agent

Anti-foaming agent

Antioxidant

Antioxidant

Bulking agent

Bulking agent

Colour

Colour

Emulsifier

Emulsifier

Emulsifying salts

Emulsifying salts

Firming agent

Firming agent

Flavour enhancer

Flavour enhancer

Flour treatment agent

Flour treatment agent

Gelling agent

Gelling agent

Glazing agent

Glazing agent

Humectant

Humectant

Modified starch

Modified starch




Cellulose extract*

Preservative

Preservative

Propellent gas

Propellant gas

Raising agent

Raising agent

Stabiliser

Stabiliser

Sweetener

Sweetener

Thickener

Thickener




_____

* It is not necessary to indicate the specific name or the EC number.

Or. {DE}de

Justification

Nach europäischem Recht muss nicht bei allen in Lebenmitteln genutzten, künstlich hergestellten Stabilisatoren die entsprechende E-Nummer auf der Verpackung gennant werden, sondern nur der generische Name. bei Da E-Nummern bei Verbrauchern teilweise einen negativen Ruf haben, führt diese Ungleichbehandlung zu Wettbewerbsverzerrungen. Es sollte daher geregelt werden, dass auch alle Celulosederivate ('Celluloseextrakt"), die als Stabilisatoren, Bindemittel und Fett- und Glutenersatz in Lebensmitteln verwendet werden, mit ihrem generischen generischen Namen aufgeführt genannt werden können.



Amendment 710

John Bowis

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VI – part D





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

1. Flavourings shall be designated either by the word ‘flavouring(s)’ or by a more specific name or description of the flavouring.

1. Without prejudice to paragraph 2, flavourings shall be designated by the terms




— “flavourings” or a more specific name or description of the flavouring, if the flavouring component contains flavourings as defined in Article 3(2)(b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g) and (h) of Regulation (EC) No 1334/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on flavourings and certain food ingredients with flavouring properties for use in and on foods (*);

2. Quinine and/or caffeine used as a flavouring in the production or preparation of a food shall be mentioned by name in the list of ingredients immediately after the term ‘flavouring(s)’.

— “smoke flavouring(s)”, or “smoke flavouring(s) produced from “food(s) or food category or source(s)”” (e.g. smoke flavouring produced from beech), if the flavouring component contains flavourings as defined in Article 3(2)(f) of Regulation (EC) No 1334/2008 and imparts a smoky flavour to the food.

3. The word ‘natural’ or any other word having substantially the same meaning may be used only for flavourings in which the flavouring component contains exclusively flavouring substances as defined in Article 1(2)(b)(i) of Directive 88/388/EEC and/or flavouring preparations as defined in Article 1(2)(c) of that Directive.

2. The term “natural” for the description of flavourings shall be used in accordance with Article 16 of Regulation (EC) No 1334/2008.

4. If the name of the flavouring contains a reference to the vegetable or animal nature or origin of the incorporated substances, the word ‘natural’ or any other word having substantially the same meaning may not be used unless the flavouring component has been isolated by appropriate physical processes, enzymatic or microbiological processes or traditional food-preparation processes solely or almost solely from the food or the flavouring source concerned.

3. By way of derogation from paragraph 6 of Article 16 of Regulation (EC) No 1334/2008, the term ‘natural flavouring(s)’ may also be used where the conditions of paragraph 4 or 5 of that article are met.




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(*) OJ L 354, 31.12.2008, p. 34

Or. {EN}en

Justification

The proposal should be aligned with the recently published Regulation (EC) No 1334/2008 establishing rules on the designation of flavourings. However terms such as “Natural strawberry flavour with other natural flavours” are lengthy: companies should be allowed flexibility to use the shorter term – “Natural flavouring” - if they wish to use it.



Amendment 711

Dagmar Roth-Behrendt

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VIII – title and paragraph 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

NET QUANTITY DECLARATION

NET QUANTITY DECLARATION

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass and which are sold by number or weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass and which are sold by number or weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 5 g or 5 ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs.

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 5 g or 5 ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs;




(c) concentrated soups, broths, gravies, condiments and salad sauces which are marked with the volume of ready-to-use product in litres or millilitres;




(d) prepacked products with baking powder and baker's yeast which are marked with the weight of the flour, for the processing of which the quantity is still sufficient after the foreseeable period of storage in the trading system;




(e) prepacked products with custard powder and related products; dried products for purées, dumplings and similar garnishings which are marked with the quantity of fluid required in order to prepare them.

Or. {DE}de

Justification

The additions serve to preserve the existing state of the law. In the case of the product groups referred to, the indication of the quantity of the finished product is the most important information for consumers, for example in the case of soups, sauces or the other products listed. On the other hand, when deciding whether to purchase such products it is not of vital importance to know what quantity of initial soup or sauce mixture is sufficient to produce this quantity.



Amendment 712

Horst Schnellhardt

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VIII – paragraph 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass and which are sold by number or weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass and which are sold by number or weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 5 g or 5 ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs.

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 5 g or 5 ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs.




(c) the net quantity of which is less than 50g for confectionary, chocolate and other cocoa based products, products based on almonds or nuts or other oilseeds;




(d) the net quantity of which is less than 100g for biscuits, cakes and other fine bakery ware;




(e) and without prejudice to specific community legislation.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Currently, a number of countries provide national derogation from the indication of the net quantity (for ex. France, Germany, Ireland, UK). If these are no longer possible, the Annex needs to stipulate 50g and 100g as lowest common denominator.



Amendment 713

Thomas Ulmer

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VIII – paragraph 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass and which are sold by number or weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass and which are sold by number or weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 5 g or 5 ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs.

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 5 g or 5 ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs.




(c) the net quantity of which is less than 50g for confectionary, chocolate and other cocoa based products, products based on almonds or nuts or other oilseeds;




d) the net quantity of which is less than 100g for biscuits, cakes and other fine bakery ware;




e) and without prejudice to specific community legislation.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Currently, a number of countries provide national derogation from the indication of the net quantity (for ex. France, Germany, Ireland, UK). If these are no longer possible, the Annex needs to stipulate 50g and 100g as lowest common denominator.



Amendment 714

John Bowis

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VIII – paragraph 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass and which are sold by number or weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass;




(aa) which are sold by number;




(ab) weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 5 g or 5 ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs.

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 10g or 10ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

The minimum net quantity is too small for many foods, for example the poor distribution of nuts in a chocolate bar might make a product over weight. We suggest having a minimum weight of 10g (volume 10cm3).



Amendment 715

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VIII – paragraph 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

1. The net quantity shall not be mandatory in the case of foods:

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass and which are sold by number or weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(a) which are subject to considerable losses in their volume or mass and which are sold by number or weighed in the presence of the purchaser; or

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 5 g or 5 ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs.

(b) the net quantity of which is less than 5 g or 5 ml; however, this provision shall not apply to spices and herbs;




(c) for which exemptions are laid down in other legal provisions.

Or. {DE}de

Justification

Linguistic adjustment which respects the terminology used hitherto in [the German version of] the Labelling Directive, 2000/13/EC („Nettofüllmenge“).
Re point (c): reference is made to Article 2(2) of Directive 2001/111/EC concerning sugars (exemption of products weighing less than 20 g). In paragraph 3, therefore, it should be made clear that such special provisions remain in force.



Amendment 716

John Bowis

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VIII – paragraph 2 a (new)





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment




2a. The net quantity of a food shall be determined in accordance with Community provisions or, where there are none, by national provisions.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

To be consistent with Article 24.



Amendment 717

Kathalijne Maria Buitenweg, Carl Schlyter

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VIII – paragraph 5 – subparagraph 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

5. Where a solid food is presented in a liquid medium, the drained net weight of the food shall also be indicated.

5. Where a solid food is presented in a liquid medium, the drained net weight of the food shall also be indicated. The price per kilogram referring to the respective food shall be based solely on the drained net weight.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Provision in order not to mislead the consumers with regard to the labelled price.



Amendment 718

Magor Imre Csibi

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VIII – paragraph 5 – subparagraph 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

5. Where a solid food is presented in a liquid medium, the drained net weight of the food shall also be indicated.

5. Where a solid food is presented in a liquid medium, the drained net weight at the moment of the packing of the food shall also be indicated.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

A solid food in a liquid medium will change its net weight during the period of the production and the selling to the consumer due to usual interactions between the solid food and the liquid medium. The scale of change of the net weight depends on several circumstances, i.e. time, temperature and conditions of transport and storage. Therefore the indication of the net weight should be done at the moment of the manufacturing, where the food producer is fully responsible for the product and is able to give a correct indication of the net weight.



Amendment 719

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex VIII – paragraph 5 – subparagraph 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

5. Where a solid food is presented in a liquid medium, the drained net weight of the food shall also be indicated.

5. Where a solid food is presented in a liquid medium, the drained net weight at the moment of the packing of the food shall also be indicated.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

A solid food in a liquid medium will change its net weight during the period of the production and the selling to the consumer due to usual interactions between the solid food and the liquid medium. The scale of change of the net weight depends on several circumstances, i.e. time, temperature and conditions of transport and storage. Therefore the indication of the net weight should be done at the moment of the manufacturing, where the food producer is fully responsible for the product and is able to give a correct indication of the net weight.



Amendment 720

John Bowis

Proposal for a regulation

Annex IX – title





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

DATE OF MINIMUM DURABILITY

DATE MARK

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Date marking is an area of confusion – in terms of what dates should be applied to what foods. The suggested amendment aims to simplify the proposal and therefore help food businesses correctly apply an appropriate date mark.



Amendment 721

John Bowis

Proposal for a regulation

Annex IX – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

1. The date of minimum durability shall be indicated as follows:

1. The date mark shall be indicated as follows:

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Date marking is an area of confusion – in terms of what dates should be applied to what foods. The suggested amendment aims to simplify the proposal and therefore help food businesses correctly apply an appropriate date mark.



Amendment 722

John Bowis

Proposal for a regulation

Annex IX – paragraph 1 – point d – introduction





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

(d) Subject to Community provisions imposing other types of date indication, an indication of the date of minimum durability shall not be required for:

(d) Subject to Community provisions imposing other types of date indication, an indication of the date mark shall not be required for:

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Date marking is an area of confusion – in terms of what dates should be applied to what foods. The suggested amendment aims to simplify the proposal and therefore help food businesses correctly apply an appropriate date mark.



Amendment 723

Anne Ferreira

Proposal for a regulation

Annex IX – paragraph 1 – point d – indent 5





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

– bakers’ or pastry cooks’ wares which, given the nature of their content, are normally consumed within 24 hours of their manufacture,

– bakers’ or pastry cooks’ wares when they have been sold within 24 hours of their manufacture,

Or. {FR}fr

Justification

The time to be taken into consideration is the sale period, not the period of consumption by the consumer, which it is not possible to control.



Amendment 724

Anne Ferreira

Proposal for a regulation

Annex IX – paragraph 2 – point c a (new)





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment




(ca) the ‘use by date’ shall be indicated on each individual prepackaged portion.

Or. {FR}fr

Justification

Individual portions can be separated from the package or lot in which they have been sold so it is essential that each detachable portion bears the ‘use by’ date.



Amendment 725

Péter Olajos

Proposal for a regulation

Annex XI – part A – title





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

Reference intakes for vitamins and minerals (adults)

Daily Reference intakes for vitamins and minerals (adults)

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Editorial comment.



Amendment 726

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex XI – part A – paragraph 1 – table





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

Vitamin A (µg)

800

Vitamin A (µg)

800

Vitamin D (µg)

5

Vitamin D (µg)


5

Vitamin E (mg)

10

Vitamin E (mg)

12







Vitamin K (µg)

75

Vitamin C (mg)

60

Vitamin C (mg)

80

Thiamin (mg)

1,4

Thiamin (Vitamin B1) (mg)

1,1

Riboflavin (mg)

1,6

Riboflavin (mg)

1,4

Niacin (mg)

18

Niacin (mg)

16

Vitamin B6 (mg)

2

Vitamin B6 (mg)

1,4

Folacin (µg)

200

Folic acid (µg)

200

Vitamin B12 (µg)

1

Vitamin B 12 (µg)

2,5

Biotin (mg)

0,15

Biotin (µg)

50

Pantothenic acid (mg)

6

Pantothenic acid (mg)

6







Potassium (mg)

2000







Chloride (mg)

800

Calcium (mg)

800

Calcium (mg)

800

Phosphorus (mg)

800

Phosphorus (mg)

700

Iron (mg)

14

Iron (mg)

14

Magnesium (mg)

300

Magnesium (mg)

375

Zinc (mg)

15

Zinc (mg)

10







Copper (mg)

1







Manganese (mg)

2







Fluoride (mg)

3,5







Selenium (µg)

55







Chromium (µg)

40







Molybdenum (µg)

50

Iodine (mg)

150

Iodine (µg)

150

Or. {DE}de

Justification

The RDA values should be brought into line with the new reference values in accordance with the modification of the Nutrition Labelling Directive, 2008/100/EC (OJ L 285, p. 9).



Amendment 727

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex XI – part A – paragraph 2





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

As a rule, 15 % of the recommended allowance specified in point 1 supplied by 100 g or 100 ml or per package if the package contains only a single portion should be taken into consideration in deciding what constitutes a significant amount.

As a rule,




  • 15% of RDA per 100g or serving for solids or




  • 7,5% of RDA per 100ml or serving for liquids or




  • 5% of RDA per 100kcal (12% of RDA 1 MJ), or




  • an amount provided for by derogations granted according to Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 1925/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 2006 on the addition of vitamins and minerals and of certain other substances to foods, or




  • per package if the package contains only a single portion or the amount and number of portions are clearly mentioned on the package should be taken into consideration in deciding what constitutes a significant amount.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

For beverages, which may be consumed in larger quantities that solid foods, 15% of the RDA is too high a level to be considered a “significant” amount. In line with Codex Alimentarius, a more reasonable value would be 7,5% per 100ml or per portion (without the limitation the package may contain a single portion).

In taking the Codex approach into consideration, provisions for determining significant amount based on "per portion" or "per serving" should be incorporated (important for foods consumed in portions larger than 100g).

Example: A consumer who eats 200 g (= average portion size) of green beans (low energy product containing 20 kcal/100 g) covers 15% of her/his needs in vitamins B9 whereas the content of vitamin B9 (8% of RDI/100 g) does not allow to claim that the product is a “source of vitamins B9”. However, if the content of vitamin B9 is expressed in relation to 100 kcal, it covers approximately 40% of the RDI.



Amendment 728

Péter Olajos

Proposal for a regulation

Annex XI – part A – paragraph 2





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

As a rule, 15 % of the recommended allowance specified in point 1 supplied by 100 g or 100 ml or per package if the package contains only a single portion should be taken into consideration in deciding what constitutes a significant amount.

As a rule,




  • 15% of RDA per 100g or serving for solids or




  • 7,5% of RDA per 100ml or serving for liquids or




  • 5% of RDA per 100kcal (12% of RDA 1 MJ), or




  • an amount provided for by derogations granted according to Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 1925/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 2006 on the addition of vitamins and minerals and of certain other substances to foods, or per package if the package contains only a single portion




should be taken into consideration in deciding what constitutes a significant amount.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

For beverages, which may be consumed in larger quantities that solid foods, 15% of the RDA is too high a level to be considered a “significant” amount. In line with Codex Alimentarius, a more reasonable value would be 7.5% per 100ml or per serving (without the limitation that the package may contain a single portion). By taking the Codex approach into consideration, the provisions for determining significant amount based on "per portion" or "per serving" should be incorporated (which is especially important for foods consumed in portions larger than 100g).



Amendment 729

Amalia Sartori, Françoise Grossetête, Guido Sacconi, Alessandro Foglietta

Proposal for a regulation

Annex XI – part A – paragraph 2





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

As a rule, 15 % of the recommended allowance specified in point 1 supplied by 100 g or 100 ml or per package if the package contains only a single portion should be taken into consideration in deciding what constitutes a significant amount.

As a rule, 15% of RDA per 100g or serving for solids or 7,5% of RDA per 100ml or serving for liquids or 5% of RDA per 100kcal (12% of RDA 1 MJ), or an amount provided for by derogations granted according to Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 1925/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 2006 on the addition of vitamins and minerals and of certain other substances to foods.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

The reasonable value for a ‘significant amount’ take into account the energy density of some foods which have been formulated to meet particular nutritional needs and that a liquid product is often consumed in greater quantities. A ‘significant amount’ per portion should be without the limitation that the package may contain a single portion.



Amendment 730

Dorette Corbey

Proposal for a regulation

Annex XI – part A – paragraph 2





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

As a rule, 15 % of the recommended allowance specified in point 1 supplied by 100 g or 100 ml or per package if the package contains only a single portion should be taken into consideration in deciding what constitutes a significant amount.

As a rule, 15 % of the recommended allowance in 100g or 7,5% of the recommended allowance in 100ml or 5% of the recommended allowance in 100kcal or per package if the package contains only a single portion should be taken into consideration in deciding what constitutes a significant amount.

Or. {EN}en



Amendment 731

Lambert van Nistelrooij

Proposal for a regulation

Annex XI – part A – paragraph 2





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

As a rule, 15 % of the recommended allowance specified in point 1 supplied by 100 g or 100 ml or per package if the package contains only a single portion should be taken into consideration in deciding what constitutes a significant amount.

As a rule, 15 % of the recommended allowance in 100 g or 7,5% of the recommended allowance in 100 ml or 5% of the recommended allowance in 100 kcal or per package if the package contains only a single portion or the amount and number of portions are clearly mentioned on the package should be taken into consideration in deciding what constitutes a significant amount.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

If one only counts the recommended allowance in 100 g or 100 ml or per package, this does not take into consideration that some products will be consumed in other quantities. According to the proposal, foods rich in water and/or low energy foods will not be allowed to make reference to the content of vitamins and minerals. This should not be the case.



Amendment 732

Renate Sommer

Proposal for a regulation

Annex XI – part B





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

REFERENCE INTAKES FOR ENERGY AND SELECTED NUTRIENTS OTHER THAN VITAMINS AND MINERALS (ADULTS)

deleted

Energy or nutrient

Reference Intake




Energy

8400 kJ (2000 kcal)



Total fat

70 g



Saturates

20 g



Carbohydrate

230 g



Sugars

90 g



Salt

6 g


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