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Amendment 659

Avril Doyle

Proposal for a regulation

Annex II – point 8 – point a





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

(a) nuts used for making distillates or ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin for spirit drinks and other beverages containing more than 1,2 % by volume of alcohol.

(a) nuts used for making alcoholic distillates.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

The amendment is necessary to make the exception more explicit and to bring it in line with the EFSA Opinion. The original wording could lead to products being labelled as allergenic when, as the EFSA Opinion shows; they do not contain any allergenic material. The Commission agrees that the current wording needs to be amended so as to ensure vulnerable consumers are not misled.



Amendment 660

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex II – point 12





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

12. Sulphur dioxide and sulphites at concentrations of more than 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/litre expressed as SO2.

12. Sulphur dioxide and sulphites at concentrations of more than 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/litre expressed as SO2 , in the product as consumed.

Or. {EN}en

Justification

The amendment is clarifying that the limits set are only relevant for the food ready for consumption because the provision is dealing with allergies or intolerances caused by consuming food and is thus not applicable to products in concentrated form which need to be prepared before consumption.



Amendment 661

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

1. Foods packaged in certain gases







1.1 Foods whose durability has been extended by means of packaging gases authorised pursuant to Council Directive 89/107/EEC1

Packaged in a protective atmosphere’

deleted










Or. {EN}en

Justification

Avoid double declaration.

With regard to point 1.1., it does not represent an additional information to the consumer. He/she should look at the date of durability.

We consider the mandatory double labelling of sweeteners to be unnecessary. Sweeteners are clearly labelled in the ingredients list and where necessary a warning label for the presence of phenylalanine is provided. The provision was adopted at a time when use of low calorie sweeteners was less common within the EU and this proposal provides an excellent opportunity for simplification.



Amendment 662

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 2.1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

2.1 Foods containing a sweetener or sweeteners authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

with sweetener(s)’ this statement shall accompany the name of the food.

deleted

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Avoid double declaration.

With regard to point 1.1., it does not represent an additional information to the consumer. He/she should look at the date of durability.

We consider the mandatory double labelling of sweeteners to be unnecessary. Sweeteners are clearly labelled in the ingredients list and where necessary a warning label for the presence of phenylalanine is provided. The provision was adopted at a time when use of low calorie sweeteners was less common within the EU and this proposal provides an excellent opportunity for simplification.



Amendment 663

Amalia Sartori, Françoise Grossetête, Guido Sacconi, Alessandro Foglietta

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 2.1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

2.1 Foods containing a sweetener or sweeteners authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

with sweetener(s)’ this statement shall accompany the name of the food.

deleted

Or. {EN}en

Justification

The mandatory double labelling of sweeteners to be unnecessary. Sweeteners are clearly labelled in the ingredients list and where necessary a warning label for the presence of phenylalanine is provided. The provision was adopted at a time when use of low calorie sweeteners was less common within the EU and this proposal provides an excellent opportunity for simplification.



Amendment 664

Kathalijne Maria Buitenweg, Carl Schlyter, Hiltrud Breyer

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 2.1





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

2.1 Foods containing a sweetener or sweeteners authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

‘with sweetener(s)’ this statement shall accompany the name of the food.

2.1 Foods containing a sweetener or sweeteners authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

‘with sweetener(s)’ this statement shall accompany the name of the food in the principal field of vision.

Or. {EN}en



Amendment 665

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 2.2





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

2.2 Foods containing both an added sugar or sugars and a sweetener or sweeteners authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

with sugar(s) and sweetener(s)’ this statement shall accompany the name of the food.

deleted

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Avoid double declaration.

With regard to point 1.1., it does not represent an additional information to the consumer. He/she should look at the date of durability.

We consider the mandatory double labelling of sweeteners to be unnecessary. Sweeteners are clearly labelled in the ingredients list and where necessary a warning label for the presence of phenylalanine is provided. The provision was adopted at a time when use of low calorie sweeteners was less common within the EU and this proposal provides an excellent opportunity for simplification.



Amendment 666

Amalia Sartori, Françoise Grossetête, Guido Sacconi, Alessandro Foglietta

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 2.2





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

2.2 Foods containing both an added sugar or sugars and a sweetener or sweeteners authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

with sugar(s) and sweetener(s)’ this statement shall accompany the name of the food.

deleted

Or. {EN}en

Justification

The mandatory double labelling of sweeteners to be unnecessary. Sweeteners are clearly labelled in the ingredients list and where necessary a warning label for the presence of phenylalanine is provided. The provision was adopted at a time when use of low calorie sweeteners was less common within the EU and this proposal provides an excellent opportunity for simplification.



Amendment 667

Kathalijne Maria Buitenweg, Carl Schlyter, Hiltrud Breyer

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 2.2





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

2.2 Foods containing both an added sugar or sugars and a sweetener or sweeteners authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

‘with sugar(s) and sweetener(s)’ this statement shall accompany the name of the food.

2.2 Foods containing both an added sugar or sugars and a sweetener or sweeteners authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

‘with sugar(s) and sweetener(s)’ this statement shall accompany the name of the food in the principal field of vision.

Or. {EN}en



Amendment 668

Richard Seeber

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 2.3





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

2.3 Foods containing aspartame authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

contains a source of phenylalanine’

deleted

Or. {EN}en

Justification

Avoid double declaration.

With regard to point 1.1., it does not represent an additional information to the consumer. He/ she should look at the date of durability.

We consider the mandatory double labelling of sweeteners to be unnecessary. Sweeteners are clearly labelled in the ingredients list and where necessary a warning label for the presence of phenylalanine is provided. The provision was adopted at a time when use of low calorie sweeteners was less common within the EU and this proposal provides an excellent opportunity for simplification.



Amendment 669

John Bowis

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 2.3 "Particulars"





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment

2.3 Foods containing aspartame authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

‘contains a source of phenylalanine’

2.3 Foods containing aspartame authorised pursuant to Directive 89/107/EEC

‘contains aspartame, a source of phenylalanine’

Or. {EN}en



Amendment 670

Kathalijne Maria Buitenweg, Carl Schlyter

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 3 a (new)





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment




3a. FOODS CONTAINING GLUTAMIC ACIDS OR ITS SALTS




3a.1 Foods containing one or more of the food additives E620, E 621, E622, E623, E624 and E 625

'contains appetite-enhancing ingredients'

Or. {EN}en



Amendment 671

Dorette Corbey

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 4 a (new)





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment




4a. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES




4a.1 Alcoholic beverages

"Consumption can be harmful to pregnant women"

Or. {EN}en



Amendment 672

Dorette Corbey

Proposal for a regulation

Annex III – point 5 a (new)





Text proposed by the Commission

Amendment




5a. GMO's




5a.1 Foods containing GMO's

Label in accordance with Directive 2001/18/EC




5a.2 Foods produced with the help of GMO's

"Produced with genetically modified components"

Or. {EN}en



Amendment 673

Kathalijne Maria Buitenweg, Carl Schlyter

Proposal for a regulation



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