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India: Food Safety and Standards (Food Products Standards and Food Additives) Regulations 2011

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Introduction
FOOD SAFETY AND STANDARDS (FOOD PRODUCTS STANDARDS AND FOOD ADDITIVES) REGULATIONS, 2011
CHAPTER 1
GENERAL
1.1: Title and commencement
1.1.1:These regulations may be called the Food Safety and Standards (Food Products Standards and Food Additives)
Regulations, 2011.
1.1.2: These regulatiions shall come into force on or after 5th August, 2011, except the regulations 2.1.7.(1)(2)(3)(4),
2.1.8 (1)(3), 2.1.11 (1)(2), 2.1.12(1), including table 14 of Appendix A and table 2 of Appendix B which shall come in to force after six months from that date. Provided that wherever the standards given in these regulations are at variance with any of the provisions of the licenses already granted, Food Business Operator shall comply with the provisions of these regulations within six months from the date of commencement of the regulations.
1.2: Definitions
In these regulations unless the context otherwise requires:
1. BOILED MILK means milk which has been brought to boil.
2. “De-oiled meal” means the residual material left over when oil is extracted by a solvent from any oil-bearing material;
3. DOUBLE TONED MILK means the product prepared by admixture of cow or buffalo milk or both with fresh skimmed milk, or by admixture of cow or buffalo milk or both that has been standardised to fat and solids-not-fat percentage given in the table below in 2.1.1:1 by adjustment of milk solids. It shall be pasteurised and shall show a negative Phosphatase Test. When fat or dry non-fat milk solids are used, it shall be ensured that the product
remains homogeneous and no deposition of solids takes place on standing.
4. “Hydrogenation” means the process of addition of hydrogen to an edible vegetable oil using a catalyst to produce a fat with semi-solid consistency;
5. Flavoured Milk, by whatever name called, may contain nuts (whole, fragmented or ground) chocolate, coffee or any other edible flavour, edible food colours and cane sugar. Flavoured milk shall be pasteurised, sterilised or boiled. The type of milk shall be mentioned on the label.
6. Full Cream Milk means milk or a combination of buffalo or cow milk or a product prepared by combination of both that has been standardised to fat and solids-not-fat percentage, given in the table below in 2.1.1:1, by adjustment/addition of milk solids, Full Cream Milk shall be pasteurised. It shall show a negative phosphatase test. It shall be packed in clean, sound and sanitary containers properly sealed so as to prevent contamination.
7. ‘Irradiation’ means any physical procedure, involving the intentional exposure of food to ionizing radiations.
8. ‘Irradiation facility’ means any facility which is capable of being utilized for treatment of food by irradiation.
 
 
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