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Decree-Law No. 304/98 approving EC Council Directive No. 97/60 on solvent extraction used for food production.

País/Territorio
Portugal
Tipo de documento
Legislación
Fecha
1998
Fuente
FAO, FAOLEX
Materia
Alimentación y nutrición
Palabra clave
Control de calidad de los alimentos/inocuidad de los alimentos Alimentos tratados Aditivos alimentarios
Área geográphica
Europa, Países de la Unión Europea, Europa Meridional
Entry into force notes
This Decree-Law enters into force the day after its publication.
Resumen

This Decree-Law approves EC Council Directive No. 97/60 on solvent extraction used for food production (excluding for vitamins and other nutrients). It consists of 11 articles and 1 Annex regulating the procedures to be applied in order to perform the aforementioned activity and establishing purity criteria, authorized solvents to be used for food or its ingredients, packaging and labelling requirements, etc. Annex lists authorized solvents to be used for treating raw materials.

Texto completo
Portugués

Referencias - Legislación

Revoca

Decree-Law No. 82/92 approving EEC Council Directive No. 88/344 (establishing food additive requirements for food treatment).

Legislación | Portugal | 1992 | Repealed

Palabra clave: Control de calidad de los alimentos/inocuidad de los alimentos, Alimentos tratados, Aditivos alimentarios

Fuente: FAO, FAOLEX

Order No. 1034/92 establishing a list of extractive solvents used in food treatment.

Legislación | Portugal | 1992 | Repealed

Palabra clave: Control de calidad de los alimentos/inocuidad de los alimentos, Carne, Aditivos alimentarios, Envasado/etiquetado

Fuente: FAO, FAOLEX

Order No. 712/96 amending Part III of the Annex attached to the Order No. 263/94 of 30 April (regulating extraction solvents used in food treatment).

Legislación | Portugal | 1996 | Repealed

Palabra clave: Control de calidad de los alimentos/inocuidad de los alimentos, Alimentos tratados, Aditivos alimentarios

Fuente: FAO, FAOLEX