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Inca Inchi Virgin Oil SUMMARY
impurities insoluble in hexane and trans-fatty acid content. Both oils are predominantly made up of polyunsaturated fatty acids (>90%) and to a lesser extent saturated fatty acids (<10%) and very low levels of trans-fatty acids (<0.5%). The total phytosterol and triglyceride content in both ingredients are also very similar.

SUBSTANTIAL EQUIVALENCE OPINION Arachidonic acid-rich oil ...
The arachidonic acid content and overall fatty acid profile of the novel ingredient and its authorised counterpart are very similar; therefore the nutritional value and metabolism would not be expected to differ. Intended Uses The novel oil is intended to supplement the arachidonic acid content of infant formula, follow on formula and formula ...

Trans-fatty acids Not more than 2,0 % 2.4.2015 EN Official Jour nal of the European Union L 90/9 . ANNEX II Author ised uses of oil from the micro-algae Schizochytr ium sp. (Amer ican Type Culture Collection (ATCC) PTA-9695) Food categor y Maximum use ...

acids to energy intake is also similar: saturated or trans fatty acids providing <10% energy; polyunsaturated fatty acids also providing <10% energy intake; and monounsaturated fatty acids providing around 10-20% of energy. These recommendations are also in line with the advice of the DNSG of the EASD.

2 Food Safety Authority of Ireland Nutritional value and Metabolism The novel ingredient is compositionally very similar to the authorised DHA-rich algal oil and therefore it is reasonable to conclude that both oils will be similar in terms of nutritional

Sacha Inchi Oil SUMMARY
of trans-fatty acids (<0.1%). Intended Uses . The applicants intend placing the novel oil on the EU market in the same food categories and at the same use levels as the existing Inca inchi oil which will include use as a salad dressing as well as incorporation into a range of foods and food supplements ...

Nutrition and Health Claims Legislation | FAQ' s | The ...
Yes. Nutrition claims referring to the reduction of fat, saturated fatty acids, trans fatty acids, sugars and salt/sodium will be allowed without reference to a profile for the specific nutrient, provided they comply with the conditions laid down in the Regulation.

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland
14 results for 'calorie counting on menus' (Page 3) National consultation on calories on menus legislation It will require all menus, including boards, leaflets and digital menus to display calorie details alongside the price in the same font size and colour.

C20:1 n-9 fatty alcohol > 9 % C22:1 n-11 fatty alcohol > 12 % Trans fatty acids < 1 % Astaxanthin esters < 0,1 % Peroxide value < 3 meq. O2/kg 16.12.2017 EN Official Jour nal of the European Union L 336/47 . ANNEX II AUTHORISED USES OF OIL FROM CAL ANUS FINMARCHICUS Food categor y Maximum level Food ...

Minutes of Meeting of the Retail Forum - 26 November 2014 ...
Trans Fatty Acids. The EU and the Joint Research Centre have been working on a trans fatty acids in foods report which is due to be published in December. The report will examine the presence of trans fats in foods and in the overall diet of the EU population.

Commission Regulation (EU) No 1047/2012 of 8 November 2012 ...
(a) if the sum of saturated fatty acids and of trans-fatty acids in the product bearing the claim is at least 30 % less than the sum of saturated fatty acids and of trans-fatty acids in a similar product; and (b) if the content in trans-fatty acids in the product bearing the claim is equal to or less than in a similar product.

L 103/34 EN Official Jour nal of the European Union
Trans-fatty acids Not more than 1 % w/w EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) Not less than 15 % of total fatty acids DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) Not less than 7 % of total fatty acids (1) Expressed as water activity at 25 °C. ANNEX II Author ised uses of a lipid extract ...

Sacha Inchi Virgin Oil
poly-unsaturated fatty acids, particularly linoleic and linolenic fatty acids, with relatively low levels of saturated fatty acids. The novel oil is equivalent to the comparator oil in terms of tocopherol content, which helps with oxidative stability, as well as cholesterol content and low levels of trans-fatty acids (<0.1%).

COMMISSION DECISION of 15 May 2007 authorising the placing ...
Free fatty acids (expressed as oleic acid) Not more than 2 % Monoacylglycerols (MAG) Not more than 10 % Diacylglycerols (DAG) Not more than 25 % Triacylglycerols (TAG) Making up the balance Phytosterol fraction: β-sitosterol Not more than 80 % β-sitostanol Not more than 15 % campesterol Not more than 40 % campestanol Not more than 5 %

peroxide value, moisture and volatiles, unsaponifiables trans-fatty acids and minimum DHA content as set out in Annex I of Commission Implementing Decision 2014/463/EU. Laboratory analysis of the novel ingredient and commercially available samples of the authorised comparator demonstrated a close similarity in the fatty acid profiles.

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