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12.12.2013   

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Official Journal of the European Union

L 333/54


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) No 1321/2013

of 10 December 2013

establishing the Union list of authorised smoke flavouring primary products for use as such in or on foods and/or for the production of derived smoke flavourings

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 2065/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 November 2003 on smoke flavourings used or intended to be used in or on foods (1), and in particular Article 6 thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Article 10(2) of Regulation (EC) No 2065/2003 provides for the initial establishment of a Union list of authorised smoke flavouring primary products (hereinafter referred to as ‘primary products’). That list is to be established on the basis of applications for authorisation submitted by business operators and the opinion issued by the European Food Safety Authority (‘the Authority’) on the relevant primary product.

(2)

In accordance with Article 10 of Regulation (EC) No 2065/2003, the Authority received 14 valid applications for authorisation of primary products before 16 June 2005. Three applications have been withdrawn. Therefore the Authority has evaluated in total 11 primary products. One evaluated application has been withdrawn after completion of the evaluation.

(3)

According to Article 4(1) of Regulation (EC) No 2065/2003 the authorisation of smoke flavourings may be subject to specific conditions of use and according to Article 9(3) of that Regulation authorisations should be granted for 10 years, renewable in accordance with Article 12 of that Regulation.

(4)

Primary products and derived smoke flavourings are used in or on food to impart a smoke taste or to complement another flavour without imparting smoke flavour. They are also used to smoke meat, fish and dairy products. The refined exposure study carried out by Rijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu (RIVM) (2) shows that regardless of the exposure calculation method used, the main contributors to the high intake are predominantly foods that used to be traditionally smoked, such as cooked smoked sausage and bacon. The food groups that are not traditionally smoked, such as crisps, soups and sauces, do not significantly affect exposure. Because primary products are produced from smoke which is subjected to fractionation and purification processes, the use of smoke flavourings is generally considered to be of less health concern than the use of smoke that is made by burning wood or by heating saw dust or small wood chips (3).

(5)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product Scansmoke PB1110, adopted on 26 March 2009 (4), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. However the uses and use levels as originally proposed by the applicant would provide an insufficient margin of safety. The uses and the use levels have been revised to take into account this opinion. The primary product Scansmoke PB1110 should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(6)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product Zesti Smoke Code 10, adopted on 29 January 2009 (5) and on 6 July 2011 (6), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. However, the uses and use levels as originally proposed by the applicant provide an insufficient margin of safety. The uses and the use levels have been revised to take into account this opinion. The primary product Zesti Smoke Code 10 should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(7)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product Smoke Concentrate 809045, adopted on 29 January 2009 (7), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. The uses and use levels as proposed by the applicant do not give rise to safety concern. The primary product Smoke Concentrate 809045 should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(8)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product Scansmoke SEF 7525, adopted on 14 May 2009 (8), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. The uses and use levels as proposed by the applicant do not give rise to safety concern. The primary product Scansmoke SEF 7525 should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(9)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product SmokEz C-10, adopted on 14 May 2009 (9) and on 4 July 2012 (10), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. However, the uses and use levels as originally proposed by the applicant provide an insufficient margin of safety. The uses and the use levels have been revised to take into account this opinion. The primary product SmokEz C-10 should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(10)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product SmokEz Enviro-23, adopted on 14 May 2009 (11) and on 4 July 2012 (12), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. However, the uses and use levels as originally proposed by the applicant provide an insufficient margin of safety. The uses and the use levels have been revised to take into account this opinion. The primary product SmokEz Enviro-23 should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(11)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product TradismokeTM A MAX, adopted on 26 November 2009 (13), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. However, the uses and use levels as originally proposed by the applicant provide an insufficient margin of safety. The uses and the use levels have been revised to take into account this opinion. The primary product TradismokeTM A MAX should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(12)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product Scansmoke R909, adopted on 26 November 2009 (14), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. However, the uses and use levels as originally proposed by the applicant provide an insufficient margin of safety. The uses and the use levels have been revised to take into account this opinion. The applicant notified to the Commission on 26 November 2012 that the name of the primary product had been changed to proFagus-Smoke R709. The primary product proFagus-Smoke R709 should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(13)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product Fumokomp, adopted on 24 September 2009 (15) and on 6 July 2011 (16), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. The uses and use levels as proposed by the applicant do not give rise to safety concern. The primary product Fumokomp should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(14)

The safety assessment of the Authority on the primary product AM 01, adopted on 26 November 2009 (17) and on 2 February 2012 (18), concludes that the data provided by the applicant is sufficient to eliminate the concerns over its genotoxicity. However, the uses and use levels as originally proposed by the applicant provide an insufficient margin of safety. The uses and the use levels have been revised to take into account this opinion. The primary product AM 01 should therefore be authorised subject to specific conditions of use.

(15)

In respect of each authorised primary product, the Union list should provide a unique product code, the name of the product, the name and address of the authorisation holder, a description and characterisation of the product, the conditions of its use in or on specific foods or food categories, the date from which the product is authorised and the date until which the product is authorised. For the purpose of this Regulation, the food categories as laid down in Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 1333/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on food additives (19), should be referred to.

(16)

Conditions for the production of primary products are laid down in Annex I of the Regulation (EC) No 2065/2003 including maximum content of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.

(17)

When authorised smoke flavourings are used in or on food, their use must be in accordance with the conditions of use, including maximum levels, set in the Annex to this Regulation. When authorised smoke flavourings are used in combination, the individual levels should be reduced proportionally.

(18)

Smoking by regenerated smoke is a process of treating food by exposing it to smoke which is regenerated by atomizing smoke flavourings in a smoking chamber under the time and temperature conditions similar to those for hot or cold smoking. In that case it is difficult to estimate how much of the smoke flavourings will be present in the final food as marketed due to loss of smoke flavouring during smoking. Therefore, the use should be in accordance with good manufacturing practices.

(19)

Unless subject to further restrictions, an authorised smoke flavouring may be present in food, other than by direct addition, as a result of carry-over from an ingredient in which the smoke flavouring was permitted, provided that the level of the smoke flavouring in the final food is no greater than would be introduced by the use of the ingredient under proper technological conditions and good manufacturing practice.

(20)

The Union list of smoke flavourings should apply without prejudice to other provisions laid down in sector specific legislation.

(21)

Since smoke flavourings are already on the market in the Member States, provisions have been made to ensure that the transition to a Union authorisation procedure is smooth. To this effect transitional periods have been laid down in Article 20 of Regulation (EC) No 2065/2003.

(22)

Pursuant to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 2065/2003, authorisations are renewable for 10-year periods on application to the Commission by the authorisation holder. The application must be accompanied by the documents listed in Article 12(2) of that Regulation. Those documents must include any available information concerning toxicological data following the advice of Authority given in its guidance document of 7 October 2004 or its latest update.

(23)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on Food Chain and Animal Health,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

The list of the smoke flavouring primary products authorised to the exclusion of all others in the Union for use in or on foods and/or for the production of derived smoke flavourings, as referred to in Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 2065/2003, is laid down in the Annex to this Regulation.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

The list of the authorised smoke flavourings is established with the effect from 1 January 2014.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 10 December 2013.

For the Commission

The President

José Manuel BARROSO


(1)  OJ L 309, 26.11.2003, p. 1.

(2)  ‘Refined exposure assessment of smoke flavouring primary products with use levels provided by the industry. A pilot study into data collection of use levels.’ RIVM Letter report 320026003.

(3)  EFSA Journal 2008; 724, 1-114.

(4)  EFSA Journal 2009; ON-1056, 1-23.

(5)  EFSA Journal 2009; ON-982, 1-24.

(6)  EFSA Journal 2011; 9(7):2307.

(7)  EFSA Journal 2009; ON-981, 1-19.

(8)  EFSA Journal 2009; 1224, 1-24.

(9)  EFSA Journal 2009; 1225, 1-28.

(10)  EFSA Journal 2012; 10(7)2830.

(11)  EFSA Journal 2009; 1226, 1-26.

(12)  EFSA Journal 2012; 10(7)2829.

(13)  EFSA Journal 2010; 8(1):1394.

(14)  EFSA Journal 2010; 8(1):1395.

(15)  EFSA Journal 2009; 7(9):1343.

(16)  EFSA Journal 2011; 9(7):2308.

(17)  EFSA Journal 2010; 8(1):1396.

(18)  EFSA Journal 2012; 10(2):2580.

(19)  OJ L 354, 31.12.2008, p. 16.


ANNEX

Union list of authorised smoke flavouring primary products for use as such in or on foods and/or for the production of derived smoke flavourings

Note 1:

Maximum levels refer to levels in or on food as marketed. By way of derogation from this principle, for dried and/or concentrated foods which need to be reconstituted the maximum levels shall apply to the food as reconstituted according to the instructions on the label taking into account the minimum dilution factor. If primary products are used for the production of the derived smoke flavourings, the maximum levels shall be adjusted accordingly.

Note 2:

When combinations of smoke flavourings are used in or on foodstuffs, the individual levels shall be reduced proportionally.

Note 3:

In case smoke flavourings are permitted to be used in processed meat (food category 8.2) or in processed fish and fishery products (food category 9.2) and these foods are smoked in a smoking chamber by regenerating smoke by using these permitted smoke flavourings, the use shall be in accordance with good manufacturing practices.

Note 4:

The presence of a smoke flavouring shall be permitted:

(a)

in a compound food other than as referred to in the Annex, where the primary product is permitted in one of the ingredients of the compound food;

(b)

in a food which is to be used solely in the preparation of a compound food and provided that the compound food complies with this Regulation.

This shall not apply to infant formulae, follow-on formulae, processed cereal-based foods and baby foods and dietary foods for special medical purposes intended for infants and young children as referred to in Directive 2009/39/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 May 2009 on foodstuffs intended for particular nutritional uses (1).

Unique code

SF-001

Name of the product

Scansmoke PB 1110

Name of the authorisation holder

Azelis Denmark A/S

Address of the authorisation holder

Lundtoftegaardsvej 95

2800 Lyngby

DENMARK

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source materials:

90 % beech (Fagus sylvatica), 10 % oak (Quercus alba)

2.

Specifications:

pH: 2,1 – 2,9

Water: 47,0 – 56,0 %

Acid % (expressed as acetic acid): 8 – 12 %

Carbonyl compounds: 17 – 25 %

Phenols (as syringol, mg/g): 10,5 – 20,1

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5,0 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3,0 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1,0 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1,0 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.7.

Cheese and cheese products

2,0

2.

Fats and oils and fat and oil emulsions

0,002

3.

Edible ices

0,005

5.

Confectionery

0,05

8.1.2.

Meat preparations as defined by Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council (2)

2,0

8.2.

Processed meat

2,0

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

2,0

9.3.

Fish roe

2,0

12.2.

Herbs, spices, seasonings

2,3

12.5.

Soups and broths

0,23

12.6.

Sauces

1,0

12.7.

Salads and savoury based sandwich spreads

0,23

14.1.

Non-alcoholic beverages

0,02

14.2.

Alcoholic beverages, including alcohol-free and low-alcohol counterparts

0,02

15.

Ready-to-eat savouries and snacks

2,0

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


Unique code

SF-002

Name of the product

Zesti Smoke Code 10

Name of the authorisation holder

Mastertaste

Address of the authorisation holder

Draycott Mills

Cam

Dursley

Gloucestershire GL11 5NA

UNITED KINGDOM

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source material:

50 – 60 % of hickory (Carya ovata), 40 – 50 % oak (Quercus alba)

2.

Specifications:

pH: 2,0 – 2,5

Water: 62,3 – 65,7 %

Acid % (expressed as acetic acid): 10,5 – 11 %

Carbonyl compounds (g/100 ml): 15 – 25

Phenols (mg/ml): 12 – 22

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5,0 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3,0 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1,0 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1,0 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.7.

Cheese and cheese products

0,50

1.8.

Dairy analogues, including beverage whiteners

0,50

4.2.

Processed fruits and vegetables

0,30

8.1.2.

Meat preparations as defined by Regulation (EC) No 853/2004

2,5

8.2.

Processed meat

2,5

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

2,0

9.3.

Fish roe

2,0

12.2.

Herbs, spices, seasonings

3,0

12.5.

Soups and broths

0,30

12.6.

Sauces

1,0

12.9.

Protein products, excluding products covered in category 1.8

1,0

15.

Ready-to-eat savouries and snacks

3,0

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


Unique code

SF-003

Name of the product

Smoke Concentrate 809045

Name of the authorisation holder

Symrise AG

Address of the authorisation holder

Mühlenfeldstraße 1

37603 Holzminden

GERMANY

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source material:

Beech (Fagus sylvatica)

2.

Specifications:

pH: 2 – 3

Water: 5 – 15 %

Acid % (expressed as acetic acid): 8 – 15 %

Carbonyl compounds: 10 – 20 %

Phenols: 0,2 – 0,6 %

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.

Dairy products and analogue

0,50

4.2.

Processed fruits and vegetables

0,30

6.4.5.

Fillings of stuffed pasta (ravioli and similar)

1,0

7.1.

Breads and rolls

0,60

7.2.

Fine bakery wares

0,60

8.

Meat

0,60

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

0,60

9.3.

Fish roe

0,60

12.2.

Herbs, spices, seasonings

3,0

12.5.

Soups and broths

0,60

12.6.

Sauces

4,0

12.7.

Salads and savoury based sandwich spreads

1,0

12.9.

Protein products, excluding products covered in category 1.8

1,0

15.

Ready-to-eat savouries and snacks

3,0

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


Unique code

SF-004

Name of the product

Scansmoke SEF 7525

Name of the authorisation holder

Azelis Denmark A/S

Address of the authorisation holder

Lundtoftegaardsvej 95

2800 Lyngby

DENMARK

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source materials:

35 % red oak (Quercus rubra), 35 % white oak (Quercus alba), 10 % maple (Acer saccharum), 10 % beech (Fagus grandifolia) and 10 % hickory (Carya ovata).

2.

Specifications:

Water: 0,3 – 0,9 wt. %

Acid (expressed as acetic acid): 0,09 – 0,25 meq/g

Carbonyl compounds: 1,2 – 3,0 wt. %

Phenols: 8 – 12 wt. %

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5,0 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3,0 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1,0 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1,0 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.

Dairy products and analogue

0,16

2.

Fats and oils and fat and oil emulsions

0,05

4.2.

Processed fruits and vegetables

0,05

5.

Confectionery

0,08

6.

Cereals and cereal products

0,05

7.1.

Breads and rolls

0,08

7.2.

Fine bakery wares

0,08

8.

Meat

0,16

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

0,16

9.3.

Fish roe

0,16

10.2.

Processed eggs and egg products

0,05

12.2.

Herbs, spices, seasonings

0,18

12.5.

Soups and broths

0,05

12.6.

Sauces

0,05

12.7.

Salads and savoury based sandwich spreads

0,05

12.9.

Protein products, excluding products covered in category 1.8

0,05

14.1.

Non-alcoholic beverages

0,05

14.2.

Alcoholic beverages, including alcohol-free and low-alcohol counterparts

0,05

15.

Ready-to-eat savouries and snacks

0,08

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


Unique code

SF-005

Name of the product

SmokEz C-10

Name of the authorisation holder

Red Arrow Products Company LLC

Address of the authorisation holder

P.O. Box 1537

633 South 20th street

Manitowoc, WI 54221- 1537

USA

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source materials:

 

Maple (Acer saccharum): 25 – 60 %

 

Oak (Quercus alba): 10 – 40 %

 

Hickory (Carya ovata): 10 – 25 %

 

Ash (Fraxinus americana), birch (Betula papyrifera and Betula alleghanisensis), cherry (Prunus serotina), beech (Facus grandifolia): 0 – 15 % (in total)

2.

Specifications:

pH: 2,15 – 2,6

Water: 60,7 – 65,1 %

Acid % (expressed as acetic acid): 10,5 – 12,0 wt. %

Carbonyl compounds: 12,0 – 17,0 wt. %

Phenols: 10,0 – 15,0 mg/ml

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5,0 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3,0 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1,0 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1,0 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.7.

Cheese and cheese products

0,20

8.1.2.

Meat preparations as defined by Regulation (EC) no 853/2004

2,5

8.2.

Processed meat

2,5

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

2,0

9.3.

Fish roe

2,0

12.2.

Herbs, spices, seasoning and condiments

3,0

12.6.

Sauces and like products

3,0

15.

Ready-to-eat savouries and snacks

3,0

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


Unique code

SF-006

Name of the product

SmokEz Enviro-23

Name of the authorisation holder

Red Arrow Products Company LLC

Address of the authorisation holder

P.O. Box 1537

633 South 20th street

Manitowoc, WI 54221- 1537

USA

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source materials:

 

Maple (Acer saccharum): 25 – 65 %

 

Oak (Quercus alba): 20 – 75 %

 

Hickory (Carya ovata), ash (Fraxinus americana), birch (Betula papyrifera and Betula alleghanisensis), cherry (Prunus serotina), beech (Facus grandifolia): 0 – 15 % (in total)

2.

Specifications:

pH: 2,8 – 3,2

Water: 57,0 – 64,4 %

Acid % (expressed as acetic acid): 6,0 – 7,0 wt. %

Carbonyl compounds: 16,0 – 24,0 wt. %

Phenols: 10,0 – 16,0 mg/ml

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5,0 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3,0 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1,0 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1,0 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.7.

Cheese and cheese products

2,0

8.1.2.

Meat preparations as defined by Regulation (EC) no 853/2004

5,0

8.2.

Processed meat

5,0

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

2,0

9.3.

Fish roe

2,0

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


Unique code

SF-007

Name of the product

TradismokeTM A MAX

Name of the authorisation holder

Nactis

Address of the authorisation holder

36, rue Gutenberg – ZI La Marinière

91070 Bondoufle

FRANCE

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source materials:

Beech (Fagus grandifolia)

2.

Specifications:

pH: 1,5 – 2,5

Water: 50 – 58 wt. %

Acid % (expressed as acetic acid): 13 – 16 wt. %

Carbonyl compounds: 17 – 22 wt. %

Phenols: 30 – 45 mg/ml

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5,0 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3,0 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1,0 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1,0 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.4.

Flavoured fermented milk products including heat treated products

1,0

1.6.3.

Other creams

1,0

1.7.3.

Edible cheese rind

1,0

1.7.5.

Processed cheeses

1,0

2.

Fats and oils and fat and oil emulsions

1,0

8.1.2.

Meat preparations as defined by Regulation (EC) No 853/2004

4,0

8.2.

Processed meat

4,0

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

4,0

9.3.

Fish roe

4,0

12.2.

Herbs, spices, seasonings

1,0

12.5.

Soups and broths

0,50

12.6.

Sauces

1,0

14.1.

Non-alcoholic beverages

0,10

14.2.

Alcoholic beverages, including alcohol-free and low-alcohol counterparts

0,10

15.

Ready-to-eat savouries and snacks

1,0

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


Unique code

SF-008

Name of the product

proFagus-Smoke R709

Name of the authorisation holder

ProFagus Gmbh

Address of the authorisation holder

Uslarer Strasse 30

37194 Bodenfelde

GERMANY

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source materials:

90 % beech (Fagus sylvatica), 10 % oak (Quercus alba)

2.

Specifications:

pH: 2,0 – 2,5

Water: 76,7 – 83,5 %

Acid (expressed as acetic acid): 10,5 – 12,5 meq/g

Carbonyl compounds: 5 – 10 wt. %

Phenols: 5 – 10 wt. %

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5,0 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3,0 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1,0 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1,0 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.7.

Cheese and cheese products

2,5

2.

Fats and oils and fat and oil emulsions

0,002

3.

Edible ices

0,005

4.2.

Processed fruits and vegetables

0,55

5.

Confectionery

0,10

8.1.2.

Meat preparations as defined by Regulation (EC) No 853/2004

2,5

8.2.

Processed meat

2,5

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

2,5

9.3.

Fish roe

2,5

12.2.

Herbs, spices, seasonings

4,0

12.4.

Mustard

0,10

12.5.

Soups and broths

0,28

12.6.

Sauces

1,5

12.7.

Salads and savoury based sandwich spreads

0,40

14.1.

Non-alcoholic beverages

0,10

14.2.

Alcoholic beverages, including alcohol-free and low-alcohol counterparts

0,02

15.

Ready-to-eat savouries and snacks

2,5

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


Unique code

SF-009

Name of the product

Fumokomp

Name of the authorisation holder

Kompozíció Kft

Address of the authorisation holder

Kompozíció Kft

2053 Herceghalom

HUNGARY

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source materials:

85 % beech (Fagus sylvatica), 15 % hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)

2.

Specifications:

Water content: < 2 w/w %

Acid % (expressed as acetic acid): 1 – 8 w/w %

Carbonyl compounds: 25 – 30 w/w %

Phenols: 15 – 60 w/w %

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5,0 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3,0 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1,0 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1,0 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.4.

Flavoured fermented milk products including heat treated products

0,06

1.6.3.

Other creams

0,06

1.7.

Cheese and cheese products

0,06

1.8.

Dairy analogues, including beverage whiteners

0,06

2.

Fats and oils and fat and oil emulsions

0,06

3.

Edible ices

0,06

4.2.

Processed fruit and vegetables

0,06

5.

Confectionery

0,06

6.3.

Breakfast cereals

0,06

6.4.5.

Fillings of stuffed pasta (ravioli and similar)

0,06

6.5.

Noodles

0,06

6.6.

Batters

0,06

6.7.

Pre-cooked or processed cereals

0,06

7.1.

Breads and rolls

0,06

7.2.

Fine bakery wares

0,06

8.

Meat

0,06

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

0,06

9.3.

Fish roe

0,06

10.2.

Processed eggs and egg products

0,06

12.2.

Herbs, spices, seasonings

0,06

12.3.

Vinegar

0,06

12.4.

Mustard

0,06

12.5.

Soups and broths

0,06

12.6.

Sauces

0,06

12.7.

Salads and savoury based sandwich spreads

0,06

12.9.

Protein products, excluding products covered in category 1.8

0,06

13.3.

Dietary foods for weight control diets intended to replace total daily food intake or an individual meal

0,06

13.4.

Foodstuffs suitable for people intolerant to gluten as defined by Regulation (EC) No 41/2009 (3)

0,06

14.1.4.

Flavoured drinks

0,06

14.1.5.2.

Other

0,06

14.2.

Alcoholic beverages, including alcohol-free and low-alcohol counterparts

0,06

15.

Ready-to-eat savouries and snacks

0,06

16.

Desserts excluding products covered in category 1, 3 and 4

0,06

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


Unique code

SF-010

Name of the product

AM 01

Name of the authorisation holder

AROMARCO, s.r.o

Address of the authorisation holder

Mlynská 15

929 01 Dunajská Streda

SLOVAKIA

Description and characterisation of the product

1.

Source materials:

Beech (Fagus sylvatica)

2.

Specifications:

Solvent: ethanol/water mixture (approx. 60/40 wt. %)

Acid (expressed as acetic acid): 3,5 – 5,2 g/kg

Carbonyl compounds: 6,0 – 10,0 g/kg

Phenols: 8,0 – 14,0 g/kg

3.

Purity criteria:

Lead: < 5,0 mg/kg

Arsenic: < 3,0 mg/kg

Cadmium: < 1,0 mg/kg

Mercury: < 1,0 mg/kg

Conditions of use

Food category

Maximum level g/kg

1.4.

Flavoured fermented milk products including heat treated products

0,60

1.6.3.

Other creams

0,60

1.7.

Cheese and cheese products

0,60

1.8.

Dairy analogues, including beverage whiteners

0,60

2.

Fats and oils and fat and oil emulsions

0,40

8.1.2.

Meat preparations as defined by Regulation (EC) no 853/2004

0,85

8.2.

Processed meat

0,85

9.2.

Processed fish and fishery products including crustaceans and molluscs

0,80

9.3.

Fish roe

0,80

14.2.

Alcoholic beverages, including alcohol-free and low-alcohol counterparts

0,02

15.

Ready-to-eat savouries and snacks

1,30

Date from which the product is authorised

1 January 2014

Date until which the product is authorised

1 January 2024


(1)  OJ L 124, 20.5.2009, p. 21.

(2)  OJ L 139, 30.4.2004, p. 55.

(3)  OJ L 16, 21.1.2009, p. 3.


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