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The Food Additives, Flavourings, Enzymes and Extraction Solvents Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2013

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Regulations 6 and 7

SCHEDULE 4Specified provisions of Regulation 1332/2008

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Article 4Requirement that food enzymes may not be placed on the market as such or used in foods unless they appear in the Union list of authorised enzymes provided for in Article 17 and in accordance with the prescribed specifications and conditions of use.
Article 5Prohibition on placing on the market of non-compliant food enzymes or foods containing such enzymes which do not comply with Regulation 1332/2008 and its implementing measures.
Article 14.1Requirement that a producer or user of a food enzyme shall inform the Commission immediately of any new scientific or technical information that might affect its safety assessment.
Article 14.2Requirement that a producer or user of an approved food enzyme that is prepared by production methods or using starting materials significantly different from those included in the risk assessment shall submit the necessary data to the Commission to allow an evaluation with regard to the modified production method or characteristics before marketing the enzyme.

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Provision of Regulation 1332/2008

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Article 10.1 (as read with Article 11)Requirements for labelling of food enzymes and preparations not intended for sale to the final consumer.
Article 12.1Requirements for labelling of food enzymes and preparations intended for sale to the final consumer.

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