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The Food (Jelly Mini-Cups) (Emergency Control) (Scotland) Regulations 2009

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2.—(1) In these Regulations—

the Act” means the Food Safety Act 1990(1);

“the 1990 Regulations” means the Food Safety (Sampling and Qualifications) Regulations 1990(2);

“commercial operation” does not include exporting;

“the Commission Decision” means Commission Decision 2004/374/EC suspending the placing on the market and import of jelly mini-cups containing the food additives E400, E401, E402, E403, E404, E405, E406, E407, E407a, E410, E412, E413, E414, E415, E417 and/or 418(3);

“controlled jelly mini-cups” means any jelly mini-cups which contain any of the relevant food additives and which are intended for human consumption;

“food authority” has the meaning that it bears by virtue of section 5(2) of the Act; and

“the relevant food additives” means the food additives E400: alginic acid; E401: sodium alginate; E402: potassium alginate; E403: ammonium alginate; E404: calcium alginate; E405: propane 1,2-diol alginate; E406: agar; E407: carrageenan; E407a: processed euchema seaweed; E410: locust bean gum; E412: guar gum; E413: tragacanth; E414: acacia gum; E415: xanthan gum; E417: tara gum and E418: gellan gum.

(2) Any expression used both in these Regulations and in the Commission Decision has the same meaning as in the Commission Decision.

(3) Any expression which is used both in these Regulations and in the Act has, save where otherwise indicated, the same meaning as in the Act.

(2)

S.I. 1990/2463, to which there are amendments not relevant to these Regulations.

(3)

O.J. No. L 118, 23.4.2004, p.70.

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