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First Commission Directive of 15 July 1986 laying down methods of sampling for chemical analysis of edible caseins and caseinates (86/424/EEC)

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Article 1.The sampling requirements referred to in Article 9, paragraph (b)...

  3. Article 2.Member States shall take all necessary measures in order to...

  4. Article 3.This Directive is addressed to all the Member States.

  5. Signature

    1. ANNEX

      METHODS OF SAMPLING RELATED TO THE CONTROL OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF CERTAIN EDIBLE CASEINS AND CASEINATES INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION

      1. I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

        1. 1. Administrative instructions

          1. 1.1. Personnel

          2. 1.2. Sealing and labelling of samples

          3. 1.3. Replicate samples

          4. 1.4. Report

        2. 2. Sampling equipment

          1. 2.1. Specifications

        3. 3. Sampling containers

          1. 3.1. Specifications

        4. 4. Sampling technique

        5. 5. Storage of samples

        6. 6. Transport of samples

      2. II. METHOD — SAMPLING OF EDIBLE CASEINS AND CASEINATES

        1. 1. Scope and field of application

        2. 2. Equipment

          1. 2.1. Borers

          2. 2.2. Spoon, spatula or scoop

          3. 2.3. Sample containers

        3. 3. Procedure

          1. 3.1. General

          2. 3.2. Procedure

            1. 3.2.1. Sampling

            2. 3.2.2. Sampling products packed in small retail packages

            3. 3.2.3. Preservation, storage and transport of sample

      3. III. BORERS FOR THE SAMPLING OF EDIBLE CASEINS AND CASEINATES IN...

        1. 1. Types of borer

        2. 2. Materials

        3. 3. Construction

          1. 3.1. Shape, material and finish shall be such as to permit...

          2. 3.2. The protruding edge of the blade of type A shall...

          3. 3.3. The point of the blade shall be sufficiently sharp as...

        4. 4. Principal dimensions

        5. 5. Note on use of borers

          1. 5.1. With less free-flowing powders, the borers can be inserted vertically....

          2. 5.2. In the case of free-flowing powder, the containers shall be...

        6. Figure BORERS SUITABLE FOR THE SAMPLING OF CASEINS AND CASEINATES

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