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Regulation (EC) No 767/2009 of the European Parliament and of the CouncilShow full title

Regulation (EC) No 767/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 on the placing on the market and use of feed, amending European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003 and repealing Council Directive 79/373/EEC, Commission Directive 80/511/EEC, Council Directives 82/471/EEC, 83/228/EEC, 93/74/EEC, 93/113/EC and 96/25/EC and Commission Decision 2004/217/EC (Text with EEA relevance)

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS

    1. Article 1.Objective

    2. Article 2.Scope

    3. Article 3.Definitions

  3. CHAPTER 2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

    1. Article 4.Safety and marketing requirements

    2. Article 5.Responsibilities and obligations of feed businesses

    3. Article 6.Restriction and prohibition

  4. CHAPTER 3 PLACING ON THE MARKET OF SPECIFIC TYPES OF FEED

    1. Article 7.Characteristics of types of feed

    2. Article 8.Content of feed additives

    3. Article 9.Marketing of feed intended for particular nutritional purposes

    4. Article 10.List of intended uses of feed intended for particular nutritional purposes

  5. CHAPTER 4 LABELLING, PRESENTATION AND PACKAGING

    1. Article 11.Principles for labelling and presentation

    2. Article 12.Responsibility

    3. Article 13.Claims

    4. Article 14.Presentation of labelling particulars

    5. Article 15.General mandatory labelling requirements

    6. Article 16.Specific mandatory labelling requirements for feed materials

    7. Article 17.Specific mandatory labelling requirements for compound feed

    8. Article 18.Additional mandatory labelling requirements for feed intended for particular nutritional purposes

    9. Article 19.Additional mandatory labelling requirements for pet food

    10. Article 20.Additional mandatory labelling requirements for non-compliant feed

    11. Article 21.Derogations

    12. Article 22.Voluntary labelling

    13. Article 23.Packaging

  6. CHAPTER 5 COMMUNITY CATALOGUE OF FEED MATERIALS AND COMMUNITY CODES OF GOOD LABELLING PRACTICE

    1. Article 24.Community Catalogue of feed materials

    2. Article 25.Community Codes of good labelling practice

    3. Article 26.Establishment of the Codes and amendments to the Community Catalogue and the Community Codes

  7. CHAPTER 6 GENERAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS

    1. Article 27.Implementing measures

    2. Article 28.Committee procedure

    3. Article 29.Amendment to Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003

    4. Article 30.Repeal

    5. Article 31.Penalties

    6. Article 32.Transitional measures

    7. Article 33.Entry into force

  8. Signature

    1. ANNEX I

      Technical provisions on impurities, milk replacer, feed materials for binding or denaturising, the ash level and moisture content as referred to in Article 4

      1. 1. In accordance with good practice as referred to in Article...

      2. 2. The botanical purity of feed materials shall not be less...

      3. 3. The iron level in milk replacer feed for calves of...

      4. 4. Where feed materials are used to denature or bind other...

      5. 5. The level of ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid shall not...

      6. 6. Provided that no other level is laid down in Annex...

    2. ANNEX II

      General provisions on labelling as referred to in Article 11(4)

      1. 1. Contents or levels indicated or to be declared relate to...

      2. 2. The numeric indication of dates shall follow the order of...

      3. 3. Synonymic expressions in certain languages;

      4. 4. The instructions for proper use of complementary feed and feed...

      5. 5. Without affecting the analytical methods, for pet food the expression...

    3. ANNEX III

      List of materials whose placing on the market or use for animal nutritional purposes is restricted or prohibited as referred to in Article 6

      1. Chapter 1: Prohibited materials Faeces, urine and separated digestive tract...

    4. ANNEX IV

      Permitted tolerances for the compositional labelling of feed materials or compound feed provided for in Article 11(5)

      1. Part A: Tolerances for the analytical constituents set out in Annexes I, V, VI and VII (1) The tolerances laid down in this Part include technical...

        1. (1) The tolerances laid down in this Part include technical and...

        2. (2) Where the composition of a feed material or compound feed...

      2. Part B: Tolerances for feed additives labelled according to Annexes I, V,...

        1. 1. The tolerances laid down in this Part include technical deviation...

        2. 2. Where a minimum and/or a maximum content of an additive...

        3. 3. As long as the fixed maximum content of an additive...

    5. ANNEX V

    6. ANNEX VI

      Labelling particulars for feed materials and compound feed for food-producing animals

      1. Chapter I: Compulsory and voluntary labelling of feed additives as referred to in Article 15(f) and 22(1) 1. The following additives shall be listed, along with their...

        1. 1. The following additives shall be listed, along with their specific...

        2. 2. For feed additives of the functional group vitamins, pro-vitamins and...

        3. 3. The name of the functional group as referred to in...

        4. 4. Feed additives emphasised on the labelling in words, pictures or...

        5. 5. The person responsible for the labelling shall disclose the names,...

        6. 6. Feed additives not mentioned in points 1, 2 and 4...

        7. 7. Without prejudice to point 6, where a sensory or nutritional...

        8. 8. If an additive belongs to more than one of the...

        9. 9. Labelling particulars concerning the proper use of feed materials and...

      2. Chapter II: Labelling of analytical constituents as referred to in Articles 17(1)(f) and 22(1) 1. The analytical constituents of compound feed for food producing...

        1. 1. The analytical constituents of compound feed for food producing animals...

        2. 2. Substances indicated under this heading, which are also sensory or...

        3. 3. If the energy value and/or protein value are indicated, such...

    7. ANNEX VII

      Labelling particulars for feed materials and compound feed for non-food producing animals

      1. Chapter I: Compulsory and voluntary labelling of feed additives as referred to in Articles 15(f) and 22(1) 1. The following additives shall be listed, along with their...

        1. 1. The following additives shall be listed, along with their specific...

        2. 2. For feed additives of the functional group vitamins, pro-vitamins and...

        3. 3. The name of the functional group as referred to in...

        4. 4. Feed additives emphasised on the labelling in words, pictures or...

        5. 5. By way of derogation from point 1, for additives of...

        6. 6. The person responsible for the labelling shall disclose the names,...

        7. 7. Feed additives not mentioned in point 1, 2 and 4...

        8. 8. Without prejudice to point 7, where a sensory or nutritional...

        9. 9. If an additive belongs to more than one of the...

        10. 10. Labelling particulars concerning the proper use of feed materials and...

      2. Chapter II: Labelling of analytical constituents as referred to in Articles 17(1)(f) and 22(1) 1. The analytical constituents of compound feed for non-food producing...

        1. 1. The analytical constituents of compound feed for non-food producing animals...

        2. 2. Substances indicated under this heading, which are also sensory or...

        3. 3. If the energy value and/or protein value are indicated, such...

    8. ANNEX VIII

      Specific provisions for the labelling of feed which does not comply with safety and marketing requirements under Community law as referred to in Article 20(1)

      1. 1. Contaminated materials shall be labelled as ‘ feed with excessive...

      2. 2. Where the contamination is intended to be reduced or eliminated...

      3. 3. Without prejudice to point 1 and 2, former foodstuffs that...

    9. ANNEX IX

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