|Made||11th March 2004|
|Coming into operation||1st April 2004|
In Schedule 1 (substances which may be added for specific nutritional purposes in designated PNU foods) -
For Schedule 2 (additional substances which may be added for specific nutritional purposes in foods for special medical purposes) there shall be substituted the contents of Schedule 1.
7. After Schedule 2 there shall be inserted as Schedule 3 the contents of Schedule 2.
Sealed with the Official Seal of the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety on
11th March 2004.
A senior officer of the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety
|Substance||Conditions of use|
|N-acetyl-L-methionine||Shall not be used except in foods intended for persons over 1 year of age.|
Category 2. Minerals
The principal Regulations apply to food for most particular nutritional uses (see the definition of "designated PNU foods" in regulation 2(1) of those Regulations). Where there has been added to that food for a specific nutritional purpose a substance falling within one of the following categories: vitamins; minerals; amino acids; carnitine and taurine; nucleotides; choline and inositol, those Regulations prohibit (in most cases from 1st April 2004) the sale of such food unless the substance is listed under the relevant category in Schedule 1 or, in the case of foods for special medical purposes, Schedule 1 or 2.
These Regulations -