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Standard 1.1A.7 Food Standards as made
This Standard incorporates paragraph 215(2)(e) of the former New Zealand Food Regulations (1984), in so far as it permits the addition of caffeine to artificial drinks. This Standard operates as a transitional standard only and ceases to have effect on 20 December 2003.
Administered by: Health
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 s 54(1)
Registered 23 Dec 2008
Gazetted 13 Dec 2002
Date of repeal 05 Oct 2006
Repealed by Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Amendment No. 88 – 2006

Standard 1.1A.7

 

TRANSITIONAL STANDARD FOR CAFFEINE IN artificial drinks

 

 

(New Zealand only)

 

Purpose

 

This Standard incorporates paragraph 215(2)(e) of the former New Zealand Food Regulations (1984), in so far as it permits the addition of caffeine to artificial drinks.  This Standard operates as a transitional standard only and ceases to have effect on 20 December 2003.

 

Table of Provisions

 

1            Interpretation

2            Application

3            Composition

 

Clauses

 

1            Interpretation

 

In this Standard -

 

artificial drink means a non-alcoholic beverage that is an unfermented mixture of drinking water which may contain other foods.

 

2            Application

 

(1)          Subject to subclause (2), for the matters regulated in this Standard, food produced in or imported into New Zealand must comply with this Standard.

 

(2)          This Standard does not apply to food produced or imported into Australia.

 

(3)          This Standard ceases to have effect on 20 December 2003.

 

3            Composition

 

(1)          An artificial drink may contain no more than 200 mg/kg of caffeine.