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Standard 1.3.3 Food Standards as amended, taking into account amendments up to Food Standards (Application A1098 – Serine Protease (Chymotrypsin) as a Processing Aid (Enzyme)) Variation
Administered by: Health
Registered 10 Aug 2015
Start Date 06 Aug 2015
Date of repeal 01 Mar 2016
Repealed by Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code - Standard 5.1.1 - Revocation and Transitional Provisions - 2014 revision

Standard 1.3.3

 

Processing Aids

 

 

Purpose

 

This Standard regulates the use of processing aids in food manufacture, prohibiting their use in food unless there is a specific permission within this Standard.

 

Standard 1.3.1 regulates the use of food additives.

 

Table of Provisions

 

1             Interpretation

2             General prohibition on the use of processing aids

3             Generally permitted processing aids

3A          Restriction on the use of carbon monoxide in the processing of fish

4             Permitted antifoam agents

5             Permitted catalysts

6             Permitted decolourants, clarifying, filtration and adsorbent agents

7             Permitted desiccating preparations

8             Permitted ion exchange resins

9             Permitted lubricants, release and anti-stick agents

10           Permitted carriers, solvents and diluents

11           Permitted processing aids used in packaged water and in water used as an ingredient in other foods

12           Permitted bleaching agents, washing and peeling agents

13           Permitted extraction solvents

14           Permitted processing aids with miscellaneous functions

15           Permitted enzymes of animal origin

16           Permitted enzymes of plant origin

17           Permitted enzymes of microbial origin

18           Permitted microbial nutrients and microbial nutrient adjuncts

19           Dimethyl dicarbonate as a microbial control agent

 

Clauses

 

1             Interpretation

 

(1)           In this Standard –

 

approved food for use of phage means food that –

 

(a)           is ordinarily consumed in the same state as that in which it is sold; and

(b)          is solid; and

(c)           is one of the following –

 

(i)            meat;

(ii)           meat product;

(iii)          fish;

(iv)          fish product;

(v)           fruit;

(vi)          fruit product;

(vii)         vegetable;

(viii)        vegetable product;

(ix)          cheese; and

 

(d)          is not one of the following –

(i)            nuts in the shell and whole;

(ii)           raw fruits and vegetables that are intended for hulling, peeling or washing by the consumer.

 

dairy ingredient means an ingredient that is derived from a dairy source.

 

EC number (Enzyme Commission number) means the number which the Enzyme Commission uses to classify the principal enzyme activity.

 

maximum permitted level means the maximum amount of the processing aid which may be present in the food as specified in the Tables to clauses 3 to 18.

 

processing aid means a substance listed in clauses 3 to 19, where –

 

(a)           the substance is used in the processing of raw materials, foods or ingredients, to fulfil a technological purpose relating to treatment or processing, but does not perform a technological function in the final food; and

(b)          the proportion of the processing aid is no more than the maximum level necessary to achieve one or more technological functions under conditions of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).

 

silica or silicates includes sodium calcium polyphosphate silicate, sodium hexafluorosilicate, sodium metasilicate, sodium silicate, silica and modified silica that complies with a monograph specification in clause 2 or clause 3 of Standard 1.3.4.

 

(2)           In this Standard, the letters ‘ATCC’ followed by a number is a reference to the number which the American Type Culture Collection uses to identify a prokaryote.

 

2             General prohibition on the use of processing aids

 

Unless expressly permitted in this Standard, processing aids must not be added to food.

 

3             Generally permitted processing aids

 

Subject to clause 3A, the following processing aids may be used in the course of manufacture of any food at a level necessary to achieve a function in the processing of that food –

 

(a)          foods, including water; and

(b)          food additives listed in Schedule 2 of Standard 1.3.1; and

(c)          a processing aid specified in the Table to this clause.

 

Table to clause 3

 

Activated carbon

Ammonia

Ammonium hydroxide

Argon

Bone phosphate

Carbon monoxide

Diatomaceous earth

Ethoxylated fatty alcohols

Ethyl alcohol

Fatty acid polyalkylene glycol ester

Furcellaran

Hydrogenated glucose syrups

Isopropyl alcohol

Magnesium hydroxide

Oleic acid

Oleyl oleate

Oxygen

Perlite

Phospholipids

Phosphoric acid

Polyethylene glycols

Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids

Polyglycerol esters of interesterified ricinoleic acid

Polyoxyethylene 40 stearate

Potassium hydroxide

Propylene glycol alginate

Silica or silicates

Sodium hydroxide

Sodium lauryl sulphate

Sulphuric acid

Tannic acid

 

3A          Restriction on the use of carbon monoxide in the processing of fish

 

(1)           Carbon monoxide must not be used in the processing of fish as a food where its use results in a change to or fixes the colour of the flesh of the fish.

 

(2)           To avoid doubt, subclause (1) does not apply to carbon monoxide that is naturally present or naturally occurring in smoke used in the processing of fish as food.

 

(3)           Fish that has been treated with carbon monoxide prior to the commencement of Item 1.2 of the Schedule to the Food Standards (Proposal P1019 – Carbon Monoxide as a Processing Aid for Fish) Variation shall not be taken to comply with subclause 3A(1) by virtue of subclause 1(2) of Standard 1.1.1.

 

4             Permitted antifoam agents

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as an antifoam agent in the course of manufacture of any food provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 

Table to clause 4

 

Substance

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Butanol

10

Oxystearin

GMP

Polydimethylsiloxane

10

Polyethylene glycol dioleate

GMP

Polyethylene/ polypropylene glycol copolymers

GMP

Soap

GMP

Sorbitan monolaurate

1

Sorbitan monooleate

1

 

5             Permitted catalysts

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as a catalyst in the course of manufacture of any food provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 

Table to clause 5

 

 

Substance

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Chromium (excluding chromium VI)

0.1

Copper

0.1

Molybdenum

0.1

Nickel

1.0

Peracetic acid

0.7

Potassium ethoxide

1.0

Potassium (metal)

GMP

Sodium (metal)

GMP

Sodium ethoxide

1.0

Sodium methoxide

1.0

 

6             Permitted decolourants, clarifying, filtration and adsorbent agents

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as decolourants, clarifying, filtration and adsorbent agents in the course of manufacture of any food provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 

Table to clause 6

 

Substance

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Acid clays of montmorillonite

GMP

Chloromethylated aminated styrene‑divinylbenzene resin

GMP

Co-extruded polystyrene and polyvinyl polypyrrolidone

GMP

Copper sulphate

GMP

Dimethylamine-epichlorohydrin copolymer

150

Dimethyldialkylammonium chloride

GMP

Divinylbenzene copolymer

GMP

High density polyethylene co‑extruded with kaolin

GMP

Iron oxide

GMP

Fish collagen, including Isinglass

GMP

Magnesium oxide

GMP

Modified polyacrylamide resins

GMP

Nylon

GMP

Phytates (including phytic acid, magnesium phytate & calcium phytate)

GMP

Polyester resins, cross-linked

GMP

Polyethylene

GMP

Polypropylene

GMP

Polyvinyl polypyrrolidone

GMP

Potassium ferrocyanide

0.1

 

7             Permitted desiccating preparations

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as desiccating preparations in the course of manufacture of any food provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 

Table to clause 7

 

Substance

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Aluminium sulphate

GMP

Ethyl esters of fatty acids

GMP

Short chain triglycerides

GMP

 

8             Permitted ion exchange resins

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as an ion exchange resin in the course of manufacture of any food provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

Table to clause 8

 

Substance

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Completely hydrolysed copolymers of methyl acrylate and divinylbenzene

GMP

Completely hydrolysed terpolymers of methyl acrylate, divinylbenzene and acrylonitrile

GMP

Cross-linked phenol-formaldehyde activated with one or both of the following: triethylene tetramine and tetraethylenepentamine

GMP

Cross-linked polystyrene, chloromethylated, then aminated with trimethylamine, dimethylamine, diethylenetriamine, or dimethylethanolamine

GMP

Diethylenetriamine, triethylene-tetramine, or tetraethylenepentamin cross-linked with epichlorohydrin

GMP

Divinylbenzene copolymer

GMP

Epichlorohydrin cross-linked with ammonia

GMP

Epichlorohydrin cross-linked with ammonia and then quaternised with methyl chloride to contain not more than 18% strong base capacity by weight of total exchange capacity

GMP

Hydrolysed copolymer of methyl acrylate and divinylbenzene

GMP

Methacrylic acid-divinylbenzene copolymer

GMP

Methyl acrylate-divinylbenzene copolymer containing not less than 2% by weight of divinylbenzene, aminolysed with dimethylaminopropylamine

GMP

Methyl acrylate-divinylbenzene copolymer containing not less than 3.5% by weight of divinylbenzene, aminolysed with dimethylaminopropylamine

GMP

Methyl acrylate-divinylbenzene-diethylene glycol divinyl ether terpolymer containing not less than 3.5% by weight divinylbenzene and not more than 0.6% by weight of diethylene glycol divinyl ether, aminolysed with dimethaminopropylamine

GMP

Methyl acrylate-divinylbenzene-diethylene glycol divinyl ether terpolymer containing not less than 7% by weight divinylbenzene and not more than 2.3% by weight of diethylene glycol divinyl ether, aminolysed with dimethaminopropylamine and quaternised with methyl chloride

GMP

Reaction resin of formaldehyde, acetone, and tetraethylenepentamine

GMP

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with carboxymethyl groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide is no more than 70% of the starting quantity of cellulose

GMP

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with tertiary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide is no more than 70% of the starting quantity of cellulose

GMP

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with quaternary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide is no more than 250% of the starting quantity of cellulose

GMP

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then sulphonated, whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide employed is no more than 250% of the starting quantity of cellulose

GMP

Styrene-divinylbenzene cross-linked copolymer, chloromethylated then aminated with dimethylamine and oxidised with hydrogen peroxide whereby the resin contains not more than 15% of vinyl N,N-dimethylbenzylamine-N-oxide and not more than 6.5% of nitrogen

GMP

Sulphite-modified cross-linked phenol-formaldehyde, with modification resulting in sulphonic acid groups on side chains

GMP

Sulphonated anthracite coal

GMP

Sulphonated copolymer of styrene and divinylbenzene

GMP

Sulphonated terpolymers of styrene, divinylbenzene, and acrylonitrile or methyl acrylate

GMP

Sulphonated tetrapolymer of styrene, divinylbenzene, acrylonitrile, and methyl acrylate derived from a mixture of monomers containing not more than a total of 2% by weight of acrylonitrile and methyl acrylate

GMP

 


 

9             Permitted lubricants, release and anti-stick agents

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as lubricants, release and anti-stick agents in the course of manufacture of any food provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 

Table to clause 9

 

Substance

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Acetylated mono- and diglycerides

100

Mineral oil based greases

GMP

Thermally oxidised soya-bean oil

320

White mineral oil

GMP

 

Editorial note:

 

The Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) is currently reviewing mineral oils, including white mineral oil.  To ensure consistency with the outcomes of this review, FSANZ will review the permission and nomenclature for white mineral oil once the JECFA review is completed.

 

10           Permitted carriers, solvents and diluents

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as carriers, solvents and diluents in the course of manufacture of any food provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 

Table to clause 10

 

Substance

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Benzyl alcohol

500

Croscarmellose sodium

GMP

Ethyl acetate

GMP

Glycerol diacetate

GMP

Glyceryl monoacetate

GMP

Glycine

GMP

Isopropyl alcohol

1000

L-Leucine

GMP

Triethyl citrate

GMP

 

11           Permitted processing aids used in packaged water and in water used as an ingredient in other foods

 

Subject to any qualifications in the Table to this clause, the processing aids listed in the Table may be used in the course of manufacture of packaged water and in water used as an ingredient in other foods provided the water contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 

Table to clause 11

 

Substance

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Aluminium sulphate

GMP

Ammonium sulphate

GMP

Calcium hypochlorite

5 (available chlorine)

Calcium sodium polyphosphate

GMP

Chlorine

5 (available chlorine)

Chlorine dioxide

1

Cobalt sulphate

2

Copper sulphate

2

Cross-linked phenol-formaldehyde activated with one or both of triethylenetetramine or tetraethylenepentamine

GMP

Cross-linked polystyrene, first chloromethylated then aminated with trimethylamine, dimethylamine, diethylenetriamine or dimethylethanolamine

GMP

Diethylenetriamine, triethylenetetramine or tetraethylenepentamine cross-linked with epichlorohydrin

GMP

Ferric chloride

GMP

Ferric sulphate

GMP

Ferrous sulphate

GMP

Hydrofluorosilicic acid (fluorosilicic acid) (only in water used as an ingredient in other foods)

1.5 (as fluoride)

Hydrolyzed copolymers of methyl acrylate and divinylbenzene

GMP

Hydrolyzed terpolymers of methyl acrylate, divinylbenzene and acrylonitrile

GMP

Hydrogen peroxide

5

1-Hydroxyethylidene-1,1-diphosphonic acid

GMP

Lignosulphonic acid

GMP

Magnetite

GMP

Maleic acid polymers

GMP

Methyl acrylate-divinylbenzene copolymer containing not less than 2% divinylbenzene aminolysed with dimethylaminopropylamine

GMP

Methacrylic acid-divinylbenzene copolymer

GMP

Methyl acrylate-divinylbenzene-diethylene glycol divinyl ether terpolymer containing not less than 3.5% divinylbenzene and not more than 0.6% diethylene glycol divinyl ether, aminolysed with dimethylaminopropylamine

GMP

Modified polyacrylamide resins

GMP

Monobutyl ethers of polyethylene-polypropylene glycol

GMP

Ozone

GMP

Phosphorous acid

GMP

Polyacrylamide (polyelectrolytes)

0.0002 (as acrylamide monomer)

Polyaluminium chloride

GMP

Polydimethyldiallyl ammonium chloride

GMP

Polyoxypropylene glycol

GMP

Potassium permanganate

GMP

Reaction resin of formaldehyde, acetone and tetraethylenepentamine

GMP

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then sulphonated whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide employed is no more than 250% of the starting quantity of cellulose

GMP

Silver ions

0.01

Sodium aluminate

GMP

Sodium fluoride (only in water used as an ingredient in other foods)

1.5 (as fluoride)

Sodium fluorosilicate (Sodium silicofluoride) (only in water used as an ingredient in other foods)

1.5 (as fluoride)

Sodium glucoheptonate

0.08 (measured as cyanide)

Sodium gluconate

GMP

Sodium humate

GMP

Sodium hypochlorite

5 (available chlorine)

Sodium lignosulphonate

GMP

Sodium metabisulphite

GMP

Sodium nitrate

50 (as nitrate)

Sodium polymethacrylate

2.5

Sodium sulphite (neutral or alkaline)

GMP

Styrene-divinylbenzene cross-linked copolymer

0.02 (as styrene)

Sulphonated copolymer of styrene and divinylbenzene

GMP

Sulphonated terpolymers of styrene, divinylbenzene acrylonitrile and methyl acrylate

GMP

Sulphite modified cross-linked phenol-formaldehyde

GMP

Tannin powder extract

GMP

Tetrasodium ethylene diamine tetraacetate

GMP

Zinc sulphate

GMP

 

Editorial note:

 

This clause contains the permissions for fluoride to be used in water that is used as an ingredient in other foods, but not in water presented in packaged form.  Standard 2.6.2 contains a voluntary permission to add fluoride to water presented in packaged form.

 

12           Permitted bleaching agents, washing and peeling agents

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as bleaching agents, washing and peeling agents in the course of manufacture of the corresponding foods specified in the Table provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 

Table to clause 12

 

Substance

Food

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Benzoyl peroxide

All foods

40 (measured as benzoic acid)

Bromo-chloro-dimethylhydantoin

All foods

1.0 (available chlorine)

1.0 (inorganic bromide)

2.0 (dimethylhydantoin)

Calcium hypochlorite

All foods

1.0 (available chlorine)

Chlorine

All foods

1.0 (available chlorine)

Chlorine dioxide

All foods

1.0 (available chlorine)

Diammonium hydrogen orthophosphate

All foods

GMP

Dibromo-dimethylhydantoin

All foods

2.0 (inorganic bromide)

2.0 (dimethylhydantoin)

2-Ethylhexyl sodium sulphate

All foods

0.7

Hydrogen peroxide

All foods

5

Iodine

Fruits, vegetables and eggs

GMP

Oxides of nitrogen

All foods

GMP

Ozone

All foods

GMP

Peracetic acid

All foods

GMP

Sodium chlorite

All foods

1.0 (available chlorine)

Sodium dodecylbenzene sulphonate

All foods

0.7

Sodium hypochlorite

All foods

1.0 (available chlorine)

Sodium laurate

All foods

GMP

Sodium metabisulphite

Root and tuber vegetables

25

Sodium peroxide

All foods

5

Sodium persulphate

All foods

GMP

Triethanolamine

Dried vine fruit

GMP

 

Editorial note:

 

FSANZ will review the extent of the use of Iodine as a processing aid three years from the date of the inclusion of Iodine as a processing aid in the Table to clause 12.

 

13           Permitted extraction solvents

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as extraction solvents in the course of manufacture of the corresponding foods specified in the Table provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 


 

Table to clause 13

 

Substance

Food

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Acetone

Flavourings

2

 

Other foods

0.1

Benzyl alcohol

All foods

GMP

Butane

Flavourings

1

 

Other foods

0.1

Butanol

All foods

10

Cyclohexane

All foods

1

Dibutyl ether

All foods

2

Diethyl ether

All foods

2

Dimethyl ether

All foods

2

Ethyl acetate

All foods

10

Glyceryl triacetate

All foods

GMP

Hexanes

All foods

20

Isobutane

Flavourings

1

 

Other foods

0.1

Methanol

All foods

5

Methylene chloride

Decaffeinated coffee

2

 

Decaffeinated tea

2

 

Flavourings

2

Methylethyl ketone

All foods

2

Propane

All foods

1

Toluene

All foods

1

 

14           Permitted processing aids with miscellaneous functions

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used for the corresponding function specified in the Table, provided the final food contains no more than the corresponding maximum permitted level specified in the Table.

 

Editorial note:

 

Where meat has been treated using lactoperoxidase from bovine milk, the mandatory labelling requirements in clause 4 of Standard 1.2.3 apply.

 

Table to clause 14

 

Substance

Function

Maximum permitted level (mg/kg)

Agarose ion exchange resin being agarose cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with tertiary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% by weight of the starting quantity of agarose

Removal of specific proteins and polyphenols from beer

GMP

Ammonium persulphate

Yeast washing agent

GMP

Ammonium sulphate

Decalcification agent for edible casings

GMP

Butanol

Suspension agent for sugar crystals

10

Carbonic acid

Bleached tripe washing agent

GMP

Cetyl alcohol

Coating agent on meat carcasses and primal cuts to prevent desiccation

1.0

Chitosan sourced from Aspergillus niger

Manufacture of wine, beer, cider, spirits and food grade ethanol

GMP

Colours permitted in Schedules 2, 3 and 4 of Standard 1.3.1

Applied to the outer surface of meat as a brand for the purposes of inspection or identification

GMP


Cupric citrate

Removal of sulphide compounds from wine

GMP

β-Cyclodextrin

Used to extract cholesterol from eggs

GMP

L-Cysteine (or HCl salt)

Dough conditioner

75

Ethyl acetate

Cell disruption of yeast

GMP

Ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid

Metal sequestrant for edible fats and oils and related products

GMP

Gibberellic acid

Barley germination

GMP

Gluteral

Manufacture of edible collagen casings

GMP


Hydrogen peroxide

Control of lactic acid producing microorganisms to stabilise the pH during the manufacture of –

 

(a) fermented milk; or

(b) fermented milk products; or

(c)  cheese made using lactic acid producing microorganisms; or

(d) cheese products made using lactic acid producing microorganisms.

5

 

 

Inhibiting agent for dried vine fruits, fruit and vegetable juices, sugar, vinegar and yeast autolysate

5

 

Removal of glucose from egg products

5

 

Removal of sulphur dioxide

5


1-Hydroxyethylidene-1,1-diphosphonic acid

Metal sequestrant for use with anti-microbial agents for meat, fruit and vegetables

GMP

Ice Structuring Protein type III HPLC 12

Manufacture of ice cream and edible ices

100

Indole acetic acid

Barley germination

GMP

Lactoperoxidase from bovine milk

EC 1.11.1.7

Reduce the bacterial population or inhibit bacterial growth on meat surfaces

GMP

Listeria phage P100

Listericidal treatment for use on approved food for use of phage

GMP

 

Morpholine

Solubilising agent for coating mixtures on fruits

GMP

Oak

For use in the manufacture of wine

GMP

Octanoic acid

Anti-microbial agent for meat, fruit and vegetables

GMP

Paraffin

Coatings for cheese and cheese products

GMP

Polyvinyl acetate

Preparation of waxes for use in cheese and cheese products

GMP

Potassium bromate

Germination control in malting

Limit of determination of bromate

Sodium bromate

Germination control in malting

Limit of determination of bromate

Sodium chlorite

Anti-microbial agent for meat, fish, fruit and vegetables

Limit of determination of chlorite, chlorate, chlorous acid and chlorine dioxide

Sodium gluconate

Denuding, bleaching & neutralising tripe

GMP

Sodium glycerophosphate

Cryoprotectant for starter culture

GMP


Sodium metabisulphite

Dough conditioner

60

 

Removal of excess chlorine

60

 

Softening of corn kernels for starch manufacture

60 (in the starch)

 

Treatment of hides for use in gelatine and collagen manufacture

GMP


Sodium sulphide

Treatment of hides for use in gelatine and collagen manufacture

GMP

Sodium sulphite

Dough conditioner

60

Sodium thiocyanate

Reduce and/or inhibit bacterial population on meat surfaces

GMP

Stearyl alcohol

Coating agent on meat carcasses and primal cuts to prevent desiccation

 

GMP

Sulphur dioxide

Control of nitrosodimethylamine in malting

750

 

Treatment of hides for use in gelatine and collagen manufacture

750

Sulphurous acid

Softening of corn kernels

GMP

 

Treatment of hides for use in gelatine and collagen manufacture

GMP

Triethanolamine

Solubilising agent for coating mixtures for fruits

 

GMP

Urea

Manufacture of concentrated gelatine solutions

1.5 times the mass of the gelatine present

 

Microbial nutrient and microbial nutrient adjunct for the manufacture of all foods, except alcoholic beverages

GMP

Woodflour from untreated Pinus radiata

Gripping agent used in the treatment of hides

 

GMP

 

Editorial note:

 

The limit of determination is the lowest concentration of a chemical that can be qualitatively detected using a laboratory method and/or item of laboratory equipment (that is, its presence can be detected but not quantified).

 

For Ice Structuring Protein type III HPLC 12 in the Table to clause 14, the manufacturer and patent holder, Unilever, has undertaken to voluntarily label products where the processing aid has been used in the manufacturing process.  This labelling will appear on the product as ‘ice structuring protein’.  Unilever will also have information about ice structuring protein available to consumers.

 

Editorial note:

 

If Listeria phage P100 has an ongoing technological function it ceases to be a processing aid as defined in subclause 1(1), and operates instead as a food additive.  For example, Listeria phage P100 may have an ongoing technological function when introduced to liquids. Standard 1.3.1 does not permit the use of Listeria phage P100 as a food additive.

 

15           Permitted enzymes of animal origin

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as enzymes in the course of manufacture of any food provided the enzyme is derived from the corresponding source specified in the Table.


 

Table to clause 15

 

Enzyme

Source

Lipase, triacylglycerol

EC 3.1.1.3

Bovine stomach; salivary glands or forestomach of calf, kid or lamb; porcine or bovine pancreas

Pepsin

EC 3.4.23.1

Bovine or porcine stomach

Phospholipase A2

EC 3.1.1.4

Porcine pancreas

Thrombin

EC 3.4.21.5

Bovine or porcine blood

Trypsin

EC 3.4.21.4

Porcine or bovine pancreas

 

16           Permitted enzymes of plant origin

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as enzymes in the course of manufacture of any food provided the enzyme is derived from the corresponding source specified in the Table.

 

Table to clause 16

 

Enzyme

Source

α–Amylase

EC 3.2.1.1

Malted cereals

β-Amylase

EC 3.2.1.2

Sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas)

Malted cereals

Actinidin

EC 3.4.22.14

Kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa)

Ficin

EC 3.4.22.3

Ficus spp.

Fruit bromelain

EC 3.4.22.33

Pineapple fruit (Ananas comosus)

Papain

EC 3.4.22.2

Carica papaya

Stem bromelain

EC 3.4.22.32

Pineapple stem (Ananas comosus)

 

17           Permitted enzymes of microbial origin

 

(1)           The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as enzymes in the course of manufacture of any food provided the enzyme is derived from the corresponding source or sources specified in the Table.

 

(2)           The sources listed in the Table to this clause may contain additional copies of genes from the same organism.

 

Editorial note:

 

See Division 2 of Standard 1.5.2 – Food produced using Gene Technology for labelling requirements that apply to processing aids produced using gene technology.

 

Table to clause 17

 

Enzyme

Source

α-Acetolactate decarboxylase

EC 4.1.1.5

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Bacillus subtilis

Bacillus subtilis, containing the gene for α–Acetolactate decarboxylase isolated from Bacillus brevis

Aminopeptidase

EC 3.4.11.1

Aspergillus oryzae

Lactococcus lactis

α-Amylase

EC 3.2.1.1

 

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Bacillus licheniformis

Bacillus licheniformis, containing the gene for α-Amylase isolated from Geobacillus stearothermophilus

Bacillus subtilis

Bacillus subtilis, containing the gene for α-Amylase isolated

from Geobacillus stearothermophilus

Geobacillus stearothermophilus

β-Amylase

EC 3.2.1.2

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Bacillus subtilis

Amylomaltase

EC 2.4.1.25

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens, containing the gene for amylomaltase derived from Thermus thermophilus

α–Arabinofuranosidase

EC 3.2.1.55

Aspergillus niger

Asparaginase

EC 3.5.1.1

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae

Aspergillopepsin I

EC 3.4.23.18

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae

Aspergillopepsin II

EC 3.4.23.19

Aspergillus niger

 

Carboxylesterase

EC 3.1.1.1

Rhizomucor miehei

 

Catalase

EC 1.11.1.6

Aspergillus niger

Micrococcus luteus

Cellulase 

EC 3.2.1.4

Aspergillus niger

Penicillium funiculosum

Trichoderma reesei

Trichoderma viride

Chymosin

EC 3.4.23.4

Aspergillus niger

Escherichia coli K-12 strain GE81

Kluyveromyces lactis

Chymotrypsin

EC 3.4.21.1

Bacillus licheniformis, containing the gene for chymotrypsin isolated from Nocardiopsis prasina

Cyclodextrin glucanotransferase

EC 2.4.1.19

Paenibacillus macerans

Dextranase

EC 3.2.1.11

Chaetomium gracile

Penicillium lilacinum

Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase

EC 3.2.1.8

 

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase isolated from Aspergillus aculeatus

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase isolated from Thermomyces lanuginosus

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Bacillus subtilis

Humicola insolens

Trichoderma reesei

Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase, protein-engineered variant

EC 3.2.1.8

Bacillus licheniformis, containing the gene for Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase isolated from Bacillus licheniformis

Endo-arabinase

EC 3.2.1.99

Aspergillus niger

Endo-protease

EC 3.4.21.26

Aspergillus niger

β-Fructofuranosidase

EC 3.2.1.26

Aspergillus niger

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

α-Galactosidase

EC 3.2.1.22

Aspergillus niger

β-Galactosidase

EC 3.2.1.23

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae

Bacillus circulans ATCC 31382

Kluyveromyces marxianus

Kluyveromyces lactis

Glucan 1,3-β-glucosidase

EC 3.2.1.58

Trichoderma harzianum


β-Glucanase

EC 3.2.1.6

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Bacillus subtilis

Disporotrichum dimorphosporum

Humicola insolens

Talaromyces emersonii

Trichoderma reesei

Glucoamylase

EC 3.2.1.3

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae

Rhizopus delemar

Rhizopus oryzae

Rhizopus niveus

Glucose oxidase

EC 1.1.3.4

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for glucose oxidase isolated from Aspergillus niger

α-Glucosidase

EC 3.2.1.20

Aspergillus oryzae

Aspergillus niger

β-Glucosidase

EC 3.2.1.21

Aspergillus niger

 

Glycerophospholipid cholesterol acyltransferase, protein engineered variant

EC 2.3.1.43

Bacillus licheniformis, containing the gene for glycerophospholipid cholesterol acyltransferase isolated from Aeromonas salmonicida subsp. salmonicida

Hemicellulase endo-1,3-β-xylanase

EC 3.2.1.32

Humicola insolens

Hemicellulase multicomponent enzyme

EC 3.2.1.78

Aspergillus niger

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Bacillus subtilis

Trichoderma reesei

Hexose oxidase

EC 1.1.3.5

Hansenula polymorpha, containing the gene for Hexose oxidase isolated from Chondrus crispus

Inulinase

EC 3.2.1.7

Aspergillus niger

Lipase, monoacylglycerol

EC 3.1.1.23

Penicillium camembertii

Lipase, triacylglycerol

EC 3.1.1.3

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for Lipase, triacylglycerol isolated from Fusarium oxysporum

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for Lipase, triacylglycerol isolated from Humicola lanuginosa

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for Lipase, triacylglycerol isolated from Rhizomucor miehei

Candida rugosa

Hansenula polymorpha, containing the gene for Lipase, triacylglycerol isolated from Fusarium heterosporum

Mucor javanicus

Penicillium roquefortii

Rhizopus arrhizus

Rhizomucor miehei

Rhizopus niveus

Rhizopus oryzae


Lipase, triacylglycerol, protein engineered variant

EC 3.1.1.3

Aspergillus niger, containing the gene for lipase, triacylglycerol isolated from Fusarium culmorum

Lysophospholipase

EC 3.1.1.5

Aspergillus niger

Maltogenic α-amylase

EC 3.2.1.133

Bacillus subtilis containing the gene for maltogenic α-amylase isolated from Geobacillus stearothermophilus

Maltotetraohydrolase, protein engineered variant

EC 3.2.1.60

Bacillus licheniformis, containing the gene for maltotetraohydrolase isolated from Pseudomonas stutzeri

Metalloproteinase

Aspergillus oryzae

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Bacillus coagulans

Bacillus subtilis

Mucorpepsin

EC 3.4.23.23

Aspergillus oryzae

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for Aspartic proteinase isolated from Rhizomucor meihei

Rhizomucor meihei

Cryphonectria parasitica

Pectin lyase

EC 4.2.2.10

Aspergillus niger

Pectinesterase

EC 3.1.1.11

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for pectinesterase isolated from Aspergillus aculeatus

Phospholipase A1

EC 3.1.1.32

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for phospholipase A1 isolated from Fusarium venenatum

Phospholipase A2

EC 3.1.1.4

Aspergillus niger, containing the gene isolated from porcine pancreas

Streptomyces violaceoruber

3-Phytase

EC 3.1.3.8

Aspergillus niger

4-Phytase

EC 3.1.3.26

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for 4-phytase isolated from Peniophora lycii

Polygalacturonase or Pectinase multicomponent enzyme

EC 3.2.1.15

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae

Trichoderma reesei

Pullulanase

EC 3.2.1.41

Bacillus acidopullulyticus

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Bacillus licheniformis

Bacillus subtilis

Bacillus subtilis, containing the gene for pullulanase isolated from Bacillus acidopullulyticus

Klebsiella pneumoniae


Serine proteinase

EC 3.4.21.14

Aspergillus oryzae

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Bacillus halodurans

Bacillus licheniformis

Bacillus subtilis

Transglucosidase

EC 2.4.1.24

Aspergillus niger

Transglutaminase

EC 2.3.2.13

Streptomyces mobaraensis

Trypsin

EC 3.4.21.4

Fusarium venenatum, containing the gene for trypsin isolated from Fusarium oxysporum

Urease

EC 3.5.1.5

Lactobacillus fermentum

Xylose isomerase

EC 5.3.1.5

Actinoplanes missouriensis

Bacillus coagulans

Microbacterium arborescens

Streptomyces olivaceus

Streptomyces olivochromogenes

Streptomyces murinus

Streptomyces rubiginosus


 

Editorial note:

 

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens is a separate species from Bacillus subtilis.

Aspergillus niger group covers strains known under the names Aspergillus aculeatus, A. awamori, A. ficuum, A. foetidus, A. japonicus, A. phoenicis, A. saitor and A. usamii.

Trichoderma reesei also known as Trichoderma longibrachiatum.

Kluyveromyces marxianus former names Saccharomyces fragilis and Kluyveromyces fragilis.

Kluyveromyces lactis – former name Saccharomyces lactis.

Rhizomucor miehei – former name Mucor miehei.

Micrococcus luteus – former name Micrococcus lysodeikticus.

Paenibacillus macerans former name Bacillus macerans.

Talaromyces emersonii former name Penicillium emersonii.

Klebsiella pneumoniae – former name Klebsiella aerogenes.

Streptomyces mobaraensis – former name Streptoverticillium mobaraensis.

Humicola lanuginosa also known as Thermomyces lanuginosus.

Mucor javanicus also known as Mucor circinelloides f. circinelloides.

Penicillium roquefortii also known as Penicillium roqueforti.

Hansenula polymorpha also known as Pichia angusta.

Geobacillus stearothermophilus – former name Bacillus stearothermophilus.

4-Phytase also known as 6-phytase.

 

18           Permitted microbial nutrients and microbial nutrient adjuncts

 

The processing aids listed in the Table to this clause may be used as microbial nutrients or microbial nutrient adjuncts in the course of manufacture of any food.

 

Table to clause 18

 

Adenine

Adonitol

Ammonium sulphate

Ammonium sulphite

Arginine

Asparagine

Aspartic acid

Benzoic acid

Biotin

Calcium pantothenate

Calcium propionate

Copper sulphate

Cystine

Cysteine monohydrochloride

Dextran

Ferrous sulphate

Glutamic acid

Glycine

Guanine

Histidine

Hydroxyethyl starch

Inosine

Inositol

Manganese chloride

Manganese sulphate

Niacin

Nitric acid

Pantothenic acid

Peptone

Phytates

Polyvinylpyrrolidone

Pyridoxine hydrochloride

Riboflavin

Sodium formate

Sodium molybdate

Sodium tetraborate

Thiamin

Threonine

Uracil

Xanthine

Zinc chloride

Zinc sulphate

 

19           Dimethyl dicarbonate as a microbial control agent

 

(1)           Dimethyl dicarbonate may be added in the manufacture of a food listed in Column 1 in the Table at a concentration no more than the maximum permitted addition level in Column 2 in the Table.

 

(2)           Dimethyl dicarbonate must not be present in the food as sold.

 

Table to clause 19

 

Column 1

Column 2

Food

Maximum permitted addition level (amount of dimethyl dicarbonate/ amount of food)

Fruit and vegetable juices and fruit and vegetable juice product

250 mg/kg

Water-based flavoured drinks

250 mg/kg

Formulated beverages

250 mg/kg

Wine, sparkling wine and fortified wine; and fruit wine, vegetable wine and mead (including cider and perry)

200 mg/kg

 

 


 

Amendment History

 

The Amendment History provides information about each amendment to the Standard. The information includes commencement or cessation information for relevant amendments.

 

These amendments are made under section 92 of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 unless otherwise indicated. Amendments do not have a specific date for cessation unless indicated as such.

 

About this compilation

 

This is a compilation of Standard 1.3.3 as in force on 6 August 2015 (up to Amendment No. 156). It includes any commenced amendment affecting the compilation to that date.

 

Prepared by Food Standards Australia New Zealand on 6 August 2015.

 

Uncommenced amendments or provisions ceasing to have effect

 

To assist stakeholders, the effect of any uncommenced amendments or provisions which will cease to have effect, may be reflected in the Standard as shaded boxed text with the relevant commencement or cessation date. These amendments will be reflected in a compilation registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments including or omitting those amendments and provided in the Amendment History once the date is passed.

 

 

The following abbreviations may be used in the table below:

 

ad = added or inserted                                          am = amended

exp = expired or ceased to have effect                  rep = repealed

rs = repealed and substituted

 

Standard 1.3.3 was published in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette No. P 30 on 20 December 2000 as part of Amendment No. 53 (F2008B00616 – 30 September 2008) and has been amended as follows:

 

Clause affected

A’ment No.

FRLI registration

Gazette

Commencement

(Cessation)

How affected

Description of amendment

Table of Provs

64

F2008B00810

23 Dec 2008

FSC6

13 Dec 2002

13 Dec 2002

am

Consequential amendment relating to change to clause 6 heading.

Table of Provs

121

F2011L00213

9 Feb 2011

FSC63

10 Feb 2011

10 Feb 2011

ad, am

Consequential amendment relating to new clause 19.

Table of Provs

144

F2013L02039

3 Dec 2013

FSC 86

5 Dec 2013

 

5 June 2014

ad

Consequential amendment relating to new clause 3A.

1

88

5 Oct 2006

F2006L03270

FSC30

5 Oct 2006

5 Oct 2006

am

Definition of ‘maximum permitted level’.

1

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

15 Feb 2007

am

Reference in the definition of ‘maximum permitted level’.

1

94

F2007L04074

11 Oct 2007

FSC36

11 Oct 2007

11 Oct 2007

rs

Definition of ‘EC number’.

1

103

F2008L03741

9 Oct 2008

FSC45

9 Oct 2008

9 Oct 2008

ad

Definition of ‘silicates’.

1

111

F2009L03145

13 Aug 2009

FSC53

13 Aug 2009

13 Aug 2009

am

Anomalies relating to silicas and silicates.

1

117

F2010L01841

29 June 2010

FSC59

1 July 2010

1 July 2010

ad

New subclause to clarify the meaning of reference to ‘ATCC’.

1

121

F2011L00213

9 Feb 2011

FSC63

10 Feb 2011

10 Feb 2011

am

Definition of ‘processing aid’ to include new clause 19.

1

124

F2011L01450

8 July 2011

FSC66

11 July 2011

11 July 2011

rep, am

Definition of ‘GMP’ and a consequential amendment to the definition of ‘processing aid’.

1

130

F2012L00929

26 April 2012

FSC72

26 April 2012

26 April 2012

ad

Definition of ‘dairy ingredient’.

1

135

F2012L02011

10 Oct 2012

FSC77

11 Oct 2012

 

11 Oct 2011

ad

Definition of ‘approved food for use of phage’.

3

144

F2013L02039

3 Dec 2013

FSC 86

5 Dec 2013

 

5 June 2014

am

Consequential amendment relating to new clause 3A.

3A

144

F2013L02039

3 Dec 2013

FSC 86

5 Dec 2013

 

5 June 2014

ad

New clause on restriction of the use of carbon monoxide in the processing of fish.

Table to clause 3

70

24 Dec 2008

F2008B00817

FSC12

29 April 2004

29 April 2004

ad

Entry for argon.

Table to clause 3

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency.

Table to clause 3

101

F2008L03058

14 Aug 2008

FSC43

14 Aug 2008

14 Aug 2008

rep

Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 3

111

F2009L03145

13 Aug 2009

FSC53

13 Aug 2009

 

13 Aug 2009

am

Anomalies relating to silicas and silicates.

Table to clause 4

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

 

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency.

Table to clause 5

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

 

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency.

6

64

F2008B00810

23 Dec 2008

FSC6

13 Dec 2002

13 Dec 2002

rs

Clarification of purposed of clause to include adsorbent agents.

Table to clause 6

122

F2011L00694

5 May 2011

FSC64

5 May 2011

 

5 May 2011

am

Entry for polyvinyl polypyrrolidone to include co-extruded polystyrene.

Table to clause 7

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency.

Table to clause 8

58

F200800796

10 Dec 2008

P28

20 Dec 2001

20 Dec 2001

ad

Entries for carboxymethyl, quaternary amine and diethyl aminoethyl cellulose-based ion exchange resins.

Table to clause 8

103

F2008L03741

9 Oct 2008

FSC45

9 Oct 2008

9 Oct 2008

am

Wording for ‘does not exceed’.

Table to clause 8

103

F2008L03741

9 Oct 2008

FSC45

9 Oct 2008

9 Oct 2008

am

Entry for methyl acrylate-divinylbenzene-diethylene ether terpolymer.

Table to clause 8

135

F2012L02014

10 Oct 2012

FSC77

11 Oct 2012

 

11 Oct 2011

am

Spelling of dimethylaminopropylamine.

9

135

F2012L02014

10 Oct 2012

FSC77

11 Oct 2012

11 Oct 2011

rs

Editorial note after the clause relating to white mineral oil.

Table to clause 9

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

 

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency in Table and Editorial note after Table.

Table to clause 10

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

 

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency.

11

78

F2005L01246

26 May 2005

FSC20,

26 May 2005

26 May 2005

am

Spelling of phosphorous.

11

110

F2009L02678

16 July 2009

FSC52

16 July 2009

16 July 2009

rs

Clause.

11

124

F2011L01450

8 July 2011

FSC66

11 July 2011

11 July 2011

am

Clarification of meaning of the clause.

Table to clause 11

58

F200800796

10 Dec 2008

P28

20 Dec 2001

20 Dec 2001

rs

Entry for regenerated cellulose.

Table to clause 11

67

F2008B00814

24 Dec 2008

FSC9

31 July 2003

31 July 2003

am

Correction of minor typographical errors.

Table to clause 11

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency.

Table to clause 11

103

F2008L03741

9 Oct 2008

FSC45

9 Oct 2008

9 Oct 2008

am

Wording for ‘does not exceed’.

Table to clause 11

110

F2009L02678

16 July 2009

FSC52

16 July 2009

16 July 2009

ad

Entries for hydrofluorosilicic acid (fluorosilicic acid), sodium fluoride and sodium fluorosilicate (sodium silicofluoride) and Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 11

139

F2013L00248

21 Feb 2013

FSC81

21 Feb 2013

 

21 February 2013

am

Maximum permitted level for styrene-divinylbenzene cross-linked copolymer.

Table to clause 12

54

F2008B00790

9 Dec 2008

P17,

14 June 2001

14 June 2001

ad

Entry for bromo-chloro-dimethylhydantoin.

Table to clause 12

78

F2005L01246

26 May 2005

FSC20,

26 May 2005

26 May 2005

ad

Entry for iodine and related Editorial note.

Table to clause 12

101

F2008L03058

14 Aug 2008

FSC43

14 Aug 2008

14 Aug 2008

am

Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 12

131

F2012L01060

22 May 2012

FSC73

24 May 2012

 

24 May 2012

ad

Entry for dibromo-dimethylhydantoin.

Table to clause 13

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency.

Table to clause 13

130

F2012L00929

26 April 2012

F2012L00930

26 April 2012

FSC72

26 April 2012

26 April 2012

ad

Entries for dimethyl ether.

Table to clause 13

135

F2012L02014

10 Oct 2012

FSC77

11 Oct 2012

 

11 Oct 2011

rs

Entries for dimethyl ether to form a single entry.

14

65

23 Dec 2008

F2008B00812

FSC7

27 Feb 2003

27 Feb 2003

ad

New Editorial note preceding the clause referring to permission for lactoperoxidase.

14

124

F2011L01450

8 July 2011

FSC66

11 July 2011

11 July 2011

am

Clarification of meaning of the clause.

Table to clause 14

64

F2008B00810

23 Dec 2008

FSC6

13 Dec 2002

13 Dec 2002

am

Entry for ethylene oxide.

Table to clause 14

65

23 Dec 2008

F2008B00812

FSC7

27 Feb 2003

27 Feb 2003

ad

Entry for sodium thiocyanate.

Table to clause 14

65

23 Dec 2008

F2008B00812

FSC7

27 Feb 2003

27 Feb 2003

ad

Permission for lactoperoxidase.

Table to clause 14

70

24 Dec 2008

F2008B00817

FSC12

29 April 2004

29 April 2004

ad

Entries for cupric citrate on a bentonite base and sodium chlorite and related Editorial note.

Table to clause 14

72

F2008B00819

24 Dec 2008

FSC14

20 May 2004

20 May 2004

am

Reference from ‘oak chips’ to refer to ‘oak’.

Table to clause 14

78

F2005L01246

26 May 2005

FSC20,

26 May 2005

26 May 2005

ad

Entries for 1-hydroxyethylidene-1,1-diphosphonic acid and octanoic acid.

Table to clause 14

83

F2005L03673

24 Nov 2005

FSC25

24 Nov 2005

24 Nov 2005

ad

Reference to Ice structuring protein type III HPLC 12 in table and in Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 14

88

5 Oct 2006

F2006L03270

FSC30

5 Oct 2006

5 Oct 2006

rep

Entry ethylene oxide.

Table to clause 14

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency in Table and Editorial note before Table.

Table to 14

94

F2007L04074

11 Oct 2007

FSC36

11 Oct 2007

11 Oct 2007

rs

Entry for cupric citrate

Table to clause 14

96

F2008L00523

21 Feb 2008

FSC38

21 Feb 2008

21 Feb 2008

ad

Entry for agarose ion exchange resin.

Table to clause 14

101

F2008L03058

14 Aug 2008

FSC43

14 Aug 2008

14 Aug 2008

am

Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 14

124

F2011L01450

8 July 2011

FSC66

11 July 2011

11 July 2011

am

Entry for lactoperoxidase.

Table to clause 14

124

F2011L01450

8 July 2011

FSC66

11 July 2011

11 July 2011

ad

Entry for colours permitted in Schedules 2, 3 and 4 of Standard 1.3.1.

Table to clause 14

135

F2012L02011

10 Oct 2012

FSC77

11 Oct 2012

11 Oct 2011

ad

Entry for Listeria phage P100 and a related Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 14

137

F2012L02254

26 Nov 2012

FSC79

29 Nov 2012

29 Nov 2012

am

Entry for hydrogen peroxide.

Table to clause 14

145

F2014L00033

6 Jan 2014

FSC87

9 Jan 2014

9 Jan 2014

ad

Entry for chitosan sourced from Aspergillus niger.

Table to clause 14

150

F2014L01427

28 Oct 2014

FSC92

30 Oct 2014

 

30 Oct 2014

 

am

Entry for hydrogen peroxide to clarify application of requirements.

Table to clause 15

94

F2007L04074

11 Oct 2007

FSC36

11 Oct 2007

 

11 Oct 2007

rs

Table.

Table to clause 16

94

F2007L04074

11 Oct 2007

FSC36

11 Oct 2007

11 Oct 2007

rs

Table.

Table to clause 16

135

F2012L02014

10 Oct 2012

FSC77

11 Oct 2012

 

11 Oct 2011

rs

Entry for bromelain and insert entries for stem bromelain and fruit bromelain.

17

117

F2010L01841

29 June 2010

FSC59

1 July 2010

1 July 2010

ad

Editorial Note after the clause relating to labelling requirements for processing aids produced using gene technology.

Table to clause 17

58

F200800796

10 Dec 2008

P28

20 Dec 2001

20 Dec 2001

ad

Entries for 6-phytase and new source for Lipase, triacylglycerol.

Table to clause 17

58

F200800796

10 Dec 2008

P28

20 Dec 2001

20 Dec 2001

rs

Entry for phytase and pectinesterase.

Table to clause 17

59

F2008B00797

10 Dec 2008

FSC1

9 May 2002

9 May 2002

am

Entry for chymosin.

Table to clause 17

60

F2008B00798

19 Dec 2008

FSC2

20 June 2002

20 June 2002

am

Entry for lipase, triacylglycerol.

Table to clause 17

65

23 Dec 2008

F2008B00812

FSC7

27 Feb 2003

27 Feb 2003

ad

New source for glucose oxidase.

Table to clause 17

66

F2008B00813

23 Dec 2008

FSC8

22 May 2003

22 May 2003

ad

Entry for transglucosidase.

Table to clause 17

67

F2008B00814

24 Dec 2008

FSC9

31 July 2003

31 July 2003

ad

New source for α-amylase.

Table to clause 17

67

F2008B00814

24 Dec 2008

FSC9

31 July 2003

31 July 2003

ad

Inclusion of alternate name for Humicola lanuginosa in Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 17

68

F2008B00815

24 Dec 2008

FSC10

18 Sept 2003

18 Sept 2003

ad

Entry for hexose oxidase.

Table to clause 17

70

24 Dec 2008

F2008B00817

FSC12

29 April 2004

29 April 2004

ad

Entries for lysophospholipase and urease.

Table to clause 17

75

F2008B00822

24 Dec 2008

FSC17

16 Dec 2004

16 Dec 2004

ad

Entry for phospholipase A2.

Table to clause 17

83

F2005L03673

24 Nov 2005

FSC25

24 Nov 2005

24 Nov 2005

am

Entry for lipase, triacylglycerol.

Table to clause 17

86

F2006L01578

25 May 2006

FSC28

25 May 2006

25 May 2006

ad

New source for lipase, triacylglycerol in Table and Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 17

87

F2006L02539

3 Aug 2006

FSC29

8 Aug 2006

8 Aug 2006

ad

New source for lipase, triacylglycerol in Table and Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 17

87

F2006L02539

3 Aug 2006

FSC29

8 Aug 2006

8 Aug 2006

ad

Entry for phospholipase A1.

Table to clause 17

90

F2006L03956

7 Dec 2006

FSC32

7 Dec 2006

7 Dec 2006

ad

New source for lipase, triacylglycerol in Table and Editorial note after the Table

Table to 17

94

F2007L04074

11 Oct 2007

FSC36

11 Oct 2007

11 Oct 2007

rs

Table and Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 17

100

F2008L02396

10 Jul 2008

FSC42

10 July 2008

10 July 2008

ad

Entry for asparaginase.

Table to clause 17

104

F2008L04541

4 Dec 2008

FSC46

4 De 2008

4 Dec 2008

ad

New source for asparaginase.

Table to clause 17

107

F2009L01618

30 Apr 2009

FSC49

30 April 2009

30 April 2009

ad

New source for phospholipase A2.

Table to clause 17

108

F2009L02066

28 May 2009

FSC50 28 May 2009

28 May 2009

ad

New source for cellulase.

Table to clause 17

111

F2009L03145

13 Aug 2009

FSC53

13 Aug 2009

13 Aug 2009

rep, am

Duplicated entry for asparaginase and consequential amendment to ammonium chloride.

Table to clause 17

117

F2010L01841

29 June 2010

FSC59

1 July 2010

1 July 2010

ad

New source for β-galactosidase and entry for maltotetraohydrolase..

Table to clause 17

119

F2010L02542

30 Sept 2010

FSC61

30 Sept 2010

30 Sept 2010

ad

Entry for a protein-engineered variant of triacylglycerol lipase.

Table to clause 17

125

F2011L01830

7 Sept 2011

FSC67

8 Sept 2011

8 Sept 2011

ad

Entry for glycerophospholipid cholesterol acyltransferase.

Table to clause 17

128

F2011L01830

10 Jan 2012

FSC70

12 Jan 2012

12 January 2012

ad

Entry for endo-protease.

Table to clause 17

131

F2012L01060

22 May 2012

FSC73

24 May 2012

24 May 2012

ad

Entry for amylomaltase.

Table to clause 17

135

F2012L02014

10 Oct 2012

FSC77

11 Oct 2012

11 Oct 2011

am

Spelling of Lactococcus, Micrococcus, Rhizopus and amyloliquefaciens.

Table to clause 17

135

F2012L02014

10 Oct 2012

FSC77

11 Oct 2012

11 Oct 2011

am

Formatting error in Editorial note after the Table.

Table to clause 17

142

30 July 2013

F2013 L01465

FSC84

1 Aug 2012

1 Aug 2013

rep

Entry for invertase.

Table to clause 17

142

30 July 2013

F2013 L01465

FSC84

1 Aug 2012

1 Aug 2013

ad

Entry for β-Fructofuranosidase.

Table to clause 17

151

F2014L01624

3 Dec 2014

FSC 93

4 Dec 2014

4 Dec 2014

rep

Entry for carboxyl proteinase.

Table to clause 17

151

F2014L01624

3 Dec 2014

FSC 93

4 Dec 2014

4 Dec 2014

ad

Entries for Aspergillopepsin I and Aspergillopepsin II.

Table to clause 17

153

F2015L00197

24 Feb 2015

FSC 95

26 Feb 2015

26 Feb 2015

ad

Entries for Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase and Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase, protein-engineered variant.

 

Table to clause 17

153

F2015L00197

24 Feb 2015

FSC 95

26 Feb 2015

26 Feb 2015

rep

Entry for Hemicellulase endo-1,4-β-xylanase.

 

Table to clause 17

156

F2015L01219

5 Aug 2015

FSC98

6 Aug 2015

6 Aug 2015

 

ad

Entry for Trypsin.

 

Table to clause 17

156

F2015L01220

5 Aug 2015

FSC98

6 Aug 2015

 

6 Aug 2015

 

ad

Entry for Chymotrypsin.

 

Table to clause 18

 

56

F2008B00794

9 Dec 2008

P24

20 Sept 2001

20 Sept 2001

ad

To insert an Australia only Standard for ethylene oxide until 30 September 2003.

Table to clause 18

70

24 Dec 2008

F2008B00817

FSC12

29 April 2004

29 April 2004

ad

Entry for ammonium sulphite.

Table to clause 18

91

15 Feb 2007

F2007L00373

FSC33

15 Feb 2007

 

15 Feb 2007

am

Errors and duplications, remove anomalies and improve consistency.

19

121

F2011L00213

9 Feb 2011

FSC63

10 Feb 2011

 

10 Feb 2011

ad, am

New clause relating to dimethyl dicarbonate