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Food Standards as amended, taking into account amendments up to Food Standards (Proposal P1043 – Code Revision (2016)) Variation
This instrument includes new Schedule 29 in the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.
Administered by: Health
Registered 18 Apr 2017
Start Date 13 Apr 2017
End Date 06 Sep 2017

Schedule 29           Special purpose foods

Note 1        This instrument is a standard under the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 (Cth). The standards together make up the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. See also section 1.1.1—3.

                   Special purpose foods are regulated by Part 9 of Chapter 2, which contains Standard 2.9.1, Standard 2.9.2, Standard 2.9.3, Standard 2.9.4, Standard 2.9.5 and Standard 2.9.6. This Standard prescribes information for these standards.

Note 2        The provisions of the Code that apply in New Zealand are incorporated in, or adopted under, the Food Act 2014 (NZ). See also section 1.1.1—3.

S29—1                Name

                            This Standard is Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Schedule 29 – Special purpose foods.

                                      Note    Commencement:
This Standard commences on 1 March 2016, being the date specified as the commencement date in notices in the Gazette and the New Zealand Gazette under section 92 of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 (Cth). See also section 93 of that Act.

S29—2                Infant formula product—calculation of energy

                   (1)      For paragraph 2.9.1—4(2)(a), the energy content of infant formula product must be calculated using:

                            (a)      the energy contributions of the following *components only:

                                      (i)       fat; and

                                      (ii)      protein; and

                                      (iii)     carbohydrate; and

                            (b)      the relevant energy factors set out in section S11—2.

                   (2)      The energy content of infant formula product must be expressed in kilojoules.

S29—3                Infant formula product—calculation of protein content

                            For paragraph 2.9.1—4(2)(b), the protein content (PC) of infant formula product must be calculated in accordance with the following equation:

                           

                            where:

NC is the nitrogen content of the infant formula product.

F is:

                            (a)      for milk proteins and their partial protein hydrolysates—6.38; or

                            (b)      otherwise—6.25.

S29—4                Infant formula product—calculation of potential renal solute load

                   (1)      For paragraph 2.9.1—4(2)(c), the potential renal solute load (PRSL), in    mOsm/100 kJ, must be calculated in accordance with the following equation:

                           

where:

Na is the amount of sodium in the infant formula product in mg/100 kJ.

Cl is the amount of chloride in the infant formula product in mg/100 kJ.

K is the amount of potassium in the infant formula product in mg/100 kJ.

Pavail is given by the formula set out in subsection (2).

N is the amount of nitrogen in the infant formula product in mg/100 kJ.

                   (2)      In subsection (1), Pavail is calculated in accordance with the following equation:

                           

where:

Pmbf is the amount of phosphorus in the milk-based formula.

Psbf is the amount of phosphorus in the soy-based formula.

S29—5                Infant formula products—substances permitted as nutritive substances

                            For section 2.9.1—5, the table is:

Infant formula products—substances permitted for use as nutritive substances

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Substance

Permitted forms

Minimum amount per 100 kJ

Maximum amount per 100 kJ

Adenosine-5′-monophosphate

Adenosine-5′- monophosphate

0.14 mg

0.38 mg

L-carnitine

L-carnitine

0.21 mg

0.8 mg

Choline

Choline chloride

1.7 mg

7.1 mg

 

Choline bitartrate

 

 

Cytidine-5′-monophosphate

Cytidine-5′-monophosphate

0.22 mg

0.6 mg

Guanosine-5′-monophosphate

Guanosine-5′-monophosphate

0.04 mg

0.12 mg

 

Guanosine-5′-monophosphate sodium salt

 

 

Inosine-5′-monophosphate

Inosine-5′-monophosphate

0.08 mg

0.24 mg

 

Inosine-5′-monophosphate sodium salt

 

 

Lutein

Lutein from Tagetes erecta L.

1.5 µg

5 µg

Inositol

Inositol

1.0 mg

9.5 mg

Taurine

Taurine

0.8 mg

3 mg

Uridine-5′-monophosphate

Uridine-5′-monophosphate sodium salt

0.13 mg

0.42 mg

S29—6                Infant formula products—L-amino acids that must be present in infant formula and follow-on formula

                            For section 2.9.1—10, the table is:

L-amino acids that must be present in infant formula and follow-on formula

L-amino acid

Minimum amount per 100 kJ

Histidine

10 mg

Isoleucine

21 mg

Leucine

42 mg

Lysine

30 mg

Cysteine & cysteine total

6 mg

Cysteine, cystine & methionine total

19 mg

Phenylalanine

17 mg

Phenylalanine & tyrosine total

32 mg

Threonine

19 mg

Tryptophan

7 mg

Valine

25 mg

S29—7                Permitted forms of vitamins, minerals and electrolytes in infant formula products, food for infants and food for special medical purposes

                            For sections 2.9.1—12, 2.9.2—4, 2.9.2—5, 2.9.2—6 and 2.9.5—6, the table is:

Permitted forms of vitamins, minerals and electrolytes in infant formula products, etc

Vitamin, mineral or electrolyte

Permitted forms

Vitamin A

 

             Retinol forms

vitamin A (retinol)

 

vitamin A acetate (retinyl acetate)

 

vitamin A palmitate (retinyl palmitate)

 

retinyl propionate

             Provitamin A forms

beta-carotene

Vitamin C

L-ascorbic acid

 

L-ascorbyl palmitate

 

calcium ascorbate

 

potassium ascorbate

 

sodium ascorbate

Vitamin D

vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol)

 

vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)

 

vitamin D (cholecalciferol-cholesterol)

Thiamin

thiamin hydrochloride

 

thiamin mononitrate

Riboflavin

riboflavin

 

riboflavin-5′-phosphate, sodium

Niacin

niacinamide (nicotinamide)

Vitamin B6

pyridoxine hydrochloride

 

pyridoxine-5′-phosphate

Folate

folic acid

Pantothenic acid

calcium pantothenate

 

dexpanthenol

Vitamin B12

cyanocobalamin

 

hydroxocobalamin

Biotin

d-biotin

Vitamin E

dl-α-tocopherol

 

d-α-tocopherol concentrate

 

tocopherols concentrate, mixed

 

d-α-tocopheryl acetate

 

dl-α-tocopheryl acetate

 

d-α-tocopheryl acid succinate

 

dl-α-tocopheryl succinate

Vitamin K

Vitamin K1 as phylloquinone (phytonadione)

 

phytylmenoquinone

Calcium

calcium carbonate

 

calcium chloride

 

calcium citrate

 

calcium gluconate

 

calcium glycerophosphate

 

calcium hydroxide

 

calcium lactate

 

calcium oxide

 

calcium phosphate, dibasic

 

calcium phosphate, monobasic

 

calcium phosphate, tribasic

 

calcium sulphate

Chloride

calcium chloride

 

magnesium chloride

 

potassium chloride

 

sodium chloride

Chromium

chromium sulphate

Copper

copper gluconate

 

cupric sulphate

 

cupric citrate

Iodine

potassium iodate

 

potassium iodide

 

sodium iodide

Iron

ferric ammonium citrate

 

ferric pyrophosphate

 

ferrous citrate

 

ferrous fumarate

 

ferrous gluconate

 

ferrous lactate

 

ferrous succinate

 

ferrous sulphate

Magnesium

magnesium carbonate

 

magnesium chloride

 

magnesium gluconate

 

magnesium oxide

 

magnesium phosphate, dibasic

 

magnesium phosphate, tribasic

 

magnesium sulphate

Manganese

manganese chloride

 

manganese gluconate

 

manganese sulphate

 

manganese carbonate

 

manganese citrate

Molybdenum

sodium molybdate VI

Phosphorus

calcium glycerophosphate

 

calcium phosphate, dibasic

 

calcium phosphate, monobasic

 

calcium phosphate, tribasic

 

magnesium phosphate, dibasic

 

potassium phosphate, dibasic

 

potassium phosphate, monobasic

 

potassium phosphate, tribasic

 

sodium phosphate, dibasic

 

sodium phosphate, monobasic

 

sodium phosphate, tribasic

Potassium

potassium bicarbonate

 

potassium carbonate

 

potassium chloride

 

potassium citrate

 

potassium glycerophosphate

 

potassium gluconate

 

potassium hydroxide

 

potassium phosphate, dibasic

 

potassium phosphate, monobasic

 

potassium phosphate, tribasic

Selenium

seleno methionine

 

sodium selenate

 

sodium selenite

Sodium

sodium bicarbonate

 

sodium carbonate

 

sodium chloride

 

sodium chloride iodised

 

sodium citrate

 

sodium gluconate

 

sodium hydroxide

 

sodium iodide

 

sodium lactate

 

sodium phosphate, dibasic

 

sodium phosphate, monobasic

 

sodium phosphate, tribasic

 

sodium sulphate

 

sodium tartrate

Zinc

zinc acetate

 

zinc chloride

 

zinc gluconate

 

zinc oxide

 

zinc sulphate

S29—8                Infant formula products—limits on fatty acids that may be present in infant formula and follow-on formula

                            For section 2.9.1—11, the table is:

Limits on fatty acids that may be present in infant formula and follow-on formula

Fatty acid

Limits

Essential fatty acids

 

Linoleic acid (18:2)

no less than 9% of the total fatty acids

 

no more than 26% of the total fatty acids

α-Linolenic acid (18:3)

no less than 1.1% of the total fatty acids

 

no more than 4% of the total fatty acids

Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids

 

Long chain omega 6 series fatty acids (C> = 20)

no more than 2% of the total fatty acids

Arachidonic acid (20:4)

no more than 1% of the total fatty acids

Long chain omega 3 series fatty acids (C> = 20)

no more than 1% of the total fatty acids

Total trans fatty acids

no more than 4% of the total fatty acids

Erucic acid (22:1)

no more than 1% of the total fatty acids

S29—9                Required vitamins, minerals and electrolytes in infant formula and follow-on formula

                            For section 2.9.1—12, the table is:

Required vitamins, minerals and electrolytes in infant formula and follow-on formula

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Vitamin, mineral or electrolyte

Minimum amount
per 100 kJ

Maximum amount
per 100 kJ

Vitamins

 

 

Vitamin A

14 μg

43 μg

Vitamin D

0.25 μg

0.63 μg

Vitamin C

1.7 mg

 

Thiamin

10 μg

 

Riboflavin

14 μg

 

Preformed Niacin

130 μg

 

Vitamin B6

9 μg

36 μg

Folate

2 μg

 

Pantothenic acid

70 μg

 

Vitamin B12

0.025 μg

 

Biotin

0.36 μg

 

Vitamin E

0.11 mg

1.1 mg

Vitamin K

1 μg

 

Minerals

 

 

Calcium

12 mg

 

Phosphorus

6 mg

25 mg

Magnesium

1.2 mg

4.0 mg

Iron

0.2 mg

0.5 mg

Iodine

1.2 μg

10 μg

Copper

14 μg

43 μg

Zinc

0.12 mg

0.43 mg

Manganese

0.24 μg

24.0 μg

Selenium

0.25 μg

1.19 μg

Electrolytes

 

 

Chloride

12 mg

35 mg

Sodium

5 mg

15 mg

Potassium

20 mg

50 mg

S29—10              Guidelines for infant formula products

Guideline for maximum amount of vitamins and minerals in infant formula products

                   (1)      It is recommended that the quantities specified in the table to this section be observed as the maximum levels of vitamins and minerals in infant formula product.

Guideline for maximum amount of vitamins and minerals in infant formula products

Vitamin or mineral

Recommended maximum amount per 100 kJ

Vitamins

 

Vitamin C

5.4 mg

Thiamin

48 μg

Riboflavin

86 μg

Preformed Niacin

480 μg

Folate

8.0 μg

Pantothenic acid

360 μg

Vitamin B12

0.17 μg

Vitamin K

5.0 μg

Biotin

2.7 μg

Minerals

 

Calcium

33 mg

Phosphorus

22 mg

Manganese

7.2 μg, for infant formula products specifically formulated to satisfy particular metabolic, immunological, renal, hepatic or malabsorptive conditions

Chromium

2.0 μg

Molybdenum

3 μg

Guideline on advice regarding additional vitamin and mineral supplementation

                   (2)      Manufacturers are recommended to provide an advice in the label on a package of infant formula product to the effect that consumption of vitamin or mineral preparations is not necessary.

Nutrition information table

                   (3)      It is recommended that the nutrition information table be set out in the format specified in the table to this section.

NUTRITION INFORMATION

 

Average amount per 100 mL made up formula (see Note 1)

Average amount per 100 g of powder (or per 100 mL for liquid concentrate) (see Note 2)

Energy

kJ

kJ

Protein

g

g

Fat

g

g

Carbohydrate

g

g


Vitamin A

μg

μg

Vitamin B6

μg

μg

Vitamin B12

μg

μg

Vitamin C

mg

mg

Vitamin D

μg

μg

Vitamin E

μg

μg

Vitamin K

μg

μg

Biotin

μg

μg

Niacin

mg

mg

Folate

μg

μg

Pantothenic acid

μg

μg

Riboflavin

μg

μg

Thiamin

μg

μg

 

 

 

Calcium

mg

mg

Copper

μg

μg

Iodine

μg

μg

Iron

mg

mg

Magnesium

mg

mg

Manganese

μg

μg

Phosphorus

mg

mg

Selenium

μg

μg

Zinc

mg

mg

 

 

 

Chloride

mg

mg

Potassium

mg

mg

Sodium

mg

mg

 

 

 

(insert any other substance used as a nutritive substance or inulin-type fructans and galacto-oligosaccharides to be declared)

g, mg, μg

g, mg, μg

                                      Note 1 Delete the words ‘made up formula’ in the case of formulas sold in ‘ready to drink’ form.

                                      Note 2 Delete this column in the case of formulas sold in ‘ready to drink’ form.

S29—11              Food for infants—claims that can be made about vitamins and minerals added to cereal-based food for infants

                            For section 2.9.2—10, the table is:

Claims that can be made about vitamins and minerals added to cereal-based food for infants

Vitamin or mineral

Maximum claim per serve

Thiamin (mg)

15% RDI

Niacin (mg)

15% RDI

Folate (μg)

10% RDI

Vitamin B6 (mg)

10% RDI

Vitamin C (mg)

10% RDI

Magnesium (mg)

15% RDI

S29—12              Formulated meal replacements—vitamins and minerals that must be present in formulated meal replacements

                   (1)      For sections 2.9.3—3, 2.9.3—4 and 2.9.6—4, the table is set out below.

                   (2)      In the table, the amounts set out in columns 2 and 3 are for a 1-meal serving, and are expressed as a proportion of the RDI.


 

Vitamins and minerals that must be present in formulated meal replacements

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Vitamin or mineral

Maximum amount

Maximum claim

Vitamin A

300 μg (40%)

300 μg (40%)

Thiamin

No amount set

0.55 mg (50%)

Riboflavin

No amount set

0.85 mg (50%)

Niacin

No amount set

5 mg (50%)

Folate

No amount set

100 μg (50%)

Vitamin B6

No amount set

0.8 mg (50%)

Vitamin B12

No amount set

1 μg (50%)

Vitamin C

No amount set

20 mg (50%)

Vitamin D

5.0 μg (50%)

5 μg (50%)

Vitamin E

No amount set

5 mg (50%)

Calcium

No amount set

400 mg (50%)

Iodine

75 μg (50%)

75 μg (50%)

Iron

No amount set

4.8 mg (40%)

Magnesium

No amount set

160 mg (50%)

Phosphorus

No amount set

500 mg (50%)

Zinc

No amount set

4.8 mg (40%)

S29—13              Vitamins and minerals that may be added to formulated meal replacements

                   (1)      For sections 2.9.3—3, 2.9.3—4 and 2.9.6—4, the table is set out below.

                   (2)      In the table, the amounts set out in columns 2 and 3 are for a 1-meal serving, and are expressed as a proportion of the *ESADDI unless stated otherwise.

Vitamins and minerals that may be added to formulated meal replacements

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Vitamin or mineral

Maximum amount

Maximum claim

Biotin

No amount set

5 μg (17%)

Pantothenic acid

No amount set

0.8 mg (17%)

Vitamin K

No amount set

40 μg (50%)

Chromium:

 

 

             inorganic

34 μg (17%)

34 μg (17%)

             organic

16 μg (8%)

no claim permitted

Copper:

 

 

             inorganic

0.50 mg (17%)

0.50 mg (17%)

             organic

0.24 mg (8%)

no claim permitted

Manganese:

 

 

             inorganic

0.85 mg (17%)

0.85 mg (17%)

             organic

0.4 mg (8%)

no claim permitted

Molybdenum:

 

 

             inorganic

42.5 μg (17%)

42.5 μg (17%)

             organic

20 μg (8%)

no claim permitted

Selenium:

 

 

             inorganic

17.5 μg (25% RDI)

17.5 μg (25% RDI)

             organic

9 μg (13% RDI)

9 μg (13% RDI)

S29—14              Vitamins and minerals that may be added to formulated supplementary foods

                   (1)      For section 2.9.3—5, the table is set out below.

                   (2)      In the table, the amounts set out in Columns 2 and 3 are for a serving, and are expressed as a proportion of the RDI.

Vitamins and minerals that may be added to formulated supplementary foods

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Vitamin or mineral

Maximum amount

Maximum claim

Vitamins

 

 

Vitamin A

340 μg (45%)

265 μg (35%)

Thiamin

No amount set

0.55 mg (50%)

Riboflavin

No amount set

0.85 mg (50%)

Niacin

No amount set

5 mg (50%)

Folate

No amount set

100 μg (50%)

Vitamin B6

No amount set

0.8 mg (50%)

Vitamin B12

No amount set

1 μg (50%)

Vitamin C

No amount set

20 mg (50%)

Vitamin D

5 μg (50%)

5 μg (50%)

Vitamin E

No amount set

5 mg (50%)

Minerals

 

 

Calcium

No amount set

400 mg (50%)

Iodine

75 μg (50%)

75 μg (50%)

Iron

No amount set

6 mg (50%)

Magnesium

No amount set

130 mg (40%)

Phosphorus

No amount set

500 mg (50%)

Zinc

No amount set

3 mg (25%)

S29—15              Vitamins and minerals that may be added to formulated supplementary food for young children

                   (1)      For sections 2.9.3—7 and 2.9.3—8, the table is set out below.

                   (2)      In the table, the amounts set out in Columns 2 and 3 are for a serving, and are expressed as a proportion of the RDI.

Vitamins and minerals that may be added to formulated supplementary food for young children

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Vitamin or mineral

Maximum amount (as percentage of RDI)

Maximum claim (as percentage of RDI)

Vitamins

 

 

Vitamin A

135 μg (45%)

105 μg (35%)

Thiamin

No amount set

0.25 mg (50%)

Riboflavin

No amount set

0.4 mg (50%)

Niacin

No amount set

2.5 mg (50%)

Folate

No amount set

50 μg (50%)

Vitamin B6

No amount set

0.35 mg (50%)

Vitamin B12

No amount set

0.5 μg (50%)

Vitamin C

No amount set

15 mg (50%)

Vitamin D

2.5 μg (50%)

2.5 μg (50%)

Vitamin E

No amount set

2.5 mg (50%)

Minerals

 

 

Calcium

No amount set

350 mg (50%)

Iodine

70 μg (100%)

35 μg (50%)

Iron

No amount set

3.0 mg (50%)

Magnesium

No amount set

32 mg (40%)

Phosphorus

No amount set

250 mg (50%)

Zinc

No amount set

1.1 mg (25%)

S29—16              Vitamins and minerals that may be added to formulated supplementary sports foods

                   (1)      For section 2.9.4—3, the table is set out below.

                   (2)      In the table, the amounts set out in Columns 2 and 3 are for a *one-day quantity.

Vitamins and minerals that may be added to formulated supplementary sports foods

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Vitamin or mineral

Maximum amount

Maximum claim

Vitamins

 

 

Vitamin A

375 μg

375 μg

Thiamin

 

2.2 mg

Riboflavin

 

3.4 mg

Niacin

 

20 mg

Folate

 

400 μg

Vitamin B6

 

3.2 mg

Vitamin B12

 

4 μg

Vitamin C

 

80 mg

Vitamin D

2.5 μg

2.5 μg

Vitamin E

 

20 mg

Biotin

 

50 μg

Pantothenic acid

 

3.5 mg

Minerals

 

 

Calcium

 

1 600 mg

Chromium:

 

 

             inorganic forms

100 μg

100 μg

             organic forms

50 μg

50 μg

Copper:

 

 

             inorganic forms

1.5 mg

1.5 mg

             organic forms

750 μg

750 μg

Iodine

75 μg

75 μg

Iron

 

12 mg

Magnesium

 

640 mg

Manganese:

 

 

             inorganic forms

 

2.5 mg

             organic forms

 

1.25 mg

Molybdenum:

 

 

             inorganic forms

 

125 μg

             organic forms

 

62.5 μg

Phosphorus

 

1 000 mg

Selenium:

 

 

             inorganic forms

52 μg

52 μg

             organic forms

26 μg

26 μg

Zinc

 

12 mg

S29—17              Additional permitted forms for vitamins and minerals in formulated supplementary sports foods and in formulated meal replacements

                            For sections 2.9.3—3 and 2.9.4—3, the table is:

Additional permitted forms

Column 1

Column 2

Vitamin or mineral

Permitted forms

Biotin

d-biotin

Pantothenic acid

d-sodium pantothenate

Calcium

Calcium hydroxide

Chromium:

 

             inorganic forms

Chromic chloride

             organic forms

High chromium yeast

 

Chromium picolinate

 

Chromium nicotinate

 

Chromium aspartate

Copper:

 

             inorganic forms

Cupric carbonate

 

Cupric sulphate

             organic forms

Copper gluconate

 

Copper-lysine complex

 

Cupric citrate

Magnesium

Magnesium citrate

 

Magnesium hydroxide

Manganese:

 

             inorganic forms

Manganese carbonate

 

Manganese chloride

 

Manganese sulphate

             organic forms

Manganese citrate

Molybdenum:

 

             inorganic forms

Sodium molybdate

             organic forms

High molybdenum yeast

Phosphorus

Magnesium phosphate, monobasic

 

Potassium phosphate, tribasic

 

Sodium phosphate, monobasic

 

Sodium phosphate, tribasic

 

Phosphoric acid

S29—18              Amino acids that may be added to formulated supplementary sports food

                            For paragraph 2.9.4—3(1)(b), the table is.

Amino acids that may be added to formulated supplementary sports food

Column 1

Column 2

Amino acid

Maximum amount that may be added to a one-day quantity

L-Alanine

1 200 mg

L-Arginine

1 100 mg

L-Aspartic acid

600 mg

L-Cysteine

440 mg

L-Glutamine

1 900 mg

L-Glutamic acid

1 600 mg

Glycine

1 500 mg

L-Histidine

420 mg

L-Isoleucine

350 mg

L-Leucine

490 mg

L-Lysine

420 mg

L-Methionine

180 mg

L-Ornithine

360 mg

L-Phenylalanine

490 mg

L-Proline

1 100 mg

L-Serine

1 400 mg

L-Taurine

60 mg

L-Threonine

245 mg

L-Tyrosine

400 mg

L-Tryptophan

100 mg

L-Valine

350 mg

S29—19              Substances that may be used as nutritive substances in formulated supplementary sports food

                            For paragraph 2.9.4—3(1)(c), the table is:

Substances that may be used as nutritive substances in formulated supplementary sports food

Column 1

Column 2

Substance

 

Maximum amount that may be added to a one-day quantity

L-carnitine

100 mg

Choline

10 mg

Inosine

10 mg

Ubiquinones

15 mg

Creatine

3 g

Gamma-oryzinol

25 mg

S29—20              Substances that may be added to food for special medical purposes

                            For section 2.9.5—6, the table is.

Substances that may be added to food for special medical purposes

Column 1

Column 2

Substance

Permitted forms

Vitamins

 

Niacin

Nicotinic acid

Vitamin B6

Pyridoxine dipalmitate

Folate

Calcium L-methylfolate

Vitamin E

D-alpha-tocopherol

 

D-alpha-tocopheryl polyethylene glycol-1000 succinate (TPGS)

Pantothenic acid

Sodium pantothenate

 

D-panthenol

 

DL-panthenol

Minerals and electrolytes

 

Boron

Sodium borate

 

Boric acid

Calcium

Calcium bisglycinate

 

Calcium citrate malate

 

Calcium malate

 

Calcium L-pidolate

Chloride

Choline chloride

 

Sodium chloride, iodised

 

Hydrochloric acid

Chromium

Chromium chloride

 

Chromium picolinate

 

Chromium potassium sulphate

Copper

Copper-lysine complex

 

Cupric carbonate

Fluoride

Potassium fluoride

 

Sodium fluoride

Iodine

Sodium iodate

Iron

Carbonyl iron

 

Electrolytic iron

 

Ferric citrate

 

Ferric gluconate

 

Ferric orthophosphate

 

Ferric pyrophosphate, sodium

 

Ferric saccharate

 

Ferric sodium diphosphate

 

Ferrous bisglycinate

 

Ferrous carbonate

 

Ferrous carbonate, stabilised

 

Ferrous L-pidolate

 

Iron, reduced (ferrum reductum)

Magnesium

Magnesium acetate

 

Magnesium L-aspartate

 

Magnesium bisglycinate

 

Magnesium citrate

 

Magnesium glycerophosphate

 

Magnesium hydroxide

 

Magnesium hydroxide carbonate

 

Magnesium lactate

 

Magnesium phosphate, monobasic

 

Magnesium L-pidolate

 

Magnesium potassium citrate

Manganese

Manganese glycerophosphate

Molybdenum

Ammonium molybdate

Potassium

Potassium glycerophosphate

 

Potassium lactate

 

Potassium L-pidolate

Selenium

Selenium enriched yeast

 

Sodium hydrogen selenite

 

Sodium selenate

Zinc

Zinc bisglycinate

 

Zinc carbonate

 

Zinc citrate

 

Zinc lactate

Other substances

 

Amino acids

Sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium salts of single amino acids listed in this section

 

Hydrochlorides of single amino acids listed in this section

 

L-alanine

 

L-arginine

 

L-asparagine

 

L-aspartic acid

 

L-citrulline

 

L-cysteine

 

L-cystine

 

 

 

L-glutamic acid

 

L-glutamine

 

Glycine

 

L-histidine

 

L-isoleucine

 

L-leucine

 

L-lysine

 

L-lysine acetate

 

L-methionine

 

L-ornithine

 

L-phenylalanine

 

L-proline

 

L-serine

 

L-threonine

 

L-tyrosine

 

L-tryptophan

 

L-valine

 

L-arginine-L-aspartate

 

L-lysine-L-aspartate

 

L-lysine-L-glutamate

 

N-acetyl-L-methionine

Carnitine

L-carnitine

 

L-carnitine hydrochloride

 

L-carnitine L-tartrate

Choline

Choline

 

Choline bitartrate

 

Choline chloride

 

Choline citrate

 

Choline hydrogen tartrate

Inositol

Inositol

Nucleotides

Adenosine-5′-monophosphate

 

Adenosine-5′-monophosphate sodium salt

 

Cytidine-5′-monophosphate

 

Cytidine-5′-monophosphate sodium salt

 

Guanosine-5′-monophosphate

 

Guanosine-5′-monophosphate sodium salt

 

Inosine-5′-monophosphate

 

Inosine-5′-monophosphate sodium salt

 

Uridine-5′-monophosphate

 

Uridine-5′-monophosphate sodium salt

Taurine

Taurine

S29—21              Amounts of nutrients for food for special medical purposes represented as a sole source of nutrition

                            For section, 2.9.5—7, the table is:

Amounts of nutrients for food for special medical purposes represented as a sole source of nutrition

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Nutrient

Minimum amount per MJ

Maximum amount per MJ

Vitamins

 

 

Vitamin A

84 µg retinol equivalents1

430 µg retinol equivalents1

Thiamin

0.15 mg

No maximum set

Riboflavin

0.2 mg

No maximum set

Niacin

2.2 mg niacin equivalents2

No maximum set

Vitamin B6

0.2 mg

1.2 mg

Folate

25 µg

No maximum set

Vitamin B12

0.17 µg

No maximum set

Vitamin C

5.4 mg

No maximum set

Vitamin D

 

 

(a)    for products intended for children aged 1–10 years—

1.2 µg

7.5 µg

 

(b)    otherwise—

1.2 µg

6.5 µg

Vitamin E

1 mg alpha-tocopherol equivalents3

No maximum set

Biotin

1.8 µg

No maximum set

Pantothenic Acid

0.35 mg

No maximum set

Vitamin K

8.5 µg

No maximum set

Minerals

 

 

Calcium

 

 

(a)    for products intended for children aged 1–10 years—

120 mg

600 mg

(b)    otherwise—

84 mg

420 mg

Magnesium

18 mg

No maximum set

Iron

1.2 mg

No maximum set

Phosphorus

72 mg

No maximum set

Zinc

1.2 mg

3.6 mg

Manganese

0.12 mg

1.2 mg

Copper

0.15 mg

1.25 mg

Iodine

15.5 µg

84 µg

Chromium

3 µg

No maximum set

Molybdenum

7 µg

No maximum set

Selenium

6 µg

25 µg

Electrolytes

 

 

Sodium

72 mg

No maximum set

Potassium

190 mg

No maximum set

Chloride

72 mg

No maximum set

Note 1        See paragraph 1.1.2—14(3)(a).

Note 2        For niacin, add niacin and any niacin provided from the conversion of the amino acid tryptophan, using the conversion factor 1:60.

Note 3        See paragraph 1.1.2—14(3)(c).

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Amendment History

The Amendment History provides information about each amendment to the Schedule. 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 compilation No. 2 of Schedule 29 as in force on 13 April 2017 (up to Amendment No. 168). It includes any commenced amendment affecting the compilation to that date.

 

Prepared by Food Standards Australia New Zealand on 13 April 2017.

 

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 Schedule 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 Legislation 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

 

Schedule 29 was published in the Food Standards Gazette No. FSC96 on 10 April 2015 as part of Amendment 154 (F2015L00463 –- 1 April 2015) and has since been amended as follows:

 

Section affected

A’ment No.

FRL registration

Gazette

Commencement

(Cessation)

How affected

Description of amendment

S29—10(3)

157

F2015L01374

1 Sept 2015

FSC99

3 Sept 2015

 

1 March 2016

 

rs

Subsection and related table.

table to S29—17

161

F2016L00120

18 Feb 2016

FSC103

22 Feb 2016

 

1 March 2016

 

am

Correction of typographical error in table heading.

table to S29—20

168

F2017L00414

11 April 2017

FSC110

13 April 2017

 

13 April 2017

am

Insertion of a sodium fluoride as a permitted form of fluoride which was inadvertently omitted in FSC96.

S29—21

161

F2016L00120

18 Feb 2016

FSC103

22 Feb 2016

1 March 2016

 

rs

Notes 1, 2 and 3 to correct incorrect cross-reference and missing full stops.

table to S29—21

168

F2017L00414

11 April 2017

FSC110

13 April 2017

 

13 April 2017

am

Correction to abbreviation of megajoule in the heading,

Correction to formatting error for entry for vitamin E.