In accordance with the Food Safety and Hygiene Management Law, this regulatory order has been established to address the usage and labeling requirements of trans-resveratrol, a food raw material derived from genetically modified brewer's yeast…
- Taiwan introduces Restrictions and Labeling Requirements for Genetically Modified Trans-Resveratrol in Food Products
Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan announced to amend "Pesticide Residue Allowance Standard".
The revision includes:
- "Tao Si Song" is prohibited from exporting and selling.
- Taiwan issues draft on restrictions and labeling of trans-resveratrol produced by genetically modified Saccharomyces cerevisiaestrain EFSC4687
"Taiwan has drafted regulations on the usage restrictions and labelling of food raw material trans-resveratrol produced by fermentation of genetically modified beer yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) strain EFSC4687 as a food ingredient.
Taiwan drafts a notification for usage restriction and labelling requirements of Hen egg white lysozyme hydrolysate for use as a food ingredient.
- Taiwan proposed a draft for the management of designated import facilities for chicks and fertilised eggs
Taiwan drafted key management points for designated facilities for the import of chicks and fertilised eggs. The Operation Instructions were implemented to add, revoke, and reinstate the designated establishments DE(s).
The Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu has revised the regulations governing the labeling of health food.
- The separate customs territory of taiwan, penghu, kinmen and matsu released Draft Standards for Pesticide Residue Limits in Foods
Taiwan's Ministry of Health and welfare issued a draft for amending pesticide residue limits in foods.The draft sets MRL's for different pesticides like Afidopyropen, Benthiavalicarb isopropyl, Cyantraniliprole, Cyflumetofen, Dinotefuran,…
Taiwan's Ministry of Health and Welfare issued a notice that proposes abolishing the Good Manufacturing Practice for Health Food Factories.
Ministry of Health and Welfare issued an amendment to the Scope and Limitation Standards for the use of nutritional additive L-cystic acid in the daily consumption which should not exceed 500 mg.