Turkey makes changes to food regulations to harmonize with European Union

Posted on: 13/04/2017

Turkey makes changes to food regulations to harmonize with European Union.

New regulations introduce principles and procedures for adding vitamins, minerals and certain other items to foods. These also update restrictions on active pharmacological ingredients from veterinary drugs which can be present in food from animal origins, along with maximum residue limits.

Please see the following links for the full text of the regulations (only available in Turkish).

– Regulation on the Addition of Vitamins, Minerals and Other Certain Other Items into Turkish Food Codex

– Regulation on Classification of Pharmacological Active Ingredients in food of animal origin and Maximum Residue Limits  of Turkish Food Codex

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