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CODEX COMMITTEE ON NUTRITION AND FOODS FOR SPECIAL DIETARY USES - 36thSession
Bali, Indonesia, 24 -28 November 2014

Annotated agenda es fr

European Union comments on:

  • Agenda Item 2: Matters Referred to the Committee - Part B. Codex Strategic Plan 2014-2019
  • Agenda Item 3: Proposed Draft Revision of the Codex General Principles for the Addition of Essential Nutrients to Foods (CAC/GL 09-1987)
  • Agenda Item 4: Proposed Draft Additional or Revised Nutrient Reference Values for Labelling Purposes in the Guidelines on Nutrition Labelling.
  • Agenda Item 8: Proposed Draft Revision of the List of Food Additives in Codex Stan 72-1981.
  • Codex Circular Letter CL 2014/27- NFSDU: Request for Comments at Step 6 on the Draft Revision of the General Principles for the Addition of Essential Nutrients to Foods (CAC/GL 9-1987)

CODEX COMMITTEE ON NUTRITION AND FOODS FOR SPECIAL DIETARY USES - 35thSession
Bad Soden am Taunus, Germany, 4 – 8 November 2013

Annotated agenda es fr indicating the division of competence and right to vote between the European Union and its Member States.

European Union comments on:

  • Agenda Item 2a and 7: Proposed Draft Revision of the List of Food Additives
  • Agenda Item 3: Proposed Draft Additional or Revised Nutrient Reference Values for Labelling Purposes in the Codex Guidelines on Nutrition Labelling.
  • Agenda Item 5: Proposed Draft Amendment of the Standard for Processed Cereal-Based Foods for Infants and Young Children to include a New Part B for underweight infants and young children.
  • Agenda Item 8: Discussion paper on a potential nutrient reference value for potassium in relation to risk of noncommunicable disease.
  • Agenda Item 9: Discussion paper on Biofortification.
  • Conference Room document prepared by the European Union :

  • Agenda Item 6: Review of the Codex Standard for Follow-up Formula.

CODEX COMMITTEE ON NUTRITION AND FOODS FOR SPECIAL DIETARY USES - 34thSession
Bad Soden am Taunus, Germany (3 – 7 December 2012)

Annotated agenda es fr

European Union comments on:

  • Agenda Item 4 A): proposed Draft General Principles For Establishing Nutrient Reference Values For Nutrients Associated With Risk Of Diet-Related Noncommunicable Diseases For General Population (Nrvs-Ncd)
  • Agenda Item 5: Proposed Draft Additional or Revised Nutrient Reference Values for Labelling Purposes in the Codex Guidelines on Nutrition Labelling.
  • Agenda Item 6: proposed draft revision of the codex general principles for the addition of essential nutrients to foods (cac/gl 09-1987)

European Union comments on:

  • CL 2011/24-NFSDU (Part B, Point 3): "Proposed Draft General Principles for Establishing Nutrient Reference Values for Nutrients Associated with Risk of Diet-Related Noncommunicable Diseases for the General Population"

CODEX COMMITTEE ON NUTRITION AND FOODS FOR SPECIAL DIETARY USES - 33ndSession
Bad Soden am Taunus, Germany (14 – 18 November 2011)

Annotated agenda es fr

European Union comments on:

  • CL 2010/53-NFSDU - Part B: "Principles and Criteria for the Development of NRVs for Labelling Purposes for Nutrients Associated with Risk of Diet-related Noncommunicable Diseases"
  • Agenda Item 4 a) and 4 b): Proposed Draft General Principles for Establishing Nutrient Reference Values for Nutrients Associated with Risk of Diet-Related Non-communicable Diseases for the General Population and Proposed Draft Nutrient Reference Values (NRVs)
  • Agenda Item 5: Proposed Draft Revision of the Codex General Principles for the Addition of Essential Nutrients to Foods (CAC/GL 09-1987)
  • Agenda Item 6: Proposed Draft Revision of the Guidelines on Formulated Supplementary Foods for Older Infants and Young Children (CAC/GL 8-1991) (CX/NFSDU 11/33/8)
  • Agenda Item 7: Proposed Draft Amendment of the Standard for Processed Cereal-Based Foods for Infants and Young Children to include a new Part B for Underweight Children

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