Building up associations

IADSA has been involved in establishing more than 15 of its associations over the past decade. We work with companies and authorities to build national associations in countries where one does not exist.

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Codex Alimentarius

  • Codex Committee on Food Additives
    22 April 2012

    In 1995 Codex adopted the General Standard for Food Additives, which is a list of permitted additives in food products, including food supplements. The Standard is updated every year and a large number of additives are under discussion for their inclusion. It is essential that this list contains all additives which are commonly used to ...more

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  • Codex Committee on Contaminants in Foods
    22 April 2012

    In 1995, Codex adopted the General Standard for Contaminants and Toxins in Foods, which contains the main principles and procedures which are used and recommended by the Codex Alimentarius in dealing with contaminants and toxins in foods, and lists the maximum levels of contaminants and natural toxicants in foods which are recommended by the Codex ...more

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  • Codex Committee on Food Labelling
    22 April 2012

    Guidelines for the Use of Nutrition and Health Claims In 2004 Codex adopted Guidelines for the Use of Nutrition and Health Claims. This was the subject of several years of often heated discussion among governments, with widely varying viewpoints on how much information should be available to consumers on food products. These Guidelines include ...more

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