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Product Labelling Regulations Published for Comment


Department of Trade and IndustryProposed changes to Consumer Protection Act regulations seek to ensure that they refer to genetically modified ingredients or components as opposed to just organisms.The proposals are…

Amendments Proposed to Labelling of Cosmetics Regulations


Department of HealthThe health department has published draft amended Regulations Relating to the Labelling, Advertising and Composition of Cosmetics in Government Gazette 40216 for comment.The proposed regulations flow from the…

Foodstuffs Labelling and Advertising Regulations Amended


Department of HealthProposed regulations relating to the labelling and advertising of foods have been published for public comment in terms of the Foodstuffs, Cosmetics and Disinfectants Act (1972).The regulations refer…

Medical Devices Regulations Issued for Comment


Department of HealthGeneral regulations relating to medical devices and in vitro diagnostic medical devices (IVDS) have been published for public comment in terms of the Medicines and Related Substances Act…

Meat Labelling Regulations in Place


Department of Trade and IndustryTougher labelling conditions for processed and dried meat products have been put in place.The notice, published in Government Gazette 36968, also outlines the type of information…

Limitations on Salt in Processed Food: Draft Regulations Gazetted


Department of HealthDraft regulations aimed at limiting the salt/sodium content of certain processed foodstuffs have been published in the Government Gazette for comment.They can be found in notice R533 of…

Health Department Publishes Range of New and Proposed New Regulations


Department of HealthThe department of health has published a range of new regulations, together with proposed amendments to existing regulations for public comment.The new regulations affect a range of procedures…