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GB 11674-2010 English PDF (GB11674-2010)

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GB 11674-2010: National food safety standard -- Whey powder and whey protein powder

This Standard is applicable to products such as demineralized whey powder, non-demineralized whey powder, condensed whey protein powder, and separated whey protein powder.
GB 11674-2010
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
National Food Safety Standard
Whey Powder and Whey Protein Powder
ISSUED ON. MARCH 26, 2010
IMPLEMENTED ON. DECEMBER 1, 2010
Issued by. Ministry of Health of the People's Republic of China
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Normative References ... 4
3 Terms and Definitions ... 4
4 Technical Requirements ... 4
Foreword
This Standard corresponds to standard Codex Stan 289-1995 (Revision 2003, Amendment 2006)" Standard for Whey Powders" issued by International Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC). The consistent degree between this Standard and Codex Stan 289-1995 (Revision 2003, Amendment 2006) is not equivalent.
This Standard replaces GB 11674-2005 "Hygienic Standard of Whey Powders". Compared with GB 11674-2005, the main changes of this Standard are as follows. - The standard name was changed to "Whey Powder and Whey Protein Powder"; - The description of "Scope" was modified;
- "Terms and Definitions" was defined;
- The product category in "Physical and Chemical Indices" was changed to demineralized whey powder, non-demineralized whey powder and whey protein powder;
- The lactose index was added;
- The fat index was deleted;
- The acidity (measured by lactic acid) index was deleted;
- The iron (Fe) index was deleted;
- "Pollutant limit" directly quotes the provisions specified in GB 2762; - "Mycotoxin limit" directly quotes the provisions specified in GB 2761; - The "veterinary drug residues" index was deleted;
- The expression method of "microorganism index" was modified;
- The requirements on nutritional supplements were added.
The previous editions replaced by this Standard are.
- GB 11674-1989, and GB 11674-2005.
National Food Safety Standard
Whey Powder and Whey Protein Powder
1????Scope??
This Standard is applicable to products such as demineralized whey powder, non-demineralized whey powder, condensed whey protein powder, and separated whey protein powder. 2????Normative??References??
The documents quoted in this Standard are indispensable for the application of this Standard. For dated references, only the dated edition is applicable to this document. For undated references, the latest editions of the normative documents (including all amendments) are applicable to this document.
3????Terms??and??Definitions??
3.1 Whey
It refers to the liquid that is obtained by separating the clotted milk, with raw milk as the raw material, when producing cheese, casein and other similar products by adopting methods such as rennin, acidation or membrane filtration.
3.2 Whey powder
It refers to the powder products that are produced by drying the raw material (whey). 3.2.1 Demineralized whey powder
It refers to the powder products that are produced by demineralizing and drying the raw material (whey).
3.2.2 Non-demineralized whey powder
It refers to the powder products that are produced without demineralizing but with drying the raw material (whey).
3.3 Whey Protein powder
It refers to the powder products of which the protein content is not less than 25 %, with whey as the raw material, produced by adopting techniques such as separation, concentration, and drying. 4????Technical??Requirements??
4.1 Raw material requirements
4.1.1 Whey. The whey that is obtained from the milk product, with the raw milk that meets the requirements specified in GB 19301 as the raw material.
4.1.2 Other raw materials. They shall meet the corresponding safety standards and/or relevant corresponding safety standards and the relevant provisions.
4.7.2 The use of food additives and nutritional supplements shall comply with the provisions specified in GB 2760 and GB 14880.

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