Health claims for combinations of substances (7 Kb) where health claims are already authorised for some of the individual substances. Some 'function claims', for which the assessment by EFSA or the consideration by the Commission is not finalised (177 Kb) . These include health claims: Referring to botanical substances A health claim is any statement about a relationship between food and health. The Commission authorises different health claims provided they are based on scientific evidence and can be easily understood by consumers. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is responsible for evaluating the scientific evidence supporting health claims reduction of excessive intestinal gas accumulation. Barley grain fibre. Barley grain fibre contributes to an increase in faecal bulk. The claim may be used only for food which is high in that fibre as referred to in the claim HIGH FIBRE as listed in the Annex to Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006. increase in faecal bulk
EU Register of nutrition and health claims made on foods
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has asked the Panel on Nutrition, Novel Foods and Food Allergens (NDA) to revise the guidance on the scientiﬁc requirements for health claims related to physical performance published in 2012. Since then, the NDA Panel has completed the evaluation of Article 13.1 claims (except for claims Health claims related to various foods/food constituents claiming effects on the immune system EFSA Journal 2011;9(4):2061 2 by the Member States in the consolidated list of Article 13 health claims and references that EFSA has received from Member States or directly from stakeholders. Immune function/immune syste Health claims related to various food(s)/food constituent(s) with antioxidant properties EFSA Journal 2010;8(10):1752 3 . On the basis of the data presented, the Panel concludes that a cause and effect relationship has no The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has now published the consolidated list of Article 13 health claims on its website. The list is available for download as a MS Access database. EFSA have screened all of the claims submitted by Member States and further clarification is required for many of the claims
The general guidance for stakeholders on the evaluation of Article 13(1), 13(5) and 14 health claims was first published in March 2011. Since then, the Panel on Dietetic Products Nutrition and Allergies (NDA) has completed the scientific assessment of Article 13(1) claims except for claims put on hold by the European Commission, and has assessedadditional health claim applications submitted. 2 OUTLINE EFSA legal framework & remit EFSA principles for scientific substantiation of claims Experience from health claim substantiation EFSA vs. non-EU jurisdictions EFSA guidance document
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Guidance on health claims related to antioxidants, oxidative damage and cardiovascular health Other guidance Guidance on the review, revision and development of EFSA's cross-cutting guidance document
Union rules on nutrition and health claims have been established by Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006.The Regulation started to apply on 1 July 2007. This regulation is the legal framework used by food business operators when they want to highlight the particular beneficial effects of their products, in relation to health and nutrition, on the product label or in its advertising
EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA)2, 3 European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy SUMMARY Following a request from the European Commission, the Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies was asked to provide a scientific opinion on a list of health claims pursuant to Article 13 o
The methodological requirements for studies supporting a health claim are described in the guidance documents published by EFSA (EFSA EFSA NDA Panel, 2011b, EFSA NDA Panel, 2012). The types of data collected from the obtained references are based on these methodological requirements
EFSA* Approved Omega-3 Fatty Acid Health Claims 20/04/2014 *EFSA = European Food Safety Authority Substance Claim type Claim Conditions of use of the claim EFSA.
EFSA has published scientific and technical guidance for the preparation and presentation of an application for authorisation of a health claim. In addition to this, EFSA has published general.
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The claims may be used subject to the conditions set out in the guidance on nutrition and health claims on foods Published 31 December 2020 Last updated 12 January 2021 + show all update
Food manufacturers make all sorts of claims about their products on labels and in packaging - such as Brand X boosts your immune system or Brand Y reduces yo..
Since the beginning of the year, EFSA published one opinion for the scientific substantiation of article 13.5 health claims. EFSA's negative opinion was on a claim application related to beta-glucans from oats and/or barley in a ready-to-eat cereal manufactured via pressure cooking and reduction of blood-glucose rise after consumption.The evidence provided for the claim application was seen.
The 11 th June 2021, EFSA has published an uncommon position on a health claim application, with a positive opinion for an application related to the gastrointestinal benefits of kiwifruit. This application has been submitted by Zespri International Limited. The applicant requested a claim on kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa var. Hayward) and the maintenance of normal defecation
health claims Health claims for which protection of proprietary data has been granted Claim type Nutrient, substance, food or / Reasons for non-authorisation EFSA opinion reference Commission regulation Status Expiry date of the restriction of use Restriction of use for the benefit of Art.13(5) Slowly digestible starch Consumption of.
. However, the articles and research alike tend to focus on a specific claim or health area . If you are a health and nutrition professional looking to expand your knowledge on EFSA Health Claims, our Regulatory Officer, Steve Morrison can guide you through the key challenges and success factors of any health claim across. health claims Claim type Nutrient, substance, food Health relationship EFSA opinion reference Commission regulation Status Entry Id Art.13(1) Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) ALA contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels The claim may be used only for food which is at least a source of ALA a The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has rejected a health claim related to a probiotic that claims to boost the immune system against pathogens in the gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts. EFSA's Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA Panel) ruled that evidence backing Heinz's Nutrimune was not sufficient to.
Guidance on the scientific requirements for health claims
When an advertiser has evidence to show that a health claim which has been submitted to EFSA is now on hold, the ASA may assess that evidence. Advertisers should be aware that there is a specific list of on-hold claims
Over 350 probiotic claims have been filed covering claims to support healthy gut flora, decreased digestive transit time, support of the immune system, defence against pathogens, oral health etc., and to date, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has rejected them all. A lot of money has been invested on research and great science is being.
An additional Article 14(1)(b) health claim for DHA has received a positive opinion from EFSA and an Article 13.5 health claim petition has been submitted and is pending review. Article 13(1) health claims authorized for use. Claim: DHA contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function
EFSA regulation - Healthclaim for olive oil polyphenols. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is an agency of the European Union that provides independent scientific advice and communication on existing and emerging risks associated with the food chain, created by European Regulation 178/2002.EFSA's work covers all matters with a direct or indirect impact on food and feed safety.
Claims under article 13 (5) EC Regulation on nutrition and health claims are those based on newly developed scientific evidence and/or for which protection of proprietary data is requested. For these health claims authorisation is required on a case-by-case basis, following the submission of a scientific dossier to EFSA for assessment
EFSA regulation - Health claims for EPA and DHA. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is an agency of the European Union that provides independent scientific advice and communication on existing and emerging risks associated with the food chain, created by European Regulation 178/2002.EFSA's work covers all matters with a direct or indirect impact on food and feed safety, including animal.
EFSA has recently indicated that it will allow health claims based on the ability of probiotics to reduce infections. To a certain extent, this abolishes the distinction between health claims and medical claims. It remains to be seen if probiotics producers can convince EFSA that their products prevent or cure infections and other diseases in. b. that the wording of the health claim complies with the criteria laid down in the Regulation. EFSA will forward its opinion to the Commission, the Member States and the applicant, including a report describing its assessment of the health claim and stating the reasons for its opinion and the information on which its opinion was based However, using the guidance issued by EFSA following workshop discussions in 2012 on the scientific requirements for health claims related to bone, joints, skin and oral health (EFSA, 2012c) may lead to the development of studies investigating the effects of EPA and DHA on relevant outcomes in the healthy, general population With them EFSA's Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA) also refused claims for vitamin K2 and heart and blood health; lutein and eye health; isoleucine-proline-proline (IPP) and valine-proline-proline (VPP) and blood pressure. But prunes won a reprieve for their ability to benefit bowel health, making it the first claim to.
Scientific Opinion on the substantiation of health claims
Article 13(3) of Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006 provides that, after consulting the European Food Safety Authority (hereinafter referred to as 'the Authority'), the Commission shall adopt a list of permitted health claims made on foods, as referred to in Article 13(1) of that Regulation, and all necessary conditions for the use of those.
Nutrition & Health Claims. If you are making a nutrition or health claim about your product you must comply with Regulation 1924/2006 on nutrition and health claims made on foods.. A list of approved health claims and conditions for their use, rejected health claims, and permitted nutrition claims have been published by the European Commission and are listed in the Community Register (see.
Article 14 Health Claims. These are claims referring to reduction of disease risk and to children's development and health. Under the Regulation, reduction of disease risk claims and claims referring to children's development and health may be made where they have been authorised in accordance with the procedure laid down in Articles 15, 16, 17 and 19 of the Regulation
EFSA has asked the Panel on Nutrition, Novel Foods and Food Allergens (NDA) to update the guidance on the scientific requirements for health claims related to physical performance published in 2012. The update takes into account the experience gained by the NDA Panel with the evaluation of additiona
Health claims in food labeling are claims that have been reviewed by FDA and are allowed on food products to show that a food or food component may reduce the risk of a disease or a health-related.
According to Regulation (EC) No. 1924/2006 nutrition and healthclaims made on foods the authorised Article 13(1) healthclaim 'Live cultures in yogurt improve lactose digestion of the product in individuals who have difficulty digesting lactose' can be used where the specific cultures listed in the EFSA opinion are present
Qualified health claims (QHCs) are supported by scientific evidence, but do not meet the more rigorous significant scientific agreement standard required for an authorized health claim European Regulation 1924/2006 addresses the use of health and nutritional claims when marketing foods. The Regulation entered into force in January 2007 and Article 13 provided that the central regulatory body, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), would consider claims put forward by the competent authorities of the Member States, in order to produce a list of approved health claims. One health claim application for a prebiotic fibre and a further two for the plant resin Chios mastiha have been withdrawn from the European Food Safety Authority's (EFSA) agenda. EFSA was due to deliver opinions on the three claims filed by Specialised Nutrition Europe (SNE) and the Chios Mastiha Growers Association but both parties withdrew.
Six studies involving 86 subjects consistently showed that consumption of 'native chicory inulin' at an amount of at least 12 g/day increases stool frequency, wrote EFSA's Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA) in the article 13.5 proprietary science opinion under the EU nutrition and health claim regulation (NHCR)..
Article 13(1) 'on hold' health claims which we hope is more straight forward to use. We have extracted some information specifically relating to 'on hold' claims from the EFSA Access database of Article 13(1) health claims submitted for assessment (i.e. the zipped file) and transferred this information into the attached spreadsheet
The EFSA guidelines, which apply to Article 14 of the EU's recently adopted Nutrition and Health Claims Regulation, state that data from intervention studies and observational studies in humans and animals must be used as evidence to make a health claim, but appears not to have addressed on the use of evidence based on long-standing use and.
The Health Claims Regulation entered into force in January 2007. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has evaluated more than 3000 health claims since then, but EFSA's responsibilities in this area and the extent to which its scientific assessments are in accordance with the current legal framework are still not fully understood
EU legislation on nutrition and health claims made on foods (Regulation (EC) No. 1924/2006) specifies that health claims should be only authorised for use in the Community after a scientific assessment of the highest possible standard is carried out by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
The single public interface for all information related to EFSA's scientific work. Follow the risk assessment process from receipt of the dossier to adoption of the opinion: status of assessments, dossier and studies (non-confidential versions), meetings agenda and minutes, info on experts, etc.. Published on: Thu, 13 Dec 2018. Following a request from the European Commission, EFSA was asked to review the comments received on the Scientific Opinion of the EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA) on the scientific substantiation of a health claim related to Symbiosal ® and lowering of blood pressure and reduced risk of hypertension pursuant to Article 14 of. The EFSA has published recommendations for characterizing plant products and microorganisms in guidance documents (EFSA, 2016a). • A health claim's wording must reflect the scientific evidence and should be (where applicable)comparable with already authorized claims The updated consolidated database of Article 13.1 health claims published in May 2010 contains the 4,637 main health claim entries submitted to EFSA for evaluation. Around 10,500 similar health claims / health relationships have been clustered within these main health claim entries NutriClaim's Health Claims performance at a glance. Up to date (May. 2014) NutriClaim is/has been involved in approx. 30 health claim projects, for 13 of which a full dossier has been submitted to EFSA. The current status of the 13 submissions is presented in the table below
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gs. Improve the understanding of EFSA principles: • General scientific guidance for stakeholders on health claim applications. EFSA Journal 2016;14(1):436
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has rejected an article 13.5 health claim submission from German company Gelita that sought to link collagen consumption and joint health. EFSA's Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA) rejected Gelita's maintenance of joint health claim because it said, one study in.
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The idea behind the legislation is that claims made in relation to health benefits need to be backed by scientific evidence. The body that decides whether such claims are indeed backed by credible data is the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which provides scientific advice to the European Commission
The industry has been pretty negative about the EFSA submission process for many years, particularly when over 2,500 Article 13.1 claims were initially rejected under the EU process for the harmonization of health claims
. In all cases, the claim must meet the requirements for authorized health claims. The claim cannot state the degree of risk reduction and can only use may or might in. Indeed, this last June EFSA rejected a proposed soy heart health claim for the third time. With three strikes against it, the soy industry has struck out, and will now have to remove all soy heart health claims from products sold in the EU. Last week it dashed the soy's industry hope for a menopause and bone health claim
General scientific guidance for stakeholders on health
EFSA was given the task of evaluating the scientific substantiation for article 14 claims dossiers (disease risk reduction claims and children's health claims) and article 13.5 claims dossiers (claims based on new evidence or with the request for the protection of proprietary data) Recently the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published an opinion on the substantiation of a health claim on beta-glucans from oats and / or barley and the reduction of blood pressure rise after consumption. The health claim was submitted by a global food company pursuant to Article 13 (5) of Regulation EC No. 1924/2006. The [
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EFSA's health claims panel agreed, skin elasticity leading to an improvement in skin function is a beneficial physiological effect but said this was not demonstrated in two human studies, one animal study and one in vitro study. Responding to the rejection, Gelita said claimless nutrients like its VeriSol peptide under the EU nutrition and health claims regulation (NHCR), could find.
Evidence of antiplatelet aggregation effects from the consumption of tomato products, according to EFSA health claim requirements Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 2020;60(9):1515-1522. doi: 10.1080/10408398.2019.1577215. Epub 2019 Mar 21. Authors Montaña Cámara 1.
The UK Nutrition and Health Claims Committee ( UKNHCC) is a committee of independent experts set up to provide scientific advice to the UK government on the substantiation of scientific evidence.
Welcome to the European Commission's Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Knowledge Gateway a reference point for public health policy makers. You will find reliable, independent and up-to date information on topics related to the promotion of health and the prevention of non-communicable diseases.; It provides short, impactful and concise briefs for each topic, focusing on the aspects most.
Nutrition applications: regulations and guidance
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) provides an opinion on proposed claims, including their view on whether or not the claimed effect is really beneficial for health and that there is good enough scientific evidence to show that the food, food component or nutrient causes the claimed effect
Caffeine is a food supplement widely consumed by athletes, but it has not been established. So far, the veracity of their labeling in terms of the dosage and cause/effect relationship aimed at the consumer. The aim is to analyze the health claims and the dosage presented on the labeling of caffeine supplements and to evaluate if they follow the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and.
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The health claim application was submitted in May 2011 and the prompt and supportive communication with the EFSA must be noted. During the evaluation process, EFSA made it clear which additional information was required to perform the evaluation and VALENS Int. delivered all the requisite data on time
(2020). Evidence of antiplatelet aggregation effects from the consumption of tomato products, according to EFSA health claim requirements. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition: Vol. 60, No. 9, pp. 1515-1522
Health Claims Stärkt die Abwehrkräfte, Fördert die Leistungsfähigkeit, Für starke Knochen - solche nährwert- und gesundheitsbezogenen Angaben finden Verbraucher immer häufiger auf Lebensmitteln. Für nährwert- und gesundheitsbezogene Angaben zu Lebensmitteln wird häufig der englische Begriff Health Claims gebraucht. . Health Claims weisen entweder auf. .1 Claim Opinions Thus Far Favourable 13.1 Opinions Per Food/Food Constituent Category (1 favourable 13.5 opinion also included) Favourable 13.1 Opinions Per Health Outcome Category (1 favourable 13.5 opinion also. Data exclusivity and food claims in Europe. Jeremy Friday, December 18, 2009 - data exclusivity , health claims , Jeremy Phillips. The IPKat's attention was attracted this morning to the Commission Decision of 17 December 2009 authorising a health claim on the effect of water-soluble tomato concentrate on platelet aggregation and granting the.
Mucuna Pruriens, or Velvet Bean, is a bean that grows from vines in several places worldwide. It has a high L-Dopa content, among various other phytochemicals, and is generally taken as an extract according to L-Dopa dose. L-Dopa is a treatment for Parkinson's disease, and researchers seek to evaluate its effects compared with pharmaceutical L. . Chicory inulin and oligofructose can be used to increase the dietary fiber content of a wide variety of food products. Dietary fibers are essential in our daily food but our diets rarely contain enough of them. The average adult should consume about 25-30 grams a day. Few of us actually eat more than 15-20 grams daily. Fructan.
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EFSA scientists say there is no concern over the safety of selenium-enriched yeast, provided they are produced using selenium selenite and doses are respected. IADSA keeps pressure on Codex over science for health claims. 11-Aug-2008 By Stephen Daniell
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Clarifying the health claim assessment procedure of EFSA
Nutrition and health claims: guidance to compliance with