Peanut Derivatives | Hydrolysed Wheat Proteins. Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/2228

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EU Cosmetic Regulation – Confirmed Update: Peanut Derivatives | Hydrolysed Wheat Proteins

On the 4th of December 2017, the European Commission published Regulation 2017/2228, updating Annex III of the EU Cosmetic Regulation to include entries for Peanut oil, extracts & derivatives and Hydrolyzed wheat protein. A summary of these new requirements, which are enforceable from 25th September 2018, is given below:

  • Peanut oil, extracts & derivatives: Maximum concentration of peanut proteins: 0.5 ppm
  • Hydrolysed Wheat Proteins: Maximum molecular weight average of the peptides in hydrolysates: 3.5 kDa

Please note that, in the case of both entries, there is a flat enforcement date covering both products placed on the market and those made available on the market.

For further information please contact your local Delphic HSE Office.

Ray Boughton

Technical Director

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