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Nutrition Labeling and Claims:
Regulatory Updates in Indonesia
Siti Maemunah
NATIONAL AGENCY OF DRUG AND FOOD CONTROL
Au...
1. Regulation
2. Nutrition
Labeling
3. Types of
Claim
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1. Regulation
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1. Law Numb
2. Law Numb
3. Govermen
Advertising
4. Governme
Nutrition o
5. Minister of
Information
Informa...
1. Law Number 36/2009 on Health
2. Law Number 18/2012 on Food
3. Goverment Regulation Number 69/1999 on Label and
Advertis...
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2. Nutrition
Labeling
Mandatory for :
Fortified food; or
Food with nutrition and/or
health claim.
Nutrition Labeling
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Voluntary for other foods
Protein
Mandatory
information
& nutrients
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NUTRITION FACT
Serving size ……. (URT) ......... (g/ml)
Amount of Serving per C...
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Tolerance Level
To ensure consumer get
information assurance of
nutrition facts in accordance
with the requirements of
q...
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Tolerance Level
Requirements
Results of nutrient
analysis ≥ 100%
with Nutrition Facts
Results of nutrient
analysis must ...
Mandatory with Specific
Requirement ‡ related to amount,
mandatory fortification or claims
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NUTRITION FACT
Serving size ...
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3. Types of
Claim
Types of Claims regulated
Nutrition
Claim
Health
Claim
Glycemic
Index
Claim
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Nutrition and Health Claims
Nutrition Claims Health Claims
Nutrient Content
Claim
Nutrient Comparative
Claim
Nutrient F...
Nutrition and Health Claims
CLAIM is any representation which
states, suggests or implies that a
food has particular chara...
any representation which states,
suggests or implies that a food has
particular nutritional properties including
but not l...
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any representation that states, suggests, or implies that a
relationship exists between a food or a constituent of that...
Approved components :
1. Dietary Fiber
2. Phytostanol and Phytosterol
1. Folic Acid
2. Calcium
3. Sugar Alcohol (polyol)
4...
Other requirements
Claim that are allowed as stated in the
Regulation of BPOM ‡ others should
be evaluated case by case
Wa...
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} consistent with national nutrition policy and
support that policy
} truthful and non-misleading
} not encourage exces...
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a group of experts established by the
Head of the Agency to conduct the safety
and benefits assessment.
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consists of rep...
Glycemic Index :
} Value which reflects the rate of
increase in blood glucose levels after
eating food containing carbohyd...
Low
< 55
Intermediate
55 - 70
High
> 70
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2
Requirement
must contain available carbohydrates
at least 40 grams per servin...
It is prohibited to:
• put claims on processed
foods intended for babies
• put other functions claim
and disease reduction...
• The health claim should not be include a statement that
the food consumption meet the needs of all essential
nutrients
•...
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INDONESIA Nutrition & Labelling Claims_2015

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Nutrition Labeling and Claims: Regulatory Updates in Indonesia, by Siti Maemunah, National Agency of Drug and Food Control.
Presented at the 9th Seminar on Nutrition Labeling, Claims and Communication Strategies, August 4 ~ 5 August, Manila, Philippines.

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INDONESIA Nutrition & Labelling Claims_2015

  1. 1. 1 Nutrition Labeling and Claims: Regulatory Updates in Indonesia Siti Maemunah NATIONAL AGENCY OF DRUG AND FOOD CONTROL August, 2015
  2. 2. 1. Regulation 2. Nutrition Labeling 3. Types of Claim 2 O U T L I N E
  3. 3. 1. Regulation 3 1. Law Numb 2. Law Numb 3. Govermen Advertising 4. Governme Nutrition o 5. Minister of Information Information 6. Head of (2011) on HK.00.06.5 Uses on F 7. Head of N (2011) on and Advert 4 Regulatio
  4. 4. 1. Law Number 36/2009 on Health 2. Law Number 18/2012 on Food 3. Goverment Regulation Number 69/1999 on Label and Advertising 4. Government Regulation Number 28/2004 on Safety, Quality, Nutrition of Food 5. Minister of Health Regulation No. 30/2013 on Inclusion of the Information Content of Sugar, Salt, and Fat and Health Information to Processed Food and Fast Food 6. Head of NADFC Regulation No: HK.03.1.23.11.11.09605 (2011) on Amendment to Head of NADFC Decree No: HK.00.06.51.0475 on Guidelines on Nutrition Information Uses on Food Label 7. Head of NADFC Decree Number HK. 03.1.23.11.11.09999 (2011) on The Control of Claim on Processed Food Labelling and Advertisement 4 Regulations
  5. 5. 5 2. Nutrition Labeling
  6. 6. Mandatory for : Fortified food; or Food with nutrition and/or health claim. Nutrition Labeling 6 Voluntary for other foods
  7. 7. Protein Mandatory information & nutrients 7 NUTRITION FACT Serving size ……. (URT) ......... (g/ml) Amount of Serving per Container : ……. AMOUNT OF SERVING Total Energy … kcal Energy from Fat ... kcal Energy from Saturated Fat ... kcal % NRV * Total Fat …. g …….. % Saturated Fat …. g ……… % Mono Unsaturated Fat …. g Poly Unsaturated Fat …. g Trans Fat …. g Cholesterol …. mg …….. % Protein …. g …….. % Total Carbohydrate …. g …….. % Dietary Fiber …. g …….. % Soluble Dietary Fiber …. g Insoluble Dietary Fiber …. g Sugar …. g Alcohol Sugar …. g Other Carbohydrate …. g Sodium .…. mg …….. % Potassium . ... mg . ..….. % Vitamin A …….. % Vitamin C …….. % Other Vitamin …….. % Calcium …….. % Fe …….. % Other Mineral …….. % * Percent NRV based on energy requirement of 2000 kcal. Your energy requirement may be more high or more low. Serving size Servings per package Footnote Total energy Sodium Total carbohydrate Total fat
  8. 8. 8 Tolerance Level To ensure consumer get information assurance of nutrition facts in accordance with the requirements of quality and nutrition. Information on the nutrition facts of the food label must be proved by the results of nutrient analysis.
  9. 9. 9 Tolerance Level Requirements Results of nutrient analysis ≥ 100% with Nutrition Facts Results of nutrient analysis must meet the requirements maximum and /or minimum Results of nutrient analysis ≥ 80% with Nutrition Facts. 9999 For all foods: energy, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, trans fatty acid, sugar and sodium ‡ not more than 120% from value listed on the nutrition fact A. Fortified food or food with nutrition and or health claim B. Food product that have maximum and or minimum limit C. Food product with Nutrition Facts except in point A and B
  10. 10. Mandatory with Specific Requirement ‡ related to amount, mandatory fortification or claims 10 NUTRITION FACT Serving size ……. (URT) ......... (g/ml) Amount of Serving per Container : ……. AMOUNT OF SERVING Total Energy … kcal Energy from Fat ... kcal Energy from Saturated Fat ... kcal % NRV * Total Fat …. g …….. % Saturated Fat …. g ……… % Mono Unsaturated Fat …. g Poly Unsaturated Fat …. g Trans Fat …. g Cholesterol …. mg …….. % Protein …. g …….. % Total Carbohydrate …. g …….. % Dietary Fiber …. g …….. % Soluble Dietary Fiber …. g Insoluble Dietary Fiber …. g Sugar …. g Alcohol Sugar …. g Other Carbohydrate …. g Sodium .…. mg …….. % Potassium . ... mg . ..….. % Vitamin A …….. % Vitamin C …….. % Other Vitamin …….. % Calcium …….. % Fe …….. % Other Mineral …….. % * Percent NRV based on energy requirement of 2000 kcal. Your energy requirement may be more high or more low. ÿ Energy from Fat ÿ Saturated Fat ÿ Trans Fat ÿ Cholesterol ÿ Dietary Fiber ÿ Sugar ÿ Vitamin A ÿ Vitamin C ÿ Calcium ÿ Iron ÿ Other nutrients that added/fortified accordance with the regulations ÿ Other nutrients with claim on the label
  11. 11. 11 3. Types of Claim
  12. 12. Types of Claims regulated Nutrition Claim Health Claim Glycemic Index Claim 12
  13. 13. 13 Nutrition and Health Claims Nutrition Claims Health Claims Nutrient Content Claim Nutrient Comparative Claim Nutrient Function Claim Other Functional Claim Reduction of Disease Risk ClaimFunctional Food
  14. 14. Nutrition and Health Claims CLAIM is any representation which states, suggests or implies that a food has particular characteristics relating to its origin, nutritional properties, nature, production, processing, composition or any other quality. 14
  15. 15. any representation which states, suggests or implies that a food has particular nutritional properties including but not limited to the energy value and to the content of protein, fat and carbohydrates, as well as the content of vitamins and minerals. The following do not constitute nutrition claims: (a) the mention of substances in the list of ingredients; (b) the mention of nutrients as a mandatory part of nutrition labeling; (c) quantitative or qualitative declaration of certain nutrients or ingredients on the label if required by national legislation.15 Nutrition Claims 1
  16. 16. 16 2
  17. 17. 17 any representation that states, suggests, or implies that a relationship exists between a food or a constituent of that food and health • a nutrition claim that describes the physiological role of the nutrient in growth, development and normal functions of the body. • Example: “Calcium necessary in the development of bone and teeth” Other Function Claims
  18. 18. Approved components : 1. Dietary Fiber 2. Phytostanol and Phytosterol 1. Folic Acid 2. Calcium 3. Sugar Alcohol (polyol) 4. Peptide and certain Protein (soy) 5. Isoflavon (soy) 6. Dietary Fiber 7. Phytostanol and Phytosterol 18 other function claim reduction of disease risk claim
  19. 19. Other requirements Claim that are allowed as stated in the Regulation of BPOM ‡ others should be evaluated case by case Warning should be declared, if any. Claims used for advertising should be in line with the approved label 19
  20. 20. 20 } consistent with national nutrition policy and support that policy } truthful and non-misleading } not encourage excessive consumption of any food or disparages good dietary practice } not related with curative and preventive disease al nutrition pppppollliiiiccccccccyyyyyyy aaaaaaaaaannnnnnnnnnnnnddddddddddddddd ading ive consumption of any
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  22. 22. a group of experts established by the Head of the Agency to conduct the safety and benefits assessment. 22 consists of representatives from health profession association with variety background such as Nutritionist, Chemist, Pediatrician, Internist, Food Technology, Pharmacologyst, Phytochemist, etc.
  23. 23. Glycemic Index : } Value which reflects the rate of increase in blood glucose levels after eating food containing carbohydrates. } The higher the GI, the higher the blood glucose levels after food is consumed } Rise in blood glucose levels determined by the amount of carbohydrates consumed (glycemic load). 23 1
  24. 24. Low < 55 Intermediate 55 - 70 High > 70 24 2 Requirement must contain available carbohydrates at least 40 grams per serving, not including dietary fiber
  25. 25. It is prohibited to: • put claims on processed foods intended for babies • put other functions claim and disease reduction claim for processed foods that are intended for children age 1 – 3 years old 25 Prohibition
  26. 26. • The health claim should not be include a statement that the food consumption meet the needs of all essential nutrients • Made used of consumer fears • The health claim should not be made if it encourages or condones excessive consumption of any food or disparages good dietary practice • The health claim should not illustrates that a nutrient or other component can prevent, treat or cure disease 26 Prohibition
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