May I know which prescribed foods which are prohibited to be produced, imported or sold in Thailand according to their FDA regulation? Thank you

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  1. Ricebowl Food Expert
    February 27, 2019 at 10:49 am

    Attached are the Notification of the MOPH No. 388 B.E.2561 (2018) Re: Prescribed Prohibited Food to be Produced, Imported, or Sold.

     

    MoPH No.263

    Prescribed that ready-to-eat gelatin and jelly according to the notification of Ministry of Public Health related to labeling of ready-to-eat gelatin and jelly which contain glucomannan or konjac flour, packed in small containers with diameter or diagonal of the widest part not larger than 4.5 cm. shall be prohibited to be produced, imported, or sold.

     

    MoPH No.264

    Prescribed that all kinds of puffer fish and foods containing puffer fish meat as ingredients are prohibited to be produced, imported, or sold.

     

    MoPH No.310

    Prescribed Prohibited Food, packed together with other things or objects which are not food in the food packages, to be Produced, Imported, or Sold.

     

    MoPH No.345

    Genetically modified food containing Cry9C DNA Sequence and food containing such genetically modified food, shall be prohibited to be produced, imported or sold.

     

    MoPH No.388

    Partially hydrogenated oil and food products containing partially hydrogenated oil are prohibited to be produced, imported, or sold.

     

    MoPH No.391

    Prescribed foods which are prohibited to be produced, imported or sold are:

    1. Brominated vegetable oil
    2. Salicylic acid
    3. Boric acid
    4. Borax
    5. Potassium chlorate
    6. Coumarin or 1,2-benzopyrone or 5, 6-benzo-α-pyrone or cis-o-coumaric acid anhydride or o-hydroxycinnamic acid lactone
    7. Dihydrocoumarin or benzodihydropyrone or 3, 4–dihydrocoumarin or hydrocoumarin
    8. Diethylene glycol or dihydroxydiethyl ether or diglycol or 2,2’-oxybisethanol or 2,2’-oxydiethanol
    9. Dulcin or 4-ethoxyphenylurea or para-phenetolcarbamide
    10. AF-2 or 2-(2-furyl)-3-(5-nitro-2-furyl) acrylamide or furylfuramide
    11. Potassium bromate
    12. Formaldehyde, formaldehyde solution and paraformaldehyde
    13. Melamine and its analogues, specifically cyanuric acid
    14. Food in which (1) to (13) is used as ingredient.

    Reference:

    • Ministry of Public Health Thailand. (2018). Notification of the MOPH No. 388 B.E.2561 (2018) Re: Prescribed Prohibited Food to be Produced, Imported, or Sold.

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