MU Mauritius
  • 02 - Fleisch und geniessbare Schlachtnebenprodukte
  • 03 - Fische, Krebstiere, Weichtiere und andere wirbellose Wassertiere
  • 04 - Milch und Molkereiprodukte; Vogeleier; natürlicher Honig; geniessbare Waren tierischen Ursprungs, anderweit weder genannt noch inbegriffen
  • 05 - Andere Waren tierischen Ursprungs
  • 06 - Lebende Pflanzen und Waren des Blumenhandels
  • 07 - Gemüse, Pflanzen, Wurzeln und Knollen
  • 08 - Geniessbare Früchte; Schalen von Zitrusfrüchten oder von Melonen
  • 09 - Kaffee, Tee, Mate und Gewürze
  • 10 - Getreide
  • 11 - Müllereierzeugnisse; Malz; Stärke; Inulin; Kleber von Weizen
  • 12 - Ölsaaten und ölhaltige Früchte; verschiedene Samen und Früchte; Pflanzen zum Gewerbe- oder Heilgebrauch; Stroh und Futter
  • 13 - Gummis, Harze und andere Pflanzensäfte und -auszüge
  • 14 - Flechtstoffe und andere Waren pflanzlichen Ursprungs, anderweit weder genannt noch inbegriffen
  • 15 - Tierische und pflanzliche Fette und Öle; Erzeugnisse ihrer Spaltung; zubereitete Speisefette; Wachse tierischen oder pflanzlichen Ursprungs
  • 16 - Zubereitungen von Fleisch, Fischen, Krebstieren, Weichtieren oder anderen wirbellosen Wassertieren
  • 17 - Zucker und Zuckerwaren
  • 18 - Kakao und Zubereitungen aus Kakao
  • 19 - Zubereitungen auf der Grundlage von Getreide, Mehl, Stärke oder Milch; Backwaren
  • 20 - Zubereitungen von Gemüse, Früchten oder anderen Pflanzenteilen
  • 21 - Verschiedene Nahrungsmittelzubereitungen
  • 22 - Getränke, alkoholische Flüssigkeiten und Essig
  • 23 - Rückstände und Abfälle der Nahrungsmittelindustrie; zubereitete Tierfutter
  • 24 - Tabak und verarbeitete Tabakersatzstoffe
  • 25 - Salz; Schwefel; Erden und Steine; Gips, Kalk und Zement

Meat and edible meat offal (HS code(s): 02); Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates (HS code(s): 03); Dairy produce; Birds' eggs; Natural honey; Edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included (HS code(s): 04); Products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included (HS code(s): 05); Live trees and other plants; Bulbs, roots and the like; Cut flowers and ornamental foliage (HS code(s): 06); Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers (HS code(s): 07); Edible fruit and nuts; Peel of citrus fruit or melons (HS code(s): 08); Coffee, tea, maté and spices (HS code(s): 09); Cereals (HS code(s): 10); Products of the milling industry; Malt; Starches; Inulin; Wheat gluten (HS code(s): 11); Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; Miscellaneous grains, seeds and fruit; Industrial or medicinal plants; Straw and fodder (HS code(s): 12); Lac; Gums, resins and other vegetable saps and extracts (HS code(s): 13); Vegetable plaiting materials; vegetable products not elsewhere specified or included (HS code(s): 14); Animal, vegetable or microbial fats and oils and their cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal or vegetable waxes (HS code(s): 15); Preparations of meat, of fish, of crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates, or of insects (HS code(s): 16); Sugars and sugar confectionery (HS code(s): 17); Cocoa and cocoa preparations (HS code(s): 18); Preparations of cereals, flour, starch or milk; Pastrycooks' products (HS code(s): 19); Preparations of vegetables, fruit, nuts or other parts of plants (HS code(s): 20); Miscellaneous edible preparations (HS code(s): 21); Beverages, spirits and vinegar (HS code(s): 22); Residues and waste from the food industries; Prepared animal fodder (HS code(s): 23); Tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes; Products, whether or not containing nicotine, intended for inhalation without combustion; other nicotine containing products intended for the intake of nicotine into the human body (HS code(s): 24); Salt; Sulphur; Earths and stone; Plastering materials, lime and cement (HS code(s): 25)

Food Act 2022, Draft Food Regulations 2023 Language(s): English. Number of pages: 42 and 93 respectively

The Draft Food Regulations 2023 will replace the current Food Regulations 1999, with the objective to further strengthen the food control framework in Mauritius by setting standards for the following:

-        Food composition and labelling, including labelling requirements for pre-packed food;

-        Packages for food, including standards for food grade material, which can be used for packaging;

-        Pre-approval permit for any novel food, food produced using gene technology and irradiated food;

-        Examination and sampling of food for clearance at border level as well as surveillance at domestic level;

-        Food hygiene pertaining to building and facilities, food handling practices and personal hygiene of food handlers;

-        Contaminants levels to protect the market from the sale of unsafe food;

-        Chilled and frozen food to enable the transport, storage, display and sale of perishable food safely;

-        Food additives, which can be used in specific food and at which level;

-        Salt, which is allowed for sale;

-        Cereal and cereal product for the sale of fortified flour;

-        Egg and egg product to ensure their safe consumption;

-        Special purpose food for the health protection of infants and children;

-        Edible oil or fat concerning saturated fat and trans-fat;

-        Mayonnaise and sauce for their production;

-        Milk and milk product to ensure their safety and nutritional quality;

-        Meat and meat product processing and sale;

-        Fish and fish product, which are safe for human consumption;

-        Packaged water and natural mineral water for their production and sale;

-        Food safety management system requirement for food establishments involved in specific types of food, mayonnaise, fish and fish product, meat and meat product, and packaged water and natural mineral water; and

-        Food prohibited for sale in educational institutions, such pre-primary, primary and secondary schools.