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Law “On enriched food”.

The scope of this Law shall be regulation of mandatory enrichment of certain types of foodstuffs with a view of protection of public health and prevention of the deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals. The objective shall be to ensure safety of foodstuffs and conformity of...
Mongolia
2018

Law on protection of animal health.

The scope of this Law shall be to regulate relations in the field of animal health and set forth hygienic requirements for livestock and raw materials of animal origin in order to ensure safety of foodstuffs of animal origin, to protect public health and to promote...
Mongolia
2017

Law on health.

The scope of this Law shall be to create favorable conditions for healthy and safe human live and health and to prevent adverse effects on human life, health and environment. “Hygienic conditions and requirements” shall be intended the norms contained in the hygienic rules, regulations, instructions...
Mongolia
2016 (2018)

Order No. A-105 of the Minister of Agriculture and Food validating the Regulation on certification of the origin (traceability) of plants, derivatives thereof, and foodstuffs.

The scope of this Order shall be to set up registration system and database for the purpose of ensuring quality and safety of foodstuffs and crops at all production stages in order to guarantee traceability of the origin thereof. Farmers shall be authorized sell vegetables, fruits,...
Mongolia
2015

Joint Order No. A-149/447 of the Minister of Environment and Green Economy and the Minister of Public Health prohibiting the use of acetic acid with concentrations exceeding 25% for foodstuffs.

This Joint Order prohibits, beginning from January 1, 2013, to use for foodstuffs, intended for vending to the public, of acetic acid in packages up to 500 ml with concentrations exceeding 25% classified as chemical and hazardous substance which is restricted to use in Mongolia. ...
Mongolia
2012

Law on Food (Revised).

This Law, consisting of 6 Chapters, aims to regulate quality, nutritious and sustainable food, access to safe food needs arising from food production activities. The scope of the Law is to regulate basic food associated with food products. The Law is divided as follows: General provisions...
Mongolia
2012

Law on Food Safety.

This Law, consisting of 5 Chapters, aims to regulate the food safety at all stages of the food chain. The scope of the Law is to regulate basic food commodities associated with food production and storage, transportation, at all stages of the food chain, such as;...
Mongolia
2012

Law on iodinated salt and prevention of iodine deficiency.

The scope of this Law shall be to protect public health by preventing iodine deficiency and to regulate manufacturing and consumption of iodinated salt. The state central administrative body in charge of health matters shall have the following plenary rights in preventing iodine deficiency: (a) to...
Mongolia
2003 (2015)

Food Law of 1999.

The purpose of this Law is to ensure food necessities of the population, food safety and to regulate relations that arise between the government, individuals and legal entities in connection with the food production and services. State Administrative Authority in charge of food issues shall exercise...
Mongolia
1999

Law On sanitation.

The purpose of this Law shall be to govern relationships concerning the maintaining of sanitary conditions, defining the general requirements for sanitation in order to ensure the right of an individual to healthy and safe working and living conditions, ensuring normal sanitary conditions, defining the rights...
Mongolia
1998

Law on trademarks and trade names.

The purpose of this Law is to ensure legal guarantee for trademarks, trade names, to protect the rights, legal interests of their owners, to regulate relations with regard to ownership, exploitation, expenditure of trademarks, trade names (art. 1). Name of origin means a name of a...
Mongolia
1997

Consumer protection law (1991).

The purpose of this Law is to protect the rights of the consumers. The consumer shall have the right to use quality products and services that comply with standards established by the authorized organizations, constructional and sanitary norms, pharmacopoeias, prescriptions and contractual terms. The producers shall...
Mongolia
1991
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