Dietary Supplements Registry of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS) – what data should be provided?
The GIS Registry (in fact, a registry of products requiring notification) is regulated by the Food and Nutrition Safety Act (Dz.U. 2006 r. nr 171, poz. 12250). Under the provisions of this Act adapting the EU regulations to the Polish law, a notification of a new dietary supplement should include:
• · name of the product and its manufacturer,
• · the form of the product in which it is marketed,
• · template of its marking in Polish,
• · qualification/type of the foodstuff adopted by a food business operator,
• · qualitative composition, which includes data of all ingredients contained in the product, including active ingredients,
• · quantitative composition of the supplement’s ingredients,
• · data of the entity filing a notification.
Drafting a correct notification may pose practical difficulties for the producers of the dietary supplement (among others related to the precise determination of the quantitative composition of individual components) when doubts arise in regards to the qualifications, composition or properties of the notified dietary supplement GIS institutes a verification. Verification can be avoided, and a supplement registered when a notification of dietary supplement is correct and has been verified by an expert lawyer.
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