Feedingstuffs intended for particular nutritional purposes

 

FEEDINGSTUFFS INTENDED FOR PARTICULAR NUTRITIONAL PURPOSES

Animal’s feed intended for particular nutritional purposes, known with the acronym PARNUTS, are ruled by the directive 2008/38 EC.
Compared to complementary feed, for feedingstuff intended for particular nutritional purposes, a specific claim is well established; with a specific recommended period of use time and a list of essential nutritional characteristics intended to meet a precise nutritional need, moreover a veterinary advice is recommended before use or in case of prolonged use.
SAPORITI CONSULTING supports companies launching new PARNUTS products and reviewing already existing products, through the following offer:
R&D - FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT
  • formulation development in compliance to directive 2008/38/EC
  • enteral nutrition formulation development
  • modify pre-existing formulations in order to be compliant to directive 2008/38/EC
  • preliminary palatability test of new formulations
  • evaluations and choice of active ingredients and excipientsi
  • market research aimed to find innovative ingredients and packaging
  • shelf-life evaluation and definition
REGULATORY AFFAIRS
  • drafting and review of labelling and package leaflet complying with European regulation
  • new product classification and re-classification of existing products
  • ingredient composition and analytical constituents evaluation
  • authorized feed additives and feed materials evaluation
  • additives maximum levels evaluation in complete feed and complementary feed intended for particular nutritional purposes
  • conformity assessment of ingredients for human use in products for animal feed use
  • botanical derived ingredients evaluation of conformity
  • nutritional and health claim attribution
  • readability criteria evaluation and definition
  • new ingredients and feed material notification (art. 24 Reg. (UE) 767/2009)
  • product technical dossier
  • clinical trials end-point definition in partnership with veterinary research institutes
QUALITY ASSURANCE