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Decree on food requirements for which advertising is allowed and which can be offered for sale at schools.

Type of law

This Decree regulates requirements for food for which advertising is allowed and which can be offered for sale at schools, and also specifies exceptions when, in justified cases, it may be offered for sale of foodstuffs which do not meet these requirements. Such foodstuffs must meet requirements set out in the Annex and must not: (a) contain sweeteners except chewing gums free of sugar or caffeine if it is not for tea and non-alcoholic beverages with tea extracts; (b) contain trans fatty acids derived from partially stiffened fats; (c) be an energizing or stimulating drink or food intended for athletes or persons with increased physical performance. Additionally, the following foodstuffs are allowed: (a) unprocessed fruits and unprocessed vegetables which means fruit and vegetables which have not undergone any modification resulting in substantial change; (b) fruit and vegetable juices and nectars without added sugar.
Date of text
Entry into force notes
This Decree enters into force on 20 September 2016.
Serial Imprint
Collection of Laws No. 282/2016
Source language


Legislation Amendment
Original title
Vyhláška o požadavcích na potraviny, pro které je přípustná reklama a které lze nabízet k prodeji a prodávat ve školách a školských zařízeních.