Rospotrebnadzor advised to avoid ethanol in children’s gifts
The CPS has issued guidelines for parents on selection of sweet Christmas gifts for children. They are published on the Agency’s website.
It is recommended to give preference to confectionery products containing a minimum of additives, preservatives, homogenised fats and oils.
The CPS was advised to avoid peanuts and kernels of apricot pits (they are allergens), hard candies, including candy and confectionery products containing more than 0.5% ethanol.
The Agency advised to choose app cookies instead of sand (it calorie below). The most useful candy called chocolate (in chocolate a lot of nutrients). Also recommended marshmallows and candy.
If the set includes a toy, it must be Packed so as not to come into contact with foodstuffs.
December 27, the CPS has issued guidelines for the choice of red caviar for the Christmas table. Buyers, in particular, advised to avoid additives E-239 (methenamine) — it was used as a preservative, but in 2010 was banned.