Evelopment of methodology of instruments of technical regulation of organic products

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The article presents a methodology which includes a set of analytical and applied research - analysis in the field of standardization of documents, technical documentation industry, scientific and technical literature on the profile of studies, documents of patent licensing division, information technical regulatory framework, as well as Russian legislation, the Customs Union and the EU in terms of organic farming and organic products. According to the analysis conducted ranking of existing requirements to organic products of animal origin and methods of production, scientifically proven to build documents in the system of the organic animal products. The methodology involves a number of techniques, as a result of which the system will be designed instruments of technical regulation of organic products of animal origin. The results of the work and the proposed methodology as a whole can be the basis for the legislative framework in the field of organic production in all sectors of the food industry, to protect the rights of consumers, including protection against tampering of organic products on the market.

I A Makeeva

Federal State Scientific Institution All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of the dairy industry (FGBNU “VNIMI”)

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Email: gostmak@yandex.ru

Z U Belyakova

Federal State Scientific Institution All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of the dairy industry (FGBNU “VNIMI”)

Email: gostmak@yandex.ru

N S Pryanichnikova

Federal State Scientific Institution All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of the dairy industry (FGBNU “VNIMI”)

Email: gostmak@yandex.ru

N G Khomenets

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: biology@mail.ru
Agrarian and technology institute

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