Certificate of alcohol
Alcoholic beverages are drinks derived from fermentation processes. The main component of alcoholic beverages is ethyl alcohol contained in the amount of from 14 to 40%. The consumption of alcohol causes intoxication. The systematic use of alcohol leads to alcoholism, regardless of the number of the contained ethanol.
Substandard alcohol poisoning in Russia is a common occurrence. Therefore, alcohol certification is mandatory. This is explained by the fact that beverages containing alcohol, are the main group of products along with meat and dairy products, baby foods, seafood, etc. (about one hundred SKUs) and subject to certification, established by the RF Law “On Protection of Consumers’ Rights”.
Certificate of alcohol is an official document certifying that the product meets the established legislative and health and safety standards and requirements. Certification allows alcohol to get reasonable assurance laboratory as alcohol, confident that its consumption in the wild is not hazardous to the health of the consumer.
Certification of alcoholic beverages is disinterested and independent of the manufacturer, the seller and the consumer products side. Those are specially accredited testing laboratory or laboratory centers that conduct examination and presented in an appropriate protocols, making them the results of research and testing. These protocols are the basis for the decision to grant or refuse to grant the applicant a certificate for alcohol.
The data obtained in laboratory tests (examination) should be authentic and research products made especially carefully for the protection of the consumer market of substandard products.
Advanced Certificate in alcohol
Delays in obtaining certificates of alcohol depends on many factors:
- product type;
- volume batch;
- having previously furnished in the relevant field of certificates;
- features necessary laboratory products.
The alcohol certification process is verified to its compliance with the following requirements and EU standards for the number:
- 7208-93 – requirements for wine and grape processed materials;
- 5964-93 – methods of analysis of ethanol and rules for admission;
- 51300-99 – technical specifications (TS) Calvados;
- 13918-88 – TU Soviet Champagne;
- 51158-98 – TU sparkling wines;
- 51618-2000 – Russian TU cognacs;
- 7190-93 – TU liquors;
- 51355-99 – TU vodkas.
Products made of grapes must be tested by epidemiologists. When matching the required health standards, a special sanitary-epidemiological conclusion should be issued.