The scientific document outlines the following key points:
The standard 1.1.2 is varied by substituting the definition of ‘electrolyte drink’;
Various sections are included under Division 4 of Electrolyte drinks and electrolyte drink bases, such as composition, labeling and labeling requirements, and the prohibition on the recommended dietary intake information;
Health claims about electrolyte drinks must be made unless the food has an average osmolality of 200–340 mOsmol/kg;
Claims in relation to the tonicity of electrolyte drink must meet an average osmolality of 250–340 mOsmol/kg.
The regulation is effective on the date of publication in the official gazette.