4. The label applied to a food shall carry—
(a) on the main panel—
(i) the brand or trade name of that food (if any);
(ii) the common name of the food;
(iii) in close proximity to the common name, a correct declaration of the net contents in terms of weight, volume or number in accordance with the usual practice in describing the food;
(b) grouped together on any panel—
(i) a declaration by name of any preservatives used in the food;
(ii) a declaration of permitted food colour added to the food;
(iii) a declaration of any artificial or imitation flavouring preparation added to the food;
(iv) in the case of a food consisting of more than one ingredient, a complete list of their acceptable common names in descending order of their proportions, unless the quantity of each ingredient is stated in terms of percentages or proportionate compositions; and
(v) any other statement required under the provisions of these Regulations to be declared on the label.
(c) on any panel, the name and address of the manufacturer, packer or distributor of the food.
249. Enriched flour shall be flour to which has been added thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and iron in a harmless carrier and in such amounts that one kilogram of enriched flour shall contain—
(a) not less than 4.5 milligrams and not more than 5.5 milligrams of thiamine;
(b) not less than 2.7 milligrams and not more than 44.4 milligrams of riboflavin;
(c) not less than 35.5 milligrams and not more than 44.4 milligrams of niacin or niacinamide; and
(d) not less than 28.5 and not more than 36.5 milligrams of iron.