29 Legislation Special legislation applies to baby food – EU Regulation 1881/2006 and EU Directive 2006/125/EC. It applies to all packaged foods intended for children from birth to three years of age. The legislation regulates the quality of baby food intended for infants and young children and has specific maximum limits for pesticide residues, heavy metals and mold toxins. Common foods sold in grocery stores may and will often contain much higher levels of these unwanted substances compared to baby food. In a homemade porridge with mashed strawberries, the strawberries may and can, for example, contain a thousand times more antifungal agents than the strawberries included in a children's porridge from Semper. Semper follows the WHO code adopted in 1981, which regulates the marketing of infant formula in order to protect breastfeeding. Internal and external controls A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. Therefore, Semper places strict safety and quality requirements on all raw material suppliers. During supplier visits, we check that the supplier complies with the relevant food and baby food legislation, and that our own specifications for purchased raw materials are followed. Our goal is that all our suppliers are certified according to a food safety standard. We place high demands on our raw material suppliers to secure all raw materials for Semper's products. Through analysis, we check that they keep what was promised regarding our low accepted levels of, for example, residues of unwanted substances in oils and fats. Audits are also carried out at Semper's facilities, both external and internal. Regulatory authorities, certification bodies and customers can visit us for both announced and unannounced audits, and in addition, more than 20 internal audits are carried out every year covering the entire operation.