Research and analysis

Food and Feed Law: Legislation Review (April to June 2015) re-published

A review of developments in food and feed law and related scientific and regulatory issues that affect the UK.


Food and Feed Law: legislation review (April to June 2015)

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This is the third in a series of quarterly reports that review changes in food and feed legislation affecting the UK.

This report includes updates on an investigation into cumin alleged to contain undeclared almond and the subsequent rescinding of a Food Standards Agency recall. It also includes changes to regulations for various contaminants in foodstuffs including lead, inorganic arsenic and erucic acid and changes to maximum residue levels for some pesticides and veterinary medicinal products.

Published 23 November 2015