United Kingdom - Reducing burdens in the meat industry and farming

The Agency has produced two new pieces of guidance that will reduce the administrative burdens of the meat industry and farmers, helping them to comply with the law while maintaining consumer protection.
Monday 14 June 2010 (7 years 11 months 6 days ago)
The Agency has produced two new pieces of guidance that will reduce the administrative burdens of the meat industry and farmers, helping them to comply with the law while maintaining consumer protection.

The new guidance consists of quick and easy to use flow diagrams that greatly reduces the time taken on deciding how to label a product. The Agency consulted on several approaches last year and there was strong support for the flow diagram approach. Reducing the burdens of this particular regulation will benefit businesses across the UK. Consumers will benefit too, as the guidance will help ensure they are getting accurate information with which to make an informed choice.

http://www.food.gov.uk/news/newsarchive/2010/may/reducingburdens

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