The Agency regularly issues guidance to food industry representatives and other stakeholders on a range of topics, often as a result of new regulations coming into force.
We have listed some of the most popular reports here, which you can easily download.
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Tuesday 24 April 2012
Legislation on animal feed is harmonised at European Union (EU) level. It applies principally to feed for farmed livestock, but also covers feed for horses, pets, farmed fish, zoo and circus animals, and creatures living freely in the wild.
Monday 15 October 2007
The Agency has produced guidance for food businesses on selling food for delivery (distance selling).
Monday 22 February 2010
The Food Standards Agency has issued guidance notes to provide advice in relation to Regulation 43 of the Official Feed and Food Controls (England) Regulations 2009. Parallel regulations apply in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Wednesday 1 August 2007
New rules concerning genetically modified organisms (GMOs) became legally binding across all Member States on 18 April 2004, one covering Traceability and Labelling of GMOs (EC No. 1830/2003) and the other, the GM Food and Feed Regulation (EC No. 1829/2003), dealing with authorisation procedures and labelling issues.
Friday 10 March 2006
The Food Standards Agency has issued guidance for the import of food from third countries (non-European Union countries) for enforcement officers at ports and inland local authorities.
Tuesday 18 May 2010
Q&A notes for enforcement authorities on the new EU Regulation on official feed and food controls (882/2004).
Tuesday 9 November 2004
Guidance issued jointly by the Food Standards Agency, Cabinet Office, Environment Agency, Defra, HM Revenue and Customs and LACORS.