Amendments to Retained Regulation 2019/1793: Controls Applied to Imported Food and Feed not of Animal Origin
When the UK left the EU, imported food legislation that was in force at the time was retained and domesticated for it to remain operable. Prior to the UK exit from the EU, routine updates to EU imported food legislation, made by the European Commission, were directly applicable in the UK. Moving forwards, the appropriate authorities in GB are now responsible for reviewing and amending the legislation as required.
Summary of responses
This consultation will be of most interest to
All England and Wales food and feed businesses, local and port health authorities, and other stakeholders with an interest in food and feed safety. A separate, parallel, consultation has been launched in Scotland by Food Standards Scotland (FSS).
Consultation on proposed routine amendments to Retained Regulation 2019/1793 which applies a temporary increase of official controls and special conditions governing the entry into Great Britain of certain food and feed of non-animal origin from certain countries.
Purpose of the consultation
To seek stakeholder comments on proposed amendments to the Annexes of Retained Regulation 2019/1793.
This consultation pack provides the background information and details you will need to know in order to respond to the questions in this consultation.
England and Wales
How to respond
Responses to this consultation should be marked ‘Regulation 2019/1793 consultation’ and be sent to
Publication of response summary
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This consultation has been prepared in accordance with HM Government Consultation Principles. If an Impact Assessment has been produced, this is included in the consultation documents. If no Impact Assessment has been provided, the reason will be given in the consultation document.