This consultation seeks views on the draft Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2018
Consultation seeks views on proposals to allow, under certain criteria to ensure strict separation, the commercial production of pet food from animal by-products in businesses also producing food for human consumption.
This consultation seeks views on the draft Food and Feed - Miscellaneous Amendments and Revocations - (Wales) Regulations 2018.
February 2018 update on the conclusion on the denial of authorisation of formaldehyde as a feed additive
At the December meeting of SCoPAFF-Animal Nutrition Section, the denial of authorisation of formaldehyde as a feed additive was voted in favour by a qualified majority vote (QMV).
Post implementation review of the Food Safety (Sampling & Qualifications) (England) Regulations 2013
We are carrying out a four-week consultation on a post implementation review (PIR) of Food Safety (Sampling & Qualifications) (England) Regulations 2013. Details of the review are available in a draft PIR report.
This consultation seeks views on the enforcement of rules relating to novel foods for food businesses in NI.
The draft Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2017 would amend the Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (Wales) Regulations 2012 to provide for the execution and enforcement, in Wales, of Commission Regulation 10/2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food as recently amended by Commission.
The FSA is seeking comment on the proposed Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (Amendment) Regulations (NI) 2017.
Impact Assessment for new labelling provisions to protect vulnerable consumers from risks associated with consumption of raw drinking milk and cream a
In July 2015, the Food Standard Agency’s (FSA) Board concluded in its recommendations review on raw drinking milk. One for the recommendations was that risk communication, particularly to vulnerable groups, should be improved and this should include revisions to labelling requirements in England and Northern Ireland to mirror that already used in Wales.
This consultation welcomes your comments on the proposed changes to the labelling of raw drinking milk to inform vulnerable consumers (i.e. children, pregnant women, the elderly and those with a weakened immune system) of the potential risks associated with consumption of raw drinking milk.