Guidance intended for farmers who are planning to supply or are supplying raw cows’ drinking milk direct for human consumption. The purpose of the guidance is to assist them in meeting the specific food hygiene requirements relating to the sale of raw cows’ drinking milk in Northern Ireland.
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Canllawiau ar weithredu Rheoliad (CE) Rhif 853/2004 mewn perthynas â phrofi llaeth ar gyfer gweddillion gwrthfiotigau. Yn arbennig, y gofyniad sy’n mynnu bod yn rhaid i weithredwyr busnesau bwyd gyflwyno gweithdrefnau er mwyn sicrhau nad yw llaeth amrwd yn cael ei roi ar y farchnad os yw’n cynnwys mwy o weddillion gwrthfiotigau na’r hyn sy’n cael ei ganiatáu.
Fats and oils for feed use: guidance on the monitoring levels of dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs, recording and labelling
Guidance on the dioxin monitoring requirements set down in the Annex to Regulation 225/2012.
Guidance on reporting procedures for feed business operators and laboratories when analyses indicate breaches of the maximum permitted levels for dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs. The requirements are set out in Commission Regulation 225/2012.
A practical guide to help milk producers achieve the standards of hygiene required to conform to legislation that applies to milk production holdings.
Protection of definitions and designations in respect of milk and milk products legislation: Guidance
This guidance aims to help the food industry comply with the legislation relating to the protection of definitions and designations used in the marketing of milk and milk products.
Informal advice on legislation relating to spreadable fats and other yellow fats and helps enforcement authorities to identify and take action on misleading labelling.
Details of current controls for raw drinking milk and raw cream.
Guidance on the implementation of Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 as regards the testing of milk for antibiotic residues. In particular, the requirement that food business operators must initiate procedures to ensure that raw milk is not placed on the market if it contains antibiotic residues in excess of regulated limits.