The purpose of these guidelines are to explain the interpretation and implementation of the specific procedures applying to the re-enforced checks (REC) requirements carried out on seafood, under Council Directive 97/78/EC.
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Guidance for businesses that produce or sell fishery products that are intended to be eaten raw or lightly cooked.
MyHACCP is an online tool aimed at small food manufacturing businesses in the UK, although businesses in other food sectors may find it useful. It can be used to guide businesses through the process of identifying food safety hazards and controls and the production of a documented food safety management system based on HACCP principles.
Advice on the Fishery Products (Official Controls Charges) Regulations 2007 on how charges for the delivery of official controls for fishery products are applied.
There are strict rules for the commercial import from outside the European Union (EU) of fishery products, bivalve molluscs and products that contain them.
Regulation (EC) No. 853/2004 defines snails as meaning: terrestrial gastropods of the species Helix pomatia Linné, Helix aspersa Muller, Helix lucorum and species of the family Achatinidae. This guidance outlines the regulations that apply to the production, harvest and import of the snails defined by the regulation.
This guidance for businesses includes information about the legal requirements and best practice relating to fish and shellfish labelling, as well as the fish and shellfish names (these are also called the commercial designations) that can be used to describe fish and shellfish supplied in the UK.