The DH Guidance Notes on the Infant Formula and Follow-on Formula Regulations 2007 (as amended) relate to labelling, notification, avoidance of risk of confusion between infant formula and follow-on formula, advertising and promotion.
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Informal advice on legislation relating to spreadable fats and other yellow fats and helps enforcement authorities to identify and take action on misleading labelling.
Informal, non-statutory guidance on quantitative ingredient declarations (QUID).
The Jam and Similar Products Regulations came into force in England on 31 December 2003 and separate analogous legislation was put in place in January 2004 in Northern Ireland and in March 2004 in Wales and Scotland.
Foods for particular nutritional uses, medical foods and infant formula: Guidance notes and notification forms
A food for a particular nutritional use is one which because of its special composition or process of manufacture, is clearly distinguishable from food intended for normal consumption and is sold in such a way that indicates its suitability for its claimed particular nutritional purpose.
Guidance on the use of marketing terms such as 'fresh', 'pure' and 'natural'.
UK wide guidance is available for nutrition and health claims which is intended to help food businesses comply with the nutrition and health claims regulation (EC) 1924/2006.
Guidance on the legislation on the voluntary addition of vitamins and minerals and certain other substances to food (fortified food) for manufacturers and producers. The Food Standards Agency in Scotland and in Northern Ireland have responsibility for this guidance.
An introductory guide to the provisions of the new legislation intended for the use of enforcement personnel and feed business operators (for example, feed manufacturers, importers, merchants and food businesses selling food products into the animal feed chain), including new businesses wishing to gain an understanding of the legislation.