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This Statutory Instrument has been printed in substitution of the SI of the same number and is. being issued free of charge to all known recipients of that Statutory Instrument. STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS,2014 No 1855,The Food Information Regulations 2014. Made 14th July 2014,Laid before Parliament 15th July 2014. Coming into force in accordance with regulation 1 5 to 8. 1 Citation extent application commencement and expiry 3. 2 Interpretation 4,3 Derogation relating to milk and milk products 5. 4 Derogation relating to minced meat 5, 5 Foods that are not prepacked etc containing an allergenic substance or product etc 5. 6 Foods that are not prepacked etc general requirement to name them 6. 7 Foods that are not prepacked etc containing meat and other ingredients 7. 8 Irradiated foods 7,9 Enforcement 8,10 Offence 8,11 Penalty 8.
12 Application of provisions of the Act 9,13 Revocations 9. 14 Consequential and other minor amendments to statutory instruments 9. 15 Review 9, SCHEDULE 1 Provisions of these Regulations that contain ambulatory. references to FIC by virtue of regulation 2 3 10, SCHEDULE 2 National mark for derogation relating to minced meat 11. PART 1 The national mark 11,PART 2 Specifications for the national mark 11. SCHEDULE 3 Foods to which regulation 7 does not apply 11. SCHEDULE 4 Application and modification of provisions of the Act 12. PART 1 Modification of section 10 1 12,PART 2 Modification of section 32 1 13.
PART 3 Modification of section 37 1 and 6 13,PART 4 Modification of section 39 1 and 3 13. PART 5 Application and modification of other provisions of the Act 14. SCHEDULE 5 Improvement notices specified FIC provisions 15. PART 1 FIC provision in relation to which an improvement notice may. be served on and from 15th August 2014 15, PART 2 FIC provisions in relation to which an improvement notice may. be served on and from 13th December 2014 16, PART 3 FIC provision in relation to which an improvement notice may. be served on and from 13th December 2016 21,SCHEDULE 6 Revocations 21. PART 1 Revocations coming into force on 13th December 2014 21. PART 2 Revocations coming into force on 13th December 2018 25. SCHEDULE 7 Consequential and other minor amendments to statutory. instruments 26, PART 1 Consequential and other minor amendments coming into force.
on 15th August 2014 26, PART 2 Consequential and other minor amendments coming into force. on 13th December 2014 27, The following Regulations make provision for a purpose mentioned in section 2 2 of the. European Communities Act 1972 a and it appears to the Secretary of State that it is expedient for. references to Regulation EU No 1169 2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council on. the provision of food information to consumers amending Regulations EC No 1924 2006 and. EC No 1925 2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council and repealing Commission. Directive 87 250 EEC Council Directive 90 496 EEC Commission Directive 1999 10 EC. Directive 2000 13 EC of the European Parliament and of the Council Commission Directives. 2002 67 EC and 2008 5 EC and Commission Regulation EC No 608 2004 b in particular. provisions of these Regulations to be construed as a reference to that Regulation as amended from. time to time, The Secretary of State is a Minister designated for the purposes of section 2 2 of the European. Communities Act 1972,a in relation to the common agricultural policy c. b in relation to measures relating to the description of and other requirements relating to. spirit drinks d, c in relation to measures relating to food including drink including the primary production.
of food e and, d in relation to changes in terminology or numbering arising out of the Treaty of Lisbon. Amending the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty Establishing the European. Community signed at Lisbon on 13th December 2007 f. a 1972 c 68 section 2 2 was amended by section 27 1 a of the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Act 2006 c 51 and. Part 1 of the Schedule to the European Union Amendment Act 2008 c 7. b OJ No L 304 22 11 2011 p 18 last amended by Commission Delegated Regulation EU No 78 2014 OJ No L 27. 30 1 2014 p 7, c S I 1972 1811 to which there are amendments not relevant to these Regulations. d S I 1989 1327 to which there are amendments not relevant to these Regulations. e S I 2003 2901 to which there are amendments not relevant to these Regulations. f S I 2009 3214, So far as the following Regulations are made in exercise of powers under the Food Safety Act. 1990 a the Secretary of State has had regard to relevant advice given by the Food Standards. Agency in accordance with section 48 4A b of that Act. There has been consultation as required by Article 9 of Regulation EC No 178 2002 of the. European Parliament and of the Council laying down the general principles and requirements of. food law establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters. of food safety c during the preparation and evaluation of the following Regulations. The Secretary of State makes the following Regulations in exercise of the powers conferred by. a so far as relating to regulation 2 3 and Schedule 1 paragraph 1A of Schedule 2 to the. European Communities Act 1972 d, b so far as relating to regulations 13 and 14 and Schedules 6 and 7. i section 2 2 of and paragraph 1A of Schedule 2 to the European Communities Act. ii sections 6 4 16 1 17 18 26 45 and 48 1 of and paragraphs 1 and 4 b of. Schedule 1 to the Food Safety Act 1990 e and now vested in the Secretary of. State f and, iii sections 114A g and 138 7 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998 h.
c so far as relating to the remaining regulations and Schedules sections 6 4 16 1 e. 17 1 and 2 26 3 and 48 1 of the Food Safety Act 1990 and now vested in the. Secretary of State, Citation extent application commencement and expiry. 1 1 These Regulations may be cited as the Food Information Regulations 2014. 2 A revocation or partial revocation of a statutory instrument by regulation 13 and Schedule 6. has the same extent and application as the statutory instrument or provision or part of the. instrument being revoked except that for the purpose of the revocations in entries 1 to 7 of the. table in Part 1 and entries 1 to 3 of the table in Part 2 of Schedule 6 these Regulations apply in. England only, 3 An amendment of a provision of a statutory instrument by regulation 14 and Schedule 7 has. the same extent and application as the provision being amended except that for the purpose of the. amendment of the Regulations to which paragraphs 1 to 5 and 10 to 20 of Schedule 7 apply these. Regulations apply in England only,a 1990 c 16, b Section 48 4A was inserted by paragraph 21 of Schedule 5 to the Food Standards Act 1999 c 28. c OJ No L 31 1 2 2002 p 1 last amended by Commission Regulation EC No 596 2009 OJ No L 188 18 7 2009 p 14. d Paragraph 1A of Schedule 2 was inserted by section 28 of the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Act 2006 and amended by. Part 1 of the Schedule to the European Union Amendment Act 2008 and S I 2007 1388. e Section 6 4 was amended by paragraph 6 of Schedule 9 to the Deregulation and Contracting Out Act 1994 c 40 and. paragraph 10 1 and 3 of Schedule 5 to the Food Standards Act 1999 the 1999 Act and partially repealed by Schedule. 6 to the 1999 Act and S I 2002 794 Section 16 1 was amended by paragraph 8 of Schedule 5 to the 1999 Act Section 17. was amended by paragraphs 8 and 12 of Schedule 5 to the 1999 Act and S I 2011 1043 Section 18 was amended by. paragraphs 8 and 13 of Schedule 5 to the 1999 Act Section 26 was partially repealed by Schedule 6 to the 1999 Act. Section 45 was amended by paragraphs 8 and 20 of Schedule 5 to the 1999 Act Section 48 1 was amended by paragraph 8. of Schedule 5 to the 1999 Act, f Functions formerly exercisable by the Ministers being in relation to England and Wales and acting jointly the Minister. of Agriculture Fisheries and Food and the Secretaries of State respectively concerned with health in England and food and. health in Wales and in relation to Scotland the Secretary of State are now exercisable in relation to England by the. Secretary of State pursuant to paragraph 8 of Schedule 5 to the Food Standards Act 1999. g Section 114A was substituted for section 114 as originally enacted by section 86 1 of the Education and Inspections Act. 2006 c 40 and amended by section 8 1 of the Healthy Eating in Schools Wales Measure 2009 2009 nawm 3 and S I. h 1998 c 31 to which there are other amendments not relevant to these Regulations See section 142 1 for the meaning of. regulations, 4 For all other purposes these Regulations apply in England only.
5 Except as provided for in paragraphs 6 to 8 these Regulations come into force on 13th. December 2014, 6 For the purposes of the following provisions these Regulations come into force on 15th. August 2014,a regulation 4, b regulation 12 and Schedule 4 so far as by applying with some modifications specified. provisions of the Act they enable an improvement notice to be served on a person. requiring that person to comply with the provision of FIC specified in Part 1 of Schedule. 5 and an appeal against such a notice to be made and dealt with and make the failure to. comply with such an improvement notice an offence, c regulation 14 so far as it relates to Part 1 of Schedule 7. d Schedule 2,e Part 1 of Schedule 5 and,f Part 1 of Schedule 7. 7 For the purposes of the following provisions these Regulations come into force on 13th. December 2016,a Part 3 of Schedule 5 and, b regulation 12 and Schedule 4 so far as by applying with some modifications specified.
provisions of the Act they enable an improvement notice to be served on a person. requiring that person to comply with the provision of FIC specified in Part 3 of Schedule. 5 and an appeal against such a notice to be made and dealt with and make the failure to. comply with such an improvement notice an offence, 8 For the purposes of Part 2 of Schedule 6 and regulation 13 so far as it relates to that Part of. Schedule 6 these Regulations come into force on 13th December 2018. 9 The following provisions cease to have effect on 13th December 2021. a regulations 5 6 and 7 and, b regulation 12 and Schedule 4 so far as by applying with some modifications specified. provisions of the Act they enable an improvement notice to be served on a person. requiring that person to comply with a provision of regulations 5 6 and 7 and an appeal. against such a notice to be made and dealt with and make the failure to comply with such. an improvement notice an offence,Interpretation,2 1 In these Regulations. the Act means the Food Safety Act 1990, Directive 1999 2 EC means Directive 1999 2 EC of the European Parliament and of the. Council on the approximation of the laws of the Member States concerning foods and food. ingredients treated with ionising radiation a, FIC means Regulation EU No 1169 2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council.
on the provision of food information to consumers amending Regulations EC No 1924 2006. and EC No 1925 2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council and repealing. Commission Directive 87 250 EEC Council Directive 90 496 EEC Commission Directive. 1999 10 EC Directive 2000 13 EC of the European Parliament and of the Council. Commission Directives 2002 67 EC and 2008 5 EC and Commission Regulation EC No. a OJ No L 66 13 3 1999 p 16 last amended by Regulation EC No 1137 2008 of the European Parliament and of the. Council OJ No L 311 21 11 2008 p 1, final consumer has the meaning given in point 18 of Article 3 of Regulation EC No. 178 2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down the general principles. and requirements of food law establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying. down procedures in matters of food safety,food authority means. a a county council,b a metropolitan district council. c a non metropolitan district council for an area for which there is no county council. d a London borough council, e the Common Council of the City of London in their capacity as a local authority and. f the Council of the Isles of Scilly, food business operator has the meaning given in point 3 of Article 3 of Regulation EC No.
178 2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council. mass caterer has the meaning given in Article 2 2 d and mass caterers is to be construed. accordingly, means of distance communication has the meaning given in Article 2 2 u. offered for sale has the same meaning as in Article 44 and offers for sale is to be. construed accordingly, prepacked food has the meaning given in Article 2 2 e. prepacked for direct sale has the same meaning as in Article 2 2 e. ready for consumption has the same meaning as in Article 2 2 d. 2 Except as otherwise provided for, a any reference in these Regulations to an Article is a reference to an Article of FIC and. b any reference in these Regulations to an Annex is a reference to an Annex to FIC. 3 Any reference to FIC or a provision of FIC including a reference to an Article of or Annex. to FIC to which paragraph 2 applies in a provision of these Regulations listed in Schedule 1 is. a reference to that provision as amended from time to time. Derogation relating to milk and milk products, 3 The requirements laid down in Articles 9 1 and 10 1 do not apply to milk or milk products. presented in a glass bottle where the glass bottle is intended for reuse. Derogation relating to minced meat, 4 1 The requirements laid down in point 1 of Part B of Annex VI do not prevent minced.
meat that does not comply with those requirements being placed on the market using a minced. meat designation if the national mark in Part 1 of Schedule 2 appears on the labelling. 2 Part 2 of Schedule 2 applies to the form of the national mark. 3 In paragraph 1, on the labelling has the same meaning as in point 2 of Part B of Annex VI as read with the. definition of labelling in Article 2 2 j, placed on the market is to be construed taking into account the meaning of placing on their. national market as used in point 3 of Part B of Annex VI. Foods that are not prepacked etc containing an allergenic substance or product etc. 5 1 A food business operator who offers for sale a relevant food to which this regulation. applies may make available the particulars specified in Article 9 1 c labelling of certain. substances or products causing allergies or intolerances in relation to that food by any means the. operator chooses including subject to paragraph 3 orally. 2 This regulation applies to a relevant food that is offered for sale to a final consumer or to a. mass caterer otherwise than by means of distance communication and is. a not prepacked, b packed on the sales premises at the consumer s request or. c prepacked for direct sale, 3 Where a food business operator intends to make available the particulars specified in Article. 9 1 c relating to a relevant food orally and a substance or product listed in Annex II or derived. from a substance or product listed in Annex II is used as an ingredient or processing aid in the. manufacture or preparation of the food the operator must indicate that details of that substance or. product can be obtained by asking a member of staff. 4 The indication mentioned in paragraph 3 must be given. a on a label attached to the food or, b on a notice menu ticket or label that is readily discernible by an intending purchaser at.
the place where the intending purchaser chooses that food. 5 In relation to a relevant food to which this regulation applies the Article 9 1 c particulars. made available by a food business operator must be made available with a clear reference to the. name of the substance or product listed in Annex II where. a the relevant ingredient or processing aid is derived from a substance or product listed in. Annex II and, b the particulars are made available otherwise than by means provided for in FIC. 6 In this regulation relevant food means a food in which an ingredient or processing aid. listed in Annex II or derived from a substance or product listed in Annex II has been used in its. manufacture or preparation and that is still present in the finished product even if in an altered. Foods that are not prepacked etc general requirement to name them. 6 1 A food business operator who offers for sale a food to which this regulation applies must. provide the particulars required by Article 9 1 a the name of the food as read with. a Article 17 1 to 4 and, b in the case of food offered for sale using a minced meat designation as a name. i Article 17 5 and point 1 of Part B of Annex VI and. ii point 3 of Part B of Annex VI as read with regulation 4 and Schedule 2. 2 This regulation applies to a food that is offered for sale to a final consumer or a mass caterer. a not prepacked, b packed on the sales premises at the consumer s request or. c prepacked for direct sale, 3 This regulation does not apply to a food prepared to be ready for consumption by a final. consumer that is offered for sale to a final consumer by a mass caterer whether at a mass catering. establishment where sales are made in person to a final consumer or by means of distance. communication as part of their business as a mass caterer. 4 The particulars must appear,a on a label attached to the food or.
b on a notice ticket or label that is readily discernible by an intending purchaser at the. place where the intending purchaser chooses that food. 5 Paragraph 4 does not apply in the case of an offer for sale made by means of distance. communication, Foods that are not prepacked etc containing meat and other ingredients. 7 1 A food business operator who offers for sale a food to which this regulation applies must. provide the particulars required by Article 9 1 d quantity of certain ingredients as read with. Article 22 and Annex VIII in respect of the ingredients in the food that are meat. 2 This regulation applies to a food other than a food specified in Schedule 3 that is offered. for sale to a final consumer or a mass caterer contains meat and any other ingredient and is. a not prepacked, b packed on the sales premises at the consumer s request or. c prepacked for direct sale, 3 This regulation does not apply to a food prepared to be ready for consumption by a final. consumer that is offered for sale to a final consumer by a mass caterer whether at a mass catering. establishment where sales are made in person to a final consumer or by means of distance. communication as part of their business as a mass caterer. 4 The quantity of meat specified in the particulars mentioned in paragraph 1 is to be. determined taking into account the provisions relating to total fat and connective tissue content in. point 17 of Part B of Annex VII including any downward adjustment needed in a case where the. total fat and connective tissue content in the food exceeds the values indicated in the table in that. 5 The particulars must appear,a on a label attached to the food or. b on a notice ticket or label that is readily discernible by an intending purchaser at the. place where the intending purchaser chooses that food. 6 Paragraph 5 does not apply in the case of an offer for sale made by means of distance. communication,7 In this regulation, meat means the skeletal muscles of mammalian and bird species recognised as fit for human.
consumption with naturally included or adherent tissue but does not include mechanically. separated meat, mechanically separated meat has the meaning given in point 1 14 of Annex I to Regulation. EC No 853 2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down specific. hygiene rules for food of animal origin a,Irradiated foods. 8 1 Any person who places on the market in bulk a product to which this paragraph applies. must ensure that the relevant indication appears together with the name of the product on a. display or notice above or beside the container in which the products are placed on the market. 2 Paragraph 1 applies to, a a product intended for the ultimate consumer or mass caterers that has been treated with. ionising radiation and, b a product intended for the ultimate consumer or mass caterers that contains an ingredient. that has been treated with ionising radiation, 3 Any person who places on the market a product to which this paragraph applies must ensure.
that the relevant indication appears in the list of ingredients of that product to indicate the. ingredient that has been irradiated, a OJ No L 139 30 4 2004 p 55 last amended by Commission Regulation EU No 633 2014 OJ No L 175 16 6 2014 p 6. 4 Paragraph 3 applies to a product intended for the ultimate consumer or mass caterers. a containing a compound ingredient in a case where an ingredient of that compound. ingredient has been treated with ionising radiation and. b to which in relation to that compound ingredient the provisions of point 2 of Part E of. Annex VII setting out cases where a list of ingredients for compound ingredients is not. compulsory would but for the requirement in paragraph 3 apply. 5 The relevant indication is the word irradiated or the words treated with ionising. 6 This regulation does not apply to, a a product exposed to ionising radiation generated by measuring or inspection devices. provided the dose absorbed is not greater than 0 01 Gy for inspection devices which. utilise neutrons and 0 5 Gy in other cases at a maximum radiation energy level of 10. MeV in the case of X rays 14 MeV in the case of neutrons and 5 MeV in other cases or. b a product which is prepared for patients requiring sterile diets under medical supervision. 7 In this regulation, in bulk has the same meaning as in the second subparagraph of Article 6 1 a of Directive. ionising radiation has the same meaning as in Directive 1999 2 EC. places on the market is to be construed taking into account the meaning of placed on the. market as used in Article 2 of Directive 1999 2 EC. product has the same meaning as in Directive 1999 2 EC. Enforcement, 9 1 It is the duty of a food authority within its area and a port health authority within its. district to enforce these Regulations, 2 A non metropolitan district council for an area for which there is a county council may.
enforce these Regulations within its area in relation to. a Article 44 1 a as read with Articles 1 3 6 and 9 1 c and the first subparagraph of. Article 54 1 and regulation 5 and,b regulation 5 3 4 and 5. 10 1 A person is guilty of an offence if the person fails to comply with. a any provision of FIC specified in paragraph 2 as read with Articles 1 3 and 6 and the. first subparagraph of Article 54 1 or,b regulation 5 5. 2 The provisions of FIC are,a Article 9 1 c as also read with Annex II. b Article 21 1 a as also read with Articles 9 1 c and 18 1 and Annex II. c the second subparagraph of Article 21 1 as also read with Articles 9 1 c and 19 1 and. Annex II and, d Article 44 1 a as also read with Article 9 1 c and regulation 5. 11 A person guilty of an offence under regulation 10 is liable on summary conviction to a fine. not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale,Application of provisions of the Act.
12 1 Subsections 1 and 2 of section 10 of the Act improvement notices apply with the. modification in the case of section 10 1 specified in Part 1 of Schedule 4 for the purposes of. a enabling an improvement notice to be served on a person requiring the person to comply. with any of the following provisions, i a provision of FIC specified in Schedule 5 to the extent provided for in section 10 as. applied by paragraph 1 and modified by Part 1 of Schedule 4. ii regulation 5 3 4 or 5,iii regulation 6 1 or 4,iv regulation 7 1 4 or 5 or. v regulation 8 1 or 3 and, b making the failure to comply with a notice referred to in subparagraph a an offence. 2 Subsections 1 to 8 of section 32 a of the Act powers of entry apply with the. modifications in the case of section 32 1 specified in Part 2 of Schedule 4 for the purposes of. enabling an authorised officer of a food authority or a port health authority. a to exercise a power of entry to ascertain whether there is or has been any contravention. of a provision of FIC specified in Schedule 5 to the extent provided for in section. 32 1 a as applied by this paragraph and modified by Part 2 of Schedule 4. b to exercise a power of entry to ascertain whether there is any evidence of any. contravention of such a provision and, c when exercising a power of entry under the provisions of section 32 as applied by this. paragraph to exercise the powers in subsections 5 and 6 relating to records. 3 Subsections 1 and 6 of section 37 of the Act appeals apply with the modifications. specified in Part 3 of Schedule 4 for the purpose of enabling a decision to serve a notice referred. to in paragraph 1 a to be appealed, 4 Section 39 of the Act appeals against improvement notices applies with the modifications.
in the case of subsections 1 and 3 of section 39 specified in Part 4 of Schedule 4 for the. purpose of dealing with appeals against a decision to serve a notice referred to in paragraph 1 a. 5 The provisions of the Act specified in column 1 of the table in Part 5 of Schedule 4 apply. with the modifications specified in column 2 of that Part for the purposes of these Regulations. 6 Paragraphs 1 to 4 are without prejudice to the application of sections 10 32 37 and 39 of. the Act to these Regulations for purposes other than those specified in those paragraphs. Revocations, 13 The Regulations listed in Schedule 6 are revoked to the extent specified. Consequential and other minor amendments to statutory instruments. 14 Schedule 7 has effect, 15 1 The Secretary of State must from time to time. a carry out a review of these Regulations, b set out the conclusions of the review in a report and. c publish the report, a Subsections 5 and 6 of section 32 were amended by paragraph 18 of Schedule 2 to the Criminal Justice and Police Act. 2 In carrying out a review mentioned in paragraph 1 the Secretary of State must so far as is. reasonable have regard to, a the powers and mechanisms available in other member States to enable the provisions of.
FIC to be enforced and, b how the second subparagraph of point 1 a the second subparagraph of point 1 b and. point 1 c of Article 6 of Directive 1999 2 EC which are implemented by means of. regulation 8 and regulation 12 and Schedule 4 so far as by applying with some. modifications specified provisions of the Act they enable an improvement notice to be. served on a person requiring that person to comply with regulation 8 1 and 3 and an. appeal against such a notice to be made and dealt with and make the failure to comply. with such an improvement notice an offence are implemented in other member States. 3 The report must in particular, a set out the objectives intended to be achieved by the regulatory system established by. these Regulations, b assess the extent to which those objectives are achieved and. c assess whether those objectives remain appropriate and if so the extent to which they. could be achieved with a system that imposes less regulation. 4 The first report under this regulation must be published before 13th December 2019. 5 Reports under this regulation are afterwards to be published at intervals not exceeding five. George Eustice,Parliamentary Under Secretary of State. 14th July 2014 Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs. SCHEDULE 1 Regulation 2 3, Provisions of these Regulations that contain ambulatory references to FIC.
by virtue of regulation 2 3,Regulation 2 1 except for the definition of FIC. Regulation 3,Regulation 4 1 and 3,Regulation 5 1 3 5 and 6. Regulation 6 1,Regulation 7 1 and 4,Regulation 8 4 b. Regulation 9 2 a,Regulation 10,Regulation 15 2 a,Paragraph 3 of Part 2 of Schedule 2. Schedule 5,SCHEDULE 2 Regulation 4, National mark for derogation relating to minced meat.
The national mark,For UK market only,Specifications for the national mark. 1 Any type of font may be used for the national mark so long as it is clearly legible. 2 Any colour font may be used for the national mark so long as it is easily visible. 3 In the case of prepacked food the font size used for the national mark must not be smaller. a in the case of a package or container of a size to which Article 13 3 applies the font size. required for mandatory particulars under Article 13 3 and. b in the case of any other package or container the font size required for mandatory. particulars under Article 13 2,SCHEDULE 3 Regulation 7. Foods to which regulation 7 does not apply, 1 Raw meat to which no ingredient other than proteolytic enzymes has been added. 2 Frozen and quick frozen chicken to which Article 15 of Commission Regulation EC No. 543 2008 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation EC No 1234 2007. as regards the marketing standards for poultrymeat a applies and the water content of which does. not exceed the technically unavoidable values determined as provided for in that Article. 3 Fresh frozen and quick frozen poultry cuts to which Article 20 of Commission Regulation. EC No 543 2008 applies and the water content of which does not exceed the technically. unavoidable values determined as provided for in that Article. 4 Sandwiches filled rolls and filled products of a similar nature to sandwiches and filled rolls. which are ready for consumption without further processing except for products containing meat. which are sold under the name whether or not qualified by other words burger economy. burger or hamburger,5 Pizzas and similar topped products. a OJ No L 157 17 6 2008 p 46 last amended by Regulation EU No 1308 2013 of the European Parliament and of the. Council OJ No L 347 20 12 2013 p 671, 6 Any food for which the name is broth gravy or soup whether or not qualified by other.
7 A food consisting of an assemblage of two or more ingredients that has not been subjected to. any processing or treatment once it has been assembled and which is sold to the final consumer as. an individual portion intended to be consumed without further processing or treatment. SCHEDULE 4 Regulation 12, Application and modification of provisions of the Act. Modification of section 10 1,1 For section 10 1 improvement notices substitute. 1 If an authorised officer of an enforcement authority has reasonable grounds for. believing that a person is failing to comply with a provision specified in subsection 1A. the authorised officer may by a notice served on that person in this Act referred to as an. improvement notice, a state the officer s grounds for believing that the person is failing to comply with. the relevant provision, b specify the matters which constitute the person s failure so to comply. c specify the measures which in the officer s opinion the person must take in order. to secure compliance and, d require the person to take those measures or measures that are at least equivalent.
to them within such period as may be specified in the notice. 1A The provisions are, a a provision of Regulation EU No 1169 2011 of the European Parliament and of. the Council on the provision of food information to consumers a specified in. entry 1 3 5 to 11 23 to 27 29 31 or 66 of the table in Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the. Food Information Regulations 2014 as read with regulation 2 3 of and Schedule. 1 to those Regulations except to the extent that the provision applies to the. mandatory particular relating to net quantity required by Article 9 1 e of. Regulation EU No 1169 2011 as read with Article 23 of and Annex IX to that. Regulation, b a provision of Regulation EU No 1169 2011 of the European Parliament and of. the Council specified in entry 2 67 or 68 of the table in Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the. Food Information Regulations 2014 as read with regulation 2 3 of and Schedule. 1 to those Regulations except to the extent that the provision applies to food. information relating to quantity, c any other provision of Regulation EU No 1169 2011 of the European Parliament. and of the Council specified in Schedule 5 to the Food Information Regulations. 2014 as read with regulation 2 3 of and Schedule 1 to those Regulations or. d any of the following provisions of the Food Information Regulations 2014. i regulation 5 3 4 or 5,ii regulation 6 1 or 4,iii regulation 7 1 4 or 5 or. a OJ No L 304 22 11 2011 p 18 last amended by Commission Delegated Regulation EU No 78 2014 OJ No L 27. 30 1 2014 p 7,iv regulation 8 1 or 3,Modification of section 32 1.
2 For paragraphs a to c of section 32 1 powers of entry substitute. a to enter any premises within the authority s area for the purpose of ascertaining. whether there is or has been on the premises any contravention of. i a provision of Regulation EU No 1169 2011 of the European Parliament and. of the Council on the provision of food information to consumers specified in. entry 1 3 5 to 11 23 to 27 29 31 or 66 of the table in Part 2 of Schedule 5 to. the Food Information Regulations 2014 as read with regulation 2 3 of and. Schedule 1 to those Regulations except to the extent that the provision. applies to the mandatory particular relating to net quantity required by Article. 9 1 e of Regulation EU No 1169 2011 as read with Article 23 of and. Annex IX to that Regulation, ii a provision of Regulation EU No 1169 2011 of the European Parliament and. of the Council specified in entry 2 67 or 68 of the table in Part 2 of Schedule. 5 to the Food Information Regulations 2014 as read with regulation 2 3 of. and Schedule 1 to those Regulations except to the extent that the provision. applies to food information relating to quantity and. iii any other provision of Regulation EU No 1169 2011 of the European. Parliament and of the Council specified in Schedule 5 to the Food Information. Regulations 2014 as read with regulation 2 3 of and Schedule 1 to those. Regulations and, b to enter any business premises whether within or outside of the authority s area. for the purpose of ascertaining whether there is on the premises any evidence of. any contravention within that area of any such provisions. Modification of section 37 1 and 6,3 For section 37 1 appeals substitute. 1 Any person who is aggrieved by a decision of an authorised officer of an. enforcement authority to serve an improvement notice under section 10 1 as applied and. modified by regulation 12 1 of and Part 1 of Schedule 4 to the Food Information. Regulations 2014 may appeal to the First tier Tribunal. 4 In section 37 6,a for 3 or 4 substitute 1 and, b in paragraph a for a magistrates court or to the sheriff substitute the First tier. Modification of section 39 1 and 3, 5 For section 39 1 appeals against improvement notices substitute.
1 On an appeal against an improvement notice served under section 10 1 as applied. and modified by regulation 12 1 of and Part 1 of Schedule 4 to the Food Information. Regulations 2014 the First tier Tribunal may either cancel or affirm the notice and if it. affirms it may do so either in its original form or with such modifications as the First tier. Tribunal may in the circumstances think fit,6 In section 39 3 omit for want of prosecution. Application and modification of other provisions of the Act. Column 1 Column 2,Provision of the Act Modifications. Section 3 presumptions that food intended for human In subsection 1 for this Act. consumption substitute the Food Information,Regulations 2014. Section 20 offences due to fault of another person For any of the preceding provisions. of this Part substitute section 10 2,as applied by regulation 12 1 of the. Food Information Regulations 2014,or regulation 10 of those.
Regulations, Section 21 a defence of due diligence In subsection 1 for any of the. preceding provisions of this Part,substitute section 10 2 as applied. by regulation 12 1 of the Food,Information Regulations 2014 or. regulation 10 of those Regulations,In subsection 2 for section 14 or. 15 above substitute regulation 10 of,the Food Information Regulations.
Section 22 defence of publication in the course of For any of the preceding provisions. business of this Part substitute regulation 10,of the Food Information Regulations. Section 29 procurement of samples In paragraph b ii after under. section 32 below insert including,under section 32 as applied and. modified by regulation 12 2 of and,Part 2 of Schedule 4 to the Food. Information Regulations 2014, Section 30 8 which relates to evidence of For this Act substitute the Food. certificates given by a food analyst or examiner Information Regulations 2014. Section 33 obstruction etc of officers In subsection 1 for this Act in. each place occurring substitute the,Food Information Regulations 2014.
Section 35 1 b and 2 punishment of offences In subsection 1 after section 33 1. above insert as applied and,modified by regulation 12 5 of and. Part 5 of Schedule 4 to the Food,Information Regulations 2014. After subsection 1 insert,a Section 21 2 was amended by S I 2004 3279. b Section 35 1 is amended by paragraph 42 of Schedule 26 to the Criminal Justice Act 2003 c 44 from a date to be.


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