Food Law News - UK - 2011

FSA News Item, 2 March 2011

MEAT HYGIENE - Guide to charges for official controls published

A copy of the Guide is available on this webiste. See: The Charges Guide 2009: A guide for food business operators to FSA charges for official controls

The Food Standards Agency has published an updated guide on charges for meat hygiene controls. The guide is for food business operators of approved meat premises in Britain, and comes into effect from Monday 28 March 2011.

The guide, which can be found via the link towards the end of this page, has been sent to food business operators (FBOs) of slaughterhouses and meat cutting plants.

About the guide

The guide aims to help FBOs understand:

Additional Item on the FSA web site:

25 February 2011

Guide to charges for official controls

The Food Standards Agency provides a range of services in approved meat premises across Great Britain. Some of these services are currently paid for by other Government departments, for example, checks on animal by product controls. Other services are charged to food business operators (FBOs).

The charges guide aims to assist FBOs in understanding:

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