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Animal By-Products (Identification) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2002 (S.I. No. 1619 of 2002).

Pays/Territoire
Royaume-Uni
Sous-division territoriale
England
Type du document
Règlement
Date
2002
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Sujet
Alimentation et nutrition
Mot clé
Transformation/manutention Abattage Contrôle de qualité alimentaire/innocuité des produits alimentaires
Aire géographique
Îles de l'Océan Atlantique, Europe, Europe et Asie Centrale, Atlantique Nord, Mer du Nord, Atlantique du Nord-Est, Europe du Nord
Entry into force notes
The entry into force of these Regulations is on 15 July 2002.
Résumé

The substantive amendments made by these Regulations to the 1995 Regulations include amendments of various definitions in regulation 2, replace regulation 4 (scope) with a provision which provides that the only whole carcases which have to be sterilised or stained are whole poultry carcases which are dead on arrival at a slaughterhouse or which are rejected following pre-slaughter or post-mortem health inspections carried out at such premises(c) remove the exemption from the requirement as to staining or sterilisation imposed by regulations 6 and 7 which is contained in regulation 5(2)(a) in favour of poultry by-products is and replace it with another exemption (d) extend the exemption from the requirement as to staining or sterilisation imposed by regulations 6 and 7 operates in favour of green offal intended to be removed from animal by-products premises, game processing facilities and slaughterhouses to apply in favour of cold stores and cutting premises also; and (e) replace regulations 6, 8-10.

Texte intégral
Anglais
Site web
www.hmso.gov.uk

Références - Législation

Amende

Animal By-Products (Identification) Regulations 1995 (S.I. No. 614 of 1995).

Législation | Royaume-Uni | 1995

Mot clé: Transformation/manutention, Contrôle de qualité alimentaire/innocuité des produits alimentaires, Hygiène/procédures sanitaires, Abattage

Source: FAO, FAOLEX