DEFRA guidance on labelling food with no-deal Brexit

Pledges to maintain current standards on food safety, food labelling and food quality, with EU-based provision to be rolled over as part of the EU (Withdrawal) Act, but says use of term ‘EU’ in origin labelling would no longer be appropriate, while an EU address for a food product marketed in the UK would no longer be permissible as is currently the case

Document title: Producing and labelling food if there's no Brexit deal

Summary: Pledges to maintain current standards on food safety, food labelling and food quality, with EU-based provision to be rolled over as part of the EU (Withdrawal) Act, but says use of term ‘EU’ in origin labelling would no longer be appropriate, while an EU address for a food product marketed in the UK would no longer be permissible as is currently the case. Says a consultation will determine whether to allow food with an EU address to be marketed in the UK for six months after a no-deal Brexit

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