DEFRA guidance on exporting GM food and animal feed under no-deal Brexit

Notes EU GM food or feed authorisation holders need to be established in the EU or EEA, with businesses in third countries needing to designate a representative based within the bloc. This would apply to all feed products exported to the EU, meaning UK companies must consider designating a representative

Document title: Exporting GM food and animal feed products if there’s no Brexit deal

Summary: Notes EU GM food or feed authorisation holders need to be established in the EU or EEA, with businesses in third countries needing to designate a representative based within the bloc. This would apply to all feed products exported to the EU, meaning UK companies must consider designating a representative. UK businesses currently acting as representatives for businesses outside the EU/EEA will need to inform those businesses they would no longer be able to serve as representatives.

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