DEFRA guidance on animal product health marks

Says health marks would have to change in the event of no-deal Brexit, with the UK not entitled to use any abbreviation in marks that implies EU membership

Document title: Health marks on meat, fish and dairy products if there’s no Brexit deal

Summary: Says health marks would have to change in the event of no-deal Brexit, with the UK not entitled to use any abbreviation in marks that implies EU membership. Food Standards Authority has begun a consultation on what new marks would look like, with aim to keep any change ‘as simple as possible’. Changes due to be communicated by November 2018.

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