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The proposed approach to domestic legislation relating to food and feed safety and hygiene, food compositional standards and food labelling (including nutrition labelling) in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland specific
Consultation seeking stakeholders’ views on the proposed approach to technical amendments to NI domestic legislation relating to food and feed safety and hygiene, food compositional standards and food labelling (including nutrition labelling).

This consultation will be of most interest to

Food and animal feed businesses including manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers and enforcement authorities. The consultation may also be of interest to health professionals, consumer groups and others with an interest in food and feed legislation.

About this consultation

This consultation concerns the proposed approach to technical amendments to Northern Ireland (NI) domestic legislation relating to food and feed safety and hygiene, food compositional standards and food labelling (including nutrition labelling). These amendments are necessary to reflect the application of the Withdrawal Agreement and the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland (NIP) to ensure NI food and feed law remains effective at the end of the Transition Period (TP).

Consultation Pack

How to respond

Responses to this consultation should be sent to:

Email: executive.support@food.gov.uk

Postal address:

Executive Support Unit
Food Standards Agency in Northern Ireland
10a-c Clarendon Road
Belfast
BT1 3BG

Publication of response summary

Within three months of a consultation ending we aim to publish a summary of responses received and provide a link to it from this page.

You can find information on how we handle data provided in response to consultations in our Consultations privacy notice.

Further information

This consultation has been prepared in accordance with HM Government Consultation Principles. If an Impact Assessment has been produced, this is included in the consultation documents. If no Impact Assessment has been provided, the reason will be given in the consultation document.