SME Chamber assisting wedding sector through Covid
06 May 2021
The SME Chamber is working to seek further clarifications on the gradual return to normality...
Increased level of official controls
on feed and food of non-animal origin is in application since 25 January 2010:
Regulation (EC) No 669/2009 provides for a coordinated and uniform control
approach at the EU border when a known or emerging risk has been identified; in
addition to the 'routine' checks performed by competent authorities. The report
lists products delisted from increased controls due to satisfactory levels of
compliance reported in 2012. Others, such as groundnuts from Ghana and India,
okra and curry leaves from India and watermelon seeds from Nigeria were added
to the list for increased controls
Further information can be found at:
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