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The OFT consultation on relations between
supermarkets and their suppliers is closing shortly. The deadline
for you to voice your concerns and comments...
In March 2005, after a delay of several years, the government published a draft Bill for a new offence of Corporate Manslaughter. The consultation paper...
The Department of Health (DoH) has launched three publications in March 2005 outlining a delivery plan for its Public Health White Paper (published November...
On 1 April, the Food Standards Agency (FSA)
launched a consultation on its approach to regulatory decision
making. Click here for more information.
The Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has published a consultation paper on a draft Food Industry Sustainability Strategy (FISS)....
Health & dietary claims on broadcast alcohol
Regulatory food labelling and trade description
restrictions apply in the same way to alcohol...
In the 2004 Budget, the Chancellor asked Philip Hampton to lead a
review into regulatory inspection and enforcement with a view to
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) recall of products potentially containing the illegal red food dye, Sudan I, has risk management implications for all food...
The latest couple of litigious battles in the war
between anti-obesity campaigners and the fast food industry both
occur in the US and concern McDonald's....
Whose fault is it that we’re fat? More
people in the world are now obese than are malnourished: one in
four men and one in five women. And it’s not just...
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