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Seafish response to Defra's "Consultation on a marine planning system for England"

Sarah Horsfall

This is a response to Defra's consultation on a marine planning system for England of 21 July 2010. The consultation papers are available here: http://www.defra.gov.uk/corporate/consult/marine-planning/index.htm

October 2010Download PDF

Seafish response to Consultation to the FSA Foodborne Disease Strategy 2010-15

Fiona Wright

This is Seafish’s response to the Food Standards Agency’s consultation on its Foodborne Disease Strategy 2010–2015. Seafish asks for greater emphasis on the prevention of infection with norovirus and warns against a move towards zero tolerance for Listeria. The consultation can be seen at: http://www.food.gov.uk/consultations/consulteng/2010/foodbornediseasestrategyeng

September 2010Download PDF

Response to the Second consultation on secondary legislation under the Marine and Coastal Access Act: Part 4 marine licensing

Sarah Horsfall

This is the Seafish response to Defra’s Second Consultation on Secondary Legislation under the Marine and Coastal Access Act: Part 4 Marine Licensing.

September 2010Download PDF

Seafish response to Consultation_Food Hygiene (England) (Amendment) (No.2) Regulations 2010

J. Harman; K. Galloway

Seafish responded to the Food Standard Agency's consultation on the Food Hygiene Amendment Regulations 2010. Seafish supported the changes, which were: •To allow clean water to be used to clean fishery products in land based establishments; •The reinstatement of the 10% allowance for samples exceeding 4600 CFU of E. coli in class B shellfish beds; and •The requirement that the approval number reflects the place of production of products of animal origin. The full details of the consultation can be found here http://www.food.gov.uk/consultations/consulteng/2010/foodhygieneregs2010engamend2

July 2010Download PDF

Seafish response to Consultation – Food Standards Agency guidance on the application of date marks to food

Seafish

This is Seafish's response to the Food Standards Agency's consultation on its guidance on the application of date marks to food. Seafish comments included that when a food is past its ‘best before date’, account should be taken of whether it is of the quality expected, and also that it becomes the seller's responsibility at this point. The original consultation documents are available here: http://www.food.gov.uk/consultations/consulteng/2010/fsaguidanceappdatemarksfoodeng

July 2010Download PDF