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Seafish response on the draft Contaminants in Food Regulations 2009 consultation

Sarah Horsfall

The consultation concerned a draft Statutory Instrument that incorporates the new Commission Regulations amending Regulation (EC) No 1881/2006. The legislation introduces a dioxin limit on fish liver and minor alterations to maximum allowable heavy metal levels in certain species of fish. To read the consultation go to:

April 2009Download PDF

Seafish response to Implementing the Water Environment and Water Services (Scotland) Act 2003: restoration of the water environment: consultation

I. Bartolo

This consultation paper sets out in more detail proposals to help SEPA, the responsible authorities and stakeholders take forward restoration measures aimed at addressing the legacy of adverse impacts on the water environment resulting from past human activities, in a proportionate and cost-effective way over successive planning cycles. To read the consultation go to:

April 2009Download PDF

Seafish response to Invasive Non-native Species draft policy consultation

Sue Utting

Natural England consulted on draft policy on invasive non-native species. It explains Natural England’s belief regarding the threat posed by invasive non-native species in England; it sets out an approach to dealing with invasive non-native species; and it sets out that, where feasible, populations, habitats and ecosystems adversely affected by invasive non-native species should be restored. To read the consultation go to:

March 2009Download PDF

Seafish response to Review of FSA advice on fish consumption consultation

I. Bartolo

The Food Standards Agency is reviewing its dietary advice to consumers on fish consumption to take into account nutrition, food safety and wider sustainability issues. We were asked to comment about the FSA's proposed approach to include these wider aspects in future advice on fish consumption. Consultations were run in England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland. To read the consultation go to: and click on the area you are interested in.

March 2009Download PDF

Seafish response to SITPRO Review of Port Procedures consultation

S. Horsfall

SITPRO, the body responsible for simplifying international trade, undertook a review of procedures at UK ports for the international and intra-EU movement of goods. This was in part a reaction to the 2009 World Bank Doing Business report that judged the UK as only the 28th easiest to trade with. To read the consultation go to:

March 2009Download PDF