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Response to the Welsh Assembly Government's consultation on secondary legislation under the Marine and Coastal Access Act: Part 4, Marine Licensing

Sarah Horsfall

This is a response to the Consultation on Secondary Legislation under the Marine and Coastal Access Act: Part 4, Marine Licensing. The consultation papers are available here: http://wales.gov.uk/docs/desh/consultation/100927marinelicensingen.pdf

November 10Download PDF

Seafish response to consultation on the Revision of the FSA Guidance - Criteria for the Use of the terms fresh, pure, natural etc. in food labelling

S. Horsfall

The Food Standards Agency is seeking to issue improved guidance on the use of marketing terms. The guidance sets out legislative requirements relevant to misleading labelling, and best practice advice on the use of the terms. To read the consultation go to: http://www.food.gov.uk/consultations/consulteng/2007/freshpurenaturaleng07

January 2008Download PDF

Seafish response to Stakeholder update of 1 February 2008 on EU Reg 2073-2005 on Microbiological Criteria for Foodstuffs consultation

Mark Gray

To read the consultation go to: http://www.seafish.org/upload/b2b/file/consultation/FSAstakeholder_update_1_2_08.doc

March 2008Download PDF

Seafish response to consultation on Aquatic Animal Health

P. Wilson

This consultation concerned the implementation of Directive 2006/88, the Aquatic Animal Health Directive. The main thrust of the legislation is to control fish and shellfish disease. To read the consultation go to: http://www.defra.gov.uk/corporate/consult/aquatic-ah/index.htm

March 2008Download PDF

Seafish response to consultation on Selection of Offshore SAC's

F. Wright

Seven areas of sea around Britain have been proposed as possible Special Areas of Conservation, aimed at protecting offshore species and habitats. Following consultation the Joint Nature Conservation Committee will consider whether to recommend to government that the sites are submitted to the European Commission for approval. To read the consultation go to: http://www.jncc.gov.uk/Default.aspx?page=3995

March 2008Download PDF