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Shanghai Regulations Stipulate That Product Defects Must Be Reported To Authorities
On 1 September 2012, the new Shanghai Municipality Regulations on Product Quality ("Shanghai Regulations") will enter into effect.
China
16 Jul 2012
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P & R Is For Food Contamination Risks From Pollution & Radiation
Pollution in the food chain or in processing can disrupt the most efficient of operations - whether this is 'pollution' by bacteria, via a virus (foot and mouth/bird flu), chemical (dioxin contamination) or radiation from a nuclear accident following an earthquake as most recently occurred in Japan.
UK
13 May 2011
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O Is For 'Openness' At The Food Standards Agency
The latest Food Standards Agency (FSA) Board meeting of 24 March 2011 concluded that openness and transparency should be key and that as much information as possible should be made public.
UK
19 Apr 2011
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Law On State Market Supervision And Control Over Non-Food Products Adopted
On 02 December 2010 the Ukrainian Parliament adоpted the Law on State Market Supervision and Control over Non-Food Products No. 2735-VI (the "Law").
Ukraine
1 Feb 2011
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General Safety Of Non-Food Products Law Adopted
On 02 December 2010 the Ukrainian Parliament adopted the Law on General Safety of Non-Food Products No. 2736-VI (the "Law").
Ukraine
1 Feb 2011
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"H" Is For HACCP and GHP, And Their Application In The Food & Drink Industry
Food safety is of primary concern to the food industry and the appropriate organisation and documentation of this is key to regulatory and enforcement, due diligence and insurance requirements.
UK
7 Oct 2010
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Chinese Food (Additive) Industry: Manufacturing Licence is Now Required
The Chinese General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine ("AQSIQ") published the Rules of Administration and Supervision on Production of Food Additives ("Rules") on 4 April 2010 (to be entered into force on 1 June 2010).
China
1 Jun 2010
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D is for Due Diligence
Due Diligence is a defence that every company active in the food and drink sector should be able to utilise and already have in operation as part of its quality control and risk management processes.
UK
19 May 2010
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B Is For BSE And Risk Control Measures
The rate of BSE cases in cattle being reported now is significantly lower than in 1988, when the disease was first made notifiable, and the number of new cases continues to decline yet further.
UK
15 Feb 2010
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Mandatory Labelling Of GMO Food Products
On 17 December 2009 the Verkhovna Rada (Parliament) of Ukraine introduced changes to the Law "On the Quality and Safety of Food Products" (the "Amended Law"), which are pending President’s signature.
Ukraine
4 Jan 2010
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ASA Adjudications Snapshot - September 2009
This article provides a selection of the most interesting ASA adjudications from September and a summary of the key issues considered in the adjudications.
UK
28 Oct 2009
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ASA Adjudications Snapshot - August 2009
This article provides a selection of the most interesting ASA adjudications from August and a summary of the key issues considered in the adjudications.
UK
5 Oct 2009
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ASA Adjudications Snapshot - June 2009
This article provides a selection of the most interesting ASA adjudications from June and a summary of the key issues considered in the adjudications.
UK
3 Aug 2009
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Heed This Warning
Does a manufacturer or supplier of goods, materials or equipment have an obligation to warn its customer if it subsequently discovers faults or shortcomings in them?
UK
19 May 2009
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New Licensing Requirements For The Production And Distribution Of Medicines
On March 3, 2009 the State Committee of Ukraine on Policy and Entrepreneurship, and the State Inspection for Control over the Quality of Medicinal Products approved Joint Order No. 44/27 "On New Licensing Conditions for Conducting of Economic Activity of Production, Wholesale and Retail Sale of the Medicinal Products" (the "Order").
Ukraine
22 Apr 2009
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Amendment To The Act On Trade Quality Of Foodstuffs
Following lengthy parliamentary discussions and an increasing number of complaints as to the quality of foodstuffs available on the Polish market, a significant amendment to the Act on Trade Quality of Foodstuffs entered into force on 18 December 2008.
Poland
19 Jan 2009
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"Cosing" – The European Commission´s New Database Of Cosmetic Ingredients
A new online database created by the European Commission will feature more than 15,000 ingredients used in the production of cosmetics.
UK
29 Jul 2008
18
Extension Of Manufacturers’ Product Liability Exposure After 10-Year Cut-Off Period
In the recent Court of Appeal case of O’Byrne v Aventis Pasteur SA [2007] EWCA Civ 939, Aventis Pasteur SA (the proposed defendant) appealed against an order under s.35 Limitation Act 1980 that it be substituted for the original defendant, which was a secondary supplier.
UK
29 Nov 2007
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Product Liability And Recall
At the end of July 2007 a supplier was found liable to its manufacturer customer for the presence of Para Red in the chilli powder it had supplied, even though the court accepted that the presence posed no risk to health.
UK
4 Sep 2007
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FSA’s Review Of Retail Distribution - Discussion Paper 07/1
FSA has become increasingly uneasy over what it perceives to be the continuing poor quality and limited scope of retail advice.
UK
24 Jul 2007
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