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Regulation (EU) 2021/382 Amending Food Hygiene - Liability Implications for Food Businesses journal article

Lisa Eberlein, Maria Kietz

European Food and Feed Law Review, Volume 16 (2021), Issue 5, Page 378 - 389

The entry into force of Regulation (EU) 2021/382 will bring about significant changes in food hygiene law. The requirements concern allergen management, food redistribution and food safety culture. The new requirements raise many questions for food businesses, especially with regard to liability aspects, which the following article deals with in more detail.


The Origin Declaration of Food and its Primary Ingredients – A Quick Guide on Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011 and Regulation (EU) 2018/775 journal article

Christian Ballke, Maria Kietz

European Food and Feed Law Review, Volume 15 (2020), Issue 4, Page 316 - 326

On 1 April this year, Regulation (EU) 2018/775 laying down rules for the application of Article 26(3) of Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011entered into force. With its commencement, the labelling of the origin of primary ingredients has now become compulsory for many products. Provided that the origin of a food is labelled and it is not congruent with the origin of the primary ingredient of the food, the country of origin or place of provenance of the primary ingredient must either additionally be declared or it can be indicated that the primary ingredient comes from a country of origin or place of provenance other than the food. The following article deals with the specific requirements of the regulation which shall now apply. In this connection and in order to provide orientation when dealing with the new provisions, the European Commission published a catalogue of questions and answers. The extent to which this guideline can keep its promise to serve as an aid for interpretation is also part of the following contribution.









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