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Retail, Food and Hospitality Regulatory Update 11 March 2018

12 March 2018
Retail
Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 11 March: Target of 20% calorie reduction in Children's food; First Government backed Code of practice on product recalls

In this week's edition:

Important Updates

Target of 20% calorie reduction in children’s food within 5 years set: Public Health England has challenged the Food Industry to achieve the target which applies to children’s calorie intakes from pizzas, ready meals, ready-made sandwiches, meat products and savoury snacks by recipe change, reducing portion sizes and encouraging purchase of lower calorie products. The focus on calorie intake has been welcomed by the Food and Drink Federation. View >

 

First Government backed Code of Practice on product recalls: The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Office for Product Safety and Standards has welcomed publication of a new code of practice on Non- food product recalls and safety.  The code provides guidance to businesses on monitoring of products, traceability, risk assessment and undertaking recalls and other corrective actions. View >

 

Research and guidance published on ‘reference pricing’: The Advertising Standards Authority has published research that it commissioned on consumer understanding of price comparisons and resulting advice. View >

 

Brexit Developments

Destination of repatriated powers remains under dispute: 
The Department for exiting the EU has published a detailed analysis of the repatriation options for 153 separate areas of law. 
View > 
The UK Government has published a proposed amendment to clause 11 of the EU Withdrawal Bill. View > 
The Scottish Government has responded that it hasn’t been consulted and intends to proceed with its continuity Bill. View >

 

DEXEU publishes technical information on Brexit negotiations: 
A technical note on separation issues in phase 2. View >  
Draft EU exit regulations for a range of legislative areas. View >

 

CBI describes Brexit deal without financial services ‘a ship without a sail’: View >

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