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Kategorie: Food Law

28. 04. 2022

Ecolabelling in the Czech Republic from the legal perspective

Ecolabelling is the voluntary labelling of products and services that are demonstrably better for the environment and consumer health and are of a high quality throughout their life cycle. The main ideas of ecolabelling The ecolabel gives the customer the assurance that the product meets strict environmental criteria, which include quality raw materials, environmentally friendly …

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20. 04. 2022

Misleading indications of the place of origin of food

The Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic and the State Agricultural and Food Inspection draw attention to the need to comply with the requirements of legal regulations in the area of informing consumers about the true place of origin of food. Generally The above relates to an urgent situation concerning a number of food …

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26. 01. 2022

Food labelling – voluntary indication of ‘no E’ or ‘no E added’ and statements with a similar meaning

The Ministry of Agriculture, respectively the State Veterinary Administration (SVS) and the State Agricultural and Food Inspection Authority (SZPI), have issued an opinion with effect from 1 July 2022, which specifies in more detail the method of voluntary labelling of food with “no E” or “no added E” and statements with similar meaning (hereinafter referred …

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22. 12. 2021

Use-by date vs. date of minimum durability from a legal regulatory perspective

A currently discussed topic in the area of food law in the EU competent authorities is, among others, the issue of the revision of Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2011 on the provision of food information to consumers (“Regulation 1169/2011”). This follows in particular the …

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