The Secretary of State and the Welsh Ministers1 may by regulations2 designate and define grades of quality for any description of fresh horticultural produce3 (other than produce of a description which is subject to Community grading rules4) and may prescribe for each grade the form of a label5 indicating that the produce falls within that grade6. Produce of a description in relation to which grades of quality are so designated and defined is known for these purposes7 as 'regulated produce'8. Such regulations may provide that labels recognised by the law of any country outside Great Britain9 as indicating a
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