The Agricultural Marketing Act 1958 makes provision for regulating the marketing of agricultural products1 other than certain specified products2, providing for persons substantially representative of producers of an agricultural product in an area to prepare and submit schemes, subject to the approval of the Secretary of State and the Welsh Ministers3, for regulating the marketing of that product4. Schemes are administered by boards5, and may apply to Great Britain6
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