Provision is made for the administration and enforcement of the legislation governing the content and manufacture of animal feeding stuffs by feed business operators1. The particular legislation to which such provision applies (referred to as 'specified feed law')2 is:
(1) the principal domestic legislation concerning the marketing and sale of animal feeding stuffs3;(2) EU law establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food and feed safety, in so far as it relates to feed4;(3) EU law on genetically modified food and feed, in so far as it relates to feed
(1) the principal domestic legislation concerning the marketing and sale of animal feeding stuffs3;
(2) EU law establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food and feed safety, in so far as it relates to feed4;
(3) EU law on genetically modified food and feed, in so far as it relates to feed
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