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David Kidman
Partner
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JP Buckley
DWF LLP
Mark Shepherd
Solicitor
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Richard Twomey
Solicitor
DWF LLP
Tarik Sharif
Associate Solicitor
DWF LLP
Contributions by DWF LLP Experts

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Food information and food labelling law
Food information and food labelling law
Practice notes

This Practice Note explains the requirements imposed on food business operators (FBOs) under Retained Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011 of 25 October 2011 on the provision of food information to consumers (FIC) and the Food Information Regulations 2014, SI 2014/1855, (FIR 2014). It explains the relevant legislation which dictates the content of food labelling in Europe and the UK, the domestic law on food labelling, the different responsibilities imposed in the food supply chain, enforcement of food labelling law and the sanctions for breach.

Product recall clause
Product recall clause
Precedents

This Precedent product recall clause is for use in a business-to-business (B2B) contract for the sale or supply of goods. The product recall clause sets out the obligations between the supplier (manufacturer or distributor) and customer (retailer) if a product recall or corrective action is required within the supply chain, for example where there is a defective, faulty or unsafe product. This Precedent contains a pro-supplier product recall clause and a pro-customer product recall clause option.

Other Work
Personal data processing clause—short-form—pro-controller
Personal data processing clause—short-form—pro-controller

This is a short form Precedent pro-controller data processing clause drafted for use as part of a commercial agreement for general personal data processing if the parties wish to contract on a basis that complies with essential requirements of UK data protection law, and is drafted for compliance with the United Kingdom General Data Protection Regulation, Retained Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (UK GDPR). It is drafted on the assumption that a UK processor is acting as supplier for a UK customer which is a controller of the personal data.

Personal data processing clause—short-form—pro-processor
Personal data processing clause—short-form—pro-processor

This is a short form precedent pro-processor data processing clause drafted for use as part of a commercial agreement for general personal data processing if the parties wish to contract on a basis that complies with essential requirements of UK data protection law, and is drafted ready for compliance with the United Kingdom General Data Protection Regulation, Retained Regulation (EU) 2016/679, UK GDPR. It is drafted on the assumption that a UK processor is acting as supplier for a UK customer which is a controller of the personal data.

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