- Keeping food CoOL—new EC regulations on labelling origin of ingredients
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- What are the key changes that will be made by the new rules?
- Why are these changes being implemented?
- What will the practical impact of these changes be?
- These rules won’t come into force until April 2020—post Brexit. Do you think the UK will create similar/identical rules, and if so, why?
Corporate Crime analysis: New EC regulations to impose country of origin labelling (CoOL) for primary ingredients in certain food products promise to play a key role in protecting minority rights and traditional producers. Nicolas Carbonnelle, counsel with Bird & Bird in Brussels, assesses some long-awaited progress on the issue, and what Brexit might mean for the UK version of the changes.
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