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European Community food hygiene legislation. II. Areas of control


, : European Community food hygiene legislation. II. Areas of control. European Food Law Review 5(2): 181-194

This paper, the 2nd in a series of articles on EC food hygiene legislation, covers the complex interaction between the various EC directives controlling food hygiene, and compares and contrasts particular requirements for the different product groups with particular reference to foods of animal origin such as sea-foods, eggs, meat and milk products.

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