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Official Feed and Food Controls (Scotland) Regulations 2007 (S.S.I. No. 522 of 2007).

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These Regulations make provision for official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with Community feed and food law and animal health and animal welfare rules. They also impose prohibitions on the introduction of certain feed and food into Scotland in the light of community law.
They concern, among other things: (a) the prohibition of the introduction into Scotland of certain feed and food products and the formulation of the relevant offence; (b) the duty of an authorized officer of an enforcement authority to serve a notice when he or she proposes to place a consignment of feed or food under official detention in case of suspicion of non-compliance or because there is doubt as to the identity or the destination of the consignment, or because the feed or food does not comply with feed or food law; (c) offences in relation with certain obligations relating to the checking of products that are introduced into Scotland; and (d) revision of the definitions of relevant feed law and relevant food law in Schedules 2 and 3.
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