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Government Ordinance on hygienic requirements applying to the production and placing on the market of egg products.

Type of law

The Government Ordinance, which is composed of 11 articles and three Annexes, sets out provisions concerning hygienic requirements and requirements concerning human health protection applying to the production and marketing of eggs and egg products for direct human consumption or for the manufacture of foodstuffs. These provisions do not apply to finished foodstuffs manufactured from egg products nor to egg products which are obtained in small scale enterprises and which, without having undergone any treatment, are used for the manufacture of foodstuffs intended for direct sale, without any intermediary, to the consumer or consumed on the spot immediately after having been prepared.
Date of text
Entry into force notes
The ordinance enters into force on 1 August 2003.
Serial Imprint
Collection of Laws No. 272 of 2003.
Source language


Legislation Amendment
Original title
Nariadenie vlady o hygienickych poziadavkach a poziadavkach v zaujme ochrany zdravia ludi pri vyrobe a uvadzani vajecnych vyrobkov na trh.