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A practical explanation of the system of food standards regulation in this country, focusing particularly on the changes introduced by the Food Standards Act 1999. It examines the powers of regulation and methods of enforcement of the new Food Standards Agency.;The Food Standards Agency, set up in April 2000 to regulate food safety and standards throughout the food chain, has powers to commission research and publish findings, regulate and monitor local authority enforcement, and even take over enforcement action in cases of failing authorities. The Agency will develop policy, provide advice to public authorities and the public, carry out research and have power of entry to carry out observations. All these issues are explored in this volume, which should be suitable for lawyers working for food retailers, suppliers and producers and those whose role it is to enforce the regulation.