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European Food Law 3rd ed


ISBN13: 9780421902909
ISBN: 0421902906
Previous Edition ISBN: 1902558448
Published: November 2005
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



European Food Law is recognised as the leading authority all aspects of European law as it applies to the composition, packaging and consumption of food.

The creation of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in 2002 was a milestone in the development of a body of food-specific European legislation and case law. This new edition examines the new regulatory framework under the Authority and draws together the growing body of relevant legislation and case law on food-related matters.

  • Explains and interprets all aspects of current EU Food Law
  • Covers the full diversity of the subject - from food hygiene and labelling to genetic modification and free movement of goods issues
  • Practical work which explains the law clearly to a wide audience (both legal and regulatory)
  • Includes new chapters on emerging concerns such as obesity and organic food
  • Deals with international issues, including the WTO and zoonoses
  • Contains the text of relevant legislation and regulations

Subjects:
Food Law, EU Law
Contents:
Introduction
Food Safety and Principles of EU Food Law
Free Movement of Goods
Food Labelling
Food Hygiene
Food Quality
Artisan and Speciality Foods
Nutrition
Product Liability
Food Additives
Foodstuffs for Particular Nutritional Uses
Genetically Modified Foods
European Food Safety Authority
The International Context
Penalties, Remedying & Lobbying
Conclusions