The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is proposing to remove the requirement to use the ‘Do Not Eat’ pictograph on articles being placed on to the GB market. This consultation is seeking stakeholders' views on the proposed policy change in relation to the requirements for the ‘Do Not Eat’ pictograph for active or intelligent materials and articles onto the GB market
This concerns the ‘Do Not Eat’ pictograph on active or intelligent articles placed onto the Great Britain (GB) market. EU Law relating to food contact materials continues to apply in Northern Ireland, and under the current terms of the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland (NIP), products placed on the Northern Ireland market will continue to use the EU ‘Do Not Eat’ pictograph.
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