Food Imitations (Safety) Regulations 1989
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Food Imitations (Safety) Regulations 1989 (draft). by Great Britain. Department of Trade and Industry.

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Published by Department of Trade and Industry in London .
Written in English


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The presence of food imitation child-appealing products may give rise to serious risks for children that confuse them with food. Two main risks are associated with such products, small parts and ingestion of substances such as shampoos that are mistaken for food products. Food Imitations (Safety) Regulations No. These Regulations may be cited as the Food Imitations (Safety) Regulations and shall come into force on 1st January The Food Imitations (Safety) Regulations (2) and the Food Imitations (Safety) (Amendment) Regulations (3) are hereby revoked. In these Regulations. 1. These Regulations may be cited as the Food Imitations (Safety) 2. The Food Imitations (Safety) Regulations and the Food Imitations 3. In these Regulations– “food” means food for human consumption and 4. No person shall supply, offer to supply, agree to supply, Signature. The Food Imitations (Safety) Regulations and the Food Imitations (Safety) (Amendment) Regulations are hereby revoked. 3. In these Regulations– “food” means food for human consumption and includes drink, chewing gum and other products of a like nature and use and articles and substances used as ingredients in the preparation of.

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