They contain various conditions which feed businesses must comply with, as appropriate.
These are split into three parts, as follows:
This covers provisions applicable to businesses involved in primary production (for example, farms).
It includes general hygiene and record-keeping requirements.
This applies to businesses operating other than at the level of primary production.
It contains standards similar to those that currently apply to those premises previously approved or registered under The Feeding Stuffs (Establishment and Intermediaries) Regulations 1999.
These relate to facilities, personnel, quality control, storage and transport and record-keeping.
This section relates to good animal feeding practices for food-producing animals.
It includes the requirements for stable and feeding equipment, storage of feed, distribution, feed and water and personnel.
Please note: the above is only a brief outline of the requirements and intended to provide basic guidance. It is not a complete or authoritative statement of the law.
Who is affected by the legislation?