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Regulations Revoked

Regulations revoking orders which control the composition of curry powder, mustard, salad cream, suet and tomato ketchup came into effect on July 1st.

The revocation of these orders was recommended by the Food Advisory Committee in a report published in November 1989. Not only is this move in line with the Government's policy to reduce the burden on business but it also reflects the European Commission's policy of moving away from recipe law towards more informative labelling.

Regulations also revoke the Public Health (Imported Milk) Regulations 1926, which are no longer enforced.
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Title Annotation:orders which control composition of curry powder, mustard, salad cream, suet and tomato ketchup
Publication:Food Trade Review
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Date:Jul 1, 1991
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