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Leatherhead Publications.

Leatherhead Food RA have updated their Handbook on the Labelling of Genetically Modified Foods, Ingredients and Additives to May 2000.

It is intended to shed light on the question of whether the packaging of a product containing genetically modified foods, ingredients or additives must carry a particular declaration or not. The Handbook also provides a global perspective on the regulation of genetically modified foods, giving details of the legislation on such foods in many countries around the world. The book explains how Codex Standards are developed and provides details of the Codex proposal on the labelling of foods obtained through biotechnology and the outcome of the latest discussions on the proposal. Copies of the book are available from Leatherhead priced [pounds]90.

Leatherhead have also published Part 2, Contaminants in Foodstuffs - An International Review of Maximum Limits.

It is designed as a reference document to assist all those who need to comply with the technical legislation relating to contaminants in foodstuffs. Key features include heavy metals, other elements and inorganic compounds, halogenated organic compounds, other organic compounds, Mycotoxins, and other toxins and contaminants. This review costs [pounds]250.

The 4th Edition of Leatherhead's Guide to Food Regulations in the Middle East has been published. The survey fulfils a need by providing exporters with a consolidated and comprehensive guide to food regulations in this region. This Guide has now been updated to June 2000 and copies are available priced [pounds]370.

Leatherhead have also produced a report on Functional Food Markets, Innovation and Prospects - a Global Analysis, priced at [pounds]795. The report highlights key management issues affecting the functional food category and also analyses market sizes and trends in Europe, the US, Japan and Australia.

Finally, Leatherhead have a new study analysing key trends and developments in the confectionery market of eight major confectionery markets across the world, as well as six of the smaller developing markets in Eastern Europe and Latin America. Called The Confectionery Market, Global Trends and Developments, this report costs [pounds]695.

All of these publications are available from Leatherhead Food RA, Randalls Road, Leatherhead, Surrey, tel:0137 237 6761.
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