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Denmark lays out its approach to food inspections up to 2022

One of the main details of the strategy is that food companies which deliberately try to bend the rules will receive more frequent visits from the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration in the future.

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Denmark’s environment and food minister, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, has laid out Parliamentary parties’ agreed-upon approach towards food safety violations.

 

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