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UK updates guidance on food labelling in the event of “no-deal” exit

The UK government has issued revised guidance telling companies how labelling must change on products placed on the market after March 29th if the country leaves the EU without a deal.

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Companies must be ready to implement three specific changes to food and drink labelling from March 29th, 2019 for products placed on the market after this date if the UK exits the EU without a deal, the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has said.


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