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Violations of Swedish Food Act can now lead to imprisonment

According to the Swedish National Food Administration, punishments for violations of the Swedish Food Act haven’t been strict enough.

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As of 1 January, the Swedish legislation has been tightened, and sentences of up to two years in prison have now been introduced for those who violate Sweden’s Food Act. Economic sanction possibilities against violating companies are now also on the increase.


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