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Could a wave of exotic foods be heading for the EU market?

Katia Merten-Lentz and Caroline Commandeur of international law firm Keller & Heckman look at how the updated EU Novel Food Regulation could unleash new delicacies onto the European market.

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Unlike its predecessor, under which all novel foods were subject to the same rules, the new Novel Food Regulation 2015/2283 introduces the notion of ‘traditional foods from a third country’, and aims to facilitate their placing on the EU market, by laying down specific rules for them.

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