Food Law

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Tottel, 2009 - Law - 448 pages
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This new edition takes account of significant changes in food and feed law and procedure made since 2000 pursuant to the European Commission White Paper on Food Safety, the work of the Food Standards Agency and developments of wider relevance, such as the Human Rights legislation and the establishment of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Written in a straightforward and easy to use style, the 3rd edition of this practical book provides quick and easy access to the legislation that affects practitioners on a daily basis.

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Contents

Abbreviations
xvii
Chronological Table of Statutes
xxxv
Chronological Table of Statutory Instruments
xli
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Chris Willett is a Professor of Consumer Law at De Montfort University.

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