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These Regulations make transitional and consequential provisions and savings in preparation for, in connection with or in consequence of the coming into force of provisions of the Food Standards Act 1999 and the operation of enactments repealed or amended by provisions of that Act. The Regulations extend to Scotland and come into force on 1st April 2000. They amend legislation relating to food safety, consumer protection and animal feeding stuffs to give effect to functions of the Food Standards Agency and to make saving and transitional provision relating to the transfer of functions to the Agency.
Regulation 2 provides definitions. Regulations 3 to 8 and Schedules 1 to 6 make consequential modifications to Regulations having effect under the Food Safety Act 1990. Regulation 9 and Schedule 7 make consequential modifications to Emergency Control Orders having effect under that Act. Regulation 10 and Schedule 8 make consequential provisions to other enactments. Regulation 11 and Schedule 9 make consequential provisions to Regulations in relation to the monitoring by the Agency of enforcement action. Regulation 12 makes consequential provisions to instruments, as defined in regulation 2(1), and court orders and decrees. Regulation 13 makes transitional provisions and savings.
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