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The Collagen and Gelatine (Intra-Community Trade) (Scotland) (No. 2) Regulations 2003

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Authorisation of collection centres and tanneries

4.—(1) A food authority shall, on application under this regulation, authorise a collection centre or tannery for the purpose of supplying raw materials for the production of collagen intended for human consumption if the food authority is satisfied that–

(a)the collection centre or tannery has storage rooms with hard floors and smooth walls which are easy to clean and disinfect;

(b)where appropriate, the collection centre or tannery is provided with refrigeration facilities;

(c)the storage rooms of the collection centre or tannery are kept in a satisfactory state of cleanliness and repair, so that they do not constitute a source of contamination for the raw materials;

(d)where any raw material which does not comply with a requirement imposed by virtue of the Products of Animal Origin (Import and Export) Regulations 1996 is or will be stored or processed in the premises of the collection centre or tannery, it is or, as appropriate, will be, segregated throughout the period of receipt, storage, processing and dispatch from raw material which does so comply; and

(e)the food authority has all the information it requires to notify the Agency of the authorisation in accordance with regulation 9(2)(a).

(2) When granting an authorisation under this regulation, the food authority shall allocate a distinctive number to the collection centre or tannery concerned.

(3) The proprietor of the business carried on at any establishment authorised under this regulation shall give notice to the food authority of–

(a)any change, or intended change, of the proprietorship of such business; or

(b)any material change, or intended material change, in the operation of such business.

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