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The Fresh Meat Export (Hygiene and Inspection) (Scotland) Regulations 1987

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2.  The health mark shall consist of an oval mark 6.5 cm wide by 4.5 cm high containing in legible form in letters 0.8 cm high and figures 1 cm high the following information –

(a)on the upper part, the letters “UK” or the letters “UNITED KINGDOM”;

(b)in the centre, the approval number of the export slaughterhouse or export cutting premises;

(c)on the lower part, the letters “EEC”;

(d)in addition, for fresh meat from boars and cryptorchid or hermaphrodite swine, the oval mark shall be covered along the main diameter by 2 parallel straight lines being as evident as the external edge of the mark with a distance apart of at least 1.0cm.

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