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The Bread and Flour Regulations 1998

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Restrictions on the use of the words ‘wholemeal’ and ‘wheat germ’

6.—(1) There shall not be used in the labelling or advertising of bread, as part of the name of the bread, whether or not qualified by other words—

(a)the word ‘wholemeal’ unless all the flour used as an ingredient in the preparation of the bread is wholemeal;

(b)the word ‘wheat germ’ unless the bread has an added processed wheat germ content of not less than 10 per cent calculated on the dry matter of the bread.

(2) No person shall sell or advertise for sale any bread in contravention of this regulation.

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