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4. Any person who fails to comply with any of the following is guilty of an offence—
(a)the following provisions of Regulation (EC) No 1760/2000 of the European Parliament and the Council—
(i)Article 11 (requirement to label);
(ii)Article 13(1) (general rules);
(iii)Article 13(2) (indications on the label);
(iv)Article 13(5) (additional information on the label);
(v)Article 14 (labelling of minced beef);
(vi)Article 15 (beef from third countries);
(vii)Article 16(4) (voluntary labelling);
(viii)Article 17(1) (voluntary labelling of beef from third countries);
(i)Article 1 (traceability);
(ii)Article 2 (labelling);
(iii)Article 4 (size and composition of a group);
(iv)Article 5(2) (minced beef);
(v)Article 6(3) (beef in small retail packages);
(vi)Article 7 (access to premises and records);
(c)the following provision of Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007—
(i)Article 113b (marketing of the meat of bovine animals aged 12 months or less);
(ii)paragraph II of Annex XIa (classification at the slaughterhouse);
(iii)paragraph III of Annex XIa (sales descriptions);
(iv)paragraph IV of Annex XIa (compulsory information on the label);
(v)paragraph V of Annex XIa (optional information on the label);
(vi)paragraph VI of Annex XIa (recording);
(vii)paragraph VIII of Annex XIa (meat from third countries);
(i)Article 4(1) (compulsory information on the label);
(ii)Article 4(2) (indication of age);
(iii)Article 5 (recording information).
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