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15.—(1) The Feed (Hygiene and Enforcement) (England) Regulations 2005(1) are amended in accordance with paragraphs (2) to (6).
(2) In paragraph (1) of regulation 2 (interpretation) —
(a)after the definition of “agricultural analyst” insert the following definition —
““the Animal Feed Regulations” means the Animal Feed (England) Regulations 2010;”; and
(b)after the definition of “Regulation 183/2005” insert the following definition —
““Regulation 767/2009” means Regulation (EC) No. 767/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the placing on the market and use of feed, amending European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003 and repealing Council Directive 79/373/EEC , Commission Directive 80/511/EEC , Council Directives 82/471/EEC , 83/228/EEC , 93/74/EEC , 93/113/EC and 96/25/EC and Commission Decision 2004/217/EC ;”.
(3) In paragraph (2)(b) of regulation 15 (offences, penalties and enforcement) omit the expression “food-producing”.
(4) For paragraph (13) of regulation 24 (powers of entry for authorised officers) substitute the following paragraph —
“(13) In this regulation —
(a)“compound feeding stuff” bears the same meaning as “compound feed” as defined in Article 3(1)(h) of Regulation 767/2009; and
(b)“feeding stuff which is intended for a particular nutritional purpose” bears the same meaning as “feed intended for particular nutritional purposes” as defined in Article 3(1)(o) of that Regulation.”.
(5) In each of regulations 35(1) and (2), 36(1) and (3) and 37(1) and (2) after the words “these Regulations” insert “or the Animal Feed Regulations”.
(6) In Schedule 1 (specified feed law) —
(a)for the expression “The Feeding Stuffs (England) 2005” substitute “The Animal Feed (England) Regulations 2010”; and
(b)add at the end “Regulation (EC) No 767/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the placing on the market and use of feed”.
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