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|Specified provision||Subject matter|
|Article 4, as read with Annex I and with the Annex to Regulation242/2010||General safety and other requirements to be met when feed is placed on the market or used|
|Article 5(1)||Extension of requirements in relation to feed for food-producing animals in other legislation to apply to feed for non food-producing animals|
|Article 5(2)||Obligation on person responsible for labelling to make information available to competent authority|
|Article 6(1), as read with Annex III||Prohibition or restriction on the marketing or use of certain materials for animal nutritional purposes|
|Article 8||Controls on the levels of additives in feeds|
|Article 9||Controls on the marketing of feeds for particular nutritional purposes|
|Article 11, as read with Annexes II & IV and with the Annex to Regulation 242/2010||Rules and principles governing the labelling and presentation of feed|
|Article 12||Designation of the person responsible for labelling and the obligations and responsibilities of that person|
|Article 13(1)||General conditions on making a claim about the characteristics or functions of a feed on the labelling or presentation of it|
|Article 13(2)&(3)||Special conditions applying to claims concerning optimisation of the nutrition and support or protection of the physiological conditions|
|Article 14(1)&(2)||Requirements for the presentation of the mandatory labelling particulars|
|Article 15, as read with Annex VI and VII and Article 21||General mandatory labelling requirements for feed materials and compound feeds|
|Article 16, as read with Annex II and V and Article 21 and with the Annex to Regulation 242/2010||Specific labelling requirements for feed materials|
|Article 17(1)&(2) as read with Annex II, VI & VII and Article 21||Specific labelling requirements for compound feeds|
|Article 18||Additional labelling requirements for feed for particular nutritional purposes (dietetic feeds)|
|Article 19||Additional labelling requirements for pet food|
|Article 20(1) as read with Annex VIII||Additional requirements for labelling of non-compliant feed, such as that containing contaminated materials|
|Article 23||Requirements relating to the packaging and sealing of feed materials and compound feeds for placing on the market|
|Article 24(5)||Requirement that if the name of a feed material listed in the Community Catalogue of feed materials is used, all relevant provisions of the Catalogue must be complied with.|
|Article 24(6)||Obligation on a person who first places on the market a feed material not listed in the Community Catalogue to notify its use|
|Article 25(4)||Requirement that if use of the Community Codes of good labelling practice is indicated on labelling, all relevant provisions of the codes must be complied with|
1. The Feeding Stuffs (England) Regulations 2005(1).
2. The Feeding Stuffs and the Feeding Stuffs (Sampling and Analysis) (Amendment) (England ) Regulations 2006(2).
3. The Feeding Stuffs (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2006(3)
4. Regulation 2 of and the Schedules to the Feed (Specified Undesirable Substances) (England) Regulations 2006(4).
5. The Feed (Specified Undesirable Substances) (England) Regulations 2007(5).
6. The Feeding Stuffs (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2008(6).
7. The Feeding Stuffs (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2009(7).
8. The Feed (Specified Undesirable Substances) (England) Regulations 2009(8).
9. Regulations 11, 14, 15 and 25 of, and Schedule 2 to, the Feed (Sampling and Analysis and Specified Undesirable Substances) (England) Regulations 2010(9).
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