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The Food Safety (Exports) Regulations 1991

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S.I. No.TitleProvisions Revoked
1959/831(1)The Arsenic in Food Regulations 1959
1960/2331(1)The Skimmed Milk with Non-Milk Fat Regulations 1960Regulation 2(2)(b)
1964/760(1)The Soft Drinks Regulations 1964Regulation 4(1)(a)
1966/1073(1)The Mineral Hydrocarbons in Food Regulations 1966Regulation 3(1)(h)
1966/1074(1)The Butter Regulations 1966Regulation 3(a)
1967/1582(1)The Solvents in Food Regulations 1967Regulation 3
1967/1866(1)The Ice-Cream Regulations 1967Regulation 3(a)
1967/1867(1)The Margarine Regulations 1967Regulation 3(a)
1970/94(1)The Cheese Regulations 1970Regulation 3(a)
1970/752(1)The Cream Regulations 1970Regulation 3(a)
1973/1340(1)The Colouring Matter in Food Regulations 1973Regulation 3(a)
1976/509(1)The Specified Sugar Products Regulations 1976Regulation 3(a)
1976/541(1)The Cocoa and Chocolate Products Regulations 1976Regulation 3(a)
1976/1832(1)The Honey Regulations 1976Regulation 3(a)
1976/1883(1)The Drinking Milk Regulations 1976Regulation 3
1977/691(1)The Erucic Acid in Food Regulations 1977Regulation 3(a)
1977/927(1)The Fruit Juices and Fruit Nectars Regulations 1977Regulation 3(1)(a)
1977/928(1)The Condensed Milk and Dried Milk Regulations 1977Regulation 3(1)(b)
1978/105(1)The Antioxidants in Food Regulations 1978Regulation 3
1978/142(1)The Coffee and Coffee Products Regulations 1978Regulation 3(a)
1979/1254(1)The Lead in Food Regulations 1979Regulation 3(b)
1980/36(1)The Chloroform in Food Regulations 1980Regulation 3(1)(a)
1980/1834(1)The Miscellaneous Additives in Food Regulations 1980Regulation 3
1981/1063(1)The Jam and Similar Products Regulations 1981Regulation 3(1)(b) except for the word “or” at the end
1983/1212(1)The Sweeteners in Food Regulations 1983The word “or” at the end of regulation 3(a), and regulation 3(b)
1983/1508(1)The Milk-based Drinks (Hygiene and Heat) Treatment) Regulations 1983Regulation 4
1983/1509(1) The Milk and Dairies (Heat Treatment of Cream) Regulations 1983Regulation 3
1984/1304(1)The Bread and Flour Regulations 1984Regulation 3(b)
1984/1305(1)The Food Labelling Regulations 1984Regulation 3(2)(b) except for the word “or” at the end
1984/1566(1)The Meat Products and Spreadable Fish Products Regulations 1984Regulation 3(2)(b)
1985/2026(1)The Caseins and Caseinates Regulations 1985Regulation 3(c)
1988/2206(1)The Milk and Dairies (Semi-skimmed and Skimmed Milk) (Heat Treatment and Labelling) Regulations 1988In paragraph 1 of Schedule 4, the words from “unless” to “the United Kingdom” inclusive
1989/533(1)The Preservatives in Food Regulations 1989Regulation 3
1989/876(1)The Emulsifiers and Stabilisers in Food Regulations 1989Regulation 3
1989/2383(2)The Milk (Special Designation) Regulations 1989In Schedule 2, paragraph C4(b) the words from “unless” to “the United Kingdom” inclusive; In Part I of Schedule 4, paragraph A6(3) the words from “unless” to “the United Kingdom” inclusive; In Part II of Schedule 4, paragraph A5 the words from “unless” to “the United Kingdom” inclusive; In Part III of Schedule 4, paragraph A5(3) the words from “unless” to “the United Kingdom” inclusive.


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S.I. No.TitleProvisions Revoked
1985/71(1)The Natural Mineral Waters Regulations 1985Regulation 3(1)(a); in regulation 3(2) the words “or for export to any other place within the European Economic Community”

To which there are amendments not relevant to these Regulations.


Amended by S.I. 1990/2487, 2492.

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