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  1. Alcoholic beverages, spirits and food - In-depth Guide

    Beverages with an alcoholic strength of 1.2% volume or less must be labelled in the same way as other foods; therefore, the product will need to bear an ...

  2. Food and drink - Quick Guide

    In the guide · the quality must meet the expectations of the consumer · it must be as described and not presented in a way that misleads the consumer · nothing ...

  3. Colours and other additives in food - In-depth Guide

    Foods to which the Regulations apply · E 160d - Lycopene: 50 mg/kg and not permitted in tomato-based sauces · E 104 - Quinoline Yellow: 20 mg/kg and not ...

  4. High fat, sugar or salt ('less healthy') foods - In-depth Guide

    Category 1. Prepared soft drinks containing added sugar ingredients (other than exempt soft drinks - for example, alcohol-substitute drinks, or soft drinks that ...

  5. Food allergens and intolerance - In-depth Guide

    Allergen-free requests. You must provide accurate allergen information, but you have no legal obligation to provide allergen-free food. If a customer requests ...

  6. Food imitations - In-depth Guide

    Food Imitations (Safety) Regulations 1989. These Regulations prohibit the marketing, import and manufacture of products that look like foodstuffs but are not, ...

  7. Labelling of prepacked foods: ingredients list - In-depth Guide

    Additives must be included in the ingredients list like any other ingredient. If an additive makes up 2% or more of the finished product, it must be declared in ...

  8. Manufacturing your own pet foods - In-depth Guide

    APHA approval for products incorporating products of animal origin. If the manufacture of pet food, even in your own home, includes ingredients from products of ...

  9. Labelling of prepacked foods: QUID - In-depth Guide

    Quantitative ingredient declaration. Certain ingredients will need a quantitative ingredient declaration (QUID). QUID is an indication of how much of the ...

  10. Labelling of prepacked foods: general - In-depth Guide

    If the product is marketed under the name of a food business other than the manufacturer, then the name and address of that business must appear on the product.

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