9 April 2018
Information for food business operators about practical changes that will be made to nutrition legislation if the UK leaves the EU without a deal
In the event of a no deal exit, the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 will retain EU Regulations and tertiary legislation relating to nutrition from exit day, as UK law and that retained EU legislation will be subsequently amended by the Nutrition (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.
The government have published guidance that sets out the practical effect of the changes to the legislation for industry.
The guidance covers:
- nutrition and health claims
- vitamins, minerals and other substances
- foods for specific groups
- food supplements
Visit Prepare for EU Exit to find more guidance on policy changes relevant to your sector and sign up for updates.
- Brexit: How the food and drink sector can prepare
- Brexit: Fresh fruit and vegetable marketing standards if the UK leaves the EU without a deal
- Brexit: Food labelling changes when the UK leaves the EU
- Brexit: Trading and labelling organic food if there’s no deal
- Brexit: Importing plants and plant products
- Brexit: Exporting plants and plant products to the EU
- Brexit: Data protection
- Brexit: Import goods from the EU? Register for simplified import procedures
- Brexit: Get a UK EORI number to trade within the EU