Sep 27, 2021

Defra, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, wants to know what you think about possible reforms to food labelling for animal welfare. The aim is to give Defra an understanding of how this might impact business, farmers, and consumers.

Defra wants to hear your views on which welfare standards could form the basis of a possible food label for animal welfare, and what the label might look like. They are also looking for information on the potential scope, regulation, and enforcement of such a labelling scheme.

This consultation closes at 9:30 am on 6 December 2021.

For further information or take part in this consultation, please visit the URL shown below: @welfare-market-interventions-and-labelling/labelling-for-animal-welfare/


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