The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) is consulting on its proposals to amend the Feed Law Code of Practice and Practice Guidance. The Code and Guidance have to be taken into account by local authorities when enforcing feed law requirements in England (there are separate documents for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland).

The FSA is developing an innovative “whole system strategy” to feed law control and enforcement. The proposed amendments to the Code and Guidance aim to improve consistency of enforcement and reduce the regulatory burden for feed businesses, while maintaining a high level of public and animal protection.

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Partner, London

Jane focuses on regulatory compliance and commercial agreements in the life sciences and food sectors. Jane advises on legal and regulatory requirements that apply during the product lifecycle, including clinical trial requirements, early access schemes, marketing authorisations, manufacturing and distribution licences…

Partner, London

Jane focuses on regulatory compliance and commercial agreements in the life sciences and food sectors. Jane advises on legal and regulatory requirements that apply during the product lifecycle, including clinical trial requirements, early access schemes, marketing authorisations, manufacturing and distribution licences, CE marking, product labelling, product composition, advertising and marketing activities, and pricing and reimbursement. Jane also advises on a wide range of commercial contractual arrangements, including consultancy, sponsorship, co-promotion, collaboration, manufacturing, distribution, services, quality and pharmacovigilance agreements, as well as helping clients to resolve issues with UK enforcement authorities and regulatory bodies, such as the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA), Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Trading Standards.
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Josefine Crona is a member of the Hogan Lovells Commercial team and advises on a wide variety of commercial and regulatory matters, ranging from multi-jurisdictional product launches to day to day contracting arrangements to strategic retail development projects.

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Associate, London

Josefine Crona is a member of the Hogan Lovells Commercial team and advises on a wide variety of commercial and regulatory matters, ranging from multi-jurisdictional product launches to day to day contracting arrangements to strategic retail development projects.

Josefine works with clients to help them navigate the legal and regulatory requirements that apply at all stages of the product life cycle, including rules relating to product composition and labelling, health claims, and advertising and marketing activities. Josefine also has experience in helping companies resolve enforcement issues and work with UK authorities such as Trading Standards.

Josefine regularly advises on a range of commercial contracting arrangements, including sponsorship, consultancy, manufacturing, supply, warehousing and services agreements.

Josefine has a particular focus on the consumer, retail and food sectors and has completed virtual secondments with two global food and beverage manufacturers.