This survey will inform the assessment of the impacts of options that are being considered as part of proposals to reform EU legislation on the authorization, labeling and use of feed additives.
October 28, 2021
The European Commission launched a stakeholder survey on the impact of the reform of the feed additives regulation. This survey will inform the assessment of the impact of options that are being considered as part of proposals to reform EU legislation on the authorization, labeling and use of feed additives (Regulation 1831/2003). The purpose of the survey is to collect the views of stakeholders about particular options and their potential effects and feasibility. The survey is being managed by a research team led by ICF, a public policy consultancy.
More information here. The survey will close on November 15, 2021.
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