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Directorate E – Safety of the Food Chain 
E4 – Food Law, Nutrition and Labelling 
Brussels, 9 July 2007 
Steering Group on Impact Assessment for the forthcoming review 
of the EU nutrition labelling policy  
3nd Meeting 
19 June 2007 
 F101 2/SDR1 
 (SANCO, E4), 
 (SANCO, 02), 

 (SANCO) attended to updated the group on the progress on the impact 
assessment for the General Food Labelling proposal) 
 (Chair) welcomed everyone to the meeting.  Apologises had been received from 
representatives of RTD and TRADE. 
Draft impact assessment on nutrition labelling legislation 
The Chair thanked the Steering Group for their assistance with process of preparing the 
impact assessment. 
The most important comments on the draft Impact Assessment report on nutrition labelling 
were the following: 
x  To include in the report the options of deregulation and voluntary approaches; 
x  To elaborate and provide more information to support the comments on administrative 
burden. If it was not possible to provide more detailed data on this issue then it was 
suggested that this should be explained  including what action had been taken to collect 
x To review the problem definition with emphasis on why there is need for action now.

The services indicated that the document had been sent to their colleagues and additional 
comments would be provided by email. 
 joined the meeting and explained that the draft impact assessment on 
General Food Labelling revision would be circulated before the meeting that was scheduled 
for the 22 June. 
Next steps 
The Chair indicated that the date for submission to the Impact Assessment Board (IAB) was 
27 June.  The draft report would be revised and circulated to the Group before submission to 
the IAB. 
The Chair thanked the participants for their comments on the draft report.