Enforcement of Regulations in Takeaway producing their own Ingredients controller
Dear European Food Safety Authority,
Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:
1. Can you provide me with the name/contact of the enforcement Regulator/Bodies for Takeaway’s producing their own food with home Ingredients?
2. Can you provide me with document(s) Who and how are Audits carried out in Limerick City and Country Ireland in relationship to Fast Food and Takeaway outlets when using home Ingredients.
3. Can the I get the List of Regulator and or Bodies responsible for the Monitoring/registering and identification of the such outlets and the Ingredients that are home produced and sold to the consumer for limerick City, Ireland.
4. Can you provide the Contact details for the Correct FSA authority for Limerick City, Ireland
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Madeline O'Brien MSc
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