UK: Welsh butchers warned of licensing deadline
Time is running out for butchers, grocers, supermarkets and other shops in Wales selling both raw meat and ready-to-eat foods to apply for a butcher's licence. The Food Standards Agency is warning that licence applications must be made to Local Authorities by 1 June to ensure compliance with the Food Safety (General Food Hygiene) (Butchers' Shops) (Amendment) (Wales) Regulations 2000
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