Regulation 2019/1793 on increased import controls of certain food and feed of non-animal origin (Review 3)

Closed 25 Apr 2024

Opened 14 Mar 2024


Food Standards Scotland (FSS) is conducting a review of the food and feed commodities contained within the Annexes to Commission Implementing (EU) Regulation 2019/1793 as amended by The Official Controls (Import of High Risk Food and Feed of Non-Animal Origin) Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2024. Regulation 2019/1793 sets temporary increases of official controls and emergency measures governing the entry into Great Britain of food and feed from certain countries. We would welcome your views on our proposed amendments.  

Why your views matter

We are seeking comments from food and feed businesses, local authorities, and other stakeholders with an interest in food and feed safety on the proposed amendments. Feedback will be considered in further development of the proposals.

Further details can be found in Annex A - Consultation letter, Annex B - Table of detailed proposals and Annex C - Interested Party List at the bottom of this page.


  • Anyone from any background


  • Microbiological safety of food
  • chemical safety of food
  • radiological safety of food
  • food authenticity
  • adulteration of food
  • food surveillance
  • environmental monitoring
  • foodborne illness
  • laboratory assurance
  • food analysis
  • technical implementation
  • information storage
  • support
  • information flow
  • scientific advice
  • nutrition
  • food safety
  • allergens
  • biotechnology
  • genetic modification
  • food-bourne disease
  • food-bourne pathogens
  • data sharing
  • regulation
  • feed
  • food
  • enforcement
  • GIS
  • database
  • food law
  • feed law
  • primary production
  • emergency planning
  • food fraud
  • diet
  • health
  • Scottish diet
  • folic acid fortification
  • vitamin D
  • healthy eating
  • Local Authority Enforcement Monitoring System
  • audit
  • approved meat establishments
  • food safety
  • food authenticity
  • adulteration of food
  • food surveillance
  • foodborne illness
  • food analysis
  • food fraud
  • criminal intelligence
  • Education
  • COVID-19