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EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee
Oral evidence concluded. Ministerial correspondence on-going.
When issues that might pose a threat to food safety are identified, the decision about what action (if any) to take is currently normally made at an EU level. The EU Energy and Environment Committee is examining how such decisions will be made when the UK leaves the EU.
Evidence given by Sue Davies, Strategic Policy Partner, Which?; Mrs Heather Hancock, DL LVO, Chair, Food Standards Agency; Professor Erik Millstone, Emeritus Professor, University of Sussex; Helen Munday, Chief Scientific Officer, Food and Drink Federation; Tim Smith, Independent Adviser.
The EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee has written to the Public Health Minister