Procedure food surplus

End that are left over, surplus, and can still be used for consumption can be given to the following destinations:

Rules trade mark products

The for mark products must also be taken into account for this residual flow. All trade marks must be removed from the , unless there is approval from the of the brand. Residual flow must also be included in the HACCP study and the associated . The residual flow must be stored separately from the and must be treated in accordance with the relevant legislation.

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