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F20-005 NEW Interim Management for FAR 07 Feb 2020

As you may be aware Inge Verwoerd will be leaving AIC next week after a period of over four years at AIC.

F20-004 No evidence of risk with Coronavirus 2019-nCoV in feed 06 Feb 2020

The rapid expansion of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) and the declaration by WHO that this was a Public Health Emergency of International Concern has triggered questions within the feed chain over the potential risk with goods imported from China, including feed additives.

F20-003 Important information from Defra on TRACES and Smarter Rules for Safer Food (SRSF) 24 Jan 2020

AIC has received notification today from Defra of the implementation of SRSF regulations. In addition, Defra have announced a series of workshops and webinars next week for businesses, information on these is given towards the end of this message:

F20-002 APHA International disease monitoring - Report for November 2019 13 Jan 2020

F20-001 Environmental consultancy 3Keel launches retail soy group soy reporting exercise 07 Jan 2020

In a repeat of last year's exercise, 3Keel has been appointed to lead the data collection and analytical process of soymeal reporting in livestock on behalf of eleven European retailers.

F19-070 Summary results from AIC-AHDB Contaminants Monitoring Project 20 Dec 2019

Attached are the results for fresh samples from the 2019 harvest.

F19-069 New UFAS Documents, implications of scope changes 13 Dec 2019

AIC has published two new documents today to aid participants navigating the UFAS 2020 Standard. The documents can be found on the UFAS pages of the AIC website, and provide explanations and background for the key changes as well as a document which maps UFAS 2016 clauses to their UFAS 2020 equivalents.

F19-068 APHA - International Disease Monitoring - Report 4th December 2019 10 Dec 2019

F19-066 Feedmills have 4 years to comply with New Best Available Techniques 05 Dec 2019

  | The BAT conclusions for the Food, Drink and Milk Industries (including a new chapter on animal feed compounding, page 76-78) were published on 4 th December 2019, in the EU Official Journal.

F19-067 Feedmills have 4 years to comply with New Best Available Techniques 05 Dec 2019

This member briefing has been reissued with the following correction. The standard charge for Permit Reviews by the EA will be £6992.00 (equivalent to a Normal Permit Variation charge).