Hygiene and sanitary regulations relating to the direct sale of foodstuffs in the face of current expectations (comparative profiles)

Author/s Anna Kapala
Publishing Year 2015 Issue 2013/1-2 Language Italian
Pages 20 P. 115-134 File size 110 KB
DOI 10.3280/AIM2013-001007
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The paper provides a comparative analysis of hygiene standards in the EU, Polish and Italian law. Its aim is to determine whether the Polish legislature used the competence left to him by EU regulations, to determine the national measures of hygiene that facilitates direct sales, while providing the safety of health public. In conclusion the Author formulates an assessment in relation to the level of restrictiveness of Polish requirements on the background of the Italian. It was found whether the Polish or EU legislator creates unjustified or excessive barriers for direct sales and, consequently, who bears the burden of meeting the challenge of determining the legal standards which take into account consumer expectations (in terms of acquisition directly from the producer of a wide variety of foods that meet the relevant standards of hygiene) and producers (in terms of the sale of a wide variety of foods with minimal formal and legal duty).

Keywords: Hygiene Sanitary Regulations, Direct Sale, Foodstuffs.

Anna Kapala, Profili igienico-sanitari della vendita diretta di prodotti alimentari di fronte alle attuali aspettative (profili comparati) in "AGRICOLTURA ISTITUZIONI MERCATI " 1-2/2013, pp 115-134, DOI: 10.3280/AIM2013-001007