UAE working on food labelling laws
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, November 21 - 2011 at 11:39
Five UAE government authorities are working on a federal public health law aimed at protecting residents from food allergies, The National has reported. The law, which is being drafted by the health ministry, the environment and water ministry, Health Authority-Abu Dhabi (HAAD), Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) and Dubai Health Authority (DHA), "will be approved by the end of the year, after which more details will be added to clearly define roles of various bodies and action will be taken to further reduce food allergy cases," according to Dr Aizeldin El Gak, the acting director of public health at DHA.
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