***MEAT – Regulations Regarding the Classification and Marking of Meat Intended for Sale in South Africa

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DEPARTMENT: Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

ASSOCIATED ACT: Agricultural Product Standards Act, 1990 (Act No. 119 Of 1990)

REGULATION NAME: Regulations Regarding the Classification and Marking of Meat Intended for Sale in the Republic of South Africa

NO AND DATE: R55 of 30 January 2015 | R1492 of 22 November 2019 | R3450 of 26 May 2023

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The South African Regulations outline the standards and requirements for the classification and labelling of meat products intended for sale within South Africa. These regulations establish criteria for categorizing meat based on factors such as quality, grade, and origin. Additionally, they specify the mandatory information that must be included on meat packaging and labelling to provide consumers with accurate and transparent information about the product, including details such as the type of meat, its grade, and relevant processing information.

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