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Record number 480900
Title La Base Del Derecho Alimentario Europeo: Una Reflexión Crítica Sobre El Concepto De Alimento No Seguro (The Foundation of European Food Law: A Critical Reflection on the Concept of Unsafe Food)
Author(s) Meulen, B.M.J. van der
Department(s) Law Group
Publication type Working paper aimed at scientific audience
Publication year 2014
Abstract This paper is a Spanish language continuation of: B.M.J. van der Meulen, The Core of Food Law, European Food and Feed Law Review 3/2012, pp. 117-125. It has been made at the request of AIBADA, Asociación Iberoamericana para el Derecho Alimentario. The most fundamental notion underlying twelve years of reform of EU food safety law has been codified in Article 14 (1) of Regulation (EC) 178/2002: food shall not be placed on the market if it is unsafe. This notion has been elaborated in most of the rest of EU food law, first and foremost in the other paragraphs of Article 14. This paper analyses Article 14 and argues in favour of a text-conform interpretation. La noción más importante, tras diez años de la reforma de la legislación relativa a la seguridad alimentaria de la Unión Europea, se codifica en el Artículo 14(1) del Reglamento (CE) 178/2002: No se comercializarán los alimentos que no sean seguros. En la mayoría de las disposiciones de la legislación alimentaria de la UE se desarrolla esta noción, principalmente en los párrafos que siguen al artículo 14. Esta contribución analiza el Artículo 14 y razona su interpretación de acuerdo con el texto.
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