Eversheds: would failure to inform consumers of halal meat constitute offence?
According to recent media reports, retailers have been selling meat that satisfies halal requirements but is not clearly described as ‘halal’. According to Eversheds, this prompts the question: would failure by food businesses to inform consumers that they are eating halal meat constitute an offence under UK law?
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