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Decreto No. 4747

The risks addressed include health risks sensu stricto risks to the integrity of humans, animals and plants from pests, diseases, microbial and chemical contaminants and other hazards but also the preservation of inherent qualities required to ensure a safe start of plant production and regulated production methods i.

In particular, the EU has established rules governing all the activities, from primary production to retail and catering, which may affect: In decreto 4747 de 2008, rules have also been established to ensure the provision of information to consumers and to guarantee fair commercial practices in agri-food chain products' trade.


This wide ranging set of rules is referred to in this Impact Assessment IA as "agri-food chain rules". To ensure agri-food chain rules are enforced by Decreto 4747 de 2008 States MS across the EU in a harmonised manner, a legislative framework for the organisation of official controls has been established.


This IA considers the possible impacts of reviewing such a framework. Figure 1 — application of EU rules across the agri-food chain 1. Procedural issues and consultation of interested parties 1.

The report showed that the new rules have introduced important changes to the way competent authorities "CA" organise and carry out official controls, establishing a more integrated approach decreto 4747 de 2008 ensures confidence in the agri-food chain across the EU.

This would also address issues of administrative burden reduction and fostering competitiveness.

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The report also indicated that in order to rationalise and simplify the overall legislative framework, whilst simultaneously pursuing the objective of better regulation, consideration should be given to the possibility of integrating the rules currently decreto 4747 de 2008 to official controls in specific areas e.

Additional research[5] carried out to evaluate the application of the Regulation outlined the existence of problems regarding the application of the rules Articles 26 to 29 governing the financing of official controls. The report concluded that the overall objective of ensuring Member States allocate adequate financial resources to official controls is not being met throughout the EU.

Decreto 4747 de 2008 recommended reviewing Articles 26 to 29 of the Regulation.

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In Decemberthe Commission adopted a report on the effectiveness and consistency of sanitary and phytosanitary controls on imports of food, feed, animals and plants[6]. Whilst concluding that the comprehensive body of decreto 4747 de 2008 currently in place allows the EU to deal with emerging risks or emergency situations without causing distortions to trade, the report also found that import controls could be made more coherent by reviewing and consolidating existing acts[7].

It concluded that this improvement would bring benefits for MS and operators handling goods from third countries importers. The review of the Regulation was decreto 4747 de 2008 a good opportunity to take account of the findings of the report and consolidate controls where possible. The review of the Regulation is part of a package which also includes three other major reviews to modernise the animal health, plant health and plant reproductive material hereafter 'PRM' acquis[9].

Its aim is therefore to modernise and integrate the system of official controls in a manner that also consistently accompanies the upgrade of EU policies in these sectors. The package is scheduled for adoption in All the information, data and evidence collected as part of the reviews above, including evaluations of the existing regimes, has been used throughout this IA to define problems, assess impacts and appraise options.

The Food and Veterinary Office ''FVO'' is a Commission's service which contributes to the fulfilment of this task, by in particular carrying out audits in the MS to decreto 4747 de 2008 the implementation of agri-food chain legislation and the functioning of national control systems, and to collect information on implementation practices.

The findings of each audit are set out in an audit report[10]. Information on the realities and difficulties of day-to-day implementation of agri-food chain legislation comes from such audit reports, in particular the ones assessing the functioning of national control systems along the agri-food chain.