James Leighton

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If the quality of the product is not that which a consumer would expect (considering all the circumstances), then a seller of a product beyond its 'best before' date may be guilty of an offence under the Food Safety Act 1990, and further, if the product falls short of being fit for human consumption, then the seller may have committed an offence under The General Food Regulations 2004. In contrast to being able to sell food beyond its best before date, it is an offence to sell food which has passed its 'use by' date. Foods which carry a 'use by' are usually perishable goods such as milk.feedback
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Jul 01 2017 London
James Leighton has most recently been quoted in an article called Would you shop in a store that sells items that are damaged, past the best before dates or rejected by supermarkets?. James Leighton said, “If the quality of the product is not that which a consumer would expect (considering all the circumstances), then a seller of a product beyond its 'best before' date may be guilty of an offence under the Food Safety Act 1990, and further, if the product falls short of being fit for human consumption, then the seller may have committed an offence under The General Food Regulations 2004. In contrast to being able to sell food beyond its best before date, it is an offence to sell food which has passed its 'use by' date. Foods which carry a 'use by' are usually perishable goods such as milk.”.
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