Scotland to hold MHS charging debate
Scottish industry members and interested parties will get their chance to have a say on MHS charging during an FSA Scotland debate in Edinburgh.
The event, which will follow on from the Meat Trades Journal debate in Warwick on 13 February, is being held at the Edinburgh Hilton Hotel on 6 March.
FSA Chief Executive Tim Smith will be putting forward the FSA case and other key people from MHS and FSA Scotland will be on hand to take part in the debate.
The event will commence at 12.30pm with a sandwich buffet. The meeting will start at 1pm and finish around 3.30pm.
The debate is taking place as part of the FSA Scotland consultation on MHS charging, so all views expressed will help feed into that process. Numbers are limited, so interested parties are urged to register their interest early.
To attend the debate, please contact Graham Ewen on 01224 285105 or e-mail Graham.Ewen@foodstandards.gsi.gov.uk.
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