Name of law Law supplementing the law on food Named Bill a bill supplementing the law on food acceptance date 10/03/2010 number/year Official Gazette 23/2010 Decree No 68
On the grounds of art. 98, paragraph 4 of the Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria
To be published in the Official Gazette the addition of food law adopted by the National Assembly of the HLI 10 March 2010.
Issued in Sofia on March 19, 2010.
The President of the Republic: Georgi Parvanov
Stamped with the State seal.
Minister of Justice: Margarita Popova
the addition of food law (promulgated, SG. 90 of 1999; amend., SG. 102 by 2003, no. 70 by 2004, no. 87, 99 and 105 by 2005, issue 30, 31, 34, 51, 55, 80 and 96 06, issue 31, 51 and 53 of 2007 No. 36 and 69 by 2008 and no. 23 , 41, 74, 82 and 93 from 2009.)
§ 1. Art is created. 21 (b):
"Art. 21 (b). (1) the Minister of agriculture and food, issued an Ordinance, which govern specific requirements for the direct supply of small quantities of raw materials and foodstuffs of animal origin.
(2) the Ordinance referred to in para. 1 define the specific requirements for the direct supply of small quantities: 1. fresh meat of poultry and rabbits, slaughtered on the farm;
2. shoot wild game or wild game meat;
3. bee honey and bee products;
4. raw materials and foods made from raw materials of animal origin produced on the farm, with the exception of the products referred to in paragraph 5;
5. meat and meat products produced from domestic cloven-hoofed animals and ostriches raised on the farm, which are slaughtered in the sites registered under art. 12. "
§ 2. Art is created. 44A:
"Art. 44. (1) that produces and delivers small quantities of raw materials directly and foods of animal origin in violation of the requirements, the requirements of the Ordinance under art. 21 (b) is punishable by a fine of 200 to 2,000 BGN, and for repeated infringement – with a fine of 500 to 5000 EUR
(2) for the offence under subsection. 1 committed by a legal person or sole proprietor, a penalty payment in the amount of 500 to 5000 BGN, and for repeat offenders, from 700 to EUR 7000. "
The law was adopted by 41-Otto National Assembly on March 10, 2010 and is stamped with the official seal of the National Assembly.
President of the National Assembly Tsetska Tsacheva: