Campylobacter is currently the food bacterium that infects most people in Denmark and in many other countries.
Products fortified with vitamins, minerals or other substances may be marketed in Denmark when they have been subject to a procedure of prior approval
If your company sells food supplements and/or medicines or if you import them from abroad, the products and your company must be registered with or authorised by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration and the Danish Medicines Agency.
Food contact materials and article must comply with the legislation in the area, and the industry and trade are responsible for their products and for having appropriate documentation and in-house documentation
Effective control of the organic production has given Danish organic products a high degree of credibility. This is an important condition for the marketing of the organic products
Next to campylobacter, salmonella is the food bacterium that infects most people in Denmark
The Danish legislation has been applied since January 2004 setting a maximum level on the content of industrially produced trans fatty acids in processed foods. Read more about danish legislation on transfatty acid here
Denmark has obtained the approval of the Commissions and the other Member States of Denmark’s status as a region with negligible risk of trichinella in farmed pigs