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About the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration (DVFA) is responsible for food safety and health from farm to fork.

The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration (DVFA) is part of The Ministry of Environment and Food.

Administration, development, coordination and the formation of rules and regulations take place in the head office of the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration at Stationsparken 31-33, 2600 Glostrup near Copenhagen.

The DVFA has four food inspection units and three veterinary inspection units. The inspection units cover different parts of the country.

Two of the food inspection units are located in Jutland, and two of them are located in Zealand and Funen.

The veterinary inspection units are located in Jutland and Zealand.

Furthermore, the DVFA has a Meat Inspection Unit, which is located in Aarhus in the eastern part of Jutland.

DVFA has approximately 1,535 employees.

For more information see: Facts about the DVFA 2015

Last Modified 15. March 2017