Retail of fish, crustaceans and molluscs in specialised stores
This also includes:
- retail sale of fish products and seafood
Commercial activity includes buying goods for further sale regardless of whether goods are sold in an unchanged or changed (working, processing and after treatment) condition. Retail sale means buying goods and further selling them to consumers.
To perform the commercial activities all minimum technical and spatial conditions must be met, information on merchandise must be compulsory managed and opening hours must be properly fixed. When conducting activities, the trader must provide regular verification of measuring instruments - instruments that are used for the billing of its services.
Retail of fish, crustaceans and molluscs in specialised stores refers to a retail sale of fishing products Retail refers to the management of products from living aquatic resources and/or their processing and storing at the location of sale or delivery to the final consumer. The supply is also included.
Retail may only be carried out by traders who manage data on merchandise, suitably determine opening hours, meet the minimum technical and spatial conditions.
In pursuing the activity, the trader must provide a regular verification of measurements – scales used to charge his services.
Prepacked and non-prepacked fishing products and fish farming products are intended for retail.
A prepacked foodstuff is an individual foodstuff intended to be traded to the final consumer and the facilities of public food that is prepacked before being placed on a market.
All foodstuffs must be adequately labelled for the final consumer. Labelling includes words, data, trade names, brands, photographic material and symbols referring to the foodstuff. Labels on a foodstuff must be written in the Slovenian language and placed on a visible spot, understandable, legible and not erased.
Conditions and evidence
- Status and registration Minimum technical conditions in a retail outlet Compulsory management of information on merchandise Establishment of working hours Inclusion of data for final consumer Regular certification of metering devices
- Marine Fisheries Act
- Regulation on the traceability of catches
- COUNCIL REGULATION (EC) No 1224 /2009 of 20 November 2009 establishing a Commu nity control system for ensu ring compliance with the ru les of the common fisheries policy, amending Regu lations (EC) No 847/96, (EC) No 2371/2002, (EC) No 8
- Rules on the general labelling of prepackaged foodstuffs
- Trade Act
- Metrology Act
- Rules on minimum tehnical requirements for performing the trade activity