消食表

English translation: Consumer Affairs Agency Food Labeling Division Notification

05:07 Nov 7, 2019
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Food & Drink / Food Labeling Standards
Japanese term or phrase: 消食表
Hi
I am translating a document related to Food Labeling Standards at present.

I came across the term "消食表".

I think it may be the Food Consumption Chart. but still, I am doubtful about it.

Can anyone clarify what it means?

Early response is appreciated.

Regards
Bhanu
Tenneti Bhavani
English translation:Consumer Affairs Agency Food Labeling Division Notification
Explanation:
For example,(10年10月20日消食表第377号) would be

(Consumer Affairs Agency Food Labeling Division Notification No. 377 of October 20, 2010)

or

(CAA Food Labeling Div. Notification No. 377 of October 20, 2010)

If the way it appears in your document doesn't look anything like that—if it doesn't look like (XX年XX月XX日消食表第XXX号)—then this answer is probably wrong.
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Consumer Affairs Agency Food Labeling Division Notification


Explanation:
For example,(10年10月20日消食表第377号) would be

(Consumer Affairs Agency Food Labeling Division Notification No. 377 of October 20, 2010)

or

(CAA Food Labeling Div. Notification No. 377 of October 20, 2010)

If the way it appears in your document doesn't look anything like that—if it doesn't look like (XX年XX月XX日消食表第XXX号)—then this answer is probably wrong.


    https://www.jetro.go.jp/ext_images/en/reports/regulations/pdf/foodext2010e.pdf
    https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0192623313495603
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