It basically required the Feed Business Operators (FBO) to be subjected to an approval, rather than to registration under the Feed Hygiene Regulation, and to compulsory monitor and report requirements for such products. The emergency context might certainly explain these measures, which were required by the legislator to be reviewed after two years. Based on the experience gained with the application of this Regulation in the last two to three years, FEFANA recognises that this piece of legislation unbalances the Feed Hygiene Regulation, which has served for the development of good practice approaches and HACCP implementation within the approved establishments. Finally, it has had disproportionate impact on the feed additive sector that was not targeted by these measures. FEFANA considers that the Feed Hygiene Regulation creates an over-arching, feed safety system approach, and that the creation of sector-specific rules within its Annex II creates confusion and challenges the fundamental principle of co-responsibility that underpins this Regulation.