Supervisory authorities

Czech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority (CAFIA) is a state administration body subordinate to the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic. It is a state authority responsible for supervision of safety, quality and labelling of foodstuffs.
Read more: https://www.szpi.gov.cz/en/default.aspx.

State Veterinary Administration (SVA) is a public administration body under the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic and it was established according to the Veterinary Act No 166/1999.
Its purpose is primarily the protection of consumers from products of animal origin likely to be harmful to human health, monitoring of animal health situation and maintaining it favourable, veterinary protection of the state territory of the Czech Republic, animal welfare and animal protection.
Read more: https://en.svscr.cz/.

Central Institute for Supervising and Testing in Agriculture (CISTA) is specialised body of the public administration established by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic. It is an organisational unit of the state system and administrative authority.
Read more: http://eagri.cz/public/web/en/ukzuz/portal/.

The Institute for State Control of Veterinary Biologicals and Medicines has been founded by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic. It carries out responsibilities in the areas of regulation of veterinary medicines, veterinary non-medicinal products (bordeline products) and veterinary technical devices.                                     Read more: http://www.uskvbl.cz/en.