If you have sold or produced human food in the Netherlands and discover that it was unsafe, you must report this immediately (Dutch) to the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (Nederlandse Voedsel en Waren Autoriteit, NVWA). You must also inform NVWAwho you supplied the product to and who supplied you with the unsafe raw material. In addition, you must inform the supplier of that unsafe raw material.
If you have sold or produced unsafe animal feed of animal by-products in the Netherlands, you must report this to NVWA (Dutch) as well. If you supply farms with animal feed for stable animals or cattle, you must register your business with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) and report (Dutch) all relevant data with regard to the products you have supplied. You must do this before 1 February of each year. This obligation is laid down in the General Food Law (Algemene Levensmiddelen Verordening). This regulation also contains the duty to report.