It may depend on the specific details.
I can’t answer for UK (I assume this is the present case) but IMEX there are often legal issues relating to this topic.
The usual (expected) logic IMEX is that the producer must assume a worst case scenario, ie that customers are highly un-savvy.
One example from my casebook -
Shipment of frozen retail seafood mix such as clam, shrimp, octopus. Pre-blanched as part of a typical, well-known (to industry), process but not intended (or designated) to be “fully” cooked.
Stated on packet as ideal for seafood pizza topping.
Result - assumed by customers to be a ready-to-eat “snack” afer thawing. With predictable consequences.
Net result shipment rejected and dumped. Official reason – no labelling that it was a raw product and must be cooked before consumption.
Fair enough IMO.
Rgds / Charles
PS - “ming” defeated me and Google. I guessed you meant it would be sensorily “undelicious” to most discerning (?) consumers. I had a similar (psychological) reaction first time I saw retail frozen brains. Bird’s feet were almost equally unsettling. Nonetheless …..