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Nutrition related information can now be found on the NHS Choices website. Nutrition related publications are no longer available via the FSA publication orderline. Electronic copies have been archived by The National Archives and are available through the UK Government Web Archive. These resources however, have not been updated since October 2010 and will still contain references to the eatwell website, which is no longer available. During 2010, nutrition policy in England was transferred to Department Health and in Wales it was transferred to the Welsh Assembly Government.
A 'Safer food, better business' (SFBB) pack especially for childminders. The pack gives simple, straightforward advice on food safety, including information on feeding babies and children, cooking, cleaning, chilling and looking after a child with a food allergy.
Safer food, better business has been adapted for small catering businesses such as restaurants and takeaways that serve either Chinese cuisine or Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan cuisines.
If you run a business that makes or prepares food, it will be inspected to make sure you are following food law. Find out what inspections might involve and the action that inspectors can take if they find a problem in your business.
Safe Catering is FSA Northern Ireland's food safety management guide. A joint initiative with the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, Safe Catering is a practical and easy to use guide that will help catering businesses and retailers with a catering function to comply with food legislation, produce a food safety management plan based on HACCP principles and to keep the appropriate records.
The Eatwell bingo game is a fun way of encouraging players to get the balance of their diet right by using the Eatwell plate. The aim of the game is to use the Eatwell plate model in an interactive bingo game that makes learning about healthy food choices interesting and fun. Instead of calling out bingo numbers, the game features nutrition messages where players find out food facts along the way.
A new initiative designed to promote healthy and active lifestyles to children is now available for all primary schools in Northern Ireland. The package, called Activ8 Eatwell, promises to keep alive the exciting and inspiring summer of Olympic sport.
To help stop the rise in food poisoning in the over 60s caused by the food bug listeria, the Food Standards Agency Northern Ireland, safefood and district councils in Northern Ireland have produced a game packed with hygiene messages. The game is called 'Beat the Bingo Bug!'
'What's on a label?' has been developed jointly by safefood and the Food Standards Agency in Northern Ireland. It is endorsed by the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA). It is designed to be engaging and provides many practical examples to assist students to learn in an interactive way.
CookSafe helps catering businesses in Scotland understand and implement HACCP-based systems. By reading this manual and following the instructions, you will be able to develop HACCP-based procedures that fit your needs.