Food industries committees

Committees, forums and working groups that advise the Agency.

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  • Advisory Committee on Animal Feedingstuffs (ACAF)

    ACAF advises on the safety and use of animal feeds and feeding practices, with particular emphasis on protecting human health, and with reference to new technical developments.

  • Stakeholder meeting on animal feed issues

    The Food Standards Agency holds annual meetings to discuss a range of topical feed-related issues with a variety of stakeholders.

  • Veterinary Products Committee (VPC)

    The Veterinary Products Committee (VPC) was established in 1970 to advise on the safety, quality and efficacy of veterinary medicines, and to consider reports of suspected adverse reactions to veterinary medicines.

  • Food Incidents Task Force

    The Food Standards Agency has set up an incidents task force to strengthen existing controls in the food chain.

  • Stakeholder Group on Current and Future Meat Controls

    The Current and Future Meat Controls Stakeholder Group (CFMC) is the core group of key meat stakeholders. The Group’s main purpose is to inform the Agency's work in developing proposals for more risk-based and proportionate meat hygiene and TSE/SRM requirements and the official controls relating to those requirements. The first meeting of this Group took place on 25 June 2010.