The UK’s two food regulators today published a draft review with a series of recommendations for the meat industry and the regulators themselves aimed at improving compliance and assurance in the meat processing industry.
Where you need to apply for approval of a food or meat establishment, either the FSA or your local authority depending on the type of your establishment and your location.
How to apply for approval by the Food Standards Agency, approval assessment and right of appeal.
Shaping a future regulatory framework for precision bred food and feed products.
How to apply for authorisation to carry out on farm slaughter of farmed game and poultry
Where you need to apply for approval of a food or meat establishment depending on the type of your establishment and your location.
We produce the National Enforcement Priorities (NEPs) for food and animal feed hygiene. These assist Local Authorities and businesses in maintaining standards and safeguarding public health.
Guidance on use of alternative sanitation systems for the disinfection of cutting tools in slaughterhouses and game handling establishments.
The list of CBD food products on sale in England and Wales which have a credible application for authorisation with the FSA. We are advising that products not on the list should be removed from sale.
Legal requirements and standards for approved meat establishments.
Feed additive authorisation guidance and what you need to submit as part of a feed additive application.
Feed detoxification processes authorisation requirements.
PARNUTs application requirements.
Extraction solvents authorisation requirements and what you need to submit as part of your application.
We maintain regular checks on slaughterhouses in the UK, to ensure that they comply with our regulations that maintain animal welfare.
A joint statement from the Partnership Working Group Sub-Group on Qurbani
Risk analysis is the process of assessing, managing and communicating food and animal feed safety risks. It’s how we ensure high standards of food and feed safety and protect consumers.
What you need to submit as part of your regulated product application.
Pre-market approval procedure for food and animal feed products and processes requiring authorisation.
Descriptions of the legal requirements from each regulation that applies to meat establishments.
Earned Recognition aims to reduce the burden for compliant businesses which allows enforcement activity to concentrate on less compliant businesses. Those who qualify for Earned Recognition will benefit by receiving less frequent visits by the enforcement authority.
Activities that can be carried out on a meat establishment premises once approved.
Hygiene regulations for supplying game for human consumption.
How we charge for activities carried out by us in meat premises.
The measures that must be taken by animal feed businesses to legally trade feed between GB, NI, the EU, and non-EU countries from 1 January 2021.