The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has today published its Consolidated and its Westminster Annual Report and Accounts for the past financial year. These cover our performance and activities in 2020/21 across England, Wales and Northern Ireland at a net cost of £114.2 million.
Today marks the final day of World Antibiotic Awareness Week (WAAW) 2021. The campaign aims to increase awareness of global antimicrobial resistance and to encourage best practice among public, health workers and policy makers.
When going to university or living away from home for the first time, young people may be taking on more responsibility for deciding what food they eat and how to prepare it. So, it’s important that these young adults understand food hygiene.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) are awarding a total of £200,000 to fund six projects to bring the public and researchers together to investigate food standards challenges.
Professor Robin May, the FSA’s Chief Scientific Adviser, explains why urgent progress is needed to support a unified eco-labelling system for food in the UK in order to support a fully sustainable food system.
Millions of people living with food allergies, intolerances and coeliac disease will be able to make safer choices about the food they buy as a new allergen labelling law comes into effect today, 1 October.