The Belfast Health and Social Care Trust is recognised with a Calorie Wise Gold Award for displaying calorie information on all menu items in restaurants across five of its hospital sites.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) Board yesterday confirmed its approach to future trade negotiations featuring food and feed, contributed to the development of the National Food Strategy, and signed off a long-term strategy to improve life for people with allergies and intolerances.
The Welsh Food Advisory Committee of the Food Standards Agency is holding its next open meeting in Cardiff on Thursday 16 January 2020.
The agenda and papers for the January Board meeting have been published.
The Food Standards Agency has announced three new appointments to its Board. Margaret Gilmore, Timothy Riley and Mark Rolfe will serve for three-year terms, ending in 2022.
We buy approximately 10 million turkeys each Christmas, yet we throw away over 100,000 tonnes of poultry every year, most of it completely edible.
The Chairman of the Food Standards Agency, Heather Hancock, has been elected as the new Master of St John’s College, Cambridge. Heather will take up her post in October next year.
Lab grown meat, the perspectives of Generation Z, climate change and the impact of space technology on the food system were some of the topics discussed at our third annual Symposium of Social Science.