Our review of how food standards work is delivered across England, Wales and Northern Ireland was published today with our Board papers.
Sandwell Foods Ltd, which trade under the name Halal World, were found guilty of four food hygiene offences.
The Advisory Committee for Social Science (ACSS) of the Food Standards Agency is holding its second meeting at 110 Rochester Row, London, on Tuesday 4 December 2018.
Yorkshire Abattoir Services Limited ordered to pay more than £34,400 after being found guilty of food hygiene offences.
Behavioural insights into tackling food crime, the cost of illness and consumer attitudes to food-related issues were all discussed at the Food Standards Agency’s second-annual Symposium of Social Science.
We have published the Year 3 results of an EU survey commissioned to assess the frequency of certain types of antimicrobial resistant (AMR) E. coli in raw UK retail pork and beef. Results show that these AMR levels remain consistently low, similar to those from the previous survey on beef and pork in Year 1.
The Food Standards Agency is pleased to announce the appointment of two new members to the Welsh Food Advisory Committee (WFAC).
A reminder to book your place for this year’s events being held in London, Cardiff and Belfast in November.
Food Standards Agency along with Food Standards Scotland, Public Health England and Health Protection Scotland are reminding people to take care when handling raw meat and to cook it properly.
The Food Standards Agency and Food Standards Scotland Boards respond positively to the UK-wide meat Review
The Boards of the UK’s two food regulators held their first joint meeting today, 17 October 2018, in Edinburgh following the publication of the review which makes recommendations aimed at improving compliance and assurance in the UK meat processing industry.