The agenda and papers for the next open Board meeting have been published.
UK expertise and leadership in shellfish safety has been recognised by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with the designation of the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) as a Reference Centre for Bivalve Mollusc Sanitation.
The Advisory Committee for Social Science (ACSS) of the Food Standards Agency is holding its third meeting in London on Tuesday 2 April 2019.
Key findings of a survey reveal some scones produced in Northern Ireland can be in the region of 750 calories and contain the equivalent to ten sugar cubes.
A man has been sentenced for selling DNP, after a successful prosecution by Allerdale Borough Council.
Heather Hancock will remain Chair of the Food Standard Agency’s (FSA) Board for a further three years. The reappointment, made by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, will run until the end of March 2022.
The FSA’s Biannual Public Attitudes Tracker (November 2018) results have been published.
We have published the Year 3 results of a survey to identify the proportion of Campylobacter isolated from the FSA’s UK retail chicken survey that were resistant to a range of antimicrobial agents.
How can allergen information on labels be improved? Tell us what you think in a new consultation on plans to improve allergen labelling laws across the UK.