First meeting of group providing outside perspective to the joint review by the Food Standards Agency and Food Standards Scotland
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Chair of the Food Standards Agency (FSA) Heather Hancock has announced the appointment of an independent Chair and eight independent members to the Agency’s new Advisory Committee for Social Science (ACSS).
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This week's open Board meeting is now available as a video-on-demand and as a podcast. The meeting was chaired by the Food Standards Agency Chair Heather Hancock on 14 March.
At its quarterly meeting on Wednesday 14 March, the Food Standards Agency Board discussed the progress on the FSA’s science work, a report from the Chair of the FSA Science Council, an update on the raw drinking milk (RDM) programme and the FSA’s international strategy.
Today's open Board meeting webcast has now finished. It was chaired by the Food Standards Agency Chair Heather Hancock. It will be available as a video-on-demand and a podcast within the next few days.
New digital technology that is increasingly used by food businesses to manage hygiene practices could soon also be used to help environmental health officers (EHO) monitor food businesses in real time.
The agenda and papers for this month’s open Board meeting have been published. The meeting will be held in London on Wednesday 14 March 2018. It will begin at 9.00am and will be chaired by FSA Chair Heather Hancock. You can attend in person or watch it live online.
A report published today by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) on the implementation and operation of the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme in Wales reveals that consumer recognition of the Scheme has continued to rise, from 43% in 2012 to 89% in 2017.