Lizzie’s Food Factory is recalling a batch of its Gluten Free Brownie because it may contain walnuts which is not mentioned on the label. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to walnuts.
How we tackle norovirus, hepatitis A and E viruses was the focus of a joint FSA/EFSA workshop that published its summary report today. The report identifies cross-cutting research themes, building on the first report of the FSA's Chief Scientific Advisor which highlighted that foodborne viruses have a significant impact on public health.
Our purpose is to make sure that people have safe food, food they can trust, and that it is what it says it is. We need to change the way food is regulated in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, so we can be confident this stays the case for the food people buy and eat.
Mackays Ltd is recalling two condiment products that contain sulphur dioxide which is not mentioned on the label. This means the products are a possible health risk for anyone with a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites.
The contract for the supply of contract Official Veterinarians and contract Meat Hygiene Inspectors in England and Wales to work in meat establishments, working closely with FSA staff, is open for tender. The current five contracts expire 31 March 2017.
Hilltop Honey is recalling six batches of its Raw British Creamed Honey on a precautionary basis due to small pieces of metal being found in the product. The company has advised that the product should not be consumed.
Further to Product Recall Information Notice (PRIN) 61/2016 issued on 11 October 2016, Suma is recalling its canned Organic Sweetcorn because of a manufacturing problem (overfilling), which has led to a processing issue.