Guidance for enforcement officers to assist food business operations determine the use of appropriate water supplies in primary production operations on-farm.
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The Agency recognises that consumers want pesticide residues reduced further than the current safe levels. As part of the Agency's action plan to minimise pesticide residues in food, guides have been produced on five crops grown in the UK (apples, pears, cereals, potatoes and tomatoes).
Mycotoxins guidance and advice produced by the FSA and the European Commission.
Guidance for growers of ready-to-eat crops. The guidance explains how to manage farm manures by developing safety plans that will reduce the risks of microbiological contamination of ready-to-eat crops.
Sampling food and feed to determine the presence of GM material: Guidance for enforcement officers in Northern Ireland
Guidance note for enforcement officers
The guidance provides an overview of EU/UK food safety legislation and describes the official sampling methods for commodities/foodstuffs for which there are EU maximum limits for mycotoxins.
An introductory guide to the provisions of the new legislation intended for the use of enforcement personnel and feed business operators (for example, feed manufacturers, importers, merchants and food businesses selling food products into the animal feed chain), including new businesses wishing to gain an understanding of the legislation.
Genetically modified food and feed and traceability and labelling of genetically modified organisms: Guidance note (Wales)
Guidance for Wales on regulation (EC) No 1829/2003, genetically modified food and feed; and regulation (EC) No 1830/2003, traceability and labelling and the traceability of food and feed products produced from genetically modified organisms, and amending Directive 2001/18.