The FSA has produced guidance to give practical advice to consumers buying food sold over the internet. We have also produced guidance for businesses selling food online, which outlines legal requirements and safety considerations.
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This guidance aims to help food brokers understand their obligations under food law and identifies further sources of information. It also provides clarification on the distinction between brokers and agents.
Bwriad y canllawiau hyn yw helpu broceriaid bwyd i ddeall eu rhwymedigaethau o dan gyfraith bwyd. Maent hefyd yn nodi ffynonellau pellach o wybodaeth ac yn cynnig eglurder ar y gwahaniaeth rhwng broceriaid ac asiantau.
Canllawiau i esbonio’r gofynion rheoli tymheredd bwyd, sy’n cynnwys cyngor ar y mathau o fwydydd sy’n ofynnol eu cadw dan reolaeth tymheredd, a chanllawiau ar yr amgylchiadau lle caniateir rhywfaint o hyblygrwydd o ran y gofynion rheoli tymheredd.
We are seeking views on our draft guidance for organisers of charity and community food provision in Wales about the application of EU food hygiene law.
Advice on providing food in a village hall or other community setting for volunteers and charity groups.
Requirements of wine sector regulations in respect of marketing in the UK
Guidance for businesses that produce or sell fishery products that are intended to be eaten raw or lightly cooked.
This guidance explains safeguard measures and the enforcement of Regulation (EC) No 669/2009 concerning the increased level of official controls on imports of certain feed and food of non-animal origin (FNOA) of known or emerging risk.
To help ensure the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme (FHRS) is fair to businesses, the FHRS has been designed to include a number of safeguards. These are an appeal procedure, a 'right to reply' and an opportunity to request a re-visit when improvements have been made.