Guidance intended for farmers who are planning to supply or are supplying raw cows’ drinking milk direct for human consumption. The purpose of the guidance is to assist them in meeting the specific food hygiene requirements relating to the sale of raw cows’ drinking milk in Northern Ireland.
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16 December 2016
The watercress industry, in collaboration with the FSA/FSS, has produced a draft guide on the safe production of watercress. The guide is designed to provide watercress growers with practical advice on how to comply with food hygiene legislation and other considerations for watercress growers.
Food Hygiene Rating Act (NI) 2016 and Food Hygiene Rating Regulations (NI) 2016: guidance for food district councils
This guidance is produced under section 15 of Food Hygiene Rating Act (Northern Ireland) 2016. District councils must have regard to this guidance in exercising functions under the Act. The guidance is for supporting authorised officers in Northern Ireland in successfully implementing the Food Hygiene Rating Act (Northern Ireland) 2016 and associated regulations.
The FSA has produced a number of draft guidance products designed to increase the safety of food sold over the internet. We welcome your feedback before they are formally launched. Publications cover consumer advice for buying food online, advice to businesses selling food online, guidance for local authorities and Q&A.
30 June 2016
New guidance has been published, aimed at healthcare and social care organisations, to help reduce the risk of vulnerable groups in their care contracting listeriosis.
This guidance is aimed at healthcare and social care organisations, to help reduce the risk of vulnerable groups in their care contracting listeriosis.
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We are seeking views on our draft guidance for organisers of charity and community food provision in Wales about the application of EU food hygiene law.
The FSA’s revised policy on the transportation of warm (above temperature) red meat of cattle, goats, pigs, sheep and other domestic ungulates from the slaughterhouse applies from 2 March 2015. This means it is necessary for food business operators at slaughterhouses to discuss with the Official Veterinarian all applications for new authorisations or changes to existing authorisations.