One woman has been fined after pleading guilty following a successful prosecution by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) for intentionally obstructing an National Food Crime Unit (NFCU) officer during an unannounced visit
The Food Standards Agency (FSA), Food Standards Scotland, (FSS) and UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) are warning the public not to eat four Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire Cheese which has been recalled because they may be contaminated with a specific type of E.coli bacteria called Shiga toxin producing E. coli, also known as STEC or VTEC.
Following a rise in cases of Salmonella linked to poultry products imported from Poland, the FSA is reminding consumers of its safe handling and cooking advice.
We are warning people not to eat 'Cali-Gold’ chocolate bars that have been on sale in the Nottinghamshire area.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is warning members of the public not to buy or eat fake ‘Wonka Bars’ or ‘Prime’ chocolate bars for safety reasons.
FSA advises consumers that some chilled poultry products on sale will have been previously frozen and defrosted to maintain stock levels this Christmas
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is advising consumers buying turkey, duck, capon or goose products in the run up to Christmas that they may have been previously frozen and defrosted before being placed on sale as chilled.
The Food Standards Agency’s (FSA’s) Wild Game Guidance has been revised following public consultation and a need to provide clarification on retained EU regulations.
FSA & FSS launch major evidence-led review of the UK food system
When going to university or living away from home for the first time, young people may be taking on more responsibility for deciding what food they eat and how to prepare it. So, it’s important that these young adults understand food hygiene.
The FSA has issued a provisional list of CBD products on sale in England and Wales that can remain on the market because an application for safety assessment has been submitted to the FSA. These applications are making initial progress through the novel foods authorisation process and can therefore remain on sale until a decision on their authorisation has been made.
New law introduced to extend labelling requirements for people with food allergies and intolerances
Guidance for businesses on authorisation of edible insects as novel foods.
The involvement of the FSA in your vineyard varies, depending on the category your vineyard is placed under.
Approach to considering rejection of red meat carcases at a post mortem inspection
The list of CBD food products on sale in England and Wales which have a credible application for authorisation with the FSA. We are advising that products not on the list should be removed from sale.
Moving fishery products or bivalve molluscs from Great Britain and non EU countries into Northern Ireland
How to move or import fishery products or bivalve molluscs for human consumption from Great Britain or non EU countries into Northern Ireland.
Regional contact details for the Wine Standards inspection team.
How to control and reduce the risk of E. coli O157 cross-contamination in your business.
How to register a vineyard in the UK and details of vineyard categorisation.
How to comply with food regulations that aim to reduce contamination of meat and maintain safety for consumers.
How we assess shellfish production areas.
Information about the supplementary sampling scheme for food business operators and shellfish harvesters
The risks of marine biotoxins and phytoplankton that infect shellfish and what food businesses can do about them.
This helps brokers understand their obligations under food law including the need to register as a food business.