Further information is being issued about vegetable oil substitutions and product labelling as a result of the Ukraine conflict.
Guidance on the health and identification marks that must be applied to products of animal origin (POAO), such as meat, egg products, fish, cheese and milk.
There is specific information for different types of food including pre-packed and loose foods.
How to label allergens and avoid allergen-cross contamination when producing pre-packed food.
Requirements for the authorisation and marketing of feed additives, and a list of feed additives under withdrawal.
Guidance on what a higher risk product is, labelling, packaging, chemical safety and controls on plant health.
Guidance on the labelling requirements wine must meet to be sold in the UK.
It is mandatory for nutrition information to be declared on prepacked food. In Northern Ireland, the FSA is responsible for nutrition labelling. District Councils enforce these regulations in Northern Ireland.
Legal requirements that you have to follow as a food business.
It is important to understand best before and use-by dates on food labels to keep food safe and to help reduce food waste. Food may contain bacteria, and if stored for too long or at the wrong temperature can cause food poisoning.
Information about genetically modified (GM) foods and how we assess the safety and labelling requirements of these products.