Ultralife is recalling five varieties of their food supplement products because they contain Wheat (gluten), Milk, Nuts, Eggs and Soya that are not declared on the label. Different products contain different allergens.
At its quarterly meeting on Wednesday 14 March, the Food Standards Agency Board discussed the progress on the FSA’s science work, a report from the Chair of the FSA Science Council, an update on the raw drinking milk (RDM) programme and the FSA’s international strategy.
Today's open Board meeting webcast has now finished. It was chaired by the Food Standards Agency Chair Heather Hancock. It will be available as a video-on-demand and a podcast within the next few days.
The Spice Tailor Limited is recalling The Spice Tailor Fiery Goan Curry because it contains a mustard ingredient which is not mentioned on the label. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to mustard.
New digital technology that is increasingly used by food businesses to manage hygiene practices could soon also be used to help environmental health officers (EHO) monitor food businesses in real time, enabling them to detect food safety problems sooner and improve protection for the public.