Views on ‘may contain’ labelling sought for FSA consultation
Dec08

Views on ‘may contain’ labelling sought for FSA consultation

To address consumer confusion over the wording of precautionary allergen information on food packaging, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) is seeking input from the industry.

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Man jailed for cutting meat at car wash
Dec02

Man jailed for cutting meat at car wash

A Devizes man has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for 39 food hygiene offences after he was found to be running a meat cutting operation from hand car washing premises.

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The digital transformation of food safety and pest management
Nov24

The digital transformation of food safety and pest management

SPONSORED CONTENT: How Next-Gen connected technologies drive smarter, more efficient risk mitigation.

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Avian influenza identified in poultry and wild birds in Wrexham County Borough
Nov02

Avian influenza identified in poultry and wild birds in Wrexham County Borough

Chief veterinary officer for Wales Christianne Glossop confirmed the presence of avian influenza H5N1 in poultry and wild birds at a premises in the Wrexham County Borough area.

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Red Tractor report highlights trust in British food standards
Oct08

Red Tractor report highlights trust in British food standards

The “Trust in Food” Index, authored by Red Tractor and YouGov, has found the public overwhelmingly believes that British food is “safe, traceable and good quality.”

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CTSI launches resources ahead of allergen law changes
Sep30

CTSI launches resources ahead of allergen law changes

Food industry organisations have released guides for businesses to help them navigate the implementation of Natasha’s Law on 1st October.

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