Food industry organisations have released guides for businesses to help them navigate the implementation of Natasha’s Law on 1st October.
Following a product recall, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) are advising consumers not to eat several pork scratching products purchased since February, which have been linked to a salmonella outbreak.
The company has received the Chain of Custody (CoC) Standard, which certifies that its soy has been produced in “an environmentally appropriate, socially conscious, and economically viable way.”
Poultry supplier Moy Park has received three internationally recognised awards for health and safety standards.
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has published a new report to look at knowledge gaps around the microbial quality of beef mince sold in Scotland.
The Food Standards Agency has published guidance on how to adapt food manufacturing operations and work safely during the Covid-19 pandemic. It says that while this guidance is more geared towards those who have closed and are looking to reopen, firms still operating may also want to review it. This guidance is to help employers, employees and the self-employed understand how to work safely in the food manufacturing sector during the...