FSA launches consultation on additional NFCU investigatory powers
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has today launched a consultation seeking views from the public, public health professionals and food sector partners on the proposed enhancement of the investigatory powers of the National Food Crime Unit (NFCU).
FSA update on soya lecithin investigation
The FSA updates people living with peanut allergy on an investigation into peanut contamination in soya lecithin
FSA Welcomes National Audit Office Report
The Food Standards Agency’s (FSA) Chief Executive Emily Miles has welcomed the National Audit Office’s latest report ‘Regulating after EU Exit’ published today.
Let’s celebrate safely together - Food Standards Agency reminds communities how to serve up safe food at street parties
There’s only a few days to go until Her Majesty The Queen's Platinum Jubilee during the long Bank Holiday weekend (2-5 June 2022). If you’re not sure where to start when planning your street party or event, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) is here to help with some easy-to-follow tips so the food at your event is memorable for all the right reasons.
Update: FSA provides consumer guidance as more fully refined oils may be used as ingredient substitutions
As the UK’s supply of sunflower oil continues to be severely impacted by the conflict in Ukraine, further information is being issued to consumers and retailers about oil substitutions and product labelling.
Update: Additional CBD products added to the public list
Almost 2,500 new CBD products have been added to the Food Standards Agency’s (FSA) public list this week. The CBD public list shows which products on the market have a credible application for authorisation with the FSA.
Update: FSA issues final call for CBD products to be added to the public list
The FSA has today (21 April 2022) issued a final call for evidence linking products to applications on the public list. The CBD public list shows which products have a credible application for authorisation with the FSA.
‘Don’t take the risk’: The FSA, FSS and UKHSA issue reminder that a range of Kinder egg products and Schoko-Bon’s should not be eaten this Easter weekend
As we enter the bank holiday weekend, the Food Standards Agency (FSA), Food Standards Scotland (FSS) and the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) are strongly reminding people that a range of Kinder Egg products and Schoko-Bon’s should not be eaten.
Further Kinder products recalled following an outbreak of salmonella
Recall of Kinder products produced at a factory in Belgium extended to include all best-before dates as a precautionary action following an outbreak of salmonella.
Open Meeting of Welsh Food Advisory Committee – 21 April 2022
The Welsh Food Advisory Committee of the Food Standards Agency is holding its next open meeting in Cardiff on Thursday 21 April 2022. This will be a themed meeting focussing on food insecurity.