We spoke to Luke, an Environmental Health Officer from Gwynedd Council in Wales, who talked to us about how he helps food businesses be safe and successful.
Food hygiene inspections are an important part of owning a food business. In our latest blog, Jo, an Environmental Health Practitioner from South Derbyshire, talks about her role, what to expect from an inspection if you are a food business owner, and why she loves her job so much.
We spoke to Matthew who runs a Korean food business, The Little Korean, selling hot food, meals to cook at home, and ready-to-eat cold food in the north-east of England.
Interview with Hanna, owner of Benji’s Bites, Harrogate on starting a food business from home.
Cymraeg We spoke to Tom from Swig Smoothies in Caernarfon, Gwynedd. This blog is part of our Here to Help series, making it easier for businesses to do the right thing through business stories, resources and our improved hub of …
Dairy farmer Laura tells us about safely setting up a business selling milk from her farm to the local community through a mobile vending machine
Claire Florey, Food Safety and Regulatory Affairs Manager at Greggs discusses the learnings from their preparation for the PPDS change and shares examples that might be of help to smaller businesses.
We meet the Knowledge Providers, a network of colleges and universities in Northern Ireland who have been using their expertise and resources to support food businesses during COVID-19.
As part of our 'Here to help' series of case studies, an interview with Dylan, owner of Gwin Dylanwad Wine, Dolgellau, Wales. Dylan shares his experience of diversifying his business during COVID-19 with virtual tastings, restaurant partnerships, home delivery and food markets.
As part of our 'Here to help' series of case studies, an interview with Rosea Poynter, owner of The Bakehouse, Nottingham, on turning their café into a bakery during COVID-19 and staying true to their passion for bread.