Our new Chair Susan Jebb takes over this edition of the FSA’s stakeholder update to discuss the National Food Strategy and delivering on the government’s vision for food policy.
FSA Chief Executive Emily Miles discusses an unusual food incident, her recent speech to the Chartered Institute for Environmental Health (CIEH) and welcomes the FSA’s new Chair.
FSA Chief Executive Emily Miles discusses World Food Safety Day, gives an update on the FSA’s regulatory reform programme, and reflects on the latest consumer insight.
Rebecca Sudworth, Director of Policy, reflects on the work we’ve been doing to help shellfish businesses adjust to the new relationship with the EU. She explains some changes that have been made to our approach for classifying shellfish harvesting areas and what this means for businesses and consumers.
In the first in a new series of regular updates to stakeholders, FSA Chief Executive Emily Miles shares recent action on inspections, support for shellfish businesses and a post-COVID-19 recovery plan for local authorities.
From a snowy launch in Bluewater Shopping Centre to being mentioned on Coronation Street, here's the highlights of the first 10 years of the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme from Catriona Stewart, Head of Compliance and Standards Unit.
As the FSA marks 20 years since its foundation, Steve Wearne, who has been with the agency since its inception, reflects on his highlights and milestones from that time which have shaped the food space.
The Food Standards Agency remains cautious and alert to current and future challenges in the food supply chain. Head of the National Food Crime Unit, Darren Davies, shares the work of the unit and the implications of the recent Food Crime Strategic Assessment.
The blog is launched with a history of the FSA and our mission to make sure everybody can trust the food they eat.