FSA Chief Executive Emily Miles explains the challenge of getting the balance right between protecting consumers and supporting industry in our work to regulate the cannabidiol (CBD) market.
Our Chair, Professor Susan Jebb, introduces Food You Can Trust – The FSA’s new five-year strategy. As well as reaffirming our commitment to ensuring that food is safe and what it says it is, we have also expanded our mission to include a role in helping the food system become healthier and more sustainable.
How the FSA is supporting WRAP’s Food Waste Action Week, raising awareness of the environmental consequences of wasting food and promoting activities that help to reduce the amount of food we waste.
Our Chair Professor Susan Jebb discusses the Levelling Up White Paper and support for healthy eating in schools, as well as the FSA supporting food strategies in Northern Ireland and Wales.
Our precautionary allergen labelling consultation closes in three weeks and we want to hear from businesses and industry bodies on the challenges they face. We're looking for your views on what a better system for providing this information might look like.
Learn about the work of our Scientific Advisory Committees and the Science Council from current members and apply to join one. The deadline to apply is Sunday 13 February 2022.
We need this conversation to continue beyond the COP26. So, I have an ask: how can we work together on the challenges that climate change is creating for the food system?
Joining the conversation around sustainable food production at COP26, Head of Social Science Michelle Patel unpacks our recent research into consumer attitudes towards healthy and sustainable diets, and what they mean for policy makers and the food industry.
Food Standards Agency Chief Scientist, Robin May, explains why urgent progress is needed on unified eco-labelling system for food in the UK as world leaders meet for COP26.
Reflections on the Global Food Safety Incidents and Emergency Response (GFSIER) Conference 2021 and its significance for international collaboration, by Head of Incidents and Resilience, Philip Randles.