We spoke to Jason Austin, Food and Health Protection Manager from Torfaen County Borough Council. This case study is part of our celebration campaign marking 10 years of the mandatory display of Food Hygiene Ratings in Wales.
We spoke to Richard from Melin Llynon, a pastry chef and chocolatier bringing new life to the last surviving windmill in Wales. He told us all about his relationship with his Environmental Health Officer from Isle of Anglesey County Council and how it’s helped him to achieve and maintain a top food hygiene rating.
We spoke to Ryan Rowe from Cardiff café, LetThemSeeCake. This blog is part of our celebration campaign marking 10 years of mandatory display of Food Hygiene Ratings in Wales.
Earlier this month Collin Willson, Animal Welfare Veterinary Lead for the FSA in Wales, won the Impact Award from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. It recognises his long and impactful career in veterinary public health and food safety.
"There is a place in science for everybody!" Find out about what drove Dr Erica Kintz, Dr Sophie Hardy, and Mike Dickinson to careers in science and what they get up to in their day jobs at the Food Standards Agency.
On International Women's Day, Jane Clark our Director of Veterinary Services shares her journey to the top of her profession and how the fight for equity continues.
We're delighted to share the news that our Vet of the Year for 2023 is Jose Gomez-Luengo. We sat down with Jose and asked him about his career and what the award means to him.
Ahead of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we hear from some of the many women in the FSA who use science every day to keep food safe, on how they got into STEM.
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, Judith Hanvey the FSA in NI’s Boardroom Apprentice and the FSA’s Director for Northern Ireland Andy Cole discuss the journey so far.
FSA in Northern Ireland’s Boardroom Apprentice Judith Hanvey shares her latest update.