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Food Hypersensitivity Perspectives and Practice Symposium 2022 - Different perspectives on food hypersensitivity

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Collection of allergens

Professor Robin May, FSA Chief Scientific Adviser, reflects on the recent Food Hypersensitivity Perspectives & Practice Symposium, and how we can make the UK a better place for the food hypersensitive consumer.

Precautionary allergen labelling - The May Contain Consultation

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Have your say on may contain

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.

From beehive to jar, the complexities of honey authenticity

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A beekeeper inspecting a hive at Deans Court, Wimborne, United Kingdom by Annie Spratt

Last year, we talked about the complex nature of honey authenticity. In this follow up post, Rick Mumford, Head of the Science, Evidence and Research directorate comments on the recent review of the methods used to test honey authenticity.