Cymraeg Since my last message to you, the FSA has been fulfilling the post-Brexit watchdog role that we set out in our new strategy. The Government has just published its report on the UK-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (FTA), …
We want to provide as much helpful guidance as we can as the Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill continues its passage through Parliament to aid understanding for everyone. We also welcome any feedback or reflections on our proposals
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.
FSA Chief Executive Emily Miles discusses Morrison's recent news on using best before dates on some of its milk products.
As Black History Month 2021 draws to a close, Freddie Lachhman, Transaction Officer at the Food Standards Agency, reflects on this year’s events.
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.
With the publication of Assessment Comparing Meat Production Processes In Selected Countries, Rick Mumford, considers what the report tells us about international meat production methods and food standards.
As the Speak Up For Allergies campaign launches, encouraging young people to speak to the restaurant every time they make an order, Arvind Thandi, Team Leader for Food Hypersensitivity, explores the campaign and why it's important to speak up every time.