More than 150 delegates from across the food industry and government came together in Belfast last week for the inaugural Northern Ireland Food and Drink Conference.
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.
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we hear from 8 of the many women in the FSA who use science every day to keep food safe, on their roles and how they got into STEM.
FSA Chief Executive Emily Miles discusses Morrison's recent news on using best before dates on some of its milk products.
Dr Bethan Mead, Research Fellow at the University of Liverpool discusses her joint FSA-UKRI fellowship as part of the Transforming UK Food Systems SPF Programme, which explores urban grown food and alternative proteins
To mark the end of World Antibiotic Awareness Week, Eva Scholtus and Emily Parr from the Microbiology Society discuss our collaborative workshop series as part of the Pathogen Surveillance in Agriculture, Food and the Environment (PATH-SAFE) programme.
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.