Chief Executive Emily Miles reflects on the learnings from this year's Allergy Symposium and how discussions around precautionary allergen labelling and a potential Food Allergy Safety Scheme connect with the FSA's commitment to food hypersensitive consumers.
Following the recent publication of the first wave of our new flagship social research survey, Food and You 2, Lucy King explains how we gather the data and what it tells us about consumers’ behaviours on food issues.
As we enter British Science Week 2021, we publish our first step in exploring the innovative method of citizen science and its application to FSA research areas.
To mark International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Amie Adkin, Head of Risk Assessment at the FSA, shares her experiences of a storied career in food, risk analysis and leading in science.
As the Science Council publishes its three-year review, our Chief Scientific Adviser Professor Robin May reflects on how the council’s insight has made a difference to our work.
Listen to Phil Flaherty on the Food Matters Live podcast as he takes a look at what food businesses need to know about the UK risk analysis process and the authorisation of substances in food and feed after the EU Transition Period ends.
Before joining the FSA Hardeep Kang spent 16 years working as an Environmental Health Officer (EHO) in various Local Authorities in England. Here's her experience of the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme, as it celebrates 10 years.
From a snowy launch in Bluewater Shopping Centre to being mentioned on Coronation Street, here's the highlights of the first 10 years of the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme from Catriona Stewart, Head of Compliance and Standards Unit.
In our latest Food for Thought seminar, Dr Edward Haynes (Fera) and Dr Erin Lewis (Food Standards Agency) explore the impact of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in the agrifood chain.
Ahead of the landmark IID3 study, we are looking for collaborators working in public health, epidemiology and related fields for the major research into Infectious Intestinal Disease. Rick Mumford explores the project and how to get involved.