Food Standards Scotland (FSS), the public sector food body for Scotland, launches today, 1 April 2015 and takes over the responsibilities previously carried out in Scotland by the Food Standards Agency with an increased role in regards to healthy eating.
On 20 March the Food Standards Agency published the findings of a study which looked at reactions to the sweetener aspartame in people who have reported symptoms in the past compared to people with no reported symptoms.
Food Standards Scotland has published a consultation on The Honey (Scotland) Regulations 2015.
The purpose of this public consultation is to provide stakeholders and interested parties with the opportunity to comment on the proposed Honey (Scotland) Regulations 2015 and the partial Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment (BRIA).
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The Scottish public has a high expectation of those who serve on the boards of public bodies and the way in which they should conduct themselves in undertaking their duties.
The proposed Honey (Scotland) Regulations 2015 will revoke and replace the Honey (Scotland) Regulations 2003.