News & Alerts
Search through all of Food Standards Scotland’s news and events items, including food alerts such as product recalls.
Allergy alert - UK
Cherry Tree Home Bakery recalls various products because of incorrect allergen labelling (N Ireland only)
The Cherry Tree Home Bakery is recalling various products because the allergens are not correctly declared on the label. This means the products are a possible health risk for anyone with allergies, intolerances or sensitivities to wheat (gluten), egg, milk or milk constituents and sulphur dioxide or sulphites. These products were sold locally around the Co Fermanagh area in Northern Ireland.
Food alert - UK
E E Wholesale recalls its Equal Exchange Organic Dark Tahini because it contains salmonella
E E Wholesale is recalling its Equal Exchange Organic Dark Tahini because salmonella has been found in the product.
Statement on Changes to Chargeout Rates for Meat Hygiene Inspection and Official Veterinarians
Food Standards Scotland is required under EU food law to charge businesses for the delivery of all meat official controls work carried out by Meat Hygiene Inspectors and Official Veterinarians in slaughterhouses in Scotland.
Report confirms Food Standards Scotland case for a ‘retail revolution’ to help people in Scotland make healthier choices
Tackling the poor Scottish diet is a priority for Food Standards Scotland (FSS). Particularly given that unless we take action now we risk our children following the same habits and poor diets that have led to current obesity levels of 30%*.
Survey indicates that levels of campylobacter in UK-produced chicken continue to decrease
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) today published the second set of results from the third year of their survey of campylobacter contamination on fresh chickens at retail.