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.
Cott Beverages Ltd are recalling their macb Strawberry & Kiwi flavoured still water
Cott Beverages Ltd are recalling their macb Strawberry & Kiwi flavoured still water because of a strong odour, an unpleasant taste and the presence of mould and yeasts, causing spoilage of the product. Consumption of the product may cause people to feel unwell.
Product: macb Strawberry & Kiwi still flavoured water
Pack size: 330 ml and 1.5 Litre
Deli Food (Scot) Ltd is recalling 6 sandwich types as the products have been incorrectly labelled with a ‘Use by Date’ of 23/07/17. The ‘Use by Date’ should be 23/06/17.
Food Standards Scotland is aware of an investigation involving Macb strawberry & kiwi flavoured bottled water following reports by consumers of feeling unwell after drinking it, and is liaising with the food business and relevant enforcement authorities.
Macb has voluntarily instigated a withdrawal of some of their products from sale. We will continue to work with the business regarding this investigation and further information will be issued as soon as it becomes available.
Food Standards Scotland is aware of an investigation involving macb flavoured bottled water and is liaising with the food business and relevant enforcement authorities.
Macb have informed us the products affected are strawberry & kiwi flavoured water. We will continue to work with the business regarding this investigation and further information will be issued as soon as it becomes available.
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. This work is essential to ensure that meat entering the food chain is safe for human consumption, and that animals are treated in accordance with strict animal welfare standards.
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. Campylobacter is the biggest cause of food poisoning in Scotland, and research has indicated that 55-75% of human cases in Scotland are associated with chicken. Reducing the levels of campylobacter infection is therefore a priority for Food Standards Scotland (FSS) and we have been working closely with the FSA to promote action by producers and retailers to reduce the levels of contamination in UK-produced chicken.
Following the Eat & Go., Ltd. Food Alert for Action (FAFA) issued on 13 December 2016, Food Standards Scotland has today (26 May 2017) issued a FAFA confirming that Fife Council has lifted the Remedial Action Notice (RAN) which was placed on the company, restricting the shelf life of a number of pre-packed products.