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.
Food Standards Scotland understands that Errington Cheese Ltd has commenced sale of certain batches of Corra Linn cheese.
The food alert for action notice, advising local authorities not to allow Corra Linn, Dunsyre Blue, Lanark Blue, Lanark White, Maisie’s Kebbuck, Dunsyre Baby and Sir Lancelot cheeses to be placed on the market, remains in place to protect consumers. Food Standards Scotland’s advice remains that these cheeses should not be eaten.
Jordan Valley Wholefoods has today (10 February) recalled some of its products due to the undeclared presence of soya.
Jordan Valley Whole Foods is recalling products because they contain undeclared soya which is not mentioned on the labels. This means the products are a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to soya.
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Regulation (EU) 2017/186 of 2 February 2017 laying down specific conditions applicable to the introduction into the Union of
January 2017 - Regulation (EU) 2017/129 amending Implementing Regulation (EU) No 743/2013 introducing protective measures on imports of bivalve molluscs from Turkey intended for human consumption
Food Standards Scotland welcomes the Scottish Health and Sports Committee member’s debate in Parliament today (24 January 2017) to discuss opportunities to tackle obesity, from World Cancer Research Day to price promotions.
Food Standards Agency has today (13 January 2017) issued a FAFA to Heads of Environmental Health Services at Scottish local authorities regarding a number of food products, mainly frozen fish and chicken, which have been repackaged in unapproved premises and are therefore potentially unsafe, by MDA Products Ltd.
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has today (30 December 2016) updated the 29 December 2016 PRIN recalling two batches (6K14 and 6K15) of Aldi’s Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns, as the product contains Salmonella (a bacterium that can cause food poisoning).
Aldi is recalling its Specially Selected Tikka King Prawns, because the product contains Salmonella. Salmonella is a bacterium that can cause food poisoning. This update is being issued as Aldi have informed Food Standards Scotland today (30/12/2016) that there was an additional best before date within the original batch codes below which was not included in the initial information provided by the company.