Manufacturers

Food Standards Scotland is involved all along the food chain to ensure that what ends up on your plate is safe and is what it says it is. We are here to help you make informed choices when it comes to what and where to eat.

Food Standards Scotland provides guidance and information for food manufacturers.

We have developed a free online tool to help smoked fish producers manage the risk of Listeria contamination.

Small and Medium Enterprise

There are a number of resources which can help small manufacturing businesses with food safety management and food hygiene regulation.

MyHACCP [external site] can guide you through the process of developing a food safety management system based on Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) principles. The free web tool will help you develop a food safety management system that demonstrates how your business identifies and controls hazards that may occur during your manufacturing processes.

A food incident occurs when there are concerns about the safety or quality of food. If you have concerns, you can:

Report an incident

Guidance and Information

News

  • 17 February 2017

    Food Standards Scotland has today (17 February 2017) issued three shellfish consultations as part of a wider review to ensure effective and sustainable future official controls delivery.

    News & Updates, Fish, Food Safety, Food Standards, Shellfish, All business, Consumers, Farming & Primary Production, Local Authorities, Information for Manufacturers
  • 11 February 2017

    Food Standards Scotland understands that Errington Cheese Ltd has commenced sale of certain batches of Corra Linn cheese.

    Press Release, Dairy, Food Hygiene, Food Poisoning, Food Safety, Food Standards, Health, Incidents, All business, Catering & Retail, Consumers, Farming & Primary Production, Health Professionals, Local Authorities, Information for Manufacturers, Media, Older people, Pregnancy & Children, Schools & Education, Scientists & Researchers
  • 10 February 2017

    Jordan Valley Wholefoods has today (10 February) recalled some of its products due to the undeclared presence of soya.

    News & Updates, Food Allergy, Food Safety, Food Standards, Health, Incidents, Regulation, All business, Local Authorities, Information for Manufacturers, Media, Older people, Pregnancy & Children, Schools & Education, Scientists & Researchers

Publications & Resources

  • March 2017

    The next Board meeting will be held at our Food Standards Scotland offices in Aberdeen: Pilgrim House, Old Ford Road, Aberdeen, AB11 5RL on 08th March 2017. The meeting will begin at 10.30 am and run until approximately 15.00 pm.

    The meeting will cover:

    Publications, Board, Corporate, Food Standards, All business, Catering & Retail, Consumers, Farming & Primary Production, Health Professionals, Local Authorities, Information for Manufacturers, Media, Scientists & Researchers
  • March 2017

    Authorities in all European Union Member States have to approve establishments that handle, prepare or produce products of animal origin, according to Re

    Approved Premises, Approvals, Food Hygiene, Food Standards, Monitoring, Regulation, All business, Catering & Retail, Farming & Primary Production, Local Authorities, Information for Manufacturers
  • February 2017
    Audit Report, Audit, Food Standards, Farming & Primary Production, Information for Manufacturers