Wash hands, not poultry – Don’t risk festive food poisoning
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has today (12 December 2016) launched a new food safety campaign to highlight the risks of food poisoning over the festive season from washing raw poultry and not washing hands properly.
Eat & Go Foods Co. Ltd. recalls due to shelf life which has been extended beyond the validated shelf life.
Eat & Go Foods Co. Ltd have instigated a recall as they have been producing and selling products with a shelf life which has been extended beyond the validated shelf life.
Food alert - UK
Ref - FAFA/03/2016
Heads of Environmental Health Services should be aware that HS Glasgow Foods Ltd, Unit 2 11, Keppochhill Place, Glasgow, G21 1HS has been operating without Local Authority approval and has produced Chicken Pakora, Vegetable Pakora and Pakora Sauce (there may be other products, however these products are the ones the FBO was known to want to produce.
Food Standards Scotland calls for urgent action on eating out in Scotland
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) today (19 October 2016) published its latest diet and nutrition paper ‘Diet and nutrition: update on setting the direction for the Scottish diet’, which highlights the need for urgent action to improve food and drink eaten outside the home for both adults and children in Scotland.
Food Standards Scotland’s Consumer Tracking Survey confirms the majority of Scots don’t follow healthy eating recommendations
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has today (14 October) published the results from its second Food in Scotland Consumer Tracking Survey, showing that while most people in Scotland are aware of healthy eating recommendations, the majority do not follow them.