Board Meeting 15 June 2015
The Food Standards Scotland Board held its second meeting in public on Monday 15 June, at which it received and discussed an insightful presentation from Kantar Worldwide presentation on the emerging trends and motivations underlying consumers’ food purchases.
Aiming to reduce Scotland’s 43,000 annual cases of food borne illness
The Four C’s from Food Standards Scotland aim to reduce Scotland’s 43,000 annual cases of food borne illness
Safe summer eating at Taste of Grampian
Consumers attending Taste of Grampian this weekend visited our indoor and outdoor stands to learn about food safety and healthy eating. Young and old took up the hand washing challenge under ultraviolet light to check where bugs can lurk unseen and got some football tips from Aberdeen Football Club coaches on how to kick germs to the back of the net.
Campylobacter Results 2014 - 2015
Campylobacter Cumulative Survey Results 2014 - 2015
New premises for Food Standards Agency in Scotland
Maureen Watt, MSP Minister for Public Health, opened the door to local stakeholders, the media, FSAS staff and the new FSS board members on 20 February, with an official unveiling of a commemorative plaque. The Minister and Ross Finnie, Chair of FSS believe this purpose-built, modern building is fitting for the forward-thinking, dynamic organisation they aim for Food Standards Scotland to be.