Professor Philip James CBE
Food Standards Scotland is saddened to learn of the passing of Professor Phil James CBE.
How students can avoid food fails this semester
Being away from home for the first time and cooking for yourself can be a daunting experience and we’ve all heard the stories of students cooking pasta in a kettle, eating food past its use-by date or setting off a smoke alarm or two!
FSS Chair, Heather Kelman - Call for evidence on new free trade agreement
Views sought on the potential impact of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)
Celebrating success in public health – restricting the promotion of high fat, salt and sugar foods
Following the recent announcement by the Scottish Government that the long awaited Public Health (Restriction of Promotions) Bill will no longer be introduced, there has been some confusion as to what this means for promotions policy in Scotland.
Why we’re baa-cking the Flock to the Show initiative
From our taste for tartan to a comforting portion of Shepherd’s Pie, sheep are an important part of our everyday life. In celebration of sheep, and the return of the Golden Shears world sheep shearing championship, The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has launched a large-scale public art campaign titled ‘Flock to the Show’.