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UK ban on all feeder rodent imports from Lithuania used as pet food to reduce spread of Salmonella

Food Standards Scotland has imposed a Scottish ban on all feeder rodent imports from Lithuania used as pet food, after a link was confirmed between a Salmonella outbreak in people and feeder rodents used for reptile food originating from a premises in Lithuania.

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New chair for Food Standards Scotland

Board member Heather Kelman appointed to succeed Ross Finnie.

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Ross Finnie welcomes delegates to the Global Conference for Food Safety Regulation and Sustainability

Speech by Ross Finnie, Chair of Food Standards Scotland, to welcome delegates to the Global Conference for Food Safety Regulation and Sustainability. The conference took palce on 10 November, and was timed to coincide with COP26.

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Food Standards Scotland responds to the UK Government’s Healthier Lives Policy

Ross Finnie, Chair of Food Standards Scotland, responds

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COVID-19 Statement - Food Standards Scotland, Food Standards Agency and representatives of the UK Meat Industry

On Thursday (9 April), Food Standards Scotland, the Food Standards Agency and leaders of the UK’s meat industry, large and small, held a constructive meeting to keep track of our combined responses to the challenges created by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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