Cafés, restaurants, supermarkets and other food retailers located in Northern Ireland now must display a hygiene ratings sticker showing patrons just how hygienic their business really is. The Food Hygiene...

FSA study confirms aspartame ‘safe for human consumption’ People who self-identified as ‘sensitive to aspartame’ showed no symptoms after consuming food containing the artificial...

Raw milk controversy continues even after bath milk recall The debate around raw milk continues after dairy company Mountain View Farm recalled its Organic Bath Milk product. The recall came after the...

New UK food allergen labelling rules for UK restaurants New EU food labelling laws have been introduced in the UK, requiring restaurants and takeaway outlets to tell customers if any of the main 14 food...

70 per cent of chicken sold in UK supermarkets infected with campylobacter bacteria, Food Standards Agency The UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published the cumulative results from the first two...

FSA defers decision on raw milk in UK as Australia considers raw milk regulation The UK’s food safety regulator, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has decided to maintain current regulations controlling...

The Food Standards Agency is reminding people to follow some simple safety steps this Christmas when preparing their turkeys, to help keep the festive period free from the misery of food poisoning. Many...

Milk and meat from the offspring of cloned animals would not need to carry labels informing consumers of the origin of the food, the UK’s food-safety watchdog has argued. A meeting of the Food Standards...

The UK’s Food Standards Agency has said that milk and meat from cloned cattle and their progeny is “hypothetically” safe. A meeting of the UK food watchdog’s Advisory Committee...

The UK Food Standards Agency is reminding caterers and consumers of the importance of refrigerating fish properly, following a number of incidents involving scombrotoxic fish poisoning during the (UK)...