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Last month the FSA published its strategy for improving food over the next five years and recommitted to its mission of food you can trust.
The five-year strategy reflects the FSA’s greater responsibilities now that the UK is outside of the EU and takes into account growing public concern about health and climate change. You can find the full strategy here.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has confirmed the list of CBD products that are now one step closer towards being authorised. The CBD Public List shows which products have a credible application for authorisation with the FSA.
The FSA is launching the next phase of Speak Up For Allergies. The campaign will encourage young people to support friends with allergies when eating in restaurants and the important role front of house staff to provide allergen information effectively.
Following the publication of the Government’s Levelling Up White Paper yesterday, Susan Jebb, the FSA Chair welcomes plans for a pilot aimed at improving school food standards.
26th ACSS Plenary Meeting
9th ACMSF Meeting
10th Feb COT EFSA BPA Opinion Meeting
15th AFFAJEG Meeting
18th AEJEG Meeting
22nd FCMJEG Meeting
29th COT Meeting
30th ACNFP Meeting
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Recent Publications from across the FSA and SACs
Designed to inform the scope of the Kitchen Life 2 project. The literature review provides information on a range of interesting topics including, handwashing when preparing food, cooking, chilling and defrosting behaviours and adherence to use-by dates.
This report gives a summary of social media analysis divided by key categories to build our understanding of the views and concerns of the public when it comes to food in 2019-20. This was an interesting period to look at the way people were talking about food about how interests and concerns changed alongside global events.
The Food Standards Agency is calling for retailers, manufacturers and suppliers to submit evidence on the safety of plastics which are recovered from the open environment and recycled for use as food contact material.
We've launched our annual survey to learn more about how useful you find our website.
The report presents results of testing for specific antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in bacteria, from lamb and turkey meat on retail sale in the UK between October 2020 and February 2021.
A third of UK consumers are willing to try lab-grown meat and a quarter would try insects. New FSA research finds that knowing these alternative proteins are safe is the top factor in encouraging consumers to try them.
Dates for your diary
5th FCMJEG Meeting
19th AFFAJEG Meeting
28th AEJEG Meeting
10th COT Meeting
25th AFFAJEG Meeting
7th FCMJEG Meeting
7th June SAC Chairs Meeting
8th ACNFP Meeting
10th June New SAC Members Induction
14th AEJEG Meeting
14th ACSS Plenary Meeting
15th FSA Board Meeting
23rd Science Council Open Meeting
23rd ACMSF Meeting
12th COT Meeting
13th COT Workshop
3rd FCMJEG Meeting
6th COT Meeting
7th ACNFP Meeting
14th FSA Board Meeting