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FSA publishes results of hygiene trial with Tesco Subscription

10 Mar 2017 | By Ian Quinn

The Food Standards Agency has moved a step closer to a new light-touch model for the UK’s Food Hygiene Ratings System

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Beekeeping practices, not fraud, may cause honey's added sugar

09 Mar 2017 | By Carina Perkins

One in seven pots of honey in Europe could have been “adulterated” with added sugar, a new report has warned

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Meat inspection rules set for post-Brexit overhaul Subscription

09 Mar 2017 | By Carina Perkins

The FSA admitted to “uncertainty over the future shape of official controls following Britain’s exit from the EU”

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Lotus Biscoff Biscuit Spread recalled over metal fears

03 Mar 2017 | By Carina Perkins

The jars carry best before dates in February and March 2018


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Will FSA reform 'loosen the reins' on big food business? Subscription

16 Mar 2017 | By Carina Perkins

The FSA board has stressed self-regulation is not on the cards

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Princess Anne lines up a royal rumble with GM comments Subscription

22 Mar 2017 | By James Halliwell

It’s always fun when the Royal Family weighs in on matters of national importance

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Supermarkets seem switched on over free-range eggs crisis Subscription

24 Feb 2017 | By Kevin White

The big supermarkets seem switched on to the threat to free-range eggs

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Brexit could mean a flood of US foods the public don't want Video

08 Feb 2017 | By Chris Elliott

Much of the recent discussions between Theresa May and Donald Trump were centred around a trade deal


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Latest FSA campylobacter report had 'no hidden agenda' Subscription

01 Sep 2016

Sir, I can assure you there was no hidden agenda

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Marketers have not been listening to consumers Subscription

20 Jul 2016

Sir; Brexit is a statement from the people who buy our products and our brands that we are not listening to them


Responsible work on antibiotics should be recognised Subscription

07 Jul 2016

Over the past five years the UK has reduced antibiotic use in the poultry meat sector by 44%

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