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John Barnes will discuss earned recognition at this year's food safety conference

Firms ‘must prepare for promising’ earned recognition

By Matt Atherton

Food Manufacture’s food safety conference will arm delegates with the latest information on earned recognition, according to Enmoore food safety consultant and former Food Standards Agency (FSA) boss John Barnes.

Just three days are left to book your early bird ticket at the Food Manufacture Group’s one-day food safety conference

Three days left for food safety conference early bird ticket

By Michael Stones

Just three days remain to book your early bird ticket for Food Manufacture’s food safety conference 2017 on Thursday June 22 at Woodland Grange, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, ahead of the deadline on Friday (April 28).

The Food Safety conference early bird ticket offer ends this Friday, April 28

Food safety conference: last week for early bird ticket

By Michael Stones

This is the last week to book your early bird ticket for Food Manufacture’s food safety conference 2017 on Thursday June 22 at Woodland Grange, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, before the offer expires on Friday (April 28).

A Gloucestershire butcher was told to pay £54,000 for food hygiene offences, and unauthorised sales

Maggoty meat butcher to pay £54,000

By Matt Atherton

A meat firm has been ordered to pay £54,000 in fines and costs for seven food hygiene offences, after a bag of putrefying meat filled with maggots was found behind a freezer.

This year's food safety conference will build on the success of last year's event staged in London

Food safety conference helps plan for change

By Michael Stones

The Food Manufacture Group’s one-day food safety conference will help businesses prepare for change over the next five years, according to food hygiene consultant and former Food Standards Agency (FSA) boss John Barnes.

Third-part hygiene audits could become key to future regulation

Permits to trade needed under new hygiene regime

By Rick Pendrous

Food businesses would need a ‘permit to trade’ before being allowed to start up, under new proposals from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) being considered as part of its Regulating the Future programme, which seeks to radically change the way food hygiene...

The Food Standards Agency has hit back at claims one in four abattoirs fail to meet basic food hygiene standards

FSA denies food hygiene failings in abattoirs

By Matt Atherton

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has denied claims that more than a quarter of abattoirs fail to take basic food hygiene precautions in preventing contaminated meat entering the supply chain.

Morrisons and Co-op feature in this gallery of food and drink recalls

Morrisons leads product recalls – in pictures

By James Ridler

Morrisons recalled batches of cupcakes for undeclared allergens last week, ahead of a recall of illegally repackaged frozen fish and chicken products in Scotland.

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