Representatives from the UK meat and processing industry met with the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) earlier this week to discuss concerns over recent cases of non-compliance.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is confident that its plans for risk-based regulatory change under the Regulating our Future initiative will not be “knocked off course” by the outcome of the Brexit negotiations, currently underway.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) needs to develop more trusting relationships with the food businesses it regulates if it is to get them to share more information, its chairman Heather Hancock acknowledged in her Campden BRI lecture last month.
Mounting calls for Britain's food and drink manufacturers to be more closely regulated to cap the levels of salt, fat and sugar in their products are likely to lead to a government consultation to delay making any difficult decisions before the next...
Government efforts to ease regulatory burdens could cause as many problems as they solve for food manufacturers, according to delegates at Cranfield University’s UK food production symposium, ‘Building robust supply networks’.