Three quarters of respondents to a survey in the United Kingdom say good hygiene will be more of a factor in choosing a restaurant than before the lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
More than three quarters of Germans consider food sold in the country to be safe to eat, according to a recent report.
Results come from a representative population survey by the German Federal Institute for…
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Researchers have detailed the first reported Clostridium perfringens outbreak in England associated with leeks in leftover and reheated cheese sauce.
In December 2018, public health authorities were alerted to 34 reports of diarrhea with abdominal…
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The concern of consumers about food safety in the United Kingdom has gone up based on results of a survey by the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
Findings from November this past year show 45 percent…
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Consumers in the United Kingdom are increasingly concerned about food safety, according to a survey recently published.
The report, from Lloyd’s Register, was compiled from online research of 1,000 U.K. consumers in August 2019.
The Codex Committee on Food Hygiene met in Cleveland, Ohio earlier this month to talk about food allergen management, biological foodborne outbreaks and guidelines to control E. coli.
Codex Alimentarius is a collection of standards,…
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The Food Standards Agency is currently more concerned about issues relating to food standards than hygiene, according to the authority’s chief executive.
Emily Miles, chief executive of the Food Standards Agency (FSA), said the agency…
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Tens of thousands of food hygiene checks went overdue in 2017 and 2018 in the United Kingdom, according to a watchdog group.
Unchecked.uk found that only 11 percent of councils managed to carry out all…
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The number of official samples taken and food standards controls in England, Wales and Northern Ireland has declined from last year, according to statistics published by the Food Standards Agency.
Figures cover food law enforcement…
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More than seven out of 10 businesses are increasingly confident about food safety regulation in Ireland, according to a survey.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) found almost three quarters of firms said food…
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A caterer in Singapore has had its food hygiene grade cut following a link to a foodborne Illness outbreak.
A total of 52 people reported having gastroenteritis symptoms after eating food provided by Stamford Catering…
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