The Food Standards Agency now has content in different forms across the web. Find out what we have to offer including our interactive tools, campaign adverts, blogs, podcasts and RSS news feeds.
Our corporate site contains all the latest Food Standards Agency news, Food Alerts, Consultations, science, research and regulatory information.
Andrew Wadge, the FSA's Chief Scientist, is currently running a blog. Find out what he's up to, what he's thinking and have your say on the day's top food issues.
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Open Board meetings podcast service
Food Standards Agency Open Board Meetings are also available as podcasts. Subscribing to our podcasts means that complete audio coverage of each meeting is automatically downloaded onto your computer or MP3 player for listening to at your convenience. More about our podcasts
Food Safety Week
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Online training for enforcement officers
Food allergy training online An interactive food allergy training tool, developed by the Agency, highlights steps that should be followed to make sure good practice is used in the manufacture and production of food.
Vacuum packing training online An online training course about vacuum packing and modified atmosphere packing of food, developed by the Agency, aims to give enforcement officers a better understanding of these packing processes, and the importance of microbiological safety in their use.
Food hygiene video online The FSA's Bacteria Bite Business video, which demonstrates the importance of good food hygiene, is available to watch online.
Food sampling advice video online As part of the Agency’s continuing commitment to low cost training for local authority food enforcement officers, you can see our food sampling video online.
The Food Standards Agency website uses a free news feed so it's now even easier to stay updated with news, press releases, food alerts and allergy alerts.
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