In the UK, agriculture is the most dangerous sector to work in, with fatalities up to 16 times more likely to happen than in the general workforce. Farming is...
Nobody is ready for BRC’s Vulnerability Assessments
30 June, 2015
With supply chains becoming increasingly complicated and food scares very much at the forefront of consumer and retailer consciousness, BRC have moved to...
Tim Bailey is Acoura's Managing Director of Agriculture and Food Manufacturing.
"I joined SFQC (now Acoura) over 12 years ago, originally for a two-year post,...
Yesterday the Food Standard Agency (FSA) released the findings of a year-long study into campylobacter levels in store-bought chicken. The results, 73% of...
Last week, Flicks Restaurant of Belfast, was fined a record £110,000 for causing the largest E.coli occurrence ever recorded in Northern Ireland.
This month’s guest article comes from Dawn Dickson of Davidson Chalmers and addresses the impact the Children and Families Act 2014 may have on your...
Protect your customers from Campylobacter poisoning
12 January, 2015
Every year campylobacter is responsible for over 280,000 cases of food poisoning in the UK, with 80% of those instances thought to be associated with raw...
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