Tag: FSAI

Reopening of Food Businesses

Reopening of Food Businesses

As we approach the 5th of May, many food business operators are preparing contingency plans regarding how they can begin reopening- even if only partially; once restrictions allow them to do so. In light of the Covid-19 outbreak, there has been an abundance of guidance issued to food businesses regarding how to ensure the safety […]

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Advice for food business operators – COVID-19

Advice for food business operators – COVID-19

Advice for Food Business Operators Today we find ourselves in an unprecedented situation, one which most of us had no contingency plans to cover. We try to prepare for every possibility, every unexpected event or adverse weather condition, however, no one could have prepared us for this. Maybe it is our own fault, for reacting […]

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Latest BSE Scare for Ireland

Latest BSE Scare for Ireland

BSE or Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy has again caught public attention with an isolated case confirmed on a farm in County Louth on the 11th of June. BSE is a disease that damages the brain and central nervous system and eventually leads to the death of adult cattle. An unknown fact about BSE is that an […]

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Certified Online Training designed to the FSAI (Food Safety Authority of Irelands)

Certified Online Training designed to the FSAI (Food Safety Authority of Irelands)

Certified Online Training designed to the FSAI (Food Safety Authority of Irelands) training framework The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) state that it is a legal requirement that all staff involved in a food environment are trained and the responsibility for training of staff lies with the proprietor of the food business.  Training certificates […]

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Food Security is not all Horse!

Food Security is not all Horse!

We have been deceived, abused and placed in a vulnerable position by people that have broken every Food Safety Regulation. A friend of mine completed a Postgraduate study on Food Security two years ago, which necessitated research in Africa. My thinking at that time was food is a precious commodity and will become increasingly scarce […]

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