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FSA report shows improvement in Food Hygiene Rating in Wales

A report published by the Food Standards Agency recently has shown that 65% of food businesses in Wales now have a food hygiene rating of 5.   84% of food businesses are now displaying their food hygiene ratings on the entrance to their premises to customers in Wales, where it is mandatory. This is compared to just 21% of businesses who displayed their…

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Contamination of UK mobile phones and hands examined

At least one in 6 mobile phones in Britain is  contaminated with faecal matter, according to research from Queen Mary, University of London.   The most likely reason for the presence of potentially harmful bacteria on mobile phones  is people not washing their hands properly or for long enough, with soap after going to the toilet. Queen Mary's School of…

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FSA publishes latest Public Attitudes Survey

The Food Standards Agency conducts a Public Attitudes Tracker bi-annually to monitor changes in consumer attitudes towards food-related issues. Results obtained in November 2017 have been published. The survey is conducted in England, Wales & Northern Ireland by interviews with approximately 2000 adults. We have extracted the main results as they relate to food safety issues. The full report findings…

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