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Are you aware that new EU acrylamide legislation is being introduced next year?  From April 2018, food businesses throughout the UK must implement practical measures to manage acrylamide within their food safety management systems.

Do you work in the hospitality industry or restaurant sector? Effective pest control is absolutely vital to ensure that high standards of safety and hygiene are maintained.

From the beginning of December right through to Christmas Eve, it's officially office party season. Choosing the right place can be difficult enough, but it is also vital to remember a venue's food hygiene rating before you book it up for your party.

The adage goes ‘your body is a temple’ and treating it as such requires a careful understanding of what is going into your diet. However, food labels are often inundated with jargon which is either misunderstood or just not understood at all. 

When it comes to food safety, relying on common sense and 'gut feeling' is not longer sufficient. Farmers and food and drink manufacturers must meet requirements of strict regulations.

The European Commission is currently negotiating a deal with Mercosur, however discussions may be delayed as France pushes for improved protection for EU farmers and workers and pursues a food safety inclusion in the deal.

Are you trying to implement Digital Safety Management (DSM) into your hospitality business?

It’s becoming increasingly popular for businesses to convert to working digitally, and the kitchen is no different in following the trend. When it comes to managing food hygiene and health & safety restaurants are looking for innovative ways to manage their management online.

Food Alert/Hands Partnership have now partnered with the Royal Borough of Greenwich on behalf of those clients using the Food Alert/Hands Partnership food safety manual.  

Did you know that the antibiotic resistance is a major threat to public health? Antibiotic Research UK estimates that there are 400,000 cases of reported antibiotic resistant infections, with nearly 5,000 deaths per year in the UK. 

The way in which personal data is stored and processed is changing and, if you do not comply with new legislation due to be launched in 2018, there could be serious consequences for your business.

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