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Everyone can remember when horse meat found itself on menus back in 2013, but what about the more recent 250,000 servings of beef lasagne containing pork?

An inspection by an Environmental Health Officer (EHO) should provide an opportunity to showcase the high standards to which you operate. This is your chance to achieve or retain that coveted 5 Food Hygiene Rating.

It has been more than two years since the law on how allergen information must be provided by food businesses was changed. Despite this, a recent survey by the FSA and Allergy UK found one in four had suffered a reaction while eating out since the new legislation came into force.

Go For Gold


The results of the FSA's Total Diet Study which was published today, confirm that people in the UK currently consume higher levels of acrylamide than is desirable. This campaign is part of the FSA's wider work to reduce the level of the chemical that people consume through raising awareness of how it is produced.


Downing Street has welcomed talk of a quick deal with Donald Trump’s new administration but Theresa May has been warned by campaigners and politicians that a rushed trade deal with Donald Trump's US administration could put the NHS, the environment and food safety at risk.

Workplace culture

Many hospitality professionals are reviewing their workplace culture with a view to improving it.

Tablet examiner


As the top CIEH Premium Centre, Food Alert is proud to announce that, in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, we are launching a modern paperless solution to multiple-choice question examinations.


This innovative approach to taking your CIEH course exam brings you great benefits:

CIEH Award

Food Alert is featured on the latest edition of Environmental Health News. The article discusses Food Alert’s year as the winner of the CIEH Best Premium Centre Award 2015-2016.


New research by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has found that thousands of consumers are still suffering allergic reactions despite the introduction of new allergen legislation in December 2014.



Protecting customers, the public and employees from legionnaire’s disease is an incredibly important responsibility for any hotel. Over 300 cases of Legionnaire’s disease are reported annually, with the large majority of these diagnoses being easily avoidable.


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