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How often do you change the sponge in your kitchen? Well, it might not be as often as you should. 

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The body that represents councils in England, The Local Government Association (LGA), is pressing for England to follow Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in making it compulsory for food businesses to display their Food Hygiene Rating (FHR).

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In 2016, we supported one of our clients through the process of handling one of the UK's largest ever outbreaks of illness, both customers and staff. This could happen to you - are you prepared for it?

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Have you considered benchmarking within your business? Benchmarking is an ideal way to ensure that you are meeting and exceeding industry expectations and therefore vital in encouraging business performance. 

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A staggering 7.3 million tonnes of food is wasted each year, making it vital for us to make an effort with the way we buy and consume food, in order to prevent wasting it. 

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Brunch is a lifestyle choice and one to be enjoyed with family and friends – especially on lazy weekend mornings. But many of us may not be aware of the hidden dangers of brunch!

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First Big Ben was silenced and now MP's are requesting a cat to help solve their pest problem in the Houses of Parliament. But do these health and safety issues sound ridiculous or realistic?

Eggs have recently hit the headlines again and many of us may be concerned about food safety issues. 

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and local authorities are clamping down on businesses that are failing to comply; and new sentencing guidelines have toughened penalties.

The FSA recently published research, showing that people with food allergies are more confident about eating out since allergen information rules were introduced in 2014.


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