Public’s perception of UK National Food Recalls conducted by the Food Standards Agency.
Turrell, Bethany Hannah May
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The Food Standards Agency (FSA) was created in 2000 as an independent Government department set up by an Act of Parliament to protect the public’s health and interests in relation to food (FSA, 2016a). The agency is responsible for food safety and food hygiene across the UK and is led by a board of members with extensive knowledge, experience and skills. The agency’s role is to provide advice and information to the public and the government on food safety, nutrition and diet. They are also responsible to protect the public through effective enforcement and monitoring and to support consumer choice through accurate and meaningful labelling. The values of the agency include; putting the consumer first, acting independently, openness and transparency, science- and evidence- based and enforcing food law fairly (FSA, 2016b). In order for the FSA to work effectively all food business must work aside the FSA and follow all relevant procedures put in place to ensure their business works effectively and abides by law.
BSc (Hons) Food Science and Technology
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