Advice line: 1890 33 66 77
The FSAI provides advice to businesses on how to produce safe food
The FSAI ensures that food produced and sold in Ireland meets high standards
The FSAI puts consumers' interests first and foremost
The FSAI ensures that food complies with legal requirements
Recall of Dunnes Stores Easy Cook Rice due to Insect Contamination
Mars Chocolate Drinks Recalls Certain Milk Drink Products Due to Elevated Levels of Bacillus species
Recall of Batches of St Felicien, St Marcellin, Sechon de Vache and Tommes du Dauphine Cheeses Due to Verotoxigenic E. coli O26:H11
There are no recent food allergen alerts
The principal function of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) is to take all reasonable steps to ensure that food produced, distributed or marketed in the State meets the highest standards of food safety and hygiene reasonably available. The FSAI aims to ensure that food complies with legal requirements, or where appropriate with recognised codes of good practice.
We operate an advice line on 1890 33 66 77 that provides information and advice on a range of food safety issues.
Staffed by trained advisors and food scientists, the advice line is open from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Breakfast Bites - Making Nutrition and Health Claims on Foods
October 2nd - 2nd
Food Safety Authority of Ireland, Abbey Court, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1
Small Food Business Start-Up Seminar, Cork
October 9th - 9th
Silver Springs Moran Hotel, Tivoli, Co. Cork
Taking Care of Business, Dublin
October 16th - 16th
Printworks Conference Centre, Dublin Castle
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