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
Withdrawal of Further Batches of Durra Pickled Grape Leaves due to Elevated Levels of Pesticide Residues
Withdrawal of Dried Beans Originating from Nigeria due to Potential Presence of Pesticides
Recall of Batches of Purple Sweet Potatoes from China Due to Presence of Pesticides and Fungicides
Withdrawal of Mong Lee Shang Glutinous Rice Cakes Due to Presence of Unpermitted Additive Erythrosine (E 127)
Undeclared Milk in Batches of Vista Foods Deluxe Battered Chicken Burgers and Battered Chicken Nuggets
Undeclared Mustard and Celery in Batches of S&B Golden Curry Japanese Curry Mix
Starting a Food Business
All the information you'll need for starting a food business
Do you trade with the UK as part of your food business? See our information on Brexit.
Information on COVID-19 and food safety.
Make a Complaint
Food Safety Authority of Ireland, The Exchange, George’s Dock, IFSC, D01 P2V6, Dublin 1.
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