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 Tesco 16 Spicy Chorizo Slices Due to Presence of Listeria monocytogenes
Recall of all Ready Chef Prepared Parsnip Products due to the Possible Presence of Sulphur Dioxide
Recall of a Batch of Tuckins Sesame Seeds due to Presence of the Unauthorised Pesticide Ethylene Oxide
Recall of a Batch of The Wild Wok Vegan Gyoza Due to Possible Presence of Pieces of Plastic
Undeclared Egg and Mustard in additional Batches of Heinz Seriously Good Mayonnaise
Undeclared Whole Almonds in Lorge Roasted Coffee Beans Coated in Dark Chocolate
Possible Presence of Egg in Meadow Fresh Vegan Coleslaw
Undeclared Whole Almonds in McCabes Chocolate Arabica Beans
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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