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Transport and Delivery - Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Ready-to-eat food supplied from a catering business is at risk from contamination with food poisoning bacteria from raw food if both are transported together. It is essential that both raw and ready-to-eat foods are fully wrapped and kept separate during transportation. Separate, clean, food grade containers should be used for food in transit.

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland
Please come and visit our stand (E 20) if you need any information on; starting up a food business, putting allergens and calories on your menus, food labelling, food safety requirements, food safety legislation or HACCP or if you would like to be in with a chance of winning a Safe Catering Pack worth over €60.

FIC | Food Legislation - The Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Food Safety Authority of Ireland, The Exchange, George’s Dock, IFSC, D01 P2V6, Dublin 1. FSAI advice line: 1890 33 66 77 | Tel: +353 1 817 1300 | Email: info@fsai.ie Facebook Twitter

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Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland Safe Food To Go - Food Safety Authority of Ireland can cause food poisoning. Food poisoning can be very serious. FSAI advice line received 2,739 food complaints in 2015 The number of complaints about unfit food was down 12% and complaints about food poisoning were down 4%.

Droša pārtika - Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Food Safety Authority of Ireland Abbey Court, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1. Food Safety Advice Line: 0 Tālr.: 01 817 1300 Fakss: 01 817 1301 E-pasts: info@fsai.ie Tīmekļa vietne: www.fsai.ie ©2010

SC7 fitness to work assessment - Food Safety Authority of ...
SC7 - Fitness To Work Assessment Form This form may be used for existing food handlers, for new food handlers on recruitment and for return of food handlers to work after illness. Name of Employee: Date of Assessment: Reason For Assessment: (Tick Box) Existing food handler Pre-employment assessment Return to work after illness 1.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Some of the FSAI’s publications were discussed, in particular the ‘Safe Food to Go’ leaflet which is available in a number of languages. Action: EL will send links to some of the foreign language leaflets to the members.

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland
Safe Food To Go - Food Safety Authority of Ireland E. coli are found in the gut of cattle and is mainly associated with eating undercooked minced beef, e.g. beef burgers, but cross contamination from raw meat can transfer these bacteria to other foods.

Minutes of HACCP Steering Committee Meeting September 2010 ...
The Steering Committee members were in favour of having some basic food hygiene material in Indian/Bengali. Agreed: The members agreed that the leaflet ‘Safe Food to Go’ would be an ideal document to translate. Action: LOC will discuss this with the Training Division.

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland
Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland Safe Food To Go - Food Safety Authority of Ireland can cause food poisoning. Food poisoning can be very serious. FSAI advice line received 2,739 food complaints in 2015 The number of complaints about unfit food was down 12% and complaints about food poisoning were down 4%.

Guide to Good Hygiene Practice - Food Safety Authority of ...
This Guide to Good Hygiene Practice is the collaborative work of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, the Health Service Executive and Country Markets Ltd. The guide is aimed at the low-risk producers in country markets who account for the majority of food produced and sold at our weekly markets. Producers of high-risk foods are directed

Green Potatoes | FAQ | The Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Green Potatoes. Q. Why do potatoes go green? Potatoes will often go green when they’re not stored properly and they're exposed to light. This is due to formation of chlorophyll (which is found in all green plants), however the green colour is a useful indicator that levels of certain toxins that are harmful to humans, known as glycoalkaloids, may be increased.

Make a Complaint | The Food safety Authority of Ireland
Make a Complaint. Don’t accept unfit food or poor hygiene practices. You have a right to safe food whether you’re eating out in a restaurant, ordering food to go or doing your grocery shopping. If you’re not happy with the standard of hygiene in a restaurant, ...

Information for Caterers on Microbial Toxins and Marine ...
Food Safety Authority of Ireland – Safe Catering: Your guide to making food safety Food Safety Authority of Ireland – Guidance Note No 15 Cook-chill Systems in the Food Service Sector National Standards Authority of Ireland – I.S. 340:2007.

Preparation and Handling - Food Safety Authority of Ireland
raw food. Consider if the food is safe to use. Dispose of unsafe food. More supervision/ better training/ re-training of staff. Dispose of unsafe food. More supervision/ ... separate equipment for use with raw and ready-to-eat foods. What to do if things go wrong SeCTION 3_SAFE CATERING PLAN / 14

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