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The consumption of bottled water containing certain ...
A 2007 study of the microbiological safety and quality of bottled water on sale in Ireland found that 7.2% of bottled water tested failed to meet European microbiological standards1 or guidelines2 (FSAI, 2008).This study raised a question as to the food safety risks posed by such water so in January 2009,

Fresh Produce Safety in Primary Production in Ireland
4. WATER 13 4.1 Assessing the Vulnerability of Water to Contamination 13 4.2 Assessing the Suitability of Water for Intended Use 14 4.3 Corrective Actions to Address Water Contamination 19 4.4 Irrigation 21 4.5 Pesticides (plant protection products and biocides) 22 4.6 Hydroponics 22 4.7 Washing and Rinsing (on farms) 22 5.

MICROBIAL High Pressure Processing of Foods
filled with potable water. A pump connected to the pressure chamber pressurises the water, i.e. hydrostatic pressure, and this pressure is then transmitted, i.e. applied, to the food through its packaging via the water. As the pressure acts instantaneously and is equally distributed, there is no obvious crushing effect on the packaged food.

FSAI NEWS
water and water quality, organic waste as soil improvers and fertilisers, GMO technology in food production, Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), PCBs and dioxins in food and nanotechnology. The MoU is available at www.fsai.ie. Page 3: Cooperation Between Ireland and China on Food Safety Page 5: National Consultation on Calories on Menus ...

Appraisal of new and emerging food processing technologies ...
energy reduction and optimisation of water resources. New and emerging food processing technologies (including thermal and non-thermal technologies) are being developed in order to safely meet the growing demand of consumers for greater choice, while maintaining the sensory and nutritional quality of food.

National Microbiological Surveillance 2010 | Surveillance ...
Microbiological quality of raw chicken fillets that are sold loose, but were previously distributed in gas flushed packaging (10NS3) February: Aerobic colony count Pseudomonas species: Bacteriological and Chemical Safety of RTE Dried Seeds and RTE Nuts: April – July. Salmonella spp. E. coli Microbiological safety and quality of bottled water

Other Changes to Safe Catering Pack | Safe Catering Pack ...
Other Changes to Safe Catering Pack Preparation and Handling step. Food mixers are no longer listed as complex equipment. Complex equipment is the term given to items of equipment that can be very difficult to clean.

Labelling | Shelf-life | FAQs | The Food Safety Authority ...
Labelling. How should shelf-life be labelled on food products? Annex X to Regulation (EU) No. 1169/2011 sets out the requirements for the display of either the ‘best before’ or ‘use by’ date. For ‘best before’ declarations the actual date of minimum durability should be preceded by the words ‘best before’ where the day is indicated, otherwise ‘best before end’ must be declared.

Marketing Standards | Meat - Poultrymeat | Food ...
Marketing Standards for Poultrymeat Regulation (EU) No 1308/2013 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 671–854)of 17 December 2013 establishing a common organisation of the markets in agricultural products and repealing Council Regulations (EEC) No 922/72, (EEC) No 234/79, (EC) No 1037/2001 and (EC) No 1234/2007 (CMO Regulation) (Note the above Regulation links to the consolidated version, there have ...

HACCP | Food Businesses - Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Benefits of HACCP. HACCP based procedures provide businesses with a cost effective system for control of food safety, from ingredients right through to production, storage and distribution to sale and service of the final consumer.

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland
- Food Safety Authority of Ireland other person, the local authority in whose functional area the water is supplied, or the local authority otherwise designated under Regu-lation 5(3); “water intended for human consumption” means— (a) all water, either in its original state or after treatment, intended for drinking ...

Domestic Practice | FAQ' s | The Food Safety Authority of ...
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland does not recommend washing chicken (or any other poultry) in running water. This is because, when raw poultry is washed in this manner, the harmful bacteria present on the raw poultry may be sprayed around the washing area contaminating cloths, work surfaces and potentially other foodstuffs.

REGULATION (EC) No 1924/2006 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ...
quality of water intended for human consumption (3); (d) Directive 2002/46/EC. Article 2 Definitions 1. For the purposes of this Regulation: (a) the definitions of ‘food’, ‘food business operator’, ‘placing on the market’, and ‘final consumer’ set out in Articles 2, 3(3), 3(8) and 3(18) of Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 of the

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland
The basic standards governing the quality of drinking water intended for human consumption are set out in Council Directive 98/83/EC. Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland The E. coli O104 outbreak identified in Germany in May 2011 resulted in a total of 852 hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS) cases and 54 deaths.

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland
Water. The basic standards governing the quality of drinking water intended for human consumption are set out in Council Directive 98/83/EC. Raw milk found to contain harmful bacteria Raw Milk Found to Contain Harmful Bacteria. Tuesday, 10 March 2015. A ...

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