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Christmas edition of BITES Newsletter

Bites Vol1 It’s here! The Christmas edition of “BITES” is available here for FREE. Featuring top tips, compliance advice and news articles on food safety as well as health and safety, it is useful to all businesses, particularly those starting out or growing their business. It also gives a list of all the ways we can […]

Newsletter now available!

Finding it hard to keep up with food safety news? Struggling to understand the legal jargon in which the laws are written? It is not surprising with all the food laws and guidance notes to be aware of. At Farm-Fork, our aim is to make compliance less complicated, by using our specialist knowledge gained from […]

Food Safety Training – 100% Pass rate!

Food Safety candidates pass with flying colours! We delivered some food safety training for an associate today using the new CIEH (Chartered Institute of Environmental Health) Foundation level qualification in food safety. This course replaces the previous “Level 2” and is aimed at anyone who works with or handles food. A fantastic introduction into all […]

“B” in food safety

A-Z of Food Safety – “B”   Today, we are continuing with the A-Z of food safety, and moving on to the letter B. 

Leicester Business Festival – “Food for thought”

Exciting news! We are privileged to have been chosen to speak at this years’ Leicester Business Festival on food law. You can now book online for our FREE event on 30th October 2017, 7-9pm, at College Court, Leicester, which also has free on-site parking. Are you: New to the wonderful world of food production? Setting […]

“A” in Food Safety

A-Z of Food Safety – “A” Hi all, As promised, today we start with the A-Z of food safety! Each day, I will be giving you my “top 5” food safety insights for that letter.

The answer is…

As you know Farm-Fork will provide you with only the highest quality food safety advice. So, which was which? The one on the left of the picture was the one adulterated with peanuts. This is more common than you think and why it is important to only buy from reputable suppliers and retain all supplier invoices. […]