FSA annual science report published

Posted: 18 September 2014 | The Food Standards Agency | No comments yet

The Food Standards Agency’s Annual Science Report has been published…

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The Food Standards Agency’s Annual Science Report has been published today. The report provides information about our investment in science, evidence and analysis during 2013/14.

The report covers a range of topics including:

  • our efforts to reduce foodborne disease
  • our work on food allergy and intolerance
  • activities following the horse meat incident
  • the outcome of the review of our radioactivity in food monitoring programme

Professor Guy Poppy, FSA Chief Scientific Adviser, said: ‘Science really is at the heart of the FSA. This report highlights the work of the Agency over the past 12 months and really shows the breadth of the important work carried out to protect consumers’ interests in relation to food.’


The FSA is keen to make the Annual Science Report as useful as possible. To help us review which style of report is useful, please complete this short survey to tell us what you think and email it to [email protected] by Friday 17 October 2014.

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