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The Food Safety Authority of Ireland report found that some cereals and yoghurts contained extremely high levels of sugar, fat and saturated fat.
Next-generation DNA sequencing tool aims to facilitate easier detection of potential food fraud and/or misleading labelling.
The results of a month-long push by the European Commission to encourage EU member states to become more involved in E-commerce has revealed 428 incidents of unauthorised novel foods sold online in Europe.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has revealed its 2017 figures, showing a 42 per cent increase in complaints relating to non-display of allergen information.
19 July 2016 | By Victoria White, Digital Content Producer
A consultation has been launched by FSAI on EU regulations that allow some prepacked food products to be exempt from displaying nutrition information...
16 March 2016 | By Victoria White
The FSAI has published the results of a Total Diet Study carried out to assess the dietary exposure to a number of chemicals that may pose a risk to health...
Minister Coveney chairs informal meeting of Ministers from Member States directly affected by the mislabelling of processed meat products
13 February 2013 | By Government of Ireland
Simon Coveney chaired a meeting...
15 January 2013 | By Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI)
FSAI published the findings of a targeted study examining the authenticity of a number of beef burger, beef meal and salami products...