Food Standards Agency
FSA Board Meeting now available online
Last week's open Board meeting is available as a video-on-demand and as a podcast. It was being chaired by Food Standards Agency Chair Heather Hancock. It will be available as a video-on-demand within the next few days.
The agenda included discussion on these items:
- The FSA's review of food withdrawal and recall processes
- An update on the FSA’s programme to drive improvements in animal welfare standards in slaughterhouses in England and Wales.
20 September 2017 Board meeting
Food Standards Agency open Board meetings are also available as podcasts. This means that complete audio coverage of each meeting can be downloaded onto your computer or MP3 player for accessing at your convenience.
This meeting’s podcast, as well as a video-on-demand format, will be available within the next few days.
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Board meeting agenda: 20 September 2017
Hilton Hotel, Belfast
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