Food Standards Agency
FSA September 2019 Board meeting now available online
A recording of the September 2019 Board meeting is now available.
The meeting was chaired by Food Standards Agency Chair Heather Hancock.
The agenda included discussion on these items:
- an update on our food hypersensitivity work and implementation of the allergen labelling review
- future plans for the UK food and feed labs system
- our approach to uncertainty and risk
- the review and next steps of the campylobacter reduction programme
- a progress update on antimicrobial resistance (AMR)
19 September 2019 Board meeting
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