Food Standards Agency
Open Meeting of Welsh Food Advisory Committee
The Welsh Food Advisory Committee of the Food Standards Agency is holding its next open meeting in Cardiff on Thursday 10 January 2019.
Topics for discussion include food allergies and intolerance in Wales
Anyone with an interest in the work of the Food Standards Agency is invited to attend this meeting and share their views and participate in an open question and answer session.
The meeting will be held at the Food Standards Agency Wales, Southgate House, Wood Street, Cardiff, CF10 1EW.
Registration and coffee are available from 10:00 with a prompt start at 10:15.
To book a place, or for further information, please telephone 029 2067 8999 or email: WalesAdminTeam@food.gov.uk
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