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99.9% of meat and milk free from illegal residue in 2021
Barry Murphy
Testing of some 15,922 food-producing animal samples in 2021 found that just 18 were identified as being non-compliant with illegal residues.
5 October 2022 Dealer
Creed’s former adviser’s new job
Jonathan Hoare was previously an adviser to Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed.
7 September 2022 News
Farmers need to ‘double down’ on communicating their sustainability
The healthy credentials, food safety standards and sustainability of Irish food needs to be better communicated to a domestic audience, the Minister for Agriculture has said.
Irish dairy farming ‘far less environmentally intense’ - Bord Bia
Bord Bia pushed the green credentials of Irish dairy produce as part of its pitch to potential Japanese buyers in Tokyo this week.
2 September 2022 News
Social entrepreneurs spotlight: Positive Carbon
In our social enterprise series, we are speaking with some of Ireland’s most innovative social entrepreneurs. This week, it's food waste management specialists Positive Carbon. Janine Kennedy writes
3 August 2022 Careers
Food safety concern with no import checks
The Food Standards Agency said it is “vital” that an inspection process is in place to prevent “unsafe food” from entering the UK.
29 June 2022 Northern Ireland
IFJ Junior-Food safety will keep everyone happy
Calling all you cooks! Whether you’re preparing food indoors or helping with the barbeque, follow these safety tips for tasty summer cooking, writes Ciara Leahy.
15 June 2022 Feature
Raphoe Mart’s café closed by Food Safety Authority of Ireland
The FSAI found that the premises was not kept clean and that no surface cleaning chemicals were available on the premises.
9 June 2022 News
Glyphosate not cancerous - EU expert group
The European Chemicals Agency believes the universal herbicide to not be carcinogenic, a boost towards its continued use.
8 June 2022 News
FSAI audit saw non-compliance with food law in many food businesses
The audit included five meat processing establishments and three slaughterhouses, which are under the supervision of the Department of Agriculture.
4 June 2022 News