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What is traceability in Food Safety?

Traceability is a key part of food safety and is deeply ingrained in UK and European food legislation. It is the name given, under law, to the ability to track any feed, food, food-producing animal or substance that will be used in the consumption, processing, production, and distribution of food pr [...]
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How long should Food Safety records be kept for?

Maintaining food hygiene is not only essential from a practical food safety point of view, it is also important from the theoretical angle and this means that accurate records must be kept. This applies to all sections of the food chain Current Food Safety regulations Currently in the UK, the ma [...]
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A basic guideline to the time and temperature principle of food safety

One of the primary reasons for employees taking ‘sick days’ across the UK is due to contracting foodborne illnesses. The main reasoning behind the contraction of food-related illness is due to eating a food product that was not prepared in adherence to food safety principles, including adequate [...]
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What are the four C's of Food Safety?

The four C's of food safety are there to help you maintain the best possible standards of hygiene. Whether you're cooking at home for your family or you're a part of a busy dinner service in a Michelin-starred restaurant, always observe the four C's of food safety - Cleaning, Cooking, Chilling, and [...]
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