Food hygiene in Birmingham – April 2016
Posted on 5th April 2016 by Su Balu
We regularly talk about food hygiene— quite simply because it is so important. The food we eat needs to be safe; if it isn’t people can suffer food poisoning, get sick and, in rare cases, even die.
Birmingham Food Council Spring Newsletter 2016
Posted on 23rd March 2016 by Kate Cooper
We’re about to begin our third year. Our Spring 2016 Newsletter reports on what we’ve achieved over the last couple of years…
Project to raise food hygiene standards in Birmingham
Posted on 15th February 2016 by Kate Cooper
In collaboration with the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Birmingham Environmental Health, we’re several months into a project to raise food hygiene ratings in the city. We’ve begun by targeting care homes, schools and nurseries — and I’m delighted to report, we’ve had several successes!
Food hygiene in Birmingham’s care sector
Posted on 18th August 2015 by Administrator
Chances are that you’ve suffered from a bout of food borne illness (food poisoning) in your time: unpleasant, uncomfortable, but probably mild; possibly resulting in absence from work/ school, possibly a trip to the Doctor or pharmacist? Occasionally though a serious illness; occasionally leading to death.