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New safefood campaign calls on consumers to make a clean break in the kitchen
Food safety body safefood has launched an awareness campaign to highlight how germs that cause food poisoning can easily spread in the kitchen.
Two Mayo take-aways were ordered to close last month
Two food businesses in Mayo were forced to close during October after closure orders were issued by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI). The two food outlets — Phoenix Garden Chinese, Bridge Street, Westport and Mr Kebab, Dalton Street, Claremorris — were served closure orders by environmental health officers; Mr Kebab for breaches in food safety legislation, pursuant to the FSAI Act, 1998 and Phoenix Garden for breaches of the EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulations, 2010.
Will Mayo’s contenders jump to the top of the Q?
Four local Mayo businesses have just been revealed to be amongst the top contenders at this year’s national Q Mark awards.
Keep safe at Christmas
The HSE West wishes service users, patients, and staff a happy and healthy Christmas. During the festive period, staff will continue to provide essential health services to people who need hospitals, ambulances, and emergency placements.
Closure order served on Mayo butchers
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland has served a closure order on a Ballyhaunis butchers for breaches of food safety.
Mayo consumer safety vital in bottled water
The National Standards Authority of Ireland in conjunction with the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, has launched a revised standard for bottled (or packaged) water to reflect recent changes in European and national legislation on food hygiene and traceability requirements.
Supermac’s in Castlebar recognised for quality service
Nominations for this year’s National Q Mark (quality) awards have just been unveiled and sitting top of the line-up is one of Castlebar’s most popular eateries, Supermac’s of Main Street.
Food hygiene award for Mayo General Hospital
The ARAMARK Healthcare team at Mayo General Hospital has retained the flagship ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems certification. This certification is a signal to all hospital users of the high standards of hygiene and food safety which are in place at MGH.
Gearing up for BBQ season
When the sun finally reappears for the summer, we can’t help being so overjoyed that we want to spend every possible second lapping it up.
A pig’s ear
Dear Galway First,