4 Principles of Food Safety
Food safety is something that anyone and everyone should be able to practice, whether at home or in the workplace. However, it’s not always clear how to ensure that hazards such foodborne illnesses can be avoided.
What is the difference between food hygiene and food safety?
If you’re looking to work in the food and drink industry, or even if you’re already employed, then there’s a good chance that you’re going to need or have already undergone some kind of training. It could have been called food hygiene training; but it could also have been called food safety training. The question is, what’s the difference?
The Importance of HACCP in Food Safety Training.
One of the most important approaches for ensuring good food hygiene, HACCP is used all over the world. But why is it important?
Supermarket spotlight: The Top 5 Trends in 2019
Supermarkets may seem to be a sector of the retail industry that remains largely unchanged, however we look to some of the key trends shaping 2019.
The War on Plastics: Is our Recycling Infrastructure The Real Problem?
Millions of tons of plastic packaging is being created in the UK every year, but is the infrastructure really there to support recycling on this scale?
How to avoid Food Shopping waste.
With food prices on the rise in the UK, shoppers are becoming ever more careful with their household budgets and supermarket trips. It’s so easy to end up overspending with just a few impulse buys, or wasting money by throwing food away.
The impact of sugar tax: what's next for the food industry?
Earlier this year The UK government introduced a tax on the manufacturing of high-sugar soft drinks, but will it have the desired effect of tackling obesity?
How long is a Food Hygiene Certificate Level 2 valid for?
The Level 2 Food Hygiene certificate is the most popular food safety course, but how long does it last, and when do you need to renew it?
Young People in Hospitality: Catering and Hospitality as a Career
Many young people work in hospitality, but there is a notable gulf between their perceptions of the sector and the potential career opportunities which it offers.