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Food alerts are issued by the Food Standards Agency (FSA). They let local authorities and consumers know about problems associated with food and, in some cases, provide details of specific action to be taken.
Food alerts occur when there is reason to believe that a food may cause consumers to become ill.
Possible reasons include:
There are three main type of food alerts:
Search for the latest food alerts by visiting Food Standards Agency – news and alerts.
To sign up for email or mobile food alerts visit Food Standards Agency – email and mobile updates and alerts.
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