Food Hygiene Certificate

Level 1, 2 or 3 Food Hygiene courses , so what are the differences between them?

Confused – you don’t need to be! Knowing the difference between Food Hygiene courses is a piece of cake. The Food Safety Act 1990 has created a clear standard of training. Each level of training caters for the needs of food handling with increasing levels of consumption risk. Food risks included the possibility of physical …

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Food hygiene covid19 safety – 5 smart steps for catering in coronavirus

With restaurants reopening in a Coronavirus world, now is the time to ensure that your food hygiene safety is outstanding and your premises and staff are ready to receive customers safely. You may be excited to start welcoming customers again, or concerned about how to keep your staff and customers safe, but effective Covid-19 controls …

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BBQ Food safety

Food Hygiene safety: 5 tips for BBQ’s, camp food and picnics

Food Hygiene safety within Covid-19 restrictions – is it possible? By limiting socialisation and recreation to gardens and outdoor spaces we are all going to be spending more time outside with our loved ones than ever. And what better as the weather improves than to share food together. Make sure you are serving and preparing …

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Food hygiene certificate and qualifications – keep us safe.

Food hygiene certificate and qualifications provide controls which do more than just provide rules to work with in a kitchen or production line. They have a whole host of broader benefits for the food that we eat and the society we live in. Food Hygiene Certificate The most common food hygiene certificate obtain in the …

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Bacteriophage virus attacking a bacterium

What are bacteriophages and could they be a solution to bacterial contamination in food?

It seems crazy to suggest introducing a virus to make food safer, especially in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic, but there are viruses which have the ability to kill bacteria. There are already countries in Europe and further afield using these bacteriophages in food production to destroy bacterial contamination. What is a bacteriophage? A …

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Everything you need to know about Bacteria in Dairy Production

Without bacteria in dairy production, products like cheese and yoghurt would not exist.  However, for safe food production it is critical that only the right bacteria are allowed to grow and thrive, and that harmful pathogenic bacteria are eliminated from the production and processing. Bacteria in Milk Bacteria in dairy production begins with the milk. …

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