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Food Safety for Businesses

Fife Council’s Environmental Health department are also able to provide you with a wide range of help.

Setting up a new business

Don't spend your money unnecessarily. It's better to get things right from the start. We can save you from making expensive guesses.

Training

We can support in implementing a food safety management system such as Cooksafe and RetailSafe

As our responsibilities include enforcing legislation, we will inspect your food premises to ensure that you comply with the relevant food hygiene and food standards legislation.

Food Standards Scotland (FSS) are responsible for all labelling and standards policy in Scotland.  They are involved in a range of initiatives to investigate what improvements you would like to see in relation to food labelling.

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