Dr Pamela Byrne, chief executive of Food Safety Authority of Ireland, and Dr Bernhard Url, executive director of the European Food Safety Authority. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

The world has to wake up to the implications of a new era of rapid food innovation, including the generation of synthetic meat that will be routinely (...)

Celtic Pure  chief executive Padraig McEneaney.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has served a partial closure order on the water company at the centre of a product-safety recall over arsenic in it(...)

Hostelworld said it was looking forward to the important summer season given the negative impact weak consumer sentiment in several EU markets had had on bookings

Monday Indicators: Euro zone inflation (Jul). Meetings: Machine Translation Summit 2019 (Helix, Dublin City University). Tuesday Results: Medtronic(...)

Govindas vegetarian restaurants on Middley Abbey Street, One of Dublin was issued with a food safety closure order over fears of a cockroach infestation last month.  Photograph: Google Street View

One of the Govinda’s vegetarian restaurants in Dublin was issued with a food safety closure order over fears of a cockroach infestation last month. (...)

Agents from the FSAI, who sources say were supported by the Garda in the unannounced inspection, made copies of company and financial records from Celtic Pure during the operation last week. Photograph: iStock

A Co Monaghan water company at the centre of a product safety recall over arsenic in its products was raided last week by the Food Safety Authority of(...)

A full list of the affected products and batch numbers is available on fsai.ie. Photograph: iStock

A mechanical failure on a filtration device caused the level of arsenic to climb above legally acceptable levels in a batch of water products shipped (...)

A number of types of bottled water from Aldi, Lidl, Dunnes Stores, Londis and Spar chains have been recalled over higher than normal levels of arsenic.

A number of types of bottled water from Aldi, Lidl, Dunnes Stores, Londis and Spar chains have been recalled over higher than normal levels of arsenic(...)

People are advised not to drink two types of bottled water from retail chains

Two types of bottled water from the Spar and Londis retail chains have been recalled over higher than normal levels of arsenic. The Food Safety Autho(...)

Most salt   is consumed before we hit the salt cellar at the table

An upsurge in salt intake may be linked to thousands of extra cases of heart disease, stroke and stomach cancer, a new study has found. Excess salt (...)

Obesity costs the State €1.2 billion a year. Photograph: iStock

The Minister for Health, Simon Harris, has signed into law the ability of physicians to prescribe cannabis-based drugs for a variety of conditions. N(...)

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