Martin Higgins, chairman, FSAI and Dr Pamela Byrne, CEO, FSAI. Photograph:  Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland has developed a new DNA tool that will enhance the ability to fight food fraud. It enables the entire genetic con(...)

“A reference diet needs to be linked to the culture and traditions of a country, and take account of where food is grown so you don’t end up with high food miles.” Photograph: iStock

Vegetarian eating one or two days a week is “good for everyone” while red meat is recommended two or three days a week, according to the updated guide(...)

A “juvenile rodent” had been seen in the dining area and main kitchen at  Casement Aerodrome  earlier in the month. File photograph: Eric Isselée

The Air Corps officers’ mess at Casement Aerodrome in Baldonnel was among nine food premises served with closure orders last month after health inspec(...)

Christmas turkey, carved at the table. Photograph: iStock

“Think of it like a big chicken.” Those words of wisdom, attributed to chef and restaurateur Neven Maguire, have calmed the nerves of many a Christmas(...)

Evidence of rodents gnawing at bread packaging was uncovered at a Tesco store in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim. Photograph: Getty Images

Evidence of rodents gnawing at bread packaging was uncovered at a Tesco store in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim when food safety inspectors went to th(...)

Mediolanum Banking Group, PartnerRe and Coinbase will now join lead occupiers Walkers Global, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland and Ronan Daly Jermyn at the Exchange

The first office block built within Dublin’s original IFSC since 2003 is now fully let after Iput and the Cosgrave Property Group agreed terms at €538(...)

A food stand at Semple Stadium, Thurles, was hit with a closure order in September.

A live rat coming from a drain after a tap was turned on, black mould engrained on chopping boards and flies mixed into dough were some of the reasons(...)

Bags of unwashed spinach leaves have been recalled from all the major supermarket chains over the possible presence of a potentially lethal bacteria. (...)

One of the Avonmore soups affected by the recall.

Glanbia is recalling batches of Avonmore Fresh Soups due to the possible presence of small plastic pieces. The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSA(...)

The 1l packsize version of Baby Pure Water

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has ordered a recall of all batches of a type of pure water for babies amid safety concerns. On Tuesday, (...)

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