The FSA and their so-called ‘Risky foods’The FSA’s apparent change of heart on raw drinking milk over the summer earlier this year seemed like a breeze of fresh air, a more rational and reasonable approach to the management of food safety risks looked to be in the making. It now seems that a return to historical paranoia is the order of the day.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has recently invented a new category of so-called ‘risky food’. What this new category is for? If the foods had undue risk then why has the FSA not chosen to ban them?
The consumption of almost all foods involves a safety risk. We already have a very effective system for