Publications

The FSA produces a wide range of publications for the public and the food industry. Publications can be downloaded from this section.

We have a limited number of printed publications. Those that are in stock are available free of charge from Food Standards Agency Publications. To check availability and order copies:

tel: 0845 606 0667
minicom: 0845 606 0678
fax: 01375 484 556
email: foodstandards@ecgroup.co.uk

Please note all orders will be sent out on a 3 to 5 day delivery.

Business and industry publications

Safety and hygiene publications

Related pages

Safer food, better business for caterers

This food safety management pack helps restaurants, cafés, takeaways and other small catering businesses comply with food hygiene regulations. Your business can keep and complete records on a computer, or print them out for filling in.

Safer food, better business for childminders

This Safer food, better business (SFBB) pack is especially for childminders. The pack gives simple, straightforward advice on food safety, including information on cooking, cleaning, chilling, feeding babies and children, and looking after a child with a food allergy. The refreshed version of the pack has been updated to include new advice and is easier to use.

Safer food, better business for retailers

This pack is for small retail businesses that sell food, including any food that needs to be kept cold to keep it safe, such as milk, dairy products or sandwiches. These include small convenience stores, 'corner shops' and confectioners, tobacconists and newsagents. It has been developed to help retail businesses across the UK comply with food hygiene regulations.

Safer food, better business for Chinese cuisine

Safer food, better business has been adapted for small catering businesses such as restaurants and takeaways that serve Chinese cuisine. This new look version of the SFBB pack includes updated advice and is easier to use.

Safer food, better business supplement for residential care homes

This Safer food, better business (SFBB) supplement is for small residential care homes that prepare and cook safer food for the residents in their care. The refreshed version of the supplement (published in February 2016) has been updated to include new advice.

Food law inspections and your business

If you run a business that makes or prepares food, it will be inspected to make sure you are following food law. Find out what inspections might involve and the action that inspectors can take if they find a problem in your business.

Labelling publications

Foodborne disease and livestock

Wine standards forms

Following a consultation, the harvest forms were revised in August 2011 to enable electronic use. These are WSB10, WSB12, WSB14, WSB15, WSB20, WSB21 and WSB21B.

Schools resources

Publications: Northern Ireland