7 March 2017

The CIS Excellence Award nominations close on Friday 10th March. Have you applied?

18 November 2015

Food Standards Scotland and NHS Health Scotland have launched new guidance to help restaurants, cafes and takeaways improve their children’s menus.

6 January 2015

The Scottish Government has launched Eat Better Feel Better, a campaign to encourage people across Scotland to make healthier choices.

15 September 2014

We are urging healthyliving award holders to get involved with Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight, get involved, eat Scottish.

2 June 2014

Congratulations to Sodexo on their achievement of the 2014 Healthier Scotland Award.

12 February 2014

The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland

The Elementary Food and Health Course This short course covers the relationship between food and health. It is designed to provide nutritional information to people working in a wide range of catering outlets from staff canteens, school nurseries and community groups to restaurants and café bars.

19 February 2013

The FSA in Scotland is holding an event on 30th April in Dundee about their nutrition research and surveillance programme and the public health nutrition issues that matter. The day will include talks from academic, industry and government speakers.

12 February 2013

Nominations are open until Friday 8 March for the CIS Excellence Awards 2013. Open to ALL types of establishments involved in Scotland's catering, hospitality and tourism industries, the CIS Excellence Awards are the industry's ultimate accolade. Full details are available at the all-new cis-excellenceawards.com

6 December 2012

This Christmas the Food Standards Agency has an online advent calendar full of top tips and useful links for safer festive food. They'll also be tweeting and sharing daily tips across their social media networks.

15 August 2012

The IGD (Institute of Grocery Distribution) have just published a free PDF summarising the existing evidence for portion size and consumption behaviour and recommendations for future research.

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