Publications Results

A review of foodborne viruses in fresh produce on the island of Ireland

Date: December, 2017. Norovirus and hepatitis A virus are recognised as the main viruses of public health concern.

Little Steps

Date: 2010, 2009, 2008. Developed by safefood and the Health Service Executive in collaboration with the Health Promotion Agency, Northern Ireland.

The folate status of pregnant women; the current position

Date: December, 2017. Providing an up-to-date analysis of the folate status of pregnant women. The data presented will inform policy and practice relating to folic acid.

Time the turkey to perfection this Christmas!

Date: December, 2010. If you are buying a fresh turkey, buy it as close to Christmas as possible, bring it home quickly and store it in the fridge. If you are buying a frozen turkey, get it into the freezer without delay and keep it there until you are ready to defrost it.

A good practice guide for community food initiatives

Date: August, 2010. Food poverty arises when people lack the money or other resources needed to eat a healthy diet. The overarching objective of Healthy Food for All is to end food poverty on the island of Ireland.

What are the estimated costs of childhood overweight and obesity on the island of Ireland?

Date: November, 2017. To guide and inform our response to this public health crisis.

Let's take on childhood obesity

Date: September, 2017. Evaluation of a 3 year public health campaign.

Stay safe with duck eggs

Date: 2010. While duck eggs are a natural, nutritious food, they do need to be handled and cooked with greater care than quality assured hens’ eggs.

Weigh2live (Audio files)

Date: 2010. Free independent advice on weight loss. Audio files.

Evaluation of the Community Food Initiative Programme 2013–2015

Date: August, 2017. Highlighting the key findings from the independent evaluation of the programme

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