Publications Results

Risk profiling Listeria in ready-to-eat foods

Date: June, 2018. This report deals with the study concerning L. monocytogenes in Northern Ireland only.

Food safety knowledge and skills among SMEs on the island of Ireland

Date: May, 2018. SMEs constitute the vast majority of food businesses across the island of Ireland.

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.

Iodine status on the island of Ireland

Date: March, 2018. An assessment of iodine status of teenage girls and infants on the island of Ireland.

Food allergens in prepacked foods

Date: February, 2018. Accurate labelling is essential for food hypersensitive consumers to make safe food choices.

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.

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.

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.

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