Publications Results

Assessment of antibiotic resistant Escherichia coli in meat production systems

Date: August, 2016. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of E. coli resistant to three key classes of antimicrobials in raw meat.

Provenance confirmation of farmhouse cheeses produced on the island of Ireland

Date: June, 2016. A provenance verification scheme is needed for cheeses produced on the island of Ireland.

How they measure up: A simple guide to food labelling

Date: 2004. The aim of this leaflet is to help you pick out the information you need when you’re trying to choose between food products.

Safe hands

Date: 2006. Did you know that a quick rinse under the tap doesn’t actually get rid of dangerous germs? Most people don’t dry their hands either, but leaving hands damp actually helps germs to breed in the moisture.

Energy drinks in Ireland – a review

Date: March, 2016. Caffeine is the main active ingredient in energy drinks and so it is the focus of this report.

Cooking meat safely

Date: 2006. Sometimes it’s hard to tell when burgers and sausages are properly cooked and ready to eat. These meats can contain harmful bacteria throughout and it is important that they are cooked thoroughly to make them safe to eat.

Framework for a nutrition surveillance programme for the island of Ireland

Date: May, 2015. Output from all-island planning group.

Burnt outside but raw in the middle?

Date: 2006. To check that a burger or sausage is properly cooked, cut into the middle with a clean knife and check that it is piping hot all the way through, there is no pink meat left and the juices run clear.

What's in your Indian Takeaway?

Date: September, 2015. The aim of this survey is to provide a snapshot of the nutritional composition of a sample of popular takeaway Indian meals.

What’s in your favourite wraps?

Date: September, 2015. Looks at the nutritional content of a popular and convenient "on-the-go" food, the wrap, and sheds light on whether it is a healthy option.

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