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Restaurants & Takeaways Fail on Allergy Information

Food Allergy Information Failure how to display allergy information

Every year, 5000 people with food allergies need hospital treatment for severe allergic reactions and 10 die from food-related anaphylaxis
Since December 2014, takeaways have had to join other types of food business in providing accurate information on the allergens in their food, but many are still failing to do so.
The 14 allergens are: cereals containing gluten, crustaceans, eggs, fish, peanuts, soybeans, milk, nuts, celery, mustard, sesame, sulphur dioxide/sulphites, lupin, molluscs.

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TBDS Menu Allergen Identification Service – STOP allergy information failiure. Let us do all of the hard work and develop an easy to undestand and use system for your restaurant and website. Take a look here

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REHIS Training Stirling November

REHIS Training 

Five reasons you need to book a REHIS elementary food hygiene training course today

1.You will satisfy legal requirements for your workplace and as an employer, comply with current EU 852/2004 Regulations on the Hygiene of Foodstuffs and the new Food Hygiene (UK) Regulations 2006.

2.REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene training is a professionally and nationally recognised certificated course which provides training in the principles and best practice of good food hygiene.

3.You ensure the safety of your customers & service users

4.You learn skills for the workplace – prepare food safely and confidently

5.A poor food hygiene score published food safety score by your local EHO or the serving of an improvement notice for non-compliance could have serious implications for your business or organisationrehis training. http://www.tbds.co.uk

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Scarborough Hotel Owner Fined

Hotel Owner Fined Over Food Hygiene

It has been reported By Yorkshire Coast Radio News that:http:www.tbs.co.uk
The owner of a hotel in Scarborough, North Yorkshire has been found guilty of food hygiene offences after a case brought against him by Scarborough Borough Council.

Victor Robertshaw, the owner of Brentwood Hotel on New Queen Street, pleaded guilty to four offences under the Food Safety and Hygiene (England) Regulations 2013. He was fined a total of £1,500 including criminal court charges, a victim surcharge and costs.

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REHIS Food Hygiene Training Inverness

REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene Training Course In Inverness

elementary food hygiene training curse invernessREHIS Certified Trainers TBDS are running an open Elementary Food Hygiene Training Course In Inverness on  Wednesdsay October 15th 9.30 – 5.00 pm in Inverness Youth Hostel. Places are still available for purchase on line a the TBDS website

Five reasons you need to book an elementary food hygiene training course today

1.You will satisfy legal requirements for your workplace and as an employer, c omply with current EU 852/2004 Regulations on the Hygiene of Foodstuffs and the new Food Hygiene (UK) Regulations 2006.

2.REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene is a professionally and nationally recognised certificated course which provides training in the principles and best practice of good food hygiene.

3.You ensure the safety of your customers & service users

4.You learn skills for the workplace – prepare food safely and confidently

5.A poor food hygiene score published food safety score by your local EHO or the serving of an improvement notice for non-compliance could have serious implications for your business or organisation

elementary food hygiene training in inverness