This year the FSA will focus Food Safety Week on promoting good food hygiene behaviours at home, focusing on the ‘4 C’s’, Chilling, Cooking, Cleaning and avoiding Cross-contamination. The suggested behaviour changes for each of the 4 C’s can help prevent most forms of food-borne disease and, by having better hygiene behaviours, this could help reduce the number of food poisoning cases.
Cllr Adrian Collett, Cabinet Member for Regulatory Services at Hart District Council, said: “Educating residents and businesses about good food hygiene is key to make sure everyone is handling and cooking food safely. Supporting this national campaign is a great way to spread the word about eating well and staying safe this summer.”
You can find out more about food safety and the 4 C’s by downloading the ‘Definitive guide to safe summer food’ online viawww.food.gov.uk or you can keep up to date with Food Safety Week 2017 by following the FSA on Twitter @foodgov.
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