What you need to know if you own a food business
Staying on the right side of food production and retail is one of the most complicated and regulation driven in the world. British food standards are particularly high even without the influence of the EU. As we are now out of the EU it might be that these will slack off a bit so as to attract foreign investment like the famous chlorinated Chicken of the USA (banned from being sold in the UK whilst we were in the EU) . We might see some cheaper imports but the question of quality remains of great importance.
If you are an existing business owner you will need to have an updated record of Food safety and this is where Food Safety Consultants come in. https://mqmconsulting.co.uk/ are available to make sure that you are operating effectively and within the Law.
For new business it’s a very good idea to also use their services so that you have a head start on what you need to be doing to get things set up correctly. Out of everything else staying legal when it comes to food standards is essential otherwise you may find yourself in a sticky position regarding the law. For example, everyone handling and serving the food should have a Food Hygiene Certificate and the Environmental Health department from the local council should also be contacted to make sure that the property is up to the correct standard.