Public concern about food safety has grown sharply in recent years and in the front line are the environmental health departments, responsible for regulating food production, distribution, retailing and catering. This paper reviews the strategic and national aspects of local authority responsibility for food. It is primarily concerned with the impact of the Food Safety Act on the environmental health function, but also considers the responsibilities of other local government professions who play a part in the enforcement of food safety and consumer protection. The paper should be of interest to local authority environmental health and trading standards staff, veterinary officers and meat inspectors, and anyone with an interest in food safety.
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