We are continuing to provide advice and guidance to food businesses who are offering a takeaway and delivery service, or have diversified into offering a take away or delivery service during the current restrictions.
See also advice and guidance from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health to help you trade safely and should supplement your existing food safety management procedures.
We are responsible for the regulation of food safety in a wide range of businesses within Bedford Borough; from corner shops and takeaways, to large supermarkets, hotels and manufacturers.
Food businesses must register with us before opening, and can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for advice and guidance. The Food Standards Agency website offers a range of advice and guidance for businesses and industry.
We also provide advice to consumers who have questions or problems with food issues.
Our main areas of activity are:
- food hygiene and standards inspections / interventions
- dealing with complaints about food and food businesses
- investigating possible cases of food poisoning
- promoting food safety
Advice for business regarding Brexit
As the UK Government continues to prepare for exiting the EU, we appreciate there may be uncertainty regarding the details and what the practical impacts of an EU Exit may have on your business.
To help you to plan for the potential outcomes of leaving the EU, a range of information and guidance about regulatory compliance and implications for your business has been produced by the Government.
You can access this on Prepare your business for EU Exit with additional information for the:
UK Government will update and provide further information regarding terms of the exit from the EU at www.gov.uk/euexit.