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The New Zealand Government Steps Up Strategy

June 21, 2017 Paul Wilson Food Safety Management No comments

The New Zealand Government is stepping up it’s strategy another level in the battle to bring down food-borne related illnesses, with the latest reductions being due to the Campylobacter Strategy being an encouraging result. There is now a New Zealand-wide study being developed that will compare sources of foodborne and non-foodborne cases of Campylobacter.

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Antibacterial soaps and wipes, are they worth it?

June 21, 2017 Paul Wilson Insider No comments

There’s no benefit to using antibacterial soaps over standard soap and water?! Micro-biologist John Brooks gives us his views on the merits and pitfalls of antibacterial soaps, wipes and antibiotic resistance.

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The Food Act 2014 came into force 1 March 2016

June 21, 2017 Paul Wilson Food Act 2014 No comments

The Food Act 2014 takes a new approach to managing food safety. Find out more about the Food Act and what it means for you.

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New food law means daycare centres could have to pay thousands to be checked.

June 21, 2017 Paul Wilson News No comments

Early childhood centre managers question a new law that means they will have to pay thousands of dollars to be allowed to cook and serve food on their premises – is there a need for another layer of regulation?

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