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FSAI wants country's food inspections evaluated

A major review of Ireland's food inspection programme is being undertaken, just months after the horse meat scandal raised serious questions for the food industry across Europe.

8th June, 2013

A major review of Ireland's food inspection programme is being undertaken, just months after the horse meat scandal raised serious questions for the food industry across Europe.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has sought tenders from consultants to undertake an evaluation of the official food control inspection system and make recommendations for how it could be improved.

It is hoped that the review will enhance consumer protection by recommending how the present inspection...

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