FSA publishes public attitude tracking results
Britain’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published the results of its biannual tracker survey which revealed food safety issues are still a concern for consumers.
The top food safety issues of concern for survey respondents were food hygiene when eating out (39 percent), food poisoning (32 percent), the use of additives in food products (29 percent) and date labels (29 percent).
Other concerns from consumers were food waste, food prices, and the amount of sugar in food.
The survey, which began in 2010, was conducted in November of last year.
The full survey results can be found here.