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# Food Safety

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Video: How does the food safety inspection process work in Ireland?
Second set of horsemeat tests published by FSAI
9 tips for keeping your body infection-free
Two Chinese restaurants among 12 enforcement orders served last month
FSAI says 29 out of 634 beef products tested positive for horsemeat
Ikea pulls meatballs from European countries after horsemeat tests
Poll: Have you stopped eating ready-meals because of the horsemeat scandal?
Horsemeat: Focus on Naas company over imported Polish meat
New chairman appointed to Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Brussels calls for mandatory beef DNA tests across the EU
What meat import is most frequently rejected by Ireland?
Company behind the horse burgers scandal apologises
David Cameron call for investigation into horse meat
Poll: Will the horse meat controversy stop you from buying beef burgers?
Number of food safety orders increased 30 per cent in 2012
Vhi issues warning ahead of busiest day for treating accidents and injuries
October highest month in 10 years for enforcement orders
Organisations honoured for putting food safety first
Food allergies are on rise in Ireland
Parents warned after US lawsuit filed against Monster energy drink makers
At least 49 cases of E.coli after outbreak at Belfast restaurant
Damn you, science! US researchers debunk 'five second rule'
You've been warned: Don't eat the mushrooms growing in the wild
Warning over future counterfeit food threat
The Evening Fix...now with added gecko tongue
Should eggs be stored in the fridge? The Answer.
11 closure orders served on businesses in August
Watchdog to crack down on growing 'food fraud'
Fourfold increase in food safety enforcement orders in July
'Incorrect and inconsistent': Food businesses criticised over allergen controls
Seven enforcement orders issued by Food Safety Authority in May
Warning about health risks after 1 tonne of meat stolen in Dublin
Six restaurants closed over food safety concerns in February
Live insects, a tooth and a dead rodent: found in food here last year
Ivory Tower restaurant has closure order lifted
Bottled water 'safer' - but industry still needs improvement
High Court orders closure of Seamus O’Connell’s Cork restaurant
Seamus O'Connell's Ivory Tower in Cork closed by food safety unit