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FOOD HYGIENE TRAINING COURSES

Food hygiene courses run in Kent, Essex, Surrey Sussex, & London or online
via e-learning. Food hygiene courses are available at level 1 and level 2 and
suit any person who needs a food hygiene certificate to gain employment or
for their current working environment. Medi Aid (UK) Ltd offer a comprehensive range of food hygiene training courses designed to ensure that your food handlers meet the training requirements of the Food Hygiene (England) Regulations and are fully conversant with the practical procedures and methods of applying food hygiene in the workplace.

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We are accredited by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) & Highfield Awarding Body in Care to deliver Food Safety Courses. Full list of courses can be seen on our courses page.

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Medi Aid (UK) LTD

24 Station Road

Newington

Sittingbourne

Kent ME9 7JS

 

Tel: 0800 634 86 23
Mob: 01634 540999

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Latest Food safety news from around the world -from just-food.com

Food market quotes of the week - Bonduelle, Maple Leaf, Tyson

Thu, Feb 23, 2017

There were two major acquisitions announced in the US this week, with France's Bonduelle moving to buy produce supplier Ready Pac Foods and Canada-based meat processor snapping up meat-free player Lightlife Foods. Staying in the US, companies including Tyson Foods, General Mills and Mondelez International gave an update on their strategies for growth at the Consumer Analyst Group of New York investment conference in Florida. Elsewhere, Ireland's Glanbia announced plans to spin-off its domestic dairy business.

Food market news of the week - Unilever, Ready Pac Foods, Lightlife

Thu, Feb 23, 2017

Hours before the start of the working week came the biggest story - Kraft Heinz withdrawing its proposed takeover bid for Unilever, just two days after publicly confirming its interest. By Wednesday, Unilever had announced a review of its business to see how it can improve shareholder value. In a busy week of M&A, France's Bonduelle struck a notable deal for US produce peer Ready Pac Foods, Maple Leaf Foods became the latest meat company to invest in meat-free by buying Lightlife Foods and Ireland's Glanbia set out a plan to spin-off its domestic dairy business into a joint venture. Click on the headlines for the full stories.

Tyson Foods to make antibiotics-free push in US retail - CAGNY 2017

Wed, Feb 22, 2017

Tyson Foods has announced all of its chicken products sold under its namesake brand in US retail stores will be made without the use of antibiotics.