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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.


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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Contact Us

Medi Aid (UK) LTD

24 Station Road



Kent ME9 7JS


Tel: 0800 634 86 23
Mob: 01634 540999

Fax: 0800 634 82 90


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

China arrests over expired milk powder prompt Fonterra "review"

Mon, Oct 24, 2016

New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra is reportedly conducting an internal review after reports that Chinese police had arrested 19 people in Shanghai on suspicion of selling around 300 tonnes of the company's expired milk powder.

Japan proposes country of origin labelling for processed food  

Fri, Oct 14, 2016

The Japanese government has proposed new rules requiring country-of-origin labelling for all processed food on sale in the country.

China lifts 17-year ban on Italian pork imports

Thu, Sep 29, 2016

Italy has welcomed the lifting of a ban by China on imports of fresh pork from northern Italy that was imposed in 1999 over fears of swine vesicular disease.