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Food Safety Authority of Ireland

Food Safety Authority of Ireland

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) was established under the Food Safety Authority of Ireland Act, 1998. The principal function of the FSAI is to protect consumers by leading a collaborative food safety community to continuously raise food standards and create a culture of excellence.

"Our vision is safe and trustworthy food for everyone"

FSAI are a statutory, independent and science-based body, dedicated to protecting public health and consumer interests in the area of food safety and hygiene. They come under the aegis of the Minister for Health and currently have a Board of ten. They also have a 15 member Scientific Committee that assists and advises the Board. Therefore, decisions relating to food safety and hygiene take account of the latest and best scientific advice and information available.

Strategy 2019-2023  


For more information visit https://www.fsai.ie/about_us.html