Food Standards Scotland and Young Scot have teamed up to help you learn how to prepare and cook food safely and eat more healthily, on a budget.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the way we are doing our food shopping and likely increased the amount we are cooking at home. To make sure you’re doing all you can to avoid food poisoning, here are some useful things to remember to help keep you and those around you safe.
When you eat well, you feel well. Check out this guide on how to chow down on the right balance of healthier and more sustainable food. It'll show you how much of what you eat overall should come from different food groups.
Whether it’s strolling around with toilet paper stuck to your shoe or sending a private message to the wrong person, we all have our cringe moments. But letting people know about your food allergy shouldn’t be one of them.
Keep learning while school's out during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak using these fun, interactive games all about food safety and kitchen hygeine brought to you by Food Standards Scotland.
Food Standards Scotland are here to help us all make informed choices about what and where to eat, keep us safe and encourage a healthy diet. Check out this introduction to learn what Scotland's public sector agency for food and drink does to put consumers (like you) first!
We’ve all been there, peering into an open fridge wondering “is that still okay to eat?” The fact is, there are all sorts of ways we put ourselves and those that we prepare food for at risk of food poisoning. Check out this guide to common kitchen crimes to stay safe in the kitchen.
Stay safe by following the four C's of food safety. This useful guide will help you keep food poisoning bacteria out of your kitchen.
There are loads of ways to save money on food and drink in the supermarket. Some of the healthiest options turn out to be the cheapest options too. Check out our guide to make every food aisle visit feel like a middle aisle bargain.