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New regulations on cooking burgers come into force

28 February 2017 by
New regulations on cooking burgers come into force

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has released details of new regulations which come into force tomorrow stating that all businesses serving minced meat products, such as burgers, must obtain specific approval to serve them anything less than thoroughly cooked.

The new regulations take effect following a consultation period by the agency and also apply to caterers selling less well-cooked burgers. Any restaurants wishing to serve less than thoroughly cooked burgers will need to seek verification from their meat supplier that they are approved either by the FSA or their local authority.

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