FSAI

AcronymDefinition
FSAIFood Safety Authority of Ireland
FSAIFirst Service Administrators, Inc. (Lakeland, FL)
FSAIFédération Suisse des Architectes Indépendants (French: Swiss Federation of Independent Architects)
FSAIFarm Safety Association, Inc. (est. 1973; Canada)
FSAIFrancheteau Soudure Acier Inox (French stainless steel company)
FSAIFellow of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland
FSAIFederal Student Aid Information
FSAIFinancial Security Assurance International (New York, NY)
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Alan Reilly, chief executive of the FSAI, said there are a number of factors that impact the types of food people choose to eat and that the government has a responsibility to ensure consumers are making informed choices about what they eat.
Ireland has ordered manufacturers of processed meat products to carry out DNA testing and to work with the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) to develop further tests.
The FSAI said the burgers had been made at two processing plants in Ireland and one in northern England.
Professor Alan Reilly, chief executive of the FSAI, said there was no health risk but also no reasonable explanation for horse meat to be found.
The Food Standards Agency in Wales said it had been in contact overnight with the retailers and producers named in the FSAI research.
The FSAI analysis also found traces of horse DNA in batches of raw ingredients, including some imported from Holland and Spain.
FSAi chief executive Alan reilly said: "What is particularly worrying is that we are seeing one to four-year-old irish children having the highest incidence of the illness.
(FSAI), a risk manager for the health-care industry and mid- to large-sized public and private employers, has acquired the self-funded division of Fringe Benefits Management Company (FBMC).
Alan Reilly, of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI), said the findings should reassure consumers.
But the Food Safety Authority Ireland (FSAI) and the UK FSA both Insisted health risks to the public are minimal and claimed the withdrawal was a precautionary measure.
But the Food Safety Authority Ireland (FSAI) and the UK FSA have both insisted health risks to the public are minimal and claimed the withdrawal was a precautionary measure.
Two specialists from the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) were brought in to attend a seminar arranged yesterday by the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KEVE).