Our overarching purpose is to support and develop a sustainable food chain, a healthy natural environment, and to protect the global community from biological and chemical risks.
The approach & determination of NIAS has evolved over the last 20 years in food contact materials
Groundnuts contaminated with aflatoxins is increasing,
6 x the annual average.
Book now for our November & December 2016 proficiency tests before it's too late.
A focus of scientists at Fera is how to provide the food industry with better tools to identify these risks before they become incidents.
20 October 2016
Recent research from Fera Science Ltd – the joint venture between the Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs and Capita – has shown the advantages of using real food matrices for proficiency testing.
17 October 2016
If you think you have seen an Asian hornet, please notify the Great British Non Native Species Secretariat alert email address at firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
18 May 2016