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Safer food, better business (SFBB) is an innovative and practical approach to food safety management. It has been developed to help small businesses put in place food safety management procedures and comply with food hygiene regulations.
There are a number of SFBB packs available that are designed to meet the specific needs of different food businesses:
The factsheet 'Working with food? What you need to know before you start' provides an introduction to food hygiene.
The online guide, available in 16 different languages, will help food businesses implement SFBB and train staff on SFBB. The guide can be viewed online at food.gov.uk/sfbbtraining .
If you would like an SFBB pack or diary refill, please download and print them from the links in this section.
This food safety management pack has been developed to help small catering businesses such as restaurants, cafés and takeaways comply with food hygiene regulations.
This food safety management pack has been developed to help retail businesses across the UK comply with food hygiene regulations.
Safer food, better business has been adapted for small catering businesses such as restaurants and takeaways that serve either Chinese cuisine or Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan cuisines.
Safer food, better business for Chinese cuisine is available in Traditional Chinese.
The Food Standards Agency has produced a 'Safer food, better business' (SFBB) pack especially for childminders. The pack gives simple, straightforward advice on food safety, including information on feeding babies and children, cooking, cleaning, chilling and looking after a child with a food allergy.
A Safer food, better business (SFBB) supplement has been produced to help caterers and staff working in small residential care homes prepare and cook safer food for their residents. The supplement is not intended for use in nursing homes, because there may be other food safety procedures that need to be applied, which are not covered by SFBB, for example a full infection control policy.
These teaching resources were developed in partnership with Highfield.co.uk and Northampton Catering College. The materials are specifically related to Safer food, better business (SFBB) and are intended to promote understanding of SFBB among catering students.
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