The FSA, or the Food Standards Agency, is a department within the UK’s government that regulates food policy and its influences on public health.

The Food Standards Agency is the regulatory body that is responsible for protecting the health of citizens in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in relation to food, whilst the FSA Scotland does the same for the Scottish nation. The FSA oversees labelling policy, the enforcement of safety standards, and regulations concerning food hygiene. 

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