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Food hygiene ratings and API.
Full list of approved food establishments.
Latest Food and You survey data.
Apr 2016–Feb 2017
The Food Standards Agency publishes all Government procurement card (GPC) transactions. This supports the Government's drive for transparency and the Agency's own core value of openness and transparency.
Mar 2016–Dec 2017
A rolling 12 months of cash receipts broken down by month and income stream.
Feb 2016–Dec 2017
A rolling 12 months of debtor days information broken down by month and providing a measure of the average time taken for debts to be paid.
Sep 2010–Jun 2017
A monthly-updated list of all FSA spending over £25,000. Published as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.
Apr 2009–Mar 2017
Details of the business expenses of the FSA's Directors, its Chair and Board members.
Apr 2016–Mar 2017
Listings of the cost centres, structure and account codes available for use.
Core Tables as required by FReM detailing the FSA’s Administration budget
May 2016–Jan 2017
Details of the Non-Current Assets held on the FSA’s Statement of Financial Position.
Aug 2015–Jul 2016
The FSA has two pay scales – one for staff based in London and a national scale for all other staff.
Jan 2014–Dec 2016
Quarterly summaries of FSA expenditure approvals for ICT, advertising and marketing, recruitment, property and consultancy controls.
Jan 2016–Dec 2017
This data-set shows the daily average staff numbers by week entering the FSA London HQ at Aviation House.
Apr 2011–Mar 2016
A monthly-updated list of all FSA GPC (procurement card) spending over £500 as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.
Apr 2013–Mar 2015
Information on non-consolidated performance related (bonus) payments made to FSA Civil Service staff including Senior Civil Service (SCS).
FSA Net expenditure (excluding AME) £m and Staffing FTEs.
Apr 2012–Mar 2014
Expenditure on FSA research programmes under science and evidence.