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FCC - Food Control Consultants Ltd
Legal residence: United Kingdom
Contact person: Dr. Olafur Oddgeirsson
Address: 14/1 Comely Bank Street, Edinburgh EH4 1BD, UK
E-mail: olafur@food-control.com
Phone: +447713122333
Sectors: Rural Development, Education, Energy, Food Security, Health, Industry, Commerce & Services, Standards & Consumer Protection, Administration, Training, Border Management, Food Processing & Safety, Law, Information & Communication Technology, Laboratory & Measurement, Science & Innovation, Other, Fisheries & Aquaculture, Mechanical Engineering, Audit, Agriculture, Livestock (incl. animal/bird production & health), Risk Management (incl. insurance)
Funding agencies: ADB, AfDB, DFAT, CIDA, DANIDA, DFID, EBRD, European Commission, EIB, IFC, IADB, KFW, MCC, NDF, NZAID, SIDA, UNDP, USAID, WB, Other, ARDS, AFD, BADEA, BTC-CTB, CARIBANK, GIZ, Goverment Notices, ISDB, Lux-Development, MFA - Finland, NADB, NORAD, OSCE, OAS, UNOPS, USTDA, US Department of State
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About us

The company Food Control Consultants Ltd (The FCC Group) represents a group of experts providing advice on veterinary public health and animal health issues for the food industry (e.g. slaughterhouses, meat processing plants, dairy plants, fish processing, milk processing) and competent authorities responsible for food supervision. The company has furthermore compet ences in the field of veterinary border controls, animal welfare, feedingstuffs and veterinary medicinal products.

We are able to provide provides assessment on conformity with EU rules (e.g. Regulations 852/2004/EC, 853/2004/EC and 854/2004/EC,) and other relevant regulation in the veterinary public health field and advice on general hygiene issues and food safety, including GMP, SSOP, HACCP and other internal control issues for clients both within the Member States and in Third Countries exporting to the EU market. Information and lectures on the new "hygiene package" Regulations and food safety in general.