COVID 19: We are temporarily waiving the ‘paid for advice fees’ for food businesses at this uncertain time. If you are:
- Changing the way you provide food
- Changing what food you provide
- Offering takeaways for the first time
- Commencing deliveries
- Offering new online ordering services
- Offering food to the elderly or vulnerable, or
- Providing cook-chill style meals for the first time
We can support you by helping to ensure that these new foods are made safely and described correctly.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for allergens, standards and labelling queries, and email@example.com for food hygiene and safety matters.
Newport City Council’s trading standards team provides information and advice to businesses in Newport to help them comply with the law.
Newport City Council offers advice on food safety, health and safety at work, pollution and licensing regulations.
Working in partnership with Natural Resources Wales the tyre tagging scheme aims to help drive down fly-tipping in Newport.
Garages that sign up to the scheme will be asked to mark their tyres with a unique reference code so that if these tyres are dumped, they can be traced back to the company/individual who collected them.
The trading standards team works with partner organisations to reduce the supply of age-restricted products such as alcohol, tobacco, solvents and fireworks to underage people.
Regular test purchasing operations are conducted to single out retailers who sell to underage people with the prospect of court action.
If you have information please contact Newport City Council and ask for the trading standards team.
The Trading Standards Institute has business information leaflets.
The Gov.UK business pages provide practical help and advice for businesses, including Fair Trading information.
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